1. Inspire Silicone Dilator Training Set (5 Piece)

      Average customer review 5 out of 5 stars7 reviews

      A perfect set of graduated dildo dilators for anyone who wants to try internal play for the first time. Whether you're brand new to sex toys, want to try anal for the first time or are still a virgin, these five silicone protractors ease you in gently.

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    1. Product Description

      A perfect set of graduated dildo dilators for anyone who wants to try internal play for the first time. Whether you're brand new to sex toys, want to try anal for the first time or are still a virgin, these five silicone protractors ease you in gently.

      Each dildo is tapered and curved for smooth, easy insertion that's comfortable and offers gentle expansion with an oh-so tender touch. Designed as a training set to prepare your body for other internal pleasure, this kit takes you all the way from pinky-finger penetration right through to the size of a well-endowed erect penis.

      To get the most from your kit (whether using for vaginal or anal exploration) we recommend applying plenty of water-based lubricant to the toy and yourself and slowly teasing the entrance of your chosen orifice with the tip. Apply gentle pressure and allow your body to gradually accept as much length as you feel comfortable inserting.

      Stick to mastering one dilator at a time, and only move onto the next step once you're 100% happy and comfortable using the step you're on.

      Although these are safe for anal exploration, we don't recommend wearing them as butt plugs due to their non-flared base. Always keep a secure grip on the finger loop when inserting anally.

      As well as the above, these dildos are perfect for women with medical conditions which require dilation, and post-op male-to-female gender realignment dilation.

      Measurements:

      Dilator #1: 3 inch insertable length, 1.5 inch circumference

      Dilator #2: 3.75 inch insertable length, 2.5 inch circumference

      Dilator #3: 4.75 inch insertable length, 2.9 inch circumference

      Dilator #4: 5.5 inch insertable length, 3.5 inch circumference

      Dilator #5: 6.5 inch insertable length, 4.25 inch circumference

      Key Features:

      • A set of 5 dildos for progressing internal massage play
      • Range from petite (3 inch length x 1.5 inch girth) to large (6.5 inch length x 4.25 inch girth)
      • Tapered and curved for easy, comfortable insertion
      • Perfect for advancing vaginal and anal exploration
      • Made from premium silicone for hypoallergenic use
      • Sturdy finger loop enables seamless control at all times
      • A percentage of each sale goes to the "Living Beyond Cancer" charity
    1. How it measures up

      • Base type: Finger Loop
      • Circumference: 4.25 inches
      • Insertable Length: 6.5 inches
      • Length: 8.25 inches
    2. How it feels

      • Contains latex: No
      • Contains phthalates: No
      • Flexibility: Firm
      • Material: Silicone
      • Waterproof: Submersible
    3. Essential info

      • Harness Compatible: No
      • Has balls: No

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    1. Inspire Silicone Dilator Training Set (5 Piece)

      A brilliant set of graduated dildo dilators for anyone who wants to try internal play for the first time. Whether you are brand new to sex toys, want to try anal for the first time or are still a virgin, these five silicone protractors ease you in smoothly.

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    1. Customer Reviews

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      1. Inspire Silicone Dilator Training Set (5 Piece)
      2. Inspire Silicone Dilator Training Set (5 Piece)

        £56.99

    1. Helping me to resolve 11 years of vaginal pain

      Reviewed: 01 May 2018 by that light bulb moment

      I've always found vaginal insertion painful and wanted a set of dilators. Unlike so many which are hard plastic and overly clinical, these are pretty pink, soft silicone and non-intimidating.

      Started with the second smallest, and it was all my body could take. After just a few uses I can get most of the third one in!

      Always take it slowly and gently, and use lots of water-based lube. Some discomfort is expected but if it's painful stop and keep it where it is or ease off a bit; remember they taper - if it hurts you're probably trying to insert more than your body can handle at that given time.

      I leave it in for an hour at a time, and I use it lying on my back. The handles are very useful though it should be noted that, depending on your posture, if you try to move about with one in it can dig in you and hurt momentarily.

      Also don't be surprised if you experience some stomach ache after use; women who experience deep pelvic pain with attempted vaginal penetration like I do may find there's residual stomach ache afterwards, though it's not as bad as menstrual cramps, goes away quite quickly and once your body is fully able to accommodate whichever size you're using the tummy aches will stop.

      These are great for training yourself to accept penetration without it being painful, especially if overly-tight muscles are the problem; thanks to muscle memory, repetition of using these will help with that particular issue.

      The next step though, after eliminating the pain of penetration is, unlike muscle memory, psychological; training yourself to associate penetration with pleasure. For this purpose I've bought a rabbit vibrator which I plan on using once I can comfortably handle the size - It's worth remembering; once you've eliminated the pain, introducing pleasure is a sensible next step. Other Lovehoney toys can help with that.

      It would be good if there was a 6th one though; the average male appendage is just under 5 inches in circumference, and the largest dilator is 4.25 inches in circumference at the widest point; an extra one that goes up to 5 inches would be nice.

      Quite simply, without these, my vagina would still be off limits, but things are changing.

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Literally, solving 11 years of pain and upset.
      Cons
      Would be good if there was a 6th, largest one.
      Bottom line
      Vital for someone like me.
    3. 5 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    1. Invaluable for Vaginismus Sufferers

      Reviewed: 03 April 2018 by MJandBG, a Bisexual Engaged Female

      I was hesitant about purchasing these due to the price, but I can honestly say that they are worth every penny.

      I've never been able to have comfortable penetrative sex, as I suffer from vaginismus due to previous traumatic experiences. I've never used them solo (it's just not for me), but my fiancé has used them during sex. It's been slow progress (mainly because I haven't committed to doing it regularly enough) but it's been the only progress I've had in seven years.

      If the pain is a real problem, a little bit of relaxing anal lube helps - they're made with a mild topical anaesthetic that relaxes your muscles and takes the edge off the pain.

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      First pain-free penetration in seven years. Soft, comfortable, flexible silicone.
      Cons
      Nothing.
      Bottom line
      Amazing. Essential for anyone suffering from pain or discomfort during penetrative sex.
    3. 2 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    1. Perfect for a virgin

      Reviewed: 21 January 2018 by sexylabcoat, a Bisexual Single Female

      I've been trying to lose my virginity by myself for a few months. I could not insert anything more than two fingers in my vagina and I was afraid I had a very thick hymen. Due to personal/psychological reasons, trying intercourse was not an option for me at the time, and I was afraid that when the time would come it would be a very painful experience.

      After some web searching, I came across the idea of using dilators, and I thought I should give it a try since using a dildo seemed like an intimidating (and painful!) thought.

      I was so excited to find out that Lovehoney had this kit in stock! The quality seemed good and the dilators were non-intimidating, so I ordered them as soon as possible.

      They arrived quickly and in a discreet packaging as always. Now, the truth is, you can possibly find cheaper dilators in the market, but they come nowhere as near to those in terms of quality. The silicone is incredibly soft and smooth, to the point that I got carried away and spent 10 minutes touching them! And the colour is lovely too. The whole kit does not give the impression of a medical instrument or anything intimidating. Quite the contrary, they look like they were designed to be inserted into your vagina (obviously).

      Now here comes the interesting part! Make sure to use plenty of water-based lube on you and the toy you plan on inserting. I used Lovehoney's water-based lube (another recommended product). I suggest you relax your vaginal muscles using a vibrator or your fingers- your choice! And when you feel ready, then you can continue with the insertion.

      Now, if you are like me and can barely put two fingers in, I recommend starting with dilator 3 or 4 (from smallest to biggest). Rub the tip of the dilator against your entrance and when ready, push in gently with a slight upwards curve. Don't force your body to accept it, take it slow, and if you feel uncomfortable it is okay to stop. If you feel comfortable with the dilator inside you, try twisting it around gently or pushing it in and out, but only as long as you are comfortable. Relax your muscles and try not to push the dilator out. Train your vaginal muscles to accept it inside you. If you find that you cannot push the toy in any more or you are finding resistance, that means you are hitting your cervix, and the toy won't go in much further. This is normal!

      I used these dilators until the last one and they helped me greatly in getting over my fear of intercourse and helping my hymen stretch. However, I had to use a dildo to fully break it.

      If you feel ready to break your own hymen, my recommended position (and the one I used) is laying down on your bed but with your legs raised above you and closed. Then lubricate yourself and the dildo and slowly try inserting it. Thanks to those dilators, the pain was nothing like what I used to experience before and it was done in a matter of seconds!

      So, if you are a virgin who would like to lose your virginity by yourself, stretch your hymen or are concerned about your first time being painful, I definitely recommend this!

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Everything.
      Cons
      Nothing.
      Bottom line
      Amazing.
    3. 6 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes