Silicone Dildo Firmness: Single- and Dual-Density Dildo Squish Rankings

I *love* silicone dildos—from the best dual-density silicone to squishy-soft single-density silicone. After all, silicone dildos are the only body-safe sex toys that can feel soft (or very hard!). If you want a penis-like feel in your sex toy—or you want an abstract dildo that’s soft but not floppy—then a dual-density dildo is the way to go. (But be sure it’s dual-density silicone, because there are also dual layer dildos made from unsafe TPE and PVC.)

Finding my favorite silicone toys was a trial-and-error process, because silicone blends do vary so much. After lots of testing, I wrote this dildo firmness guide to help you figure out how soft or hard various brands of silicone dildos are—and hopefully, which might work best for you. I update this guide constantly with new silicone dildo releases: last update September 2019!

Skip ahead to the comparative “squish lists”: the Dual-Density Dildos section for the unique feel of a two-layer toy, or the Single-Density Dildos section for everything else. And if price is a big factor for you, also check out my list of places to find affordable silicone sex toys.

Squish Matters

Quality platinum-cured silicone is a beautiful material for sex toys because:

  1. It’s functionally nonporous and hydrophobic, meaning that it naturally protects against bacterial growth (unlike less-safe materials including TPR/TPE, PVC, latex, “rubber,” and “jelly”).
  2. It can be fully sanitized—killing all bacteria and microorganisms—because it’s very chemically stable and resistant to high temperatures. That makes it safe to use for years at a time, and after sanitizing a toy, you can use it vaginally after having used it anally or use it with a different partner.1
  3. It can be soft! Softer silicone toys include more dimethicone (polydimethylsiloxane, or PDMS)—basically, silicone oil. “Softness” might seem like a strange quality to be looking for in an artificial erection, but materials like stainless steel, wood, ceramic, and plastic have no hopes of feeling lifelike, ever—and toys made of these hard materials are often uncomfortable for the more sensitive toy user.

That’s why I believe every new dildo-buyer should know that silicone toys vary in so many ways: not just in size and shape, but in firmness.

Dildo hardness can be measured on a scale called shore durometer. Smooth-On, the leading US silicone manufacturer, has a helpful graphic on this page that compares three different shore durometer scales, two of which (00 and A) are used to grade sex toys:

  • 00-20 through 00-50 is extremely soft. 00-20 is usually only for penis masturbation sleeves, 00-30 is very soft for dildos, and 00-50 is a popular squishy firmness for fantasy dildos.
  • 1A to 8A range from squishy to still fairly soft.
  • 10A is soft(ish) for sex toys; 15A is starting to get firmer. 20A is somewhat hard, especially when used on sensitive erogenous zones.
  • The graphic still labels 30A as soft too, but that’s soft for industrial use; 40A is “medium soft,” as per Smooth-On. But 40A doesn’t feel too much different from glass when it’s pounding you.

Knowing a toy’s shore strength can give you some idea of how it’ll feel inside you before you buy. But it’s not an absolute guarantee of how the toy will feel for your body, because (1) individual sensitivity differs, and (2) other factors can affect the final hardness of platinum-cured silicone—especially the size of the toy. (The larger a toy in the same silicone blend, the firmer it’ll feel overall.)

The Squish Lists

Dual-Density Dildos

Dual-density dildos create a more penis-like effect through their two layers of silicone: a soft outside hugging a firm core. All the best realistic dildos are two layered: That way, the toy can be yielding (more like flesh) but not bend backward when you’re really pounding it. The reigning monarch of dual-density dildos, the VixSkin Mustang has almost a cult following for its squishy G-spot/prostate goodness, while I think the most likelife overall is the BMS Naked Addition. And if you’re looking for comfort but not a realistic look, then consider the Blush Real Nude dils and the Tantus Flurry and Cush.

For BIG dildos (2″+ diameter), I recommend the VixSkin Maverick, Ranger, Outlaw, and Randy; or the Uberrime Large Splendid for more pressure.

For a petite toy, check out the VixSkin Spur especially.

See my YouTube videos for a live demo: pt. 1, firmer to pretty soft; and pt. 2, pretty soft to super squishy. From firmest to softest feel, here’s my updated list of dual density silicone dildos:

  1. Most stable duals: Blush Novelties’ Ruse Jammy and the Silicone Willy’s line2 are two layers—silicone outside + ABS plastic inside—but aren’t marketed as dual-density because the silicone layer is firmer than other duals, at 20A shore. My Silicone Willy’s 6″ has a grabby, skin-like texture that I enjoy, and I think the Jammy is big-dick excellence for its affordable price. These will not bend when you suction-cup them to anything!
  2. Most grabby skin lines: Tantus O2 realistic dildos are on the firmer side, especially the bullet-vibe-compatible Sam, Duchess, and Alan (review here). Of the non-vibrating realistics, next-firmest is Uncut #1, my dual-density dildo awakening, whose outer layer of silicone measures up to 10A shore; while Gary is a much-softer 5A. The Tantus O2 realistics have a grabby finish that adds some friction—which I love but some people find abrupt.
  3. Metallic-pigmented impact: The Uberrime Splendid Dual-Density Dildo now comes in three sizes—all handmade by an independent artist in the US. I love my (medium) Splendid, enough to call it the best new G-spotter of 2018. Splendid dildos are made of Smooth-On premium skin-safe silicone and test at about 2A shore in the heads: now softer (close to the Neo Elite dildos, #7 below). When I want more impact, I like that the medium Splendid is a little harder than VixSkin—and the large Splendid is more ooomph than that with its ball of a head.
  4. Classic dual-density: Tantus O2 less-phallic dildos: This means the Tantus Cush and Tantus Flurry! The Cush has a much squashier head than my Tantus realistics, and a smoother finish too. (Damn close to the Uberrime above, in fact.) Tantus was one of the first dual-density silicone makers and has a 20-year history of producing premium body-safe silicone.
  5. Best affordable realistics: Blush Neo Elite is now my top general recommendation; they’re a great balance of soft and firm, and they go for about $30 each. See my comparison of all 4 models here. And they have new glow-in-the-dark ones that light up like crazy when you stick ’em in sunlight first!!!
  6. Pleasure Works Firm Core Silicone dildos are, IMO, easy to overlook in the sea of dual density, but they’re solid enough toys. Siren Vibrating is one of the few non-phallic duals, with a G-spotty head. See my Cadet Vibrating review here.
  7. Best affordable pegging/nonrealistic dildos: Blush Novelties’ Real Nude-Avant dual-density dildos are even smushier than Blush’s Neo Elite toys, plus very slick. All Real Nude-Avants (Ergo, Ergo Mini, Suko) have a very firm core that doesn’t bend with thrusting. Suko and then Ergo have good to great suction cups. These toys were formerly part of Blush’s Real Nude line, but were moved into the Avant collection as D7–D12: exact same dildos, marginally different names.
  8. Bendable/posable dual density: Addiction David has a metal core that bends at many angles: see my video here if you’re curious. This makes it great for suction-cupping to a wall and getting the right position. David’s outer layer is soft like Naked Addiction (next) but it’s a little slicker, so it’s not quite as skinlike—but perfect for users who want a sleeker feel.
  9. My favorite realistic-feeling toy: BMS Naked Addiction Dual Density Dildo is pretty damn lifelike, and the silicone finish is outstanding: neither too slick nor too draggy. A good balance, like dual-density is meant to be. I think this dildo feels better in my hand than VixSkin, and pretty amazing in my vag too. Also, the suction cup works well! I truly wish this toy came in different colors, shapes, and sizes too, I need more!
  10. Classic shapes at a low price: The two NS Colours Dual Density Silicone dongs3 are realistic toys that are as affordable as Blush Neo Elite but stand out for two reasons: the 8 Inch Colours Dual is the way to go for bigger but budget-friendly, while the 5″ here comes in three flesh tones (unlike Neo Elite). Colours Dual Density is squishy outside, but I can feel the veins more; and its stickiness requires more lube and more careful cleaning. The suction cups are good.
  11. The original posable dildos: New York Toy Collective’s dildos really have some nice squish in the heads especially.4 The NYTC packing dildos—Shilo, Mason, Carter, and Leroy—were created for packing & playing; Shilo is the most popular due to its average size (easier to hide in pants). NYTC also makes one traditional dual-density dildo (with a silicone core instead of metal), called Ellis (my review here), whose density is realistic but the texture is super grabby. (Now that I own a BMS Naked Addiction Dual, I know I’d buy it over Ellis because it’s a slightly better feel for half the price.)
  12. Artisan realism: Uberrime’s Supero is this indie US maker’s most lifelike creation by far—an excellent firmness balance. Or, the Dulce dildo is similar but extra-curved and uncut. Uberrime Bella (in teal!) has a larger head, but the same size core as the smaller Supero—so Bella feels squashier.
  13. Big black cock: Black Cock Denerick is by a totally new toymaker, but Denerick is very well-made, with lots of great skin detailing. It’s an awesome stretch.
  14. THE KING of dual-density, VixSkin, by Vixen Creations: The VixSkin Mustang is the single most popular dual on the market—it’s hard not to love its softness and protruding head, which feels so damn good hitting my G-spot over and over. The outer layer of VixSkin is luxuriously squishy, around the feel of the soft options from many fantasy toy makers. VixSkin dils are sticky, but with lube, the shafts feel incredibly smooth and glide easily. If you like realism but don’t like much texture, then VixSkin is really the best.
  15. Fantasy duals: Lust Arts has three horror/fantasy dildos—a Frankenstein monster, a mermaid, and a dragon snout—where you choose your silicone firmness for both layers, an option that no other dildo maker offers.

But do you want *the best*??? RealDoll’s RealCock 2 is my favorite inanimate object, my prize possession. The triple-density formula is truly luxury in dick-shaped form (full review here). I have Dirk, the largest of the 3 models; Jones is the most average-sized one. The RealCocks are unique in that their “Sil-Slide” technology allows the silicone to move and stretch a little more than all the dual-density dildos above. And the balls…OMG I’ve never been so attached to a pair of fake ones—they’re stunningly realistic, a turn-on by themselves. RealCocks now come in 3 flesh tones and all include a Vac hole to mount the (very large) base onto a Vac harness, a Vac suction cup, or a full male RealDoll; or stick a large bullet vibe (like Exposed Nocturnal) inside instead.

Single-Density Dildos

Single-density silicone is what it sounds like: one layer of silicone (all the same firmness) makes up the whole toy. Here’s a listing of the toy firmnesses I have accurate information about (from the manufacturers themselves and usually from personal experience):

First my personal favorite category: softer silicone dildos. Squish demo of the semi-soft to soft toys here, and of really soft options here. Bullet points run from SOFTEST to HARDEST in this section.

Soft Squishy Dildos

  • The softest (nonpenetrable) fantasy toys are made from the squashy 00-30 silicone.5 Mr. Hankey’s Toys will also do this density by special request: 30% Soft. These toys are the perfect example of squish! I would recommend this density most for THICK toys, or very textured ones, as the flexibility feels kinda flaccid to me, floppy, in toys below 2.5 inches diameter. If you’re very sensitive to texture or want to buy an extra-large toy that isn’t painful, this will be your best option.
All SquarePegToys fleshy realistics come in SuperSoft Bronze (Steve, Leo, & Nathan here), SuperSoft Graphite (Mel here), and Dirk (Chestnut here).

Still Soft, Not SOOOO Squishy

Soft silicone dildos Fuze Ten, Xenocat Artifacts, Tantus Super Soft, ColourSoft, Bad Dragon
Firm-soft to super-soft: Fuze Ten Foreman; Xenocat Artifacts Caiman in medium firmness; Tantus Echo Super Soft; NS Novelties ColourSoft 8″; and Bad Dragon Flint in firm.

Medium-Soft Dildos

Next are dildos that I would classify as “medium firm,” between 10A and 19A shore. You can bend these middle-of-the-density-road dildos in half if you’re really trying, but they won’t yield much as a soft toy while you’re thrusting fast. See a flexibility demo of these here. From softest-medium to firmest-medium:

Other silicone toys that aren’t in this list (because I have no experience with them) are Pleasure Works’ single density (not Firm Core); Wet for Her; any of the various densities of Hole Punch “artisanal” toys; Doc Johnson’s Platinum Edition single-density (not Truskyn); and Fleshlight’s Fleshlight Freaks (though the latter may use the same silicone as the Fleshjack Boys and Fleshjack Guys).

Firm Dildos

The most firm dildos are not silicone: glass and stainless steel are extra-hard. Go with the Njoy Pure Wand for the most intense spot pressure (G-spot or prostate) around, known for inducing squirting.

Firm silicone dildo lineup comparison
Luzarte Polka Dot Jollet; Tantus Vibrating Vamp (grab bag version); Lovehoney 7 Inch Curved; Fun Factory Big Boss; and Fuze Harmony.

And as for silicone favorites: see a flexibility demo here, and keep reading for softest-firm to hardest-firm. Remember, the higher the number on the Shore (A) scale, the harder it feels!

Figuring Out What You Want

Not sure exactly what you’d like? The most affordable way to get a general idea of whether you like firm or soft is to check out one or two of the following silicone dildos under $30:

  1. Hard: Tantus Acute, grab bag version.
  2. Pretty firm (not rock solid, but definitely not soft): Blush Luxe dildos for more abstract; or Colours Pleasures Small, Colours Pleasures Thin, or Blush Ruse dildos for realistic options.
  3. Medium firmness: Blush Novelties Avant P1 through P3 (review here) and Temptasia Reina are just bordering on soft. I love the satiny finish on these toys, and the Avant models have good suction cups too.
  4. Kinda squishy: ColourSoft 5″, a soft but veiny suction cup dildo in 6A shore.
  5. Super soft: SquarePeg’s Blunt Plugs are a dildo/plug hybrid that’s very squishy, like a fantasy dildo.
  6. Cheap dual-density! Soft outside, plus firm core for a more erect-like effect. Two of the Neo Elite realistic dildos sell for under $30. That’s awesome for two layers of platinum silicone.

If you’re looking for a fantasy toy that can be custom-ordered in different densities, inexpensive options include: Strange Bedfellas’ size small toys; Damn Average’s smaller toys, which randomly appear in the Etsy shop in various firmnesses; and the small or mini sizes of many Exotic Erotics dildos go for $35–40 (without custom colors added).

Thanks for reading! I hope this guide helps you find a toy that’s just right for you. Feel free to email me at phallophilereviews@gmail.com for specific recommendations.

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Notes

  1. Assuming you have their consent to this, of course!
  2. This description is about the non-vibrating Silicone Willy’s; the Silicone Willy’s 9 Inch Vibrating is a squishy 5A shore over the plastic rod that encloses the motor inside; while I hear that the 8 Inch Vibrating is firmer.
  3. Don’t confuse these with Colours 2X dual density TPE, which is porous and shouldn’t be used long-term.
  4. Both VixSkin and NYTC Ellis’s heads don’t even measure on a shore A durometer, meaning they’re softer than 00-50.
  5. Though Kudu Voodoo does offer super-soft dildos in the softer 00-20 silicone, which is what Bad Dragon uses for its penis masturbation sleeves.
  6. 00-50 silicone and 5A silicone feel a lot different; the 00 and A scales are not equivalent.
  7. Especially in fantasy-toy “small” or “mini,” like 2″ max. diameter or less. Toys with heavy heads or long, straight shafts will bend in half more easily than tapered toys.
  8. Tantus confirmed this to me via email in February 2019.
  9. Plus or minus 2 degrees in shore, again because variation occurs!
  10. I get 21A for the 7″ Curved.
  11. Plus or minus 2 degrees of shore durometer, because Fuze is very precise; my Alpha tests at 21A.

One thought on “Silicone Dildo Firmness: Single- and Dual-Density Dildo Squish Rankings

  1. Kajal

    May 28, 2018 at 6:13am

    Dear,
    I am in search of a good silicone dildo for pegging for first timers. I very much liked your this article on firmness. I found VixSkin line esp. Goodfella very attractive. I was told that it will not work as it should be hard for anal or pegging. Are VixSkin products too soft for pegging? Should I go for Tantus products? Kindly give your valuable advice and guide me. Thanks in advance.

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      Felicity

      May 28, 2018 at 12:41pm

      I’m not sure who told you that, but tons of people love VixSkin for pegging! Give it a go if you’re interested.

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  2. Jaim

    October 14, 2018 at 7:35pm

    I love your articles ,they are so helpful and erudite and I like anything that comes with explanations. It’s pertinent to know which dildo materials are safe and non-porous (silicone) and how they can be cleaned and your articles cover that information. I’m glad I came across this site.

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      Felicity

      October 16, 2018 at 5:17pm

      Thanks so much! I’m glad you enjoy my style! I do like to give as many details as possible (because I love details!) while still being readable. Please let me know if you have any specific questions!

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  3. Stevie

    December 3, 2018 at 4:59pm

    This article was very helpful! However I can’t afford trial and error with such expensive items, unfortunately. I am looking for a toy I can comfortably pack with and also use. One that maybe I can bend to go between my legs and tuck in boxer briefs? I use an underwear harness. If you could help point me in the right direction I would love to hear your suggestions. I don’t know my preference for hardness, usually not too squishy but firm enough for play.

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      Felicity

      December 4, 2018 at 9:11pm

      Honestly I think there’s only one option that’s multipurpose enough to work well for both penetrative play and comfortable, not-too-bulgy packing, and that’s New York Toy Collective’s dildos with a bendable metal rod as their core, like Shilo here. Those are expensive is the thing. Anything else that bends easily is going to be necessarily be kinda squishy.

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      • Stevie

        March 21, 2019 at 12:11pm

        Thank you! I have done loads of research here and I have come to the same conclusion. It definitely seems to be the best fit for what I want. Finally going to order so I will let you know the results!

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  4. Jim ,Erica

    January 19, 2019 at 11:19am

    Thank you for posting all this information. extremely helpful. Just got vixskin 8 in 1.5 inch diameter suction cup . No smell body safe ,it cost 3 x as much as a stinky rubber one. Well worth it… any suggestions we are looking for longer 12 plus 1.75 max body safe of course but something a little softer than the vixskin for oral fun? Had a cyber glow that was real nice don’t know if it was body safe? Very soft and good for oral practice.

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      Felicity

      January 22, 2019 at 6:27pm

      Hi there, sorry for the slow response! Yes, Cyberskin isn’t great for prolonged use especially because it’s porous and will allow bacteria to start growing.

      Softer than VixSkin is hard to find: you’re going to want to go for an uncored, soft fantasy dildo, and even then, finding one that’s very long without being too thick is a big challenge. Maybe check out the SquarePeg Slink, or browse Mr. Hankey’s toys. With that length, finding a good, working suction cup is going to be extremely difficult.

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  5. Jim ,

    February 4, 2019 at 8:01pm

    Lots of information to take in. Thanks again!!! Do you have any recommendations for a soft double end dildo ? Body safe.

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  6. Jim ,Erica

    February 5, 2019 at 3:22pm

    Even after we read all of this info. Wow ! Who do you trust ? Found a double ended 16.5 inch Dorcel dildo. on 2 different sites both have different opinions? Bettys toy Box and Early to bed . Neither say body safe. but they say silicone. We don’t want a smell porous one. Now back to the best lube! 🙂

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  7. Jim ,Erica

    February 5, 2019 at 3:23pm

    Even after we read all of this info. Wow ! Who do you trust ? Found a double ended 16.5 inch Dorcel dildo. on 2 different sites both have different opinions? Bettys toy Box and Early to bed . Neither say body safe. but they say silicone. We don’t want a smell porous one. Now back to the best lube! 🙂 Thanks

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      Felicity

      February 6, 2019 at 5:01pm

      I trust both of those. At any reputable retailer, silicone should be silicone, and all truly silicone sex toys are body-safe. It’s just that sometimes on Amazon or Ebay or Aliexpress or similar, companies will label toys as silicone that are actually TPE. You won’t have that issue at those two shops or at any of my favorite online sex toy sellers.

      Sliquid is really great! I use Sliquid Sassy most of the time.

      My apologies for missing your previous comment! Unfortunately there really aren’t many double dildos that are actually *soft* silicone. If the flexibility is what you’re looking for, then the Blush Ruse double dil is U-shaped (but not particularly soft).

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  8. Dru

    April 8, 2019 at 3:00pm

    Would you say mr Hankeys medium firm is firmer then vixsen dual density? I have the outlaw but feel it’s to soft for anal

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      Felicity

      April 9, 2019 at 1:39am

      Hankey’s medium density is definitely harder than the super-soft outer layer of all VixSkin toys. It’s not really firm, but it’s not so, so squishy either. I think “medium” is a perfect name for it.

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      • Em

        April 15, 2020 at 8:47am

        Which would be your preference for a combination of oral and pegging (anal) use out of Mr Hankeys medium firm, 75% soft, or Vixskin? We are very close to pushing the button on either a Hankeys Rentman or an Outlaw. How to decide?? 🙂

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          Felicity

          April 15, 2020 at 4:01pm

          Ooh, that’s a great question! It’s hard because they are different experiences I can’t say that one is better than the other for penetration.

          For toys to *blow*, though, I would pick any Hankey’s because I feel like there’s a touch more skin texture, vs. VixSkin feeling extra-super-smooth when wet.

          With Outlaw, the firm core does make it stay straighter, so it depends on whether you’re wanting to ram-rod your partner more like a fucking machine—or whether you want to lean over them in doggy and have the soft silicone bend easier with your bodies.

          I hope this makes sense? Thanks for reading.

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          • Em

            April 15, 2020 at 10:24pm

            That’s helpful, thank you!

            I’m on the receiving end, and to be honest she probably spends more time ram-rodding it into my throat than other places, so maybe Hankeys it is.

            Also, based on what I’ve seen you write elsewhere on here, you think the medium firm Hankeys option loses some of that skin realism? Or would it be necessary for vigorous play, because the 75% would be more prone to folding over and being excessively floppy?

            Thanks again <3

  9. Newbie

    April 9, 2019 at 6:31pm

    Girlfriend wants a first dildo and I was just about to pull the trigger on the ColourSoft 8″ when I found the Colours Dual Density 8″. I’m in decision paralysis! Suggestions? I also saw on peepshow that the the dual density is 1.8 in diameter vs the soft which is 2.0 in diameter. Is that true, or should I assume they are the same size? Your articles are super helpful!!

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      Felicity

      April 9, 2019 at 8:27pm

      I would be in decision paralysis too!!! I’ve had both for about three months now, and it’s like flipping a coin a lot of the time.

      So in re the sizing, the Colours Dual is slightly smaller. It’s really about 1.85″ diameter, while the ColourSoft is 1.9 something. It’s not a huge difference but if you have both side by side and are looking really hard, you might notice.

      I do really like the extra squish in the head with the Colours Dual, since its outer layer is about 1A shore vs. the 6A of the ColourSofts. I’d say the Colours Duals feel more realistic overall except for that the fact that the balls have the firm core too, so it’s unusual to me how hard they are.

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      • Newbie

        April 10, 2019 at 5:40pm

        I don’t know how you stay so on top of your comment threads. It’s amazing. So based on what you’re saying, I’ll probably go with the Dual, unless there is any benefit of getting the Soft for a beginner. THANKS!

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  10. Newbie

    April 12, 2019 at 10:21pm

    One last question – as I still haven’t pulled the trigger on the Colours Dual or Soft. My own diameter is 1.75″, which she has no problem with (no warm up needed, etc). Considering that the Dual is 1.85″ and the Soft is 1.9″, is that a big enough difference from my own girth for a significant difference? The goal of buying the toy was to incorporate something thicker for more fullness / stretch. If you were us, would that factor into whether or not you chose the Dual vs Soft (or something else entirely like the 2″ Jammy Ruse – which I wish was softer)?

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      Felicity

      April 14, 2019 at 12:46am

      I’d probably go with the ColourSoft, knowing that. Also, I like that (although the vein texture is still pretty apparent) the ColourSoft doesn’t absorb quite as much lube/isn’t quite as sticky as the Colours Dual.

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  11. V

    May 5, 2019 at 5:56pm

    Your shore strength guides are so helpful- especially the corresponding youtube videos, it’s a lot easier to get the idea from seeing that from description (for me anyway)

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      Felicity

      May 5, 2019 at 9:45pm

      Awesome! I’m glad I added the videos, you’re right, it’s nice to *see* the toys sometimes instead of just reading descriptions.

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  12. knowyourbody

    May 6, 2019 at 7:50pm

    This one is one of your articles I often come back to. It is so helpful when wondering if a toy would be a good option for me. I also really appreciate that you added the videos. It is helpful to see the squish and the toy bends under your fingers. Happy birthday to your blog!

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      Felicity

      May 6, 2019 at 9:11pm

      Thanks for the kind words, and I’m glad the guide has helped!!!

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  13. J

    May 24, 2019 at 2:47pm

    This blog post is SO helpful to me. My partners and I own a bunch of relatively cheap silicone dongs (all shaped like human peens) and then one expensive Bad Dragon fantasy dong. We want to find a realistic pale flesh-coloured dildo that’s around as soft as the Bad Dragon one because the others we own are just so firm it kind of hurts to get pounded with them. I’ve been looking through your list of soft dildos and most of them seem to be weird colours or fantasy shapes, which is a shame. Do you know of any dildos that are realistically shaped and coloured (or at least semi-realistic) and still relatively soft?

    Thanks so much!

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      Felicity

      May 28, 2019 at 11:08pm

      Yay, glad to hear it’s helpful! The outer layer of VixSkin is comparable to BD’s soft firmness (but with a firm core). For G-spot or prostate, Mustang is the best.

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  14. Dingeling

    September 28, 2019 at 12:10pm

    We have the Vixen Vixskin Mustang, but my wife would like a softer squishier dildo (the same si,e or slightly less girthy). What would you recommend?

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      Felicity

      September 28, 2019 at 3:30pm

      I recommend a soft and *uncored* toy, so you get that gentleness like in Mustang’s ridge but without the hardness underneath. In particular, check out Mr. Hankey’s Toy’s Xtra-Small series, which are squishy and super-flexible. Big Daddy and Anaconda are about the same max. girth as Mustang, and just slightly longer. Like VixSkin, Hankey’s silicone has a slicker feel.

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  15. Felix

    January 6, 2020 at 3:41am

    My wife and I have been looking for a dildo for her to use to simulate addind a 3rd. We tried a suction cup vibrator and it just didn’t do it for her because it had to much flop. She thought it felt too much like someone with a semi, and wanted something that felt more like a very hard erection with little flex to it. It seems like either the Willys or the Ruse are the best option of we go with silicon, but I didnt know of those are even really that rigid. Most reviews seem to love that you can fold a dual core dildo in half with little effort, which, unless I have abnormally firm erections, is not SUPER realistic, so it’s difficult to find any really helpful info. Any thoughts? Is silicon just not going to work? What other materials should we look at?

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      Felicity

      January 6, 2020 at 4:23am

      Silicone is the only non-porous material that be soft, so it’s your only truly hygienic option. (TPR/TPE and PVC allow bacterial buildup.)

      The Ruse Jammy & Silicone Willy’s have plastic cores inside, so they’re definitely not bending. However, they don’t feel especially realistic because you lose the skin feel with the silicone layer being approximately 15A shore.

      Flexibility also varies according to how thin the dual-density dildo is in proportion to its length. So, for example, the Blush Neo Elite 7.5″ is significantly easier to bend than the 6″ model made of the same silicones because of the proportions.

      My thought is that your best compromise is the Uberrime Splendid, as it’s not especially soft outside and it’s a bit flexible but not especially. (I mean, the erections I’ve encountered have been slightly flexible too, not rock solid!) Also keep in mind that it’s fine to apply larger amounts of force to a dildo than you would want to to a human being, because pain.

      I have a YouTube vid here I made a while back showing the firmer dual-density silicone dildos!

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