Aug 282010
 

I’ve known a lot of men named Bob over the years, and they’ve often proved to be some of the nicest friends I’ve known.  So this prostate-stimulating toy from Lelo has quite a name to live up to!  Luckily, it passes the Bob test with flying colors: this friendly, perfectly-shaped little guy is a great anal toy and deserves a place on your bedside table.

  • Toy:  Bob (sent by Babeland.com for review)
  • Type: Anal toy, prostate stimulator
  • Manufacturer: Lelo
  • Material: Silicone
  • Price: $44
  • SMT rating: N/A

Everyone Could Use Another Bob in Their Life

Bob might just be your new best friend. This cute, flexible little prostate stimulator is just right for people looking to discover their (or their male partner’s) prostates. Its gently bent shape emulates the “come hither” motion one would use to stimulate the enjoyable little walnut-feeling spot in the male body.

As with many other Lelo products, the Bob is made from high-quality silicone, which means it is easy to clean with soap or disinfect by boiling. (Remember that this also means that it can’t be used with silicone lubes!) It’s 3 and ¾” long and about 1 and ¼” wide at its widest point, and has a flat ring on its end, making it easy to manipulate for play and remove afterward. Its moderately small size makes it non-intimidating for beginners, and the flat ring makes it nestle more comfortably in one’s cheeks better than most buttplugs, which have round flares, instead. This means that the Bob is comfortable to wear during other intimate activities, or just to add some spice to your day-to-day routines!

Overall, the Bob is a perfect anal toy for those with little-to-moderate experience with anal and prostate play.  Its soft velvet-brushed silicone is just the right texture, its got enough flexibility to allow it to slide in comfortably, and it’s a good size and shape for prostate stimulation or any other type of anal play.  Plus, its flat ring is flared enough to make it a safe anal toy, while being thin enough that the Bob can be worn comfortably during other activities (intimate or not).  Give him a try; you’ll make a great new friend.

Bob might just be your new best friend. This cute, flexible little prostate stimulator is just right for people looking to discover their (or their male partner’s) prostates. Its gently bent shape emulates the “come hither” motion one would use to stimulate the enjoyable little walnut-feeling spot in the male body.

As with many other Lelo products, the Bob is made from high-quality silicone, which means it is easy to clean with soap or disinfect by boiling. (Remember that this also means that it can’t be used with silicone lubes!) It’s 3 and ¾” long and about 1 and ¼” wide at its widest point, and has a flat ring on its end, making it easy to manipulate for play and remove afterward. Its moderately small size makes it non-intimidating for beginners, and the flat ring makes it nestle more comfortably in one’s cheeks better than most buttplugs, which have round flares, instead. This means that the Bob is comfortable to wear during other intimate activities, or just to add some spice to your day-to-day routines!

  2 Responses to “Get to Know the Lelo Bob”

  1. I’ve heard that some people seem to think that ring isn’t substantial enough to be considered a base. I know that you say that you felt it did, but was it a matter of only be just large enough to not cause concern, or was it sufficiently large that you didn’t think about it?

  2. That’s a really good question, B. Our reviewers didn’t run into that concern at all. The neck is extremely narrow on this toy and the ring didn’t feel at risk of collapsing, giving it a good neck-to-base ratio. I just went and squeezed the ring now, and while I could narrow it somewhat, it didn’t come close to flattening. That said, my prostate-owning tester noted that he is a moderate butt-play kinda guy and so he didn’t use it after a larger toy. If the partner is already loosened up with a substantially larger toy (or body part) then I could see this being an issue to watch for. For those who are easing it in with nothing like that before hand, it should be good. Clearly, don’t try to push on the ring, though because folks are right in that it isn’t terribly big. My prostate-owning reviewer said that it didn’t occur to him to be worried about the size of the ring.

    He did mention one other thing about the ring that wasn’t said before, though! He said that hooking a finger through the ring and twisting the toy from side to side felt really good (so it brushes sideways over the prostate). That was something he hasn’t been able to do with other toys.

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