Aside from the films they produce, Titan also has merchandise including a series of lubes in association with Pjur, which has been branded the Rolls Royce of lubes … at least at my place.
Hybrid is a thicker liquid than ones I’ve come to expect from Pjur (I thought it looked as thick as moisturiser). The bottle even states it “leaves your skin soft and smooth”, so I may have been on to something.
It’s a mix of water-based and silicone-based lubes, so while you’re getting the familiar feeling of standard lubes, you can enjoy that great slipperiness that comes with the silicone.
Rock Hard is another of their water-based lubes. It has a thinner consistency than Hybrid, and has the unique additive of ginkgo, which I thought only promoted memory enhancement.
Yet it’s also used for the improvement of blood flow and “promotes expansion”.
Blue is thinner again, and is most similar to the more well-known lubricants. But like the other Pjur ones, you don’t need much to get the party started. This one’s free of any fragrance, oil, fat, and is (yay!) stain-free.


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