Have you ever been pounding away at your Fleshjack and thought to yourself; you know what would make this better? Balls. No? Well let’s for a moment pretend that you have; and thanks to you – we now have the delightfully named ‘FleshSack’ in our masturbatory repertoire. And I hope you are proud of yourself.

I’ll be the first to admit, when I saw the… FleshSack by Fleshlight many moons ago, I was certainly intrigued by the idea. Some of us seek out a little extra realism with our toys; and whilst I do appreciate FleshJack and their range of disembodied orifices; sometimes you just long for those little extra touches to really bring the fantasy to life. Or at least I thought that’s what I wanted. Now I’m not so sure…

Our wonderful friends over at MEO kindly agreed to send me the FleshSack (among a few other things for review) a few months back and we are FINALLY getting round to creating content again. You can check out my last post here to explain where I’ve been. So let’s get into it; does the FleshSack bring us joy? Only one way to find out…

I would like to thank MEO for sending us the FleshSack by Fleshlight free of charge in exchange for an honest review. This post will contain affiliate links. 

First Impressions

When you receive your FleshSack (oh, I really don’t like the name… *lol*); it arrives in the standard packaging arrangement for any other Fleshlight/Fleshjack. A simple cardboard box with images of the product on the outside, and inside you get the FleshSack and a sample of the FleshLube (which I lost prior to taking photo’s of the product – but it is in there!). The toy itself is around the same size as a standard unit; the only difference being the cap is slightly larger; due to now having to safely cup a set of balls. But in terms of size and weight; it feels pretty standard. The additional weight of the balls initially feels quite negligible.

So what do we have inside? Well lift off the cap, and a fleshy sack will drop down, revealing the butt orifice. The texture inside the sleeve is standard lumps and bumps but it feels pretty decent. Most of the FL textures feel pretty similar once you thrust inside. On the outside, the orifice contains some basic skin detailing, with some simple folds and wrinkles. The sack itself is rendered fairly realistically with good detail around the skin fold down the centre and the various wrinkles. Giving them a good squeeze, I was disappointed to find that they are one singular texture. I had hope for some floating testicles, or something a little bit firmer in the middle… but my disappointed would soon give away to relief a little bit later.

In Use

Use of the FleshSack is absolutely no different to any of there other myriad of Fleshlight/Fleshjack devices out there. The only difference here, is you now have a saggy lump of testicle-shaped flesh now bouncing off your own as you stroke with it. Admittedly, not a pleasant feeling (at least where I’m concerned anyway). Too firm a stroke, and those testicles strike your own FleshSack with the fury of a thousand suns and can leave your little plums feeling a little bruised and sheepish. This is where I’m grateful that the sack is just one texture! I also discovered that If you shake it a little too hard, the extra weight from the balls do seem to allow the sleeve to become dislodged from the case quite easily. Wrestling it back in with lube-soaked hands is not ideal – especially when it falls on the floor and get’s covered in dust or fluff or the stray pug hairs that you missed when vacuuming earlier.

Of course, if you are someone who likes to masturbate standing up, then there is slightly less of an issue with your own sack being boxed by the FleshSack; as you sort of move in fluid motion together; like a beautiful testicular tango. You are less prone to having your sleeve slip out of the case either. But I’m such a lazy masturbator; I don’t want to be doing all the work. So this works really well if you happen to have a Shower Mount or Adapter. Personally, I preferred the method that I tried out before completing this review; just to make sure.

A couple of years back, we reviewed the ‘On A Mission Mount‘ and truthfully, it’s been stuck in the attic for a little while as I’ve had no where to really store it after we did some bedroom renovations. But I remembered how much we thoroughly enjoyed using it; so decided to try using the FleshSack with the mount and boom! Success! Here, the added bonus of the balls certainly did add a level of realism that was appreciated, combined with the comfortable position of lying on the mount and thrusting into the sleeve – it felt really good!

The texture inside the sleeve is pleasant enough, but doesn’t really standout from many of the other Fleshjack/Fleshlight sleeves. But still, it still brought on a decent orgasm – so as a masturbatory aid – it works.

Clean-up and Maintenance

Maintaining your FleshSack is as easy as whipping the sleeve out of the case, giving a good rinse and spritz with some toy cleaner and then letting it air-dry (if you can). Once dry, lightly powder with cornstarch (or if you happen to have some Fleshlight Renewer powder on you, then I guess you can use that to). and then pop it back into the case, flip your sack back on the hole and then close off the cap. The outer case can just be wiped clean.

Summary

So do I like the FleshSack by Fleshlight? Well yeah, I kinda do – when popped in the mount, the sight of the balls added a level of detail that enhanced the overall visual thrill of the toy. However using it solo, the extra weight of the flopping balls (or the chance of having your own love sack beaten into submission by the FleshSack) just isn’t enough to keep me reaching for this over any of the other Fleshjack units I have.

But hey, if you already own the Fleshlight Shower Mount or any of the Liberator Fleshlight mounts (like the Top Dog) then I would consider adding it to your collection, if you want to be tugging on some nuts when you’re having your next wank.

Where to Buy

You can pick up your FleshSack by Fleshlight from MEO.