Guess who’s back in the house? Yes, it is I, ready to assault your eyes with another review from the peddlers of some of the finest masturbatory products I have ever used: Fleshjack.

Whilst I do love their delightful selections of sleeves and what-not; the thing I really love most about Fleshjack are their dildos. As someone who has a penchant for realistic phalluses, their line of Fleshjack Boys dildos has given me (almost) everything I could ever as for when it comes to objects of self-fucking. They are ‘realistic’, made from body-safe silicone AND there are a variety of sizes offering something for everyone: whether you want something a bit more beginner friendly (like this one) or are after a bit more of a challenge (like this one – review coming… at some point 😂).

I have built up a bit of a collection; so naturally when Fleshjack release new models, I am always interested. On a whim, I reached out to Fleshjack (as it had been a while) and they were kind enough to provide me with not one, not two, not three but FOUR of their new dildos (along with their new sleeve toy, the Fleshskins Grip). They arrived in 2 separate packages (as one of the dildos was out of stock at the time). I was worried they would get delayed as the UK was going through a bout of snow (and we, just cannot deal). But they arrived on time, and I was even able to get outside for a fun little photo shoot before the snow melted…

For this review, we are going to start with Allen King. I have to admit, I am not familiar with his line of work, but a dildo is a dildo; I knew I had to try it. So how did we get on? Let’s find out…

I would like to thank Fleshjack for sending us the Allen King dildo free of charge in exchange for an honest review. 

First Impressions

So first of all, who is Allen King? Allen is an exclusive model with ‘Cocky Boys‘ [NSFW] and has won and been nominated for a number of awards including Best Actor (Hustlaball 2014) and Best Bottom (Hustlaball 2015). Honestly, i’ve never watched any of his scenes, and I don’t think that’s bad. I gravitated towards this dildo because of it’s size, shape and it’s realistic appeal. But of course, if you are a fan of Allen (or any of the actors who have had their members immortalised for Fleshjack) then you know, have at it!

Thankfully, I cannot ramble on about packaging, as there really is none. This dildo arrived in a simple plastic bag and that was it. I may have suggested it before, but i’m going to suggest it anyway, just in case. What I love about the Fleshjack Boys range, is the lovely powder blue motif they do with all the cases for the sleeves. Wouldn’t it be awesome if the dildos came with a powder blue drawstring bag, with gold drawstrings and emblazoned with the Fleshjack logo in gold stitching? Just a suggestion… as someone who appreciates little storage bags and a nice bit of packaging… i’m not mad about the lack of box (less waste and less chances for awkward encounters with the recycling collectors)… but just… *something* to make it feel a bit more special… oh look. I’ve rambled about non-existent packaging. Moving on…

The Allen King dildo stands at 7.25 inches tall, but has an insertable length of 5.5 inches. It has a minimum circumference of 5 inches towards the tip, and 5.75 inches towards the base of the shaft. The silicone has the same amount of ‘squish’ as most of the Fleshjack line, and as with most, the details captured are wonderful. Every vein, wrinkle and fold of skin are captured in glorious detail.

In Use

I’ve started with this dildo for a reason; when i’ve been trying out the new arrivals to my box of cocks, the Allen King dildo is the smallest of the bunch (and it’s not even that small, really); so for me, it’s a good warm up dildo. The glans on the dildo is nicely rounded (and again, features a good amount of detail around the frenulum). The shaft does have a slight upward curve, as well as a slight bend to the left. For me, it’s still an aesthetically pleasing size and shape. The texture on the shaft is on the more ‘subtle’ side. Whilst there is vein detail, it’s not very prominent; so in terms of sensation, it doesn’t add anything.

I am very lucky to have the LoveArc and their leather harnesses; it’s made testing out Fleshjack dildos so much easier. I wonder if that’s something that’s worth considering for the future as well; perhaps including a hole in the bottom that would make the dildos Vac-u-lock compatible? Whilst it’s not an issue for me anymore, I do remember a time when using Fleshjack dildos was a little more awkward; I couldn’t just ‘hop on’ and ride – the only way I could use it was on my back or side, and using my hand to thrust with it. For some people, that’s fine – but being able to use it hands-free is what’s really allowed me to appreciate these dildos… but once again, I digress…

With Allen strapped in, I coated the dildo with a liberal amount of lube, and then straddled the LoveArc, held on to the handlebars and lowered myself onto the tip. The rounded glans does allow for an easy and comfortable insertion. The size is small enough to allow me to take it full with little effort, but still leaves me feeling like there is something there. The curve in the shaft works to it’s advantage, it allows the tip of the dildo to softly massage my prostate as I ride it. For me, this really is the perfect size. Generally, I do tend to prefer my dildos on the ‘average’ side. I’ve still yet to master taking on much bigger dildos, and honestly, not sure I ever will… (but for the sake of Boomer, i’m trying!).

Clean-up and Maintenance

The only downside I have with this (and all other Fleshjack dildos) is that the silicone does have a slight.. I don’t want to say ‘tacky’ feeling, because it isn’t really tacky… but there is an element of ‘roughness’ that allows dust and hair to stick to this SO easily. It’s nothing a quick rinse won’t solve, but you know… a gorgeous powder blue storage bag would go a LONG way to help keeping it nice and clean… (just saying!).

As for the actual cleaning, we should all know the drill by now. This is why silicone is one of the best materials; you can bleach it (10% solution), boil it, pop it in the dishwasher (if your machine has a sanitise cycle) or just rinse it with warm water and a bit of soap. However you prefer to maintain your silicone offerings, you can do the same here!

Summary

Truthfully, there isn’t a massive amount I can really say about this dildo, other than it does what it’s supposed to do. It ‘filled a hole’ and made me orgasm. What else can I really say? It’s a good, average size that should give it a wide range of appeal; whether you are someone like me who prefers a decent size for a quickie, or a warm up before something else a bit bigger. Or maybe you are someone who appreciates the fine art that is gay porn, and you wish to have something allowing you to (safely) act out some of those fantasies… it does the job, and does it well.

I guess, the only other thing I would LOVE to see from Fleshjack… is dual density. I would legit die; they already look pretty damn good, and sure – they feel pretty good too. But as someone who craves realism above all things… having these in a dual density form would be… (insert ‘Homer Simpson Drooling’ noise here).

Where to Buy

You can pick up your Allen King dildo directly from Fleshjack where it retails for $59.95 / €53.95.

I would like to thank Fleshjack for sending us the Allen King dildo free of charge in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinions of this or any other product we receive for review. Affiliate links have been used in this post. If you wish to support my work, please consider using these links when making your purchases. Thank you!