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Spread Eagle Brew
Sex In A Can
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Brewed to have the same legendary feel of the original Fleshlight, Sex in a Can is the discreet way to enjoy male masturbation! Crack open a can of Spread Eagle Brew and enjoy the tight pink lady orifice and the tantalising mini vortex texture inside.

The discreet plastic beer can measures 7.75 inches tall and 2.8 inches wide, making it perfect for blending in with your other little luxuries.
Changing from just 0.25 inch wide to 0.75 inch wide, the mini vortex sleeve is tighter than a regular Fleshlight sleeve, making it perfect for those who like intense pleasure!

Case Dimensions: 7.75" x 2.80"
Sleeve Dimensions: 6.80" x 2.60"
Texture Overall Length: 5.4" (Starts: 1.25" from Orifice)
Texture Diameter: 0.25" to 0.75"

“Spread” Vagina

First Release around September 2009.

Average ratings and rank calculated from 2 user-ratings.

This texture has been discontinued.

There are 3 reviews of this texture, check out what people have to say:

Rayne's Review

Background: I bought this sex in a can as part of a three pack in addition to the succu-dry when ILF first brought back sex in a cans. Impressions: This texture is a bit subtle (partly due to the case, see below). You can feel the ribs pluck across your cock and the tight variations in canal diameter but the feelings the give are a little muted. Sex in a Can: The sex in a can line is a nice alte...

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Casquetero's Review

As I mentioned in the Vortex review, I almost discarded this Sex In A Can (SIAC) because I didn't like how it felt. The issue was the Vortex texture: It has a longer break-in period than any other texture, so the first 5 to 12 sessions won't feel as good as they should. After the number of sessions, I began to feel the texture and I'm glad I kept this SIAC... especially since ILF discontinued its...

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ThePowerHouse's Review

I am a big fan of the full-size Vortex, but for some reason this sleeve does not feel as good. My theory is that the ridges are spaced closer together and are harder to discern. The varying diameter chambers are much more prominent in this one compared to the full-size because you can pass through more of them on each stroke. Personally, this is my least favorite of the SIAC line. However, I still...

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