Real Nude Ergo Dildo Review 7/10

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The Ergo is my second dildo from the Real Nude range by Blush Novelties. I was blown away by the quality when I first tried the Helio and it quickly became a favourite for both pegging and for my partner to use on solo anal expeditions. The squishy dual density was to-die-for but as often is the case, I wanted bigger and better. My longing eyes settled on the Ergo and I knew I had to try it… for science.

The Ergo comes in an oval plastic packet (pulls open so no need to rage through it with scissors) and there’s even a little ‘lint-free’ storage bag inside there to keep your dildo in. You can get this dildo in Violet (the colour in the pictures), Indigo, or the ‘flesh’ colours; Toffee and Almond.

At  5” in circumference around the shaft and 5.25” around the head at the widest point, the Ergo errs on the slightly girthy side of dildos. The shaft is pretty straight, which admittedly is normally a deal breaker for me but it’s got this fairly pronounced ridge under the head which was whispering my G-spot promises before I even got it out of the packet. Its  6” insertable length is right at my limit – anything more and I get way more cervical action than I bargain for. Ouchy…

The Ergo is phallic but it’s not quite in the realm of realistic dildo, sure there’s a defined head and squishy balls but it’s like the cartoonised version of a cock. It’s stylised and fun, and I way prefer this look over something that tries to be ‘the real deal’ or whatever. There’s also a very feint hint of veins running along the shaft and a slight indent on the head that hints again at realism but in a very artistic and unnaturally symmetrical way.

The feel and flexibility of the Ergo is pretty similar to the dual density Vixen’s, it’s got that slightly tacky/static feel to the silicone (although not to the same extent as the Vixen Mustang). Its dual density allows it to hold form whilst still being bendable, however the thickness of the Ergo does make it a lot less flexible than its thinner sibling the Helio.  The head and the balls are all squishy because the denser inner core doesn’t reach these parts.

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This silicone needs plentiful lube to stop it being a drag to use. Honestly slather this dildo up! Squishy silicone is notorious for being a lube hog and you don’t want friction burns internally… trust me!

 Inserting the Ergo was satisfying, it’s large squishy head providing the wonderful ‘pop’ as it made its way past my vaginal opening. The Ergo felt large but never uncomfortably so, just a satisfying stretch that encouraged my muscles to grasp it and pull it deeper. The ridge under the head slipped tactfully past my grumpy pubic bone, unnoticed, stealthy, and straight to where I needed it. My G-spot.

Yes despite the Ergo’s straight shaft, I did manage to achieve some G-spot stim, all thanks to that pronounced head. The squishy nature of the dildo and lack of curve did prevent any strong pressure, like the kind I’d need to squirt, but for me that’s not make or break for a dildo.

The Ergo subtle ways make for a great dildo to enjoy in conjunction with clitoral stimulation and since that’s my favourite way to jerk off, this toy has ticked the most important box of all. I also found it easy to wield because you can literally grab it by the balls! I’d happily let someone else use this dildo on me, safe in the knowledge that it’s squishy nature makes it almost impossible to bash things that don’t like being bashed (my grumpy pubic bone and antsy cervix).

I can’t help wondering, if I wasn’t a bit of a novice when it comes to girthy toys, would I find the Ergo a little boring? I can imagine, with such a straight shaft and only the pronounced head for texture that the Ergo might be a slightly dull sensation for people used to bigger toys.

This dildo has a suction cup, but its only really going to be useful if you’re planning on sticking it to something horizontal – when vertical (on a wall or door) the weight of the dildo pulls it off after only a few seconds. This is a fairly weighty chunk of silicone, I mean if somebody slapped you with it, you’d be pretty pissed and probably sporting a black eye, so it’s no surprise that gravity wins out over suction.

In summary I really dig the Ergo, it’s big, it’s bright, it’s pert balls remind me off the way Chris’s sack tightens up against his shaft just before he’s about to come. Its flexible and squishy nature has my vagina doing the happy dance but I can’t help thinking it would have benefited from something more, a bit of extra texture perhaps or maybe a slight curve.

The Real Nude Range is pretty affordable when you compare it to other dual density dongs on the market, however the Ergo is one of the more expensive ones in the set, and depending on where you make your purchase will set you back about £50. Still about £20 cheaper than any other dual density toy I own.

 

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