Mini Reviews: Blush Novelties’ Neo Elite Dildos
Blush Novelties is doing the world a service by offering so many inexpensive dual-density silicone dildos, including their new Neo Elite dildo line. Gone are the days that you’d have to spend $100 or more just to experience a dual-density dildo. Blush’s Neo Elite line averages just $30, making them more accessible than ever. For the uninitiated: dual-density dildos are silicone dildos crafted with a firm core and a soft outer layer. The result is a more realistic-feeling dildo. And even if realism isn’t your concern, dual-density dildos tend to be more comfortable for penetration than their firmer counterparts.
About the Neo Elite Dildo Line
Blush’s new Neo Elite line is a collection of four average to slightly larger than average dildos in fanciful neon colors. Each dildo comes in two fabulously fluorescent color choices. T
I’m so happy that Blush is making affordable silicone alternatives to toxic PVC toys. The more affordable silicone is, the less likely consumers will be to choose cheaper jelly toys that may put their health at risk. That’s a net positive. But make no mistake. If you buy one of these Neo Elite dildos thinking that you’re getting VixSkin-level quality and attention to detail, you’re fooling yourself. Vixen’s silicone dildos are handcrafted in the United States. Blush’s line is mass produced. They’re just not the same. BUT, for the price, Blush’s offerings cannot be beaten. If you are trying to build a collection or just can’t justify spending $100 on a dildo, Blush has you covered. The company has clearly made an effort to make body-safe toys that are affordable for the average consumer. That’s progress.
NOTE: The Neo Elite line is the silicone version of the PVC Neo line of dildos. If you buy one, purchase the dildos marked as “Elite” or order from a retailer that offers body-safe toys only like Peepshow Toys. For info on what makes some toys body-safe, read this explainer.
I wish that Blush had given each of the dildos specific names. Instead, they’re identified by their dimensions and whether they have balls, making them more difficult for me to write about clearly or to easily recommend in the future.
6-Inch Silicone Dual-Density Suction Cup Dildo
The most petite offering in the Neo Elite line is also the smoothest in texture. Fellow texture haters, rejoice! There are some veins that my camera can’t quite capture because of the bright color, but I can’t really feel them during use. The shaft is also very straight, so don’t expect too much g-spot stimulation. Despite its straight stature though, the coronal ridge adds interest. This dildo’s small size makes it a great starter dildo or an awesome all-around dildo for anyone who just doesn’t want something large. And because of its small size, the suction cup holds its weight well.
For me, this is a great warm-up dildo. It’s currently in my regular rotation as the dildo I start with before moving on to bigger, badder things.
7-Inch Silicone Dual-Density Suction Cup Dildo
The thickest of the bunch is the 7-inch dildo. It’s a quarter inch larger than average at 1.75 inches in girth. If that seems daunting to you, keep in mind the squishiness of the dual-density silicone. While 1.75 inches would normally be a bit much for me, I found this dildo conformed well to my vagina. Blush has really succeeded here with its Sensafeel (that’s their term for dual-density) silicone; the dildo is soft and realistic while staying firm enough to hold its shape during penetration.
It’s also less round than the others, with a slightly flattened shaft. As pictured, this dildo has quite a bit of finely-detailed texture, but it’s so fine that it’s not noticeable when covered in lube and inserted. This dildo has a less common downward-pointed curve that makes it ideal for doggy-style vaginal penetration. I found that it felt pretty great from behind and was impressed by the g-spot stimulation that it provided.
Had I not decided to purchase the entire line, I probably wouldn’t have picked this one up on its own. I’m glad that I did though because the soft-yet-firm girth and gentle curve make it my favorite of the bunch.
7.5-Inch Silicone Dual-Density Suction Cup Dildo
This is such a great dildo for beginners. The head is the most narrow part of the dildo. The girth tapers gradually and consistently, making initial penetration downright comfy. It’s not the best for those who want a prominent head for stimulation but for someone new to anal, for instance, this would be a great place to start. It’s the only dildo of the four without balls, so if you feel like balls sometimes get in the way or you’re just put off by them, this is the one for you. It also has the longest insertable length, a full 7 inches, because of the lack of balls.
Overall, this isn’t a particularly remarkable dildo. There are no special features to speak of. But that’s okay! It’s another great option for anyone looking for a quality dual-density dildo at a reasonable price. I can see myself recommending this to a lot of first-time dildo buyers.
7.5-Inch Silicone Dual-Density Suction Cup Dildo with Balls
The most highly-textured option in this line is the 7.5-inch dildo with balls. It’s incredibly vascular. As someone who doesn’t love textured toys, I was a bit worried. But with plenty of lube, the texture doesn’t bother me. Because the outer layer of silicone is quite soft, the texture is pretty inoffensive. And you’re a texture lover, you’ll still get something out of this dildo but maybe not as much as one made of a firmer material.
Standing straight up, like in the photo above, it looks like this might be a serious contender for g-spot orgasms. Unfortunately, it doesn’t quite hold that shape in use. When used horizontally as most people would, that curve virtually disappears. If the core had been slightly firmer, I don’t think this would happen. In use, I felt a bit of pressure on my g-spot but not much. That’s a legitimate shortcoming with the Neo Elite line. I think at least one of these four dildos should be designed to be a more effective g-spot/ prostate stimulator.
I don’t mean to suggest this is a disappointing dildo though, I actually love it. Of all of the dildos, it has the squishiest head with a distinctive coronal ridge, and my body loves this combination.
The Same Questions We Always Ask
- Manufacturer? Blush Novelties
- Material? Dual-Density Silicone
- Price? ~$30
- Body-Safe? Yes
Neo Elite6-Inch: 1.4 inches in girth x 4.4 inches insertable length, Neo Elite 7-inch: 1.75 inches in girth x 5 inches insertable length, Neo Elite 7.5 inch: 1.5 inches in girth x 7 inches insertable length, Neo Elite 7.5 with Balls: 1.5 inches in girth x 5.5 insertable length
- Color Options: Neon Orange, Pink, Blue, and Green, depending on the model. Each dildo has two color options.
- Anal-Safe (does it have a flared base)? Yes
- O-ring Compatible? Yes, but untested by me
- Vac-u-lock Compatible? No
- Lube? Use plenty of water-based lube.
- Ease of cleaning? Easy Peasy. As with other silicone dildos, wash with soap and water before and after each use. To disinfect: wash thoroughly with soap and water, then boil for 3 minutes.
I’d recommend Blush’s Neo Elite dildos to even the most discerning vaginas and butts. They’re not the finest artisanal dildos, but they’ll do just fine. Almost anyone would benefit by adding a Neo Elite dildo to their collection. But unless Blush expands their offerings, size queens need not apply. If you’re looking for a good average-sized realistic dildo in squishy silicone, these dildos are ideal. And at $30, why not try them all?
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