Do you remember Pokemon cards? Or Football stickers? Remember how much fun it was to collect the whole set and then show them off to all your friends? This is exactly how I feel with the Fleshjack line of dildos.

Although i’m 99.9% certain that my friends and family really don’t want to have fistfuls of silicone cock waved in their faces as I coo “OOH THIS WAS MY FIRST” etc. But each to their own, as I say. So far, my collection is still much smaller than I would like it to be, but it’s a work in progress. When our new sponsors MEO got in touch and asked me what I would be interested in reviewing, as soon as I saw the Fleshjack dildo, I knew it had to be mine. And they kindly obliged and provided me with the Brent Everett realistic dildo (not be be confused with Brent Corrigan). I personally am not a huge admirer of Brent Everett’s body of work… however he’s got a nice dick, and frankly that’s all that matters here.

So how did we fare with this latest addition to my box of cocks? Well read on and find out…

This product was sent to me free of charge by MEO in exchange for my honest review.

First Impressions

Note: I apologise for the quality of the photos. I took them using my phone when on holiday and we had terrible light the whole time we were there. 

As with all the Fleshjack dildos, they all arrive in matte black cardboard boxes with a flap on the front, so you can open it up and see the dildo inside. On the inside of the flap is a mini bio about the boy that the dildo has been moulded from (and in this case, it’s the twunk* Brent Everett) as well as a photo of them showing off the dildo and it’s true-life counterpart in all their glory.

Inside the box is the dildo and a sachet of their water-based Fleshlube. The dildo sits inside a plastic tray with a cover. The boxes themselves are sealed using Fleshlights security tabs, so this ensures that it’s not been opened prior to arrival, and also confirms a genuine product – which in this day and age of toy counterfeiting is a nice reassurance of quality.

Brent stands at a modest 8.25 inches, with an insertable length of 7 inches. It has a pretty consistent girth of around 5.5 inches all the way down the shaft, until you get towards the base of the toy, where it widens out slightly to 6 inches before you get the the balls. It’s made from the same, high quality medical grade silicone, and like all the others in the range packs in an impressive amount of detail. But more on that later.

In Use

The Brent Everett dildo shares a similar size to the Brent Corrigan – both of them have a slightly wider and flatter shaft – compared to the Pierre Fitch, which is slightly rounder. The coronal ridge on the BE (as I will refer to it from now on) is also much more pronounced, which gives greater detail around the frenulum as well. This is one of the things that I really admire about Fleshjack and their moulding process. It really captures every single detail beautifully.

There is a lot of texture and detail on the shaft – every single vein and wrinkle has been captured and this gives the shaft a slightly rougher feeling in the hand. In fact, in terms of ‘texture’, out of all the ones I have tried, it’s definitely the most textured. In the right light, this thing does look freakishly real, which is why I can totally understand why some people tend to prefer unrealistic dildos, over these disembodied body parts. But to me, it’s a thing of beauty and needs to be admired. A lot. Many a time I have found myself just randomly going to my box of dildos, to pull them out and have a good stroke. The life of a blogger is hard. So many puns…

So how does it feel? Well pretty good. As i’ve mentioned before, you know i’m quite a simple man when it comes to dildos, and it’s not always about prostate stimulation. Sometimes you just want a good, solid pounding and these dildos are truly perfect for that. It’s not massive (that title still belongs to Mick Lovell), however I still always tend to warm up before I use one of these and the BE was no exception.

However, once I was ready, a good coating of hybrid lube made insertion easy and comfortable. The 5.5 inch girth is enough to leave you feeling comfortably full without feeling too stretched, and the big rounded base is perfect for gripping onto and thrusting with, even with slippery lube coated hands. You can really get a strong, firm thrust going on and a session always ends with a pretty decent orgasm.

Again, my only criticisms with a product like this is the lack of suction cup and storage bag. Many a time I want to go hands free with these dildos, but due to the lack of suction cup, I find it far too fussy. If you are perhaps much lighter on your feet than I am, the big, firm sturdy balls on the base do give it an element of stability, however you definitely need to be much smaller and lighter than I am – otherwise it is just impossible.

Also, the storage bag is really more for the fact that this silicone is a little draggy (so lashings of lube is a must) but it also attracts dust and fluff like it’s going out of style. I literally washed all 4 in order to take some photos, and within 5 minutes, there was already dust and hair all over them. Having a shedding pug doesn’t help, but I think a luxury dildo like this should come with a nice little storage bag. But that’s me.

Clean-up and Maintenance

Boil it, bleach it, dishwasher it, rinse it… However you choose to clean your silicone toys, you can do the same with this one. I would definitely recommend storing it inside something to try and keep it as dust free as possible, however a quick rinse before use won’t hurt. Especially if you use very warm water as this will warm up the silicone (which retains heat) and will also provide a delightfully more realistic sensation as well!

Summary

Aside from the minor ‘cosmetic’ complaints, I can’t really fault this dildo at all. Out of the four that I have, it’s the second prettiest to look at (the Pierre Fitch is still one of the most beautiful, realistic dildos I have ever laid my hands and butt on). It feels good in the hands (it’s like a cock shaped stress ball, thanks to the firm, yet squishy silicone) and great in the butt (the textured veins and wrinkles on the shaft elevate this, and it’s great for thrusting).

If you are a fan of realistic dildos, you need to have one of these in your life. Not even just to be used, I am really considering getting an extra glass display case and just having these on display as little works of human art. Or would that be too weird? Ah well, I don’t care. I like it.

*A ‘Twunk’ is a portmanteau of Twink and Hunk – a Twink is typically a name affectionally given to those who are youthful, slim and generally hair free. A hunk is obviously someone who is muscly – a Twunk therefore combines both. Google pictures of him and tell me i’m wrong. Although don’t do it when you are at work. Or in public. 

Where To Buy

You can get hold of the Brent Everett dildo from MEO for the sweet price of €49,00 (£37 at today’s exchange rate – this will vary).

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I would like to thank MEO.de for sending out the Brent Everett dildo for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect or alter my opinions on this, or any other product we receive for review. All thoughts and experiences are 100% genuine and my own. Affiliate links have been used within this post.