Suction Cup Dildo Solutions

Lots of silicone suction cup dildos, different colors, realistic and fantasy dildos

Suction cup dildos pictured, left to right: Ruse Magic Stick; ColourSoft 8″, Real Nude Ergo, Twin Tail Creations Cortez, Tantus Alan, Xenocat Artifacts Caiman, Bad Dragon Nox, Firefly 5″ Pleasures.

Looking to screw yourself hands-free? Or does your wrist just need a break every now and then? If so, a suction cup dildo is the obvious choice, but it’s easy to miss that there are lots of options beyond the typical (usually realistic) dildo with a built-in suction cup. For the past several years, I’ve tested lots of different suction cup toys and lots of different suction cup positions too, and here’s what I’ve discovered:

  1. Yes, many silicone dildos do have built-in suction cups. Besides the realistic kind, there are also more-abstract and fantasy options. But be careful not to buy suction cup dildos made out of PVC, TPR, “realistic feel” materials, latex, etc., because these are not bodysafe.
  2. Dildos with bullet holes (for a small, bullet-style vibe) typically will also fit the Tantus suction cup attachment.
  3. Toy mounts (like Liberator sex pillows) allow you to put a dildo in a hole in the pillow. 
  4. Buy a thigh harness, put any dildo in it, and wrap it around your favorite (flat) pillow to ride.
  5. Buy double-sided suction cups to stick on the flat base of any toy.

Built-In-Suction-Cup Dildos

This is the category with the most options, so I’m going to tackle it first; it won’t be a complete listing because there really are a lot of options. I’ve broken them down into realistic, semi-realistic, and fantasy categories below.

Realistic

Most realistic, suction-cup dildos are inexpensive because they’re mass-produced in China. These cheaper options include:

The dildos listed above may be great for some people, but their silicone tends to run a bit firm, probably around the 20A-shore range.1 Thankfully, there are also a few softer realistic options with built-in suction cups:

ColourSoft 8 suction cup dildo

Semi-Realistic/Abstract

Here are some details about quality, semi-realistic toys with suction cup bases:

  • Blush Novelties’ Nude Impressions and Real Nude lines, plus the Luxe Mio. Real Nude toys are the most affordable dual-density option out there; all of these dildos have strong suction cups except the semirealistic ones like the Dayo. See my Real Nude Ergo review here, and my Real Nude Sumo review here.

    Blush Novelties Real Nude Ergo in

    The Real Nude Sumo has great suction.

  • Funkit Toys’ Swell and Swing 2.0 are beautiful, suction-cup toys. They’re also somewhat firm (but still bendable): 18A silicone.
  • The CJ Hooker dildo by Hole Punch Toys, “a maker of small batch, local, seasonal, cruelty free, organic, artisanal sex toys,” is almost realistic enough that I wanted to include it in the Realistic category above—but it’s bright, eye-searing green! SheVibe’s listing describes CJ Hooker’s silicone as both “soft” and “firm yet squishy,” so I’m interested to see what this actually means.3
  • Godemiche’s Ambit can include a suction cup base, like in the Dr. Strange and Dr. Manhattan colorations here. Again, Ambit is firm but not really, really firm.
  • Split Peaches’ Suction Base Smooth Bent Shaft Toys are long, average-girth toys that are again pretty firm, in 20A silicone.
  • I would definitely not recommend Fun Factory’s flat-base dildos (like the Boss, Amor, Bouncer, and Tiger) if you have your heart set on a built-in suction cup. All toys supposedly have “a flat base … [that] adheres to smooth surfaces or walls,” but I’ve found that my Boss’s base has no suction at all when attached to a flat wall, and very little suction when attached to a flat horizontal surface. See my Boss review for details.

Other options include the Packer Gear silicone line, which I haven’t tried; and the Maia Kendall and Maia Riley lines, which I strongly dislike because the silicone is extra firm and does not bend at all with my body (also, I didn’t find the suction cup of my Maia Kendall that great; it was passable).

I would strongly recommend against the CalExotics Silicone Emperor Vibrating line because the PVC suction cups screw off the silicone dongs, leaving the battery compartments exposed. This means that you can neither boil the toys nor soak them in a 10%-bleach solution: they’re impossible to fully sanitize.

Fantasy

Some (not all) of Bad Dragon’s and Exotic Erotics’ toys come with this option. Twin Tail Creations is a good option too: a suction cup can be added to all their current toys. Or there’s Scifi Erotics, whose huge-headed Zuklat the Dayneb (my review here) has a sturdy suction cup.

Twin Tail Creations Cortez suction cup fantasy dildo

Twin Tail Creations’ Cortez has an excellent suction cup.

For me, the biggest benefit of fantasy toys is that they typically come in softer densities: they’re much more yielding to the touch, and flexible inside your body. Plus there are so many textures available! See my Bad Dragon Nox review for details.

Bullet-Hole Dildos + Tantus Suction Cup

I highly recommend Tantus’ suction cup accessoryIt’s high-quality silicone that sticks well. It can still detach itself from more textured surfaces (like a bumpy or gloss-painted wall), but it works great on smooth surfaces. You can insert the Tantus suction cup in any dildo with a standard bullet hole in place of a bullet vibe. Here are my top bullet-holed picks:

  • Vixen Creations offers four dildos with bullet holes: Mistress, Champlette, Leo, and Woody (pictured above). The silicone isn’t super-soft, but it is somewhat flexible—more than the silicone in Tantus’ “flexible” vibrating toys, even the dual-density vibrating ones (see next).
  • Obviously, the Tantus suction cup attachment was created to fit into Tantus’ own vibrating toys. Because I find Tantus’ normal silicone (labeled “flexible” in item descriptions) too firm—like the Grab-Bag VampI tested all three of Tantus’ dual-density toys with bullet holes: Duchess, Sam, and Alan. Overall, because of their thick inner cores of firm silicone, I still found that these toys (with the exception of Alan in some uses) didn’t curve enough for me personally to enjoy sticking to my shower wall, though they were better on a flat horizontal surface. My favorite Tantus dildo with vibe hole is the Echo Super Soft (which has quickly become my go-to shower dildo!). 
  • If you’d like something more fantastical, the Etsy shop Xenocat Artifacts offers standard-sized bullet holes in all their custom toys (upon request) and in the occasional premade. The bullet hole in my Caiman is a little tight for the ridges in the Tantus suction cup, so I’d suggest using lube in the hole and being gentle when inserting and removing the suction cup. (See my Caiman alligator dildo review here.)
  • Happy Valley’s dildos with bullet hole are described as both “firm” and “flexible,” so they’re most likely around 20A silicone too. Still, I’d like to try the Big Boy for its nice curve and coronal ridge! 
  • Doc Johnson’s Platinum Edition Vac-u-Lock dildos have a hole that should fit the Tantus suction cup as well as Doc J. Vac-u-Lock attachment (which is meant for sex machines). Make sure to get the Platinum Edition dongs (the silicone ones) instead of the unsafe “realistic feel” Vac-u-Lock dildos that are made of UR3 or PVC.
  • Also, a few toys in Doc Johnson’s American Pop! series are silicone (though the removable suction cups are PVC; this is why I haven’t included these in the built-in-suction-cup section of this post, even though they do come with suction cups). See the Icon and the Rebel Slim 6″ (which isn’t slim at all). Don’t buy the others in the series because they’re not body-safe.
  • If you like ’em really huge, Mr. Hankey’s Toys also offers an optional Vac-U-Lock hole in its toys.
  • Vamp Silicone offers a lot dildos with bullet holes, like the Lolita Soft Skin, which is more flexible than many of the dildos in this list. The bullet hole does look fairly large, so it may not have the most stability with the Tantus suction cup.
  • Pleasure Works offers a number of toys with large bullet holes that the Tantus suction cup will lock into, but because these bullet holes expand toward the bottom instead of being a uniform girth, the suction cup is wiggly. This setup works OK but not great on vertical surfaces (like walls); it’s better on horizontal surfaces, in my experience. The Cadet Vibrating (also comes in pink; my review here) and Rookie Vibrating are made of a fairly squishy and very flexible dual-density, and Pleasure Works also offers a few single-density toys with vibe holes: the Riley VibratingSiren Vibrating, and Rippler Mini Vibrating.

Toy Mounts

Liberator, the leading brand in sex positioning pillows, offers two toy mounts for hands-free riding: the Wing, at 24″ long x 15″ wide x 9″ high; and the smaller BonBon, at 15″ long x 8.5″ wide x 12″ high.

I recently bought a Liberator Wing, and I think it’s very nice for simulating cowgirl, but the dildo hole is not very wide at all: I have to struggle to fit my Tantus realistics in, and my Vixen Large Realistic Bent is even more of a challenge. I managed to start tearing stitches out of the lining over the foam core within just a couple days. The problem is that the pocket is meant to hold small, thinner vibes too, so that the rider can grind against them. (I wish Liberator would make a toy mount with a hole specifically for medium- to large-sized dildos instead of one that you have to struggle to get your flared base into.) Still, I’ve had some really great orgasms riding toys on it, and it saves my wrists, so I guess I shouldn’t complain too much!

Thigh Harness

VixSkin Maverick thigh harnessIt’s certainly possible to wrap a thigh harness around a very flat (or abnormally small) pillow. But I found it awkward to position all my pillows comfortably, and they didn’t have the resistance that a Liberator pillow’s firm foam has. I also tried wrapping the harness around a lumbar support pillow, but that ended up being too short and also a bit awkward to position. I tried to solve this problem by adding towels underneath the pillow, which was slightly better but still a little awkward. If you’re less of a perfectionist than I am, this solution might work fine for you.

Double-Sided Suction Cups

A couple kinds of double-sided PVC suction cups I tested.

Finally, if you have the perfect (but sadly suction-cup-less dildo) already, and you either want to pound it standing up or don’t want to spend the money on a Liberator pillow, then check out some double-sided suction cups. I liked this kind I bought on Amazon, because the multiple stickers adhere really well to flat surfaces and can hold a good amount of weight. I like the simplicity of this solution, but I’m also nervous about it because the suction cups have to be made of PVC. They smell

I don’t typically fuck my washing machine, but when I do, the dildo better damn well stay in place—and this one did!

If you found this guide useful, please consider buying through my affiliate links (and not in incognito mode!) so that I can continue running my site and adding info about new toys! I strongly recommend Peepshow Toys, SheVibe, VibrantGood Vibrations, and Tantus. Lovehoney also carries a wide range of options, though many are not body-safe.

  1. See my Silicone Dildo Firmnesses page for more info.
  2. Woody, Leo, and Mistress also have vibrating versions, which you can stick a Tantus suction cup into. See later in this post for more about that option.
  3. In my experience, “soft” often means “not absolutely rock hard” in silicone toy descriptions.

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