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Falcon Supercock, Chad Hunt (Health and Beauty)

Icon Brands Falcon Supercock - Chad Hunt Icon Brands Falcon Supercock - Chad Hunt available on June 22 2018 from Amazon for 51.02
5.0 out of 5 stars
Love this toy! I go through a lot of the larger realistics. It's not that I abuse them, but I do use them frequently, and often rigorously on f-machines. I also heat my toys - it's so helpful for relaxation inside. I don't know why, but many of the realistics I've used over the past 10 years or so tend to fail due to poorly laminated outer skin. I'm not talking about the UR3's but your standard realistics. Also, little "tags", for lack of a better identifying term, begin to develop, it starts with something that looks like a 1/4" scale. Those are very uncomfortable unless you remove them. Once you have several of these on your toy, the entire toy becomes more uncomfortable to use (due to roughness), and you have to retire the toy. I believe these are manufacturing defects, probably bubbles on the surface which are then repaired; or may be cold spots where the rubber/latex/plastic doesn't cure the same. But in any event, those failures seem to be unique to the...Read more

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Love this toy! I go through a lot of the larger realistics. It's not that I abuse them, but I do use them frequently, and often rigorously on f-machines. I also heat my toys - it's so helpful for relaxation inside. I don't know why, but many of the realistics I've used over the past 10 years or so tend to fail due to poorly laminated outer skin. I'm not talking about the UR3's but your standard realistics. Also, little "tags", for lack of a better identifying term, begin to develop, it starts with something that looks like a 1/4" scale. Those are very uncomfortable unless you remove them. Once you have several of these on your toy, the entire toy becomes more uncomfortable to use (due to roughness), and you have to retire the toy. I believe these are manufacturing defects, probably bubbles on the surface which are then repaired; or may be cold spots where the rubber/latex/plastic doesn't cure the same. But in any event, those failures seem to be unique to the...Read more
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