Ouch! Vibrating Extra Long Silicone Urethral Sound

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Okay, before we get into the details of this unique sounding tool from Shot’s Ouch! collection, we need to give you a little PinkCherry PSA. If you’re already familiar with sounding (or urethral penetration, if you prefer) you’ll know that this practice isn’t something anyone should go into without lots of prior research, time, patience and a great set of high quality tools. We’ve got the tools, but please, please do your research if you’re a first timer!

Sounding is an extreme form of play that involves inserting a rod or plug up through the penis via the urethral canal. For some, it provides a completely unique sensation and lots of pleasure, since the head of the penis and urethral canal is jam-packed with nerve endings. Sounding is also used as a means to direct prostate stimulation, while some penis-owners get off on the extreme nature of sounding. In either case, it’s not something to be done on a whim, so if you’re interested, again, please do your research!

In body safe silicone, the Extra Long Ouch! sound is lightweight, flexible and (optionally) vibrating. Single speed vibration comes courtesy of a bullet embedded through the base.

Always follow a meticulous cleansing routine before and after using one of these (or any) urethral penetration deice. The Vibrating Extra Long Silicone Urethral Sound’s hypoallergenic silicone material can be very thoroughly cleaned – something you definitely want in a urethral device. Always use the highest quality lube with any tool that’ll be entering our or your partner’s urethra – the best option is a sterile surgical or medical grade water based formula. Bullet requires 1 AAA battery (sold separately). Waterproof.

* The Ouch! Vibrating Silicone Urethral Sound is approximately 17.72″ /45cm in total length, 13.78″/35cm insertable and .197″/.5cm at thickest diameter. 

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