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Silicone vs. Glass Dildo Sensations - Blog by Gläs

Silicone vs. Glass Dildo Sensations

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Okay, you’re online and looking to satisfy your inner fiend for peen. Do you go for some silicone to bone, or are you better suited with glass for that ass? You just know you have a hankering for some hanky panky and you need some manual help. Not sure which dildo is best for you? That depends on what you like, what you need, and how you plan to use it (besides the obvious). Choosing a silicone or glass dildo can be a hard choice, but with a little research, you can definitely find something to hit the spot.

Deciding whether to buy a silicone or glass dildo means considering the differences between them, but there actually aren’t that many. The truth is, it ultimately comes down to what’s important for your needs. Let’s start by eliminating the features they share. Whether you’re looking at silicone or glass dildos, you can be sure that they both are non-porous, hypo-allergenic, odorless, tasteless, come in a variety of colors, and tend to fall in comparable price ranges. Because of the material, the colors and designs will be very different, but if you want a blue dick, you can definitely have one, regardless of which material floats your (little man in the) boat. Both are guaranteed to be high quality – for different reasons – which means they both are long-lasting. They are also both easy to clean, using warm water and soap or a specialized toy cleaner that isn’t harsh on your toys or your skin.

Slide-in with Silicone

If you are leaning towards silicone, the first and most obvious difference is the texture. To the touch, a silicone dildo has a soft flesh-like feel. The inside tends to be rigid so while some silicone dildos may flop, they are never flaccid. Silicone dildos can actually be flexible like a human penis, so much so that prosthetic penis implants are made with silicone. Most of the silicone you get on sex toys is medical-grade quality and comes in a variety of colors including ones that mimic human flesh. The Powercocks line is a favorite of folk whether they like silicone or glass dildos because of the attention to realistic detail and the variety. The is a 6” Realistic Dildo and a 6.5” Realistic Dildo. Both come in colors Nude and Black and offer different vein patterns for optimum sensation. If you want something a little bigger to feed your need, go deep with the 8” Realistic Dildo. It’s longer and girthier to fill your vaginal void. If you need something more tapered to analyze your anal desires, the 7” Slim Realistic is right up your alley. The best thing about silicone dildos is that they can vibrate. The Powercocks series lets you twist your way to a writhing orgasm with just a few clicks. Of course, if we are discussing the high, we have to discuss the lows. You have to be more particular in the way you use a silicone dildo. For starters, the kind of lube you use matters. Never you silicone lube on a silicone toy. This means if you are sharing the toys with partners, or using it anally and want to put condoms on the toy, you have to be mindful of the kind of lube the condom may have. As an option, think about trying condoms with no lubricant and adding your own water-based slick to your set-up. Also, you want to keep your toy away from sharp objects. A nick could cause chafing in your body and over time cause the material to fall off the toy.

Glide in with Glass

If you are looking for something that gives a little (ok, actually a LOT) of sophistication to your sex toy game, the glass option is definitely one for you. Let’s tackle everyone’s first fear. The glass is tempered like your grandma’s old mac and cheese dish so it won’t break inside you no matter how rough you’re riding. This toy will always be environmentally friendly since it’s recyclable and it’s user-friendly since it works well with any lube. This makes it GREAT for shower sex or water play because you can use silicone lube - which lasts longer when exposed to water. Just don’t drop it on a hard surface like tile or bathtubs. Even though it’s tempered, a hard fall like that could produce a small crack that will be no fun if it scratches you inside. The good thing, though, is that they are pretty easy to handle, even with lube because glass dildos have a nice weight to them. They are a hard toy, and since glass is inflexible, they tend to be more durable over time when properly cared for. The feature that sets glass dildos apart, and what they are most loved for, are that they are temperature sensitive. A few minutes in your hand or a warm towel will make this toy match your body temperature which creates a very nice sensation. Alternatively, dunk it in a glass of ice water or put it in the fridge to get into some cold temperature sensory play.

All in all, regardless if you lean toward a silicone or glass dildo, they share a lot of the positive features people look for in a sex toy. Whether you want lifelike or luxurious, hard or flexible, realistic or super artistic, there’s definitely an option waiting for you to take it home to Jizzland. 

As far as the final decision for choosing a silicone or glass dildo. That’s up to you. And we know, you really thought this article would help you choose. We want you to make an informed decision so we provided all the facts. Now, would we recommend a silicone or glass dildo? Yes. We absolutely do recommend a silicone or glass dildo. Enjoy!  

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