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I just got the On the Go packer. It is a 3” soft silicone packer (not stp) from Tantus. It sells for around $35 without shipping from FtMEssentials (but look for coupon codes from YouTube). 

Pictured next to the classic Mr. Limpy (left), you can get an idea of size and dimensions. It is almost the same size as the Mr. Limpy extra small (a tiny bit smaller), which makes it a great size for just about anybody, I think. It is pretty squishy for 100% silicone, and it has a fairly realistic feel. The texture of the packer is made to simulate skin. It is not nearly as sticky as other packers (see the Archer) except for the flat back of it, which is pretty sticky in order to help

it stay in place if you wear it against your skin. It comes in three different flesh tones as well as blue (cocoa pictured here). 

My initial impression is that it has a good size and decent weight. It is heavier than a non-silicone packer, but fairly light for a silicone one. It is very detailed and lifelike. It makes a fairly small bulge for someone of average build and 5’7” height, which I prefer. I personally don’t want to “advertise” too much when packing. I just like to know that it’s there. 

Overall, it seems to be a solid choice for a small to medium bulge with the benefits of being 100% silicone. 

I will probably alternate between the On the Go and my old Archer, which is bigger and heavier for when the mood strikes me.


Would recommend.




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Sorry, I meant to say that the Mr. Limpy is on the right hand side of the pictures. Autism brain strikes again!

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Also note that the actual length of this prosthetic is a bit over 4 1/2”, not 3” as stated on the website.

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Jackie C.

Why does the packaging make it look like a snack food? I mean seriously, I could see something that looks JUST LIKE THAT being marketed as a Gummi candy. This will haunt my nightmares.


Not 100% sure that the pictures are cool with our PG rating. I'm OK with it, but I'm going to ask the other mods, K?



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The packaging was a bit odd, yes.


if the pictures are too much, please remove them. I do not mean to offend.

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I could rewrite the review without pictures if need be. I don’t mind.

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Carolyn Marie

No worries, Trilly.  The photos are acceptable.


Carolyn Marie

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Thank you @TrIIIy

I'm with you about smaller packers. Haven't tried a silicone one yet and this looks good.

I have a "I love/I can't" relationship with packing. I'm permanently clocked when I go out so wearing it feels even worse. And at home I have my kids most of the days, my eldest studying from home, and it feels weird.

Good to know about options anyway.


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@Gabriel you might try foam form packers if you haven’t already. They’re just hollow pieces of foam that sit where a packer would and simulate a bulge.

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Mr Limpy works really well for me for now, but it's good to know about silicone options for when I may want to use it more often :) 

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Mr. Limpy is a great option. I actually got one after I bought a silicone packer just because the reviews were so good. I love it.

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