Feb 252017

New York Toy Collective Carter silicone dildo

I squirt every time I use the New York Toy Collective Carter.

Movement or not. No matter the external vibe. Whatever my mood. If clitoral stimulation makes me come while the Carter is inside me, I gush. I’ll be just hanging out, about to have a completely ordinary orgasm or so it seems, when I feel the pressure building, urging me to slide the dildo out. Sure enough: an expulsion of fluid follows. It hardly ever feels like I’ve earned it, yet it happens, consistently as the sun rising and setting each day. Sneak-attack squirting.

And oh, with movement? With actual thrusting? Then I’m ejaculating even more, soaking through the towel on my desk chair.

Carter is a meaty dude. Hefty. Beefy. At 7.5″ insertable and 2″ in diameter, this dildo is not fucking around. But squeezing my fingers around the shaft, the silicone feels lush, forgiving — any initial feelings of intimidation melt away. I can do this. I was born to do this. Carter may be thick, but it’s also way soft. I find it amazing, actually, how effortless it can feel to insert Carter. The cushy silicone really dampens its hugeness.

Carter is like the college athlete big brother of New York Toy Collective’s Shilo. Both have NYTC’s signature metal core, so they’re bendable and posable. Shilo is much smaller; its stubby length and spongy feel make it an ideal strap-on or pack-and-play. In that size category, I’m more a fan of Mustang, but Shilo is a damn fine dildo — especially for plush G-spotting — and many people love it deeply.

Carter promised to up the ante, to bring the girth, and I am all about that.

What’s weird, though, is that up until the point of orgasm, at least if I don’t move the dildo much, it doesn’t feel particularly stimulating. It doesn’t have intense angles or curves, no real texture to speak of, and the material has too much give to offer any precision. So aside from a pleasant, stretching fullness and moderate G-spot stimulation, it isn’t necessarily life-changing.

Which I know sounds strange to say after the squirting thing. But for context, squirting during orgasm is not uncommon for me. I experience it with MaverickBuck, and Outlaw too — it’s a combination of my body’s general propensity for squirting and a pronounced head. Compared to those dildos, though, Carter is squishier — and smoother.

Carter is more of a loose interpretation of a penis, a rough draft, like if you put a veiny dildo on a lathe and smoothed it out. This lack of surface detail sets Carter apart from most realistic, dual-density dildos. It’s a departure from the over-the-top, borderline cartoonishness of Tantus toys and even the balanced realism of Vixen dildos. The overarching sensation with Carter is one of smoothness.

Clearly my G-spot is being stimulated by Carter — and VERY WELL — but it doesn’t feel as visceral as with other toys. There’s little texture on the surface for my vaginal walls to appreciate, and the head is too soft and amorphous against my G-spot. Truth is, my G-spot doesn’t usually like a gentle seduction, even if it ends in an explosive orgasm. It likes to feel it all, it wants to live. It longs for the unmistakable intensity of firm materials and bulbous tips. Too much squish and the stimulation fades.

There may not be nuance to Carter, but there is ease. Slowly gliding it creates a wonderful tactile sensation against my vaginal walls, smooth and satisfying like holding a water wigglie. Despite its palpable size, it remains gentle, calming even — like listening to the words of a trusted dominant you know will take care of you. This is Carter’s power, especially for a dildo of such magnitude.

The bendability is a cool feature, but didn’t add much to my experience. I can curve it upward a bit, but really that just helps take strain off my wrist more than it alters sensation. Technically you could pack with this toy, but it’d look pretty obscene. Stick with Shilo for that, or one of New York Toy Collective’s gorgeous packers.

At $169, Carter costs upwards of $50 more than even the largest of Vixen’s dildos, but it offers a different — dare I say more sensual? — experience. Carter is like a subdued version of Maverick or Outlaw. For those who crave girth but prefer a little more tenderness with their G-spot stimulation, this dildo is a gift from the gods. If I want to get pummeled by a thick yet forgiving cock until I squirt across the room… then no doubt, Carter is it.

Get the Carter at SheVibe, Babeland, Pleasure Chest, Come As You Are (Canada),
or directly through New York Toy Collective (with non-realistic color options!).

  • Jillian Boyd

    I very much like the look of this one – and that’s saying something for me because I’m not normally one for dildos. It’s very pretty.

  • It is a beautiful sight, isn’t it?

  • GASP! I had just decided that Buck was going to be my next purchase because I love Mustang but want something bigger and now I face a difficult decision. Despite the lower cost and the fact I already know I love Vixen’s silicone I can’t get over how great the teal color Carter looks. :O

  • Carter is noticeably larger than Buck, so take that into account for sure! Buck’s shape is also somewhat different, as it tapers wider near the base. I love that, because it gives my vag a fuller sensation at the opening and focuses the G-spot stimulation even more. Carter provides more of a general fullness. Both are awesome dildos but if I had to choose between them, I’d pick Buck.

  • Zeke Graysex

    product shot + writing = most beautiful i’ve ever read on your blog

  • Thanks!! Buck it is! My wallet will thank you and I will just pretend it is that gorgeous teal color haha!

  • Wow!

  • I already wanted Carter, and now I really want to try it–I like the idea of it being gentle despite its size. Also I love the photo & its retro feel. 🙂

  • Dahsha

    Wondering how the Carter compares to the Tantus Cush O2? I imagine the Carter is waaay more forgiving but is it girther too?

  • Spangle

    Objectively, yes. The Cush is 1.75″ and the Carter is 2″. Personally I can’t say which one feels bigger, though, since I haven’t tried the Carter.

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  • Taylor Gang Vapor

    Epiphora, I currently have the Bandit and the Outlaw, I use these toys on my wife she prefers girth over length and enjoys a good realistic texture. She isnt completely satisfied with either so I’m torn between the Maverick and now Carter. TIA

  • Yeah, Carter is bigger, and it feels larger… but it’s also definitely a lot more forgiving, so the feel is quite different. They’re both good, but Cush is more specific in its stimulation and Carter is more just big ‘n’ squishy.

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