Review – BS is Nice Basic 2 Dildo

♦ Disclaimer: I was provided with a free BS is Nice Basic 2 dildo by Vibrator Kingdom in exchange for my honest review. Your Mileage May Vary.

BS Is Nice are a small Spanish company specialising in handmade silicone dildos and other sex toys that look absolutely fantastic. I’ll be honest in saying that I hadn’t actually heard of them until Vibrator Kingdom offered me their Basic 2 for review, but I loved the look of their toys instantly and was keen to try one out.

Basic is not so much the name of the toy but the shape of the dildo range, a range that comes in three sizes (Small, Medium and Large) and also different options of colours. The Basic 2 is a two-colour toy (and the Basic 3 is three-colour) that Vibrator Kingdom offers in either black with an orange base or white with a black tip.

The Basic 2 comes in very basic packaging, which I actually really appreciate as I often find that toys are very over-packaged and wasteful. The dildo comes in a tough, clear, sealed plastic bag that you cut to open. The bag is then resealable, which is a very clever idea for storage, but in practice I find getting the toy back into the bag is tough due to the friction and the snug fit, so I will probably store mine elsewhere. On the plus side, the Basic 2 does actually stand upright very easily due to its base, so you could store it on display if you didn’t mind that silicone often picks up dust easily.

The Basic 2 comes in three sizes and mine is the Medium size option, which is about 7 inches long with around 6.5″ insertable length. Its diameter moves gradually from around 2″ at the very base to 1.5″ at the thinnest point, before widening out very slightly to end in an oval which is 2″ by 1.5″ in size. It is a curved toy with a bulge at the end for rubbing the G-spot and its base also makes it harness-compatible.

The toy is made of 100% silicone and is therefore hypoallergenic and body-safe as well as being very easy to clean and sterilise. Silicone is a fantastic material for dildos and this particular type is very good. It is a slightly squishy silicone that is fairly firm but also flexible and plushy. Of the dildos I own, I’d say it’s probably closest to the Tantus Acute in terms of silicone firmness. It has some drag on the skin but is pretty silky and smooth.

The first thing that struck me about the Basic 2 is how relatively unique it looks in the world of dildos and the greater world of sex toys. I really admire that. I am so sick of seeing girly colours and cutesy designs that the stark but stylish colours of my Basic 2 are refreshing. It’s an unusual design too, with it being all white, but for a blob of black on the end like a polar bear’s nose! It looks modern and chic and really suits the feel of the company.

And in use? Fantastic. The shape of the toy is designed for G-spot stimulation and that’s what it does. On even the first use, I merely slid it in with a bit of lube and it found the right spot for me on the thrust and gave me the most G-spot pleasure I’ve felt from a toy yet. Now remember, I’m hardly a G-spot pro, but that says something.

It carries vibrations very well, being silicone, meaning I can use my favourite massage-wand-at-the-base-of-my-dildo trick. Though fairly large, it’s a toy for thrusting, not sitting and filling you up. It works for that, but you’re really missing out on what it does best.

It is a fabulous toy to insert, though. It slides in smoothly thanks to the feel of the silicone and the way the girth widens gradually. I love the shape and the way it makes it so easy and pleasurable to thrust with. Because it is wider at the base and so smooth, I find it easy to accidentally push it out during orgasm if I’m not holding it in place, but it’s a very minor quibble and would only be solved by changing that amazing shape.

It also turns round easily inside me if I don’t keep an eye on it, which lessens the G-spot precision, but a good grip solves that. Of course, that good grip means I get a bit of hand cramp during use, but that’s a problem I’ve found with pretty much every dildo I’ve ever used, so it’s probably me.

The base is also designed for use as a strap-on and I can confirm that with a large enough O-ring (I used a 2″ one), it sits very nicely in the harness and does not droop much given its size and weight. The upwards curve helps it look good and function better for this sort of use. Though there is some give to the silicone, it is firm enough for harness-play.

CONCLUSION

I absolutely love this dildo. The BS Is Nice Basic 2 is a quality chunk of silicone handmade into an aesthetically and physically pleasing shape that finds and strums my G-spot incredibly well. I honestly do not think I have a toy in my collection (that I know of, because some do need more testing) that is as orgasmic as this when it comes to my G-spot. It is just the right shape and material for me and in just the right size too.

Not only does it feel fantastic, but it is very well-made and entirely body-safe and easy to care for. You’re also supporting a great small manufacturer who, from this alone, are very worth keeping an eye on. I simply cannot recommend the Basic 2 enough.

If you think it sounds like the toy for you, hurry over to Vibrator Kingdom as the Basic 2 is currently on sale from £55 to £40, which is very reasonable offer! ♦

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