Doc Johnson Heavy Packer
Doc Johnson Heavy Packer
These days, it seems like everyone and their mother makes a packer. Well, now that I think about it, it would be really cool if my mom made packers. Anyhow, this lovely packer from the folks at Doc Johnson is soft-and-squishy in a Mr Limpy kinda way and it comes in a couple of colours. It isn't too huge, but definitely makes an impression. Works in all of yer usual packing straps.
Specifications for Doc Johnson Heavy Packer
- Hardness & Density:
- Made of Elastomer
- Made in USA
- Dimensions: 5.5"
- Weight: 174g
- Phthalate-free: Yes
- Latex-free: Yes
It’s my first packer and I think I really owned the whole “go big or go home” thing here lol. It’s really great, affirming for sure. I haven’t figured out if I want to leave THAT big of an impression when I’m out of the house with it yet, but I love wearing it around the house.
Unfortunately the packing jock strap i bought with it was too wide at the ring, but when I tried wrapping a sock around the base I made the mistake of using a rubber band that cut through the packer. I noticed way too late as it was hanging by a thread 😞. I should have bought a ring adapter or something. Just wanted to let people know when combining packing straps.
Very healthy but I loved it so much! I was getting dysphoric about my small mr Limpy for some reason and this helped with my size dysphoria for sure!
Company is great and shipment arrived quickly. The Doc Johnson is a really nice looking and feeling dick with some realistic veins and head.
I knew it would be bigger than my old one, but it is really hefty. I haven't worn it out alot, still trying to figure out how/where I want to as it feels too big for my old Aslan strap and fits differently in underwear. Might suggest a joey pouch?
Highly recommend for a noticeable bulge and can't go wrong with that price. Happy with this purchase. Enjoy!
I love to use this hefty packer around the house since it makes me less conscious when using a smaller packer outside. Anyway, when are we gonna get an upper lip? All these no-lip packers keep spilling from the top and it’s annoying.
I bought this particular packer as it’d be closer to a length I could get with Phalloplasty. I wanted to get used to wearing clothes with a phallus that was on the larger side while flaccid. Unfortunately, though, this packer is a bit larger than advertised. Other than that, there are no issues and the product is well-made.
Really pleased with this guy! It did what I wanted it to do which was leave a distinct bulge that could be seen through some shorts! It was a bit weighted in terms of being able to comfortably pack with it on a daily basis versus for fun intimate moments.
Soft to touch, one colour toned and has some nice simple detailing that it looks a bit realistic. The material itself like most packers I wouldn't say is durable but it works well for occasional use. I really enjoy it for the effect and it's heftiness!
I got the smaller size first and then went up to the heavy when I replaced the small one. Unfortunately the larger one has now done the same thing my last one did, I think it's just the way DJ makes their packers. It appears there is a "base" that runs along the back and is connected into the shaft. The base begins to separate by peeling gently along the rim of the balls and then gets worse until the plastic is barely hanging on. Essentially, this and the smaller packer is 2 pieces molded together (the back, interior of balls, interior of shaft), which might come apart from each other. Its not that the balls themself entirely come off, it's that there's a front and back to the packer. To be honest, they are not kidding about how "heavy" this one is. When the back separated it made it much lighter and also kinda doubles as a stroker since it has a suction-y hole where the interior of the shaft used to be. Before they both broke, I did clean and powder them but I didn't use a strap or anything, just was putting them in the pouch of boxer briefs which worked fine and was snug. I think the way it folds down maybe aggravated the seam and caused it to come apart. So probably if you use a harness it might help. The employees were very helpful though and let me replace the first one. The new one I don't mind that the back came off, since it's lighter now. Just letting you know if you get this there's a non zero chance it will split in two. Other positives, this thing swings around and is very squishy so you have a lot of maneuverability with it.