FL Review - Punk

Summary
  • Known as Punk for Joanna Angel's butt, as Charmer in the FJB lineup.

  • Pros: Ribbed texture that allows different sensations depending on lube used.

  • Cons: You will need to play for a while to find your preference.

  • RPP Score: 23 / 25

Review



Joanna Angel's butt toy has another recycled texture from the Fleshjack roster. This time, the Punk debuted earlier as the Charmer texture on the FJB lineup, but Joanna's butt is the only one in this texture if you can't deal with the idea of using a toy molded from a guy's ass.


Back to Joanna, the Punk texture is a good one. A ribbed canal with varying diameters, the texture makes sure that you will get stimulation no matter your length or your thickness. The ribs are not too aggressive, allowing for control over your session. Because the texture is a simple one, it is perfect to "play" with different types of lube and suction levels.


What do I mean with "playing"? Easy... Use a thick lube and close the case cap completely and the texture will feel almost smooth. Use a thinner lube and you will feel the ridges and the variations taking you to heaven. Want a real punk three-chord experience? Use a thin lube and remove the end cap and you will experience all the raw power of the ribs. 


Personally, I like longer sessions, so I used the Punk with a very slick lube (Lube Company Masturbator) with the end cap completely closed. It felt nice and close to real, making me explode hard and long.

She can punk me anytime...

As always, cleaning is easy with Fleshlights - just let water run through it and dry properly before storing.

Verdict: The Punk is a good toy to have in your collection. The texture allows for different sensations depending on the lubricant used and the degree of suction offered by the end cap. The texture is also available in the Fleshjack Boys line as the Charmer.

RPP Score:

Feedback: 5/5

Orgasm Buildup: 4/5
Realism: 4/5
Durability: 5/5
Value: 5/5

Total Score: 23/25

 

Buy your Joanna Angel's PUNK HERE!

 

 ¡Viva La Casqueta!