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Quivering With Anticipation (Or Is That Fear?)

I really wanted to love this toy, but I just can't. If you want to use the 10" Quivering Cock as a dildo only, and don't mind using a condom and being very prudent during cleanings, this product is for you. Failing that, it could probably be used as a substitute billyclub in self-defense!
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Pros:
Great for size-lovers, nice texture, delightful bulbous head
Cons:
Nasty smell, questionable safety claims, overheating battery compartment, not easy to clean
Rating by reviewer:
2
extremely useful review
Perhaps this is a testament to my own impatience with reading product specifications, but I was dumbstruck when I unwrapped the 10" Quivering Cock from Doc Johnson; I was just not prepared for the size! What I thought would be a long, girthy vibrator turned out to be a massive plaything and potential weapon.

It's not just the size that makes the 10" Quivering Cock a beast, it's the fact that it is a thin layer of rubber that is wrapped around a big hard plastic vibrator. While the head is squishy, once you reach the shaft, the hidden vibrator all but negates the pliable nature of the rubber.

The realistic, bulbous head feels delicious upon insertion. It is solid, but has enough give to feel comfortable, and the rubber glides pretty well with enough (silicone or water-based) lube. The veining texture is also a nice touch, it's very noticeable while inside.

Since rubber is a porous material, you don't want to be sharing this toy without a condom. You also want to make sure to clean it as thoroughly as possible, as it holds on to dirt and smells.

Speaking of smells, the scent of this product right through the clear plastic clamshell package nearly drove me up the walls. I know that I am sensitive to scents, but I believe this will be enough to turn off most people. It doesn't just smell like rubber; it's as if they added some perfuming to mask the smell of rubber, resulting in what I can only describe as a mixture of musty PVC boots and artificial fruit gels. Not very pleasant, to say the least. I have washed it many times, and this smell simply refuses to fade. What's funny about this is that on the packaging, it claims that it's "odorless"!

The packaging is pretty standard; a clear plastic clamshell containing a single sheet which contains a simple design and some very basic information about the Quivering Cock, such as length and material (which is Sil-a-Gel, said to be phthalate-free) and the line "One Size Fits Most!" which made me giggle when I first saw it.

Some of the claims on the packaging give me pause; it's claimed that it is odorless (untrue) and anti-bacterial (likely untrue) so I have to wonder if the other claims (non-toxic, latex-free, and cadmium-free) are valid either.

The 10" Quivering Cock requires two C batteries (not included) to vibrate. There is no guide to tell you how to put them in, but it's fairly obvious. The dial base allows you to enjoy mild to stronger vibrations. I found the highest setting, though incredibly loud, was not very strong. The batteries inside the hard plastic vibrator shaft shake and create a lot of noise while in use. This ensures that the Quivering Cock is in no way, shape, or form a discreet toy!

After getting past the intimidating size, off-putting smell, and marketing woes, I gave it a fair shot at my vagina. I was able to enjoy myself! The vibrations against my clitoris felt very nice, and the head feels delightful being thrust in and out. The fun lasted for about five minutes until I felt the dial end (where I was holding it) begin to overheat. I threw off the bed covers to see if that would make a difference, but it didn't. I also tried turning on a fan for some reason, but of course that made no difference. Within ten to fifteen minutes, the end was too warm for me to comfortably hold and I felt I should turn it off to be safe.

And this is when my mood turned and I just didn't feel like playing with it anymore. I suppose this toy would work well as a dildo, I did try it for a minute or two before turning on the vibrations and it felt nice.

After it cooled, I removed the batteries, replaced the cap, and washed it again. I noticed this time that the rubber surrounding the vibrator easily lifts away, making it very easy for water (and other matter!) to sneak in between the layers. Use caution when cleaning, as this can cause any water or other fluids to get caught here and cause a smell or even mold! Yikes!
Follow-up commentary
The Quivering Cock still smells really awful after repeated washings and airings. It still heats up and is a total turn-off.
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  • P'Gell
    P'Gell  
    Excellent review! Although the size sounds wonderful the rest of it would be less than my idea of an ideal toy.

    Sorry about the Sil-A-Gel. It's one of my least favorite smells in the world, "Artificial Strawberry Shower Curtain" is how My Man and I think it smells.
  • SoSexxxay
    SoSexxxay  
    Thanks

    Shower curtain.. Why didn't I think of that?! That's it exactly!
  • Airen Wolf
    Airen Wolf  
    I'm sorry but I don't like my intimate parts smelling like a shower curtain! Great review, a pleasure to edit!
  • SoSexxxay
    SoSexxxay  
    Thanks so much
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    zandria  
    Great review!
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    skunked  
    Thank you for such an honest review
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