FL Review - Dragon

Summary
  • Originally reviewed on January 7, 2012

  • Introduced as the signature texture for Asa Akira's FLG

  • Pros: Slow orgasm build up

  • Cons: Maybe too wide and low stimulating for some users

  • Original Score under RPP 2 rules: 38 / 40

  • Revised Score: 22 / 25

Review

dragon

Lets begin with the obvious: the Dragon has a wide canal. Unlike most FLG textures which tend to be tight, the Dragon went with a wider canal - almost as wide as the original smooth texture (3/4 inch diameter). Add a continuous spiral of nubs and a collection of soft ribs and you a recipe for a long, long, orgasm buildup.

If you are looking for something like the Destroya or the Gauntlet, look elsewhere. Just like the mythical creature, this dragon is slow but brutal. As soon as you enter the Dragon, you feel the caress of the texture, softly at first. It is inviting, so you keep pumping, allowing your penis to grow inside the texture. That's when the Dragon wakes and sends you to pleasure land. During the sessions I did for this review, I went into sustained periods of sexual excitement, something not common with Fleshlights. During those periods, I feel close to orgasm, but I stay at that level for five or ten minutes before ejaculating like a possessed. Besides the Dragon, I had only felt that before with the Twista and with the Original.

The texture allows you to control the whole experience, so it is a good texture for those who likes edging (masturbating and stopping until close to orgasm, rest for a minute or two, then continuing) or those who love long sessions (like me). If you are a fan of lowly built orgasms, the Dragon is the sleeve for you.

As with all Fleshlights, the Dragon is easy to clean. Given its wide canal and simple texture, it dries completely after a few hours, ready to give pleasure.

Verdict: The Dragon is one of those textures well designed for long sessions ending in great explosive orgasms.

Value: High

Preference: High

RPP Score: 22 / 25

Feedback: 3 / 5

Orgasm Buildup: 5 / 5

Realism: 4 / 5

Durability: 5 / 5

Value: 5 / 5


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