It’s finally happened. I’ve finally tried what I am now calling the holy grail of dual density dildos. And I cannot believe it has taken me almost 3 years into my blogging career to have found it. But there is a reason… a good reason, honest!

So when it comes to dual density, you’ve got your Tantus and their O2 line-up, Blush and their Real Nude collection, and most recently, Doc Johnson got in the game with their line. I’m sure there are more, but these are some of the bigger names. But one brand had yet fallen into my lap. Well, that’s not strictly true; I have tried a regular silicone dildo by Vixen – but not one of their highly coveted Vixskin toys. It’s not because I hadn’t wanted to… it’s just… well damn, they are expensive!

After much deliberation (and a nice little affiliate cheque – thanks guys!), I decided I was going to treat myself to one. After sizing up all the options, Johnny seemed like the perfect fit. But he was over £100! I used some of my saved up Oh! Points at Lovehoney and got the price down to £95 but still.. holy cow, that’s an expensive dildo. It had better be worth it! Then due to an unfortunate cock-up at the post office, I had to wait an EXTRA DAY for it to arrive (I know, right? The horror!). But when it did eventually arrive… the excitement was unbearable.

First Impressions

I couldn’t wait to tear it out of it’s packaging, which is extremely minimal. It’s just a basic plastic clamshell case with the Vixskin logo across the front; with the strapline ‘Worth Every Inch’. At the price I paid, I bloody well hope so! With haste, I tore it from it’s box and plonked it straight into my had. Oh my goodnesss…

Well this was a very different kind of squish to what I was expecting. The core is definitely firm, but the outer layer… it’s just… well I can’t really describe it, but it’s magical. It’s slightly softer than the Tantus O2, I would say… to be honest, it sort of felt like the Real Nudes… Either way, I could have sat there and just squished this for hours (you know I totally did that). But on to the important vital stats…

Johnny stands at Just shy of 7 inches tall, and it has an insertable length of 7 inches. The shaft is pretty consistent all the way through, and has a circumference of 5.5 inches around the glans, and 5.25 inches around the main shaft. At the base, there is a sort-of formed set of testicles (which are also very squishy) and a flat base made of really firm silicone. It is harness compatible as well, although I haven’t tried it that way, so can’t verify how comfortable it would be.

There is a good amount of detail; some basic veins running along the shaft, and around the glans, it looks like rolled back foreskin. For those who like their dildos on the realistic side, Vixen have definitely excelled here. In hand, it’s definitely one of the more realistic ones I have felt. But the all important thing… did it feel good and was it worth the (almost) £100?

In Use

Well the short answer is Yes. The longer answer is “OH MY FREAKING GOD, YES YES YEESSSSS!!!”. Based on other dildos I have tried, Johnny isn’t particularly a challenge. And to be honest, I didn’t get him because I wanted something bigger or better. When it comes to sizing and anal play, I definitely have my comfort zone. And Johnny definitely sits firmly in the middle. When it came to using him, I spent a good 10 minutes just squishing the tip in between my fingers. It’s SO SOFT.

Whilst I didn’t use Johnny with a proper strap-on harness, I did use it with the awesome leather harnesses sent to me to use with my LoveArc. As there was no suction cup, I knew I was definitely going to need to have something help me support Johnny as I used it. Once it was secured, I was ready to go. After a little bit of a warm up, I slathered Johnny lovingly with a good coating of Sliquid Sassy and prepared to hop on.

As the dildo is quite flexible, I had to sort of… hold it in place as I lowered myself onto it (otherwise it just sort of kept popping out…). But the soft squishy tip slipped inside easily and before I knew it, I was already half way down. Even though it’s not the biggest dildo in my collection, it was still giving me enough of a filling sensation. With a little more effort, Johnny was complete inside me, and the soft rounded testicles at the base were now pressing up against my perineum. With a bit of a grind, they provided a gentle massage. Added bonus!

Johnny isn’t terribly textured, and usually I do like a bit of texture, but here it was more about the realistic sensation. As such, I was able to thrust and ride the dildo and just focus on the overall sensation. The length of the shaft was perfect for hitting the sensitive prostate, and as I rode it harder, I was soon dripping with excitement (something that doesn’t often always happen for me). I can’t really describe it any better than ‘it just feels great; if you like having dick up your butt’. Which I do, so we’re all winners here.

Clean-up and Maintenance

When I first took the Johnny out of the box, I was a little thrown off by how ‘tacky’ it feels. It’s not like, ultra sticky. I was just expecting something deliciously silky but it wasn’t. It’s not really a bad thing, it’s just not what I expected – however from speaking with other Vixskin owners, this is completely normal. It is still 100% silicone. This means you can boil it, bleach it, rinse it or toss it in with the dishes (although maybe not actually with dishes…). I found that once it was dried, if I gave it a little dusting with some cornflour, not only did the surface feel silky smooth and delicious; it helped repel stray pug hairs! Rejoice!

No storage bag i’m afraid, but you could keep it inside it’s original box which is relatively unintrusive (just to help keep it from getting to dusty and hair in between uses!).

Edit: I received a Twitter DM from the lovely @Pollysprime who advised that Vixskin Dildos (especially the Johnny) should be stored upright and on their bases, as sometimes the bases can curve and warp, which would make them unable to be used with harnesses etc. Something to think about! Thanks for the tip!

Summary

I love this dildo. I love everything about it. I adore how it feels in my hands; the squish is just something else, and is definitely one of the best dual density dildos I have tried. But WHY do they have to be so expensive? Because now i’ve tried this one, I want more… and before I know it, i’m going to be bankrupt and living in a cardboard box surrounded by penises. Is that a bad thing… I dunno?

When I compare it in price to shipping in things from Tantus etc, then the price seems a little more… reasonable. Although I suppose one could argue that if you wanted to invest in just one good quality silicone dildo, then you can’t really go wrong with this. But I do want more. Not even to fuck myself with; I just want to lay on my bed, surrounded by Vixskin dick and just squish them, all day. Well, we’ve all got to have a dream, right?

Where to Buy

I got my Vixen Johnny Vixskin silicone dildo from Lovehoney (where it retails for £119.99). (New customer to Lovehoney? Save 20% off a £45 spend. Expires 30.6.2017)

You can also get one from SheVibe (US/CA/AU/UK)(*remember to factor in customs and import charges).

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