ID glide - lubricant by I-D Lubricants - review by UrbanDurga

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ID glide review

If you’re looking for a water-based lubricant, I do feel confident recommending ID Glide as a great, all-purpose basic lube. However, I’m still on the look out for one that will rival the sensation of silicone.
Toy and condom compatible, no scent or flavor, sturdy packaging.
Not waterproof, I need to use a lot during a given session.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
If you’ve read any of my other reviews, you might have noticed that ID Millennium|ID Millennium is my current reigning lube-of-choice. However, Millennium is a silicone-based lube, and is unfortunately not suitable for pairing with silicone toys.

That brings me to the product at hand for this review: ID Glide Water-Based Lubricant|ID glide.

ID Glide is a good lube. However, because I’ve been spoiled by Millennium for so long, I have to say that I’m always left a little disappointed by the performance and sensations ID Glide provides.

Here are the perks: ID Glide is toy and condom compatible, which means you never have to worry about your lube corroding or ruining your playthings or plaything covers. It has virtually no scent or flavor, which is great when, like me, you enjoy giving your toys some vag-to-mouth attention occasionally. It’s thick enough to stay where you put it without running all over, but not so thick that it makes a goopy mess and reduces all sensation. It comes in very simple and liquid-tight packaging, with lids that open and close easily in the heat of the moment. I’ve frequently tossed my bottle of ID Glide on the bed immediately after snapping the lid closed, and never has the bottle leaked or come back open.

However, the things I don’t love about ID Glide are as follows: it’s not as silky as silicone lube, it’s not waterproof (which means I can’t get it on with my lube in a tropical lagoon situation if the need arises), and I always feel like I have to use a ton of it to get the level of slipperiness I prefer. While ID Glide doesn’t dry up quickly, I frequently find myself reapplying during a solo-funtime session.

If you’re looking for a water-based lubricant|Water-based lubricants, I do feel confident recommending ID Glide as a great, all-purpose basic lube. In general, it gets wonderful reviews, and the down-sides in my experience are really based on personal preference, not the product's objective specifications. However, I’m still on the look out for one that will rival the sensation of silicone.
Follow-up commentary
A few nights ago, I decided to try using my ID Glide with my nipple cylinders|Nipple luscious vibrating suction and hand pump. Using lube on the nipples (or other areas, for that matter) helps create a more secure seal, resulting in a more successful pumping session. The cylinders are meant to stay on for a somewhat extended period of time (between 20 and 40 minutes), and the lubricant is helps to facilitate that process.
Unfortunately, when exposed to the open air for 20 minutes, the lube on the outside edges of my nipples got sticky quite fast, and didn't seem to create a tighter seal than un-lubed nipples. It did wash off easily, but was pretty ineffective for use outside of the vagina's dark, moist environs.
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Do you like this review?
  • Millenium is really that much better?  I've always found Glide to be good for me.  But if theirs something better out there,,,
  • I've always preferred Millennium, but since it's silicone, I can't use it for all my toys. Ideally, I'd also love to find a water-based lube that is as silky and long-lasting as my silicone lube.
  • Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
    Nice review! Big smile
  • titi
    Thanks for the review!
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