Today's review is on the ToysHeart SI-X Type N.
ToysHeart is a pretty big player in the onahole industry, but for some reason, their products are some of my least favorites. They used to call their products, "Joke Products" referring to funny gifts or something you might find at Spencer's. However, when you analyze this closely, they write this on their package to avoid liability, and to produce less superior products as compared to Tenga. Their products often are poorly constructed, difficult to use, messy, or just plain shitty.
My take so far on ToysHeart is that they are a company better at marketing then producing a good product.
So with my bias set in place, here is the review for the ToysHeart SI-X Type N.
Style - 5 - As you can see from the picture above, there's not much of a style factor for this onahole. It looks pretty plain and simple. It's pink and shaped like an onahole...
Noise - 10 - Maybe one good thing about this onahole is that it doesn't make much noise. It's a sleeve type, a bit dense, and doesn't have much suction. So the noise level was quite low.
Messy - 2 - The ToysHeart SI-X Type N is a bit messy. What makes it messy are two things. The insertion hole is quite small, and it is hard to handle. You have to use both hands to get inside it, which causes a lot of mess. Also, it doesn't contain the lotion inside the onahole very well - leaving things to gush out. Hence, it was a messy deal.
Use more than once - 6 - I'm not sure if I'm going to use it again, but you are definitely able to. Drying dense onaholes can be difficult, so make sure to towel dry it well so that you can continue to use it.
Easy to clean - 6 - Like any dense onahole, the thickness makes it a little less easy to clean. However, the SI-X Type N uses a soft material, so makes it easier compared to onaholes that uses a more harder material. All that being said, the MEIKI series is much more softer than the Type N.
Price - 3 - At $24.99 on Amazon, the SI-X Type N will feel a little expensive. This is due to the fact that there are many other onaholes at that price points that are much better than this. In Japan, this onahole's price has been slashed to about $9. At that price range, maybe it's okay to explore with. At $24.99, you might want to look elsewhere.
Size (Easy to Hide) - 6 - Since its pink and looks like an onahole, when hiding this, be sure that it won't catch anybody's eye. If they do, this onahole kind of looks like a reverse dildo, so people would ask you what it is. It is small enough so you can stash it away, but you might want to put it in a plastic bag so that people nearby won't accidentally find it.
Pleasure - 11 out of 20 - The onahole doesn't have much suction or other factors that gives it pleasure like the other onaholes. It just feels like a fat sleeve that you can use in place of your hand. If you just want a pretty plain, mild experience, this might work for you.
Value - 3 - I would not really recommend you buying this onahole. Especially at $24.99, you will be better off opting for the Tenga 3D or the new Magic Eye products. Lately, I've been testing out ToysHeart products, and they inspired me to create a "Don't Buy" category, which this product will fall into. Unfortunately, there isn't great value in this product.
Overall Score: 52 out of 100
So that's my review of the ToysHeart SI-X Type N. Not a really good onahole in my opinion, and only try it out if you are filthy rich or if the price drops significantly.
With this product, I'm going to start out a "Don't Buy" category. I tended to just review onaholes that were good in the past, and disregard the bad ones, but I think it's good to know which products just suck in my opinion.