With the exception of the words “UR3 Masturbator” written on the front and “It’s the perfect size for working your cock” written on the side, the packaging is rather simple and respectful; a plain blue box with white writing and an image of the product on the cover (which resembles something you’d use for plumbing more then you would sex). There is no nudity, swearing or any of those other things that are typically found on less discreetly packaged items.
Not sure what I’m talking about? Here’s a few good examples. *Caution Not safe for work!
In regard to the actual product it’s extremely discreet, resembling a squishy tube more then a vagina, anus or mouth. A definite bonus when it comes to the fears of what might happen should someone find it.
Because it’s made of Doc Johnsons realistic feeling UR3 material it’s extremely soft, supple, slightly stretchy and rather squishy. The coloring is a matte opaque white (almost transparent) with 3 ridges on the outside for better gripping. Internally, there are ridges as well but they are less pronounced, allowing you to feel them, but not too much.
On the note of the UR3 material, DocJohnson has created their own “Silagel” formula that makes the Tool Box hypo allergenic, anti-bacterial, non-toxic, latex free, cadmium free and phthalate free, basically, it’s totally body safe.
The Tool Box measures 4″ in total length and 7″ around; while it is rather short compared to other masturbators like the Fleshlight, it’s still long enough to insert yourself and use it where it feels most pleasurable, whether it be the head of the penis, middle of the shaft or base of the shaft. With this product it really is about whatever you prefer.
Now I’m sure a lot of you are asking how it is that I could know what it feels like or if it’s good, especially considering I don’t have a penis of my own…well, that doesn’t mean I don’t have someone (actually a few someones) I trust to test toys for me and give me their honest feedback. In regard to the Tool Box, this is what I was given as insight to the toy;
Me: What does it feel like?
Tester: “It very soft and squishy, almost like having sex with a marshmellow. But not in that weird “I’m f*cking a marshmellow” way. Yes I know how stupid that sounds, but that’s what it feels like. ”
Me: Does it feel good?
Tester: “Yeah, actually really good. It’s a little foreign but it’s still good. I was actually very surprised”
Me: Does it feel real?
Tester: “No, not at all, well maybe a little, but that doesn’t really matter since it feels good.”
Me: Did it hurt?
Tester: “Nope, I actually thought it would but it didn’t. I’ll be honest, sometimes you give me products and their cheap, and you can tell their cheap, so I don’t want to use them or even try them. This one I was a little nervous about ’cause I thought it might hurt, but it didn’t. I was totally surprised”
Me: Would you use it on your own, like regularly?
Tester: “I’d rather have sex with a real woman then have sex with a toy all the time, but yeah, when it called for it I’d use it. It sure beats the old fist bang”
Me: Was it comfortable and was the size enough?
Tester: “It was very comfortable, how could sex with a marshmellow not be comfortable? As for the size, sure it could have been a bit longer, but it was fine”
Me: Would you recommend this to others?
Tester: “Oh hell yeah! It’s affordable, easy to use, it feels good and doesn’t look like a vag. Sure I’ve tried better things like the Fleshlight, but this is really good for what it is”
Me: Is there anything you would change about it?
Tester: “Nope, it’s everything a product like this should be, but without all the bells and whistles. Sure you can get stuff with beads or bumps or ridges or whatever else they make, but really, that’s all just an added bonus, you don’t really need it”.
Me: Anything else you want to say about it?
Tester: “Well, I think a lot of people forget what these are meant to be used for and put way too much pressure or expectations on toys. The way I see it, they’re just meant to add to your experience, and maybe enhance it, not be the end all and be all of sex machines. Would I suggest it to others? yes. Would I say buy this and your sex life is complete? no, of course not but it sure does feel good!”
Like I said, I may not have a penis, but I do have those that are willing to relay their experiences for me, which I can then relay to you.
As for ways it can be used, it’s rather simple; lube the product (and yourself) up, insert and stroke away! On that note, for those of you that are uncircumcised I suggest you stretch the product a bit (almost like your folding it up) then insert yourself and allow the product to surround your shaft. I suggest this because if you just try to insert yourself without giving yourself some “wiggle room”, you may actually pull back the foreskin too far and end up hurting yourself as the entrance is rather small at only 1 1/2 inches.
Care & Cleaning
In regard to lubricant I would only suggest a good water based lube as silicone or petroleum based products will damage this material. On that note, while it says that it’s anti-bacterial, I’m not too sure how porous it is so I’d also recommend using a condom with it, as it might easily absorb germs and bacteria.
When it comes to cleaning I would suggest using warm water and soap, rinsing it well and letting it air dry or patting it down with a lint free cloth. I say lint free cloth because I found the material had a tendency to collect lint, hair or other tiny bits of fluff, it’s not a big deal, but it’ll just keep your product in better condition and looking like new. If you have an anti bacterial toy cleaner you can use that as well. Whether you use a toy cleaner or soap and water I highly suggest that once the product is dry you sprinkle it with a “renewing” powder (it’s really cheap, but definitely worth it) or cornstarch.
*Never use talcum powder or baby powder as these can cause irritation to both the product and your skin.
As for things I didn’t like about the product, there were none. As for things my tester didn’t like about the product, again, there were none.
*I gotta admit how much I love products that are affordable and do exactly what they say they do. It sure makes my job easy.
I’ll admit, when it comes to toys for boys I get jealous rather easily, finding all too quickly that the evil penis envy monster raises it’s head and mumbles in despair…and annoyance that I don’t have a dick to do fun things with too. (yeah, that’s right, I said it!)
That said, if you’re looking for a really affordable (it’s only $11.84), easy to use, discreet, well made, body safe, comfortable and easy to care for male masturbator, the TitanMen Tool Box may just be the one! I know if I had a dick I’d sure as hell be trying it!
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