As soon as I saw this dildo I fell in love with it. I had to have it; it combined my love of glass whilst dipped in silicone. So I got that rigid feeling, the cold feeling of glass and the smoothness of Silicone – It had to be done.
So as stated above, The Key Comet by Jopen is a glass bodied dildo dipped in a soft body safe silicone, it is perfectly designed for G spot stimulation and well just looks divine.
The colour of the packaging will depend on the colour dildo chosen; there are three colours available; blue, purple and pink. The colour that I have is blue, so the packaging received was a lovely black and blue box which depicts the Key Comet and information about the product.
Also included is a protective pouch so you can store your dildo if you don’t want to keep the initial box around. It has to been said, I moan a lot about glass toys that don’t come with a protective storage bag as I feel they’re essential. I am also going to have a little moan about this storage bag; mainly because it just feels cheap and honestly a little tacky. I had to purchase a storage bag separate because I really didn’t want to keep my luxurious dildo in it.
Due to the shape of the dildo there are various different sizes illustrated below.
My measurements for Key Comet. The handle is a length of 3.3 inches. The shaft sizes vary from 5 inches, 3.8 inches and 3.4 inches in circumference. With a measurement of 10 inches in length from end to end.
The wand being made from both silicone and glass makes it waterproof, making it extremely easy to clean just pop it in some warm soapy water. When cleaning pay close attention to where the silicone shaft meets the handle (As lube and other things may want to hold up residence there) maybe use a bottle cleaning brush, or what I used is an unused nail cleaning brush.
It is essentially a glass toy, but it doesn’t have all the benefits of glass due to the silicone coating. You will need to use a good quality Water-Based lubricant, and stay away from any silicone lubricants as these will damage your toy. Also keep in mind this dildo needs a lot of lube, like more than I’ve ever needed to use before so the handle can get quite slippery when in use.
Ok, so it is really stunning, and unusual! Silicone coated glass, with a glass handle; perfect shape for G spot stimulation.
I love glass dildos; they’re so smooth and easy to use; so silicone coated glass really appealed to me. The tip itself isn’t huge; I’ve taken bigger yet with the shape of it my vagina constantly said um no. I had to use a lot of lube; even then it just didn’t want to go in and when it did it wasn’t comfortable.
Because of the material used and the curved tip it can be quite unforgiving and you really need to get yourself ready to be able to use it to its fully potential.
I persisted with the Comet, I’d heard great things about and I wanted to give it a fair chance before I wrote it off. So after using various other toys to warm me up and a lot of lube (Really A LOT) it went in easily. It felt fantastic, the rounded tip massaging my G spot and the hard rigidness of it made me feel so full.
My problem with it is that it doesn’t seem to be designed for the hard thrust; I’d get close to orgasm need to pull out and push back in hard to fully achieve it and then OW the curved tip would hurt upon pulling it out.
When keeping it in though and going for the slow build-up of ecstasy it can really bring to brilliant mind blowing G spot orgasms.
For me to be able to use the comet I had to be seriously aroused, thoroughly warmed up and use quite a bit of lube. It most certainly isn’t a spur of the moment, pick this up and whack it in kind of toy. But don’t let that put you off, because when you use persevere and use when you are all of that it will bring you immeasurable pleasure.