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.

Bean Fiddler Rating:

UPDATE on LELO IDA Couples Massager

A few weeks ago, I published a Spotlight on the soon to be released LELO IDA Couples Massager. At that time, all I had to show you was a teaser video. Of course, teaser videos are super annoying.

LELO IDA Couples Massager

 

As LELO released the IDA just two days ago, on September 23, I can now make up for it by showing you the official video revealing the new LELO IDA Coupes Massager.

 

 

I’m not going to go into a lot of detail about the specs of the LELO IDA. I’ll save that for my review. That’s right, boys and girls, I will be reviewing the new LELO IDA Couples Massager! Not sure just when yet, but keep your eyes open because it’s definitely in the queue.

In the meantime, if you just cannot wait and have to get your hands on this new couples massager, head over to the LELO website and order a LELO IDA for yourself, in Black, Cerise, or Deep Rose.

Stoya Destroya Fleshlight Review

Hello everyone, Beanpole Fiddler here today bringing you another review for the men out there. This week I am reviewing another Fleshlight Girl, Stoya, and her signature Fleshlight, The Stoya Destroya Fleshlight. I happen to be a big fan of Stoya. I think she is very sexy and I am a sucker for her alabaster skin. I had read many great things about this Fleshlight, many people saying it’s one of the best Fleshights around. Unfortunately, I was a bit let down by it. I’ll get to that in a minute.

Stoya Destroya

If you aren’t familiar with the Fleshlight Girls lineup of toys, here is a brief summary. Fleshlight got a bunch of popular adult film stars and brought them into their studio to take molds of their vaginas, mouths and butts. Fleshlight then made a special texture for each girl. These textures are unique to each girl and are only available with their signature toy.

You actually have three different choices with a Fleshlight Girl. You can choose her vagina, her butt or her mouth. Each of these orifices is molded directly off the girl’s body so it looks just like her. Only the vagina Fleshlights have the unique texture though. Actually, when you choose the vagina, you have a choice between the girl’s signature texture or the Lotus texture. Regardless of the girl, when you choose her butt you get the Forbidden texture, and if you choose her mouth you get the swallow texture (Here is my review of the Swallow Fleshlight).

Stoya Destroya

Pictured above, is a cutaway image of what the Destroya texture looks like. Upon entering the toy, three small rings of bumps will stimulate you first. From there, you pass into what Fleshlight calls the “ultra piercing pleasure dome”. This dome is a chamber with three rows of pointy nubs that all point to a central location. From there, you pass through a tight ring, into a row of teeth, then into a row of fangs. If you’re a large enough man, the Destroya finishes with a super ribbed textured canal that diminishes in size.

There are two parts to the Stoya Destroya Fleshlight. The hard outer plastic case and the soft and squishy insert. I got my Destroya without a case. If you already have a case, there is no real need to have more than one other than for convenience sake, or if you want to use two Fleshlights at the same time. If you buy just the sleeve you save yourself ~$20 too. If you don’t have a case though, you definitely want to pick one up. If you choose to buy your Destroya with a case, it will come with a special color case that is pearlescent white, which looks pretty cool.

The case has two screw-on caps, one on each end. On the large end, the cap covers the orifice where you insert your penis. The cap on the bottom is used to regulate the amount of suction that the toy produces while you use it. I will speak more on that later. The soft insert part of the toy is made from a secret material that is exclusive to Fleshlight. They call this material Real Feel Superskin, and I must say, it’s pretty impressive. It’s quite durable, extremely stretchy, very good at retaining heat, lubes up well, feels very realistic, is easy to clean, and to top it off, it’s also phthalate and latex free. One last thing about this material, you should only use water-based lubricants. Oil or silicone-based lubricants can deteriorate the Superskin material.

So, how is the Stoya Destroya Fleshlight in the pleasure department? Honestly, it’s kinda meh, at least compared to other Fleshlights. It does feel good, and I can achieve an orgasm without any trouble, but something about it is just lacking. I think if I had tried the Destroya before I tried the STU Fleshlight or the Vortex Fleshlight I would think much more highly of it. However, compared to those two toys, it pales in comparison. In its defense, it does produce very satisfying and powerful orgasms, it’s getting to the orgasm that is lacking.

I find that with the Destroya I like a fair amount of suction. I mentioned earlier in my review that the cap at the bottom of the case regulates the amount of suction that you get. This is a very personal thing, but with the Stoya Destroya Fleshlight I like to break the seal and just barely loosen it a bit more. For me, that’s the ideal amount of suction. It’s definitely something I highly encourage you to play around with. Getting the suction right can make all the difference in the world.

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To get the best experience with your Stoya Destroya Fleshllight, I highly recommend that you heat it up first. I do this by filling my sink with some hot water and letting the sleeve soak for ~10 minutes. It’s entirely possible to use the Destroya at room temperature and it still feels good. I just think you will have a much more enjoyable experience if you warm it up first. Do not use your microwave or place your Fleshlight in boiling water to heat it up. You could destroy it or hurt yourself.

You will also need to use lube. I found that the Stoya Destroya Fleshlight is kind of a lube hog. During an extended session, i found myself adding additional lube once or twice. The longer the session, the more times I needed to add lube.

Other than the lackluster sensations produced by the Stoya Destroya, I have the same complaint that I have with all Fleshlight toys, cleanup and prep. To get the best experience, you’re going to want to heat up your Destroya. This is going to take 10-15 minutes and multiple trips to the bathroom to make sure the water is still hot or that your sink didn’t drain. The prep time kind of makes it difficult when you’re lying in bed and can’t fall asleep and think a quick wank might help.

There is also the clean up. Fleshlights are pretty easy to clean, you just run water through them for ~30 seconds and you’re good to go. However, since you have to use lube, you have to clean yourself and the toy. Once again, it just makes spontaneous sessions difficult. That said, when you do take the time, a Fleshlight is going to be much more enjoyable than your hand.

Stoya Destroya Fleshlight Pros:
• Realistic feeling material
• When you achieve orgasms, they are very good

Stoya Destroya Fleshlight Cons:
• Lackluster texture
• Prep/clean-up time

I was really expecting to love the Stoya Destroya Fleshlight. I am a fan of Stoya as an adult entertainer and I had read and heard so many positive things that I figured it was going to be great. Unfortunately, I was pretty underwhelmed. It’s not a bad toy, there are just better Fleshlights out there. I would recommend the STU Fleshlight or the Vortex Fleshlight, personally. If my review has discouraged you from getting the Stoya Destroya Fleshlight, but you’re a huge fan of Stoya, you can always get her Vagina with the Lotus texture, her butt with the Forbidden texture, or her mouth with the Swallow Texture.

The Stoya Destroya Fleshlight is available at Fleshlight.

Beanpole Fiddler Rating:
2.5 Beans

*The Stoya Destroya Fleshlight used in this review was provided by Naughty Coupon Codes. Head over to their site for discount coupons on Fleshlights.*

SPOTLIGHT on New Nalone Sex Toys

Last week, I published a Spotlight on a new sex toy from one of favorite manufacturers, the Fun Factory Stronic Zwei. This week, I’ve decided to take a look at some new toys I discovered at Lovehoney from a manufacturer that’s new to me, Nalone.

Nalone has a number of interesting products that go beyond the typical vibrator. There is the Nalone Electro USB Rechargeable Massage Wand Vibrator, which has dual motors, one in the handle and one in the head. I think that’s a bit odd because I generally do not like vibrations that transfer to the handle of a vibrator and make my hand buzzy. Maybe I’m missing something here. What I find really interesting about the Nalone Electro is that it also has Electromagnetic Pulse technology, so its head gives off an electro micro current. It’s also hard not to love the fact that the two buttons responsible for the electro micro current have what look like little lightening symbols on them.

 

The Nalone Rythm (a rabbit vibrator) and the Nalone Pulse (a traditional vibrator) are both sound activated rechargeable vibrators. In theory, this is nothing new. OhMiBod has been doing this for a while. However, in addition to reacting to music, the Nalone Rythm and Nalone Pulse also respond to ambient sound. This means your partner can literally control the vibrations with his or her voice. That’s new. In theory, the vibrators should also react to any moaning or other sounds you are making. That idea intrigues me. I’m not sure how effective it will be if it requires your partner yelling at the top of his or her voice though.

 

The Nalone Touch G-Spot Vibrator and the Nalone Curve Clitoral Vibrator have touch responsive controls, meaning that they function based on how you touch metal sensors on the control panel. The Nalone Curve is also billed as a u-spot vibrator. The company claims it can be slightly inserted into the vagina and stimulate the u-spot. Seems iffy to me, but it could work this way for some women. Maybe I’m just a Doubting Thomas. In addition to their touch responsive modes, both vibrators have seven preset patterns.

 

Then we have the Nalone Miu Miu, a set of remote controlled vibrating kegel balls. The Nalone Miu Miu are not the only vibrating kegel balls out there, but I don’t recall seeing another pair that is remote controlled. I always like the idea of a remote controlled sex toy because you can hand off the remote to your partner and they then have the power to surprise, tease, and torment you. In public, if they choose. Not only that, but the Nalone Miu Miu Vibrating Kegel Balls have a “smart ball” setting. Once you’ve turned this mode on and are wearing the Nalone Miu Miu, they will turn on and surprise you at random moments. It’s not as good as having a partner control them, but it still sounds cool.

 

The six Nalone sex toys I have discussed in this post are all silicone, rechargeable, and waterproof. Lovehoney does carry a few other Nalone sex toys that are made with metal, but they don’t have any nifty or unusual features, so I don’t find them all that interesting.

Though I am dubious of the second motor in the handle of the Nalone Electro USB Rechargeable Massage Wand Vibrator, this one interests me the most as I have become curious about electroplay. After the Nalone Electro, I’d want to try either the Nalone Rythm or the Nalone Pulse. I have the OhMiBod Freestyle W, so it’s not the musical aspect that has me curious, it’s the voice responsiveness. I would love to see how well that works.

While I am working on trying to figure out how to review one of these new Nalone sex toys, you can head on over to Lovehoney and check them out for yourself. Leave me some feedback to let me know what you think. Which one looks the most interesting to you?

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators Review

Generally speaking, TPR is not my favorite material in the world so I tend not to use many TPR products nowadays. However, when I saw the Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators at PinkCherry Sex Toys, I decided to make an exception.

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators

Let’s start with the TPR, which is thermoplastic rubber. Just the fact that it’s called “rubber” rubs me the wrong way. Still, when made properly (as this product should be), TPR is non-toxic, phthalate-free, and hypoallergenic. I have to admit I don’t trust all manufacturers who use TPR, but as this is not a product I am inserting into my body, I figured I’d give it a shot.

Now that I’ve explained my anti-TPR bias, let’s actually look at the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators. It’s an interesting and odd looking product, consisting of two clear TPR suction cups connected by wires, with an attached control unit. Each suction cup is approximately 3.75″ in diameter, with two butterflies imprinted on the cups’ tops for decoration. At the center of each suction cup is a motor made of black plastic that sticks out like a giant erect nipple. On the inside of the suction cups, these motors have little, tiny TPR nubs attached to them. Surrounding these nubs are two rows of much larger, pointier nubs attached to the surface of the suction cups themselves.

The box promises “hundreds” of little ticklers in each cup. I’m not sure there are really that many, but I’m not actually going to count. I don’t think the exact number of ticklers is relevant. The entire point of these motors is to spin (hence the name Spinning Nipple Stimulators) the little nubs on and around your nipples. With me so far?

As much as I wish I looked like the model on the box (minus the porn face), I don’t, and I have much larger breasts than she does. So, when I first removed the Spinning Nipple Stimulators from the box, I was concerned this would be a problem. However, they truly are suction cups, so breast size is not an issue.

The way I put the Spinning Nipple Stimulators on is to position the black motorized nubs directly over my nipple, then press down. The cup sort of flattens out against my breast, and as it re-inflates to its round shape, it sucks the skin up into it and firmly attaches itself. You know, like a suction cup.

The suction is strong, but doesn’t hold up to a lot of flailing about. I don’t have to remain perfectly still or anything, but bouncing up and down tends to reposition the cups so that the motors are not directly on my nipples. The suction cups don’t completely come off though, which is fairly impressive. I imagine someone with smaller breasts could move around much more and have the suction cups stay in place. Not having smaller breasts, I don’t know for certain.

The cord between the two suction cups is 20.75″ long, which should provide enough leeway for most people. If you don’t have the perkiest breasts in the world, you may actually need all that length. The cord that leads to the controller is 24″, so if you’re giving control of the Spinning Nipple Stimulators to a partner, they don’t have to be right on top of you, but they also can’t be very far away.

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators, Size

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators, Close Up of Nubs

The control unit of the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators is 4″ long and 4.25″ in circumference. It has three indentations on the back for fingers, so it fits very comfortably in my hand and is easy to hold. It is made of plastic, but feels solid enough, and not particularly cheap. The bottom of the control unit screws off to provide access to the battery compartment. There is an o-ring, so if the bottom is screwed on tightly, the control unit should be waterproof.

The control unit takes four AAA batteries, which for some reason, I can never seem to find. This time I had to sacrifice both TV and air conditioning, and it’s been HOT. Do you see what I do for you, people?? Anyway, inside the battery compartment is a cartridge to hold the four (stolen) batteries. The cartridge must be slid in along the grooves in its sides and be facing the right way. It is not reversible.

I love a battery cartridge because it not only makes getting the batteries in much easier, it allows for convenient battery storage. I can just slide out the cartridge, leave the batteries in it, and store it like that. This way, when I want to use the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators, it’s quick and simple just to slide the cartridge into the control unit. Leaving the batteries in the control unit is not a good idea. It can shorten the life of the batteries, and considering how expensive they are, it’s best to keep them alive as long as possible.

Obviously, the control panel is on the control unit. It consists of two buttons, the Power button and the Mode button directly above it. The buttons are easy to press, and provide good feedback, with a sharp “click’ every time I press them. They’re also self-explanatory. The Power button turns the Spinning Nipple Stimulators on and off, while the Mode button switches modes. Apparently, the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators have seven different functions, but I am hard pressed to discern much difference. What follows is my interpretation of these seven functions:
1. Slow
2. Medium
3. Fast
4. Change spinning direction
5. Slow (in new direction)
6. Medium (in new direction)
7. Fast (in new direction)

The Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators’ control unit has an LED that lights up and changes colors to red, blue, green, yellow, etc. It doesn’t seem to me that the colors changing corresponds with the modes in any particular way. It seems totally random.

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators, Control Unit

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators, Control Panel

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators, Battery Compartment

When it comes to actually using them, I must say the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators are surprisingly great. Even though I wish the suction cups were made from a different material (hello, Pipedream), the TPR is pliable and flexible, and the shape provides good suction. Once I suck them on to my breasts, they actually stay where I want them, as long as I’m not moving around like crazy.

I really can’t tell the difference between the spinning and non-spinning nubs with the motor running, but that’s not necessary. The important part is that it feels very good. It definitely does not feel like human hands or fingers. It feels like a combination of pressure, light pinching, and nails being dragged across my skin. My nipples are very sensitive so the sensation is like a direct line to my clit, Insta-Wet. I absolutely love the sensation when the motor changes direction and starts spinning the other way. So much so, I wish there was a mode that just spun the nubs back and forth or that I could control this directly by pressing a button.

In theory, the controls on the unit are easy to use. The problem is that the Mode button is right on top of the Power button and I am constantly turning the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulatorss off accidentally when I’m trying to change modes. It is extremely annoying. I think a better design would be to place the buttons side by side or at least further apart.

I have also noticed that my nipples can become sore a few hours after using the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators, or the next day, depending upon how frequently and long I use them. As I mentioned, my nipples are sensitive so this may not happen to everyone, and I don’t necessarily see it as a bad thing. The soreness just creates more sensitivity the next time I use them or another form of stimulation.

Adding a bit of lube to the inside of the suction cups of the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators causes the nubs to spin more smoothly on the skin. The one benefit to TPR is that you can use both water-based lubricant and silicone-based lubricant with it. I’ve been testing a new silicone-based lube and find it to be softer and silkier than water-based, though that’s not uncommon in general. I like the feeling of the nubs sliding more easily along my skin, but I also really like the sort of pulling and dragging that happens without any lube. The downside of using lube is that it causes more of a mess to clean up.

At least cleaning is relatively simple with TPR, and the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators are waterproof, so you can wash the suction cups using soap and warm water or a sex toy cleaner. Keep in mind that TPR is porous, so it cannot be disinfected like some other materials. If you use lube with the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators, be sure to clean them carefully, as it might guck up in between the nubs.

I am not terribly fond of the packaging for the Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators. The product comes in a plastic bag inside a large box. The box is quite sturdy and can be used for storage, though it is a bit big. It’s the outside of the box I object to. In general, the Fetish Fantasy series typically has naked models on the packaging. I suppose it is helpful to have an image so you can see how the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators work, though I think it’s obvious.

Compared to some of Pipedream’s other packaging, this is almost tasteful. Maybe it’s the porn face that bothers me. Maybe it’s just that some of their other products disturb me and make me feel a little sleazy using anything associated. I feel like the marketing team is using the same approach they use for their products directed toward men. To top it off, the box is just really indiscreet, so I cannot leave it laying around.

The box also includes a cheapy, satiny blindfold. It’s crappy quality so it’s not very comfortable to wear and it lets a lot of light in. I know it’s meant to be an extra, but maybe Pipedream could save the $.02 and put it toward using a better material than TPR.

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators Packaging, Box Front

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators Packaging, Box Back

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators Packaging

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators Packaging, Contents

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators Pros:
• Intense sensation
• Strong suction
• Cups are easy to apply
• Strong motor
• Can be used with any kind of lubricant
• Separate power and mode buttons

Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators Cons:
• TPR
• Power and Mode button are too close together
• Cannot clearly differentiate all seven modes
• Very loud

I really enjoy nipple stimulation, and other than nipple clamps, there aren’t that many options out there. My experience with the Nipple Suckers was less than stellar and I was very unhappy with the Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Shock Therapy Nipple Clamps experiment. In fact, I have only given five beans to one nipple toy, my Japanese Clover Clamps. While I don’t feel I can give the Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators a full 5 beans based on the TPR and my issue with the placement of the control buttons, I’ve got to say it’s my second favorite nipple toy I’ve reviewed in over three years.

I wish Pipedream had chosen to make the suction cups out of a different material, but as I commented at the beginning of this review, since I’m not putting this toy inside my body, I can live with it, just barely. Constantly hitting the Power button accidentally and turning the Spinning Nipple Stimulators off during play is frustrating, and I would like a setting that causes the motors to change directions quickly. Also, the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators are LOUD, like buzz saw loud. You definitely need some cover noise for these if you don’t have sufficient privacy.

However, I don’t have a privacy issue. So, the sound, while distracting, is not a problem for me. I can almost make the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators switch directions the way I want them to, just not fast enough, and my problem with buttons is not enough to kill my enjoyment of the sensations created by the spinning nubs.

Overall, the Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators are a surprising treat and the first new nipple toy I’ve really liked in quite a while. This has made me realize I need some new nipple toys. Suggestions, anyone? While I work on finding suggestions on nifty nipple toys, you can head over to PinkCherry Sex Toys and pick up some Pipedream Fetish Fantasy Spinning Nipple Stimulators of your very own.

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