The Sam StP is a peeing and packing device meant to relieve both your bowels and the occasional pang of public bathroom anxiety. As a firm believer in practice making perfect, the Sam StP is for any FtM happy to experiment for the girth. It’s thoughtfully made to fit the bill—and your pants!
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For those wading in the earlier phases of transitioning, picking out an StP device has much to do with safety and functionality. You might start with something homemade, or research safe materials and suitable undergarments. But once an expert (such as myself—or we can call it “self-proclaimed”), dabbling in a stand to pee device that looks good becomes far more exciting.
As a previous victim to the wrath of body dysphoria, window shopping for the perfect products put gender affirmation first. Sure, I’ll tell you otherwise when I’m waiting in line for an open stall after the disaster that is workday traffic (yes, I too just want to pee!) but practicality aside, I was always on the hunt for a gorgeous shaft and pair of balls that gave me a sweet hint of bulge. Then I met Sam, a delectable StP that the New York Toy Collective had used to holler my name.
When you get the hang of leaks and wear that fits perfectly, the Sam StP becomes your best friend. It does get tricky but is totally worth it. Here’s my no-holds-barred review on this delicious StP!
What’s in the Box?
The Sam StP is a 2-year project developed by the New York Toy Collective, a shop at which I am a regular customer. It goes for a pretty steep price at $75.00, but arrives at your doorstep in a nondescript package. The prosthetic is packed inside a Ziploc bag with a care guide. Sam is 5 inches long from the balls to the urethra, and has a generous girth of 1.5 inches around the shaft. Wouldn’t call it too realistic, but I’m not bothered. Alone, it’s a 2-in-1 product. Add an insert to your cart and it’s a 3-in-1. It’s also compatible with a harness.
I’m an indulgent little thing, so, along with my Sam, ordered a harness and insert to try it on with. Upon first glance, Sam is short and compact. Looks like the New York Toy Collective has gotten more inclusive! That being said, he’s a thick one, and suits my smaller build. Sam comes in four colors: cashew, caramel, hazelnut, and chocolate. It may seem limited, and color-matching can be tricky, so here’s a tip: go a shade darker than your skin tone. Anyway, skin and screens don’t always match up. Of the four, caramel seems to be the perfect mid-tone.
I picked out a color cashew Sam, which fit my skin tone to a T. As with any high quality StP, this one is handmade, which gives it a natural and unique look. Much like a fingerprint, I suppose. Only it’s a penis.
Peeing With Sam
Now, I love a great look, but I, too, am all about that functionality. I’ve given many a stand to pee device a dry run and backflow is a nightmare. (So I guess we’re talking a wet run.) The cup isn’t deep, which means any risk of pooling is relatively low. The wide shaft is also a plus. Pinch the tip and you’ve got a good flow. Not much need for adjusting and there isn’t any overflow.
One thing I’ll say, though, is that this StP is probably not for beginners, nor is it for those with a larger build. Its material is hard, or at least pretty firm, which might be tricky for those used to a softer silicone StP. It’s comparable to peeing in a cup, so it may take a few tries to get positioned right. I’d recommend practicing in the shower, or to purchase a seal, if you’re a first-timer.
Cleaning is fairly simple—you won’t need anything fancy. I like to carry around a pack of alcohol-free baby wipes when I’m on the run. At home, mild soap and water will do, although you have the option of boiling it to sterilize. I’ve given Sam enough baths to notice that its color doesn’t really fade, so my cashew stays cashew the way your caramel will probably stay caramel.
Packing Your Bulge
I’ll jump right into it: the smaller you are in stature, the greater the chances of Sam making it seem like you’re walking around with a perpetual boner. (The New York Toy Collective knows what’s up!) Personally, I love me a little bulk. Share me a link to a big one and it’s an (almost) instant add to cart moment for this eager customer. But if you’re new to the realm of the renowned StP, keep in mind that unlike real, shrinkable penises, prosthetic ones stay the same shape and size regardless of how you wear them.
I most enjoy using my StP with regular briefs and a strap. I wouldn’t go too tight, and it’s definitely not usable at the gym. Great for looser underwear, if you’re into a more subtle bulge. Still, I’d stick to regular.
Packing it for the first time is a hit-or-miss. Finding out what works for you (as I’ve done with most StP devices) might be a better option than how-tos. You eventually get a feel of wearing various bottoms along with it. It was easier to use with the strap, so you might want to add one into your final cart if you’re doubling this as a packer.
Now for the down-and-dirty review. If you’re chocking up $75.00 on an StP the New York Toy Collective spent 2 years developing, you’ll bet it pairs up with compatible items you probably should add to your cart. Most StPs work with a generic insert—this one’s got a rod designed to fit perfectly into its shaft.
It’s made entirely of silicone, which makes for incredible control and amazing sex. If you’re on a budget and teetering between add-ons, the insert should definitely your add to cart item. Inserting the rod is easy and—hear me out on this—makes blowjobs feel incredible (and makes you want to share the love).
Nothing much else to share about it in this department… aside from my mattress.
On the whole (and hole), I’m satisfied with this StP. And yes, not to worry—I’ve crafted a TLDR for you:
+ Easy to pee with, hardly any to no leakage
+ An excellent choice for smaller men
+ Great bulge!
— Takes a lot of adjusting
— Pretty pricey
Once again, kudos to the New York Toy Collective! You have me as a return customer. Maybe I’ll spice things up, partner up my Sam in color cashew with a more exotic caramel!