Ridin' the Wave...'Wave' is a curvy come hither that will have you coming in no time. Smooth, beautiful, and uncomplicated, this slender beauty is mesmerizing.
Also, glass is wonderful at different temperatures - cold or hot, it adapts quickly. Temperature play is quite fun, especially if one of you is blindfolded...
It is hard glass, and quite long, which calls for gentle self-exploration the first time around - it hits the cervix easily, which can hurt. When I began to play with it, the first thirty seconds or so were punctuated with tiny ouches, as I found the edges of its range & discovered the best angles for my own pleasure. I would recommend using this on your own before you use it with a partner.
As far as harness-play goes, the base is too small to stay in most O-rings, and the weight of the toy could make it hard to maneuver.
I have yet to try this toy anally, but I am very excited to do so! The base is flared just enough to make this toy safe for anal, and the length and texture (as well as the pronounced head) are very promising. Check back for the follow-up review!
Otherwise, as you may expect, it is rock-hard, has a nice heft, and is both tasteless and odorless. As I mentioned earlier, such a solid toy means you have to be gentle with your delicate insides, but even first-time users like my lover (who was hesitant to use glass, as she imagined its rigidity would hurt) can quickly learn to maneuver it in very pleasant (and often orgasmic) ways.
It's long, at 7.5", so it can reach depths other dildos don't approach. It's also long enough that, at shallower depths, it provides a useful handle.
Its shaft is fairly thin, at 3.3" circumference, 1" diameter. This was actually very pleasant! I was surprised, as I tend to like larger girths, but the shaft tickled my insides and had them grasping for contact. This made my vagina start to contract more quickly, and led to a surprise orgasm!
The head definitely helped with this, as it is much more pronounced - 4.3" around, 1.3" across. The head itself feels just delightful, and the change in width makes a strong statement.
Lastly... it's just so pretty! When you turn it, the ripples wash over each other and seem to shimmer - like a psychedelic animation, or lights reflected off water.
The drawstring pouch that comes with this toy is useful, though more on the tacky side of cute. The faux-suede (polyester) outside is a bright purple, with a soft shine. The inner lining is a shiny pink satin (also polyester), and the drawstrings are soft, black rope twists. There isn't much padding, but the lining would likely be sufficient to dull any potentially fatal falls or blows.
To address the oft-repeated "but what if it chips?" fear - it won't. If you keep it in its bag, or really anywhere it won't fall, you'll be fine. Even if you drop it on a hard floor or object, Pyrex is a dense enough glass that it would break into large pieces - not into slivers or chips that would go somehow stealth until you painfully discover them. Not to worry!