It’s been a while since I’ve done a review, and truthfully, I haven’t been plugging as much since moving in with my girlfriend last year. But seeing as tonight I have the house to myself, and I’ve had either my Tantus Ryder or my BOSS Silicone Stopper filling my ass for the past 36 hours, I thought it would be a good time to review another plug.
Presenting, the njoy Pure Plug 2.0. Measuring in at 2″ in diameter, and made of 1.3 pounds of surgical-grade stainless steel, this thing is a beast, and pretty too. If you’ve read other reviews of this plug, you’ll know that everybody talks about that weight. It really is the first thing you notice when you get it. Well, that, and the very nice box it comes in. This is truly a premium product, and it should be for over $100.
So does all that weight translate into a more intense experience? Well, yes, but not as much as I was expecting. From other reviews, I thought I’d hardly be able to keep it in while walking around, but it turned out not to be an issue at all. But I’m getting ahead of myself; first, you need to get it in.
For being 2″ in diameter, the Pure Plug 2.0 is surprisingly easy to insert, even without any warmup, thanks to the perfectly smooth stainless steel. Just a drop of lube and it’s as slippery as ice–and almost as cold. The steel provides a very different sensation compared to silicone. Besides feeling colder initially, it doesn’t give, and with its immense weight, it practically glides in by the force of gravity. I would have to warm up for 10-15 minutes if I wanted to put a 2″ silicone plug in with the same ease. That makes this plug a great go-to when I want to be filled up without the hassle.
Once in, it takes several minutes for the cold steel to warm up to body temperature. Those few minutes leave me writhing around on the floor with pleasure. The huge hunk of metal inside me becomes my whole universe. It’s all I can feel, and all I can think about. But then it warms up, and my body acclimates to the size and weight, and it slowly becomes a part of me. Supposedly, this plug can be run under cold or warm water before insertion for a different sensation, but I haven’t tried that.
The neck size is generally one of the most noticeable attributes of a given plug, because that is what stretches you out. The Pure Plug 2.0 has a relatively slim neck, smaller than my pinky in parts, which keeps it feeling very comfortable. So if it’s a stretch you’re looking for, this plug is not for you.
While walking, the plug definitely makes its presence known with a slosh back and forth, but I have not found it difficult to keep it in. I do not have to apply any extra pressure to keep it from falling out. That said, I often like relaxing my muscles and letting it slide out just a little bit, an inch or so, to enjoy the feeling of a bit more weight and stretch on my inner sphincter. I do that without fear of it falling out entirely.
The base is also slim, like the neck, but has just enough hard edges to make it irritating after a while. I can only go 12 hours or so before the base has me reaching for another plug. I do like the creative options that the ring-shaped base offers, but care has to be taken when sitting down on hard surfaces or a loud knock will reveal the hard object in your bottom.
This is probably my favorite plug to sleep with. The slim neck and base keep it from being too distracting while the weight provides a pleasant reminder of its presence every time I roll over. And rocking it back and forth while lying down rubs me in all the right places.
So what do we have then? A big, heavy, pretty plug which is easy to insert, intense for a little while, and then gives way to a fairly comfortable experience, which reminds you it’s there when you want it to, at least until the base becomes too irritating to tolerate any longer. I’d say it’s a specialized plug. If it offers what you’re looking for, then go for it, but don’t expect it to be a great general purpose plug. For that, you might want to look at the BOSS Silicone Stopper or Tantus Severin, which may be my next review.
And for those of you who are curious about the small, medium, and large versions of this plug, I’d say, unless you’re a beginner, pass on them. Keen observers may have noticed that I own all versions of the Pure Plug, so I can say from experience that even the large will leave you wanting more. And with as easy as the 2.0 is to insert, I see no reason not to go for it.