Toy covers by Cal Exotics - review by Undressed Reviews

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Incredibly Not Worth It

This product isn't really worth the money you'd spend on it, or even the space it would take up in your toy drawer. Buying regular old non-lubricated condoms works just fine, if not better. And you'll probably save money. Who doesn't like to save space and money?
Non-lubricated, fairly flexible in application.
The price is a bit much, questionable reliability, one-size-fits-all does not.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
Toy Covers are non-lubricated latex condoms made slightly smaller than average condoms so that they can fit "traditional" vibrators and dildos. It seems like a really good idea, especially if you care very much about safer sex and the cleanliness of your toys. Or, more accurately, if you have occasions to share your toys in the first place. A Toy Cover certainly makes clean up much faster, easier (and more wasteful). When sharing toys, it makes the whole sexual encounter much safer and thus more comfortable. One less thing to worry about.

However, there are several problems when you really start to evaluate the product, like the fact that vibrators and dildos come in a lot of different shapes and sizes. Sure, so do dicks, but I've never see a dick that looks like my Fun Wand or my Hitachi Magic Wand or any rabbit vibrator for that matter. Toy Covers are designed to work for various products, but there's still a problem of it being too large or too long. It's flexible. Still, not quite diverse enough to be remarkable.

Also, why does it say on the packaging that it shouldn't be used for sex? If a man can fit one of these not-really-small Toy Covers on his dick, why is it unsafe? And if it's not safe, then why does it become safe when used for partnered play with toys? Perhaps I'm just misunderstanding what I have read, but it seems awfully questionable.

Sadly, Toy Covers isn't really worth finding the answers to those questions. It would be better for you to buy a sex toy made of material like silicone or steel because it can be sanitized. The only really good thing about Toy Covers is that they're non-lubricated so you can choose your own water or silicone based lubricant. That's all, folks. That's all. Non-lubricated condoms exist out there, just look for them. It will be time and money well spent.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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My Toy covers tags
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Club/public
    • College students
    • Couple foreplay/after climax play
    • Group event/party
    • Group situations
    • Transgendered people
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
Do you like this review?
  • SubmissiveFeminist
    Lily makes a good point, but that did concern me about the "not safe for sex" part. Maybe I'll just be cheap and use a condom instead of a toy cover. =P
  • Double Analysis
    Meh, sticking with condoms. Thanks!
  • Dragonfly Delta
    Thanks for the review!
  • blixa
    I'd assume that "not safe during sex" means they don't prevent pregnancy, to be honest, or the spread of HIV/AIDS.
  • Itzmemichelle
    Thanks for the info!
  • yarii
  • Thomas90
    Thanks for the review!
  • Rey
    thx for the review - it mirrored my thoughts also. Plus, they are prone to tear when put on larger toys (no give)
  • ILikeShinyThings
    Thanks for the review!
  • Voldemort
    Thanks for the review!
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