It's a Hat Trick for the Bum!If you're looking to take the plunge into anal play, these are the perfect introduction. They're safe and easy to use, while providing enough variety to be useful even once you've graduated to larger toys. More experienced users shouldn't scoff either, as these are great for use with glass or metal dildos, or during intercourse.
Between the wide flared base, the soft material, the modest size, and the tapered tip, these plugs are perfect for those just beginning to explore anal play, and the variety means everyone should find something useful in the set. They can be worn during intercourse, and due to the soft material, they're safe to use with glass or metal dildos as well.
Also, the base is a rather strong suction cup, which means your least favorite in play can become an amusingly inappropriate mirror decoration or towel hook in your bathroom.
These plugs have a light matte texture, which hangs onto lube well without creating much drag. You should never use any anal toy without lubrication, as your back door is not self lubricating and the friction could cause discomfort or even injury.
This particular silicone does hang onto odors, but if that's a concern, there are cleaning methods which will eliminate the problem.
These are perfect for beginners, while the versatility make them a good addition to anyone's collection. I found the pink one to work wonderfully when paired with a metal or glass toy vaginally.
While none of these plugs look realistic or even particularly phallic, anyone familiar with sex toys at all will recognize these plugs as such. For travel, TSA most certainly will know their intended use. Your more naive snoops can be told that these are coat hooks that won't damage the wall, like on that late night infomercial. Just remember to play down their effectiveness at that, lest your naive snoop seek to order their own.
While I found the plugs only mildly stimulating on their own, both the pink and the black plugs were fantastic when paired with glass and metal dildos that previously were denied the chance for use with a plug, as all of my other plugs are either metal, glass, or way too big for double penetration. Using hard materials in two orifices at once is a bad idea which could lead to bruising, but a plug makes it that much easier to angle a toy into the g-spot, so I snapped up this set to fill that void in my collection, and I'm glad I did.
They don't stay in place as well as my Pure Plug Medium, but that's hardly a fair comparison, given the extreme stability of that particular toy. None of these went flying across the room either, which can't be said for every plug on the market.
For longterm wear, they're not too uncomfortable to wear while sitting in a soft chair, but I don't think they'd be a top choice for wearing out of the house if I did that sort of thing. The width of the base is pretty noticeable when walking.
To remove unwanted smells, I find coating them in a paste made of baking soda for a couple of hours and then washing them does the trick. I'd caution against scrubbing toys too vigorously with baking soda, as you don't want to scratch up the surface. Just let it sit, and then rinse it away.
For storage, these pure silicone toys can share a bag without any chemical reaction, but they should not be exposed to silicone composites such as TPR, or any jelly toys. Those toys will break down the silicone and ruin the toys. Separator bags, even simple ziplock bags or discarded socks, keep toys safer and cleaner.
Silicone will pick up lint, so make sure you either rinse these before use, or wipe them with a toy cleaner before applying lube.