Accommodator - dildo harness by Cal Exotics - review by - Kira -

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That Feels Good...Wait..OW!

I've never liked oral sex. My husband likes to give oral sex. A problem, you see. Perhaps one that this toy could solve. It turns out that the material of this toy caused more harm than good. Within minutes, I was on fire internally. Even if that wouldn't have been the case, it reeks to high heaven, looks silly on, and pulls the hair when put on or taken off. It did improve the oral experience slightly when used, but not nearly enough to make up for the downfalls of the toy.
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Pros:
Can improve oral
Hands free stimulation
Will fit most people
Cons:
Very smelly
Material may hurt sensitive users
Straps can be hard to get on and off
Rating by reviewer:
2
extremely useful review

Use

The Accommodator is Cal Exotic's chin harness. It has two straps that wrap around the head which make the dildo then fall at the chin. It can then be used to provide penetration while performing oral sex. It makes it a completely hands free activity, allowing your partner to caress your body while simultaneously managing to provide external and internal stimulation.

This is a beginner level harness. It isn't too big in size or made of super pricey or high quality materials. It's a good introduction to see if a chin harness is something you might like.

Material

The Accommodator is made of latex. Latex is a four on the safety scale as it is highly porous. If you are concerned about safety and longevity of the toy, it is recommended that you use a condom with each use.

The first thing I noticed about the material was the smell. It smells like doctor's gloves. Very strongly, I might add. When taken out of the box, it will knock you back. I do not need to hold this to my nose to smell it. After a few washes, the smell has remained strong. Since this will be near the nose of whoever is wearing the harness, this can be a major drawback.

If you've ever put on a pair of latex gloves, you'll know the feeling of this material. It has a ton of drag to it. If I run my hand down it, my hand sticks to the material and doesn't not want to glide down the shaft. The material wrapped loosely around the inner shaft. This means that I can get the latex exterior to bunch up when I run my hands across it. When it bunches, it is hard to get back in place.

The dildo is smooth. The head is shaped in a life like fashion. There is a ridge at about an inch from the bottom of the dildo. I'm not sure why this is. It looks like there is some type of connector or something. I couldn't really feel the head or the ridge during use.





The inner core is somewhat firm but with a fair amount of give. I can squeeze it in and get it to indent but it will push back against me. When used, it feels more firm than squishy. I cannot bend it forward or backward more than a few centimeters.

Design / Craftsmanship

The harness has two straps on it. One goes around near the nape of the neck and the other goes around right above the ears. The straps are made of the same latex material that the dildo is made of.



While you cannot adjust these, they will stretch a good bit. I can get the larger strap to extend to almost a foot and a half long. I'm thinking this will fit around most people. The larger the head of the user, the tighter the fit will be and thus the more uncomfortable.

The problem with stretchy straps as opposed to actual adjustable ones is that they can be painful to get on and take off. The latex material will pull at your hair. My husband says it was like putting a glove on his head. He had a hard time getting this on. When I watched him put it on, I could see it pull at his hair as he adjusted it. If it actually manages to rip some out, well, that could be a bit of a mood killer.

Essentially, I would say the quality on this is pretty low. It's just a stretchy material and that's it. It's nothing fancy. It's also not overly expensive, so you're getting what you pay for in this instance.

Size / Fit

The dildo measures, at my measurement, 5 inches long. The product page lists 4.5 inches long. The diameter at the widest point is 1.5 inches. Near the head it is 1 inch.



Here you can see it in my hand for size reference:



The straps are 4.75 inches long for the short strap and 6.5 inches long for the long one. The width is 1 1/9 inch. Keep in mind that this has a lot of stretch to it.



I generally use smaller toys. My diameter limit is exactly what this dildo measures - 1.5 inches. I think 1.5 inches is a good size for beginners as well. It's also good for advanced users that like smaller to medium sized toys. Those who like a lot of girth will probably be left unsatisfied.

The length of this was okay. What could potentially pose a problem, and did for me at times, is if the length of this is too long for you. Again, I generally use smaller toys. When this is used, in order for your partner to be able to reach you with his or her tongue, the whole dildo will need to be inserted. You can't just insert up until you're comfortable and stop. I found that at times this went a little too deep and my husband kept having to pull away from me which then would also stop him from being able to perform oral. So if you think you can't take in the entire length, this won't work.

Performance

Okay, first thing first. This toy looks hilarious when it is on. It is really difficult to be sexually aroused seeing your partner will a dildo on their chin. When my husband finally got this on, we both ended up laughing for a good ten minutes over it before we could use it. My husband says he's going to use it as his Halloween costume next year. That, or just randomly start showing up places with it on and act like nothing is going on to see what people do.

Aside from the hilarity of the toy, there are two sides to this. There is the side of the person wearing the toy and the side of the person the toy is being used on. Since this was used on me, I have the most info on that. I will share what my husband imparted on me, however. He said this was difficult to get on. Had he not told me that, I still would have known from watching him struggle with it. He had to pull out the box to see how it was supposed to go. He also didn't like how it hit his ears, but he has issues with things touching his ears. He said the smells was off-putting, but that it wasn't uncomfortable to wear.

On my side, let me begin by saying that I don't generally like oral. In fact, the whole reason I decided to accept this was because my husband enjoys giving oral but I never let him. I found that while this didn't manage to make me suddenly love it, it did make it more enjoyable for me. While we have used dildos with oral before, this did feel somewhat different because of the angle he was able to perform oral. He was able to stay straight on my clit whereas normally to insert something would mean he would have to tilt to the side. However, the length did cause issues where it would hurt me every so often and he would have to stop entirely because by pulling back the dildo he could not reach me anymore.

Care and Maintenance

Because the entire toy is made of latex, you can simply wash everything off with toy cleaner or soap and water. As mentioned, for longevity and safety, it is recommended that you use a condom with this toy as it is highly porous material.

You can use water and silicone lubes with this toy.

This toy comes with a box that you could use for storage. It's a decent size, but is not discreet at all. You could also store this in a drawer or pouch.

Packaging

The packaging on this is pretty funny. It says "The Accommodator Latex Dong" on the front with a gigantic picture of a mannequin looking head wearing the harness. The harness just looks funny no matter who wears it, I suppose. There is also a picture on the side and back. You just can't get away from it! The back has a little blurb about the toy.







It's not even slightly discreet. I mean, look at it. Seriously. I like to keep thing in original packaging when possible so I know what's what. I'm so embarrassed to have this. It's also kinda funny though, so I'm a little torn about it.

Personal comments

I haven't gone into what I really hate about this yet, but I will in the experience section. Basically, my final word on this is that due to the low material quality I really hesitate to recommend this. The material doesn't feel all the great, so even if the safety weren't an issue, there's the bunching up problem and the atrocious smell. There's also the fact that looking at your partner with this on is probably not a turn on for anyone.

However, if you can get past these things, this may well be a good investment. It is a pretty neat little toy and while I was able to use it was pretty fun.

Experience

I had never had a latex toy before this one. Generally, I buy silicone toys. When I saw this was latex, I hesitated for a minute. I'm very sensitive and wasn't sure how I would react. I don't have a latex allergy (I have been to an allergist, so I am sure of that), but I was still concerned. I decided to try this anyway in hopes of being able to allow my husband to perform oral on me.

We started to use this. I was pretty impressed that I wasn't completely bored within ten seconds, which is usually how I feel about oral sex. Like I mentioned, the fact that he kept having to pull back was annoying, as was the pain that made him have to pull back. Overall, I'd say this improved the experience but that I still wouldn't say I particularly liked it.

Then, within about ten minutes, I felt a light burning sensation. Seconds later, it got worse. And worse. And worse. Now, I used this with my Sliquid lube, so I know it wasn't the lube causing the problem. I use my Sliquid all the time with no issues. In fact, I use that lube specifically because it's the only one that doesn't make me burn. I made my husband stop and ran to the bathroom to wash off.

I have an awful memory. I forget what happened a day ago, so things that happened years ago are lost to me. When I felt that burning sensation, I recalled something. Back when I wasn't with my husband and was forced to used condoms with partners, I could never have sex for very long. Why? Because latex condoms made me burn. I had forgotten this little tidbit of information when I ordered this. Would have been good to remember.

So I'm giving this a two. It did somewhat improve oral for the short period of time I was able to use it. The smell and awful burning mean I can't give it any higher than that. If there would have been no improvement in oral at all, this would have been a one.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • Philia
    Philia  
    I confess to looking up this review b/c I like your reviews, but I pretty much knew I'd be giving this product a pass. I might be able to get past the 10 minutes of laughing -- but with "novelty item"-type sex toys, I always have this unconscious underlying paranoia that whoever made them doesn't *actually* intend for them to be used and is just laughing at me. And then you got to the burning part. Yikes!

    I think that latex allergies or "sensitivities" are really, really common and an underlying factor in a lot of chronic female problems, like recurring yeast infections or UTIs. I remember in the 90s when most condoms also had nonoxynol-9 (pretty sure some still do). That was a total double-whammy.

    Thinking about it now makes me shudder. It's like:
    (1) Take a draggy material that your skin really doesn't like.
    (2) Now coat that draggy material with a detergent that kills HIV -- by virtue of being really harsh (hello?!)
    (3) Now lay it flush against your skin -- but not just regular skin! -- some really sensitive, mucous membrane-y skin.
    (4) Now apply some pressure and rub it really hard, back and forth, over and over again.
    (5) Repeat steps 1-4 a couple of hours later and/or the next day, indefinitely.
    Ugh.

    And of course most doctors didn't recognize that as a potential problem. Many have now figured out the nonoxynol-9 part, but very few recognize the latex part (I mean, after all, they wear them on their hands a lot with no problems, right?)
  • MistressDandelion
    MistressDandelion  
    Thanks a lot for the review, very detailled, very informative, nice job! It was good reading you.
  • libbyv
    libbyv  
    thanks for the warning
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