Perhaps this is TPR silicone?

Contributor: Antipova Antipova
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I could be mistaken, but from the looks of this attachment, I would venture a guess that it's actually TPR silicone, rather than pure silicone as listed on the product page.

Can anyone who's seen the packaging confirm, and put in a support ticket to have it changed? All the reviews call it silicone, but most mentioned that it has a smell and is sticky.

Any thoughts?
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Contributor: Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
i would write the company and see what they tell you. or you can read the reviews and i'm sure some one would have mentioned it.
06/30/2011
Contributor: Jul!a Jul!a
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Originally posted by Antipova
I could be mistaken, but from the looks of this attachment, I would venture a guess that it's actually TPR silicone, rather than pure silicone as listed on the product page.

Can anyone who's seen the packaging confirm, and put in a ...
I believe customer service has access to the warehouse (could be wrong tho). If that's the case, they can go check themselves. Or they can get somebody to do it. If you think something's off you can submit the ticket yourself to explain yourself. Contacting the company is a good way to go too.
06/30/2011
Contributor: Apate Apate
Quote:
Originally posted by Antipova
I could be mistaken, but from the looks of this attachment, I would venture a guess that it's actually TPR silicone, rather than pure silicone as listed on the product page.

Can anyone who's seen the packaging confirm, and put in a ...
Did you ever find out?
07/18/2012
Contributor: ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Still want to know Antipova? I have one and would be willing to put it to the test for everyone. I'll say this, I would bet my Eleven that it is NOT pure silicone.
07/18/2012
Contributor: molli316 molli316
Quote:
Originally posted by Antipova
I could be mistaken, but from the looks of this attachment, I would venture a guess that it's actually TPR silicone, rather than pure silicone as listed on the product page.

Can anyone who's seen the packaging confirm, and put in a ...
If it has a smell that it's definitely TPR!
11/30/2012
Contributor: Jaimes Jaimes
Random thing I learned from Doc Johnson. Silicone is by nature, opaque. If the material is at all translucent, its going to be a silicone derivative, like TPR. Still a high quality material, but not pure silicone.
11/30/2012
Contributor: Bi-Pedal Draon Bi-Pedal Draon
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Originally posted by Jul!a
I believe customer service has access to the warehouse (could be wrong tho). If that's the case, they can go check themselves. Or they can get somebody to do it. If you think something's off you can submit the ticket yourself to explain ...
I think you are right, but yeah, you could also contact the company like you said, or you can put in a support ticket yourself.
01/15/2013
Contributor: Petite Cannibal Petite Cannibal
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Originally posted by molli316
If it has a smell that it's definitely TPR!
Agreed. Silicone (pure) is a material without smell and drag, but no stickiness.
03/13/2013