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Phallophile's $30 Dildo Round-Up, Good, Not Bad & Fuck Ugly

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$30 Dildo Round-Up: Blush Novelties Ruse Jammy, Rock Candy Suga Daddy 7″, & SI Novelties Major Dick Commando Silicone Suction Cup Dildo Reviews

$30 Dildo Round-Up: Blush Novelties Ruse Jammy, Rock Candy Suga Daddy 7″, & SI Novelties Major Dick Commando Silicone Suction Cup Dildo Reviews

I often have simple tastes: a cheap suction cup dildo has beaten a more expensive toy for me on so many occasions. Affordable, body-safe silicone dildos are my bread and butter when it comes to sex toys. (Though of course I do sometimes enjoy a more lavish banquet.)

Enter three wallet-friendly (priced from $26 to $33) suction cup dildos that SheVibe has added this year: the Blush Ruse Jammy, the Rock Candy Suga Daddy toys, and the SI Novelties Major Dick Commando 7″ (henceforth known as THAT thing).

I love one of these, am fine with another, and think the third is not actually usable as a sex toy. Let’s dig in to this trio of the good, the not-bad, and the fuck-ugly!

The Good: Blush Ruse Jammy Silicone Suction Cup Dildo

I’ll just come right out and say it: I fucking love this dildo. The Ruse Jammy fits my one criterion for a top-drawer toy: it makes me come really hard, and then want to keep going for more.

It’s big—2″ thick and 7.5″ insertable length—and it’s textured. The finish is satiny like all Blush silicone, but Jammy has so much skin-like detail that moving it creates definite drag. My bits are endlessly confused by slick, glossy toys, so Jammy is my jam. I lube it up with some Sliquid Silk hybrid lube (my go-to for highly textured dildos) and riding Jammy is the kind of broad, intense screwing that I like most.

Prior to testing, I’d expected to have mixed feelings about the Ruse Jammy. I thought it would be in a firmer silicone—the same density as the earlier Ruse dildos, like the Magic Stick, which I find too hard to really ride (though grinding on the latter is a go).

But surprise! Jammy isn’t your traditional cheap silicone dildo: it has layers. “It’s dual-density,” was my first thought when I felt Jammy. And then: “Aha!!!”

I’d been wondering how a silicone dong this large could retail for much under $50 (Jammy is currently priced at $33 at SheVibe), and I had to squeeze Jammy to realize why. Just like Blush’s Silicone Willy’s line, the Ruse Jammy is actually three sections. Starting from the outside:

First there’s the satin-smooth platinum silicone, in a not-hard density (like the around-15-shore-durometer range that Vixen single density toys fall in). A layer of ABS plastic, for stability. Then there’s air in the middle, fully enclosed by the outer layer of silicone + suction cup. Because the outer layer of platinum silicone—the most expensive toy material—is only maybe half an inch thick, the whole dildo costs less. Now, I love a good bargain, but the thing I’ve bought for less has to be quality. It has to not seem cheap, or flimsy in the case of this hollow dildo. Would Jammy’s air space present a problem?

In my experience, no, absolutely not. The hard plastic inside Jammy keeps the dildo totally stable; it’s just barely flexible even though the center is open space. In fact, it bends less than a traditional dual-density silicone dildo.

That’s why Jammy’s curve is essential for me: if the shaft was totally straight, it wouldn’t hit my G-spot and I wouldn’t be able to bend the toy to hit where I wanted, either. In fact, I own a Silicone Willy’s 6″ Dildo and, though I like it occasionally, the shorter, straight shaft guarantees that it’ll never be among my favorites. I just can’t quite get the right angle.

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