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Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Posted: Mon Dec 16, 2019 2:50 pm
by Fallout Warning
Huge shot in the dark but can i see a Med Spitfire next to any of the following;
Small Sleipnir (this is preferred
Small Spitfire
Med nox (this is preferred
Small moko

Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Posted: Sat Dec 28, 2019 3:09 am
by eraser51
hey there

can anyone help me out:

I currently own a Naga in L and a Spritz (old one/legacy/sea dragon) in M (i think)

What would be in between those two?

I cant really comfortable fit the Naga in, anally, but the Spritz quite good with some "room left" or so to say :laugh:


A Knot would be a must have for me right now I think.
Anyone has also pics to compare the ideas?

Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Posted: Mon Jan 06, 2020 3:57 am
by eraser51
eraser51 wrote:hey there

can anyone help me out:

I currently own a Naga in L and a Spritz (old one/legacy/sea dragon) in M (i think)

What would be in between those two?

I cant really comfortable fit the Naga in, anally, but the Spritz quite good with some "room left" or so to say :laugh:


A Knot would be a must have for me right now I think.
Anyone has also pics to compare the ideas?


no one ? :(

Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Posted: Mon Jan 06, 2020 4:41 am
by Grimly Fiendish
eraser51 wrote:
eraser51 wrote:hey there

can anyone help me out:

I currently own a Naga in L and a Spritz (old one/legacy/sea dragon) in M (i think)

What would be in between those two?

I cant really comfortable fit the Naga in, anally, but the Spritz quite good with some "room left" or so to say :laugh:


A Knot would be a must have for me right now I think.
Anyone has also pics to compare the ideas?


no one ? :(


Your best option is probably to look at the measurements on the Google doc here:
viewtopic.php?f=127&t=49650

Except not every toy is documented there. However, it's a good way to see a lot of measurements all on one page.

The other thing you can do is look at the measurements of all the toys you're interested in (on their product pages). I did a screen grab of the measurement charts of the toys I'm interested in, so I can compare several at the same time (save them to your hard drive, naming them after which toy they're associated with, so you can tell them apart).

A typical recommendation is that a step up in size (or step down) is .25 inches diameter (6.3 mm). If you need a serious jump in size you might go up (or down) as much as a half inch in diameter (12.5 mm), or anywhere in between. With that in mind, you should be able to find a few different toys that could work from you, and then pick the one that interests you the most.

It's not as nice as getting personal suggestions from other users, but if you do some research, you can figure out which toys will work.

Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Posted: Fri Jan 31, 2020 8:27 am
by eraser51
eraser51 wrote:hey there
can anyone help me out:

I currently own a Naga in L and a Spritz (old one/legacy/sea dragon) in M (i think) and a flint in M

What would be in between those two?
I cant really comfortable fit the Naga in, anally, but the Spritz quite good with some "room left" or so to say :laugh:

A Knot would be a must have for me right now I think.
Anyone has also pics to compare the ideas?


Hi

I checked the excel as well as the comparison chart but I am more unsure than before
Compared my flint to the naga in L and the spritz in M but well... hmmm....
I first thought I just go up one number in the spritz but it would be a huge jump in size I think :/

Image

What toy with knot would you recommend people?



Also does someone know: do they only deliver with UPS or also with DHL because I want to get it delivered to a drop station?

Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Posted: Wed Feb 05, 2020 8:57 am
by Grimly Fiendish
eraser51 wrote:
eraser51 wrote:
Also does someone know: do they only deliver with UPS or also with DHL because I want to get it delivered to a drop station?


I don't know about Europe but in the US, UPS will deliver to "pickup" stations. I don't think Bad Dragon will deliver to those, though. I think their policy is "no PO boxes". Contact customer service to be sure.

For an in-between size of Large Naga (2.5 inch knot) and Medium Flint (3 inch shaft) you have a lot of options. Medium Xar has a knot that is 2.75 inches. Axel is 2.9 inches diameter but smooth (so maybe easier than Flint). Large Nox is 2.8 inches if I recall correctly. Large Clayton has a diameter of 2.7 in the middle (with maximum of 3 inches at the base). I think there are many toys which have a maximum dimension between 2.5 and 3 inches.

I am referring to inches and diameter because that's what I am most familiar with.

Sorry if I misunderstood your size question.

Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Posted: Mon Jul 06, 2020 1:59 pm
by Shardik
Begging, begging, if anyone has a visual comparison of a Mr. Hankey Ogre XXL with a Bad Dragon Flint, Pearce, or Clayton.

Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2020 3:32 pm
by KnotyDes
Shardik wrote:Begging, begging, if anyone has a visual comparison of a Mr. Hankey Ogre XXL with a Bad Dragon Flint, Pearce, or Clayton.

someday............... maybe

IDK i have kinda stepped away from super girth toys and have been using fucking machine friendly stuff

Re: The Big Comparison Thread (pic heavy)

Posted: Fri Nov 13, 2020 3:16 am
by Padre
Long time no seen! :>

Could anybody perhaps compare a small Tyson and a small Chance for me? If you have a small Nox to add for reference, that would also be great!
Thanks!