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I would, without a doubt, purchase a replacement when needed. The price is decent and it was a great starter for me that I still enjoy to this day.
This item will never be good for the size queens. However, for people looking for something slim (but not too slim!), this is a fantastic toy. It's a good material, a good enough length, and is comfortable!
Overall this is a nice toy with a very nice shape. Very easy to hit sensitive areas during anal or vaginal penetration with this toy. Good color as well.
This is an amazing toy and in the time that I have had it, it has not failed me yet.
This didn't thrill me either anally or vaginally. It was ok, but it didn't do anything for me that makes me love it. I can't actually logically come up for a reason for a more experienced toy user to have this, but it is a fantastic toy for beginners. It is unintimidating and great quality.
This simple looking toy has a lot to offer, and will stand out from its competition with its average size, glossy surface, and firmer shaft. The sensation was similar to the one I get from a smooth shaft made of glass, except for the cold sensation at first. If you are looking for a smaller, smooth dildo, make sure to add it to your Compare list.
Be it a dildo for anal intermediates or a slender vaginal toy, the Slim will find its home with just about anyone. The harness compatible base, body-safe material and size are a perfect design for more active play. This entirely untextured, flexible shaft is simple and comfortable and will surely delight. It is so absolutely versatile, you can not go wrong!
The Slim by Doc Johnson is a thin, non-textured dildo that can be used in a variety of ways. The toy can be used vaginally or anally because it has a flared base and it is also harness compatible. I did not think that I'd enjoy this dildo because of the lack of girth and texture but I was surprised to find out that it works amazingly for hard thrusting. The Slim confirms that it really isn't the size of the boat but instead the motion of the ocean that matters.