Posable Dildo List – Safe Silicone

For the flex! A “posable dildo” can bend up to 180 degrees, for an adjustable angle of penetration. Why? Curved dildo shafts can stimulate different areas—like G-spot, prostate, A-spot, or posterior fornix; while straighter shafts have the advantage of going deeper with the same length. So a bendable dildo gives you several kinds of stimulation within the same toy. But: since you can bend them by hand, your/your partner’s body can also bend these posable dildos’ shafts during penetration.

Here’s a short list of posable dildos that bend and then stay put, to greater or lesser degrees. I’ll rate each option for flexibility, for stability, and for softness by Shore durometer; discuss how it feels; and describe how the bendable shaft technology behaves in different positions. All choices are 100% silicone outside (the part that you can touch!) for safe long-term use. Our options:

  1. Evolved Real Supple: Super-squishy comfort; mega-flexible. The most fun for me overall.
  2. Strap-On-Me Dual-Density Dildo: The best nonphallic / pegging option.
  3. Addiction Andrew / David by BMS: Nice super-soft silicone glide.
  4. New York Toy Collective: The original; the luxe option.
  5. Blush Dr. Skin Silicone: Really less posable than the others.
  6. Limba Flex: Even firmer & draggy.
Posable dildo bends 180 degrees adjustable angle

Best-Of Posable Dildo List

Real Supple Silicone by Evolved

Currently $32.99 – 49.99 (CHECK PRICE here)
Flex: 180° – very flexible
Stability: 5/10 – moves when you move
Silicone density: Super-duper-soft, ≈00-30
Notes: Awesome for fast fucking, great comfort. Deepthroat-friendly too. Suction cup base.

Real Supple dildos (3 sizes) are super-soft silicone with light realistic detailing, and a squishy head & balls!

The Real Supple 8.25 is my favorite posable dildo to use on myself most of the time. (When I’m not really sensitive/on my period—at which point I prefer the Strap-On-Me Dual, next.) I appreciate the Real Supple dildo because the silicone really is super-soft. It’s VixSkin-level–soft outside, which is hugely fun to thrust hard. I can still feel the ridge, even though it’s flexible.

Real Supple Silicone dildo review, 8.25 Inch chocolate
8.25 Inch Real Supple pictured.

The softness—as anyone who loves soft/medium-density fantasy dildos, or SquarePeg’s SuperSoft, or Hankey’s Toys 75% Soft blend knows—is just an incredible time. It’s got a more “fleshy” thing going on than any other posable / bendable dildo in this guide except New York Toy Collective’s products.

The giving nature of the silicone, and the fact that the Real Supple does start bending when I thrust it, make me need a clitoral vibrator to orgasm well.1 Which is fine, that’s normal for most people with vaginas. So the vibrating stimulation of, say, the Pillow Talk Racy’s rumbles alongside makes a good pairing.

On the different sizes:

  • The 8.25 Inch Real Supple is quite thin for its longer length: It’s about 6.2 inches insertable length, with an average 1.5-inch-diameter ridge and then a lower shaft that slims down to only 1.2 inches diameter.
  • The large size is proportionally long too, at over 8 inches length but only “kinda thick.”
  • While the small size has 4 inches of shaft sticking out—so it’s the one I’d say to pick if you are wanting to try packing the toy in your pants. The Real Supple 8.25 Inch is several inches longer, but is the most yielding dildo I’ve tried to fit into jeans.2

Besides having the softest silicone, it’s the most flexible toy here. The bendable core seems thinner. Thus, my Real Supple 8.25 Inch bends more when I start thrusting it than the Strap-On-Me Dual or the Addiction David, discussed next, do.

Bendable Dual-Density Dildo by Strap-On-Me

Currently $59.99 – 79.99 (CHECK PRICE here)
Flex: 180° – very flexible
Stability: 7.5/10 – moves gradually after fast strokes
Silicone density: Soft silicone (2A) over firmer silicone: 3 layers total
Notes: Best stability; best harness experience. Suction base.

A smoother, nonphallic toy, the Bendable Dual-Density by Strap-On-Me has the best G-/P-spot stim when you start to mooooove faster, because it’s reinforced! Strap-On-Me has added a firmer silicone backing under the soft-silicone outside of their “Bendable Dual-Density”—which is 2 layers of silicone over the posable metal core. Indeed, it’s actually triple-density = 3 layers of material.

The extra layer is smart, since Strap-On-Me toys are made for harness wear—when you may be applying more force to a dildo shaft, as it thrusts in and out:

Posable Strap-On-Me dildo - Bendable Dual-Density silicone in harness

As such, it’s a sweet first-time pegging / getting back into anal–kinda toy. And I appreciate the greater stability of this one myself for G-spot purposes when I’m extra-sensitive and don’t want to be thrusting so fast. Its slimness (the medium size is under 1.5 inches diameter; pictured above) makes it nice if you prefer less thickness. There are 3 sizes to choose between, with the small being really thin, and the large just below “average” girth.

Addiction Andrew / David by BMS

Currently $49.99 – 54.99 (CHECK PRICE here)
Flex: 90 to 100° – pretty flexible
Stability: 6.75/10 – tends to kink right or left as I start thrusting
Silicone density: Super-soft (00-50)
Notes: Smoothest silicone, really glides. Strong suction base.

The Addiction Andrew (tan) and David (very white) have the smoothest soft silicone. These posable toys—same shape, size, & materials, in different colors—were the first affordable option for bendable silicone dildos. And these average-size realistic toys perform decently.

BMS Addiction David flexible silicone dildo
David’s many moods.

The softness and the smoothness do make the Addiction bendable dildos a comfortable screw. They are slicker than skin, so I lose a bit of realistic sensation there, preferring the Naked Addiction Dual Density’s skin textures. I discuss the Addiction David’s stability more in my earlier review: It’s not bad, but will definitely veer to the side if you’re jerking it faster (or if you’re athletic enough to ride it on the floor). If you know that flexibility and gentle pressure make your bits happy, it’s worth having around.

The suction cup is super strong, btw! I’ve had to push a nail file under the edge of my BMS Addiction David’s base to break the seal on my shower wall, it was so stuck.

New York Toy Collective

Currently $144.99 – 184.99 (CHECK PRICE here)
Silicone density: Very soft & flexible
Notes: Artisan small business, trans-owned; high-quality silicone.

New York Toy Collective was the first creator of posable dildos, designed for pack-and-play purposes—so the same silicone phallus might be worn3 (curled under/strapped to the thigh) inside someone’s pants, and then be taken out for instant playtime with a partner. These are very smooth, slightly abstracted toys; with Shilo in particular featuring a hefty ridge, to balance out the squish of the super-soft silicone and still provide G-spot/P-spot stimulation.

New York Toy Collective posable silicone dildos
Screenshot of NYTC’s posable models from their Silicone Dildos shop page. Product photos property of New York Toy Collective, at newyorktoycollective.com.

I’ve felt the NYTC posable lineup in a boutique shop, but haven’t screwed with one myself. The silicone feel is indeed super-soft, and they bend easily. They’re definitely pretty flexible, and I expect they’d contour with one’s internal curves similarly like the Real Supple Silicone dildos do. But New York Toy Collective products are hand-made with purpose: If you love to support ethical indie businesses, then they are the one!

Blush Dr. Skin Silicone

Currently $23.99 – 28.99
Flex: 30° – hard to bend
Stability: 3/10 – solid, but doesn’t stay curved
Silicone density: Semi-soft (10A)
Notes: These are neither posable nor realistic-feeling.

Blush’s Dr. Skin Silicone line includes (1) posable dildos and (2) vibrating dildos with a firm core. Obviously, I’ll be covering #1 here. I have the Dr. Skin versions of the two toys formerly found—in much softer, 100% silicone—as the Neo Elite 6 Inch Tapered and the Neo Elite 7 Inch.

I like the stocky proportions of the Neo Elite 7 Inch, but always wanted it to curve the other direction, forward. So I was excited to try a bendable variant.

Dr. Skin Silicone dildos - Dr. Lucas and Dr. Samuel dildo in hand review
Dr. Samuel dildo, left; Dr. Lucas dildo, right.

Oops, color me disappointed. The Dr. Skin dildos are a 10A shore silicone outside, which makes them so much less flexible. I’ve forced the “Dr. Samuel” forward; I’ve put it under pressure. It does not bend forward more than 10 degrees; barely noticeable. It will bends backwards… a little more. Whereas the Dr. Lucas will bend forward, but then moves right back to its normal straight shape once I insert it inside my vagina.

These are the worst posable dildos I’ve ever felt, my friends. I feel like Blush Novelties stuck metal into the middle of these silicone dildos to cut costs, then decided to follow other companies by claiming “[it] contours and molds to your body”! as a selling point. These dildos contour as well as the “Sliding Skin” Dildo actually slides inside the vagina (which means… it doesn’t).

Fun Factory Limba Flex

Currently $59.99 (small) or 69.99 (large)
Silicone density: Firm, ≈21A Shore
Notes: Nonphallic; use thick lubricant due to drag.

Fun Factory’s Limba Flex, 2 sizes of nonrealistic dildo, are… an odd choice of silicone density for a toy that’s supposed to be flexible. I personally opted out of getting one of these toys because I like softer dildos (and Fun Factory only uses firmer silicone, over 20A), and I got a Fun Factory vibrator around the same time (2020 release) that was so draggy and gritty, I gave up on Fun Factory ever creating the smooth-silicone finish that’s standard for almost every vibrator brand. Even cheap mass-produced stuff.

Fun Factory Limba Flex posable dildo - Peepshow Toys
Borrowing Peepshow Toys’ image of small Limba Flex: copyright Hamilton Park Electronics.

The dragginess is something that can be masked with thick lube, especially hybrid lube, on the Stronic Real because I’m lost in the jiggly pulses. But for a nonpowered toy that I’m jerking fast by hand… No. Fun Factory’s silicone finish makes me think: This is really the best that your German engineering can bring us, sandpaper-finish? You’ve gotta be joking.

Do better, Fun Factory: This German luxury brand also needs to stop describing their thin dildo bases as suctioning to anything, really. You put weight on this type of FF base, or bend the shaft more than a little, and it doesn’t stick. It’s not purposefully designed as a suction cup: It doesn’t have cavity within, surrounded by a rim, to create an effective suction seal in the physical reality that we live in here on planet Earth. It’s a flat base, one that’s fine for harness wear—it’s not a suction cup base.

If you like hard pressure and slim nonrealistic dildos, the Fun Factory Limba Flex posable toys may still be worth checking out.

How Do Bendable Dildos Work?

Bendable dildos have a thin metal rod at their center, fully encapsulated by a softer material. (This guide features only toys with silicone as that outside layer—since silicone is the safest soft sex toy material.)

You can bend the posable rod back and forth (well, in all toys except the Dr. Skin silicone) with your hand, as desired. “Pose” it in a more dramatic curve for G-spot or prostate stimulation. Or keep it straighter if you want to go deeper: like for anal probing, or cervical or posterior fornix stimulation. Everyone’s anatomy and preferred angles and pressure points will vary some, so a bendable toy does give you lots of room to experiment.

Once you have the toy bent, lube it up and insert it in your preferred hole (vagina, anus, mouth…4)

Then, how well is that posable dildo gonna stay put?

How Well Do They Stay in Various Positions?

Variables, variables! Each posable dildo can withstand a certain amount of force, before it starts unbending. Remember that dual-density silicone dildos (with their pretty-firm silicone cores) can be pretty yielding too: Many of them flex with each stroke insidethe body. So I’ve rated the posable dildos above for how well they remain “posed.” But in this section, I’ll also describe which positions / usages will affect that posable silicone dildo shaft most.

From “stays curved” (#1) to “it’s gonna straighten out” (#6):

  1. Gentle Thrusting by Hand. This is how a posable dildo will keep its posed shape best. If you’re going slow, you’re applying less force against your insides.
  2. Slow Harness Use at certain angles. Once the dildo is inserted into your partner, if you use very slow strokes, and you’re not angling the dildo head sharply into their anal/vaginal wall—but instead, at a slight curve or more parallel with their rectum/vagina—then the shaft’s staying put.
  3. Suction-cupped & Riding Straight Up and Down. Or backing straight up into the toy, while leaning forward. A medium amount of force. If you bend your fully body forward, though, then the bendable shaft very well will curve with you!
  4. Faster Thrusting by Hand. More pressure, hittin’ those walls hard. (Which can still feel great!)
  5. Intense Suction-Cup Rides. Your body weight’s starting to bend the dildo shaft with itself.
  6. Bam! Harness Play. A.k.a., going for the gold: You’re gonna lose that prostate curve in an angled posable dildo.
Strap-On-Me Dual Density Bendable suction cup base

Also: Posable Vibrators

The following “rabbit” dual-stimulating vibrators have an adjustable posable section: either the shaft or the clitoral stimulator. This is helpful because rabbits can be tough to get alignment right with—if your clitoris-to-vagina distance isn’t about average. Mine isn’t, so I need at least one (if not both!) stimulator sections to bend & flex. Below is a short list of dual-stim vibrators with posable technology:

Posable vibrators - Lustful massager vs. We-Vibe Nova 2 flexibility
Lustful Massager vs. Nova 2 with full extension; both can close up their clit arms too, to accommodate short C-to-V distances.
  • We-Vibe Nova 2 ($149): Great shaft stability (the shaft is posable). Semi-soft silicone all over. Curling clit-massaging arm. I’ve named it as my favorite vibrator a dozen times: read why here.
  • Lustful Intimate Massager ($56.99): The clit stimulator is the posable section in this vibe, the opposite of Nova 2. The Lustful Massager is as flexible as Nova 2, and can stroke the clitoris similarly. The Lustful vibe is actually slightly stronger than the Nova on max. intensity, but is over $90 cheaper because Lustful has less vibration functions, the vibes are less rumbly, and the silicone is a thinner & firmer coat than Nova 2’s plush exterior. It’s great power for an affordable option, IMO.
  • We-Vibe Chorus ($199): We-Vibe’s premier “couples vibrator” made for hands-free clitoral stimulation during penis-in-vagina sex; it’s app-controlled too. The 2 adjustable joints make this one curve a lot. It fits quite ergonomically for me to wear while walking (wearing supportive shorts).
  • Evolved Bendable Sucker ($79.99): The middle section is flexible. Nice decently strong vibration in the shaft; pretty air pulse technology outside. The 9 inches length feels bulky to me! I can’t get it to fit properly. People with longer C-to-V distances should have more success.
  • Lora DiCarlo Ose 2 ($290): Less posable than the marketing would have you believe. Only the middle joining section is flexible, not the softball of a clit pulsator nor the 4-inch-insertable stroking shaft. Buy the clit stimulator alone instead, is my recommendation.

Have fun, whether you’re enjoy the flex or no! Leave a comment below if I’ve missed a good posable dual-stimulating vibrator, and let me know how you liked it!


NOTES

  1. Not something I do need to orgasm with a totally-realistic G-spot dildo.
  2. I’d need to pick up baggier jeans to make this posable dildo an actually discreet packer. Maybe some threads with, like, pockets that actually fit my car keys.
  3. If you are looking for a pack n play, consider the shortest one, Shilo, for sure if you seek discretion. Sources: Hey Epiphora and A FemmeCock. Leroy will be ginormous inside pants, and the girthy Carter may be problematic as well. Mason is also longer than Shilo.
  4. Do be sure to sanitize a toy before vaginal or oral use if it’s previously been used anally, is the only safety caveat here.

2 thoughts on “Posable Dildo List – Safe Silicone”

  1. The Femme Funn Ultra Rabbit and Lelo Wave toys are somewhat poseable in the way you can stop the internal arm motion at the desired position

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    • Hey, thanks for the quick response! The FemmeFunn Cora and Lelo Soraya Wave (maybe the Ina Wave as well, I’m not sure there) do both have very flexible clit stimulators, but they’re not posable (meaning that they don’t have a metal underpinning that’s posed and then stays put after one’s hand is removed).

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