Silicone toys that don't "drag" during insertion?

Contributor: Jill Ingoff Jill Ingoff
I know, I know, you're going to tell me to use lube! But I haven't found that perfect water based lube that I can use with my silicone toys so.. are there any silicone toys that I can use that don't "drag" when thrusting? If you don't know what I mean, I'll try to explain more lol ;o)
12/15/2009
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Contributor: GingerAnn GingerAnn
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Contributor: LikeSunshineDust LikeSunshineDust
Quote:
Originally posted by Jill Ingoff
I know, I know, you're going to tell me to use lube! But I haven't found that perfect water based lube that I can use with my silicone toys so.. are there any silicone toys that I can use that don't "drag" when thrusting? If you ... more
I'm pretty sure that's just one of those things about silicone. Unless you get yourself dripping wet first, you're gonna have to use lube. Someone correct me if I'm wrong. What lubes have you tried and what haven't you liked about them?
12/15/2009
Contributor: El-Jaro El-Jaro
yeah, i think that's just par for the course unless it's flooded. Try a few different lubes and if that's an issue...I feel really bad for you and you have my sympathy.

If drag is going to be an issue, maybe try glass or metal?
12/15/2009
Contributor: Victoria Victoria
Quote:
Originally posted by Jill Ingoff
I know, I know, you're going to tell me to use lube! But I haven't found that perfect water based lube that I can use with my silicone toys so.. are there any silicone toys that I can use that don't "drag" when thrusting? If you ... more
What lubes have you already tried?
12/15/2009
Contributor: Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
Quote:
Originally posted by Jill Ingoff
I know, I know, you're going to tell me to use lube! But I haven't found that perfect water based lube that I can use with my silicone toys so.. are there any silicone toys that I can use that don't "drag" when thrusting? If you ... more
Also, depends on the silicone toys.

Matte Fun Factory and Lelo silicone toys have more drag than satiny Tantus.

So look, I guess, for a shinier, satiny surface rather than a matte.
12/15/2009
Contributor: Jill Ingoff Jill Ingoff
Quote:
Originally posted by Victoria
What lubes have you already tried?
a few you find in the drug store (awful) and fun factory's toy fluid which is too runny for me
12/15/2009
Contributor: Jill Ingoff Jill Ingoff
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
yeah, i think that's just par for the course unless it's flooded. Try a few different lubes and if that's an issue...I feel really bad for you and you have my sympathy.

If drag is going to be an issue, maybe try glass or metal?
yeah I feel bad for me too... I wish I liked silicone toys because there are so many out there!
12/15/2009
Contributor: Jill Ingoff Jill Ingoff
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
yeah, i think that's just par for the course unless it's flooded. Try a few different lubes and if that's an issue...I feel really bad for you and you have my sympathy.

If drag is going to be an issue, maybe try glass or metal?
Also, I only buy glass and metal toys.. but have a few silicone ones and keep coming back to it to find something softer.
12/15/2009
Contributor: Jill Ingoff Jill Ingoff
Quote:
Originally posted by LikeSunshineDust
I'm pretty sure that's just one of those things about silicone. Unless you get yourself dripping wet first, you're gonna have to use lube. Someone correct me if I'm wrong. What lubes have you tried and what haven't you liked about them?
a few you find in the drug store (awful) and fun factory's toy fluid which is too runny and watery
12/15/2009
Contributor: Jill Ingoff Jill Ingoff
Quote:
Originally posted by Carrie Ann
Also, depends on the silicone toys.

Matte Fun Factory and Lelo silicone toys have more drag than satiny Tantus.

So look, I guess, for a shinier, satiny surface rather than a matte.
Thanks Carrie!
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Contributor: Victoria Victoria
Try Maximus or Sliquid Silk - good lube is KEY!!!
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Contributor: removedacnt removedacnt
I second the Maximus lube and Pink Water is very nice as well.
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Contributor: Sammi Sammi
Definitely a good lube - I'd agree with Maximus. And like Carrie Ann said, look for a shinier surface.
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Contributor: Jimbo Jones Jimbo Jones
I third the Maximus suggestion and would add Ride H2O if you like your lubes thicker. I would also agree to give silicone toys with shinier finishes a shot for something that is slicker.
12/15/2009
Contributor: Jill Ingoff Jill Ingoff
Quote:
Originally posted by Victoria
Try Maximus or Sliquid Silk - good lube is KEY!!!
but isnt sliquid silk a hybrid formula?
12/16/2009
Contributor: Darling Dove Darling Dove
The Sliquid Organics Naturals is my go-to lube, and to date the only lube which I've actually gone through the bottle enough to say "Damn, I might run out". But then I remembered I bought two bottles cause I'm smart like that

Probe lubes are very slick if you can handle the strings. The pump bottle can be a pain but I never have to reapply Probe, once I get one nice little line down the toy I'm good.

Silicone shouldn't have too much drag once you're properly lubed. The matte textures feel more velvety whereas the slicker textures just glide. It's nonporous too so whatever you do use, assuming it's a good lube, will last a bit longer.
12/16/2009
Contributor: Victoria Victoria
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Originally posted by Jill Ingoff
but isnt sliquid silk a hybrid formula?
I have had NO issues with using it with my silicone toys.
12/16/2009
Contributor: Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
California Exotic's Couture line of silicones don't have much drag when combined with Suede Aqua Comfort lube: link
(I can't use Maximus because of the parabens, so that's what I use for silicone toys)
12/16/2009