I messed up a bit with this one because I forgot to take a final photo of the finished stroker. Doh! I was just too excited to try it out. What you see below is the stroker’s mold that I made out of a candle. It will make more sense if you read the full build instructions.
This is a very time consuming and multi staged build. You will need patience to get it right I think. Unfortunately, I wasn’t patient enough and tried to remove the silicone stroker off the mold before it was completely dry. Once it was dry, a couple of weeks later (yes that was WEEKS folks) the finished article certainly looked the part . Texture and feel was great. I mean really great. But unfortunately the body density was all wrong. Basically, there was not enough silicone. It held together just fine and was durable enough it is just that there was not enough to create the right width flexibility and shape characteristics. It certainly showed a lot of promise and with experimentation I am sure that it could be perfected. The trouble is the cost of the silcone and the candle to create a mold. For that sort of money you could buy a decent quality commercial stroker made from silicone, rubber or even the latest cyber skin. Having now tried the Fleshlight it really is a no brainer. If you want the quality at a fair price just bite the bullet and buy one (link is to the right for a discount). However, for the ultimate AV build challenge try and get this one right. If you do you will have my full respect.
How does it compare to a natural vagina?
Softness – 10/10
Texture – 10/10
Width flexibility and shape – 4/10
Friction – 5/10
Temperature – 7/10
Durability – 7/10
Ease of handing/positioning – 5/10
Authenticity score – 68%
Overall Experience score – 53%