Thin tool - probe by Doc Johnson - review by Mwar

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Thin? Sticky, not thin.

The Thin Tool is far from thin and has more to offer than it advertises. It also comes with a complimentary sickly sweet smell and residue that feels unpleasant on your hands. Even if you saw this somewhere for free, look elsewhere. I'm still getting the smell of it out of my closet.
Affordable, Weapon Potential, Gag Gift
Smell, Residue, Material, Etc.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Thin Tool is, well, a dildo. It doesn't have any fancy attachments, wires, bells, or whistles. It is a hunk of phallic Pvc. It is designed for internal stimulation. It can be used vaginally or anally. With either use, it is better to use a condom over the Thin Tool. Because of the material, placing a condom over it will be safer and let the toy last longer. Anal use isn't unsafe in the way of losing the toy. It is long and has a bit of a handle, so you'd have to try to this one. If using anal, do keep the Thin Tool covered with a condom to reduce the amount of bacteria in the toy.

The Thin Tool is honestly not good. It might have been a good sale to the eyes, but it's not worth it as a sex toy even if it fell out of the sky. It could be used to whack your roommate in the head after they forget to do the dishes. However, be careful if you decide to use it as an impromptu weapon. It does have a bit of heft and it will leave both the dildo wielder and the assaulted sticky and smelling sickly sweet like cheap dildo.
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Campus/roommate living
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • G-spot
    • P-spot

Material / Texture

The Thin Tool is made from Pvc. Pvc, or polyvinyl chloride, is once of the most commonly produced plastics. Now, it may be a type of plastic, but it not one of the non-porous, more body safe plastics. It ranks only a 2 out of 10 on the materials scale. It is highly porous. This means the bacteria can and will remain inside the toy no matter how well you clean it. This is why it's best to use it with a condom. A condom will also be referable if you don't want a residue left on you.

The Thin Tool leaves this residue on your hands. It's similar to if you're doing spring cleaning all day and haven't washed your hands after some time. If it leaves residue on your hands, you could only imagine what it could leave on other, more delicate tissues. The Thin tool also has an odor. It has a really sweet smell, but not a good sweet smell. This is why sex toys smell the way they do (at least the ones by me, I suppose).

There is some texture on the thin tool. The are raised lines to look like veins. The Thin Tool is definitely more on the realistic side, but it is not that realistic. The ridges are not overly pronounced. They might be felt, but they should not cause irritation on its own. The Thin Tool is pretty darn flexible. It flops over on itself if you hold it horizontally.
    • Flexible
    • Porous
    • Strong odor

Design / Shape / Size

The Thin Tool really isn't that thin. It is indeed thin compared to it's big brother the Thick Tool, but it's still not small. The Thin Tool has a max circumference of about 4.75 inches. In comparison, the average circumference of the average female oriented toy is around 4.5 inches, so it's a bit larger than average. It's also quite long with a total length of 7.5 inches with an insertable length of 7 inches. It may be long, but you can use your hand to shorten the Thin Tool to your preferences.

I keep the packaging because of the smell and residue.

The toy is discreet in terms of noise so long as you don't let it thud on the floor. To hide it, you'll need to make some considerations. The smell will permeate in soft items, so do not store it with clothes. It's best to keep this toy out of site and packed tight.

    • Realistic


If you want something very affordable, don't mind throwing a condom over it, and don't mind the cons of the material, you can use the Thin Tool. You can thrust with it if you decide to so long as you use your hand to stop it before it hits your cervix (since it is long). Compared to other bases, the Thin Tool is not the best fit for O-ring harnesses. The base is thin and more rectangular than round. It can still work though so long as you give it a snug fit.

Beginners could still get a dildo of a similar dimension with a better material for a decent price. More experienced toy aficionados will not want to deal with the cons of this toy. The Thin Tool can be used in the shower if desired.

Care and Maintenance

Cleaning isn't too difficult. A mild soap and water should do the job. I would be careful if using spray and wipe toy cleaners since the toy's material is porous. Once dry, it's best to wrap this toy in paper towel and store it somewhere that will keep the smell away. The original packaging helps with this if you have the space.


The packaging was plastic snap shell.

It is transparent so the packaging is not discreet. If you package it with something that can absorb moisture you can use the packaging for long term storage to help with the odor. Even though the packaging advertises that the toy has an antibacterial property, beware. Usually this means the toy has an antibacterial coating (generally made up of nano particles of various chemical properties). The coatings on such items tend to ware after a period of time.
    • Not discreet


I forget why I even got this toy. I think it was purely for gag purposes. My housemates and I enjoy hitting each other with dildos. I know, it's childish, but it is entertaining to say the least. I believe it was also during the Black Friday sale last year and this toy only cost two dollars, which was nothing. I think it used to be around 8 dollars or so. One might think the price is great, and it is for some entertainment, but you're really better off getting a toy that doesn't reek or have a sticky residue. It makes the toy unappealing.
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  • bog
    Weapon Potential?!

    Funny and extremely useful review, thank you.
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