Green With EnvyThis gorgeous dual-use dildo will satisfy in either orifice, leaving the other green with envy. The delightful texture is pleasing yet comfortable, and glass can be sterilized for safety.
Used anally, the standard safety rules apply. Adequate lubrication and respect for the firm material are required. It's also important to either use a condom, or sterilize a toy before switching between orifices or partners. The handle is quite adequate for safe anal play, and the toy is ideal for gentle thrusting. It will not stay put during vaginal sex, however, so don't expect the Emerald Explorer to replace your favorite butt plug.
The firmness of glass demands respect, but Pyrex glass will not shatter if broken. Should a tragic accident befall the Emerald Explorer, it will break into chunks, rather than dangerous shards. Always inspect glass toys for chips or cracks before playtime, but it'll take more force than your body is capable of exerting to fracture this glass.
The five bubbles that make up the body of the Emerald Explorer vary in size in an extremely gradual way, and its modest size makes it suitable for any user willing to exercise appropriate caution. Remember, if something hurts, that means stop. Always take the time to ensure that you're using plenty of lube, and go slowly enough to let your body adjust.
At it's largest point, the Emerald Explorer measures less than an inch and a half in diameter.
It's easier to feel the gradual increase in size, from one bubble to the next, when using the Emerald Explorer anally. The handle makes for worry-free anal play, and the size makes for a surprisingly easy experience. Gentle thrusting feels fantastic.
Used as a butt plug during vaginal stimulation, the Emerald Explorer gets jealous over not being the center of attention, and leaves suddenly. Green is the color of envy, after all.
All lubricants are safe for glass toys.
Storing the Emerald Explorer is simple, thanks to the included velvet pouch. Place it where it won't bang into other hard toys, or have anything heavy dropped on it. If it's going to share quarters with your Pure Wand, though, you might want to invest in a padded bag.
I'm torn as to whether this new packaging is an improvement, or a step down, since that really depends upon the storage situation for the buyer, but I will say that the pouch, while less padded, is very attractive. The other thing I like about the new bags is that it's easier to tell the individual glass toys apart without opening the bags, since the shape and texture can be felt through the thinner material.
My Emerald Explorer remains in its original pristine condition, and I hope to own it for many years to come. I still recommend this toy.
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