Uberrime Dildos mini reviews: Dragon Claw, Splendid Large, and Amo
There are few things in this world I love collecting more than glossy, hand-marbled silicone dildos. Here are three by Uberrime Dildos that give me heart-eyes-emoji feels every time I look at them:
Uberrime Splendid Large dual-density silicone G-spot dildo
You never forget your first. The Uberrime Splendid Large gives me throwback feels to my first silicone dildo: a glossy, pearly pink Tantus Silk Large. I can appreciate a vibrator with a well-executed matte silicone finish, but something about slick, relatively frictionless gloss that feels so familiar and so right.
Splendid Large are drastically different in circumference. The Silk is 1.5″ at the widest cross-section, while the Splendid’s widest is 2.07″. By most people’s standards, the Uberrime Splendid Large is fucking huge, but still within the realm of plausible penis sizes. By my standards, that measurement, multiplied by 7.5″ of insertable length, is perfection.
Okay, but how does the Uberrime Splendid Large feel?
It takes the slightest bit of lube to push all the way in, right where it belongs. It’s like when there’s amazing chemistry with a new partner, and I immediately widen my eyes in recoil at the first thrust, look up at him, and say, “Dude, holy fuck, just do whatever you want.” It’s heavenly.
It’s among my favorite toys for intense A-spot pressure, just below my cervix on my front wall. The glossy silicone is perfect for those who prefer more force and less friction. Sometimes, the Uberrime Night King‘s textures are a bit much, and that’s okay. And for shallower stimulation, I can’t ignore the double-crowned head’s intense popping against my G-spot.
But I do wish the Uberrime Splendid Large could thrust itself. With the way I usually push, using the Splendid sometimes feels like unintentionally edging myself, like I’ll go crazy if I stop jackhammering.
Other G-spotting, A-spotting, and cervix-massaging dildos to consider
The Splendid’s head isn’t as squishy as VixSkin, or as tapered as the Aqua King; the relatively blunt insertion isn’t as intuitive for thrusting into the right spot behind my cervix. And unlike with the rigid njoy Eleven, I have to use shorter thrusts with the Splendid, pushing it harder and more deliberately to get the kind of pressure I crave.
The Splendid Large has given me some fantastic orgasms and nostalgic feels, and I adore the shimmery gloss. But it isn’t the most reliable dildo for my posterior fornix. For that, give me something with a firmer core, steeper curve, more tapering, or a squishier head.
Uberrime Amo: G-spot dildo with a heart-shaped head
The Uberrime Amo is another (CUTE AF!) glossy silicone dildo with minimal texture. Its classic flat head reminds me of a girthier but more flexible (and subjectively less intense) version of the Chrystalino Champ. But it comes with a twist: the sharp corona dips into a heart shape.
It’s aesthetically pleasing, but what difference does dip make in use? When thrusting, not much. But it’s fun to twist if a defined corona and sharp sensations against your G-spot is your thang. Clenching around the head’s defined vertical edges on the sides is also delectable for the same reason.
I will say, though, that my G-spot is more demanding of pressure, so the glass Chrystalino Champ is still my go-to beginner recommendation for those built similarly to me. For those who want a gorgeous, glossy, and flexible G-spot toy in a classic shape, the Uberrime Amo is a solid investment. For me, it feels good to tap it against my front wall, but I don’t adore the sensation. And not as much as I love the artistry of the silicone’s marbling.
Dragon Claw dildo/silicone bullet sleeve
The Uberrime Dragon Claw is a sample of what Uberrime has to offer at an affordable price of $32.99. It’s a silicone dildo on the smaller side, with 4.25″ of insertable length, but it’s big on texture. Want a miniature rendition of the Aqua-King’s sawtooth ridges? Or the Uberrime Xenuphora‘s sharp and prismatic edges? The Dragon Claw will give you a taste.
I don’t often enjoy shallow penetration by itself, but the Dragon Claw‘s surfaces manipulate and ripple and against my internal clitoris with enough force to get me off with no cervix pressure whatsoever. When I don’t nestle the tip against my G-spot, the textures are ample, and I enjoy twisting the edges against my front wall.
The silicone also serves as a buffer if you, like me, sometimes find the We-Vibe Tango‘s ultra-powerful vibrations to be a bit much. Just pop the bullet into the cavity on the base. It tones down the vibrations to a level that can still get me off clitorally, without oversensitizing me afterward. The Uberrime Dragon Claw is also a glorious option if you simply enjoy shallow penetration with internal vibrations. For the price, it is a steal.