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Blush Novelties Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator Review

Earlier this year, I reviewed the Blush Novelties Luxe Rabbit II Vibrator and did not have many positive things to say about it. As I really did not enjoy my experience with the Luxe Rabbit II, when Blush Novelties contacted me again to ask if I would be interested in reviewing something else for them, I hesitated. I’m almost always willing to give someone a second chance, so I decided to take a look at what they were offering and discovered the Blush Novelties Serendipity product line. I thought it looked significantly better than the Luxe line and selected the Blush Novelties Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator for review.

Blush Novelties Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator

Being a huge fan of clit vibrators, I figured the Blush Novelties Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator might be interesting. I like my sex toys whimsical and colorful, though pink is definitely not my favorite color. At least the pink of the Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator is a hot Barbie pink instead of a pale bubblegum ice cream pink. Seriously though, sex toy manufacturers, women will still buy sex toys even if they’re not pink. I promise.

The Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator is larger than many of my other clit vibrators. At 6.15″ in length, it is quite a bit longer than my hand. The size reminds me of the SinFive Sue Clit Vibrator, which can even be used for partial insertion. However, the BunnyBliss is not meant to be inserted. Well, I suppose you could pop an inch or two inside yourself, but as with the SinFive Sue, I fail to see the benefit. Not that I want to talk you out of trying anything you think might work for you.

The top half of the Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator is made of, and I quote, “pure silicone“. I expect this statement is meant to make clear that this vibrator does not use a silicone blend, as some products do. The silvery material is plastic, while the black control panel feels like the same silicone used on the rest of the vibrator. This silicone is extremely smooth and silky. Not only does it have very little drag against my skin, it really does not collect lint and dust like many silicone products do.

The fact that this vibrator is waterproof makes cleaning super easy. As long as you’ve made sure the charging port on the bottom of the BunnyBliss is securely covered, you can wash it with warm water and soap or your favorite sex toy cleaner. You can also use a 10% bleach solution on the silicone portion of the vibrator to disinfect it. Be sure to thoroughly remove all the bleach before using the BunnyBliss again.

Due to the lack of drag produced by the silicone of the Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator, I don’t need to glob it up with a ton of lube. For me, a small dab of water-based lubricant, in addition to my natural body fluids, is sufficient. You can obviously use more than I do if you need it or just like things super slick and slippery.

When I use too much lube, I tend to get it all over the place, including the control panel and end up having trouble controlling the vibrator. Therefore, as a general rule of thumb, I start with a small amount, increasing as necessary. You’ll want to stay away from silicone-based lubes with the BunnyBliss, as it can react negatively with the silicone of the vibrator.

Blush Serendipity BunnyBliss, Size

Blush Serendipity BunnyBliss, Side View

Blush Serendipity BunnyBliss, Ears

I’m not sure if you noticed, but just two paragraphs above, I mentioned a charging port. This is because the Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator is rechargeable. It can be charged via USB or AC power and comes with a charging cable for both, which I greatly appreciate. Recently, I have discovered some manufacturers only include USB charging cables, and while I am all for charging my vibrators via USB, I like to have the AC option as well. Sometimes it’s just not convenient or presentable to have sex toys dangling from my computer. The charging port is in the very bottom of the BunnyBliss, covered by a small silicone plug.

The Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator requires approximately 1.5 hours to fully charge the first time, and should be charged before its first use. Mine came with some charge, but I wasn’t sure how much, so I threw it on the charger anyway. Subsequent charging time should only be about an hour, and a full charge is expected to provide approximately 1-1.5 hours of play time.

Blush Novelties advises fully draining the battery before charging it up again, and doing this consistently. I think this is the first time I have seen this recommended by a sex toy manufacturer. Usually, they say you can charge the vibrator at any point, and you don’t have to charge it fully each time.

The control panel on the Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator is on the front bottom third of the BunnyBliss’ body, in the middle of the silvery plastic. It consists of two buttons, the Power button and the Mode button, each clearly marked. As one might expect, the dedicated Power button turns the vibrator on and off. The directions state you must press and hold it for two seconds for either function, but I find that unnecessary. My BunnyBliss immediately turns off and on as soon as I press the Power Button.

The Mode button allows you to cycle through the 10 different vibration modes. Unfortunately, as there is only one Mode button, there is no way to back up if you happen to miss the mode you want. You have to scroll through each mode all over again until you get back to it. The 10 modes are as follows:
1. Low steady vibration
2. Medium steady vibration
3. High steady vibration
4. Medium pulse
5. Slow pulse
6. Long, slow pulse
7. One long pulse, four short
8. Fast pulse
9. Long, medium pulse
10. Roller coaster

While I generally like the availability of different vibration modes, I find the order of these a bit haphazard. The Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator does not have a memory chip, so every time you turn it on, it will start on mode #1. Behind the control panel is a bright blue LED that lights up when the BunnyBliss is turned on.

Blush Serendipity BunnyBliss, Charging Port

Blush Serendipity BunnyBliss, Charging Cable

Blush Serendipity BunnyBliss, AC Charger

The vibrations of the Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator are far more shallow than I like. The stronger the intensity, the higher-pitched the vibrations get. The vibrator even gives off a high-pitched whine on mode #3. This makes the vibrations much louder than I was expecting from a clit vibrator of this size. As the BunnyBliss is an external vibrator, there really is nothing to dampen the sound of the vibrations. The fact that these vibrations are so shallow means I end up with buzzy hand syndrome by the time I’m done playing, and that never makes me happy.

When it comes to use, the Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator was disappointing. Granted, after checking out the buzziness of the vibrations, I didn’t have high hopes. The small, leftover amount of hope I did have, was immediately dashed as soon as I felt the high-pitched horror on my clit. I couldn’t orgasm. I tried on the lowest, least buzzy setting. Didn’t work. I kept increasing the strength of the vibrations, which of course, only increased the buzziness. I tried the different patterns, but no luck.

The longer I tried, the more frustrated I became and the more uncomfortable my clit got. About the time my hand started to hurt from the ongoing buzzing sensation, I gave up. There is only so far I’m willing to go. I did want to eventually be able to use my hand at some point later in the day.

I have to say, I really like the ear part of the Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator, though I feel like the nose is a bit superfluous. The bunny ears do effectively surround my clit, and if the vibrations were deep and throbby, that could have possibly been great. I also find the control panel easy to use. The buttons are large enough and far enough apart, that I don’t turn the vibrator off accidentally, like I constantly do with the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators.

There is a light seam around the outside of the Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator that is visible to the eye but really cannot be felt by touch. It fits comfortably in my hand during use and is not too terribly heavy, which is good when my hands are in pain.

I’m not sure how sturdy the silicone is though. When I pull the bunny ears to the side and the pink silicone is stretched, it turns white. I’m not certain how thick it is in those areas and whether or not it will hold up over time if you push and pull at the ears a lot. It ultimately doesn’t matter. The lack of orgasm obviously kills this toy for me.

The packaging of the Blush Novelties Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator is so much nicer than that of the Blush Novelties Luxe Rabbit II. The BunnyBliss comes in a very nice, super sturdy, totally indiscreet box with images of the vibrator on it. This box seals magnetically. Inside the box, the vibrator sits in molded, hard foam that does a good job pf protecting it. Underneath this foam is the AC/USB charging cable, a brief instruction manual, and a storage bag made of an unusual, suede-like material. The foam fits so firmly inside the box that pulling it out is quite challenging.

The English only instruction manual provides very little information, but it does cover the bare bones of what you need to know. The description on the website says the storage bag is silk, which is far from true. However, whatever this material is, I really like it. Too bad the packaging can’t save the toy.

Blush Serendipity BunnyBliss Packaging, Box Front

Blush Serendipity BunnyBliss Packaging, Box Back

Blush Serendipity BunnyBliss Packaging, Box Interior

Blush Serendipity BunnyBliss Packaging, Foam Insert

Blush Serendipity BunnyBliss Packaging, Box Contents

Blush Novelties Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator Pros:
• Good shape
• Extra smooth silicone
• Very little drag
• Waterproof
• Rechargeable
• AC power adapter included
• Dedicated power button
• Easy to use control panel

Blush Novelties Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator Cons:
• Cannot orgasm
• Shallow, high-pitched vibrations
• Loud
• Buzzy hand syndrome
• Must scroll through all modes to reach the one you want
• Not sure if ears will hold up to manipulation over time

When I saw the Blush Novelties Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator online, I expected much more from it. I certainly thought I would like it more than the Luxe Rabbit II. Unfortunately, that is not at all the case. There are good things about the BunnyBliss. I think the ears are great and I love the silky silicone. Whenever possible, I prefer to use rechargeable and waterproof vibrators. Though I would prefer two separate buttons that control the 10 different modes, at least it has a dedicated Power button, and the control panel is easy to use.

If you were to just compare my pros and cons lists, you might be surprised at the low bean rating I’ve given it, considering I have listed more pros. Though there are more pros than cons, the downsides are too significant to outweigh the positives of the BunnyBliss.

The pros notwithstanding, it all comes down to the orgasm. If I cannot orgasm with a sex toy, then what’s the point? It’s not like I need another tchotchke laying around. The bottom line is that the Blush Novelties Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator is a total fail for me.

However, you can still check the Blush Novelties Serendipity BunnyBliss Vibrator out at EdenFantasys and SexToyFun.

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Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Review

Late last year, I was contacted by a small, Seattle-based company regarding a new sex toy they had in the works. This is not an uncommon experience. There are always new products being released and manufacturers sometimes reach out to bloggers to keep us in the loop. However, it is not as often that these products offer truly new technology. The Revel Body Sonic Vibrator is one such product.

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator

In case you are not aware of how most vibrators work (and why would you be?), most vibrators use a rotary motor to provide vibrations. “Simple and cheap, these motors operate by spinning the out-of-balance weight at the end of the motor shaft. As the motor spins faster, vibrations of increased frequency are generated.” – See more here. Take a look at the video below for a demonstration.

If you have ever used a crappy, cheapo vibrator you know how this kind of motor feels. The vibration is all over the place, so it makes your hand buzzy, which eventually become uncomfortable or even painful. You can control the power to a degree, but the vibrations are usually high-pitched and buzzy, and they are loud. They sound like you’re using power tools in the bedroom.

Nowadays, there are many options when it comes to vibrators, and some companies have developed much better motors with vibrations that have a deeper frequency. They have learned how to make these motors smaller, how to place them inside the toy to better direct the vibrations, how to create more discrete levels of intensity and even patterns. They have even been able to make them quieter and last longer. However, most of the highest end vibrators are still using rotary motors.

Enter Revel Body. Originally inspired by the technology behind sonic toothbrushes, like the Sonicare (which I own and have never used as a vibrator, but I can see the attraction), the people behind Revel Body decided to design a sex toy with a completely different motor, a linear motor. “Unlike rotary motors, linear motors produce vibration or force along their length and can be used to create high performance vibration. Linear motors operate by delivering magnetic pulses of alternating polarity to a magnetized reciprocating element.” – See more of what Revel Body has to say about linear motors here. Below is a video that demonstrates how a linear motor works.

It seems there are several advantages of linear motors over rotary motors. With a linear motor, both power and speed have a wider range. The vibration is more directional so less vibrational waste is passed along to the hand, making the vibrator quieter and less likely to create buzzy hand syndrome. The fact that there is only one moving piece should give the motor a longer life, as there are not a bunch of parts that will break down over time.

The Revel Body Sonic Vibrator looks very different than the majority of my vibrators, which is not to say they are all phallic-shaped. It looks like some sort of futuristic mini robot, or a vegan Ushanka for Barbie, and is about the size of a tennis ball. However, at approximately 6.3 ounces, it weighs three times more than a tennis ball. The Revel Body is 2.6″ in diameter, and I don’t think I need to tell you this, but just in case…it is not insertable.

As you can see, the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator has a slightly protruding, pink piece on one side and a large indentation on the other. This is the Rose Vibrating Core Tip, or Rose Tip, and is the piece of the motor that actually moves in and out, like a mini piston. The Rose Tip is actually removable and when you do remove it, you’ll see it is already lubed up and slimy. This lubrication is very important as it allows the Rose Tip to move smoothly in and out. Removing this inner piston is easy, though it requires a significant amount of pressure. Stick your thumb (or finger or something soft that won’t damage the piston) into the indentation on the side of the Revel Body and push firmly on the Rose Tip. While pushing on the bottom of the piston, pull on the top that will start to protrude a bit more on the other side of the case. Once you have a solid grasp on the Rose Tip, pull hard and it will slide out. The reason you need to use actual strength to remove the Rose Tip is because it is a very strong magnet. As it is a magnet, you’ll want to take extra precautions like not storing it next to your computer or setting it on top of your credit cards.

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator, Top of Rose Tip

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator, Bottom of Rose Tip

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator, Size

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator, Rose Tip and Device Separated

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator, Rose Tip

Using lubricant is a bit different with the Revel Body than with other vibrators. You must actually lubricate the mini piston in the device. When needed, you can add lubrication to the Rose Tip in one of two ways. You can remove the Rose Tip and place a small amount of water-based lubricant or petroleum jelly (otherwise known as Vaseline) on its side before sliding it back into the middle of the Revel Body. You can also hold the entire vibrator under running water for just a moment and allow the water to lubricate the piston. You can also use a dab of water-based lube on the head of the Rose Tip to create a more slippery sensation against your body. Revel Body clearly states that silicone-based lube should not be used with the Sonic Vibrator.

With a hard inner core surrounding the TrueSonic motor, the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator is covered in a silky smooth silicone that attracts some hair here and there, but is not much of a lint magnet. As I have said you can run water over the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator, it is clearly waterproof. To wash the Rose Tip, remove it and clean with a sex toy cleaner or warm water and a gentle soap. Revel Body states you can also use alcohol. As, it is silicone, you can use a 10% bleach solution as well, but do not boil or wash the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator in the dishwasher. This could destroy the motor. Be sure you have completely dried both the Rose Tip and the device before reinserting it. Apparently, you can sip the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator into a condom, if you are looking to make it easy to share amongst non-fluid bonded partners. Just be sure to leave room for the Rose Tip to vibrate/move in and out.

The Revel Body Sonic Vibrator is rechargeable and it’s got a nifty charging base. Granted, it does nothing more than charge the vibrator, but aesthetics are important. I do like that it is an actual charging base that holds the Revel Body in place during charging, rather than just a charging cord. There is a raised area on the base that lines up with a corresponding indented area on the exterior of the vibrator. The vibrator attaches magnetically to the base. The Revel Body Sonic Vibrator can be charged via USB or plugged into the wall. Unlike my complaint about last week’s vibrator, the SinFive Sue, Revel Body includes the AC plug. While charging, the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator glows steadily. When it is fully charged, this glow will turn off. It takes approximately 90 minutes to achieve a full charge. when recharging, the Revel Body needs to charge approximately double the use time. So, if you’ve used the vibrator for 15 minutes, you’ll need to charge it for about 30. One really cool thing the Revel Body does is let you know how much charge is left each time you turn it on. Three blinks lets you know you have a full charge, two blinks means a 50% charge, and one blink indicates a 25% charge.

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator, Control Panel

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator, Charging Socket

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator, Charging Base

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator, on Charging Base

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator, AC Plug

I like an easy to use control panel and the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator fits the bill. It has three buttons on the top of the casing, a power button, a + button, and a – button. As you may have guessed, the power button, which is slightly larger and a bit above the other two buttons, turns the Revel Body on and off. It also bumps you up to the higher power mode when you tap it. You need to press down firmly to turn it on and hold it down for about two seconds to turn it off. When the vibrator is on the core will glow steadily as it does when charging.

As I mentioned above, the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator has two power settings. In addition, it has 10 different speeds. You use the + and – buttons to cycle through the speeds. At any level of those 10 different speeds, you can tap on the power button to pop up into the higher power setting. Another tap will put you right back into lower power mode. Remember, it’s just a tap. If you press too long you’ll turn the Revel Body off.

The graph below shows how the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator measures up in power and speed when stacked against some of the more popular, high-end vibrators on the market. It even includes my beloved Crave Duet.

Revel Body Performance Data Graph

While I am a well-traveled user of sex toys, so to speak, I do not claim to be an expert when it comes to Power (Gforce) and Speed (Hz). Certainly, I get the basics. More power, more speed is generally what we want. However, my focus is really on how the vibrations actually feel against my body. So, though I can interpret the graph and find the information interesting, it all comes down to actual use of the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator.

At this point you’re probably screaming at the computer telling me to get on with it. How good is this fancy, newfangled contraption? Well, let’s start with the vibrations. They do actually feel different from most of my vibrators. It’s a bit challenging to describe…they are more gentle, less teeth rattling, perhaps. As promised, I do not feel a bunch of the vibration waste that leads to buzzy hand syndrome no matter how long I hold/use the vibrator. However, since we’re discussing hands, something totally unexpected happens to my hand when I use this vibrator. It cramps up. (BIG disclaimer here- I have a chronic pain syndrome that has been seriously effecting my hands lately so I am not sure how much cramping, if any, would occur were this not currently the case.) I find this astonishing because the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator is so comfortable to hold. The shape is totally ergonomic and in theory this shouldn’t happen.

The vibrations are strong, but less powerful than I expected based on all that fancy graphing. They also have different depths. I find the highest level, #10, is a bit high pitched for me, while #9 is much deeper. I really do not notice much difference between the high and low power settings, which was also surprising. The vibrations are quiet and do not sound like a vibrator at all. They sound smoother, more like an electric toothbrush, which makes total sense.

One concern I did have before using the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator was whether or not its shape would provide enough pinpoint stimulation for me. Unfortunately, but not surprisingly, it does not. The round shape of the device, as well as of the Rose Tip, diffuse the vibrations over the surface of the vibrator This makes it great for nipple and labia stimulation, but I really prefer much more pinpoint stimulation on my clit, and the Revel Body with the Rose Tip cannot pull it off.

The Revel Body Sonic Vibrator comes with the Rose Tip, but there are four accessory tips available that can be purchased separately. They are called Cona, Fawn, Ever, and Niko, and are very reasonably priced. I would really like to try them because I think they might make a huge difference for me. Cona and Niko would probably be my best options for directing the vibrations solidly at my clit. I do want to mention that the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator works really well on my neck and shoulders. It’s not too loud that close to my ears like many massagers and the vibrations do penetrate. It’s important not to put too much pressure with the vibrator against your body or it can slow down the movement of the little piston.

The packaging of the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator is clean and simple, like the device itself. There is an external sleeve with an image of the vibrator on the front and some basic information on the back. Inside this sleeve is a hard black box that simply says “Revel Body”, so it’s quite discrete. Once you slide the top half of the box off, you’ll find the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator sitting on a little plastic stand. Underneath this stand, is the charging base, AC plug, and user manual. Unfortunately, no storage pouch. However, the box is very sturdy so it can definitely be used for storage. The user manual is not as well organized as it could be, so it might be a tad confusing, but the important information is there.

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Packaging, Outer Sleeve

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Packaging, Back of Outer Sleeve

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Packaging, Outer Sleeve & Inner Box

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Packaging, Sonic Vibrator

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Packaging, Contents

The Revel Body Sonic Vibrator has far more warnings and precautions than I’ve ever seen with a sex toy. There are so many that it reminds me of Happy Fun Ball from Saturday Night Live (I am totally dating myself). Some of them are particularly interesting, such as “…may have an uncontrolled exothermic reaction…” and “small hairs may become trapped between core and device body which could result in hair being epilated….” Fun stuff.

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Pros:
• Ergonomic shape
• Adjustable resonating motor
• Adjustable vibration
• Easy to use control panel with responsive buttons
• Waterproof
• USB capable charging station
• Silicone
• Available accessory tips (4, sold separately)
• Available travel kit (sold separately)
• No buzzy hand syndrome

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Cons:
• Very diffuse vibrations
• Shape causes crampy hands (for ME)

I have been super excited about testing the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator out for quite a while now and I wish I could say it’s awesome and I love it. Actually, I can say it’s relatively awesome. I think the technology is so cool and a much needed change in the world of vibrating sex toys. It’s waterproof, USB and AC rechargeable, made with silicone, and easy to use. I was concerned about the weight of the Revel Body as it felt so heavy in my hand, but I don’t feel the weight that much when I’m holding against my body as my body ends up bearing most of it.

Linear motors, like the TrueSonic that the Revel Body uses, are supposed to be quieter, more reliable, and last longer than vibrators that use a rotary motor. I obviously cannot speak as to whether or not the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator will hold up longer than some of my other well-made vibrators with rotary motors. I can say it is quiet enough not to awaken sleeping kittens (who wake up if I inhale too deeply) about 6″ away from it. The vibrations are strong enough to get me off even with the diffuse vibrations, which is a good indication they’re powerful. However, if there are going to be two power levels I’d really like to be able to feel a significant difference between the two, or there’s just no point.

I have a strong feeling the hand cramping issue is specific to me considering even typing can be challenging lately, so I don’t want to hold that against the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator too much. I also am well aware that my preference for pinpoint clit stimulation is exactly that, a preference. Not everyone needs that. As I mentioned, I really would like to give the Revel Body another shot using one of the more pointy accessory tips and see how I feel about it then.

Though I am very disappointed with my experience of the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator thus far, I do have some hope for the future. I see the potential in this vibrator and really feel if I could focus the vibrations by using a different tip, I would be much happier with this toy. If you like diffuse vibrations and want something that can serve as both a vibrator and muscle massager, the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator is definitely worth checking out.

I also think this vibrator is a valiant effort from a new company looking to meet needs and mainstream sexual well being, which is so vital in the current social climate. I think this foray into new motor designs for vibrator motors is an important step in the next evolution of sex toys. So, hats off to Revel Body for leading the way.

You can find the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator at the following stores:

Babeland
Good Vibrations
Revel Body
SheVibe

The following stores carry the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Accessory Tips and Travel Pack/Charger:

Revel Body
SheVibe

Bean Fiddler Rating:

UPDATE
I finally had the the opportunity to test not only the Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Accessory Tips and Travel Pack/Charger, but also version 2 of the vibrator itself. Go read all about it!

SinFive Sue Vibrator Review

Back in May, I published a Spotlight on the SinFive Grace and the SinFive Sue, two new vibrators I had discovered at EdenFantasys. Since writing that Spotlight, Lovehoney (one of my favorite stores), has also started carrying these two vibrators, so you can pick them up there as well.

I had heard positive things about SinFive vibrators in the past, but had never owned one. Then SinFive seemed to disappear and I thought perhaps they had gone the way of the dodo. Suddenly, up popped the Grace and Sue (I am a little weirded out that one of these vibrators has the same name as my step-monster.) and SinFive was back on my radar. I decided to give them a try, so I picked up a SinFive Sue Vibrator to take for a spin.

SinFive Sue Vibrator

Upon removing the SinFive Sue from its box, I was surprised at its size. Yes, I know I could have checked the specs before I purchased it, but sometimes I forget. I was really thinking of the SinFive Sue as a clit vibrator, so the 6″ in length was unexpected. Due to the size of the vibrator, you can also use it as an insertable, up to approximately 3.25″. It is 1.25″ in diameter and its curved and pointy tip is meant to stimulate the g-spot.

This vibrator is made of silicone that is super draggy, so I recommend using a good amount of lube, even if you’re only using it for clit stimulation. It does not glide across the skin like other silicone sex toys I have. As I do not know anything about the quality of SinFive silicone, I suggest using water-based lubricant only with the SinFive Sue. In general, silicone-based lubes can negatively interact with the silicone of the toy and damage it.

I can say that due to the fact the SinFive Sue is made of silicone, it is latex and phthalate-free, hypoallergenic, and body-safe. Unfortunately, this particular silicone is not only draggy, it is also a lint magnet. Neither quality is uncommon in silicone sex toys, but it’s always great when I find silicone without these characteristics.

The silicone of the SinFive Sue is a soft layer over a mostly hard inner core, where the motor is located. The curved tip of the Sue is solid silicone and is bendy and a bit squashy. The vibrations travel very well through the body of the SinFive Sue to its tip. On the back of the vibrator, about two thirds of the way down, is the word “SinFive” in raised letters. It is a non-issue when it comes to use, as this part of the vibrator never enters the body. Similarly, there is a seam that completely wraps around the body of the SinFive Sue, just above the lettering. This seam can be clearly seen and felt with fingers, but even if you insert the vibrator that far into your body, it’s not significant enough to be felt.

The SinFive Sue is a rechargeable vibrator and it charges magnetically. This means there are no open ports or plugs on the Sue so it can be fully submersed in water, making it a good option for the bath. This also makes cleaning very easy. You can wash the SinFive Sue with warm water and mild soap, use a sex toy cleaner, or a 10% bleach solution. Using bleach will disinfect the vibrator, killing bacteria, so it can be used amongst non-fluid bonded partners. Do NOT attempt to boil or wash the SinFive Sue in the dishwasher, as this could damage the motor.

As I mentioned above, the SinFive Sue charges magnetically. The two silver metal buttons on the front of the vibrator are actually the magnetic contacts that attach to the charger, as well as the control panel. The charger has a small oblong, black plastic head with + and – signs on top. This is to show you how to align it with the SinFive Sue, which also has + and – signs next to the silver buttons on its body. What’s weird about this charger is that you can attach it either way. I have a handful of vibrators with magnetic chargers and if you try to apply the charging piece in the wrong direction the magnets repel each other, so you know it’s wrong. I have never seen one that can attach in either direction and I find it a bit odd.

The two buttons that make up the SinFive Sue’s control panel are not the easiest to press. They require quite a lot of pressure, so I do not think this vibrator would be a good option for people with issues of strength and pain in the hands. Quite frankly, it is a literal and figurative pain. The buttons are also confusing because the + and – signs are not on the buttons themselves, but on the silicone body of the vibrator next to the buttons. Of course, I immediately assumed the signs were the buttons. How foolish of me.

Turning the vibrator on and off is simple enough. The + button, located above the – button, turns the SinFive Sue on and scrolls up through the different modes. What is interesting is that once you hit the highest level of steady vibration (Mode #8), pressing the + button not only takes you into the pattern modes, but will continue to cycle through them as you continue to press the button. The vibrator does not go back to Mode #1 and start all over. The SinFive Sue does not have a memory chip, so once turned off, it always turns on at the lowest level of steady vibration, Mode #1. As you might expect, the – button scrolls down through the different modes and turns the vibrator off. Turning the SinFive Sue off is easy. You just press and hold the – button for about two seconds.

The SinFive Sue has 12 different modes of vibration, eight levels of steady vibration and four pattern modes. I think it’s silly to list the first eight modes separately. Just know they are all steady vibrations that increase in strength.
1-8. Steady vibration
9. Fast ramp up
10. Slow ramp up followed by quick ramp up
11. Slow roller coaster
12. Dance mix

The vibrations are fairly quiet and cannot be heard through a bedroom door. They are also very strong. I can get off on the mid-level vibrations, I do not need to be at the highest level to orgasm. I also really like the patterns, especially 10 and 11. The vibrations are also deep and throbby. They may not be the deepest frequency vibrations ever, but they do the job well.

SinFive Sue Vibrator

SinFive Sue Vibrator, Size

SinFive Sue Vibrator, Control Panel

SinFive Sue Vibrator, Charger

SinFive Sue Vibrator, Curvy Tip

I am not a huge fan of insertables that only penetrate a few inches. I don’t need 10″ of penetration, but I tend feel that 2″ is a bit of a waste. So as far as that goes, I don’t see the insertability factor of the SinFive Sue as a bonus, nor do I like to use it that way. Along those lines, if I do use it for penetration, it doesn’t do a great job with my g-spot. It’s a bit too bendy and not firm enough for me. As for clit stimulation, which is how I use the SinFive Sue, it is pretty damn good. The strength of the vibrations was surprising, as I often use the highest power level on many vibrators during masturbation. As I was scrolling to test each level, I was taken aback at how quickly I found a level that would do just fine. When I continued to up the power frequency, I discovered that the highest levels were definitely more power than I needed, which does make having to go through them to get to the patterns a pain….almost literally.

Without a good amount of water-based lubricant, the silicone of the SinFive Sue does not slide along my skin as easily as I would like. I want to be able to use it on my nipples without getting my breasts all lubey. The buttons are not as bad I thought they would be during play. They are accessible, large enough, and spread far enough apart that they should be easy to use, and in theory they are, but not in practice.

As I mentioned previously, the buttons are so hard to press. They remind me a bit of the middle button on the Je Joue Uma and the Je Joue FiFi. I can’t decide if my nails are a help or a hindrance in this situation. They make it more difficult to to hit the buttons with the flat of my finger, but they also give me something strong and pointy with which to press them. If you look closely at the images of the SinFive Sue, you can see the buttons are actually located in a small recess on the bottom of the vibrator, which just kills me. It makes trying to press the stupid buttons even more difficult.

I do enjoy attractive and clever packaging, even though most of it gets tossed/recycled, never to be seen again. SinFive’s in neither. It is very simple, which I am fine with, but I find it to be incomplete. The SinFive Sue comes in a hard black box, which I actually like very much. This box is strong and sturdy and has no markings on it to indicate what is inside. I wish it were much smaller, as it is far too long for the SinFive Sue. I am betting they use the same box for the SinFive Grace, hence the length. The box is held shut with a wide black elastic band that says SinFive on it. Secured against the box with this band, is a piece of paper with the name and an image of the Sue. However, this paper is not physically attached to the box in any way and can easily be removed from under the elastic band.

Inside the box, the SinFive Sue is sort of gripped in place on a piece of black cardboard by another black elastic band, but (at least in my box) it does not do a good job of holding the vibrator in place, so it slips and slides along the length of the box. Underneath the black cardboard with the ineffective band, is the SinFive Sue’s charger. It is a relatively short USB cable. While I really like the option of being able to charge vibrators via USB, I still want the manufacturer to include the AC power source so I can plug it into the wall when I want. SinFive fails to do so. The only other thing included in the box is a card with the most basic information on it in several languages. There is no other user manual, not that I think this puny thing qualifies in the first place. Granted, it does tell you how to turn it on and off, though I feel even those directions are slightly misleading, and it does say the vibrator is waterproof. I have no idea how long the vibrator takes to acquire a full charge or how long this charge will last. There is no information about what lubricants are safe to use with the SinFive Sue, nor is there any safety information. It also states there are three vibration patterns, so maybe I am feeling something that really isn’t there in the fourth pattern…

I know that most people do not read safety information. I also know that most people who are experienced with sex toys or are averagely intelligent will figure out how the SinFive Sue works. Still, why should anyone have to struggle to do so? I think it’s fair to say I am an experienced user and it took me a bit to sort the control panel, because it’s misleading and does not work as I was expecting. This is not a big deal for me, but what about someone who has just purchased their first vibrator? How unnecessarily confusing for them. What happens when they pull out their favorite silicone-based lubricant and slather it all over the vibrator and end up with an unusable toy? Perhaps I am way too much up in arms about this, but I find it extremely frustrating when manufacturers create a unnecessarily challenging experience for newbies.

Usually in a situation like this, where little to no information is provided, I hunt down the manufacturer’s website for more information. In this case, the website provides absolutely no information whatsoever. It does not even seem to be completed. All I can tell you is that the SinFive Sue is made in Germany, which is a bit of a surprise as my experience in the past with German manufacturers has been very positive.

SinFive Sue Vibrator Packaging

SinFive Sue Vibrator Packaging, Inside Box

SinFive Sue Vibrator Packaging, "Instructions"

SinFive Sue Vibrator Packaging, Contents

SinFive Vibrator Pros:
• Powerful vibrations
• Deep vibrations
• Quiet
• Good shape to hold during play
• Silicone
• Waterproof
• Rechargeable (via USB)

SinFive Sue Vibrator Cons:
• Buttons are recessed and very difficult to press
• Buttons are slightly confusing
• No dedicated pattern button
• Does not include an AC power supply
• Heats up when charging
• No user manual
• Lint magnet

I find myself vacillating somewhat on the SinFive Sue Vibrator. There are so many things that piss me off about it. It’s fantastic that it’s rechargeable but why no AC power source? Surely it’s not a cost issue. How much can those little plugs run? I know I can just use another USB compatible plug, and maybe in the end SinFive did my a favor by not adding another one to my collection. Nevertheless, I feel gypped. Also, a weird thing keeps happening when I plug the vibrator in to charge. It starts vibrating at a low level for a few seconds. Generally, vibrators don’t work while charging, and we’re always warned not to turn them on while they are connected to a power source. It’s not a huge thing but I don’t like even a little power source oddness around my computer. The vibrator also heats up during the charging process. It’s not the first time I have had this experience, but it actually happens rather infrequently, and again, this one is charging right next to my computer.

I have already complained about the difficult to press buttons in their little recess, so there’s no need to go on about it again. While I do appreciate a simple control panel, and two buttons is certainly simple, the SinFive Sue needs a dedicated pattern button. The fact that the vibrations are so strong means I really need to keep the vibrator away from my body while I’m searching for the pattern I want or I run the risk of zinging my clit.

I know the lack of a user manual is not the end of the world, but it frustrates me immensely. It just seems lazy and irresponsible. As a general rule, silicone tends to attract lint, so I really shouldn’t hold that against the SinFive Sue. It’s just that with all the other little irritants, adding the fact that I can’t make it from the bathroom after washing it to the bedroom to use it without it grabbing onto every piece of lint, dust, and hair in the city, does not put me in a good mood.

And yet, once you get past all the things that make me want to throw it out the window, the damn vibrator is effective and efficient at its most important purpose, getting me off. I’m so mad about all the downsides of the SinFive Sue that I want to give it a low score, but I can’t bring myself to ding it that much when it makes me orgasm so quickly. The vibrations are strong and deep, which will be pleasing to many people. It is submersible, which is a priority for some. It is rechargeable, a priority for others. Its silicone, while draggy and linty, is easy to care for and body-safe. It also has the added attraction of some penetration and g-spot stimulation. As you can see, this vibrator does have a lot to offer. Still, I can’t let it get away unscathed. This is why I have deducted one full bean from my rating of the SinFive Sue.

You can find the SinFive Sue at the following stores:

EdenFantasys
Lovehoney

Right now, EdenFantasys has the SinFive Sue on sale and will ship your $39+ purchase for free. Though the SinFive Sue is not currently on sale at Lovehoney, all purchases are shipped free, with no minimums, and they accept returns for ANY reason within 100 days of purchase for a full refund.

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Iroha YUKI Vibrator Review

For those of you who are familiar with Tenga, you know them as a leading manufacturer that designs a line of masturbation sleeves and accessories for men. In fact, Beanpole Fiddler has reviewed the Tenga 3D Polygon. Not content to rest on their male masturbatory laurels, Tenga has created a new line of sex toys under the name Iroha. I actually posted a Spotlight on the new Tenga Iroha vibrators not that long ago. The Iroha line currently consists of three vibrators designed for women, by women. I am lucky enough to have had the opportunity to test the Iroha YUKI.

Iroha YUKI Vibrator

The word YUKI means snow in Japanese, which probably explains the Iroha YUKI’s snow white color. Made of the most amazingly silky and squashy silicone I have ever felt, called “Soft Touch” by Iroha, YUKI feels like a giant marshmallow, albeit a bit firmer. It somewhat reminds me of the Eroscillator’s Ultra Soft Finger Tip. This Soft Touch material provides a layer of squish over a hard inner core where the motor is located. Iroha strongly recommends using water-based lubricant with YUKI, going so far as to say that silicone and oil-based products will damage the Soft Touch material. The marshmallowy Soft Touch is so smooth and silky, it slides across my skin without a hitch. I use the smallest drop of lube, if any.

At 3.5″ in length and just under 2″ in diameter, the Iroha YUKI is small enough to fit in my hand. It looks like one half of one of those Russian Matryoshka Dolls or a bowling pin someone squashed down. The smaller “head” piece of YUKI can actually be inserted about 1.5″ into the body. For me, that isn’t much, but for some people it could really add to the quality of their play.

The Soft Touch material appears to be more delicate than other forms of silicone. Iroha clearly states to wash YUKI with tepid or cold water and mild soap, and to never use hot water. They also warn not to leave YUKI in water for an extended period of time, as it is water resistant, not waterproof. Therefore, it is not submersible. The silky, smooth silicone comes clean very easily and the control panel on the back, made of ABS and metal, does as well. Just be sure not to soak the buttons, as I am guessing that’s where water could leak into the motor.

Iroha YUKI Vibrator

Iroha YUKI Vibrator, Size

Iroha YUKI Vibrator, Control Panel

YUKI is rechargeable and has an awesome charging solution. Yes, it’s not the first ever vibrator to charge while in its storage container, but it may be the coolest looking. That said, I kinda wish it was opaque just so I could leave it sitting out without being afraid of anyone seeing it. Sometimes you gotta sacrifice beauty for peace of mind. You align the triangular buttons with their magnetic counterparts and pop YUKI on the charging base. When charging, the light on the base will glow steadily. This light goes out when YUKI is fully charged, which takes about two hours. This two hour charge provides approximately 90 minutes of play time, depending on what mode you use your YUKI. Obviously, using it on the highest level of power will eat battery power much more quickly than only utilizing the lowest level. If you need to clean the charging base, use a damp cloth. Do NOT submerse it in water.

Not only can YUKI be charged by the traditional plug it into the wall power adapter, it can also charge via USB. Awesome. It’s easy. The mini USB cord plugs into the charging terminal on the back of the base and then into the wall adapter. Of course, this charging base is also part of the YUKI’s storage solution. Attach the clear Polycarbonate top to the ABS charging base and your YUKI is kept safe from dust, lint, kitten claws, and other sex toys. It’s important to mention that the YUKI’s silicone is so slick it does not attract a significant amount of dust or lint. I even tried to get it all messy but failed. Turns out YUKI has an anti-dust coating on its silicone, something I had never run across before.

YUKI has quite strong vibrations. In fact, when I turned the vibrator on for the first time I thought perhaps it was already on the highest level of vibration. I was pleasantly surprised to find out I was wrong. They are also deep and throbby, as well as quiet. YUKI has four modes, three steady vibration modes and one pulsation pattern. They are as follows:
1. Low steady vibration
2. Medium steady vibration
3. High steady vibration
4. Pulse pattern

Iroha YUKI Vibrator in Storage Case/Charger

Iroha YUKI Vibrator Charging Base, Mini USB Outlet

Iroha YUKI Vibrator Charging Base, Mini USB Cable

Iroha YUKI Vibrator Storage Box/Charging Case

The control panel is super simple, consisting of only two triangular shaped buttons. The button on the left (coincidentally pointing to the left), marked with a – sign, turns YUKI off and moves to the previous mode. The button on the right, (yet again coincidentally, points to the right), marked with a + sign, turns YUKI on and cycles to the next mode. To turn the vibrator on or off you press and hold the corresponding button for about two seconds. The buttons are large and easy to press with minimal pressure, which will be a good thing for those who have issues with their hands. YUKI has no memory chip so regardless of what mode you are on when you turn it off, it will be on number 1 when you turn it back on.

In use, the Iroha YUKI performs well. The Soft Touch silicone material feels so sleek and velvety against my skin. It slides along my labia and pops inside me with ease. I’ve mentioned that I prefer larger insertables, but YUKI really isn’t an insertable. It’s a clit vibrator with a bonus. From that perspective, I can appreciate the 1.5″ of insertable length that YUKI offers. The vibrations are strong, deep, and quiet. The roundish head creates more diffuse vibrations as opposed to the pinpoint stimulation I prefer. However, YUKI does get me off and the diffuseness of the vibrations is great for nipple play. I find YUKI comfortable to hold and operate during play, with the large metal buttons easy to feel and press. The fact that the vibrations can be felt throughout the entire vibrator is both good and slightly not great. It means that any part of YUKI can be used for stimulation, but it also means my hand can get a little buzzy after a while. It’s not nightmarish, but something I notice.

The packaging of the Iroha YUKI is a cut above the rest, just like the vibrator itself. First is the outer paper sleeve with an image of the YUKI on the front, as well as the back. The back also has an image of YUKI’s siblings, MIDORI and SAKURA with some basic information about the vibrators. The sleeve is wrapped around two boxes. One box contains the DC wall adapter, mini USB cable, and the instruction manual. In the other box is the Iroha YUKI snug and safe in its storage box/charging base. Within the box, the YUKI is actually sitting in a black cutout that has instructions on how to use YUKI’s control panel. All in all, pretty nifty.

Iroha YUKI Vibrator Packaging, Front

Iroha YUKI Vibrator Packaging, Back

Iroha YUKI Vibrator Packaging, Internal Boxes

Iroha YUKI Vibrator Packaging

Iroha YUKI Vibrator Packaging, Contents

Iroha YUKI Vibrator Pros:
• Feels like squashy marshmallows
• Rechargeable
• Nifty charging/storage box
• Super silky silicone
• Very attractive
• Anti-dust coating
• Quiet
• Comfortable to hold shape
• Strong vibrations
• Easy to use controls
• Versatile

Iroha YUKI Vibrator Cons:
• Somewhat diffuse rather than pinpoint vibrations
• Possible buzzy hand syndrome
• Water resistant, not waterproof

So many wonderful things about the Iroha YUKI, where to start? I think I must begin with the fabulous, squashy, marshmallow-like, anti-dust coated silicone. Actually, I basically said it all in that one sentence, other than adding that Soft Touch is AWESOME and I want more. The vibrations are strong enough to get me off and the vibrator is so very quiet. Though I’m generally not one to bother with a 1.5″ insertion, it is a nice tease. YUKI’s shape makes it easy to hold during use and the control buttons are very accessible and simple to operate. Combining storage with the charging solution is fantastic and particularly attractive in this case. The USB charging option is becoming more popular and I highly approve.

As far as the downsides, there are not many. I always prefer waterproof to water resistant, because it makes my life easier, but I can live with water resistant for now. The small size and design of YUKI almost necessitate buzzy hand syndrome. It really is not a flaw of the design, it’s just what you get with this style of vibrator. That being said, YUKI may not be the best choice if your hands are uber-sensitive. My biggest issue, which again is not a flaw but rather an issue of shape, is that the vibrations are more diffuse than I would like. The round head of the vibrator spreads the vibration over a greater surface area, which is very good nipples and labia. As I prefer pinpoint stimulation to my clit, it is not the ideal shape for me. I would probably do better with the Iroha SAKURA. That being said, the vibrations are not too diffuse to get me off.

All in all, the Iroha YUKI is pretty fabulous and I highly recommend giving it a shot. If you’re not enamoured of YUKI’s shape, consider MIDORI or SAKURA. Surely one of them will fit the bill. You can find the Iroha YUKI (as well as MIDORI and SAKURA) at the following stores:

Babeland
Good Vibrations

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Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator Review

About a month ago, Lovehoney released a handful of new vibrators in the Tracey Cox line. At that time I posted a Spotlight about the new Tracey Cox dare! Sex Toys. As I am always curious about new products, I was hoping I would have an opportunity to review one of these vibrators and Lovehoney was kind enough to make that happen. Considering I have been suffering a great deal of neck and back pain recently, I decided to go with the Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator, as I was hoping it would handle double duty as both a massager for my back/neck and a pleasure object.

Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator

The Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator is part of the dare! line of sex toys from Tracey Cox. This line of vibrators is meant to focus mainly on toys that can be used by couples. These toys were designed by bestselling sex author, Tracey Cox, hence the name.

Made from ABS, the Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager contains no latex or phthalates, making it body-safe. The silky smooth plastic material is compatible with both water-based and silicone-based lubricants. It can also be used with massage oil to enhance a body massage. This particular ABS is super smooth and sleek and slides along my skin with no drag at all, so oil is not a necessity but can certainly add to the massage experience. The Power Massager is splash proof, so it can be easily washed with warm water and antibacterial soap or a sex toy cleaner. However, it is not waterproof so do not submerge it.

At 10.5″ in circumference, the Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager fits very comfortably in the palm of my hand. The round shape with the indented button makes holding onto it during use very easy. The button must be pressed very firmly in order to power the vibrator on and off, as well as to cycle through the different modes. This means that it is very unlikely you will accidentally press the button. It has great feedback and makes a fairly loud clicking sound when pressed.

With its one button, the Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator is simple to use for newbies and experienced users alike. You turn the vibrator on by pressing the large button once and continue pressing the button to cycle through the different modes. To turn off the Power Massager you hold the button down for approximately two to three seconds. The only challenge I find with the power button is my own issue. I have rather long nails, and because the button is indented it is a bit difficult to press it. People with shorter nails are not likely to have this problem. The Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager has three levels of intensity and three vibrational patterns, as follows:
1. Low steady vibration
2. Medium steady vibration
3. High steady vibration
4. Ramp up
5. Three short pulses, one long
6. Medium pulses

Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator

Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator, Size

Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator, Button

Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator, Side View

Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator, Battery Compartment

The Power Massager is somewhat loud, though not horrible, especially for a massager. It is not as powerful as I was expecting, though it is not weak either. It’s about mid-range as far as power goes. It will be plenty for some and not at all enough for others. The vibrations themselves are also mid-range, not very deep and rumbly, but not buzzy either. The vibrations are really not strong nor deep enough to penetrate my muscles, but I may not be the best test subject, as I have chronic pain. It is certainly enough to create a relaxing sensation, especially when being used by a partner who can provide more pressure with the massager than I can on my own.

I like the design of the Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager very much, but I find it more effective as a massager than a vibrator. Though I find the strength of the vibrations to be sufficient, they are too diffuse to bring me to orgasm due to the shape of the Power Massager. Diffuse vibrations are great when massaging a large area, like the back, but they do not provide enough direct stimulation to my clit. However, I discovered that these diffuse vibrations are pretty great for nipple stimulation, which is an unexpected bonus. At 8.5 ounces, I find the Power Massager to be slightly heavy for longer periods of use, but my Fibromyalgia has been seriously acting up so most people probably won’t find it overly heavy. It may not be the best option for people with carpal tunnel or other hand and wrist disorders.

The packaging of the Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager is simple. The exterior consists of a cardboard sleeve with a window through which you can see the vibrator. There is an image of a woman on the front and back of this sleeve. I am assuming the woman is Tracey Cox, the designer of this vibrator. Considering it’s a massager, someone unfamiliar with sex toys may stumble across the box without raising an eyebrow. However, I do not find the packaging very discreet and think many people would know it is also a sex toy. Once you remove the sleeve, you’ll find the Power Massager held in place by cardboard. Underneath this cardboard is a little user guide with basic information about the toy. The packaging is sufficient and can be used for storage, though it is not that sturdy and will take up more room than the Power Massager on its own.

Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator Packaging, Front

Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator Packaging, Side

Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator Packaging, Back

Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator Packaging, Internal Box

Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator Pros:
• Great nipple stimulation
• Fits comfortably in hand
• Button has good feedback and does not allow for accidental pushing
• Silky, smooth plastic
• Can be used with all types of lubricants
• Can be used with massage oil
• Easy to open and close for battery insertion

Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator Cons:
• Long nails hinder the ease of pressing the button
• Does not bring me to orgasm
• On the heavy side

I love sex toys that can serve multiple functions and the Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator does just that, though not in the way I expected. I thought it would serve both as a massager and a clit stimulator, but as I mentioned above, the clit stimulation isn’t super effective for me. To be fair, it provides a fair amount of tease, but I do need another vibrator to actually orgasm. I really like the nipple stimulation it provides and wish I could find something similar in an actual nipple clamp or something along those lines. Using the Power Massager on my nipples with another vibrator on my clit is fairly awesome. As a massager, I find it about average. It is not meant to provide a deep tissue massage, but more of a stimulating erotic massage, and it is capable of doing so.

The ABS is particularly silky and smooth and feels great sliding along my skin, making massage without oil totally feasible and comfortable. I do have trouble holding onto it for long periods of time, but that is very likely due to my current health status rather than the Power Massager actually being too heavy. Overall, it has some very nice features and should please many users.

Head over to Lovehoney to check out the Tracey Cox dare! Power Massager Vibrator for yourself, and remember, Lovehoney will ship your entire purchase for free!

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