When it comes to dildos, I’m quite an easy to please kind of guy. As long as the material is body safe, then I’m happy to give anything a try.

But my ever-growing collection of toys was missing (and has been missing) some seriously good silicone dildos. Up until the last week, the only silicone cock I had was the Brent Corrigan dildo by Fleshjack (and it’s a very good dildo – don’t get me wrong). Subsequently, I have now seen an influx of silicone penis, so look out over the next coming weeks for reviews of some Tantus and Vixen silicone dildos.

But prior to being contacted by Bondara to review one of their new own brand silicone dildos, I only had the one, so I of course jumped at the chance to try out something new. I was offered a dildo in a choice of colours and sizes, but as I prefer realism as much as possible (with the exception of glass products, which are just too damn beautiful regardless of shape and size) I went for the Flesh colour in Large (more on size details later). When it arrived, I was eager to give it a spin (or several spins). So how did it stack up? Well let’s find out.

First Impressions

Packaging wise, it’s incredibly simple. A basic plastic clamshell package with a plain black card insert with Bondara’s logo. It’s simple and no frills. Maybe it’s because I’m a packaging snob, but I have to admit, I wasn’t expecting the best quality based on the outer packaging – but I must keep telling myself “Never judge a book by it’s cover” because what is inside the packaging, is incredibly high quality in terms of both look and feel.

For starters, it’s got a nice hefty weight (420g) so it feels really sturdy. It’s made from 100% silicone and is firm but with a decent amount of ‘squish’ to it too. In fact, in terms of firmness, it’s about the same as the Brent Corrigan – so if you’ve had a play with one of those before, you’ll get a good idea of how this one feels.

I chose the Flesh in Large. This particular toy has an insertable length of 6.5 inches, and has a circumference of 5.5 inches around it’s widest point. At the moment, this is as large as I can go in terms of insertable toys however if you are looking for something bigger, there is an XL available (details to follow at the end of the review).

The dildo has some intense, realistic detailing. The shaft is covered with bulging veins which add some toe-curling texture. It has a tapered glans allowing for easy insertion, which is extremely prominent and has some nicely detailed texture around where the frenulum would be. All in all, I’ve got to admit, it’s one of the more impressive looking and feeling realistic dildos I’ve seen in a while. I should stress at this point, that if textured toys are too intense for you, you may not get on as well with this as I did, however, I am a total texture queen.

In Use

Based on my experiences with the Brent toy, I knew that this was something I was going to need to work up to. After getting myself prepared with a quick session with a butt plug, I was ready to try the grand insertion. As this is a silicone dildo, you are best using a water-based lubricant, and I would recommend a fair amount, as the shaft is very textured, and without enough lube, the silicone can drag a little bit.

Now the only place in my house with surfaces suitable for a suction cup was the bathroom (as it’s tiled) so I popped myself into the bathroom and got myself ready. After lubing up, I ceremoniously slapped the toy against the wall and slowly turned to back myself onto it. Even after a bit of a warm up, this still felt just a bit too much, so I decided to try a different position. I also found that whilst the suction cup is ‘strong’ I did find that when it was stuck against the wall, there was a tendency for it to slide down the wall quite easily. So instead, I opted to I stick the dildo to the floor, and got on my knees. As I lowered myself onto the dildo, there was an intense, almost jarring ‘POP’ as the tip of the dildo slipped in past the sphincter. “Holy Shit” I muttered. This also stopped it from sliding around as much.

As I worked my way down the thick shaft, the bulging veins provided deep, almost to the point of over-whelming sensations. Silicone has a little bit of give in general, but with the thickness of this toy, it completely filled me up – but it felt amazing. And then it hit the sweet spot. Well, actually – it didn’t just hit the sweet spot. It started viciously banging at the door, demanding to be let in – in the meantime, my prostate was cowering behind the door. Just the slightest movement once I was completely full was enough to send a wave of orgasmic pleasure shooting through my body. I won’t get too graphic but let’s just say it was a good job I was in the bathroom as things were starting to get, sticky, in places. I reached forward and held on to the radiator and began to ride.

With every thrust, the dildo hit my prostate, with no apology or consideration. It didn’t take long at all before the urge to orgasm was  just too much. I had only just touched myself when it all became more than I could bear, and I came so very hard. My knees trembled and buckled and I collapsed in a sweaty heap on the bathroom floor. This silicone phallus just totally made my prostate it’s bitch – and I enjoyed EVERY SECOND OF IT.

For an even more intense and realistic ride, put the dildo in some warm water for about 15 minutes before use. The added heat only adds to the realism and I can highly recommend giving it a try.

Clean up and Maintenance

Silicone dildos are so incredibly easy to clean and look after. You can boil them, wash them with toy cleaner and water, put them in the dishwasher… so keeping it clean is incredibly simple. The downside is, as we all know, is silicone attracts dust, and this one is definitely no exception (not helped by the fact we have a pug who sheds 24/7/365) and just sitting on the desk next to me, within a few moments it was covered in dust and hair – so I would definitely recommend storing it inside it’s original packaging if space permits – if not, you’ll just want to give it a quick rinse before use.

Summary

As I said earlier in the review, when it comes to dildos, I’m an easy to please kind of guy, and this did indeed please me greatly. It’s silicone, so completely body safe and easy to clean and maintain. It’s got a good satisfying and fulfilling girth and length, and it gave my prostate a good work out – and that’s all I really want from a dildo. The other great thing about this particular dildo is the price. Silicone dildos tend to attract a fairly large price tag, especially if you look at some of those specialist companies like Tantus, Vixen, BS is Nice etc – You can be looking at excess of £40. This one retails for £18.99. So for less than £20, you can get yourself a top quality silicone dildo that looks great and feels amazing inside. The toy is also available in several different colours and sizes, meaning there is something for everyone. You don’t have to break the bank for a decent, non-toxic toy. And that’s the way it should be.

Where to buy

You can buy the dildo from Bondara in a range of colours: Purple / Pink / Black / Flesh

They are available in 4 sizes:

Small: 5 inch length / 4.5 inch girth (£14.99)  Medium: 5.5 inch length / 4.5 inch girth (£16.99)  Large: 6.5 inch length / 5.5 inch girth (£18.99)  Extra Large: 7.5 inch length / 6 inch girth (£21.99)

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