Rubber whip flogger - flogging toy by Sportsheets - review by Carrie Ann

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Rubber Spaghetti

This flogger is a staple in our toybox and has something for beginners to experts. It's easy to use, very durable and produces such a range of sensations it's sure to please whether you're looking for sensual teasing or something a bit more on the pain side.
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Pros:
Various sensations, affordable, easy to use.
Cons:
Slight rubber smell may be off putting to some.
Rating by reviewer:
5
useful review
We have a lot - a LOT - of floggers in our toybox. Everything from suede to elk to kangaroo to bunny to leather with metal rings on the ends of the tails to chain mail. Even with all that variety we still use our rubber flogger quite frequently.

It's a nice, basic, sturdy design. The thin, stretchy rubber tails run all the way thru the clear handle - they remind me of spaghetti for some odd reason - which is topped and bottomed with black wooden balls. It's a simple look, simply designed but amazingly durable and effective, as well.

The handle is easy to grip and doesn't slip out of the hand when in use. The tails are very thin, very stretchy and amazingly soft.

The flogger itself can give a wide range of sensations from sensual to outright painful, especially in the hands of someone experienced in the multiple ways to throw a flogger. Even a beginner, however, should be able to get a sensual tickling, a mild whap and a slightly stingy stroke out of this flogger. Mostly, to me, it feels thuddy. The tails stay together in a mass when they hit, rather than spreading out, so that they all contact flesh at once, creating a thud rather than a sting. A big bonus is that it's virtually impossible to actually severely hurt someone with this piece. Even the unskilled aren't going to damage anyone, even if they're hitting their hardest. The rubber is thin and soft and isn't going to cut the skin - though it may leave bruises if you hit hard enough and will certainly redden the flesh.

We've had one of these for years and years and years and years. They occasionally wear out and we immediately buy a new one because they're just that versatile. We've never had a handle break or the tails break. The only real wear comes from the rubber drying out over the years. (Though we've had our current one for well over three years) There are products on the market to condition rubber but we really haven't had any luck with them on this kind of flogger. We also clean ours with a bleach and water solution so I'm sure that contributes to the drying out of the rubber. (*note: you don't have to use bleach and water. If you're not using on broken skin or areas with bodily fluids a wipe down with a damp cloth on occasion should be just fine. We often use the flogger on broken skin so it comes into contact with blood so we use the bleach solution)

These floggers do have a slight rubber smell to them when they're new but it rapidly fades.

I'd like to note that beginners should probably practice a bit before striking an actual person with any flogger or whip. While it's nearly impossible to do real damage with this simple flogger you don't want to put out an eye or be whipping areas you didn't intend to hit. Also, avoid the kidney area whenever you're using an implement like this, just to be safe.

This is one of our favorite toys because of it's simplicity and varied sensations. We've given numerous sportsheets rubber floggers as gifts!
Follow-up commentary
Someone noted in a comment that their rubber tails tend to tangle up. I haven't noticed this overly much with our floggers - though Taylor says it does, indeed, happen - but I wanted to suggest an easy fix for that.

Hair ties.

Soft ones work best but any will do the trick. Just wrap two or three at intervals down the gathered tails and, voila! - no tangles!
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  • Victoria
    I actually have the pink one of these, it's been in my box for at least 5 years. It gets a little tangled at times but I agree that it's a good all around flogger. I've cleaned mine with liquid antibacterial soap and water though.
  • Carrie Ann
    Yup, that's what I'd use, too, if we didn't occasionally get blood on it. Anything that gets bloody pretty much gets a 10% bleach solution or put in the box of stuff that absolutely doesn't get shared
  • Betty Rocket
    I second the tangled thing....pain in the butt

    HOWEVER

    This is a very versatile whip, and your review hit the nail on the head!!

    (thank you for using the word "throw"....)
  • Carrie Ann
    Thank you. Smile

    We actually don't have much issue with ours tangling. Then again, The Main Man is pretty fanatical about how he puts them away.
  • ~LaUr3n~
    Your review made me very curious about these types of floggers. Well done!
  • Airen Wolf
    Must try one of these! Nice review.
  • Allstars316
    Great review!
  • Bullfroggy and Rose
    thanks for the review
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