1. ID Millennium Silicone Lube Pump Bottle 500ml

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      Guaranteed never sticky, ID Millennium Moisturising Lube is the highest quality pure silicone lubricant available. it never dries and never loses slip, even under water. Super-concentrated, clear, odourless formula is latex friendly.

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      1. ID Millennium Silicone Lube Pump Bottle 500ml

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    1. Product Description

      Guaranteed never sticky, ID Millennium Moisturising Lube is the highest quality pure silicone lubricant available. it never dries and never loses slip, even under water. Super-concentrated, clear, odourless formula is latex friendly.

      ID Millennium is also great for massage, leaving the skin feeling soft and silky.

      Washes off easily with soap and water.

      Not suitable for use with silicone toys.

      Bigger size for better value.

      Ingredients: Cyclomethicone, Dimethicone, Dimethiconol.

    1. Essential info

      • Bottle type: Squeeze
      • Condom safe: Yes
      • Veggie suitable: Yes
      • Contains aspartame: No
      • Contains paraben: No
    2. How it feels

      • Lubricant type: Silicone based
      • Lubricant function: Sex and sex toys
    3. What it costs

      • Volume: 455

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    ID Millennium Silicone Lube Pump Bottle 500ml 10 out of 10 10 out of 10 (2 reviews) Write your own review

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    1. Delicious on the skin, bliss inside

      Reviewed: October 25, 2012 by BullsPrincess, a Straight Married Female

      This is a product I originally discovered at a show and this size bottle lasted a full year. So it is absolutely long lasting and good value for money.

      Yes, the combination of lubrication and toys has to be carefully considered, but when I really want to have some smooth slippery fun this is great.

      The pump nozzle can be rather stiff in trying to turn it (ironic) but a few small pumps usually provides the long lasting slipperiness I look for.

      This lasts a long time but does have the downside when it comes to cleaning up later. Lots of soap and water are needed to get hand etc back to normal and safe.

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10
      How Did it Feel:
      10 out of 10
      How Did it Taste:
      0 out of 10
      How Long Did it Last:
      10 out of 10
      This stuff does exactly what it "says on the tin".
      Some small problems with the nozzle rotation and use.
      Bottom line
      Fantastic; long lasting; slippery; soft; warm.
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    1. Lube for life

      Reviewed: March 27, 2011 by BashfulBabe, a Straight Going Steady Female

      Silicone lubes used to strike me as more hassle than they were worth. After all, sticking to all water-based lubes relieved me of the effort of thinking what toys could be used with which lube. But, like many things in life, laziness often means you miss out on something special. Especially as I'm a fan of certain underwater activities, and less-so a fan of the horrible lube-washed-away friction, I'd grown more and more intrigued by this mystical potion that allowed for slippery fun even in the shower. The ID Glide Millennium version is fairly universally loved, going by reviews on other incarnations of it, so it seemed a safe bet for a quality experience.

      It's a big 'un!

      Seeing 455ml does not even come close to giving an idea of what a behemoth of a bottle this is. I realised this was going to last a while regardless of quality as soon as the postie hefted the weighty package at me with pained expression. Ok, slight hyperbole there, but it did shock me just how weighty it was. Definitely not one for the ol' handbag!

      Pump action lube-gun

      I am very sceptical of pump dispenser bottles, as the pool of tacky soap around my gloop-coated bottle of liquid soap on the kitchen window will attest. They just drip and leak and get all crusty and gooky... ugh. Still, part of the whole silicone lube deal is that it's not the same consistency as liquid soap (one would hope!). First thing to note is that it locks. I love this. The head of the pump swivels around so that it's tucked over the bottle and fits under the cap. To open it, just nudge it a half-turn clockwise and a mini-click will let you know it's good to go. It cannot unlock when the cap's in place, so even though it's really easy to unlock - I can do it one-handed when my hands are already lubey, just a nudge with the thumb and we're sorted, dead handy - there's a second block in place when it's being stored, as long as you keep the cap on. The pump itself is also very responsive, so I can easily 'pump' it with the heel of my hand, and the fingers curled under the opening to catch the lubey goodness. One-handed lube-acquiring is indeed high on my priority list, there's nothing I hate more than having to dump everything to wrestle with a bottle. Well, mushrooms are worse, but I tend not to use them in the bedroom, at least not that often. Anyway... The lube itself is quite watery in appearance, which means it comes out easily in a stream, rather than spurting clumps of slime-diarrhoea that stick to the pump, bottle, and anyone in a ten mile radius. Because it's so smooth, it does come out rather fast, and while the default amount for a single full pump isn't all that much - enough to just fill the pool of my palm with no overflow, and I have small hands - given this is not one of the lubes where you need half a gallon per square inch, it can often be a bit too much. Another of the reasons I dislike pump dispensers: the lack of control over how much is dispensed. Now, that said, once I'd played about with this for a while, I got the hang of half-pumping. It's a bit tricky, and you're still limited to taking a set amount, but it's not as bad as most, and given the default is a small enough volume, I can live with it in that respect.

      So, now that I'd got the lube out of the pump, what state was it left in: gloopy gunk-monster, or squeaky-clean pristine? Answer is quite simply somewhere in between, but closer to clean that I'd have expected. Simply by virtue of it being a silicone lube, once any gets on the bottle, you'll be hard pushed to get it off. A wipe with a tissue is not going to cut through the residue, and washing it with soapy water is more likely to wreck the bottle than fix it. It looks perfectly clean, which is good (a filthy bottle by the bed that looks like it has been sneezed on by a unicorn is a bit of a mood-killer). It's possible to clean the base of the bottle properly, but I've taken to just making sure I place a bit of cloth under it when it's in the cupboard to create a barrier between any slime and the paintwork. Not the biggest deal once you know about it. The main inconvenience there is that I have to be careful not only to not use it on my silicone toys, but also not to place any of them on a surface the lube bottle has been on in case they wind up resting in some killer residue. However, while there is a certain sliminess to the bottle after a couple of uses, there's no dry-snot crusting around the pump, and it doesn't appear to openly leak, so it's already miles ahead of the standard pump dispensers. The only leakage I've spotted was when, in a rush to leave for the weekend, I chucked the bottle onto the bed. After lying on its side for three days, there was a very oily stain on my sheets under it. But that appears to only be if it has been left lying on its side for a prolonged period. Since I've made the effort to keep it stored upright, I've seen no more leaks. If I need to pack it up to transport it, I'll wrap it in a (very large!) freezer bag just in case, or decant it into a more travel sized bottle. That said, decanting it is a bit of a pain, given how little comes out per pump (I know, I'm never happy, am I?), but then if you need that much it might be handier just securing the entire bottle and lugging it about. Or investing in one of the more travel-conducive sizes.

      Smooth science

      I'd mentioned it was a rather watery consistency. That's not entirely precise: it's closer to an oil. It did actually put me in mind of baby oil, very fluid and light, but with more of a viscosity than water. As soon as I'd received it, I pumped some on my hand just to see what kind of consistency it was. Having never really used a silicone lube before, and hearing folk talk about how it would be impossible to wash off, I was curious and just a little concerned. Rubbing it between my hands, it was a lot smoother even than baby oil, there was zero friction and it didn't feel at all greasy. Very pleasant. I ran out of hand-rubbing power before it showed any signs of reduced effectiveness, which is a pretty good sign. So, wrists aching, I headed for the sink to see if that "never get it off" warning held any water. I fumbled the taps on (tip: if you have stiff taps and two hands coated in lube, grab a towel or some tissue or something to get a grip on the tap, preferably before smearing lube all over the sink attempting it), and washed my hands in just water to see how it'd stand up to pure water. The water couldn't break through the oily barrier, I was left with beads of water on my hands and a solid barrier of lube standing firm. Impressed, I checked how the glide was still. Any of the loose liquid had been forced off by the water pressure from the tap, but even under violent watery conditions enough had remained to keep things slick and smooth, although there was now some slight friction, just not enough to be uncomfortable. Impressed, I picked up the soap and went for the full clean. A standard hand-wash later, and there was no residue whatsoever. Same went for my rather sad looking sink, an easy clean with the usual products and it was good as new. My skin did feel rather soft after it, but no greasiness, no discomfort, and no cursing the sky as I'm left lube-handed for all eternity. Don't believe the nay-sayers, this stuff is only as invulnerable as you need it to be and not a jot more! What's even more impressive is that I'm rather sensitive skinned, and tend to find the like of baby oil or even some oil-esque moisturisers leave me itchy, rashy, or with my skin seemingly flayed off. Not a single reaction to this stuff, even with its vaguely oil-like consistency. By the same token, while it did appear to stain my sheets exactly like an oil would, when I pulled them out of a (standard 40 degree) wash, there was no sign, it was completely broken down by the washing powder. I don't think I'll go spraying it all over my bedding, but it is good to know that any small spillages can be washed out of cotton at least without boiling. Not sure how well the likes of silk or other more delicate fabrics would fare, but for standard sheets, not staining post-wash is amazing. There's no discernible smell off it, and while tasting it isn't recommended - both because of the icky oily feel in your mouth and because I'm sure ingesting silicone is on the 'to be avoided' list - it doesn't have any real flavour.

      Lube, lube, everywhere...

      The major disadvantage of silicone lube is that it hates other silicone products, so it can't be used with certain toys. Depending on the contents of your toy drawer, that can range from a minor irk to a massive inconvenience. However, in an effort to try and use up this bottle before I die of old age, I've been experimenting with the various ways I CAN use it. With non-silicone toys or a more fleshy partner is a given, and the bath-slash-shower play is the most commonly touted reason for it, which makes sense considering its ability to withstand both submersion and high-pressure water-based assaults. I love my bath-time, and have found it makes a massive difference, and while a bath filled with bubbles and products does cause it to break down eventually, it withstands it long enough to do the trick, sometimes requiring reapplication if I'm taking my time about it. In a similar vein, I've found it amazing for use when douching, as not only does the single application last through the whole session - I'm used to having to reapply every time I refill the bulb - but, because it's liquidy rather than gel-like, there's no risk of having clumps of lube clog the nozzle, or get left behind to make you feel slimy inside. The only trouble I found with using it this way is that it was hard to unscrew the nozzle or reattach it, as it stayed slick, but much like the taps, grabbing a tissue to help get a grip on it solved the problem, and still couldn't wipe off enough of the lube to require another layer. I'd also heard tell of people using it as a shiner for latex, and while I don't really have any myself, I have used it to shine a pair of old shoes - being super careful not to get any anywhere near the soles, for obvious reasons! - and as a shaving oil, where it allows me to get a much closer shave than any of my usual products. It's so versatile, buying it in such bulk will not be a false economy.

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10
      How Did it Feel:
      10 out of 10
      How Did it Taste:
      2 out of 10
      How Long Did it Last:
      10 out of 10
      Massive size! Lasts forever, very subtle and easy to use, and so versatile!
      Not 100% leak-proof, doesn't like some toys, and no good for travel.
      Bottom line
      For sheer volume and quality, it's worth the price tag. Thumbs up!
    3. 6 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes