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Marc Dorcel

Marc Dorcel

Dorcel SO Phospho Glow-In-The-Dark Silicone G-Spot Dildo

The Dorcel SO Phospho Glow-In-The-Dark Silicone G-Spot Dildo is reversible and constructed of silky, flexible silicone for easy and pleasurable penetration. Its uniqely shaped ends meet all your desires spot on. Perfectly curved to stimulate your G-Spot.
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Marc Dorcel Pleasure Toys
Dorcel SO Phospho Glow-In-The-Dark Silicone G-Spot Dildo
The Dorcel SO Phospho Glow-In-The-Dark Silicone G-Spot Dildo is reversible and constructed of silky, flexible silicone for easy and pleasurable penetration. Its uniquely shaped ends meet all your desires spot on. Perfectly curved to stimulate your G-Spot, its ergonomic design also means you can use either end - it's just a matter of what feels best! In phosphorescent edition, it will be your new playmate in the dark. NOTE: The dildo must be held under a lamp or in direct sunlight for a few minutes to "charge up" the glow.
Dorcel SO Phospho Glow-In-The-Dark Silicone G-Spot Dildo - Night and Day
If you're looking for a double-ended dildo with thoughtful craftsmanship and quality materials, then you cannot go wrong with Dorcel SO Phospho Glow-In-The-Dark Silicone G-Spot Dildo. Another great toy in the premium offering from Marc Dorcel Toys.

Insertable length: 7", circumference: 4.5", width: 1.9" (thick end), 1.3" (small end), 1.2" (middle), overall length: 8.75".
If this icon is pink, this manufacturer offers an Extended Warranty. If this icon is pink, this product is Anal Safe or specifically made for Anal Play. If this icon is pink, this product is Harness Ready or specifically made for Harness Play. If this icon is pink, this product features Multiple Speeds or Patterns. If this icon is pink, this product is Phthalates Free. If this icon is pink, this product is primarily or completely made of Silicone. If this icon is pink, this product is Water Resistant but not necessarily Water Proof. If this icon is pink, this product is Water Proof.

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Dorcel SO Phospho Glow-In-The-Dark Silicone G-Spot Dildo Reviews

(8 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
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The glow in the dark is what sold me.
Sylveon Strawberry (Oregon) 1/3/2017 6:57 PM
After getting rid of an "old faithful" toy that was less than body safe, I needed something new. This was a bargain for something made of silicone and had a really cute novelty factor with the glow in the dark. I love everything glow in the dark and glittery, so I was sold. I didn't have super high hopes for this dildo, but I have been very happy with it since actually using it. The big end feels BIG and the small end is kind of that goldilocks "just right" size. I'm still not sure about my g-spot and whether I know where it is, but this dildo is great for filling me up, which I seem to need lately to come. The silicone is a bit draggy, but it feels nice in a way. The small end has some small bumps under the head, as well, which make it a great handle for the larger end. The contours are great for thrusting in and out while sliding the outer-most end against the outside of my vulva. The one thing I'm not liking about it is that while the silicone is quite firm when sqeezed, the dildo still bends quite a bit in the middle, so that I can't quite try the extreme leverage against the upper wall of my vagina (for g-spot finding) I was thinking this toy would be good for.
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I’ve Never Been More Excited About A Dildo
Siobhan (Pittsburgh, PA) 5/19/2016 2:24 PM
Product Rating: 5 Stars - So good I can't wait to use it again! | Texture and material construction: The Dorcel SO Phospho Glow-In-The-Dark Silicone G-Spot Dildo is a fun double ended toy that allows you to play in the dark. The silicone used to make this toy is relatively smooth and quite flexible. This is especially true near the smaller end which easily bends. Although it is flexible, it is also very solid. There is very little give when it comes to squeezing it and I would describe it as being on the hard side. This toy does have a very noticeable seam that runs down the center of both the top and bottom of the toy. Thankfully though, it could not be felt during use. In regards to coloring, when in the light, this toy has a white almost Casper (as in the friendly ghost) like appearance. However, in the dark it glows a beautiful, bright, blue green color. In order to achieve peak brightness it should be left in direct sunlight or under a lamp for a few minutes. You have to turn it over to make sure both sides are exposed to the light or only half of the toy will glow. In shape, this toy forms a very thin “S.” At one end of the toy there is a medium size bulb with a rounded head, a slight curve, and two ridges right below it on the shaft to supply a bit of texture. The other end has a significantly larger bulb for a feeling of fullness and broader G-spot stimulation. The tip of the bulb on the larger end is a bit more tapered but not in a way that is at all uncomfortable. Like most silicone products it attracts lint and has drag. However, I didn’t find that to be much of an issue. Clean it with soap and water, and use lube before insertion, and problem solved. | Review Details: So, I’ll start by saying that I have a large and ever growing toy collection. I have top quality dildos that I’ve paid $100 plus dollars for. However, I can honestly say I have NEVER been more excited about a sex toy than I was about this one (and that includes my beloved Vixskin which I utterly adore). The first time I saw it glow in the dark I literally jumped up and down while clapping. I don’t know what it is. Perhaps childhood nostalgia. But whatever the reason, I was absolutely giddy. The novelty just added so much to the experience for me. I will admit though that there was a bit of a learning curve for me in actually getting it to glow. I can’t remember if the instruction just weren’t clear about how it worked or if I just skipped over them (I threw them away though so now I can’t check) but the toy needs to be exposed to light (either natural or a lamp) before it will work. Apparently the phosphorus in the toy is what causes the glow. It stores the energy it gains from the light and slowly releases it over time. That release of energy results in light being radiated. However, I didn’t know this and had been storing it in a solid colored bag. So when I turned off the lights nothing happened. I was so disappointed. It was only after researching another glow in the dark dildo that I realized my error. So I stuck it under a lamp for a few minutes and then, without it even being very dark, I could see the glow. Then when I completely turned out the lights the color was just this brilliant blue green. I was in LOVE. I simply can’t express how happy it made me. But, I still needed to actually use it and see if it brought me as much pleasure physically as it did mentally. So I started out with the smaller end because I know my G-spot likes acute stimulation. Unfortunately, I found that because the shaft toward the smaller end is so flexible it was nearly impossible to stimulate my G-spot. Any attempt to push the head into my G-spot simply ended with the toy bending. That being the case, I tried simply thrusting with it. That was much more successful. Thrusting near my cervix always seems to be a winning strategy and it was no exception with this toy. The smaller head allowed for my vaginal walls to be stimulated more rapidly and in a more superficial way, which felt very unique. I do like having more girth to squeeze around when I actually come but the way it built my orgasm was quite awesome. After I orgasmed with the smaller side, I then moved to the larger head. Because the silicone is so hard, it definitely felt larger than it looks. I took some time to get it past my pubic bone and become comfortable. But once I did it hit my G-spot right away with nice broad stimulation. I found that I couldn’t really thrust much because of the size/shape and the way it sat against my public bone. However, I didn’t really need to. A little rocking combined, of course, with clit stimulation was all that was necessary to make me come really strongly. My only real complaints with the larger side are that 1) you have to hold the handle very close to the point of insertion because otherwise the shaft is too flexible for efficient thrusting, and 2) the silicone was really hard. I wish it was a bit softer so I could squeeze around it more comfortably. Overall though, I absolutely love this dildo. There is nothing like looking down and watching it glow in the dark as I use it on myself. No, it is certainly is not the best dildo ever, or even the best that I own. Yet it’s still the one that makes me smile the biggest.
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Good, inexpensive G-spotter
nebulia (Colorado Springs, CO) 2/29/2016 12:47 PM
NOTE: This review was written for the So Dildo when it was offered in Pink, nothing but the color was changed. Product Rating: 5 Stars - So good I can't wait to use it again! | Power Rating: Doesn't apply - I'm not reviewing a powered product. | Texture and material construction: The texture of this silicone is different from any of the other toys I have. Whereas you might describe Lelo silicone as velvety, and Tantus as glossy, this is almost…suede-like? It’s very smooth, and I do like the feeling of it both in my hands and in my vagina a lot. Despite this suede-ish texture, it’s not overly draggy, even though it seems like it might be, both in how I describe it and in how it feels in your hands at first touch. In fact, I was pleasantly, and remarkably, surprised at how easily it slid into me with this texture. It’s not lube-devouring like a lot of Fun Factory toys, for example. The silicone is softer than your average Tantus silicone, and it bends easily before returning to its regular shape. It does collect some lint, but it’s not terrible. I rolled it around on my cat-hair-covered sheets and it picked up some lint but not very much cat hair, which was a pleasant surprise. | Measuring the toy straight, from end to end, without adjusting for its curve, gave me about an 8.8″ length. The small bulb is a little more than four inches in circumference, and a little less than an inch and a half in diameter. The large bulb is at its widest 6″ in circumference and almost 2″ in diameter. Though it’s wide, the taper is very gentle, and I found it to be pretty easy to take and very filling. | Review Details: There’s no getting past it; this toy is pink. But it’s a very nice pink! It’s almost magenta, and quite rich. While I’m not a big hater of pink (just of its status as default color), I’m not overly fond of it either. But I like this color of pink quite a lot. Pictures–both those taken by me and those on product websites, don’t really do the shade justice. This is a deep, rich pink that I would probably wear. If it came in like, a sweater, or a skirt, or shoes. | The first time I used this dildo I was about halfway through a masturbation session, and pretty turned on. I slipped the smaller end inside me with ease, and played around with it, exploring. The g-spot stimulation here isn’t as intense as it is with the comet G wand, my go-to g-spot toy. The silicone is softer–the Comet is glass coated in silicone, whereas the So Dildo is pure silicone, so it’s got much more give. Additionally, the curve isn’t as intense. So rather than prodding at my g-spot (which, don’t get me wrong, I like), the small bulb stroked at it, and that suedish texture I mentioned earlier gave it a hint of excellent friction. The ridges really weren’t very noticeable to me, but I also love significant ridges, so your mileage may vary. These really aren’t ridgy enough for my taste. | After playing around for a while, I switched to the large bulb, which, while it was slow going, I was able to insert and eventually thrust (and squirt) without extra lubricant. As I’ve mentioned before, I do get very wet, and tend to not need as much lubricant as the average person. However, I’ve since discovered that this toy really does insert well for a silicone toy, and I haven’t needed nearly as much lube as I expected to need.. As with the smaller end, the larger end’s curve is not as intense as some g-spotting toys (like the Comet), but it’s enough for me, and I was especially taken with the size when added to the g-spotting curve. The large bulb as well as the way the shaft widens near the bulb made me feel really full, and the toy rubs at my g-spot really well. | In addition, it’s soft enough that despite its curve, thrusting is very easy. My pubic bone doesn’t always get in the way of my toys, but it has on occasion, especially with curved toys. The So dildo is soft enough that it doesn’t catch on my pubic bone despite having a curve; instead it simply gives way. As well as thrusting, the double-endedness of this dildo, with its S-curve, allows for you to use the other end not only as a handle, but also as a lever. Pushing down on the uninserted end pushes the dildo up into your g-spot, and allows you to grind the dildo into your g-spot. For me, using this dildo isn’t a 100% guarantee I will squirt? But it’s pretty close. Like 95%. At least. I usually use the small bulb as a warm-up and then the large bulb for the main event, and while the toy can get slippery with lube both natural and from a bottle, it’s relatively easy to hang on to and still vigorously thrust. | There are a couple issues with the So dildo, and I’ll address the one that I think is most significant first. it has a very noticeable seam all the way around. The seam is least noticeable along the bulbs, but it’s there. I’m not overly sensitive internally to seams, but I could feel it once near my vaginal opening when I tried to insert it cold and without enough lube, and it’s visually noticeable and you can feel it with your hands easily. If you are sensitive to seams, this might be a toy to avoid. | Because of its price, and the fact that it’s not an overly intense curve, I might especially recommend it to people who are just starting to explore g-spot play, although it is thick enough that I wouldn’t recommend it to people who are new to penetration. But its user-friendliness to g-spot newbies doesn’t make it a bad toy for those who are already familiar with their g-spot either.

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