Dodil: bend me, shape me, anyway you want me

Posted: September 11, 2017

New Swedish brand Dodil (an anagram of dildo) has promised “a dildo revolution” in the form of its eponymous new product, which comes to the market after almost a year of development. Launched at Stockholm Pride 2017, the Dodil is a reshapable dildo with a core manufactured from bodysafe, non-toxic, medical grade thermoplastic, with a highly stretchy coating of high quality certified silicone.

Customising the Dodil is simple: it is placed within the steel thermos container that it is packaged in, and boiling water is added. This renders it pliable enough after 30 minutes to bend and shape it by hand to the desired permutation of length, width, curvature or texture.

The item retains the heat for 1-1.5 hours, making it ideal for those who enjoy temperature play, and it is also freezer safe. The Dodil must be used with oil-free lubricant (ie water-based and hybrid are fine) and can be stretched up to 50% of its original size.  According to the makers, sterilisation isn’t as much of an issue as it can be with other toys as is sanitised each time it is reshaped with the boiling water. The inner core is durable and can be remoulded repeatedly with no danger of it snapping, and it is 90% biodegradable.

The company is keen to promote its Swedish core values of “equality and diversity”, and professes to be dedicated to “a healthy and creative development of the world’s largest recreational hobby; masturbation.”

The company says of its goals and visions: “With passion for design and innovation and for the purpose of joy and inspiration; we bring new dimensions to intimate pleasure, always with the uttermost consideration for the user and nature. The Dodil technology is replacing many other solutions and will eventually lead to a conversion and disarmament of the global dildo armada, leading to increased user-friendliness and positive effects for nature.”

The Dodil comes with a 12 month warranty and is priced at €79, with free worldwide shipping for the launch. For more information, visit