Trying out the Tenga Flip Orb Orange Crash masturbator from BlokeToys
I know it’s been a while since we last checked out a masturbator on the blog, but the guys at BlokeToys got in touch asking me if I wanted to try out the new Tenga Flip Orb Orange Crash and you know I couldn’t turn down such an offer.
I’ve been a fan of the Tenga toys for a long time. My buddies know I have quite a few and a couple of them ask me to bring over my good old Flip Hole now and then so we can edge with it. The 3D sleeves are also a good favorite with my buddies, but I think this one might replace them all as the toy to be passed around.
If you’re familiar with the Tenga classic Flip Hole then the design of the Flip Orbs (there are three different styles in the new range) will probably seem like an upgrade, and you’d be right to think that.
The theory and method is the same as that award-winning classic; the hard plastic outer shell with the textured fleshy interior and some buttons to change the pressure and pleasure as you slide in and out. But (and it’s a big but) there are a few difference that make this pretty awesome, and I think that’s why it made me unload so hard and messy the first time I used it.
The sucking sensations you can receive from this toy is already a pretty great selling point, but the balls inside this toy offer sensations I don’t think I’ve experienced with other sleeves. I’ve bitched in the past about the fleshy toys being so smooth and lacking any texture once your cock is inside it, but this one really maintains a lot of sensation when you’re easing your dick in and out. I’m not entirely sure what the firmer material is inside the fleshy sleeve, but it’s perfect for adding that extra rigidity right where you need it. If you give the pressure points a little squeeze while you’re sliding in and out you can feel the sucking change, and believe me you’re gonna want to take your time exploring that because the first time I slid into it I was ready to fill it with cum in a matter of seconds.
When you’ve blasted your load deep into this toy and recovered from the intense climax you just enjoyed it’s real easy to clean it out. You just open up the case and wash it out with warm water, then leave it to air dry or pat it all down with a clean cloth or paper towels.
I will say that these are a little pricey, but if you’re familiar with Tenga you know what an investment they are. You’re gonna be sliding in and out of this toy for years to come and when you divide that cost over those years it’s nothing but peanuts in the end, and in exchange you get plenty of mind-blowing wanks, and potentially a good topic of conversation with your bate buddies, too.
If your friends are anything like mine they’re gonna be begging you to bring your Tenga Flip Orb Orange Crash to the next meet, but I don’t think you’ll mind sharing this toy with a few good bate buds. CLICK TO GET YOURS
“You’re gonna be sliding in and out of this toy for years to come and when you divide that cost over those years it’s nothing but peanuts in the end, and in exchange you get plenty of mind-blowing wanks”: I had a hunch your assertion was totally right. Still, you got me wondering: what’s the cost of my Tenga Flip at this point, for me? So I made some rough (and very cautious) calculations. According to these calculations, my white Tenga Flip (which has been my preferred masturbator for many years and a provider of so many hours of pleasures), has a cost per wank of about 5¢. Frankly, the cost per wank must be even lower than this at this point, but this is the value I get when trying to be restrained in my calculations. All my other toys, including the Fleshlight, end up being much pricier per wank.