Vendor: Mister B
The Crackstuffers Rough Rider is a typical shape dildo. It starts out with a nicely tapered tip which takes up about 20% of the total length.
The shaft is textured with rings of six bumps; the number of bumps per ring goes down as the size decreases. Each bump is a half-dome measuring 20mm in diameter and 7mm height on the large model reviewed here. There are a total of 7 rings with each other ring is offset by 30° so entire sphincter is stimulated while riding it. An unwanted texture is the joint which runs around the entire toy which is typical for anal toys made out of vinyl.
The Rough Rider comes in three sizes.
Playing with it
From the name Rough Rider sounds vicious but it is actually a good toy for people to start out into the world of textured anal toys. The tapered tip allows the dildo to penetrate the sphincter easily before the bumps stimulate the sensitive sphincter. Since the toy is made out of vinyl which is soft, the bumps also give in. Compared to ridges or grooves bumps are the easiest to take texture, especially when they have such a gentle rising like the ones on the Rough Rider. The sensation’s intensity can be controlled via the speed and force the dildo gets thrust into the hole. So the Rough Rider also offers some challenge for the anally experienced. Despite the tip’s being optimized for easy entry, the hole should be pre-stretched to the diameter including the bumps to avoid injuries when fucking harder.
While the play with the Rough Rider is great, the handling is difficult. Especially with the small and somewhat the medium size, the length to diameter ration is too far off to allow the dildo to stand up on its own which makes it hard to ride. A suction cup or even a wider base would have been nice, especially since the small version in a length realm where the entire toy could be swallowed whole. The lack of a base is also problematic when topping with the toy. With the perfectly circular shaft and except the bumps no texture, it is actually hard to hold on to the toy with lubey hands. Again, a base would have been nice. There is a Truncheon version of the Rough Rider, which adds a grip and a crossguard-style stop at the end of the insertable part. But it features fewer bumps which are all in line so there stimulation is less intense.
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