Eddie From Rocky Horror Was Probably Bigger Than This...Warning: This toy is SMALL. I don't even know that I'd recommend it for beginner vaginal use it's so small. For anal, this could work well for a beginner but the Eddie still falls short in my opinion, no pun intended. It's made of pure silicone, so that's a plus for beginner anal users, therefore it can be boiled. If you want maybe a gag gift, I'd recommend it, but for other purposes other than a gag or a beginner anal toy, I wouldn't ask anyone to buy this.
No bad smells
No bad tastes
Being so small, it is fairly easy to hide, and can also come with you as a travel buddy. It can easily fit in a purse or suitcase and be hidden from prying eyes. This toy also features a suction cup for a better grip, or hands free play.
This particular silicone is relatively tacky, or sticky to the touch, and will pick up lint, dirt and hair easily. It is very much a lint magnet, and will draw such things to the material, but no worries, as this can easily be rinsed away for play time. This tiny toy is made to look semi-realistic, as it has a coronal ridge to make up the head, but unless you're extremely tight, you shouldn't feel the texture on this one. The shaft is smooth and on the uniball, there are some ridges. These ridges are meant for clitoral stimulation, but they're relatively mild as well.
The toy is firm, and only has a little bit of squish, but due to the size this shouldn't be a problem. Because of the silicone being tacky, users will want to use a good water based lubricant to make the surface silkier and less sticky. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced user, you can use this toy, but size queens/kings need not apply.
The coronal ridge of the the head
The textured ridges on the 'uniball'
The Beginner Anal Kit, Eddie, and The Vibrating Mistress
In My hand
I have a fairly large hand, but you can still see that this toy is rather small in size. If anyone owns the Mistress, or the Vibrating Mistress, you can see that this toy is much smaller in diameter. This is a VERY slim toy, which makes it perfect for the beginner.
This toy does have a suction cup base, and unless you're extremely vigorous or rough in play, the suction cup should suffice. As far as the toy being discreet it is not. If you were to leave this toy out in the open, someone would realize what it is, but it is easily hidden due to its size.
Remember that when putting this toy in boiling water or in the dishwasher it will retain some amount of heat, so you'll want to have a set of gloves or tongs to retrieve the toy once it is finished washing. Allow the surface area to cool, and if it's not fully air-dried, then you can simply pat it down with a cloth. Remember that silicone does collect lint, so you'll need to wash it before and after each use, regardless of where you are storing it. When storing your toy, use a Ziploc bag or the package you received it in, to keep it away from lint as much as possible. Store your toy in a cool, dry place, and keep it away from other materials in case of 'melting' or damage.
When choosing a lubricant to go with your toy, always reach for a water-based lubricant with silicone items. Other lubricants could cause the material to break down and degrade if the toy is not a higher quality silicone. If you want to use a silicone lubricant, do a test spot on the base of the toy and wait a few moments to see if there's any change to the toy itself. If there is, rinse immediately and stick to water-based lubricants.
As a side note, this toy has ridges, which you will want to take extra care to clean. You can achieve this by using a soft bristled brush (ex. a toothbrush you don't use) to get into the hard to reach areas. Boiling should take care of them, but just to be on the sanitary side, you may still want to rinse the toy again and use your brush to clean those areas.
Because there wasn't any packaging, you may want to store your toy in a Ziploc baggie to keep away stray dust and lint.
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