Product Review: Rainbow Mega Nubby by Don Wands
Ooo, what’s that?
This is the Rainbow Mega Nubby by Don Wands. It’s a nubby glass dildo.
What’d it come in?
What else? A ginormous plastic cylinder with cardboard inserts and an equally ginormous puffy, pink velvet bag.
I love the puffy pink bag. It’s big enough to store two toys in. And since this is the only glass toy I own that came with a puffy bag, I store two toys in it. One inside the satin bag that came with it.
How’s it made?
The Mega Nubby is a solid piece of Pyrex glass with dozens of little nubby bubbles all over the surface in red, blue, green and an orangish-yellow color. It’s seven and one-quarter inches long and and one and one-eighth inches wide. And the whole thing is insertable, though I’d suggest avoiding inserting the entire thing. Doctor visits and hospitals come to mind.
On my Mega Nubby, the orange nubs have lots of tiny bubbles in them. They’re not all that close to the surface, so it’s no biggie.
I was a little worried about them, though, so when that store held their community interview with Kevin Kroldart (Vice President and Art Director for Xhale Glass), I took the opportunity to ask him about bubbles. He said that, more likely than not, the chemicals Don Wands used to color the glass caused the bubbles. And so long as they don’t burst, they’re fine. He also said that if they’re not too close to the surface, I shouldn’t worry, but to keep an eye on them just in case.
What’s it for?
The firmness of the material makes it easier to bear down on the g-spot if necessary. The nubs provide extra stimulation to the vaginal walls and labia.
How is it?
not fond of nubs
I won’t lie. At first, I absolutely hated this thing. It seems tiny little nubs really aren’t going to be my thing. At least, not without a lot of lube and a bit of warm up.
Inserting it the first time felt like sandpaper ripping my insides out. Only slightly less painful. And there was no blood.
It was just uncomfortable.
I don’t ever give up on a toy after the first use, though, so I let my pussy forget how much she hated it and tried it again. With more lube and when I was more aroused.
It’s still a little thin for my taste. I wouldn’t call it filling, at all. And it’s possible that it just has too many nubs, too small, and too close together for me. Because while it was okay when I was more aroused, I still wouldn’t say it was fantastic.
With more lubrication, it was more comfortable. I couldn’t feel the nubs quite as harshly. Maybe it just takes some getting used to? Perhaps I should have started with nubs with more give? In any case, I haven’t completely given up on this toy and I’ll probably purchase a couple other things with nubs on them to see if it’s just that I don’t like them.
How do you care for it?
This puppy comes with its own puffy bag to store it in, as I mentioned earlier. You can use just about any kind of lube your little heart desires with it. And cleaning it’s a cinch.
Non-abrasive antibacterial soap, toy cleaner, boiling water, bleach, isopropyl alcohol, or just the top drawer of the dishwasher. No soap, though! Dish-washing detergent is usually abrasive.
If you do boil it, let the water cool to room temperature before removing the toy. This will avoid any possible breakage due to extreme temperature changes.
Inspect this toy closely for bubbles, nicks, scratches, chips. And if you notice bubbles in the glass, keep an eye on them to make sure they don’t break. If they do break, stop using this toy.
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