We are almost through our box of dicks, and i’m realising I am way out of practice. Things that I would never have thought would be a struggle, have left me feeling a little frustrated and annoyed. And that’s not really anyone’s fault. It’s just bad timing.
But I am doing my best to try and keep going and we’re getting there. It’s just taking me just a smidge longer than it usually does. And for that I can only apologise. But better late than never, I always say. We’ve been working my way through our cock box, and we’ve finally arrived on Colby Keller, who has been one of the most requested stars to get the Fleshjack Boy’s treatment. So let’s not waste any more time, and just jump right in.
I would like to thank Fleshjack for sending us the Colby Keller Realistic Silicone Dildo free of charge in exchange for an honest review.
Colby Keller has worked for many studios (Sean Cody, MEN, Cocky Boys to name a few) and I am somewhat familiar with his movies. But today, we are talking about his cock. The dildo arrives in the basic plastic bag that i’ve come to expect when ordering directly from Fleshjack. Like the rest of the range, this is made from 100% platinum cure silicone and is moulded directly from Colby himself. I am really loving the recent releases from Fleshjack; the silicone feels like it has a lot more ‘squish’ on some of the models, and this one is no exception. It feels nice and squishy, but still maintains a good amount of firmness.
The overall length of the Colby dildo is just shy of 8 inches, and has an insertable length of 6 inches. Around the tip, it has a circumference of 5.5 inches, whilst it widens to 6 inches in the middle. The glans is very pronounced with a well formed coronal ridge. There are varying amounts of vein texture along the shaft as well. All in all, I think this looks like a pretty good dick.
Once i’m fully warmed up, Colby is actually a lot easier to use than I was expecting, bearing in mind in hand, it does feel quite thick. I think the slight squish in the silicone does make this a bit easier than some of the earlier models that are a bit firmer (such as the Mick Lovell, for example). The tip has a nice taper, but it does widen out pretty quickly. The coronal ridge does offer a mild ‘pop’ as it’s inserted, but that gives away quickly to stretching sensations, as the shaft thickens and stays pretty consistent along the entire length.
The shaft is quite straight, but as the silicone is fairly flexible, it’s still able to move with the body and hits all the right spots. It does leave me feeling nice and full, but not uncomfortably so. Although I really do feel that this is the upper limit of what I can take (Boomer is certainly proving to be a REAL challenge at the moment). The chunky balls at the base do give a nice grip for when you just want to manually thrust with the dildo.
For me, the best fun is had when it’s combined with the LoveArc and a harness. It makes insertion that little bit easier (because the dildo isn’t just going to fall over). The textured veins on the shaft are not really all that noticeable in use, and for some people, that might be a plus. I think in this case, the veins are a little too low profile, so whilst they look great visually, and enhance the aesthetic appeal, in terms of sensation, it doesn’t really offer much.
Clean-up and Maintenance
For convenience, your silicone dildo can be washed with soap and water, popped in the dishwasher (on a sanitise cycle – just make sure you’ve taken all your plates out first!), boiled or cleansed in a 10% bleach solution (just remember to thoroughly rinse afterwards). However you choose to clean your silicone, it’s easy to do and once dried, can be tossed in with your other cocks, ready for another adventure another day.
There really is only so much I can say about a dildo at this point. And I know I say this in all the reviews, but it’s true, and this is probably why I should stop accepting cock for a while. I know, it pains me to say it too, but we’re definitely missing some variety up in here. I’m working on that, I promise.
In the meantime, is the Colby Keller dildo a hit? Well yeah, naturally it is. Generally speaking, there are no real faults with this dildo at all. It’s a straight forward cock with a good amount of size for us intermediate users, or something you can build up to if you are still fairly new. Visually, it looks pleasing and it does offer a decent amount of length to hit all my internal spots, and is thick enough to leave me feeling full, but not too stretched. If you are a fan of Colby and his work, then you will absolutely love this dildo.
Where to Buy
You can pick up your Colby Keller Dildo directly from Fleshjack where it retails for €53.95/$59.95.
I would like to thank Fleshjack for sending us the Colby Keller Silicone Dildo to us free of charge in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our thoughts or experiences with this or any other product we receive for review. Affiliate links have been used in this post.
Fleshjack Boys Colby Keller Realistic Silicone Dildo
Pros: Silicone, slightly squishy, decent thickness and length, flexible. Realistic vein texture.
Cons: Genuinely can’t think of any.
Bottom Line: It’s body-safe, has a decent amount of realistic detail and feels great in use. It doesn’t have a curve in the shaft, but it’s flexible enough that it can still reach the good spots, and it actually makes it a little easier to get into position and use.