Friday, June 08, 2007

Comparing Sex Toys: Glass Dildos vs. Crystalessence Material

Vibrators come in all shapes and sizes, and a wide variety of materials. But which one do you buy? How do you know? Well, if it's a toss up between a glass dildo and a crystalessence one, then here is a comparison to show you the pros and cons of each.

Crystalessence Spiral Vibrator

This vibrators is made out of Crystalessence material, which is a high grade, firm, translucent jelly. It is more sturdy than regular jelly, but is still flexible and bendable. This material does not retain heat and cold, and because of it's density, it muffles vibrations slightly.

There is a vibrating bullet near the head of the penis, inside the jelly with a wire running down the inside. The wire exits at the base of the shaft, and attaches to a hand held controller. The wire from the base to the battery pack measures about 2 feet long. The controller is the batter pack, which requires 2 AA batteries, not included. It has a multi-speed dial, ranging from slow a slow tease, to a strong, steady vibration.

The base of the vibrator is a pair of detailed, sculpted testicles. They act as a platform for which you can stand your vibrator up right. The shaft is straight, not curved. The tip of the vibrator is also sculpted to be the head of a penis. There are beautiful purple and white spirals of color running through the shaft. The shaft measures 6 inches long and 1.5 inches wide.

The crystalessence sex toy is easy to clean as it is more hygienic than regular jelly. Soap and hot water, or sex toy cleaner will do just fine. You do need to use proper lubrication for this vibrator, for easy insertion and comfort.

This toy has the look of glass, without the price of glass.

Glass Vibrating G-Spot Lover

This dildo is made from Pyrex, a very strong, shatter resistant glass. The pro to having a glass sex toy is that it will retain temperature very well. If you put this dildo in the freezer for a couple of minutes, or run it under hot water quickly or 5-10 seconds in the microwave, it will retain those thermal conditions for a more unique sexual experience.

The shaft of this dildo measures 6 inches long and 1 inch wide. The base of the sex toy is a round ball shape, which measures 1.75 inches diameter. This end can also be inserted for a larger feeing.

This dildo comes with a removable soft, jelly cockring that holds a mini bullet vibrator against it for the vibrating effect. The cock ring is spotted with jelly nodes for added stimulation. The vibrations can be felt lightly through the glass, but mostly when the dildo is thrusting in and out, the clitoris will hit the vibrating cockring and this adds extra stimulation and heightened pleasure. The mini bullet vibrator requires 1 cell battery, which is included.

Tis sex toy is very hygienic, and can be cleaned by sex toy cleaner, soap and water, or boiled. Because of it's totally non-porous nature, after being cleaned, this toy can be shared safely. This sex toy dose not require lubrication, but it is suggested for women who are drier. A small sample of lubrication is included.

The vibrating g-spot lover is curved shaped to stimulate more directly on the g-spot. This sex toy comes with a soft velvety satin bag for discreet storage.

Overall, these are two lovely sex toys both with their pros and cons. The crystalessence material has the look and appeal of glass without the price or properties. It won't retain temperature like glass, but is flexible unlike glass. A little more to the cleaning process, and lubrication is required.

Glass has a more sophisticated, classy look and feel, but is not flexible. It does retain temperature, but requires a cock ring to get the vibrating effect. It also has a bit more of a price tag to reflect the style and beauty. Extremely easy to clean, and safe to share, glass sex toys have a certain appeal that is unmatched by any other.

In the end, if you still can't decided which one is for you, then why not try both! Both have their pros and cons, it all depends on what you want, and what you haven't tried yet!

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