Comparison of Dual-Density, Realistic Silicone Dildos

September 21st, 11   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comment
Comparison of Dual-Density, Realistic Silicone Dildos

In order; Happy Valley, Tantus Super Soft, VixSkin

This article is a comparison of four different types of realistic-type of silicone dildos. I’m not including the non-realistic “skin” type of material, so regular silicone dildos will not be included. In this case, I’m comparing Vixen Creations VixSkin, Happy Valley’s realistic dildo, Tantus’s O2, and Tantus’s SuperSoft material. For this comparison, I’ll be specifically using the Tantus O2 Adam dildo, the VixSkin Johnny, the Happy Valley Lucky, and the Tantus VIP Super Soft.

Details

Happy Valley Dildos:
I was not expecting the Happy Valley Lucky to have a type of dual-density silicone going on, but it does, It’s not as pronounced as other types of the dual-density silicone, but it does have a softer surface with a firmer inner core. Unlike other dual-density, realistic-feeling silicone toys, though, the Happy Valley silicone seems to be a bit firmer and less likely to “give” under pressure. For example, when in a harness, the Happy Valley silicone will still retain a curve against gravity while some of the other toys will straighten out. The Happy Valley silicone also doesn’t seem to have any specific detailing on the testicles or veins throughout the body of the toy. The Happy Valley silicone also has the most amount of drag, so it does require the most amount of lubricant. This silicone will bend, but it probably won’t bend as much during use. It’s definitely suitable for most activities, but you can’t use a regular dildo as a packing cock unless you really want to stand at attention due to the fact that it doesn’t bend well. If you want your toy to look relatively realistic but still stay strong and unwavering, the Happy Valley silicone toys are your best bet.

Comparison of Dual-Density, Realistic Silicone Dildos

The heads of the dildos. Happy Valley, Tantus Super Soft, and VixSkin

VixSkin Dildos:
VixSkin certainly pays the most attention to details. If you are wanting a dildo that’s going to be the most realistic-looking with skin details, veins, and the head detailing, VixSkin is the way to go. VixSkin has the second-most amount of drag, so it does require some good lubrication to insert. Out of all of the dual-density dildos, VixSkin is the most squishy as well, and the VixSkin toys become more squishy the larger the diameter of the toy. The toy will work well for harness use, but it does tend to fall prey to gravity, so it may not retain that nice, extreme curve when met with a harness. If you want the ultra-realistic experience, the VixSkin toys are where it’s at due to the color and detailing.

Tantus O2 Dildos:
Despite the ultra-detailing on the VixSkin, I think Tantus O2 definitely wins as my “favorite” by a slight hair. I’m not much for dildos that create a drag which the VixSkin toys do. The Tantus O2 silicone is very slick, and while it has a slight drag, it has the least amount of drag of dual-density silicone dildos that I’ve encountered. Tantus O2 silicone has the “dual-density” aspect varied in different aspects – just like a real cock. Along the top portion of the shaft, there is little-to-no squish, but along the bottom of the shaft, there’s a lot more squish. The head is squishy as well. The squish of the Tantus O2 is the least amount of all of these mentioned toys. The O2 line is worth checking into if you want a realistic, dual-density silicone that doesn’t produce as much of a drag on the skin.

Comparison of Dual-Density, Realistic Silicone Dildos

Showing the testicles of the dildos. Left to right. Happy Valley, Tantus Super Soft, VixSkin

Tantus Super Soft Dildos:
This guy is probably misplaced in this catagory as it isn’t a dual-density silicone. Instead, it’s actually the “singular density” silicone, and it’s made completely of the outer, softer layer that you find with the Tantus O2 line. It does not have an inner core. The SuperSoft does bend with extreme amounts of ease, and when in a harness, it is pretty darned droopy. The Super Soft can work as an anal toy, but it’s best left to vaginal use because it bends so easily (which could make insertion a giant pain). The best use for the Super Soft is harness use; it’s soft enough to be a packing cock during the day, but when you take it out, it is hard enough for insertion. (Do note that your “packing cock” will give you an obvious bulge, though, as the Tantus VIP Super Soft, which is the only one that is available right now, is a larger dildo.)

Overall

Squishy Factor: (Greatest squish to least squish)
Tantus Super Soft, VixSkin, Happy Valley, Tantus O2

Holds It Shape Well: (Best at holding to least at holding)
Happy Valley, Tantus O2, VixSkin, Tantus Super Soft

Amount of Drag: (most drag to least drag)
Happy Valley, VixSkin, Tantus Super Soft, Tantus O2

 

Type of Silicone Best Used For:

Happy Valley: Unwavering shape
VixSkin: For an ultra-detailed, realistic experience
Tantus O2: If you prefer slicker toys
Tantus Super Soft: To go from packing to penetrating

I’m sure that’s not all of the realistic silicone dildos that exist, but those are the main four that I hear about on a regular basis. For comparison, I only own one Super Soft and Happy Valley realistic dildo, but I own multiple Tantus O2 toys and Vixen Creations VixSkin dildos. For comparison, I attempted to leave out the shape and size of each dildo and critique the material and design as a whole. Let me know if you have any other questions about the differences between realistic dildos!




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