Pixie, but not Petite.I think this is a good toy to buy if one wants to step away from beginner level toys, but doesn't want the commitment involved in a silicone toy price tag. $12 beats $20-$30 by far. Plus, it's adorable for those that like whimsy like myself.
not able to be sterilized
The Pixie Curve is a whimsically designed butt plug. Its cuteness doesn't take away from its functionality, thankfully. Unlike some other cute anal toys, this plug has a wide base so you don't have to choose between form and function. This toy isn't appropriate for beginners who want a toy that takes little to no work. I wouldn't say it's advanced... but it's a decent size. It's also solid enough to be fairly easy to manipulate, unlike some anal toys I have seen.
The Pixie Curve is made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC.) I didn't really notice much of a smell when I removed it from the packaging, which is always a plus. PVC only has a safety rating of 2 because it is porous, but also is waterproof, low maintenance, and doesn't wear out too easily. The curve is soft and has give, but is solid enough to not be too difficult to insert. It is a super cute pink, and is somewhat transparent. I put it next to two of my other plugs to give you a frame of reference, and will give its dimensions shortly.
I love the design and shape of this toy; it's super cute which is rare for anal toys. The Pixie Curve may be named after diminutive fey, but it doesn't share their small stature. Its total length is 3.75," with an insertable length of 4.25." That's about average for most butt plugs. Where it deviates from a beginner's toy is its circumference (5.5") and its diameter (1.75.") The diameter of the neck is a bit under an inch, and then it flares back out to the width of the toy making it safe for insertion. This isn't a toy you have to worry about losing and then explaining to the ER doctor why you have a cute pink butt plug that needs to be removed. That would be awkward.
It's still a bit too big for me to fully insert, but that's not something you judge the toy for. I got it because it was bigger than what I currently own, as far as anal toys, and it's something to work up to. It has a suction cup base that stuck to my bathroom sink counter when I tested it while cleaning the toy, but I can comment on the functionality of the suction cup past that. There is a tiny seam running along the toy, but it isn't super noticeable or painful like seams can be. Overall, I really don't have any complaints as far as performance goes.
PVC is fairly low maintenance. You can clean it with antibacterial soap or basic toy cleaner. Keep in mind that it's porous and can't be sterilized, so it shouldn't be shared without a condom over it. You can use water-based or silicone lube on the Pixie without worrying about damaging it. As far as storage goes, it's pretty low maintenance. I tend to coat mine in corn starch to prevent stickiness before putting it in the tote box I keep all my toys in. PVC is very durable, so it's not one you have to keep in its own special light-free, not-too-warm bubble of solitude.
Nothing special to say about the packaging. It's a plastic clam shell type deal with a paper insert. There aren't any instructions, but seeing as butt plugs are typically pretty straightforward, that's not a bad thing. The box could be used for storage if one is so inclined.
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