Bad Dragon: Nox the Night Drake Dildo Review

~I received this product from Bad Dragon for free in exchange for an honest review. This in no way, shape or form has any affect on my opinions on this product.~

When I first discovered Bad Dragon, I felt as if all my fantasies could finally become true. I have a true fetish for the fantasy, not really sure why. But I just do, and have done since I was about twelve or so. Bad Dragon offer so many different types of toys modelled after a mythical creature (or real creature if you believe it existed at some point). But discovering Bad Dragon was long before I had a blog, but I did put their toys on my mental ‘watch list’, hoping beyond hope that I’d be able to own a few of their toys one day. And then when the time came that I was to own one, I was counting my lucky stars.

Bad Dragon:

First things first, I’ll tell you what you need to know about BD. I already mentioned that they produce fantasy-themed toys so I’ll leave that up to you to go and check that out if that’s your thing. But besides that, the other great thing is the customisation. BD offer so much choice to make your toy even more incredible. You can choose the size, firmness, colour and you can also add a feature to it, (eg. a suction cup or a cumtube). Pretty great, right? Yeah I think so too.

First Impressions:

I had the option of choosing any toy that caught my interest, so I was pretty much like a kid in a sweet shop, I just had so much choice. But one that I’d had my eye on from the very beginning, was the Nox. Why? I’m not quite sure. Maybe it’s the fact that it looks less intimidating than the others, or maybe just the fact that at the time, I had recently watched How to Train Your Dragon and I thought that Toothless was fucking adorable so I saw a lot of the same resemblance. Whatever the reason, I couldn’t wait to finally own the Nox.

The colour options were obviously the most difficult choice for me, there’s just so many colours you can choose from. Plus, you can choose your own and have the option of it being either a split marble (two custom colours marbled throughout the shaft and a custom colour for the base), a split fade (a custom faded colour along the shaft and a custom colour for the base) or a split colour (a custom colour for the shaft and a custom colour for the base).

But me being me, I didn’t really have many ideas floating around my head for anything custom so I chose a colour that was available at the time, the 4th Kind. I’ve always been a fan of blue and since I didn’t own any blue toys before the Nox, I thought that now was a good time as any to have something blue. Oh and it glows. 

I initially asked for my Nox to be in a medium firnmess, but I’d been reading reviews and in one of them, the blogger had chosen her Nox to have a soft shaft and a firm base and she thoroughly recommended that option, so in the end that’s what I decided on.

As for size, I wasn’t entirely sure what to choose because even though I love larger toys, with BD the sizes seem to differ a lot depending on what model it is and a small could be huge to some people, which is why a mini size is available on some models. Such as Stan the T. rex. I kept changing my mind from small to a medium, and then back to small again with the Nox. I just wasn’t sure if I’d be able to handle a medium or not, and if I could, I wanted a dildo that I could just use whenever I felt like it without any form of warm up prior to insertion. So in the end, I chose a small.

A small Nox has a 4.50 of head circumference, 5.50 of shaft circumference and it’s total length is 6.75 inches. I know, it doesn’t sound at all intimidating, just a fairly average sized dildo that you can pick up and wham bam away any time you want. Which is what I wanted.

But when my package finally arrived and I was able to hold the Nox in my hands for the first time, I thought I had made a bit of a mistake. My first thought was that it looked way too small for me. I could easily wrap my hand around it and it felt extremely underwhelming so I felt as if I should have chose a medium. The fact that the shaft is very floppy and squishy also made me realise that it’s going to feel even smaller inside me because it’s not firm enough for me to be able to feel the texture.

But I just basically shrugged off my negativity and admired the Nox in all its glory instead.  It really is beautiful. The colours just pop, there’s a shimmer to the colours and the silicone itself feels really soft. I love the texture the Nox has as well. There’s a little dent in the tip, which makes it look slightly like a human cock. But once your eyes travel down, that’s where the fantasy detailing comes into play. The Nox has a crested head, little bumps (or a spine) all the way down the front of the shaft, muscle detailing on either side of the shaft towards the base, and a flat base that has detailing all the way around it to give the appearance of a rock-type terrain.

The Nox is extremely flexible, I guess when BD offer a soft option, they really do mean soft. I’m able to press my thumb really hard down into the shaft and the head, and I’m also able to bend the Nox completely all the way down and flop it every which way I want. I was actually surprised but the base is able to fold in half, something I wasn’t expecting but I found it pretty cool anyway.

Before I forget, I did ask for a suction cup on my Nox and it’s one of the best I’ve ever seen on a dildo, not that I’ve got many dildos with a suction cup. When a toy doesn’t have a suction cup, it never really bothers me because I don’t usually have an urge to ride my toys, but I wanted the option in case I ever felt like it or I changed my mind someday. It sticks down well and doesn’t move when I pull at the shaft or try to wiggle the base around on a wall.

My Experience with the Nox:

I didn’t use a lot of lube with the Nox because it’s small and soft so there wasn’t any need for it. Inserting it was actually a little bit difficult, I didn’t think it would be at all but it was. Because it’s so squishy and flexible, the shaft kept bending away from my vaginal opening when I was holding the base of the Nox and trying to push it in. But eventually, it did slide in once I got it at the right angle and the tip was against my opening.

I was surprised to find that the texture on the head was something I was able to feel, considering how soft the Nox is. The head seems to pop in and out of me when I thrust in and out gently and it feels really soothing along my vaginal walls and I actually really enjoyed it, it felt like a welcome relief from all the firm dildos I have. Kind of like the Nox was the soft and gentle creature I needed from all the firm and slightly large monsters I kept subjecting my vagina to. The Nox is actually a dildo I’d consider using when I’m on my period because the silicone caresses my vaginal walls and the Nox feels so forgiving and gentle because of its softness.

The bumps (or spine) texture was unfortunately, something I couldn’t feel. At least not when I was thrusting a little more than just slowly. I could feel them when I thrusted the Nox so ridiculously slow that it bordered on teasing. This isn’t a bad thing by any means as it was kind of a new experience for me to take things a lot slower than I usually did, but it’s not my preferred way for using a dildo.

The muscle detailing, while it looks fucking awesome, I can’t feel that during use either. It’s such a shame because I really wanted to feel it, but like you can already guess, the Nox is just far too soft for the texture to have any impact inside me.

Verdict:

Overall, I did really enjoy using the Nox. The head stimulates my G-spot, even when I thrust really manically with it. The only problem is that the Nox bends away inside me, so it has a tendency to slip out of my vagina a lot. But I still really like the Nox, I just think that getting your first BD toy is probably a learning curve. You get to find out what you like and what you don’t.

I already knew before getting the Nox that I have a preference for firm toys, but I wanted something different from what I usually have and I wanted to experience something new. My experience was not bad by any means, but I don’t think my preference for firm toys is going to ever change.

On the other hand, I feel as if the Nox is great for when I don’t want to use a toy that’s firm so my vagina can have a rest, so to speak. I’d definitley recommend the Nox if you’re wanting to get your first fantasy-themed dildo. It’s not really all that intimidating, especially if you get it in soft, and the small size is something I feel a newbie could easily manage.

 

Where to Buy?

You can purchase a Nox from Bad Dragon. The price will vary depending on what options you choose when customising your BD toy but the Nox is available from $70.00 (which is around £49.56). Shipping also obviously varies depending on which country you’re in.