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Clone a Willy Review


Have you ever met a guy who’s penis was just PERFECT and you said to yourself, “God, if I could have this penis forever without the guy attached – I would totally take it. I literally wish I could just make a mold of his penis to have forever.” – well, now you can! Meet the Clone-a-Willy – the molding kit that makes an exact replica sex toy of your partner’s favorite plaything. The molding kit works surprisingly well, and gives you a super-realistic replica of your junk. My hookup has been non-stop excited about seeing his more prized part forever molded into my toy. But, overall, the whole process of making it was pretty un-sexy… and I’m not sure that I’ll be using the dildo as much as I initially anticipated. It’s a fabulous novelty, and definitely wonderful if you want to make a long-term mold of your partner’s member – but it’s definitely not foreplay, or the toy you’ll be reaching for during all your play sessions.


Name: Clone a Willy Kit
Type: VibratorsDildosRealistic Dildos
By: Empire Labs

Hearts: 4 Hearts
Quality: 4 Stars
Naughtiness: 3 Devils

Material: Rubber
Special Features: DIY

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Included in the Kit

The kit comes with (nearly) everything you’ll need to make your boner doner’s penis turn to sex toy. It comes with molding powder, a stir stick, a thermometer (to ensure your water is the right temp for molding), a plastic vibrator (if you’d like to put it inside the dildo), clear silicone called the Silicone Rubber Base, and skin toned silicone called the Silicone Rubber Catalyst, which you can get in three different flesh tones depending on your preference – or fun colors like neon and glow in the dark. I have the light tone.

Initially, I had “silicone” in quotes… because I was hesitant in describing the Clone a Willy mix as 100% pure silicone. It does contain silicone, but it has “rubber” in the name, which can cause quite a bit of confusion. Usually, while silicone is 100% body-safe and non-porous, rubber may be porous (which means it can harbor bacteria) – and can be toxic. However, after chatting with the sexperts at Empire Labs – they confirmed that the silicone resin in the kit “is completely body safe and even ACMI certified. It is phthalate free, non porous, and when mixed, is a completely stable molecule that will not degrade, deform, or leach chemicals.” YES!

Their sexperts went on,

Silicone Rubber is a common lay-term for various polymeric organosilicon compounds (containing elemental silicon). The resin in our kits is actually a polydimethylsiloxane. The term silicone itself is actually a misnomer. The suffix ‘one’ is used by chemists to denote a substance with a double-bonded atom of oxygen in its backbone. When first discovered, silicone was erroneously believed to have oxygen atoms bonded in this way. In fact, silicone is an inorganic polymer (contains many bonds), and the technically correct term for the various silicone rubbers is polysiloxanes or polydimethylsiloxanes.

I’m no scientist, but I can safely assume this means that their expert team has some pretty smart scientists on board, so I trust it.

Additionally, there is no ‘rubber’ in in our kit. ‘Rubber’ is actually a polymer that’s harvested from trees in the form of latex. Latex is prone to degradation and deformation. Our material is latex-free.



Like anything else you put in your vagina or ass, definitely be aware of what your body is telling you – and stop using it if you feel any irritation. Personally, I haven’t experienced any issues with the dildo I made. Like any other toy, I’ll definitely be sure to clean it thoroughly, store it properly, and clean before use.

To make your willy, you’ll also need a Sharpie or pen, a pair of scissors, some mixing bowls, a disposable mixing bowl, a measuring cup, water, cardboard, a timer or stopwatch, and of course, your boner donor!

For the record, you can also get similar cloning kits from empire labs – like the “Make Your Own Dildo” kit, which would allow you to clone the balls! You can also clone your labia if you’re so inclined.

How to Clone Your Willy

This is a DIY that will take quite a bit of patience. It’s definitely better with a partner… because I can’t imagine one guy doing this all by himself and still keeping his boner alive. Before you begin, gather all your ingredients and tools Pet down newspaper, because shit’s about to get messy – and DEFINITELY do it over hard surface like hardwood or tile, not carpet. Have everything open, ready, and prepared.

Making the mold is the most complicated part. You can buy more molding powder separately – which is great for beginners if you make a mistake. It look us 3 tries to get it even close to right.

How to make the mold

  1. Get a boner.
  2. Align said boner up against plastic tube (not inside the tube) – with the closed end against the pubic bone. Measure where the boner ends, and draw a line there.
  3. Cut the tube at the line. Although this isn’t written in the directions – you can easily make your cloned willy have a flared base. If you want to add a flared base, save the portion of the tube that you cut off. You’ll re-attach it later.
  4. Measure out warm water. The directions will tell you how much water and the temperature it should be. The kit comes with a thermometer to help you.
  5. Start a timer. You have only 2 minutes to put the boner into the molding mix once you start the next step. Make sure that boner is ready to go!
  6. Mix the molding powder in the water for 60 seconds. It will be lumpy.
  7. Pour the mixture into the cut molding tube. Use as much of the molding mixture as possible. Scrape it out with the included spoon.
  8. At this point, you should be at the 1.5 minute mark. INSERT THE BONER! It can be done while standing. The key is to do this QUICKLY and keep the tube in line with the boner, even if that means that the tube is basically upside down. To prevent it all from falling out, put the opening of the tube as close to your body as possible to prevent dripping. I can’t emphasize FAST enough.
  9. Hold the boner for 2 minutes. You can use a cock ring, porn, strip tease, or some twerking to keep it going. It’s okay if you don’t have a boner for the full 2 minutes you’re in there – as long as you have a good boner going initially to start the mold.
  10. Gently remove the boner / non-boner. Make sure that the mold is solidified before removing the boner entirely.

How to make the dildo

This part is super easy!

  1.  After letting the mold sit for a minimum of 4 hours (I let mine sit for 24 hours) – mix the white rubber and the skin tone rubber together. Stir thoroughly.
  2. Pour into mold.
  3. Let sit for 24 hours.
  4. Remove penis clone!


The Experience

3 bags of mold and a few fights later, we came out with a cloned penis. We were actually expecting the entire process to be kind of fun, sexy, and humorous – but in reality, it was a total pain in the ass. If you’re thinking it’s going to be fun, sexy foreplay – it’s not. It’s really time-sensitive, quick, mechanical, and detail-oriented. There’s a lot of wait time, a lot of boners getting hard and then soft again, and a lot of “PUT YOUR PENIS IN RIGHT NOW! FASTER! SHIT! IT’S ALL OVER THE FLOOR! HOLD IT UP! FUCK! WE FUCKED UP THE MOLD! YOU KNOW WHAT, I DON’T EVEN WANT A CLONE OF YOUR PENIS ANYMORE YOU IDIOT!”

  This is what a bad mold looks like.

It was hard to multitask temperature, timing, mess, clean-up, and the quickness and urgency of the process in general – all while maintaining a boner. It was much more technical than we were expecting. It’s not romantic or intimate at all. It feels like a business endeavor. You gotta get it done, and you gotta do what you gotta do TO get it done. We argued about how long to hold the penis in there, what angle to do it, how to make sure it wouldn’t fall out, what to do if the penis hit the side of the container, what to do when it all fell apart and didn’t hold right, about cleaning up the mess – and then I had a melt down about getting yelled at about the mold whilst giving a blow job. Yeah, it was a bit of a mess.

Top pic of the bad mold.

It was really stressful, and borderline impossible, to keep my partner’s penis happy while we made sure to keep the temperature right, get everything mixed, and GET YOUR PEEN IN THERE RIGHT NOW BEFORE IT DRIES UP! We felt like we were in an old school dildo factory where no one knew how to properly create penis casts, and just experimented on each other poorly (not in the fun way).

The bad mold falling apart.

Now that we’re “experts” – I would probably do it again with another penis. I’d also like to try it with the balls, and a flaccid penis just for fun. I just would be more realistic next time. I would know that it’s not supposed to be a fun time where we’re all rubbing nipples and twerking and giggling as we make a mold. We’re gonna be messy & dirty & move quickly, as if our penis depended on it (because it does).

What a good mold looks like.

The Final Product

The final cloned dildo is nearly an EXACT REPLICA of my man’s boner. The head is perfectly pronounced. The foreskin has all the right wrinkles. The underside of the head is exact. The shaft perfectly shows all the veins. It’s definitely much more detailed and realistic than I was expecting. It’s nearly perfect! But, there are a few nit-picky issues that I have with how it turned out.

The dildo overall was about a half inch shorter than it should have been. Quite a bit of mold fell out of the tube while we were making it, and we didn’t have enough silicone mixture to fill the rest of the tube, so it came out about a half inch short. The sexperts at Empire noted that this is due to us deciding not to use the vibrator (which would push more of the mixture up and create a fuller effect). It’s not a HUGE deal, but definitely worth mentioning. I’m sure with more practice, we could have gotten the full effect. Because of our molding gel leaking out, we also have part of the dildo that is shaped more like his pubic skin than his actual penis.

There’s tons of bumps and little holes around the bottom portion of the shaft, that don’t exist on my man in real life. We suspect that this is due to little bubbles that got in – either into the molding or to the silicone. In fact, there are visible bubbles throughout the dildo, and especially on the base, so it would be no surprise if some of the bumps and holes are exterior bubbles. Not sure how we could have fixed that.

I also opted against using the vibrator portion. The vibrator is long, plastic, and overall just wasn’t powerful enough for me. I knew that the vibrations would get a bit lost in the dildo, and that I would enjoy the dildo solo much more than I would enjoy it as a vibrator, so I didn’t include it at all. It also seemed like it would take up quite a bit of room in the clone – and we didn’t want to make the mistake of having it push out of the side (which I’ve seen in other reviews). Even though the clone is pretty hard (maybe a bit too hard for my taste) – it is a bit bendy and pliable, and I also didn’t want to make it entirely rigid by adding in a dildo.

Pros & Cons


  • I have an exact replica of my man’s penis
  • Very novel and unique


  • Not a fun experience. Not sexy. Not great to do with a partner
  • Took many tries to get it right
  • A bit bumpy, lumpy, short, and inaccurate
  • Silicone is a bit hard


The Clone-a-Willy kit is really well-designed, and everything included is fabulous. The directions perfectly put, very helpful, and make a perfect mold when done correctly. All of the above issues about my experience are simply a matter of learning curve. Making a penis clone is surprisingly kinda hard. There’s a time limit – which builds performance anxiety. And, there may be some communication issues if you and your partner aren’t on the same page. Definitely make sure to talk about the steps thoroughly together before you do them – and you may even want to practice the motions first without actually making the molding mixture. I’d definitely recommend getting an extra mold or two so that you can learn without the pressure before making a final product. Yet, despite the communication and performance issues we faced – it’s been really fun to have a real-life replica of my favorite penis of the moment. It’s erotic to play with… tease with… and will definitely be fun for some DP.

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