I honestly couldn’t think of any other way of illustrating this post. I’m sorry.

Well they didn’t mess around when they named this one, did they? It’s certainly realistic and it’s plenty long enough for anyone, however demanding they might be. 

It is a foot long, double-ended willy. I cannot make it look glamorous, however hard I try.

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Although it’s an odd looking product if you’re used to standard dildos and vibrators, double-enders are worth considering because of their versatility. This particular model isn’t too thick either, which can occasionally be a problem with some of the rather more, erm, ambitious sex toys. 

It’s also genuinely realistic looking (apart from being a mutant with two heads, obviously), which is surprisingly rare. And it’s well made – I see an awful lot of dildos in my line of work and it’s endlessly disappointing just how quickly some of them start breaking up at stress points (if you’re not stressing your dildo then you’re not using it enough, is my motto).

Heterosexual women obviously make up a large part of the dildo market and it probably doesn’t occur to them to look at double ended ones because, well, who needs more than one end? EVERYONE, is the answer to that. Think about it – either you try the extra end out on a willing partner (of either sex) whilst you’re using it yourself, or you keep it for yourself and just have a far longer sex toy than you’d ever normally buy. Win-win, people.

The only real issue with this toy is actually down to its high quality finish – because it’s so smooth and wobbly (I know that doesn’t sound very sexy, but honestly there’s no other way to describe it) it has a tendency to slip out of your hands. All the more reason to find someone to act as a willing dildo caddy…

To sum up: a well made, multipurpose beast of a toy which is unlikely to let you down.

The Pipedream King Cock retails at £35.95 from Simply Pleasure  (link opens in new window)

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