Review: Uberrime Amante and Divo + Squarepegtoys Nathan
Is it a drool-inducing, ecstatic experience, or is it merely passable as meat? The art of silicone dildo firmness is like cooking a steak — tenderness can make or break your creation.
Think of how a penis’s glans yields and squishes in one’s hands — or the coronal ridge between a set of lips. Super soft silicone can get close to that feeling, especially when layered over a firm core.
Today, we’re sampling realistic dildos with three very different silicone density formulas:
- Uberrime Amante triple-density dildo
- Uberrime Divo Large dual-density dildo
- Squarepegtoys Nathan 1X firmer silicone
They’re all representative of penises; their commonalities include clearly defined tips, veins, and corpora spongiosum. Yet, there’s a beautiful range of diversity in look and feel. One has foreskin-like ribbing, while another is filling while slightly asymmetric.
The most luxurious of the three, the Uberrime Amante, has an eye-catching, iridescent color shift option. And it squishes even more like an actual cock than the other two. Let’s just say there’s a reason it’s currently The Chosen One for extinguishing the flames during my fertile, ragingly horny phase.
Single density vs. dual-density vs. and triple-density dildos
Most dildos have one uniform silicone softness. Some have two densities — a stiffer inner center with a more skin-like outer layer.
Vixen Creations’ VixSkin dildos are perhaps the most revered in the latter category. In the 2010s, their sensational realism was unparalleled among body-safe toys. Nowadays, it’s easier to find dual-density dildos from a broader range of makers, including some options under $50.
The luxurious VixSkin Johnny, Outlaw, and Gambler are still S-tier for maximal moans, but I love seeing other interpretations of the realistic dildo. Pris Toys, for example, explicitly wanted to make dual-density dildos firmer than VixSkin. (Shown above is the Pris Toys Sentinel.)
Uberrime Amante triple-density dildo
Best for deep straight penetration, e.g., massaging the cervix
The Uberrime Amante comes the closest to feeling like flesh and blood out of any dildo I have ever felt.
It seriously feels like there’s liquid under the frenulum, I thought to myself the first time squishing the Uberrime Amante in my hands.
Sure enough, I checked the product description, which included:
- “Gooey, gummy middle layer”
- “You can actually depress the frenulum above the core”
- “The outer skin can be pinched and moved around”
Uberrime Amante measurements
Most notable about the Uberime Amante is how much contrast among the silicone layers there is:
- Shore 20A (pretty fucking hard) at the core
- Shore 0000 (!!!) atop that
- Shore 5A at the tip and on the outermost layer
In other words, despite the ample cushioning, it’s suuuper sturdy and has some serious recoil when you bend and release it. That can be an asset during deep penetration when you’re aiming for a specific spot on the cervical os or its fornices. The result: easy orgasms, even with a straight shaft.
I looooove going in as far with the Uberrime Amante as I can. Here’s how its dimensions measure up:
- 8.5″ length
- 1.83″ maximum diameter
- 7.5″ insertable length
Uberrime Amante vs. Supero: how they feel in use
I think of the Uberrime Amante as the Uberrime Supero 2.0 Deluxe; everything I loved about the Supero applies to the Amante, plus some serious upgrades.
Remember what I said about the Uberrime Supero:
“The orgasms with this dildo are reliably mind-altering. I would use the phrase, ‘la petite mort.’ However, let us instead emphasize the sheer viscerality of the experience and the deactivation of my left orbitofrontal cortex.”
The Uberrime Amante is even better. Here’s why.
Its hard core and additional half-inch of insertable length mean I can properly jackhammer and bottom myself out. With the Supero, I instinctively held myself back and second-guessed my rhythm. Meanwhile, I can go full feral mode with the Amante during deep penetration.
The pliable dip under the frenulum also makes angling more interesting during shallow penetration. With the way my anatomy is closely spaced, all the following things can happen at once:
- Tilting the shaft towards my external clitoris for grinding
- Angling the other end towards my back wall to massage the anus indirectly
- My vagina clenching squeezing most tightly at the squishiest part — thereby bending the dildo
- The firmer head and sharp corona (relative to the frenulum) push against my G-spot and front wall
And, speaking of the sharp corona? It’s slightly more focused on the Amante than the Supero, with more of a “swoop” along the dorsal side of the head. The shape is also slightly more tapered, making it easy to aim in both my posterior and anterior fornices.
(If you want the most pinpoint coronal ridge Uberrime offers, though, get the Primo, Dulce, Optimo, or Maxime.)
Closing thoughts on the Uberrime Amante
While the skin textures aren’t obvious in use, the silicone’s consistency and softness distribution are uncannily lifelike.
It’s not for everybody — those who want something more rugged and texture-intensive should keep reading through the next section. But the Uberrime Amante specializes and sticks to what it’s good at:
- Bending and smooshing against all the shallow hotspots at once
- Straight, sturdy, smooth jackhammering when diving deep
- Cushily coaxing oxytocin via the cervix
There’s no such thing as a perfect sex toy, but the Uberrime Amante is up among the toys damn near perfect for me.
Super defined corona, plus the firmness showcases the foreskin textures and veins
So let’s say you are that dildologist who wants:
- Ribbing and textures galore
- A firm flared mushroom tip
- A forward tilting curve that declares its intentions
- Nothing “too” far in the fantasy realm
Hoooh, are you in for a treat!
Uberrime makes plenty of double-crowned and triple-crowned dildos for that repeated pop-pop-pop against the G-spot and A-spot. Such toys include the Night King and Aqua-King — among the most delightfully aggressive silicone dildos of their size class.
The Uberrime Divo’s appeal is similar to the Night King and Aqua-King, with two key distinctions.
- It’s more realistic in shape. Rather than mermaid scales and undead zombie veins, the Uberrime Divo has a super bunched-up foreskin, vertical veinage, and a slightly grainy skin texture
- A firmer core and squishier outside. While the older Uberrime models are Shore 8A or 5A throughout, the Divo is 20A on the inside and 0050 on the outside. The tip squishes and bounces, but the core is nice and stable.
Uberrime Divo measurements
- Total length: 6″
- Usable length: 5.13”
- Head Diameter: 1.35″
- Shaft diameter: 1.32″
- Total length: 6.75″
- Usable length: 6″
- Head diameter: 1.55″
- Shaft diameter: 1.51″
- Total length: 8″
- Usable length: 7″
- Head diameter: 1.91″
- Shaft diameter: 1.8″
Uberrime Divo vs. Splendid: how they feel in use
Yup, I’m treating you to another “Uberrime then vs. now” comparison. The Uberrime Splendid became a sex geek classic within 4 years of its release, but it wasn’t my favorite. Lucky for me, the Splendid’s incompatibilities with my anatomy have largely been addressed by the newer Divo.
Here’s what I said about the Uberrime Splendid back in 2019:
The relatively blunt insertion isn’t as intuitive for thrusting into the right spot behind my cervix. […] I have to use shorter thrusts with the Splendid, pushing it harder and more deliberately to get the kind of pressure I crave.
It has given me some fantastic orgasms and nostalgic feels, and I adore the shimmery gloss. But the Uberrime Splendid isn’t the most reliable dildo for my posterior fornix. For that, give me something with a firmer core, more tapering, or a squishier head.
And the Uberrime Divo delivered on my wish for a dual-density dildo with a slightly sleeker glans. There are pros and cons to this design choice.
If you crave deep penetration, the head shape may have an easier time sliding into your cervical fornices. The downside is that it won’t hammer your G-spot as exuberantly. That’s a trade-off I’m willing to make, though. The Uberrime Divo’s bunched foreskin textures are abundantly gratifying.
Think less deep G-spot pressure with the Uberrime Divo and more tactile. Sharper. More granular. You’ll really feel the ribbing on this toy. Considering how much I adored the Uberrime Night King’s winding landscape, it’s no surprise the Divo supersedes the Splendid in my eyes.
Squarepegtoys Nathan in firmer Shore 8A silicone
Best for a big stretch, but with subtle G-spot stimulation and minimal drag. Plus, suction cup base!
The Squarepegtoys Nathan owes its realism to the fact that it was cast from an actual cock. As such, it comes in two sizes: the real-life Nathan’s dick dimensions and bigger 1X. I chose the latter to review.
There’s some veinage, but two more prominent structural features make the Squarepegtoys Nathan stand out:
- The slight lateral curve
- The pronounced corpus spongiosum along the underside
If you use it sideways, it can direct the pressure ever-so-slightly along the front wall — meaning slipping in front of my cervix easily while thrusting deep. The Squarepegtoys Nathan 1X is filling and slightly A-spotty at the same time. Its thickness and firmness certainly help.
I enjoy clenching around the Squarepegtoys Nathan and twisting it. And despite how filling it is, it slips in surprisingly easily.
The one downside is that I wish the Nathan was longer, but if you have a shallower cervix or want slick G-spotty sensations, it may be a better fit for you.
Squarepegtoys Nathan measurements
- 5.1” insertable length
- 1.6” head diameter
- 1.8” diameter near base
Squarepegtoys Nathan 1X
- 6” insertable length
- 1.8” head diameter
- 2.1” diameter near base