Clone-A-Pussy Chocolate Female Moulding Kit
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Sex and chocolate - together! Make an exact copy of any vagina - in chocolate! Everything you need to make two delicious life-size edible copies in the comfort of your own home. Yum!
Quick and fun, the results are amazingly detailed.
Melt and Mould Chocolate.
Custom Moulding Container.
Easy to Follow Instructions.
Ingredients: Sugar, Palm Kernel and Partially Hydrogenated Palm Oils, Whey, Cocoa, Non-fat Milk, Sorbitan Monostearate and Soy Lecithin Emuilsifiers, Vanillin, Pure Vanilla.
Please Note: This product contains milk and soya.
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Clone-A-Pussy Chocolate Female Moulding Kit 6 out of 10 (5 reviews) Write your own review
Reviewed: 28 September 2015 by The shy one, a Straight Single Female
This is a great item and so incredibly easy to use! I love it, but unfortunately I wasn't very good at making my mould. I am going to have to get another.
I wanted to make it as a surprise for my partner, but really needed his help to hold the mould in place as I'm not as agile as I used to be! However, I will try again, as what I managed to do was fabulous, just didn't have it in quite the right position.
- It is easy to use, and looks great.
- Great item, but I personally found it difficult to do on my own.
- Bottom line
- A really lovely thing for couples. Very sexy and a fun item.
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A Tastier Way Of Eating Out!
Reviewed: 03 March 2011 by Booties, a Straight Going Steady Female
We bought this as a "special occasion" treat, though I was quite nervous about it! I had read other reviews saying it set too fast, didn't look realistic, etc, but we thought we'd give it a go anyway, what with Lh's fantastic returns service.
When we got it (very quickly, as always, thank you Lovehoney!) I was filled with dread once more. Comes in quite a bulky packet, which is fairly conspicuous, but the picture on the front is nice and romantic. The instructions are written on the inside of the box... They are:
Mix powder with warm water in large bowl, Pour mix into provided cup, Stand over cup with vagina pressed into the mixture, Leave for a few minutes, Check if solidified with finger, Remove mould and place in fridge/feezer for half an hour, Microwave half the bag of provided chocolate (it gives measurements and microwaving instructions), Pour chocolate into mould, Replace in Freezer for 5 or more minutes.
My issues with these were that I do not have a microwave and I live with other people... Who I don't think would see the funny side of finding my vulva next to the fish fingers... It was all okay though, as I improvised!
People have said the mixture sets too fast, but I didn't find that! I mixed it standing up, poured it straight into the moulding cup, then squatted on the floor (I figured this would give a much better imprint!) with my ladybits pressed into it. It felt kind of odd, but not uncomfortable! You might want to shower afterwards though! The mixture took about 4 minutes to completely set, so the OH and I had a good giggle over me in an odd position on the floor. After it was done, I thought it looked pretty good! It was a little off centre, but it was my first try with a moulding kit, so it's not a big deal. I left it on the windowsill for a few hours with the window open instead of putting it in the freezer for half an hour, which worked fine!
I then melted half the bag of provided chocolate chips the good old fashioned way, in a bowl over some boiling water. Worked like a charm, and I smoothed the chocolate over the mould with ease. I put it in the freezer this time as it was only for a few minutes, and once the chocolate is on, it covers the shape of the vagina. Just looks like a cup full of chocolate. When I removed the chocolate from the mould (easy as pie, nothing broke!) I thought it looked wonderful! You could see the outer lips and vulva and clitoris and every little crease and contour! I did get an air bubble, which ruined the perfection, but it was at the bottom and not a big deal. The OH was thrilled with it, and even took a photo! We made the second copy then, after giving the mould a rinse, but it wasn't quite of the same quality. Not bad, just not the same. I think the kit could do with providing a tiny bit more chocolate!
We originally planned on keeping one, but they start to turn white quite fast, so he ate them both! I tasted a bit too, against my better judgement, and we both agree they taste good! Not the nicest chocolate in the world, but good, and you could always buy your favourite and melt that instead!
One word of warning though, do these somewhere without carpet! I dropped a little on my carpet and it sticks when it solidifies, somewhat like candle wax.
Overall very fun to do, very tasty, pretty simple and it turns out looking good! Can make two moulds as stated, but only out of the chocolate. Can take a bit of time, which is the only real downside. Lovely romantic gift that CAN be made without a fridge or microwave. =)
- Simplicity, look, taste.
- The second mould, a bit messy!
- Bottom line
- A really fun treat if you have a bit of time!
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Reviewed: 30 June 2011 by roaminghands, a Bisexual Engaged Female
The Clone-A-Pussy is brilliant fun, and actually a lot easier and simpler to use than the Clone-A-Willy. For a start, the moulding powder doesn't need to be mixed with water at a particular temperature, just lukewarm. It does need to be used quickly, however, before it sets. We would recommend squatting over the mixture rather than standing to give a more open copy of your pussy. Also, the mixture doesn't seem to trap or pull on any hairs once set so there is no pain in using this product whatsoever.
Once the mould has been made, warming the chocolate was simple and it set remarkably quickly - only five minutes in the freezer. We were slightly disappointed with the quality of the chocolate - it smells rather like chocolate dog treats and tastes more like chocolate-flavoured cake covering than actual chocolate. It is also crammed with palm oil - not ideal for any environmentally aware buyers. Despite this, we still enjoyed eating it but would buy nicer chocolate to refill the mould with.
The actual impression we got from it was freakishly lifelike, like a dark brown version of the real deal, complete with pores and every fold and crease. We would definitely reuse the mould - it was very sturdy and making multiple copies didn't seem to affect its integrity. However, we live in a shared house and so didn't fancy explaining the mould if found in the freezer, so we left it in a cool dark place. This was a mistake as only a couple of days later the mould had gone, err, mouldy, and so had to be thrown. So if you want to keep it, make sure you freeze it!
All in all, fantastic fun.
- The end result - a perfect clone.
- Cheap chocolate.
- Bottom line
- Great fun.
- 8 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes