The T.O.M. is a sturdy, plastic dildo mount designed for anyone who wants to play with their suction-cup toys from different angles. It gives you multiple mounting options, from on-top to doggy-style positions at HALF the price of a Liberator mount!
Silicon and plastic mounts are non-porous and easier to maintain. Be careful about picking the one that is water-resistant. Types Suction Cup. A suction cup dildo mount is one that attaches itself to your dildo.
TOM v2 "The Other Man" Suction Dildo Mount. Brand: TenderBeaver. 4.5 out of 5 stars. 717 ratings. | 25 answered questions. Price: $48.99 ($48.99 / Count) Enhance your purchase. TOM v2 was designed to mount your adult suction toys in a variety of positions.
Suction mounts require a hard ABS plastic or similar material as they need to suction on to a surface and also allow the dildo to suction onto the mount itself. A harness or stool will need to be elastic or silicone.
With a Liberator Sex Toy Mount, you can experience no-hands pleasure while keeping your dildos, vibrators, Fleshlights, and hand-held wand massagers right where you want them. Our revolutionary dildo pillows and fleshlight mounts take self-pleasure to a brand new level as your hands are completely free to stimulate other parts of your body.
What I like most about the pillow mount is, unlike most other options, the attachment hole is deep enough to cover the base of my sex toys. Even with dildos, it only takes away an inch or two. And the best thing about it, the hole accommodates sex toys with a 1.25”-3” diameter – every dildo comes with you.
I’ve found the best mounting trick ever was when I discovered my plastic kitchen trash can. I mount the dildo on the side and approach doggy style. Unlike the wall where your feet and legs impede the depth of your thrust, you can position both legs and feet alongside the trashcan and place your anus to where the dildo can go in to the hilt.
Silicone dildos offer a soft, flexible feel, but keep in mind silicone lube should never be used with silicone dildos. Plastic and rubber dildos are realistically firm and compatible with any type of lube. Jelly dildos are bendable and flexible enough to accommodate even the most ambitious angles. Glass and metal dildos offer stiffer, harder ...
Every makeshift dildo is different, but here are some homemade sex toy safety tips that apply to most DIY sex toys: Use a condom! 9 times out of 10, you need to use a condom with a homemade sex toy. The only materials that are safe to put inside your body are things like medical-grade silicone, ABS plastic, borosilicate glass, and stainless steel.
Dildos made from melted plastic, usually labeled as jelly, TPE, TPR, are considered risky. They leak toxic chemicals, smell awful, and have a porous surface, so they are tough to clean. Porous dildos will absorb bacteria, dust, and fecal matter, and get gunky after a few months.