The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

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Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Postby lizardbreath » Sun May 20, 2018 6:38 pm

one size hanns and a small EE Yacuruna
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Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Postby Blue Sapphire » Mon May 21, 2018 5:31 am

Still no one here able to compare a small and/or mid Dexter with a M Nox, M Roland, M Nocturne or S Flint? There are just so few non-XL dexter around in this forum it seems :bugeyed:
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Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Postby Dracon Ra » Mon May 21, 2018 10:25 am

Blue Sapphire wrote:Still no one here able to compare a small and/or mid Dexter with a M Nox, M Roland, M Nocturne or S Flint? There are just so few non-XL dexter around in this forum it seems :bugeyed:


I can take pics of med Dexter, M Nox and S Flint when I get home at the end of the week.
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Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Postby KnotyDes » Mon May 21, 2018 2:16 pm

Blue Sapphire wrote:Still no one here able to compare a small and/or mid Dexter with a M Nox, M Roland, M Nocturne or S Flint? There are just so few non-XL dexter around in this forum it seems :bugeyed:

This is just my opinion, but dexter is kinda a meh toy. Sure its based on a character, which is a reason I got mine. In use its just lacklustre, the shaft is very plain and does do anything for me. The knot is the only redeeming feature, its very big and feels amazing.

If you want a good knot or you are into the fantasy behind the toy get one. It is a good looking toy, a pity it isn't popular. Hope this helps.
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Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Postby KnotyDes » Tue May 22, 2018 8:25 pm

Compairison of XL Bruiser, Dexter, Diego, Cole and Tucker for Fruitbat

its a largish photo dump so: https://imgur.com/a/XsyzWjT
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Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Postby Fruitbat » Tue May 22, 2018 9:27 pm

KnotyDes wrote:Compairison of XL Bruiser, Dexter, Diego, Cole and Tucker for Fruitbat

its a largish photo dump so: https://imgur.com/a/XsyzWjT


:bugeyed: :bugeyed: Oh, thank you, now I definitely WANT XL Cole!
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Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Postby Blue Sapphire » Wed May 23, 2018 9:39 am

Dracon Ra wrote:
Blue Sapphire wrote:Still no one here able to compare a small and/or mid Dexter with a M Nox, M Roland, M Nocturne or S Flint? There are just so few non-XL dexter around in this forum it seems :bugeyed:


I can take pics of med Dexter, M Nox and S Flint when I get home at the end of the week.


That would be great, thanks! That would surely help me figuring out which size to choose :smile:


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Blue Sapphire wrote: :words:

This is just my opinion, but dexter is kinda a meh toy. Sure its based on a character, which is a reason I got mine. In use its just lacklustre, the shaft is very plain and does do anything for me. The knot is the only redeeming feature, its very big and feels amazing.

If you want a good knot or you are into the fantasy behind the toy get one. It is a good looking toy, a pity it isn't popular. Hope this helps.


Well indeed it is quite a bit for the fantasy. Plus, in my case texture quite fast can be too much (which, sadly, is my problem with my Flint), hence the lack of texture shouldn`t be too much of a problem. I usually am looking for toys to both thrust and - for the lazy days - sit on, so I thought te Dexter should work out. For me the knot shouldn`t be too thick, which I am unsure between getting an S or M, wich is the reason for me to get some pictures to compare :smilenox: Thank you for sharing your pics, by the way :smile:
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Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Postby KnotyDes » Wed May 23, 2018 12:43 pm

Blue Sapphire wrote:Well indeed it is quite a bit for the fantasy. Plus, in my case texture quite fast can be too much (which, sadly, is my problem with my Flint), hence the lack of texture shouldn`t be too much of a problem. I usually am looking for toys to both thrust and - for the lazy days - sit on, so I thought te Dexter should work out. For me the knot shouldn`t be too thick, which I am unsure between getting an S or M, wich is the reason for me to get some pictures to compare :smilenox: Thank you for sharing your pics, by the way :smile:

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Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Postby Dracon Ra » Fri May 25, 2018 7:50 am

Blue Sapphire wrote:
Dracon Ra wrote:
Blue Sapphire wrote:Still no one here able to compare a small and/or mid Dexter with a M Nox, M Roland, M Nocturne or S Flint? There are just so few non-XL dexter around in this forum it seems :bugeyed:


I can take pics of med Dexter, M Nox and S Flint when I get home at the end of the week.


That would be great, thanks! That would surely help me figuring out which size to choose :smile:


Here you go:

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The pics don't really do it justice, the knot is quite bigger then Flint, more closer to the med Flint, I'd say.


Blue Sapphire wrote:Well indeed it is quite a bit for the fantasy. Plus, in my case texture quite fast can be too much (which, sadly, is my problem with my Flint), hence the lack of texture shouldn`t be too much of a problem. I usually am looking for toys to both thrust and - for the lazy days - sit on, so I thought te Dexter should work out. For me the knot shouldn`t be too thick, which I am unsure between getting an S or M, wich is the reason for me to get some pictures to compare :smilenox: Thank you for sharing your pics, by the way :smile:


If texture is the problem, you might want to look into Echo, similar to Flint, less texture, but longer.

Small Flint with med and large Echo:

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Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Postby Blue Sapphire » Sat May 26, 2018 4:39 am

Dracon Ra wrote:
Blue Sapphire wrote:
Dracon Ra wrote:
I can take pics of med Dexter, M Nox and S Flint when I get home at the end of the week.


That would be great, thanks! That would surely help me figuring out which size to choose :smile:


Here you go:

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The pics don't really do it justice, the knot is quite bigger then Flint, more closer to the med Flint, I'd say.


Blue Sapphire wrote: :words:


If texture is the problem, you might want to look into Echo, similar to Flint, less texture, but longer.

Small Flint with med and large Echo:
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Thank you, that`s exactly the pictures I wanted! Now I have an Idea about the size of the Dexter :smile:
So now I can figure out which to buy. Just need to find out how much of a challenge I wanna take :widesmile:

I haven`t had the Echo on my radar, but I guess I`ll look into him as well, he indeed looks good :smile:

Thanks again for helping me out with these pictures :smile: :smile:
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