Candy Coated Glass Eye CandyThis toy is great for adding some variety to your toy box. Also, the cute colors and design make it look great with that school girl uniform hiding in the back of your closet. If you like texture, you'll love the Rainbow Heart dildo. This toy gets quite a bit of use around here, but I have to be in the mood for it. In general, it's awesome for the occasional playtime, but probably won't be your everyday favorite.
However, if you're a glass veteran and want something to add some variety and texture to collection, this is definitely a fun piece to buy. The heart-shaped handle makes it safe for both vaginal and anal use; it also provides a convenient grip for those of us with various joint issues in fingers and hands.
Although I don't usually need much lube with glass toys, the texture of this one makes me reach for the lube when I first insert it. Otherwise, the bumps add quite a bit of friction until my body gets used to it. Also, there's no curve to this toy, so it doesn't do much for g-spot stimulation. The texture is so intense, however, that I don't really notice the lack when I'm playing with this dildo.
When using it myself, I was surprised at how useful the heart-shaped handle was. It makes the toy easy to hold and maneuver, regardless of how slippery your hands might be.
It comes with a red, velvety bag for storage, but the bag isn't very padded. So, while it would work fine for storing it in the toy drawer, I'd probably wrap it in bubble wrap or something if I was travelling with it.
Since this is a glass dildo, any kind of lube will work with it.
Ripping off the paper revealed a red pouch with something hard inside, but no padding to speak of. I was actually worried about whether the toy would be ok--
And then, I breathed a sigh of relief when I removed the bubble-wrap covered dildo from the pouch--
So, yeah...what packaging? There's no instructions, no cardboard, no box...just a dildo, some bubble-wrap, and a pouch. My kids got the bubble-wrap, the recycle bin got the brown paper, and the rest is in the drawer where it belongs.