Metal Worx Luv plug
The Luv plug Worx for me
After only a short time, I am loving the Luv plug. It is one of my favorite toys. I primarily like anal toys that stimulate the prostate and the luv plug does just that. It gives me what the pure plug did not. The only nit pick I can make is that it's not stainless steel, but for the price and what you get, It's a non issue. If you are on the fence, just get one!
Steel, temperature play, hits P spot (G-spot), heavy, smooth finish, value for price
Not stainless steel
Published:November 21, 2012
You Make my Ass Pucker!
The Metal Worx Luv Plug is really something to lust after. It is the first/only rigid anal plug I own, and I enjoy warming this one up and putting it to good use. With it being nonporous, temperature play ready and a hefty but not overbearing weight, you can't go wrong.
Nonporous, weight (for some), temperature play, ergonomic
Weight (for some), cold!
Published:November 03, 2012
Shh, Don't Tell Any One...
Don't tell, I like to put this thing where the sun doesn't shine. I love the way the metal feels in my bum. It's coolness adds a whole element. I would still consider myself a beginner, I don't know when I will be more advanced. But this works great for a beginner. It is easy to insert and wasn't painful or over whelming at all.
Easy to care for
Published:September 27, 2012
Do You Want To Luv Or Do you Want To Have Pfun? Part 1
The Metal Worx Luv plug is an affordable quality plug. It's made of high quality polished steel that will require more care to ensure the finish stays nice. It has nice weight to it. It can be used for temperature play. The handle is a little thick, but it has this pretty gem on it. Overall, this is a great plug and worthy of four stars.
Good price, storage box, good quality, pretty, weight, and comfortable.
Handle, finish, higher maintenance, size or weight (for some.)
Published:August 16, 2012
Who would've known that you'd find love down this dark alley?
For beginners and intermediate anal toy players alike! This toy is simply amazing for its smooth curves, ease of play, simple cleaning, and ready to play with whenever. For the kinky electro-players, conductive sex with this toy couldn't be more fun. Heavy, but not too heavy. Great to play with the sensory system (cold and hot). I love this toy. I would recommend it to anyone who wanted to start out with Anal Toys.
Weighted, steel, nickel-free, easy to clean, smooth, conductive
Always cold, but that isn't something that bothers me.
Published:February 27, 2012
Definitely a different sensation. Worth a try!
I think that this toy was worth it based on price, material, and shape. Consider it to augment rather than replace your steel plugs.
Material is excellent, shape was perfect for me.
Shape and weight cause it to want to fall out while moving around.
Published:November 21, 2011
All You Need Is Luv
The Metal Worx Luv Plug is a good option for anyone seeking out a steel buttplug. Its shape and contours make it well adapted for long term wear. A lovely rhinestone adorns the handle, making it fashionable and stimulating. The toy comes with a high quality storage case suitable for storing a few more toys along with the Luv Plug.
A lovely steel plug that is designed to work with the bodies contours and stay put.
It's not made of stainless steel.
Published:November 19, 2011
The Luv Plug is a nice metal plug that is small enough for beginning anal players but still pleasurable for experienced users. It retains cold and warm temperatures very well and comes with a nice storage box. And if all that wasn't enough, the price is great too!
Non-porous, retains temperatures well, stays put, cool storage box.
Published:November 01, 2011
Everyone needs a little Luv
This is a wonderful anal plug, one of the best I have come to use. Smooth, slick, and just the right size. Once used you will want to use over and over again. Awesome little toy!!
Comfortable to wear, moves nicely with you and conforms to your body.
Thick handle. Long time wear the it can be felt and makes it slightly uncomfortable after a time.
Published:October 25, 2011