elfinqueen wrote:Hoofs_N_Horns wrote:Rainbow Dasher wrote:
SP told me their default firmness is 20A; BD's extra-firm is 10A.
It must be 20A. I know somebody else said Split Peaches' larger toys are sometimes 10A but this feels in no way comparable to BD firm. Not sure if I have anything 10A to compare it with...
Yeah, I said that, and I'm sorry if it's incorrect. This is what Nina from Split Peaches told me in May: " Most toys are 20A and some of the much larger toys are 10A." So I asked specifically which larger toys she meant (like if the large Rivetors and Unicorn Horns were included), and she responded, "The 10A is typically for the Large and Extra Large toys." So I took that as a yes. Maybe instead it only means the one-size toys that have "Extra Large" in the name? Eh.
On the topic of very firm 20A silicone...I got a pile of flops from Fuze Silicone this week, and the purple ones are 20 (+/-2, apparently) and are pretty damn hard, like definitely firmer than my small Split Peaches toys in 20A. (If only I had someone to peg with all these, y'all.)
I'm really excited about a DA toy I have coming in this Tuesday. It's the new, larger semirealistic one with the name I can't remember because it's a random collection of letters and numbers. I caved and got it because it's so orange that it reminds me of a pumpkin, but with some red and white marbling. Now I just need eye-searing lime green.
Oh no worries :3 I'm not afraid of firm toys. I don't even have a way to verify the firmness of my Screw You, what they told you might be correct for all I know. It's a pretty toy and the shape fascinates me. Only a matter of time before I gather up my courage and try it out!