Friday, August 24, 2012


Today I'll be looking at Fun Factory's Share, a lovely double ended dildo.

This is hands down my favorite toy that I currently own. This toy is wonderful for jacking off, gender play, and partner play. The Share comes in purple, pink, and black. Share is nine inches long, one end has a little over six inches of insertable length, and the other end is a little over four inches. Both ends are fairly thick, with circumferences of five and a half inches and five and three-quarter inches. Share is made of Fun Factory's pure silicone, so it's firm but still has lots of squishy-ness and flexibility. This also means Share is a lint magnet though, and needs plenty of water-based lube.

Share is a fairly versatile toy, and I'll begin with the ways Share can be used by one body. Anyone can use either end of Share anally. Though Share doesn't have a flange, the way it's shaped ensures the toy will not become lost in your butt and require a trip to the emergency room. I found the cock-shaped side to be better for anal penetration, and fairly comfortable as the pure silicone is velvety. The shaft feels like a fairly average filling, though not stretching, dildo. For vaginal owners, they can use the realistic side alone as a dildo with a handle. I did not find that there was enough curvature on the shaft for g-spot stimulation, though there is a pleasurable ridge on the glans of the dildo. Another use, and this one is what I think makes Share truly awesome, is vaginal owners can insert the bulb end and jack off. There are of course other double ended toys that one can do this with, however Share does it way better. First of all, the bulb pressed right up against my g-spot and was very comfortable in my vagina. The toy did not slip at all, though as a disclaimer, I do kegel exercises fairly regularly, and that probably helped. The base of the realistic dildo pressed against my clitoris in a very pleasing way. Jacking off with this toy was thus extremely pleasurable, and stimulated both my clitoris and g-spot. This makes the toy extra-desirable to any vaginal owner who wants to play with their own cock while getting off, or anyone interested in gender play.

Share can also be used for two people with whatever combination of orifices and/or hands. Since the bulb is shaped so well, I found it mostly stayed put during thrusting. I do a fair amount of kegels, and had no problems with the bulb slipping for standing or thrusting into a well-lubricated orifice. When met with high resistance, or a non-lubricated orifice, the bulb began to slip, though it didn't fall out. If this is a worry, one could use an O-ring harness, or their fingers, as a safety net. As Share is made from firm, yet pliable, silicone the shaft of the dildo stood up firm when the bulb was inserted, and there was no droopiness.

Share's silicone texture has quite a bit of drag. One can either use a ton of water-based lube with the toy, or cover the end[s] you're using with a condom[s], and need far less lube. Share has two veins on the underside of the penis end, which provide lovely sensations and ease insertion.

The Share can be boiled or tossed in the dishwasher after use. If used alone or with condoms, then Share can be easily cleaned with soap and warm water, or a toy cleaner.

Grade Breakdown: 95

Value: 4/5
Edenfantasys for just over $100
Would I buy this toy for $100? After a birthday or holiday that involves family members giving me money- yes. Otherwise, probably not.
Is it worth the $100? Yes.

Aesthetics: 16/20
The Share is pretty enough, but at first glance may be intimidating.
Fun Factory silicone attracts a ton of lint and is hard to keep clean.
{Hint: place it in Saran wrap after cleaning}

Pleasure: 75/75
Intended Functionality: 5/5
Partner Play: Excellent
Reusability: 20/20
This toy is fairly versatile, and can be tossed in the dishwasher between uses.
Best Functionality: 50/50
Jacking off with the Share is by far it's best use.
I would have bought the Share just for solo play.

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