1. 3D Mould a Willy

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      1. 3D Mould a Willy

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    1. Product Description

      Preserve a penis for posterity with this 3D Mould a Willy kit. All you need to make the perfect cock cast! Ideal for casual fling fun or a long-term lover memento. Buy a few to collect 'em, paint 'em or trade 'em with friends!

      Kit contains: impression gel, impression mix, mixing paddle, measuring cup, moulding pouch, wooden base and instructions.

      This penis moulding kit will make an impression for willies up to 9-inches in length. It is advised to purchase a second kit for men who are more endowed than this.

    1. Customer Reviews

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    1. My Review

      Reviewed: August 16, 2009 by shaguar, a Straight Single Male

      Got this product a couple of weeks ago, set it all up per instructions, apart from using a Jaffa Cake Minis tube instead of the fiddly pouch.

      Took some Viagra, put on some good porn, sat in my chair with a protein shaker filled with the impression gel mix to my left and another shaker with the water to my right.

      Got 100% erect stroking along with the porn, inserted into the Jaffa Cake tube fully, then poured the water into the impression gel-containing shaker. I had to stir together to add all the water but was very, very thick and not pourable at all... kept stirring but it was still too thick and began to set... either my 700ml shaker cup was too small or the directions were off. Either way I had failed to create the mould.

      If I was to try this again, I would test small cups first to find the ideal mixing of powder and water... maybe half a cup of each to start. Also, I would use a bigger mixing bottle like a huge Ribena drink and have a partner shake it up and mix it while I was hard, then pour it into the Jaffa Cake tube (filled with erect penis) for setting.

    2. Overall Rating
      9 out of 10 stars
      Very good value for money, lots of impression gel mix and dildo powder mix
      No tube, just a plastic pouch - buy some Pringles crisps tubes
      Bottom line
      Very good, but you need someone to mix for you
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    1. Fun, easy and cheap moulding kit

      Reviewed: March 5, 2015 by twotoned, a Straight Going Steady Male

      This moulding kit is cheap in comparison to the others available - you pays your money, you makes your choice...

      With this in mind it doesn't have any 'glam' about it. It's a large and cheaply designed box but it does contain more moulding materials than you really need.

      I didn't have any problems creating a beautiful cast of my member, this is what I did:

      I used a tall pint glass as my container and put the supplied bag inside, securing the top with a rubber band. Then I mixed up the green goo according to the supplied instructions, I mixed for exactly the time specified on the pack and quickly poured out the solution into my prepared glass, using a silicone spatula to stir and clean the bowl. I pulled the bag down the outside of the glass so that the level of the liquid was an appropriate depth from the top of the glass, slipped myself into the glass and then pulled the bag down the outside, causing the level of the liquid to rise.

      It's worth mentioning that when standing, an erect penis does not point down nicely, ready to dip into any glass, so you need to get yourself positioned appropriately beforehand if you are to successfully pull this off.

      I was able to work it out and focus my energy on getting as much blood into my penis as possible. Once the liquid started setting, I took the semi-solid glob out of the glass and sort of pulsated my cock until it set completely.

      Having mixed plaster in the past, it was easy to fill the mould and cast my replica member. The mould breaks up once you have let the plaster go off and the resulting cast is wonderful.

      Tips: Use a longer, thinner bag in the glass.

      The little wooden plaque supplied is useless and you get way more plaster than you really need. Mine was kept in a drawstring bag and still looks good, although what was a flared base has now crumbled rounded the edges

      It would be good if enough materials were supplied to have a 'trial run'.

    2. Overall Rating
      7 out of 10 stars
      Cheap, easy, fun and accurate casting kit.
      The packaging is awful, and the lack of additional materials for a trial run.
      Bottom line
      Almost a great product.
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    1. Cheap and rubbish

      Reviewed: October 3, 2011 by Naked_butler, a Straight Going Steady Male

      Having made a copy of myself a few times before, I thought this cheap and cheerful plaster moulding kit would be fun. Yet although the process is never easy this was a disaster.

      The powder did not mix properly at all and I ended up giving up, chucking it back in it's box and throwing it in the bin.

      If you want to make a mould then buy one of the more expensive kits. If you want to show it off on mantelpiece I recommend the glow in dark versions.

      I have used the wooden base for one of the moulds I made before.

    2. Overall Rating
      1 out of 10 stars
      Base has come in handy.
      It didn't work.
      Bottom line
      Buy a Clone A Willy instead.
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