There are plenty of ways to store sex toys without using products specifically designed for that purpose. But there are a number of interesting design features on the products that are designed for organizing sex toys.
The Joyboxx has a removable tray which can serve as a "bedside coaster for your sex toys," as Babeland puts it. It's easy to clean; it can even be put in the dishwasher. It has a child-resistant locking rail, and it also comes with a small combination lock for added security from prying eyes, if that's something the user needs to worry about. There's also a USB charging hole.
For those who don't need to worry about snoops, there's a small non-locking compartment on the top which makes it easy to reach smaller items.
One drawback: With internal dimensions of 11.25 inches (length) by 5.5 inches (depth) and 3.5" (height) it's too small for some larger toys such as the Hitachi Magic Wand.
The MUA Box (also sold as the Moi Box Deluxe) was launched on Kickstarter by a woman who had "an embarrassing encounter with a professional organizer who discovered her sex toys." (But many organizers, including hers, have certainly come across more than one clients' sex toys—to us, it's just one more thing to organize.)
The case has mesh pockets and elastic straps to keep things in place, and it won't be ruined by lubricant or oil spills. The case in turn fits into the simple, elegant wooden box. Larger toys can be placed in the bottom of the box, below the case. The box comes with a four-letter combination lock. There's a slot in the back for charging cables.
But at 9.8 inches long, 6.7 inches wide and 5.7 inches tall, it's only going to accommodate smaller toys.
The Tunti Illuminating Boudoir Box is no longer available, but it has a couple interesting features. The dividers in the bottom (except for the one that goes across the center) can all be moved so they fit the end user's specific toys. And it lights up when the box is opened, so it's easy to find the toys in a dark room. (Any end users who don't want the LED lights can just remove the batteries.)
ToiBocks (also no longer available) was designed to disguise the box's true purpose. The top section makes it appear to be a simple jewelry box, but the section below is only accessible through a hidden locking mechanism that opens with a magnet. Owners say it's next to impossible to figure out how to open it without reading the instructions.
ToiTissue, from the same company, has a hidden storage drawer. There's no lock on this product, but the drawer is very hard to detect, so that may not be an issue. End users will need to be sure to buy the right sized tissue boxes; ToiTissue only holds long slim boxes. It's lined with velvet, so end users would need to be careful not to spill anything; this isn't going to be easy to clean. And, of course, since it's rather small it will only hold smaller toys.
Sex toys can also be stored in bags rather than boxes; this is especially helpful for end users who want to take them outside the home. Liberator makes the no-handle Tallulah toy case (13 inches by 7 inches by x 7inches) and the handled Tristan toy bag (14 inches by 6.5 inches by 6 inches); the company specifically notes that a Hitachi Magic Wand will fit in the Tristan.
The Tallulah bag has a keyed lock; the Tristan has a double zipper on the bags will accommodate a lock, but no lock is included with the purchase. The bags are lined with water-resistant nylon, so there's some protection from spills. The Talulah is just one big compartment; that makes it easy to fit things, but harder to find smaller items. The Tristan has an inside pocket.
What makes these bags different from other bags/luggage pieces not specifically designed for sex toys—besides the lining, the appropriate sizing (not always easy to find) and an appearance that wouldn't be out of place in a bedroom? Well, the handle on the Tristan can be removed to serve as a cuff link to attach two wrist cuffs.
For larger storage, there's the Pleasure Purse, which is made from bonded leather; owners rave about how much they can fit in this bag. There are four inner pockets and three outer pockets. Somewhat surprisingly, there's a non-removable satin lining, so end users will need to be careful to avoid spills.
Sadly, it comes with a cutesy heart-shaped lock, which makes it somewhat less discreet than it otherwise might have been. And some end users would prefer a combination lock, since little keys can get misplaced.
For Your Nymphomation has gone out of business, but it used to provide a large adult toychest (12 inches wide, 30 inches high and 3.5 inches deep) which could fit under many beds. The company also had a rolling trunk—a smart idea for a large case which can get quite heavy.
Some end users like this type of design, with a lot of pouches to keep things separated and easy to find; others find that too fiddly and would prefer a more open design, like one of the bags listed earlier.
The Sneaky Sack from Holistic Wisdom provides yet another way to hide the sex toys. The interior is made with SOFlux—a waterproof, cleanable fabric commonly used in hospitals. There are front and back pockets as well as the main compartment.
Hanging the toys in a closet is less convenient than having them in a box or bag that can live closer to the bed, but the Sneaky Sack provides another hidden option for those who feel they need that—and it could work well for travel, too.
Many people just store the sex toys in a nightstand, so it was interesting to find a company that promotes its nightstands for just that purpose. Blu Dot says this about its Modu-licious Bedside Table: "Fits ten T-9 ball gags, a box of tissues, and six issues of Arch Digest." This isn't the tiny drawer so many nightstands have, where there's not much room for the toys.
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