Soft Packer 7 (SP7) from Banana Prosthetics

My Rating

Key Features

🏳️‍⚧️ Trans-Owned Company: Yes
🥞 Circumsized 
👣 Size Available: 1
🎨 Color Tones Available: 7
💰 Price: $52 USD ($70 CND)
🧍🏽‍♂️Stand-To-Pee Function: No
🍆Can Be Used For Penetration: No
🏳️‍⚧️ Trans Owned: Yes
🧬 Real Feel™ Test: Stiff
👀 Discreet Shipping: Yes
⚡️ Energy: Durable, like your favorite pair of jeans.

Overview

Welcome to my review of the SP7 packer from Banana Prosthetics! As someone who’s packed with over 150 different prosthetics, I’ve got some thoughts to share. This packer caught my eye with its realistic aesthetics and solid durability—it’s made to last. However, while it looks great in pants, the feel might not be for everyone. It’s on the bulkier side, which could be a pro or a con depending on your preferences. Plus, kudos to the range of skin tones available—especially those true-to-life darker shades! Stay tuned for a detailed dive into its texture, maintenance tips, and shipping experience. Let’s unpack this packer!

The Great

  • Size – Smaller Packer
  • Packing – Looks great in underwear and pants.
  • Color – They have great skin-tone options
  • Price – Affordable

The Not-so-Great

  • Feel – Some people may find this packer to be a tad harder than they are used to.
  • Packing – Feels Bulky and Heavy

Unboxing

The SP7 comes in a branded bag like this from Banana Prosthetics.

Ever wondered about the shipping box? It’s a mystery, especially since this prosthetic is sold by various online retailers. Now, I’ve received my fair share from Banana Prosthetics, and being from Canada, they’ve gotta slap on a customs declaration form for USA or international shipments.

But fear not! In my experience, they keep it classy. No wild declarations like “big ol’ dick” to surprise your mail carrier. So rest assured, your package should arrive discreetly and safely.

Color

The SP7 comes in a whopping 7 different skin tones. And here’s a heads-up: their darkest shade is actually dark—none of that “medium brown” pretending to be dark here. Kudos to this company for nailing it with three genuinely deep shades!

If you’re on the fence about which color suits you best, they’ve got your back with a color sampler for just $4. It’s like a mini palette test drive—genius!

Size

Size-wise, the SP7 packer hits a sweet spot for many. It’s often applauded for its overall dimensions, striking a balance that appeals to a wide range of users. However, it leans towards the girthier side, which might not suit everyone’s preference for a more compact feel. While its size is generally well-received, the girthiness can be a factor to consider based on individual packing comfort.

Full Dimensions:
Length of Shaft (from top): 3.25” (3.2cm)
Length of Shaft (bottom): 3” (7.6cm)
Girth: 4.5” (11.4cm)
Height: 4.5” (11.4cm)
Width of Balls: 2.5” (6.3cm)
Weight: 7.8oz (221g)

Material and Feel

So, let’s talk about this packer. It’s not as squishy as some of the other silicone options on the market. This bad boy is made from one solid pour of silicone, which means the density is consistent throughout. In the little clip above, you can see it’s got some firmness to it—it’s definitely a bit of a workout to squeeze!

Now, it doesn’t quite feel like skin. It’s got this bumpy texture going on, but don’t worry, it’s not a bad thing! Think of it as a bit of character. This texture actually makes it feel super sturdy and durable. So, if you’re worried about your packer disintegrating within six months, fear not! This one’s built to last.

I’ve got to say, one major win for this packer is that the silicone never feels sticky or tacky. Seriously, not once have I had to bust out the cornstarch for this guy, and I’ve used it plenty of times. This is a pretty big deal because a lot of silicone packers end up feeling a bit sticky, and usually, a sprinkle of cornstarch is the go-to fix for that. But with this packer, there’s no need for that extra step—it’s smooth sailing all the way!

Packing

Alright, confession time: when I first laid eyes on this packer, I thought, “Nope, this isn’t gonna work for me.” It looked way too wide and thick, and I just couldn’t see how it would fit comfortably. And guess what? I was totally right 😂. It’s just so girthy and big—definitely not my style. I’m more into the small and super squishy packers, like the trusty Mr. Limpy. But hey, we all have our preferences, right?

Despite my initial doubts, I gave it a try. So here are some photos and clips of me packing with it. Spoiler alert: it’s still not my favorite, but at least now I can say I gave it a fair shot! Sometimes you have to kiss a few frogs to find your prince, or in this case, try a few packers to find the perfect fit. Enjoy the visual journey of my packing adventure with this big guy!

Okay, so here’s the deal: the bulge looks fantastic. I was genuinely surprised by how good it looked! But here’s the catch—it just doesn’t feel right for me. It’s like wearing a small boulder in my pants. It’s way too bulky and heavy, making me feel like I’m carrying around a pocket-sized dumbbell. So, while it scores high on the visual front, the comfort factor is seriously lacking for me.

Real Feel Test™

Visual Realism 3/5

Let’s talk realism! This packer looks impressively lifelike—clearly molded from the real deal (a penis lol). However, it’s missing those extra coloring details that really bring out the realism. It’s rocking the monochrome vibe throughout, which, let’s be honest, isn’t exactly the pinnacle of realism.

Touch Realism (Through Pants) 3/5

This packer has a bit of a firmness to it, like a mini semi-erect situation. You can feel the contours of the shaft and balls, which adds a nice touch of realism. However, it’s on the larger side, so it’s like carrying around a compact semi-erect tiny titan. It’s got the shape and detail, but maybe a tad too much girth for those who prefer a more subtle presence.

Touch Realism (Skin-Like) 2/5

This packer doesn’t quite mimic real skin—it’s missing that dual-density magic that gives a lifelike “move and glide” feel. It’s soft to the touch though, which is a big plus. No sticky situations here!

Cleaning and Care

Let’s talk maintenance! It’s super important to clean this product before and after each use. Thanks to its 100% silicone makeup, keeping it squeaky clean is a breeze. You can simply wash it with hot, soapy water or pop it in the dishwasher’s top rack for an easy cleanup.

Now, if you ever need to sterilize it, just boil it in water for 3-5 minutes. Because it’s silicone, boiling is totally safe and effective. No worries about melting or mishaps here!

Oh, and a little tip: if it ever feels a tad sticky after cleaning (though that’s rare), a light dusting of cornstarch or other rejuvenating powders will keep it silky smooth. Pro tip for darker skin tones: mix in a bit of cocoa powder with your cornstarch to match your shade—voila, problem solved!And please, avoid talcum powder like the plague (seriously, it’s been linked to some serious health issues). I’ve got a whole article on that if you’re curious about the dangers.

Storage

Stick with the original packaging or opt for a trusty natural canvas bag to store this product. Keep it cool, dry, and tucked away in a dark spot, like your favorite dresser drawer. Oh, and here’s a fun fact: storing it alongside other similar materials can lead to a bizarre morphing situation—trust me, not a fun surprise!

Sometimes, these products can get a bit oily, but fear not! A canvas bag works like a charm to soak up any moisture and keep things in top shape. Think of it as giving your packer its own little spa retreat—a canvas oasis away from the chaos of your closet.

Pro Tip: Before you tuck this packer away in its cozy little bag, give it a light dusting of cornstarch. Even though it’s not sticky or tacky, this little trick can help extend its life and keep it in tip-top shape. It’s like giving your packer a spa treatment! Trust me, it’s always a good practice to pamper your packer a bit.

Full Rating

Durability 5/5

This packer isn’t going anywhere! I’ve had it for months now, and there’s absolutely no sign of it ripping or falling apart. The dense silicone makes it incredibly durable, like it’s built to withstand the test of time. Honestly, I wouldn’t be surprised if this packer lasted over 10 years with everyday wear. That’s pretty rare in the world of packers! So, if you’re looking for something long-lasting and reliable, this one might just be your new best friend.

Packability 4/5

Good news, this packer is easy to use and looks great in your pants. However, the downside for me is that it feels a bit too wide and bulky.

Budget Friendly 4/5

$52 for a fully silicone packer? Hell yes!

Reel Feel Test 2/5

If you want to look down and see a great bulge, then yes! If you don’t like packing with a brick, then no 😂

Final Thoughts

Alright, I know this review is a bit all over the place, just like my thoughts on this packer! Let’s start with the good stuff: I’m totally into how this packer looks when it’s chilling in my pants. I’ve packed with over 150 different ones, and let me tell you, sometimes that bulge just doesn’t hit the mark. But with the SP7? It’s a winner in the looks department!

Here’s where it gets tricky: as much as I love how it looks, the feel isn’t quite there for me. It’s like having a fancy sports car that’s a bit too wide for my garage—it’s impressive, but not quite practical. The bulge is on point, but it’s a bit too wide and thick for my taste.

Now, if you’re someone who’s cool with a bit of weight in your pants while you pack, this could be your holy grail. Me? I like knowing it’s there without constantly feeling its presence. But hey, we’re all different! I know folks who crave a packer with substance that still looks sharp. If that’s you, congratulations—this might just be the packer of your dreams!

Watch my original YouTube review from 2024

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