The Big BoyThis baby was just a bad match for me from the start like most of my internet dates seem to be. I don't want my toys to weigh more than the average Sunday night dinner roast, and I don't need to try to integrate my work out into my sex life. When I pick this sucker up, I look at it and think "Damn, that's pretty. But it's so big, it's daunting. I'd hate to meet the man that was attached to that in a dark alley some night."
The Doc Johnson hung is a very big boy, and it is very heavy. I've been recovering from some minor injuries due to a slip and fall, and my wrist took some of the damage. This Big Boy weighs about as much as your average Thanksgiving turkey and is far too heavy to take up valuable space in my favorites drawer by the bedside. At a full twelve and a half inches long, it's a little too big for my liking as well.
This series of toys is made to act as an "accessory" to others; one can strap it on, if one desires, or insert a bullet for vibration. Unfortunately, my bullet was not quite strong enough to add anything to this baby, and I do not own the one meant to go with this unit. It is way too weighty for me to imagine strapping it on. Were I looking for something that was a combination shake weight and sex toy, I might find some use for this big baby.
This toy may be good for those who like heft, but I'm afraid it was a little too hung for my personal tastes. It could make for a very interesting bracelet stand though.
I do like the smooth texture and gel-like feel and might really enjoy this in one of the smaller sizes. I did not notice the plasticy smell that is often associated with toys of similar materials.
Its size makes it difficult to discreetly tuck away. I recommend stashing it in a shoebox under the bed rather than trying to cram it into an already-crowded drawer. You can mount it on a pole and use it to store bracelets between outings.