I have been looking for the “Mizer” or Rude boy vibrator for a long time. I liked the matte silicone it was made of and the simple shapes. Plus the manufacturer Rocks Off is one of our favorites. We picked it up at Pink Elephant and it was soon home (along with a batch of other toys to test).
It’s big. It’s wide. It’s flexible and beautifully colored. And it’s big. Those are the first impressions when you get your hands on the Sonic Double Dildo from Fun Factory. And today, we’re taking a look at all there is to do and experience with this beauty.
Did you know that the male “G” point is actually the “P” point? And by that I definitely don’t mean the penis, but the much neglected prostate. I took a look at it with my new friend, the little Duke from Fun Factory.
We have had more than one classic anal plug in editorial tests/reviews. We’ve also had larger pins that have been able to inflate (and some even inflate themselves). But a new “expandable” type like the Xpander from JoyDivision was missing from our ass collection. So thanks to Elephant, we didn’t miss it.
We don’t see much innovation in the erotic segment anymore. A lot of things have already been invented and if we leave aside the hit of the last few years in the form of Womanizer, there is a real non-innovative drought. Every now and then, however, there is a new piece that combines familiar features, but in a rather odd way.
Personally, I have no problem with anal play in either a passive or active role. On the contrary, I like them very, very much. And I don’t mind enjoying them just with myself. And it’s a different game when I have a vibrator designed for prostate massage
There are many anal plugs on the market – big, small, plastic, gel, rubber and latex. But also silicone – like the one we have in today’s test. We’ve been saving it for a long time (and a lot of readers have written about it.