Another week, another Fleshjack review. Although I am breaking slightly with blog tradition for this review, so please forgive me on this one.

I have an unwritten rule, that I review all items sent to me specifically for review FIRST. Then I can review anything that I have purchased. However, on this instance, as i’ve only JUST reviewed another Fleshjack sleeve, I thought i’d switch it up a little. You see, this week we are going to be reviewing the exclusive sleeve from Cocky Boys [NSFW] star Levi Karter. And I thought it would be nice, actually, to review the dildo as well, which I bought during the Valentine’s sale.

So here we are, in an attempt to split things up a little bit, we’re starting our week with the Levi Karter Fleshjack Boys dildo. I’m sure I don’t need to say this (as i’m certain I say it in every review), I just can’t get enough of these dildos. They are certainly an addiction, and I cannot stop until I have them all (well, almost all of them). Like Liam Riley before, I am also not particularly aware of Levi Karter’s video exploits. I just know him as the dude with the Rihanna tattoo on his chest. However, from looking at the pictures of his cock on the Fleshjack website, I thought it looked like a pretty nice little toy, so into my basket it went.

It arrived along with the new Fleshlight TURBOs (reviews coming soon) and the Brent Corrigan QUICKSHOT (again, review coming soon). So let’s get straight into it, shall we?

I purchased this product directly from Fleshlight during their Valentine’s Sale. 

First Impressions

The Levi Karter dildo is cast from the same fleshy coloured silicone as the rest of the range. It stands at a modest 7 inches in height, with an insertable length of 5.5 inches. The shaft as an average circumference of around 5.25 inches, making it suitable for most users. It has a pointed tip which should allow for easy and comfortable insertion.

As with the other dildos that i’ve received direct from Fleshjack, it has no packaging to speak of, other than the clear plastic bag it arrives in. There is a little bit of detailing on the shaft. Around the glans, there are wrinkles where the frenulum would be, along with a pronounced urethral ‘drip’ on the tip. There are a few veins on the shaft, but they are not overly pronounced. The flat base provides a good gripping point for thrusting.

In Use

The Levi Karter is definitely on the ‘realistic’ side, in terms of size. It feels almost similar in dimension to my own, which is a slightly odd experience. But this meant that I didn’t really need to do too much warming up. With a good slosh of lube, the tapered tip ensures that Levi slips inside with very minimal fuss. The extra inch and a half of length over the Liam Riley was definitely welcomed.

It doesn’t leave me feeling overly full, and the length was just about enough to provide some gentle prostate stimulation during use. When used on my own, this dildo is certainly something that provides a gentle warm up, before you move on to bigger things. That’s not to say that this wasn’t a pleasurable experience, because it was.

The smooth nature of the shaft meant that when it came to thrusting, the experience was smooth. Although there was a small part of me that had wished the veins on the surface were slightly more raised, but I was still enjoying the sensation regardless.

Naturally, I had to pair this dildo up with the LoveArc, and it worked splendidly. In this instance, the smoothness of the shaft worked in it’s favour. Of course, I still found myself craving that bigger, fuller feeling – but warming up with Levi is still a fun and pleasurable experience. And it looks beautiful. I know, calling a cock beautiful? But like, when I compare it to the Pierre Fitch dildo (which I also labelled beautiful), there is just something aesthetically pleasing about it.

Clean-up and Maintenance

Boil me, bleach me, anyway you want me; you got the power to clean me right. Oh my… sorry, not quite sure what happened there. But the point stands – you can clean this dildo anyway you would with other good quality silicone. As for storage, well it’s perfectly safe to store with all your other silicone products. All of my silicone dildos reside in my big chest of cock without issue. Although they do get covered in hair. Like, alot. One day, Fleshjack will see the light and will pair the dildos with little powder blue storage bags (like the cases for the sleeves) with the signature stitched in gold in the corner…

Summary

A short review, I know – but there isn’t really much to say about this, which in some respects, is a good thing. The Levi Karter is a no-nonsense dildo. It’s size and shape should appeal to most people for use. It’s not too big, but it’s not too small either. Because of this, it’s also great to use in a harness for pegging, or just switching things up.

If you appreciate Levi and his work, then it’s something to consider adding to your collection. I’m still debating getting another glass display unit from IKEA, so I can display the Fleshjack dildos proudly in the bedroom. I just cannot fault them, really. They look great, are extremely well made, and the varying sizes and shapes can really help make things interesting. Of course, if you enjoy watching gay porn, there is also something in taking your favourite star to bed (in a manner of speaking). I like it, although those who want something a bit bigger (but perhaps in a similar shape) should consider looking into the Jake Orion.

Where to buy

You can order Levi Karter’s dildo directly from Fleshjack for £53.95 (RRP)

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