Ive got both of them. I reviewed the die cast for Lovehoney, and also talked about how it compares to the original doxy on my blog, with a short video to try and visualise the differences. The details are in my bio if you want to look at the.
The diecast is a stunning piece of kit. If you need aesthetics and you want something that looks the part, you won't go wrong with it. I do love it, but if I had to choose just one, it would be the original!
The diecast is very heavy, the head is double weighted, and you can really feel that, which can be uncomfortable for tissue massage. I prefer the slight squish of the original's head.It's deep and rumbly, but not quite as deep as the original. The vibrations oddly stay more in one place near the surface, whereas with the original, they penetrate you deeply and get to places nothing else does.
The diecast is obviously cold in the hand when you start to use it too, and can get very slippy when lube is involved!
Foxxy thanks so much for this! I tracked down your review on your website too (great website btw), and it's really helped!
As long as my toys feel quality, I'm really not too fussed about that more serious BDSM look (if anything... the pink kinda appeals to me with the original).
I think the deal breaker for me is the head by the sounds of things. I sometimes find with my Lelo, which has a hard silicon head, that after a long play session, I can acutally feel a tad bruised around that area, so the squisher head on the original wand sounds tempting to me!