Toy Review: The King Cock Plus 6.5″ Dual Density Cock w/ Balls

I have to swallow my sex blogger pride straight away with this review and admit that even though I know that TPE is bad juju my vagina really doesn’t care. As long as the dildo feels good it’s still going to shoot for and orgasm, and damn if this toy doesn’t product some fantastic orgasms.

This doesn’t eliminate the problematic elements of this toy, nor the company that produces it, but let me just say that I get it—I completely understand why these dildos are available in most adult product stores and why they tend to consistently fly off the shelves. This toy does feel good and there’s no denying it.

But does its pros outweigh its cons? That’s entirely up to you, but allow me to offer my own insights in this review.

The King Cock Plus 6.5″ Dual Density Cock w/ Balls

The King Cock Plus 6.5″ Dual Density Cock w/ Balls is part of King Cock’s augmented Dual Density line. This entire line products toys that have a firm inner core and a much softer, squishy outer layer of TPE which helps replicate a more natural sensation during use.

Pipedream are problematic, but my G-Spot doesn’t care about that.

I mentioned it in my previous review but one of the things I like about this line is that the dildos included come in all different shapes and sizes. Some are thin, some thick; some long, others wide; and some have balls whereas others do not. Balls on a dildo do perhaps provide an added sense of realism for some, and they have a practical application during use (more on that later) but they do make using a harness more difficult and can be distracting or jarring for some, so it’s up to you whether or not the balls are an immediate turn-off when it comes to this dildo.

The King Cock Plus 6.5″ Dual Density Cock is made out of TPE and when it first comes it feels powdery soft and has a noticeable sweet odor. This is due to the use of a powder to keep the toy soft and supple. Over time the King Cock Plus 6.5″ Dual Density Cock will become tackier, grab dust and lint easier, and generally degrade (mine even came with some defects straight out of the box) but all of these things can be slowed down with the use of corn-starch or a specially made toy renewal powder. Both work equally well but one will be much more geared towards use with the genitals.

TPE is porous, meaning it can retain moisture, bacteria and anything else of the sort. Because of this you should never use TPE anally and you will need to use antibacterial soap and/or a toy cleaner to give it a vigorous clean before and after each use. Even then the dildo will never be fully clean and will need to be monitored for any signs of mold or other damages over time.

There may be signs of damage on your toy (and the head is not crafted to perfection).

The TPE itself is nice and plush, as well as squishy and draggy in all the ways you’d want it to be. I’m almost loathe to admit it but TPE does feel really great during use. It clings to the vaginal walls and almost grips up against them, creating a slight tugging effect that can be felt with every thrust, clench, and wiggle. It definitely needs lubricant and would be far too draggy to even insert for some without it (that’s the case with me).

This grippy element of TPE has advantages when it comes to the balls too—making them feel much more pronounced during use. Do balls on a sex toy do anything? Yes. Well, at least for me. I always find that when thrusting with a dildo with balls the balls will hit against my body creating an additional rhythmic sensation which enhances my enjoyment. It’s the type of stimulation that is complementary rather than distracting and I certainly appreciate it.

It’s also worth noting that this dildo has a built-in suction cup which allows it to be placed on various different surfaces for hands-free use. This suction cup is very effective and I’ve never had it slip and/or slide at an inconvenient moment.

What I will say is that the firm inner core of the King Cock Plus 6.5″ Dual Density Cock isn’t quite as firm as some other toys and so this dildo does still wiggle, jiggle and bend readily. This is great in terms of creating a forgiving thrust but not as effective for guiding it reliably and consistently in to place, so it’s a bit of a trade-off. Not a major one, just something to keep in mind.

The coronal ridge on the King Cock Plus 6.5″ Dual Density Cock is rather subtle and its main appeal, instead, comes from girth. This dildo has a chunky diameter of 1.75 inches, which feels even more substantial due to the grabbing aspect of the material. This provides a definite feeling of fullness as this toy hugs up to the vaginal wall and readily makes its presence known.

The subtle coronal ridge is just enough to very slightly tug against the G-Spot during even gentle wiggling and clenches and the result for me was very strong orgasms with a wonderfully strong build-up that I was capable to ride for a noticeably longer time before reaching climax. In an odd contrast orgasms with this toy are actually a rather swift affair for me, but maybe this is my body’s way of responding to the pleasure dynamics provided by the King Cock Plus 6.5″ Dual Density Cock.

This coronal ridge isn’t prominent but does a pretty good job.

Downsides: There was an immediate one for me and that is the tugging of the material for the King Cock Plus 6.5″ Dual Density Cock combined with its size. Yes, these are two elements of this toy that give me fabulous orgasms but these orgasms come from clenches, slight nudges, and wiggles. I cannot comfortably thrust this toy. It’s just far too draggy for me, even with ample amount of water-based lubricant.

If you like your dildo to feel very clingy and large during thrusts then this may not deter you (heck, it’s probably a bonus) but those who are new to girthy toys or draggy toys might want to try a slimmer dildo for thrusting rather than going whole-hog with the King Cock Plus 6.5″ Dual Density Cock.

The material is also an obvious downside and will be a massive deterrent for some. I am completely behind you if that’s the case. TPE is not ideal and is potentially damaging if not well-maintained so I’m right there with you in having concerns about its use. Still, the King Cock line sells and I wanted to give you all an honest appraisal of how the product itself performs (the answer being very well).

The damage that was present even from the initial unboxing gives some cause for concern, especially seeing as things can only get worst from that point onward.

Final Thoughts

Does this dildo feel good? Absolutely.

Is it worth dabbling with TPE for? That’s your choice.

There’s no denying that the King Cock Plus 6.5″ Dual Density Cock feels really good. The design is suited to the toy’s girth and material qualities and the material itself is beautifully engaging and wonderfully plush.

The drag may be too much for some, and detract from thrusting, but others will relish just how much this toy tries to cling to the vaginal walls—almost as if it has a mind of its own and doesn’t want to leave its glorious new vaginal residence.

But in the long run maintenance is a pain and the toy may potentially already be showing signs of imperfection before it’s even be used. This isn’t as such of an issue for a material such as silicone but for TPE it’s a problem.

Ultimately it’s all about what you’re comfortable with and whether or not you want to make a long-term investment in your sex toys or go for an affordable (but ultimately short lived) thrill. Neither choice is necessarily wrong but it’s certainly worth considering your own personal stance when it comes to sex toy materials.

Recommend to:
People who like girthy dildos.

People who like draggy dildos.

People who like balls on their dildos.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who dislike TPE.

People who prefer glossy surfaces.

People who prefer firm toys.

The King Cock Plus 6.5″ Dual Density Cock was provided to me by Planet Earth Wholesale in exchange for an honest review.