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TrIIIy

Archer Packer (Large)

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TrIIIy

Hi, all.

 

I just received my first silicone packer, the Archer, today. I got it online for $55 with free shipping from New York Toy Collective. I have been packing with my old Masho, which I love, but it wasn’t big enough for my liking.

 

So far, I like the Archer a lot. It is significantly bigger than the Masho, but it doesn’t look TOO big on my 5’7” frame. The bulge is realistic. It is also significantly heavier and denser, which is not a bad thing; it’s just different.


The only downsides to the Archer are the flat-backed testes (anyone else cringe at the word “balls?”) and the stickiness. All of the reviews that I read said that only the back part of the packer was sticky, but the entire package is very sticky. This is not a major issue if you apply cornstarch. As for the completely flat back of the packer, I do miss the feel of the rounded Masho testes, but the Masho is the only packer on the inexpensive side that has them to my knowledge.

 

I pack with the Archer in the same way that I do the Masho, with a pair of slightly tight women’s bikini style underwear on top of my boxer briefs and the packer in between. This method has always worked for me, and the increased size of the Archer is surprisingly compatible with this method as long as you pack straight down. If you want to pack to one side, you might want a harness.
 

In summary, the Archer is a good silicone packer for only $55. Would recommend.

 

 

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TrIIIy

Just to clarify, this is the large size Archer. Apparently, the smaller size is in fact very small and would be appropriate for someone a few inches shorter than me.

 

Etsy also sells even smaller versions that would be appropriate for teens and children. 
 

It is also worth mentioning that the Archer (and the Pierre, his uncircumcised brother) come in four different skin tones to match your body. I ordered the lightest color, Cashew. I probably could have done better with the next darkest color, but it is still fairly realistic.

 

Thanks for reading!

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Jackie C.

I wouldn't worry about "larger size." Most cis-guys would pack with a horse's leg if they thought they could get away with it.

 

I hadn't really considered adherence issues with a packer before. I know it can be a nightmare with larger-sized breast forms and you're sticking to a much more sensitive area. Personally, with my good ones I used medical adhesive because the sticky back wouldn't hold past a few minutes. Of course that led to removal problems and glue residue.

 

The point being, thank you for the lesson. I learned something today!

 

Glad you're happy with your new toy (I say toy because, honestly, that's how a lot cis-guys think of theirs too: "Best. Toy. Ever.")

 

Hugs!

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TrIIIy

Thanks, Jackie!

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