The Fleshlight Freaks sleeves are the perfect choice for anyone who has ever fantasized about sex with a supernatural. The Drac is based on the idea of a sultry, seductive vampire, which has to be one of the sexiest of all fantasy creatures. Despite its unusual appearance, I was keen to give it a whirl.
Freaks Drac Fleshlight Review
Sleeve and Texture
Part of the unique appeal of the Freaks series of sleeves is their novel appearance and eye catching colors. The Drac is no exception: the black case contains a deep purple sleeve with an unusual bat wing, pussy orifice. Like the other Freaks sleeves, this is intended to add to the fantasy experience. Personally, I prefer to look at a ‘real’ pussy orifice, but who can say no to a vampire?
Inside the sleeve, you will find the ‘Blood Lust’ texture: a long spiraling rib, interspersed with small bumps, which runs the whole length of the sleeve. The rib, at 0.4” (10mm) wide and 0.2 inch (5 mm), is quite distinctive and spirals four times around the canal.
The walls between the ribbed sections are lined with 0.3” (7mm) bumps, making this sleeve a little more interesting than other spiral textures. The width of the inner canal does not vary much: it ranges from 0.5” to 0.6” (12-15mm) – tight, but not too tight.
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How the Drac Feels
Entering the canal is an interesting visual experience as the strangely shaped bat-wing vulva encloses your penis. Once inside the immediate sensation is of being ‘drawn in’ by the spiraling texture – a lovely feeling of being pulled in and enclosed snugly in the sleeve.
The sensation of being ‘milked’ starts as you push further into the sleeve and begin to move. If you have ever tried any of the spiral textures sleeves you will already have a good idea of what this is like. However, the Drac adds a little something extra with the small pointed stimulations created by the heads of the multiple bumps which also line the shaft. I found the bumps quite stimulating without being overpowering.
Fleshlight Freaks Drac Blood Lust Texture
Overall, it’s a great combination of textures, reasonably intense and very pleasurable. The uniform pattern means that the stimulation can be felt all along the length of the penis so it’s suitable for any length of penis.
The multiple bumps and ridge make cleaning the Drac a little fiddly; you will need to take a little time and run plenty of clean water through the sleeve to ensure that all residues is removed. Drying time is average – leave the sleeve out for several hours in a warm dry spot and check to see that it is completely dry inside before returning it to storage.
How I rate Fleshlights explained
The Drac is a great sleeve: stimulating without being too intense; gripping without being too tight; and simple but interesting. Personally, I did not find the purple bat orifice especially appealing. However, based on sensation alone, I would recommend this sleeve.
Love the Freaks Drac? Why not try one of the following?
Asa Akira Dragon: If you love the spiraling ridges of the Drac then you might also enjoy the Dragon. It has a similar spiraling ridge and regular bumps, with the added pleasure of tight and stimulating ribs.
Sex in a Can Succu Dry: Fans of vampires will be delighted to know that the Drac is not the only bloodsucking themed sleeve available. The Succu Dry is from the smaller and tighter Sex in a Can series of sleeves and features a vampire mouth orifice (complete with fangs) at the entrance to a tunnel of super-intense bumps.
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