The most basic of basicThis toy is great, in that it's one of the few inexpensive, non-phallic, body-safe options out there. However, it just doesn't make the grade, due to it not being firm enough.
simple, good quality, non-phallic
too small, too thin, not firm enough
It's tough to maintain a grip on this with just your hand, due to the shape of the base. The broad, circular base of this toy makes it most easily used with a harness. It's ideal for harness play, especially for couples who are interested in using a dildo, but not one that looks exactly like a real penis. The toy is also safe for anal play, due to the wide base.
The toy is pure silicone and doesn't have a smell at all, which is a plus. As with all silicone toys, it can be sort of sticky, so make sure you use plenty of lube. I felt that the thinness of the toy, combined with the softness of the silicone, made it too wobbly to really get much sensation out of it. It's in the name - it's a VERY thin dildo. It might be good for those who are new to dildos but, frankly, I found it pretty disappointing. Also, while the shape is very smooth it appears to have a slight bend, so I thought it might be good for G-spot stimulation, but no dice. As I previously mentioned, it just didn't have the stiffness that is needed.
The toy is not realistic and non-phallic, which may be a plus for some users. It's described as an exceptionally thin dildo so, as you can expect, it is on the small side. It has a slight bend upward, presumably for the G-spot, but it was too thin and insubstantial to be able to work that way for my partner and myself. I think it may be far too small for the average user.
It stays in the harness really well, which I can't say for every dildo I've tried. As with any silicone toy, I like the ease of cleaning it, as well as knowing that the silicone is safe for my body. However, it was just too bendy and not firm enough to really get much sensation from it. It just doesn't get the job done.
As a silicone toy, the Thinny Minnie is easy to take care of. It's safe to boil it, or you can pop it into the dishwasher. I used mine with a partner, and then just used soap and hot water to clean it. However, due to it being silicone, you obviously want to use a NON-silicone lubricant; a silicone-based lube will bond with the silicone of the toy and damage the surface. Store it in a cool, dry place, without too many other toys, because silicone toys can break or become deformed if pressure is kept on weak spots (like where the shaft meets the base) in storage.
The packaging consists of just the plastic clam-shell package. It's very basic and not very attractive.
I can't personally recommend this dildo. However, it may be a good fit (pardon the phrasing) for women who like toys on the smaller side.
My partner and I felt that it wasn't firm enough for either of us. Additionally, it was so wobbly that it kept slipping out.
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