Fleshlight Freaks Cyborg Dildo

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Fleshlight Freaks are a new range of sex toys by Fleshlight; there are five concepts, all of which can be purchased as both masturbators and dildos. I decided to try out one of the dildos from this new range, and opted for the Cyborg. Compared to all the other realistic dildos I’ve tried, the Cyborg had some of the most interesting textures I’ve seen. All the Fleshlight Freaks dildos have interesting textures, though their looks may put you off slightly. The Zombie is a good example; even though I personally don’t like its appearance, I understand that it would offer immense textured stimulation compared to other silicone toys. If you think about it, the colour and name are really the off-putting things about some of these toys, and not the pleasurable textured sensations they offer.

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The Cyborg arrives in a cardboard box, with a clear plastic window that you can see the toy through. On the back of the box there is a picture of the toy, and just below you will see pictures of the rest of the Fleshlight Freak dildos available. The box is sealed with the Fleshlight logo on sticky tape, so you’ll be able to tell if your toy has been tampered with. The toy is resting in two plastic inserts. I found it difficult to remove from the plastic, as the suction from the base had stuck it onto the packaging. I also wish that there was some storage case provided with the toy, as the box is rather large.
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Before the toy arrived I knew that I would be fascinated by the textures found on the Cyborg. However, it wasn’t until it turned up that I realised what kind of thing I had really gotten myself into. It wasn’t so much that this toy was a Freak due to its appearance, but it had freaky contortionist abilities too! The silicone felt slightly too flexible, making me worried how easy it would be to control; also the toy’s weight didn’t help. The size, weight, and flexibility combined, made the toy seem challenging and intimidating when I first saw it in person. The purple is different to the product images; it’s a much lighter metallic marble effect purple. There seems to be a few bubble-like markings in the base of the silicone toy, but the actual shaft, balls, and usable parts of the toy seem to be fine. The silicone is very flexible, meaning that the shaft can be bent in half, but springs back into its original form without any problems. You can also comfortably squeeze the toy, as the silicone is rather pliable. 
The toy is 8 inches in length, with about 6 inches of insertable length. At the base there is a 12 inch circumference mound, meant to resemble cybernetic balls; there are a few circuit-like indentations, but these aren’t as pronounced as the markings found on the main shaft. The base also has a slight suction, meaning that it can stick to some surfaces. I have tried sticking it to a wall, but due to its weight it doesn’t stay there for long. The circumference of the main shaft varies from 5 inches to 5.75 inches. There are various bumps with circuit-like grooves. The tip of the toy is pointed and then has ripple–like bumps to represent the glans and foreskin on a human penis. The pointed tip looks a bit like a nipple, and appears to be sharp, but is actually smooth and plushy. On the underside of the shaft there is a little bump that resembles the fraenulum of a human penis. Running down each side of the shaft you will find rows of armoured machine pipe-like textured mounds, which have bumps separated by small grooves. The toy basically has lots of techno-looking nodules, so many in fact that it’s virtually impossible to write a full descriptive analysis. I’m not sure if this is what I would’ve imagined a cyborg penis to look like. Most sci-fi with cyborgs, that I’ve seen and read, have had gender neutral cyborgs, meaning that they don’t have any form of genitalia – I know, I must read and watch some really boring sci-fi. 
After a few days of having the Cyborg placed on my desk, I finally started to once again imagine what the textured sensations would feel like. The weight of the toy started to feel more comfortable, and the flexibility of the toy didn’t seem as bad as I had first imagined. The Fleshlight Freak did freak me out for a while, but I had somehow grown to like this cybertronic object.
When using the toy I found that I needed quite a bit of foreplay and lubrication. The silicone does seem to dry up moistures and drag a bit when rubbed against dry skin, and due to the heavy textures you may want to keep a bottle of lubricant handy. Inserting the tip of the toy was simple, the point didn’t cause any discomfort. It took a while to insert the ripple-like bumps, which surprisingly also didn’t cause any discomfort. However I found that the oval textured sections on the sides, just below the head of the toy, did cause some discomfort when entering the vagina. As my body warmed to the toy, the textures started to feel more enjoyable. I could feel the ripple-like textures rub against my G-spot, while the other cyber-enhanced grooves and bumps massaged my vaginal entrance. The textures led to an enhanced G-spot orgasm. Unlike some textured toys that can stimulate my G-spot, the Cyborg felt amazing, as I was able to enjoy the textures and the G-spot stimulation simultaneously. I often find that when a toy stimulates my G-spot, the textures go unnoticed, as they aren’t as pronounced a feeling as the toy pushing onto my G-spot. Even though the Cyborg caused me to experience an amazing orgasm, I found that, due to it being flexible and having a large and heavy base, it could be tricky to use when thrusting, causing my wrist to tire quickly. As someone with small hands, I would’ve liked the base to have been smaller and slightly lighter. Removing the toy is a lot easier than some textured toys I’ve used; the Cyborg didn’t catch or cause me to feel any discomfort.
Cleaning the Cyborg is a bit harder than your standard toy, as dirt can get trapped between its many grooves. Just use your standard antibacterial wash and water, and have a cleaning cloth handy. You can also boil and sterilize the toy, as it’s made from platinum silicone. After cleaning it is best to store the toy in its packaging, as the silicone attracts quite a lot of dust.
The Cyborg can also be used anally, though personally I haven’t tried this, as I’m not overly keen on highly textured toys for anal.
Overall, I like the Cyborg; it’s an interesting and pleasurable addition to my toy collection. It’s probably the most textured silicone toy I own, being more textured than many realistic toys I’ve used, and more enjoyable than some textured glass and metal toys I’ve tried. Once you’ve gotten past its appearance and weighty feel, it definitely is an excellent toy. I would recommend this toy to anyone who enjoys slightly above average size, and textured toys. I’m considering getting a few more from the Fleshlight Freaks range, and even though I’ve enjoyed using the Cyborg, I’m not sure how the others will compare. I think if they weren’t so pricey I would certainly purchase more, but for now the Cyborg will have to do.
I purchased this Dildo from sextoys.co.uk

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