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If the B10 missile were made of silicone, I would have no issue recommending it to most advanced users. As it is made of Pvc, I feel that I can only recommend this to users who can stand the material and its strong smell. Unfortunately, the material makes a big enough difference to deter many users even though the design is really cool, and I love that the product is made in the United States.
Published:
Pros:
Made in the United States.
Cool design.
Antibacterial formula.
Cons:
Pvc (both smell and safety).
Too large for many.
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

Doc Johnson thought it would be funny and include the words "built for all types of action!" on the back of the product packaging for the American bombshell missile. I'm pretty sure that 90% or more of us will disagree that the size of the missile is compatible with the size of what we want in our "backyards." For those of you who do find this toy interesting for anal play, I can only stand back in awe.

The B10 missile is more of a heavy artillery kind of toy...like for nights where the lust and sexual frustration that has been pent up for a long time just bursts out. I would not think that many users would find this toy suitable for every day play, so this is a special occasion kind of toy. I will also say that this item is for advanced users!

As far as safety precautions are concerned, I find myself with a list of sorts. First and foremost, this material is not safe to be shared with other individuals because it cannot be sterilized. Sure, with other toys you might be able to put a condom on shared toys, but I think you're going to have issues with this one! Next, this toy is both very girthy and relatively long. It is also heavy! For these reasons, be careful to properly warm up before using this toy, use plenty of lubricant, and know when it's just not going to work. I like a challenge as much as the next user, but this will never go near my butt. Also, be careful with your cervix because of the weight and rigidity.

Though the American B10 is silent, I would not consider it a travel-friendly toy.
1. It's unlikely to be used several times over a weekend trip.
2. It's heavy.
3. It takes up a lot of space.
4. It's bound to capture the attention of anyone who spots it.
5. Do you really want to put this item on your missing luggage report?
6. I suggest never traveling on an airplane with something that you have to call a missile.
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Advanced users
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere

Material / Texture

My biggest complaint about the missile has got to be the material it is made out of. If it would've been made of silicone, I would've probably given this item a perfect 5 stars. As it is, I have to take off two stars for how awful the material is as well as how awful it smells.

The material for the B10 is Pvc or polyvinyl chloride. It is only a 2 out of 10 on the safety scale. It has a weird residue and a strong smell, neither of which really washes off well. Pvc can't be sterilized, but it is phthalates free. The reason why Pvc was most likely used for the missile is that it is very inexpensive. So, in order to recommend a different material, I would have to say that I was willing to pay more. This item is currently unpriced on Eden, so I'm not sure that I can say that. Still, I'd probably say use a better material, or I wouldn't choose this item again at all.

The B10 is shaped somewhat like a missile (or a tube of lipstick if you ask me), so there are ridges. The texture of the ridges does make a difference with a toy this large, but luckily the toy is basically smooth in order to keep users from being overwhelmed.
    • Porous
    • Strong odor

Design / Shape / Size

The packaging explains that this item stands 10 inches tall and has a 7 inch girth. The Eden product page gives this information:
Length:
8 3/4"
Insertable length:
7"
Circumference:
6 1/2"
Diameter:
2"
Weight:
2 lb

I did not measure this item for specifics because I think the product comparisons will suffice.
The base of the missile versus the bottom of a coffee cup:

A different angle of comparison for those two:

Compared to my hand (and arm):


The missile design itself is really unique, and it's what attracted me to this toy. The subtle texture of the ridges was definitely a smart choice. The single-point tip is supposed to make entry easier, and I believe it does. Here is a picture:


I also want to note that I really like this base. The toy and base are heavy enough for the toy to stay up (in case you're a fan of riding) with minimal effort. This is also a "Proudly Made in America" item, as the packaging states.



Performance

There is not really a way for this toy to perform incorrectly. It's a large toy meant to stretch a person to his/her limits, and it does exactly that. The material can have a little drag and become a little tacky-like, and that combined with the size makes a lot of lubricant a must. This design is really too heavy for a harness or suction cup, so that wasn't part of the design for this toy. Sometimes leaving out an option is the best option. I like that the material is firm (though not as firm as glass because that would just be dangerous). This aspect keeps the missile from flopping over. I have also had some toys that seem to develop a curve over time from use, and this item doesn't.
*Some people actually seem to enjoy the formed curve of other toys, but with this item, I don't think it would be very cool.

Care and Maintenance

The B10 can be cleaned with antibacterial soap and water or with toy cleaner. The material can get a bit tacky, so I wouldn't leave it out of the packaging. It will collect lint and/or hair. I store this item in its packaging currently, but that's mostly because I consider a gallon Ziploc bag to be a hilarious way to store this (or any) item. Eventually, I will have to figure something else out because there is just no room to store it this way long-term.
    • Difficult to store

Packaging

The packaging is a clear plastic blister packaging. It stays with the whole American bombshell theme, and I appreciate that there are no cliche half-naked women designs on it. However, it also takes up my entire side table. See picture here:


On the back of the packaging, there is a little bit of information. However, there are no instructions. In order to get warranty or product registration information, the buyer must visit Doc Johnson's website. The back of the packaging looks something like this:


    • Not discreet

Personal comments

Let me be brutally honest here and say that I did not look at the product dimensions before I asked for this item as a free assignment. I simply saw the design and the original product picture, and it looked really really cool. Also, EF has the habit of shipping even small items in large boxes. That being said, when I got the box, I suspected nothing. When I opened the box, it was like "I quit! That thing is NOT going anywhere in me." I think the size comparison pictures might make some of you feel that way as well. Still, it was something that I could work up to, and after the initial shock I decided to go ahead and do just that. So, if you aren't completely terrified by this item and do order it, I suggest you have different sized toys that allow you to work up to this size. Then again, maybe you're a size queen, and you aren't intimidated at all...much respect to those of you!
Follow-up commentary
After the first handful of uses, the smell of the material just got to be too much. That is the one and only issue that I absolutely can't get over with this item. I'd love to see it come out in silicone.
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  • married with children
    married with children  
    great review, thanks for sharing.
  • Beautiful-Disaster
    Beautiful-Disaster  
    Thanks for your review.
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    bayosgirl  
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  • TJtheMadHatter
    TJtheMadHatter  
    Thanks for the great review. I like the shape (it just looks fun), but I'm not a fan of the material either.
  • clockwork451
    clockwork451  
    Thanks for the review!
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    GONE!  
    Awesome review and pics!
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