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Review: Bob by LELO

I’m no stranger to anal play and prostate stimulation, as those who’ve read my reviews of the Nexus Gyro and G-Rider well know. When I first opened the box containing LELO‘s Bob I was a bit…underwhelmed. Why for? Well, it’s fairly small, about the size of a fat middle finger. Something about it just told me: I’ve graduated past this.

What I immediately liked about the Bob, however, was that it is crafted from very smooth silicone (which I’ve discovered is my material of choice for my anal play toys), it’s pliable, and it has a ring on the end to allow for manipulation once inserted (and extremely easy removal.) First impressions be damned, the ease of insertion of the Bob is spectacular. I like that I didn’t have to warm up much in order to begin play time. Partly, I’m sure, because I have experience, but at the same time, the roundness and smoothness of the tip allows it to slide right in.  And the fact that the wide end is up front and it tapers as it moves back to the ring keeps it in.

While inserted, its curved shape brings it in light contact with the prostate, though it’s not curved enough to build any sort of strong pressure. I reached down to adjust with the manipulation ring and found an issue that perhaps is only me. The ring’s openings face left and right instead of up and down. Therefore, when reaching from the front, you have to bring the hand to the side. This would certainly allow for good play with a partner, but on solo duty it’s a bit cumbersome.

So, LELO‘s Bob, how is he? A solid good. Probably would be great for those who don’t have a lot of experience and are looking for a “my first anal toy” that doesn’t involve graduated beads. The solid silicone construction is a plus as I’m someone who like to COMPLETELY disinfect my toys, and Bob can be boiled. (And is dishwasher safe!) As I said, I also like that it’s simple and small in that it doesn’t require a lot of prep work to use.

Recommended.

Full Disclosure: We did not purchase this product, it was sent to us specifically for review. Our policy is to, regardless of how we acquired a product, review it fairly and openly. No writer for Life On The Swingset will ever deliberately mislead our readers into believing that a product is good because of anything we received from the company. We are open and honest, and cannot be bought or bribed. If we love a product, we’ll tell you, if we don’t, BELIEVE us, we’ll tell you that too. End disclaimer.

Cooper's life isn't like other people's. When he's not writing or podcasting at Life on the Swingset, he's living it up as an evangelical swinger drifting toward poly, spreading the good word that "sharing is caring." He truly believes that a good many people would be open to exploring the fringe of human sexuality and relationships, knocking down the borders between orientations, and experiencing the most basic of human rights: great sex, if only they were told it's okay to do so. He has resolved to change the world, even if it's only one couple at a time. Be his friend on Facebook – Follow him on Twitter

Author: Cooper

Cooper's life isn't like other people's. When he's not writing or podcasting at Life on the Swingset, he's living it up as an evangelical swinger drifting toward poly, spreading the good word that "sharing is caring." He truly believes that a good many people would be open to exploring the fringe of human sexuality and relationships, knocking down the borders between orientations, and experiencing the most basic of human rights: great sex, if only they were told it's okay to do so. He has resolved to change the world, even if it's only one couple at a time. Be his friend on Facebook – Follow him on Twitter

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  1. I love that Lelo is making high quality toys for men. Definitely going on my wish list! Great review.

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    • Highly recommended, Chops. Lelo is a company that definitely takes pride in their work!

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  2. I've heard that some people seem to think that ring isn't substantial enough to be considered a base. I know that you say that you felt it did, but was it a matter of only be just large enough to not cause concern, or was it sufficiently large that you didn't think about it?

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    • It's true, the ring was on the smaller side, but as thin as the Bob gets before the ring base, you'll likely close down around it before the base arrives. I was never worried that it would vanish, and I kept it in for a while while doing other things.

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