Get ready for some Nubbing

For $12 this toy is worth adding to your collection for texture and material alone. I would buy it again
Big (6+ in)
Nubs can be rough for newbies
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I love this thing. And I don't fall in love easily.
It is slim enough to fit in without much lube. I find it is best to slowly insert it and leave it there. I use kegels to press on the nubs and get my body used to it.
I then move it slowly back and forth. This is not a fuck yourself wild toy (at least for me). I would not use this with a partner since glass+ nubs can make for some uncomfortableness.
The nubs raise a bit more than I thought I would like, so they do take some getting used to. Using a condom will helps this if you are interested.
It doesn't hold cold/heat very long like other glass toys, so that is kinda of a bummer. But I use other things for that, so I was not overly disappointed.
I do wish it had a curved shape so I could more easily hit my g spot.

Do not use this toy for anal play since it does not have a plug at the end.
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Solo
    • Travel friendly
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • G-spot
    • Kegels

Material / Texture

This toy is glass(ish). It is not real glass, otherwise it would be 3X more expensive. It is non porous and can be used with multiple partners.
The nubs are a a nice added feature. I would not give this to newbies, but wait until they develop a taste for something a bit out of the ordinary.
    • Bumpy
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all

Design / Shape / Size

This was phallic shaped, which I don't always like- but it worked for me.
It was big enough for me to place inside and still have a few inches to play with. This would would be a great travel piece since it doesn't have batteries and it's hard to break.


It is a cheap way to get your rough sex feelings out.
If you like sensation play this will feel amazing. It does not hit your G-spot like other toys, so you do have to find the correct position for you.

Care and Maintenance

As with all glass toys, use a toy or body safe cleanser. I use Summers Eve Lavender.
I air dry, but I am sure you can use a towel. Store this inside of a box when not in use. You don't want pesky germ in your vag!
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


The package can be used as a gift box. This would make a great gift.
    • Discreet looking packaging
    • Good for storage
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  • Contributor: BlackOrchid
    I'm very confused by this review. This dildo certainly is made of glass, it should also have the same ability to hold temperature as well as other glass toys.
  • Contributor: PolyGrrl
    It is made from Borosilicate glass.
    I have other higher quality glass toys that hold heat longer.
  • Contributor: Rossie
    PolyGrrl, I've prepared the following information about Borosilicate glass, so I can share it with any new reviewer who doesn't understand the nature of Borosilicate glass:

    Borosilicate glass is a type of glass that consists mainly of silica (SiO2) and boron trioxide (B2O3), which makes the glass more resistant to drastic temperature changes and high resistance to corrosion by chemicals. Borosilicate glass is popularly used in the production of scientific instruments such as laboratory glassware because it can handle both extreme cold and heat. It used to be the choice of glass for kitchenware as well. However, many U.S. kitchenware manufacturers have switched to use soda-lime glass because it less costly than borosilicate glass; for example, glass bakewares manufactured by Pyrex and Anchor Hocking. If borosilicate glass undergoes an abrupt and severe temperature change or falls on a hard surface, it might still crack. But, it cracks in chunks instead of shards, which is much safer than soda-lime glass. Therefore, all high-end glass toys use Borosilicate glass.

    I hope the above information helps!
  • Contributor: PolyGrrl
    I understand the nature of Borosilicate glass.
    There is nothing wrong it this type of glass toy.
    I have a hand blown glass toys that holds temp. a bit better that is all.
  • Contributor: Rossie
    That's great! I'm glad you've ultimately discovered that the material, borosilicate glass, of your Rainbow Nubby Wand really is glass. These sentences in your Material/Texture section confuses your readers: "This toy is glass(ish). It is not real glass, otherwise it would be 3X more expensive."
  • Contributor: Rossie
    Oops, sorry about the typo, it should be "confuse" and not "confuses"!
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