Review of Morme’s Newest Stroker: A Game-Changer in the World of Prosthetic Penises

Review of Morme’s Newest Stroker: A Game-Changer in the World of Prosthetic Penises

I’ve recently had the opportunity to test out Morme’s latest stroker, and let me tell you, I have a lot of feelings about it!

While the product was gifted to me, all opinions are my own, and I’m not being paid to say anything specific. As always, I’ll be giving you a thorough rundown of the pros and cons.




What is a Stroker?
This stroker functions similarly to a suction fleshlight. For those unfamiliar, the clitoris can grow significantly on testosterone and functions much like a penis, which I’ll refer to as a T dick for this post.


General strokers suction onto the T dick and create a pleasurable pulling sensation. This one in particular, features a removable sleeve that mimics a foreskin and glides over the shaft. This movement stimulates the T dick, allowing you to masturbate as if you have a penis.





The stroker comes in three opening sizes and five shades, making it quite versatile. While it’s girthy, it’s not overly large. One important thing to note is that you need to warm it up in water to make it glide smoothly. If water isn’t readily available, I have managed to warm it up by holding it in my hands for a couple of minutes.




My Experience
There is no easy way to know which size will suit you best - however I found that the biggest size worked best for me. I have had stage 1 metoidioplasty with the release, which has helped my size - and I often find that average sucker toy holes are too small for my anatomy, so if you run into the same problem - the larger size might suit you.




Pros:

Realism
: It’s incredibly realistic, especially the tip of the foreskin. The colouring is spot on, and it doesn’t feel too sticky, unlike a lot of other prosthetics I’ve tried.

 
Performance: The stroker glides really well and feels amazing both physically and mentally. The experience is highly psychological; touching certain areas can make you feel sensations in your own anatomy. It feels like an extension of my body.

Versatility
: I think it would be great for both receiving and giving oral due to its realism.


A bonus:
If you have the ability to squirt, this stroker might be able to help you achieve that.

 


Cons:

Lubrication Issues: I found that it doesn’t work as well with lube or in water. The suction tends to come off and the sleeve doesn’t move up and down as easily. This might be an issue if you naturally get quite lubricated.

* Another note:
Using it for too long can result in injury that you might get if you were to use a penis pump for too long.

Suggestions for the future!
I wonder if the suction could be improved with a valve that works like a pump, allowing air to be squeezed out from the tip but preventing it from coming back in. Additionally, it would be incredible if this stroker could be used for penetrative sex. Perhaps a connectable flap to use with a harness could be developed in the future.

Price
The stroker alone is priced at £65, while the version with foreskin is £120. 

Conclusion
I think this is a groundbreaking product in the world of prosthetic penises. Its realism, performance, and versatility make it a great choice for anyone looking to enhance their experience. While there are a few areas for improvement, the overall benefits far outweigh the cons. If you’re considering adding a new toy to your collection, this one is definitely worth checking out.


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