Mr. Limpy Review

My Rating

Key Features

🥞 Circumsized
👣 Size Available: 4
🎨 Color Tones Available: 3
💰 Price: $16-19 (USD)
🧍🏽‍♂️Stand-To-Pee Function: No
🍆Can Be Used For Penetration: No
🧬 Real Feel™ Test: Yes
👀 Discreet Shipping: Yes
⚡️ Energy: Ol’ Reliable

Overview

The Mr. Limpy was created by FleshLight. FleshLight has a long reputation as being the “go to” adult shop for masturbators that, on the outside, look like flashlights. The Mr. Limpy was conceptualized as a “gag” or “joke” gift. It was meant to be used at bachelor and bachelorette parties to “prank” friends. Eventually, the trans community found this extremely cheap “gag gift” and it quickly became a staple and one of the most popular packers. This packer is offered in 3 different skin tones and 4 different sizes. The price ranges from $16-$18 USD. I’m so sad to say that after YEARS of the smallest one being only $12, they have upped their price!  $16 is still pretty cheap though, but they aren’t the cheapest any more (The Performance Packer is $15).

This is the FIRST packer I ever got myself at the ripe age of 17. I used my “Much Music” Prepaid credit card in order to order from Early2Bed. This was back in 2008 and let me tell you, the packer options were bleak. When I saw the Mr. Limpy was only $12, I was super excited. I had seen some others online talk about it and I was super excited to get it. Once I received it, I was so nervous to ever wear it outside. Back then they didn’t even have 3 skin tones available. The only shade available was PINK. Over the years I used this bad boy to pack, I even got the Medium size one to test it out (it was way to big). Believe it or not, I still have the ORIGINAL Mr. Limpy that I bought in 2008. It looks HORRIBLE and extremely small. For some reason, packers made with this rubber material shrink over time. I mean, I did really abuse this packer. I even tried to convert it to an STP once, it was a fail. Still, I love this packer so much. It’s SUCH a reliable little packer and I still recommend it as a first time packer when anyone asks. There are some drawbacks. I’ve had to replace it every 6-12 months. You shouldn’t put it directly on your skin because its not made of 100% silicone, which means its absolutely porous and  bacteria can grown within it. Still, with all these cons, the Mr. Limpy was my first love and it will ALWAYS have a place in my little trans heart!

The Great

  • Price – Extremely budget friendly, even if it needs to be replaced once or twice a year.
  • Grab – Feels very real when you or someone else is consensually grabbing it.
  • Look – In pants and underwear, this packer is a win.
  • Feel – Not stiff at all. Depending on the size you choose, it will not look like you have a boner. Even if you get the biggest size, this packer is squishy enough to maneuver into looking like a very big flaccid penis as opposed to an erect one.

The Not-so-Great

  • Sticky – Right out of the bag, the Mr. Limpy is very sticky. If you do not like that feeling on your hands, you probably won’t like it near your crotch (especially if it is free floating in briefs).
  • Oily – Will leave an oily residue on any surface. If you put Mr. Limpy on a table and remove it after a few minutes, it will leave an oily testicle shaped “ring”.
  • Ingredients – Not super happy with the lack of information available for the Mr. Limpy. People with serious product allergies may have to contact the manufacturer directly for information. 
  • Rip – If you put the Mr. Limpy in an o-ring harness or handle the packer by the shaft often, the space under the shaft will begin to rip away from the balls. 
  • Size – The smallest size can sometimes look like you have a small boner if you are not wearing tight enough underwear or pants. The Small’s shaft stands by itself when placing the base on a table, whereas the other sizes shafts fall with gravity.
  • Colors – Limited. Only 3 and the darkest shade is really a medium brown at best.

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Unboxing

Once out of the shipping box, the Mr. Limpy comes packaged in a sealed, plastic, see-through bag. The bag may sometimes look “dirty”, this is because of the “oily” secretions within the sealed bag.

I know a lot of people wonder what the actual shipping box looks like and it’s tough to really say because this prosthetic is sold by many different online retailers. If you are ever unsure, you can always message the company you are purchasing from and ask them what they put on the box! The retailer that I prefer is Early2Bed and I can tell you that living in Canada and receiving a package from the USA, I’m always terrified the customs declaration form is going to say something like “big wiener”. Luckily, that has never happened with Early2Bed. They also didn’t even put the return address as “Early2Bed” they put “ETB”. 

Color

The Mr. Limpy is available in three (3) different skin tones. The darkest skin tone does look a little darker in person vs. the original website photos. However, it’s still not dark enough. There needs to be more options!

Vanilla, Caramel, Pink

Size

The Mr. Limpy is available in four (4) different sizes. For the purpose of this review, I am only focusing on the SMALL size (sometimes called XS).

TIP: Be advised that not every website uses the same descriptions for sizes. Some will say “size small” when others will say “size X-Small” for the same packer. Be sure to look at the actual measurements in each listing to ensure accurate size.

Dimensions:
Full Length: 3.5” / 8.9cm
Shaft Length: 3” / 7.6cm
Balls Length: 3.5” / 8.9cm
Balls Width (At it’s largest): 2.5” / 6.3cm
Ball Width (Smallest): 1.5” / 3.8cm
Circumference: 4” / 10cm
Weight: 143g / 5oz

All Sizes:
Small: 3.5” (Shaft 3”)
Medium: 5.5” (Shaft 5”)
Large: 6.5”
X-Large: 8.5”

Material and Feel

Made of the company’s patented “superskin”, the Mr. Limpy is NOT made of silicone. The full list of ingredients is not available, however, the material they use is porous. This means that bacteria can attach itself easily to the product. If not cleaned regularly and properly, the product can grow mold, fungus, and bacteria. Even though the full list of ingredients is not available, the company has stated this product is latex-free, body-safe, and phthalate-free. 



In terms of tactile feel, the Mr. Limpy is sticky/tacky. Lint and other small dust particles and hair attach easily to the packer.

Depending on the package you get, you might get a super sticky one, or one that is slightly less sticky and shinny. I have no idea why. I will say that in the last 4 years, they have only been the super stick/shinny ones. It’s easy to fix though. Just run it under warm water and use cornstartch. That should soften it right up!

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Packing

Easy to pack with when wearing briefs or packing underwear. Wearing tight boxer briefs can be a gamble because if they aren’t tight enough, expect your dick to fly out of your pants. If you are someone who wears tight jeans, then you are on the safer side. If you choose to wear very loose fitting boxers and sweatpants, expect to look down and see your Mr. Limpy waving at you from the ground up. This is not something anyone should have to go through. Be sure to use packing underwear, briefs, tight boxer briefs, or even a harness when wearing the Mr. Limpy. Especially since you shouldn’t put this packer directly against your skin.

Real Feel Test™

After extensive research (lol), I give the Mr. Limpy a big thumbs up on the official Trans Stuff Oh My! Real Feel Test™. Not only does the Mr. Limpy feel great when it is caressed through pants, but it even passes the underwear grab test. It looks great in underwear, pants, sweatpants, and shorts. 

Visual Realism 2/5

The proportions aren’t great on this bad boy. The shaft is pretty small and the balls are huge. However, we all know that peens come in all shapes and sizes. Theres some detail on the balls and on the head, so it gets a 2/5.

Touch Realism (Through Pants) 5/5

Uhmmm yeah so the Mr. Limpy is my OG Packer and It has such a big place in my heart and literally one of the first times I asked one of my friends to do the “grab test” on me was with Mr. Limpy over 10 years ago. So yes, it feels VERY realistic in your pants. It feels like a flaccid peen!

Touch Realism (Skin-Like) 2/5

If it’s right out of the bag and looks sticky like I showed previously, that 100% does NOT feel like skin. However, if you powder it a little but, it does feel pretty good.

Cleaning and Care

I recommend cleaning this product before and after each use. 

This product is made with a mix of silicone and other materials. The easiest way to clean this packer is with hot soapy water. I usually recommend sterilizing your packer at least once a week in a pot of boiling water, and/or sticking it in the dishwasher, however, because this packer is not 100% silicone,  soapy water is the only option. 

If you find that the packer is tacky/sticky after cleaning it, I am a huge advocate of using cornstarch (or other rejuvenating powders) to maintain a smooth and silky texture.

*Please do not use talcum powder (most commonly found in baby powder), it has been associated with different types of cancers, mostly ovarian cancer. We have a full article on the dangers of talcum power here.

Storage

I recommend using the original packaging or a natural canvas bag. Place this product in a cool, dry, and dark place, like a dresser drawer. Do not store it with other similar-material products as those eventually can start to morph together, which is really not fun. Sometimes, these products secrete an oily texture and a canvas bag will help absorb this moisture. If you do not store your packer properly, overtime it can secrets oils and eventually lose its shape and size (it will become smaller).

Small Tip: Add a little bit of cornstarch to this product before storing it in a bag. This will help its life and longevity.

Full Rating

Durability 1/5

Since the Mr. Limpy is so inexpensive, there are some drawbacks. One being durability. If you are someone who packs 24/7, this packer will not last you all year long. Expect to replace it at least once or twice. Be sure to take good care of your packer (more info on care above), and let it breathe once in a while. The Mr. Limpy is not made of silicone and its material is extremely porous. Without proper care and cleaning, bacteria can form on and in the packer. This will significantly reduce the Mr. Limpys life. Overtime, the Mr. Limpy will shrink in length, size, and girth. Think of it as a gift that keeps giving, an alive surprise.

Packability 4/5

Easy to pack with when wearing briefs, packing underwear, or a harness. Wearing the Mr. Limpy with anything else will be a gamble.  If you’re not a gambler make sure to get a strap, pouch or wear briefs. Giving this a 4/5 because you shouldn’t pack it up against your skin.

Budget Friendly 5/5

The cost of this packer is incredibly affordable. At only $16, (usd)  That’s cheaper than a vegan pizza, for the smallest size and $19 (usd) for the largest size, the Mr. limpy is one of the most affordable packers out there. Not only is this packer budget friendly, but it is also easy to pack with in regular briefs, without the need for an expensive packing harness or pouch.

Reel Feel Test 4/5

Feels like a flaccid peen and could past the grab test.

Final Thoughts

I highly recommend the Mr. Limpy for first timers. It’s $16 price tag cannot be beat, (that’s like 2 fancy coffee drinks)  and even if it doesn’t last a full year (of 24/7 packing), it’s still worth it. It’s great for people who are testing out packing and wondering if it’s right for them. The perfect get your feet wet packer! Versatility, accessibility, affordability, and packability all make this packer a great buy despite some of the drawbacks. As I’ve mentioned, I’ve had this style packer since 2007 and I still swear by it. I just wish the company was more upfront about the full ingredients list.

Use the discount code: CHASE23

Watch my original YouTube review from 2016

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtgKDpl2-Nsu0026feature=youtu.be
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