Toy Review: The King Cock Plus 6 Dual Density Cock

How do we decide what sex toys to put in our body? Is personal safety the primary concern, or are some of us more inclined to make a purchase based on shape, brand assurance, or even price range? Where do we draw the line in terms of what we do and don’t deem to be an acceptable adult product?

These are all questions that crossed my mind when I agreed to review the King Cock Plus 6 Dual Density Cock for Planet Earth Wholesale. In my frequent trips to various sex toy stores I have seen the King Cock line grace many shelves. Usually there is someone checking out the selection and usually they seem to be doing so with a mixture of humor, curiosity, and genuine desire. The potential for sex toys to illicit this combination of emotions is something that I value greatly about them and it was part of what ultimately informed my decision to review a toy that, let’s face it, some may find objectionable.

People who warn against this toy are completely valid in their concerns. Not only are Pipedream a generally problematic company, but the material used for the King Cock Plus 6 is something that some people would adamantly avoid, for fear of actual bodily harm.

However if there’s one thing that I am it’s a curious-as-all-heck explorer of all things sex related, and that includes the things I don’t always personally condone.

No doubt there’s a conversation to be had here about the safety of certain materials, a blogger’s position in making these toys visible, and where our responsibility lies (as bloggers, consumers, and curious parties). But those are all concerns for another day (and another article). For now I’m going to delve deep in to the King Cock Plus 6 and discuss its pros and its cons as I see them.

Let’s get in to this!

The King Cock Plus 6 Dual Density Cock

The King Cock Plus 6 is one of a wide array of King Cock Plus dildos made by Pipedream. These dildos stand out from the basic King Cock range through the use of a dual-density material. Dual-density is essentially the holy grail of dildos for most people, mainly because of its appeal towards a more natural sensation. Essentially it involves giving the dildo a firm core while covering it in a softer material that feels plush and squishy. This allows the dildo to replicate with a bit more accuracy the sensation of a swollen cock. It’s also basically the Goldilocks of dildo density too—being neither too firm nor too squishy for comfortable and meaningful use.

This dildo rocks a sense of realism that will appeal to some and turn off others.

Part of what I actually really like about the King Cock Plus range (The King Cock Plus 6 included) is that no two dildos are the same and they all have little quirks and imperfections which make them stand out as more representative. These aren’t your flawless phalli of a chiseled Adonis—they’re wonky, bulge in certain places, have interesting curves, and can be slim or thick. I really do have to commend Pipedream for exploring a full range of genitalia with this line, therefore reinforcing the idea that there is no perfect cock, only preferences.

The King Cock Plus 6 has a rather thick shaft to it and leans slightly to the left, adding a sense of character to it which I do find endearing. Pipedream have spared no expense in trying to make these dildos look ‘realistic’, as it were, and the King Cock Plus 6 has an impressive amount of detail. It’s not the most uncanny valley that I have ever experienced from a dildo (awards are still reserved from life-molds for that honor) but it does still manage to represent veins, folds, and the natural, subtle texture that skin has with unerring accuracy. This will certainly appeal to anyone who wants to use the King Cock Plus 6 as a strap-on sex toy or as one for gender expression (although, sadly, it doesn’t come in different skin tones).

This is aided by the fact that the King Cock Plus 6 has a flared base, making it harness compatible and technically suitable for anal use (although I would strongly advise against this).

The surface of the King Cock Plus 6 has a very tacky and grabby sensation to it, which makes it difficult to use without lubricant, especially if you allow your pubic hair to grow. Once lubed up, though, the King Cock Plus 6’s draggy nature helps make its texture and girth feel more substantial during use and gives it an incredibly filling (and fulfilling) sensation. The veins of the King Cock Plus 6 are subtler than expected and this is mostly due to its dual-density design. Despite this they still manage to deliver a complimentary sense of heightened pleasure which is greatly appreciated during us.

This dildo filled me up and provided ample gentle texture.

I personally found the coronal ridge of the King Cock Plus 6 to be subtle yet effective, much like the veins of this toy. For me it was the incredible feeling of being stretched and fully occupied by the chunky-yet-soft shaft of this dildo which led to some undeniably great orgasms. I really can’t deny just how much I enjoyed each and every orgasm with this toy and I was never let down in terms of satisfaction, strength, and duration. It was also incredibly easy to fantasize while using the King Cock Plus 6 and I credit this to the natural sensation of this toy. Thrusting was also very easy to do and the drag of this toy meant that it stimulated my labia with every thrust, making the motion a most compelling one to indulge in.

From what I’ve said so far you may wonder where the issue is with this dildo. It sounds pretty great and, I can assure you, it felt awesome too. But the bugbear of this cock comes not in its performance or design. But in its material instead.

Y’see the King Cock Plus 6 is made from a material called TPE, which is usually phthalate-free but is certainly porous and prone to grabbing dust, grime, and breaking down over time. It often needs to be dusted with corn-starch to actively avoid it taking on a gummy and tacky consistency and its porous nature makes it susceptible to developing mildew or allowing other bacteria to develop on its surface. Porous materials can also allow for the transfer of bodily fluids and therefore can increase the risk of spreading STIs or bacterial infections. All nasty stuff that many people generally want to avoid.

Realism and affordability can sometimes come with a price.

Now, just because TPE is porous doesn’t mean that you’re guaranteed to get a UTI whenever you chose to indulge in this toy. Indeed, I’ve used the King Cock Plus 6 for a while now with no detrimental effects. It does, however, mean that you are increasing your risk of some kind of damage and, therefore, should take the necessary precautions to mitigate these risks wherever possible.

Some people have recommended using TPE toys with a condom, but there’s no guarantee that this will assist with certain issues. The best you can do is avoid using this toy anally (especially if you use it vaginally too), make sure that it’s given a thorough clean with antibacterial toy cleaner before and after each use, keep it cool and dry in every instance, and (in the name of all that is holy) never put this toy uncovered on top of any other dildo or sex toy. It may ruin the surface of both products and you certainly don’t want that.

If you’ve read the above and you feel like TPE is not the material for you, then the King Cock Plus 6 isn’t either. If, for any reason, you still want this dildo then I respect your decision. Here are the other downsides I had with it.

When you open the package to the King Cock Plus 6 it comes with a strong odor that is very noticeable and persists even after a few washes. This scent is not at all unpleasant—it reminded me of sweet vanilla and I actually really liked it—but realistically if a sex toy maintains a fragrance then it should be approached with some degree of caution and could smell overpowering or unpleasant for some.

The King Cock Plus 6 is also a dust and hair magnet and tends to mold in to the form of anything it’s been sat on or propped against for too long. I accidentally placed my King Cock Plus 6 on top of a charging cable and now its head is forever marked with the indentation of this cable. This is a material issue and something to consider when storing the King Cock Plus 6.

The tackiness of the King Cock Plus 6 may not appeal to some people in terms of preference either, and the same can be said about its thickness. If the latter is your concern then Pipedream do an array of different King Cock designs. If it’s the former then I suggest you find a smoother dildo to suit your needs instead.

Final Thoughts

Overall I really enjoyed the sensations that the King Cock Plus 6 Dual Density Cock provided and really can’t deny that the orgasms it gave me were potent. When I’m feeling like a bit of a sex toy sinner I turn to this cock and allow myself to get lost in its grabby surface and substantial shaft. But, for the most part, I could certainly live without this dildo, especially considering I know how bad it is for me.

In many ways the King Cock Plus 6 is like the Alice Cooper’s Poison of dildos. It feels oh so good, but it doesn’t necessarily have your best interests at heart, and neither does Pipedream. Yes, this dildo is accessible, affordable, and enjoyable. Because of this I know it will appeal to many people.

If you’re one such person then just please do take heed when using this dildo and make sure that you keep it as clean as is humanly possible. No one in this world is perfect and no sex toy is perfect either, but there are alternatives on the market to the King Cock Plus 6 if you choose to look elsewhere.

Recommend to:

People who like feeling full.

People who want to experiment with dual-density.

People who like subtle, grabby texture.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who dislike TPE.

People who object to Pipedream.

People who prefer glossy, firm toys.

The King Cock Plus 6 Dual Density Cock was provided to me by Planet Earth Wholesale in exchange for an honest review.

  • Yenala

    This has nothing to do with the review at hand, so I hope this comment is not too annoying.
    But I found your blog doing research on vaginal dilators to treat vaginismus, and I can’t believe how much it has changed my mood from like half an hour ago of “this sucks and I’ll never be able to have sex and these dilators will never work” to almost wanting to cry from relief. It is so incredible to see you write about all of these toys like inserting them is the most natural thing in the world.
    I think I’m ready to buy a set of dilators and start beating this stupid condition.
    So I just wanted to thank you for giving me hope. Keep being awesome!

  • Zeke Graysex

    I have to say thank you for this review because i work at a sex shop that is in the process of switching over to mostly-if-not-entirely bodysafe toys, and we DO have the king cock line. I feel troubled when working with a customer on a dildo sale because our current bodysafe selection is rather limited, and i’m not keen to put any of the TPE dildos to use myself, so i really do appreciate having a review on one such toy to look to for guidance. I think now i’d feel more comfortable recommending a king cock dildo than, say, a PVC dildo (yikes). But it is always important to emphasize the truths about TPE! So thank you!