Dynamic duo-dong jelly vibrator by Nasstoys - review by Antipova

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Dynamic duo-dong jelly vibrator

Double penetration vibrator by Nasstoys

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Worst. First. Toy. Ever.

This toy stunted my sexual exploration. I hated it so much after one use that I refused to use any soft sex toy for the rest of my life---luckily I eventually discovered silicone and was able to reverse my ban! If you like double penetration, don't be fooled. This might look fun, but you'll be doing yourself a great disservice by using a material so damaging to your body.
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Pros:
Looks like it would provide double penetration and vibrations.
Cons:
Stinks, burns, poisons---I was terrified to use a soft toy for 3 years after trying it!
Rating by reviewer:
1
extremely useful review
Way back in history, when I went off to college in a city big enough to have a sex toy shop, my highschool best friend asked me to find her a simple vibrator. Thinking it sounded like a fun assignment, I stopped at an ATM and took a bus to a part of the city where I expected to find sex toys for sale.

I found a store, and I chose a nice hard plastic vibrator, not too big and not too small, for my friend of Spartan tastes. Looking with amazement at the racks upon racks of sex toys---this one stood out to me. "Double penetration? I love double penetration! All in one toy---and it even vibrates? This is gonna be awesome!"

At this point in my life, double penetration had only been possible with some repurposed tubes that had held bath bubbles when I was on my own, or with my highschool partner's penis and fingers (or fingers and other fingers) when I wasn't. The thought of owning something actually designed for double penetration was really exciting, and as I picked up the clamshell and walked toward the cash register, I even forgave the Duo-Dong for being such a revolting shade of purple.

When I got home, my excitement quickly plummeted when I opened the box. This toy stunk. I'm one of those sensitive-nosed people who lets a new PVC showecurtain air out in the backyard for two days before bringing it in to the bathroom, so it's not unusual for me to dislike a rubber smell. But this really stunk. I scrubbed it with dish soap for as long as I dared before expecting my roommate to get back from class, and then boxed it back up and threw it in my closet, hoping it would air out while we were both gone for the weekend.

No luck. But I was so enamored with the idea of the thing that I daydreamed of the Duo-Dong while waiting for it to smell less toxic. Eventually I was so eager to try out that I threw my olfactory data to the wind and tried to insert it.

I tried putting in the anal part first, just like I used to do with my plastic tubes. But... it was so floppy, it had a hard time slipping in. I warmed myself up with my finger, and then two, and that worked fine. The anal probe is only 1.25"---there's no way that was too big! But I couldn't insert the floppy thing. I decided to try starting by inserting the bigger, 1.375" vaginal shaft first.

And it burned. And it stung. And I couldn't believe this was going so poorly. I didn't want to believe it wasn't working, so I shoved it inside myself and turned on the vibration using the twist-base---but even the vibration couldn't make me forget the terrible horrible burning sensation that my vagina was suffering.

So I took it out. I took a shower, and I cut up the vibrator to see what was inside it, and I threw all the parts away. I woke up the next morning with a yeast infection. I hated the Duo-Dong with a passion.

I hated it so much I vowed never to use anything but hard plastic (and glass, which I discovered a few months later) ever again.
Experience
Antipova's "materials dark ages" lasted three years---and then I finally learned what had been the matter with my toy. It was made of jelly. Polyvinyl chloride, softened with phthalates---a material with a toxic scent and even more harmful health risks. Reading about the possible side effects of long term phthalate use made me realize I was lucky that my body had rejected the stuff on first contact. In addition to that, jelly is porous, so it is impossible to sterilize, so had the anal prong ever come into contact with the vaginal prong, I would have had to chuck the toy anyway to avoid bacterial cross-contamination.

What else belongs in a review? Use? Burning your privates while attempting double penetration. Construction? I can't say I remember much of the quality, but the material both smelled and was toxic. Performance? The anal prong was too floppy to insert. The dial cap did turn on vibrations after I had added some AA batteries, but the vibrations were not sufficient to make me forget about the pain I was in. Final thoughts? I threw this out and refused to use *any* soft toy ever again. Luckily, I discovered silicone, and was able to amend my lifelong ban. Sadly, though I've been enjoying silicone sex toys in all sizes and shapes, there has never before been one on the market that worked as a double penetrator.

I decided to write this review because Tantus, one of the best companies to produce sex toys, recently came out with a double penetrating vibe, called the Flex. I ordered it the day it came out, in midnight purple---to pay homage to the Duo-Dong which gave me such a twat-ache.

Thank you, Tantus. And I sincerely hope that no one ever picks up a lump of jelly as a first toy ever again.
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Comments
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    I am so glad, as well. Especially for the Tantus Flex, but gosh, there are so many wonderful things out there! I'm glad I didn't give up forever after one bad experience.
  • awesomeness
    awesomeness  
    yeesh that's scary. thanks for the review on a toy i won't get
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    I hope everyone has GOOD sex toy experiences!
  • Love Perpetua
    Love Perpetua  
    Gosh, that sounds like an awful experience! My eyes were glued to the screen like I was reading a horror story. SO glad you found better, safer toys - hooray for silicone! And metal. And glass. And...basically everything but jelly.

    Awesome review - I hope everyone looking at any jelly toy will read this. Seriously, I think parts of this should be in quotations in the "Jelly" section of Material Safety just to hammer the point home about how bad for your body this material is. I feel bad for anyone who buys a jelly toy first and is just put off from sex toys without realizing there are better things out there. But if they read your review they'll know! And hopefully get the Flex instead
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    Thanks Love Perpetua! That's what I was hoping when I wrote it...

    just like... "Hi, I would like to buy this to make me feel good." "OH MY GOSH IT'S BURNING ME. THIS ISN"T FAIR."

    Thank goodness for glass, and metal, and wood, and silicone... and, well, chemists, and materials science, and sex toy companies that are embracing the future!
  • wildorchid
    wildorchid  
    My first toy was jelly too and actually recommended to me by a sex toy educator! I know that most businesses would never stop selling jelly toys, but it disturbs me that no one warns people of the risks before hand. There should be package warnings like on cigarette packages!
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    Eesh, I know how upsetting of an experience this was for me, I can only imagine how much worse it would have been if someone had *recommended* a jelly toy to me! Eush. I feel so glad that Eden does such a good job educating. And, like you say, I don't think it's my purpose to make sure that they're outlawed or never sold or anything---but I definitely support all education that helps people avoid materials that can be painful! Informed consumers all the way.
  • Castielskitten
    Castielskitten  
    O_O this makes me hate jelly even more now
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    Wish I had been as well-educated back when I was a youngster!
  • eleya12345
    eleya12345  
    I am so sorry that you had such a bad experience. Thanks for sharing so it doesn't happen again!
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    I hope I can save others from my fate!
  • jeep9
    jeep9  
    great review!

  • Bzz
    Bzz  
    great great review!
  • Azule
    Azule  
    Sorry it burned you, but this is probably the best sex toy horror story I have ever read. I'm probably going to tell it around campfires as my own. Thanks.
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    Haha, awesome Azule!
  • cryinglightning86
    cryinglightning86  
    Thanks for the warning!
  • DonnaG
    DonnaG  
    I have a toy that does that, and I stopped using it. I thought maybe something was wrong, but now I know. I'm throwing it out immediately. Thank you for the info.
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