Uberrime Element 4 – Sex Toy Review
HAPPY STUFFSGIVING YA’LL! Did you just say “what’s Stuffsgiving?” Why… it’s only the greatest month of the year (well… besides Spooky Month)! All November long we celebrate the true meaning of Stuffsgiving by stuffing ourselves silly with dildos… butt plugs… and yes, even vibrators. If you can cram it into one or more of your holes… it is Stuffsgiving approved. I am kicking off the holiday season with the Uberrime Element 4. Yes, it is a smaller dildo, but it is still pretty early in Stuffsgiving season, so I decided I was going to start out easy… with just a light stuffing… you know… so has to not fill myself up too full before the month really begins. I’ve got to pace myself.
Uberrime’s line of Element toys (of which there are 5) are meant to be Uberrime’s answer to a call for more affordable, smaller, less complicated silicone toys. Uberrime’s toys (at least in my experience thus far) do tend to run on the large size (if you are a member of the Royal Family of size lovers, as I am, you’ll be like a kid in a candy shop looking through Uberrime’s shop) and can quickly become expensive (but the toys have been of such amazing quality I have never once batted an eye at the price… these are hand sculpted, hand poured works of fucking art after all… art that you can put in all your hungry holes). But, if your budget (or tastes) are on the smaller side, the Element toys are are here for you! You can excellent hand sculpted, hand poured, silicone art for your vagina/ass but with a smaller size and price tag… it is really a win all around.
So I technically only own the Element 3 and 4… and have yet to lay eyes on the 1, 2 and 5 (I mean… beyond pictures)… so I can’t say definitively that the Element 4 is my favorite of the Element toys… but I can say without a doubt it is my all time favorite Uberrime Element of the Element toys I own… The Element line seems to be designed with anatomy in mind. Instead of adding a lot of textures and other aesthetic (yet functionally useless) bling, Uberrime has opted to focus on creating toys that are simple yet effective. The Element 4 has a shape that I find super inviting, a shape that is 100% meant for both g-spot and p-spot stimulation. The toy’s head has a very pronounced forward leaning head, which gives it that kind of come-hither, crooked finger shape that is excellent (in my experience) for providing extra pressure against the g-spot (or p-spot). While the pronounced head is excellent, what really sold me on this toy is the bulgy middle, Uberrime sculpted this lobed bulge to resemble fingers, which is cool… I can see that… but I just like the added girth that it gives this toy… the fact that it kind of feels like fingers pressed together, stroking my g-spot… that’s just a bit of extra bonus.
I wanna talk about the girth of this toy some more, because its my favorite feature. So the bulge has a diameter of 1.59 inches… making it a adorably portly little dildo. And what I like so much about this bulging middle is that it kind of turns this petite dildo into the perfect vagina plug. I have found that one of my favorite ways to use the Element 4 is to insert the toy and just clench around it, letting the head push into my g-spot while the bulging middle gives me that perfect feeling of fullness right at my vaginal entrance. From there I like to squirm and buck and feel the head continue to push into my g-spot while I use a vibrator on my clit. Heaven. The Element can also be used as a thrusting toy, if that’s your jam. I find there isn’t quite as much length as I would like for a thrusting toy… the Element 4 measures in with a total length of 5.75 inches and 5 inches of insertable length… it isn’t a tiny toy… runs around that fairly average “penis” length… but I like a lot more shaft if I’m going to use a toy with wild thrusting abandon.
The Uberrime Element 4 is made from a medium density (8A Shore… if you are a smart person who understands that kind of jargon… not me…) silicone. I think it feels reasonably firm with just enough squish to it to keep the toy feeling comfortable. It definitely has some bend and flex to it… but I was also able to place it on my floor and “ride” it without it crumpling or bending out of shape. Does any of that make any sense to you? If not… sorry… here is the TLDR version of all that: it’s made of silicone. Being made of silicone, it means that any lube but silicone lube is recommended and it is also super easy to clean. Throw it in a pot of boiling water, toss it in the dishwasher (top rack, no soap), use a 10% bleach solution, or just run it under the tap. Your options are endless (okay… there actually is an end to the number of ways you can actually clean this… but I wanted to say something that sounded exciting)!
Currently the Element 4 comes in Mermaid Blue (which is featured in this review), Jack Copper Red, Glittery Gold, Lavender, Rose Gold, and Luster Black. If those colors are not fantastic enough for you, you can pay a little extra and have your Element 4 (or any of the Elements) made in your choice of two-color marbling! Not to tell you what to do or anything… but the marbling Uberrime does looks pretty fucking fantastic… so… I’d go with that if I were you.
I can highly recommend the Uberrime Element 4, whether you are looking for a silicone toy that doesn’t break the bank or something on the smaller side, the Element 4 is an excellent choice. The Element 4 also makes a fantastic warm up dildo… which is something I have definitely used it for. Also the base is totally flared, so its safe for anal use and I especially think its great for anal warm ups… the bulge in the middle feels just about right when I’m working my way towards taking something larger. The Element 4 is just all around an excellent dildo… but… was I really expecting it to be anything less… Uberrime does good work.
Ready to bring home the Uberrime Element 4? You can purchase one directly from Uberrime! If like an Airbender, you wish to master all of the Elements you can also find the Element 1, Element 2, Element 3, Element 5 in Uberrime’s shop!
The Uberrime Element 4 was provided to me free of charge by Uberrime in exchange for my honest review.