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Bondara Silicone Realistic Suction Dildo Review

When Bondara contacted me to ask if I would review one of their new, Bondara branded silicone dildos, I was a little hesitant. Taking a look at the product images and the retail price (£14.99), I had begun to suspect that these dildos were not made from 100% pure silicone, but perhaps a PVC or TPE/TPR blend. I am extremely fussy about sex toy materials, but I received reassurance from Bondara and decided to accept their kind offer.

As soon as the Bondara dildo arrived, I ripped open the packaging (it comes in a clam shell case, with Bondara’s logo and branding) and look a great big sniff. Nothing. The dildo was completely odourless. I inspected the dildo for any other clues as to its material makeup and found nothing to suggest that this wasn’t silicone; in fact, it looked at felt very similar to my Tantus products.

Because I could scarcely believe it, I even did a flame test (This test is not 100% reliable, but maybe it could tell me something new). It passed with flying colours. Of course, it would be impossible for me to say that this is definitely, without-a-doubt, 100% pure silicone, because I don’t have a laboratory in my bedroom. However, I do have a lot of experience with sex toys and the Bondara dildo didn’t raise a single red flag.

In case you are wondering why I am rabbiting on about the materials, rather than discussing how this dildo feels during use, let me explain; this is the first time I have come across (pun) such a low-priced silicone dildo. I was pleasantly surprised and super excited. Would this be the first silicone dildo, for under £15, which I could recommend to people on a budget? I couldn’t wait to find out.

As I prepared to test the Bondara dildo, another concern jumped into my mind. If you read a lot of my reviews, you will know that I don’t often enjoy textured dildos. The Bondara dildo does have a reasonable amount of texture in the form of a raised coronal ridge and lots of veining throughout the shaft. The Bondara dildo is also made from a reasonably firm silicone (I would say it feels about as squishy/flexible as the Tantus Echo dildo, or the Fleshjack Brent Corrigan dildo) and I knew this firmness would make the texture feel more intense during use.

With tons of lubricant applied, I began experimenting with the Bondara dildo. As soon as the coronal ridge slipped past my internal muscles and pubic bone, I felt a familiar popping sensation, but it wasn’t as harsh as I have experienced with some dildos. The raised veining also made its presence felt, gently brushing at the entrance to my vagina.

When I am fully aroused, these sensations feel amazing. The popping sensation reduces and the raised coronal ridge targets my g-spot, massaging it in the most enjoyable ways. The raised texture also manages to intensify my pleasure, by stimulating the nerve-endings around the entrance to my vagina. It is an intensely gratifying experience. When I use the Bondara dildo from a cold start, the texture verges on feeling uncomfortable.

One of the reasons I managed to fully enjoy this textured dildo, is its size. You can actually purchase this dildo in 4 different sizes and the one I am reviewing is the medium. The medium measures 5.25 inches in insertable length (7 inches total length) and 4.5 inches in circumference (Diameter is 1.43 inches). The medium was the perfect size choice for me, considering that high texture can overwhelm me. If I had gone any bigger, I think it would have been too much.

As you can see from my pictures, the Bondara dildo comes with a suction cup base. Well, I happen to have a wooden headboard, so I stuck the dildo on and put it to the test. The suction cup is definitely strong enough to withstand a person wiggling/thrusting, which is all you need really. However, I did note that it wasn’t quite as strong as my other suction cup dildos, such as the Bad Dragon Crackers the Cockatrice. With a firm yank, I could separate the Bondara dildo from my headboard, but to avoid any damage, I recommend sliding a fingernail underneath the cup to break suction.

Overall, I really enjoyed using the Bondara Dildo. It felt intense, but in a good way and worked especially well when teamed with my favourite clitoral vibrators. I was pleased to discover that Bondara offer this dildo in 4 different sizes and 4 different colours, so hopefully there should be one to suit all tastes.

What impressed me the most though, was finding a good quality, body safe dildo for such a low price. Heck, it even comes with a flared base (making it safe for anal play) and suction cup. If you are looking for a textured, realistic-looking dildo and you have a strict budget, I would definitely consider the Bondara dildo.

You can purchase the Bondara Silicone Realistic Suction Dildo here at bondara.co.uk

The Silicone Realistic Sucton Dildo was kindly sent to me free of charge from Bondara for an honest review. This does not affect, or sway my opinions of the product and I will always portray my own experiences, good or bad. Affiliate links are used within this post.

 

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