Screamy wrote:But, I have an anubite and it doesn't feel super smooth like Pearce or nox, but it's also not nearly as bad as small Crackers. Id say yea, it feels a little draggy like skin.
Thanks so much you two much appreciated ! I've been considering a mini/medium firm Mocha. I wanted medium firm to be able to feel the bumps and ridges more.
Syntyche wrote:I agree with Screamy about the texture: it's not glossy or super smooth, but it's also not rough printer texture. It's matte and a little draggy (not bad, though).
It seems to vary a little either by firmness or model, too... I have a small Anubite and a small Avian and they feel a slightly different. The medium firmness Anubite is a bit more draggy than my small BD Fenrir, but the soft firmness Avian is more plush and almost velvety.
I can handle the very mild printer texture on the lil vibe I own. Yet I don't thrust with it. I'd be thrusting with or riding mini Mocha.
In case it helps, here's some info on TTC's firmnesses:
I remember this got discussed a few months ago, but opinions seem to vary on how TTC's firmnesses compare with BD's in-hand. However, the official shore hardnesses fall in line with my personal experience: TTC is a bit firmer for both medium (~5.5A vs 0050) and soft (~3.5A vs 0030).
(From what I've been able to find online, the A scale also does not correspond directly to the 00 scale... (x)A looks to be a bit firmer than 00(x)0. However, some comparison charts put them as being the same and some don't, so it's hard to tell for sure.)
Given that, I personally would opt for soft. It's entirely up to you what you think would fit your body best, though.