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For the feel of real, look no further than X5 7 inches Cock with Flexible Spine by Blush Novelties! It is made out of X5 a unique material with superior properties that feels real and even warms to the touch. The 7 inch veined shaft is firm and truly feels realistic, providing to you an intense erotic experience. A flexible internal spine allows this dildo to remain erect for you at all times, so bend twist or angle it to hit all the right spots. It is sized perfectly for beginners and those who prefer an average sized cock. This is the perfect dildo for unforgettable solo play or with a partner and is the perfect addition to any toy collection. Most importantly, its phthalates free for safe fun! Use a good quality water based lube to keep the material strong, and dust with cornstarch if it gets tacky. Features: flexible spine holds any position. Phthalates free materials Thermoplastic Rubber TPR. Realistic look and feel. Cyberskin quality at a fraction of the price. Specifications: Length 7.5 inches. Insertable 7.5 inches. Width 1.5 inches. Circumference 4.5 inches. Weight: 4.4 ounces. How to use: prepare by applying a water based personal lubricant to dildo. Motion non-vibrating. Cleanse and care run water and apply a mild soap or wipe with a choice toy cleaner. Then let air dry. Apply a light coat of corn starch and wipe excess to refresh dildo. Disclaimer: Although the built in flexible spine is designed for bending it does have physical limitations. Do not bend product past 80 degrees or spine will snap. Any warranty claims for the spine snapping due to excessive bending cannot be accepted. Please also take note: due to the soft material spine can protrude through material if spine is forced through the material due to excessively rough play. The material is resilient but not bullet proof. Use common sense and Play responsibly. Product Package Dimensions: 10.75 inches Length by 4.9 inches Width by 1.75 inches Depth. Packaged product weight: 6.4 ounces. 2014.