Thought I'd give a different shape a go. I am a bassist that focuses on finger playing, but use plectrums for some more aggressive tracks. Have used small jazz picks and thought I'd give something larger a go.
Turns out I prefer these for guitar over bass (though thinner). They have a LOT of grip; I can't envisage dropping these ever, and their size feels it would be more forgiving of slips than smaller plectrums.
They're a little tricky to move around quickly when playing aggressively, which is why I will be sticking with my jazz picks on bass - but if you haven't tried these before I strongly advise giving them a go.
I use pick for a electic five String Bass. As a five String Bass has a very high tension a very thick pick is needed. The thickness of this pick is enough for a five string bass. I have big hands and need a big pick. This pick is bigger than the standard dunlop pick I used and fits my big hand perfectly. The only thing I not 100% satisfied is the grip of this pick as the surface is totally smooth. I use this pick now for 3 years and order those again and again. I am very happy with this pick and advice it to every bass player that has bigger hands and needs a solid pick.