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Burst Anal Butt Plug PLU-068-FL

Burst Anal Butt Plug PLU-068-FL

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Bedcandy brings you Burst Anal butt plug. This Tpe/Tpr butt plug is the perfect style to train with, starting at 2cm from the top and gradually increasing the girth to 6.5cm at the bottom, you can ease your way into anal play with this affordable anal butt plug.

We called this anal training butt plug "Burst" as we thought it would be appropriate to feel that each level if girth increase would be a "Burst" into anal pleasure.

  • Material: TPE/TPR
  • Phthalates Free: YES
  • Water proof: YES
  • Overall Length: 185mm
  • Insertable Length: 170mm
  • Girth Diameter: Varies, 20mm, 30mm, 40mm, 50mm, 65mm
  • Base Diameter: 90mm
  • Suction Cup: NO
  • Strap-on Harness Compatible: YES

What is TPE/TPR?

TPE is a thermoplastic elastomer, TPR is referred to as thermoplastic rubber, in a sense, TPR is also TPE. Silicone is a highly active adsorbent material, which belongs to amorphous material. ... TPR is more weatherability than silicone, and the temperature resistance, strength and elasticity are better than silicone.

Is TPE/TPR Safe?

TPR is a great choice because it doesn't require the use of BPA and is made without PVC (and thus phthalates). ... Silicone and TPR are both usually BPA-free, because they simply don't require the use of a hardening/strengthening agent like polycarbonate plastic does.

Is TPE/TPR Environmentally Friendly?

TPE is an eco-friendly foam material, made from non-toxic recycled biodegradable plastics. TPEs are versatile compounds that replace rubbers and PVC during the manufacturing process, making them safe for human health and our environment.

Is TPE Carcinogenic?

The material is mainly a blend of thermoplastic rubber and other auxiliary materials. (1) It is non-toxic and environmentally friendly, does not contain carcinogenic substances such as nitrite and heavy metals, and can be recycled to achieve food sanitation standards.

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