Re-creating existing toys in softer silicone is suddenly the new big thing: first Tantus’ new Super Soft releases, and now NS Novelties’ ColourSoft series. As something who’s sensitive to pressure, I welcome this trend. A Colours Pleasures Thick 5″ was part of my first silicone dildo order, and while I loved the realistic shape, the protruding coronal ridge was too hard for me to enjoy really pounding the toy. But now that I’ve tested out the new ColourSoft 8″, I can confidently say that NS Novelties has found my Goldilocks firmness for single-density1 toys: flexible, but not floppy while I’m inserting it or riding it.
ColourSoft toys are currently available in two sizes: the 8″ (actually 7.25″ insertable length, with 2″ max diameter; available in blue, purple, and black) and the 5″ (1.5″ max diameter; available in blue, purple, and pink). My blue 8″ is quite a large toy. Since I’m an impatient masturbator, I tend to stick dildos into myself as quickly as possible, but the ColourSoft 8″ (a.k.a. “the big blue dick”) makes me do some warmup exercises. After a minute of rubbing the head around my vulva, though, I’m able to insert the broad head, and after a couple more minutes of slow thrusting, using the toy feels completely natural—I’m sure because of my preference for this density of silicone!
I absolutely love the squish of the coronal ridge now. In use, it feels like the firmest part of the toy. In fact, I could have lived with the firmer-density silicone used in my Colours Pleasures dildo if it weren’t for that pronounced ridge: my G-spot felt assaulted by it. But in this softer silicone, the coronal ridge provides just the right amount of firm pressure that gets me off hard and fast. Plus the exaggerated veins provide some fun secondary texture.
The lower shaft does bend a little more than I’d like, but this is unavoidable with softer single-density toys. (Dual-density is the answer if you’re looking for an even-more-realistic feel.2) I find the ColourSoft’s shaft just slightly too floppy when I have the toy stuck to a wall; but when I’m on top of it or thrusting it manually, I can control the angle of penetration much better, and the shaft’s bendiness doesn’t bother me.
In general I prefer smaller bases and no balls on my toys (for easier manual thrusting), but I quickly realized that squeezing the ColourSoft’s balls really hard was a big turn-on for me, as they’re the squishiest silicone balls I’ve yet had. By squeezing and thrusting, squeezing and thrusting, I explored my domineering side.
Plus, the suction cup is soft and thin enough that I can fold over part of it and get a better grip around the base of the shaft and those balls. Speaking of the suction cup, it is strong, though I found the Colours Pleasures suction cup stronger. The ColourSoft suction cup needs to be very firmly pressed into place to stick well, but then it’s good to go for a long ride.
As I’m sure you can tell by now, I’m incredibly excited that NS Novelties has come out with this softer alternative. At only $24 for a small and $44 for a very large dildo, ColourSoft will now be my first recommendation to anyone who’s looking for an affordable and realistic suction-cup dildo, unless the person definitely wants something hard. I plan on squishing my ColourSoft 8″ regularly—both in my hands and in my vag—whenever I want a thick toy with an awesome coronal ridge.
I’d like to thank Peepshow Toys for sending me this dildo in exchange for my honest, cock-loving review!