Fun Factory POP by Semenette Ejaculating Dildo Review

Simultaneous orgasms are hot, I think most people will agree. And so are multiple orgasms! Now I finally have a dildo—POP by the Semenette—that can both cum with me and cum as often as I want it to.1

Originally designed to help same-sex couples conceive, POP works for anyone who wants more ejaculation in their life, including the child-free and folks like me who are all stocked up on kiddos. You can fill the dildo’s tubing with any safe liquid, from plain water2 to POP’s own lube (made by Sliquid) or Sliquid Silk for a more semen-like effect. (More on lube choice later.)Semenette POP ejaculating dildo red silk

Before I got my POP dildo, I wasn’t sure how much ejaculation would add to my dildo-using experience. Now, though, I can say that having POP cum exactly when I want it to, every time, adds a new level of excitement to my masturbation sessions. But it’s not all fun and games: cleaning POP requires some work.

Here’s everything I discovered while testing this one-of-a-kind dildo.

The Less-Exciting Part: Specs, Material, and Set-Up

The POP dildo is collaboration between the Semenette, which designed the ejaculation mechanism, and Fun Factory, which is known for its pulsators as well as high-quality vibrators and dildos. POP is the twin of the Fun Factory Boss dildo: 1.65″ maximum diameter (so a little above average), and a fairly long 7″ insertable length. My POP is cocoa-colored, but the toy is available in slate (black), toffee (tan), and berry (rosy pink) too.Semenette POP coronal ridge

As someone who enjoys Fun Factory’s silicone overall but finds it a bit firm, I was thrilled when I pulled POP out of the box. It may be the same shape as the Fun Factory Boss, but it’s noticeably softer. I’d put it at around the same silicone density (See my Dildo Firmness Guide for details) as BS Atelier’s 15A-shore toys and Vixen Creations’ single-density (original formula) toys like the Large Realistic Bent. (More on how this firmness feels in use in the next section.)

But the trait that sets POP apart is the hole down its center, plus all the accessories that allow the dildo to ejaculate. Included are:

  • three sets of medical-grade-silicone tubing,
  • three caps that lock the tubing into POP’s head,
  • three luer locks that connect the tubing to the bulb, and
  • one bulb that you squeeze to make POP squirt.

Semenette POP accessories tubing packetThe set-up sounds complicated; I sure thought so when I read all the instructions in POP’s guide. But when I actually took out all the parts to assemble, it was simple. (Plus the instructional video linked in Peepshow Toys’ POP listings makes assembly even easier.) My only piece of advice is that you shouldn’t push the locking cap into POP’s head until you’ve filled the tubing with your desired fluid. The tube really locks into place, and it’s easier to fill before it’s locked in.

Semenette POP bulb putting on

Luer lock connector not yet locked into tubing and bulb. The tubing is dusty when it comes out of the packet—be sure to wash thoroughly!

Once I had threaded the tubing through POP and put the appropriate pieces on both ends, it only took me a few seconds to stick the bulb on the bottom of the tubing. Then I was really to fill ‘er up!

Semenette POP Cordial glass lube

POP freshly washed and waiting for its first drink.

The Fun Part: Testing

As a Plain Dildo

Fun Factory’s silicone is high-quality, y’all. Running my hands over my chocolate POP3 is a pleasure in and of itself. The POP’s finish is more satin-y than my Boss’, which was grainy. POP has less drag in use too, although it’s not in any way glossy. Since I actually prefer slightly draggy toys, I enjoy thrusting POP fast.

The coronal ridge—which I found overstimulating in the Boss’ firmer silicone—is still pretty firm, but much more usable for me. The hooked V-shape in the ridge’s middle puts serious pressure on my G-spot. POP’s silicone doesn’t bend easily, but it’s just soft enough that the sensitive front wall of my vag doesn’t feel abused (like it did with the Boss). For me, the best part about the coronal ridge is that it’s nice and wide, providing the kind of broad G-spot stimulation that I crave.Semenette POP shaft blue silk

And then there’s POP’s secondary ridge (starting a couple inches from the base), which suggests veins in an abstract kinda way. I have a love-hate relationship with this ridge: I like how its outward curve stimulates the mouth of my vagina when I thrust, but I dislike how it prevents me from getting a really good, forward angle for G-spotting. It’s a toss-up! Still, the big upper ridge is pronounced enough that POP gives me vaginal orgasms without too much work. (Of course, your mileage may vary a lot.)

Overall, I am a fan of the POP dildo’s semi-realistic shape, especially when I want a little extra pressure. I would buy it as a normal ($60) dildo. If you’re looking for a more penis-like feel, though, then you might want to check out a (non-ejaculating) dual-density silicone toy.4

But POP isn’t just a normal dildo. What about its main selling point, its ability to ejaculate?

POP Goes the Dildo

As someone who likes having control, I admit to being seriously turned on by the thought of making this toy cum at any time—or by making it wait. POP’s ejaculation feature really adds to my fantasy life. I’ve totally replayed my favorite porn climax sequence multiple times while using POP, for an even better effect.Semenette POP ejaculating Sliquid Silk

That said, the amount of liquid you can put in the tubing itself isn’t huge; POP’s cumming is meant to simulate a real-life, penile ejaculation, after all. If I make POP dribble for a delayed-gratification effect, then the finish isn’t very noticeable when I finally squeeze the last of the lube out. Luckily, there are two possible solutions if you’re going for serious cum play:

  1. pull the locking cap out of POP’s head and refill; or
  2. buy a larger bulb to attach to the other end of the tubing.

I’ve tried the first solution and found it a little difficult—but by no means impossible—to pull the cap out of POP’s head once it’s locked in place.5 You do have to do some wiggling and pushing and prying. If I’m using POP to masturbate and know that I won’t be subjected to any accidental cervix-poking, I don’t mind leaving the locking cap sticking out above the head, so that I can refill the tubing easily.

But, if you really want POP to produce a large load, the simplest solution is to buy the larger bulb.6

POP ejaculating Sliquid Silk vs. Sassy

Sliquid Silk hybrid lube, left, vs. Sliquid Sassy water-based, right. These pics don’t do the ejaculation justice, but I promise that Sassy squeezes out more easily and faster. 

As sexy as it is to use a hybrid lube like Sliquid Silk or POP lube because of its milky look, I’ve found that water-based lubes work better with POP. The dildo’s silicone tubing tends to get gunked up by Sliquid Silk, whereas a pure water-based lube flows more easily. I used Sliquid Sassy—one of the thicker water-baseds out there—and got POP to spurt it out nicely.

Aftercare: That Is, Cleaning POP

The least attractive part about POP for me is the extra cleaning and maintenance that it requires. Like all Fun Factory dildos, the POP dildo is high-quality silicone, as is the tubing. You can boil the dildo—and the tubing—whenever you’d like.7

The instructions included with the POP dildo kit say that tubing should be disposed of after each use, but if you are using POP with lube instead of semen, it’s OK to reuse the tubing for multiple sessions. (But refills are available whenever you’d like to change.)

Cleaning POP’s tubing is the one really challenging thing about this dildo. The tubing’s inner diameter is less than an eighth of an inch. When I first tried washing the tubing, I realized I couldn’t get water to just run through it. This is why it’s best to keep the bulb attached while cleaning: just squeeze soap and water, and then lots of plain water, through the tubing. Afterward, I shake the tubing all around to try to remove as much water as possible before lying it flat.8

And as for the plastic luer lock and head cap, wash those thoroughly in soapy water too. My POP dildo has made me create a separate space in the secret, sex-toy-drying area of my closet’s top shelf, so that I don’t lose any little plastic pieces.

TL;DR: It’s All about the POP

Fun Factory’s POP by the Semenette is truly a new dildo experience for me. The satin-like finish of POP’s silicone feels luxurious to me, and I really enjoy the dildo’s broad (but interestingly pointed) coronal ridge when I want a very stimulating (nonrealistic) toy. But in the end, POP is all about the ejaculation. And for me, a vagina-owner who mainly uses POP to masturbate, POP has been an amazingly fun addition to my fantasy life. This cock can cum multiple times, in whatever amount that I want it to (as long as I’m willing to refill the tubing).9

POP’s technology and quality materials do come at a price: the up-front cost of the dildo and attachments, plus the cost of tubing refills and/or the time you spend cleaning the silicone tubing. But if you either want or need an ejaculating toy—and there are many reasons why you would—then I can’t recommend POP highly enough. My review has focused on solo use, but POP is a great toy for partnered use too. Like all Fun Factory dildos, it’s designed for harness play.10

If you think POP by the Semenette would add to your sex life, you can pick one up at Peepshow Toys (and save 10% with code FELICITY). And don’t forget the lube (water-based or hybrid), for the full effect!

I’d like to thank Peepshow Toys for sending me the POP in exchange for my honest review!

  1. Lube permitting.
  2. Distilled water is the safest choice.
  3. Yeah, I’ve been waiting to say “chocolate POP” for a while in this review.
  4. I recommend Tantus’ O2 realistics like the Uncuts (#1 review here) or Alan (review here); or Vixen’s VixSkin (Johnny review here).
  5. The key is to press down and use a nail (or a sterile pair of tweezers) to carefully pry the cap out.
  6. There is a third alternative that requires more parts: use a sterile syringe. I got a 3-mL luer-lock syringe to fit onto the end of the tubing, but then it was impossible to fill the tubing all the way due to the syringe’s small volume. I did manage to get POP to ejaculate harder by filling the tubing using the normal bulb, then detaching the bulb and fitting on an already filled syringe. You could of course use a larger syringe if you’re really interested in this method, though I’m not sure that it would work any better than buying the larger POP bulb.
  7. Boil for three minutes. The tubing can withstand temperatures of up to 390ºF, according to the manufacturer; I didn’t ask about the dildo, but I’m totally sure it’ll withstand similar heat.
  8. No water equals no place for bacteria to breed. The silicone tubing, like all quality silicone, is hydrophobic (its molecules repel water), making it functionally nonporous. Still, it’s best to remove as much water as possible, since it’s impossible to scrub inside the tubing.
  9. I regret not having the larger bulb to be able to vouch for its “orgasmic” ability!
  10. Though POP’s base is larger than the Boss dildo’s thinner one, to accommodate the side channel for the tubing.

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