The Lovehoney Desire Rechargeable Rabbit vibrator appealed to me for several reasons. It seems a superior version of a sex toy staple that I already enjoy. It is rechargeable, so it will save a fortune in batteries. It also comes with it’s own storage case!
The sleek outer cardboard box gives the promise of something more luxurious than other rabbits I’ve tried. The black storage case safely stows an instruction manual and USB charging cable, in the left-hand mesh compartment. The Lovehoney Desire Rechargeable rabbit is secured in the right-hand side pocket. It is sealed in a clear plastic case (for packaging purposes only).
I followed the 2-hour charging procedure, before excitedly letting my new ‘pet’ enter my ‘bunny hole.’ Charging the Lovehoney Desire Rechargeable Rabbit vibrator is really easy. The jack can be put through a hole on the storage case, so that the vibrator can be charged discreetly. This is a unique feature that I’ve only encountered since owning the Lovehoney Desire Rechargeable Rabbit Vibrator.
The silicone is wonderfully smooth, and the buttons are very intuitive and user-friendly. There are three buttons; the (+) to increase the intensity, the (o) to change between modes and (-) to decrease intensity. Speaking of modes and intensities, the Lovehoney Desire Rechargeable Rabbit vibrator has 8 modes and 12 intensities. The modes are listed in the manual as follows:
Make of that what you will, its not the most descriptive page in the manual. I would describe them as follows:
Pattern 1 = Constant vibration in ears and shaft.
Pattern 2 = Constant vibration in shaft. No vibration in ears.
Pattern 3 = Constant vibration in ears. No vibration in shaft.
Pattern 4 = Slow wave pulse in the ears, continuous vibration in shaft.
Pattern 5 = Fast wave pulse in ears, continuous vibration in shaft.
Pattern 6 = Intermittent pulses in shaft with steady back and forth of the ears.
Pattern 7 = Faster pulses in shaft, with two pulses in ears followed by a longer vibration.
Pattern 8 =Fast pulses in shaft with a heartbeat ‘lub-dub’ style pattern in the ears.
It’s allin the ears
Being a lady that needs clitoral stimulation to climax, my favourite patterns are 1 and 3. If the ears aren’t going, I won’t be coming, it’s that simple, so Pattern 2 does not a lot for me. With Patterns 4 through 8, some are better than others, but it really is about the ear action for me. Hence continuous vibrations in those work best. What else can I say about the ears? I really like the ears on the Lovehoney Desire Rechargeable Rabbit vibrator, as they seem to stroke all around my clitoris and my inner labia, like two smooth fingers giving a very pleasurable massage.
Last but not least, there is a travel lock feature that means the Desire rabbit won’t suddenly spring to life when in transit or stowed away. Simply press and hold both the (+) and (-) buttons for 5 seconds to lock or unlock. The lock also deactivates when you plug the rabbit into a USB port.
Does the Lovehoney Desire Rechargeable Rabbit Vibrator fulfill Bunny’s desires?
My final thoughts on the Desire Luxury Rabbit, are why didn’t I get it sooner? I rate it 9.5/10 basing my score on its orgasm capability, its ease of use and the level of detail / thought that has gone into creating it. The only reason I’m not giving it 10/10 is because I don’t like some of the patterns. Otherwise it’s my ideal rabbit!
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The Adrien Lastic Smart Dream Vibrating egg had been on my Lovehoney wish-list for some time. I’d been debating whether to buy or not, since it is a slightly more expensive toy in the mid-range of pricing, at £74.99. I’d only tried one egg previously (the Annabelle Knight Yes! Powerful Vibrating Love Egg), which is battery-operated. I was thus looking to go for something rechargeable. The Adrien Lastic Smart Dream fit the bill for this purpose. Moreover, it has a clitoral arm, 10 vibration modes, 2 powerful motors, a remote control and is ‘whisper quiet.’
What’s In the Egg box?
The packaging is a white cardboard flip-lid box. It is encased by a white card sleeve displaying a glossy image of the egg. The branding / product description is embossed in silver. In the box, the Smart Dream egg (a bright and fun fuchsia pink, with black rings around the centre), sits nestled in a foam insert. Remove this, and under a card flap sits the remote control unit, USB charging cable, white satin pouch, Lithium 3V CR2032 battery and product literature. A 2-year warranty comes in the box too.
First things first, I read the instructions on charging and operating the egg. Seems fairly simple, as I will describe below. I attempt to open the battery cover on the Remote Control Unit, and damn and blast, it is sealed really tight! Not to mention, the remote is a bit flimsy-looking so I am terrified I am going to break it (or wrench my thumb nail off trying to open the compartment!) Luckily Mr Bunny was able to open the compartment and save the day using one of his little tools. With battery inserted, the remote would operate, but the egg needed a good charging.
There is a little indent in the silicone on the back of the egg, to insert the USB jack. The jack end is slightly angled to fit against the curve of the egg. It needs pushing in really firmly so that the red LED indicator on the egg illuminates.
Works like a Dream
Smart Dream takes about 2-hours to fully charge, and it will turn itself off once fully charged. The red LED light will go out too. When turning on the egg, simply press the power button on the front of the egg (under the black band) for 3 seconds. A single vibration indicates it will respond to the remote control, whilst 2 vibrations mean it is not receptive to the remote. The remote itself is very simple and has two buttons; a power button to switch the egg on and off, and a function button (with the Adrien Lastic logo) to cycle through the 10 vibration modes. I will attempt to describe the 10 modes as best as I can:
Low frequency continuous vibrations.
Continuous vibrations (medium frequency).
Continuous vibrations (high frequency).
Six fast pulses followed by a longer pulse, repeated.
Ascending / descending wave.
Ascending pulses, repeated.
Seventeen higher frequency slow pulses, followed by fast pulsing.
Eleven fast pulses, followed by low frequency continuous vibrations (5 seconds).
Approx. twenty-five fast pulses, followed by higher frequency continuous vibrations (5 seconds).
In use, I find the egg to consist of a lovely soft silicone with barely any drag. It inserts easily with a dollop of some water-based lubricant. The clitoral arm nestles neatly against my clitoris. I can walk around, sit, and bend down all with relative ease and no discomfort. I could hear the vibrations as a slight hum when I was in a silent room. I’m sure if surrounded by enough background noise it will be indiscernible.
As for the strength of the vibrations, they are certainly stimulating and help create arousal. But even with the stronger vibrations I could wear the egg for the entire duration that it remained charged (a couple of hours) and I did not orgasm. I see it as more a teaser, to help create some fun foreplay between a couple on a romantic evening, or even on a date night, to follow up with some more ‘interactive’ play later on.
More than one way to use this egg
We tried wearing the Smart Dream during intercourse. Simply insert the clitoral arm into the vagina under your partner’s penis, and rest the egg part on your clitoris. I did not find the vibrations quite strong enough to bring me to orgasm, but my other half enjoyed the vibrations. I think it’ll be a good toy for couples who want to share a toy for creating anticipation. Those who want to try a couple’s vibrator but don’t want to spend £160 for a We-Vibe Sync may find the Smart Dream a good option. On the other hand, the We-Vibe Unite may be a good competitor to the Adrien Lastic Smart Dream. The Unite gets an average of 4/5 stars, based on over 10 reviews.
Cleaning of the Adrien Lastic Smart Dream Vibrating Egg is fairly simple; just use some toy cleaner or soap with warm water and leave to air dry. The egg is splash proof so don’t immerse. Hence it won’t be suitable for use in a bath. To summarise, this egg gives a bit of buzz to help set the mood for some couples fun. Alternatively, use it solo to add some excitement whilst going about your day!
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I bought this wand from StarSexToys. I love glass toys, especially dildos. This wand looks attractive, and the bend seems like it should target the G-spot like a homing missile!
I like to use the Crystal G wand, after warming up with my vibrating silicone wand on my clitoris. The bend is sublime, making it reach that magic erogenous zone, and giving it the pressure it needs (with some strategic thrusts) to induce a toe-curling orgasm. I was using the silicone wand on my clitoris throughout my play time with this glass wand, as I generally need clitoral stimulation to climax. The result was pleasurable waves of blended orgasmic delight. I was truly wet after playing with this wand. I could possibly squirt with it in the future.
Tracey Cox 10 Function Silicone Wand
This wand is the best battery-powered toy I own. I think it may be my favourite battery vibrator! It lives in my bedside cabinet, so it’s always at hand when I need an orgasmic release. More about the toy itself, it comes packaged in the black and pink Tracey Cox Supersex themed box. To be honest I didn’t bother keeping it in the box, I just use a satin drawstring bag for it.
It looks lovely and sleek, and the silicone feels soft and smooth. To operate, simply twist the base off, insert two AA batteries then replace the base. The single button is all there is to get you through the vibrator’s settings, but it pushes smoothly unlike some other similar vibrators. I usually just use the first three functions, which are the continuous vibrations in increasing speeds. I don’t really like the patterns. Despite using batteries, the Tracey Cox wand has decent power. I find the vibrations are more rumbly than buzzy.
Bottom line, this toy never fails to give me orgasms. I use it alone, or team it with a dildo for blended clitoral and G-spot stimulation. I cannot rate it highly enough, and even though my first one died, Lovehoney kindly replaced it and its successor is still my go-to toy!
To get your very own Tracey Cox ‘magic’ wand visit Lovehoney, where it can be purchased for £34.99.
Lovehoney Mains Powered Classic Wand Vibrator
I wanted this version rather than the white and purple Lovehoney one, as black just looks sexier to me. It comes in the standard pink and white Lovehoney box, with a clear plastic tray to contain it.
The power cord is a good length. Our socket at the foot of the bed is still within reach. Importantly, I read instructions before use, which is a must, as I found out you can only run the toy for a maximum of 15 minutes in a single session. Also, when you turn the mains on, the switch on the wand needs to be in the ‘Off’ position.
The click wheel is easy to use, and the power does ramp up quite quickly (as does the noise). You need to use copious lube with this wand, or it might chafe somewhat as the silicone is a little on the draggy side. I tried it out on my neck, shoulders and back, which felt good, after being in a bad posture whilst feeding the baby.
On more intimate areas, the wand really does get me going pretty quickly. Clitoral and labial stimulation is really nice, and I could orgasm fairly quickly. Teamed up with a G-spot vibe, I had spectacular blended orgasms that rolled on for several minutes and left me with abs that felt like they’d had a workout!
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Since owning my Lovehoney Plug-in wand and hearing about other people’s experience with the Doxy Plug-in wand, I’ve lusted after the UK-built ‘power toy.’ It is available in black, white, pink and purple, and usually retails at about £89.99. I got mine whilst on offer at Forbidden Pleasures (the first time I had used said retailer). Dispatch was prompt and the package was discreetly plain.
My first impression on opening the box is that the Doxy is a sizeable pleasure instrument, by comparison to the Lovehoney Mains Powered Classic wand.
Doxy has a length of 14.5 inches from head to the end of the flex surrounding the power cord. Its body is ABS plastic and aluminium, with three silicone buttons (power, ‘+’ and ‘-‘) and a hypoallergenic medical-grade PVC head.
By contrast the Lovehoney wand is about 2 inches shorter, and is constructed from plastic (latex-free and phthalate-free). It operates using a scrolling click wheel.
Instructions for the Doxy say that either water-based or silicone-based lubricants are possible to use. Meanwhile, the Lovehoney wand’s leaflet advises to only use water-based lubricant.
Cleaning either of these wands will require a soft damp cloth and toy cleaner. The head of the Lovehoney wand does have concentric circling ridges (5 in total) around its circumference, so this makes for more rigorous cleaning to ensure all gunk is removed. The Doxy’s head is completely smooth, and so is far easier to clean.
Giving the wands a whirr
Speed settings of the Lovehoney wand range from approximately 5000 RPM up to 6500 RPM. Doxy’s settings cover a wider range of intensities, from 3000 RPM – 9000 RPM. Now that’s impressive! Another feature the Doxy boasts is a plug top power supply unit (PSU), which means a low DC voltage travels into the massager. With a simple plug adaptor, you can use your Doxy all over the world!
Powering on the Doxy, it rumbles into life. Going from slowest to fastest vibrations there are approximately 8 levels. There is a ‘Pulse’ setting; to operate simply switch off the Doxy then press and hold the power button for 2 seconds. Releasing the power button will enable the pulse, whereby vibrations ramp up from lowest intensity to highest, on a looping cycle. It’s also possible to vary the time it takes for the ascending vibrations to build, by pressing the (+) and (-) buttons.
This function seems a useful feature for a Dominant partner to use on a submissive for edge play, or for a solo session where you want to delay reaching climax.
The large head on the Doxy Plug-in vibrating wand massager means it transmits its rumbling vibrations all over the vulva. This ensures clitoral and labial coverage is maximised. I like to use the Doxy on a lower intensity to start with, as it is powerful enough even at lower speeds to arouse the erogenous areas. Within mere minutes I can cum from the deep core-gasm rumbles of it’s wide head. I’d love to get some attachments for it, to put it to use against my g-spot too.
The Doxy is good at displacing lubricant at higher speeds though, so it is wise to start off at low intensities. Using it on my forearm to try and relieve some tension from a repetitive strain injury (not obtained from dildo diddling- honest!), I could see the silicone lubricant I was using being centrifugally forced out from under the head of the Doxy.
The Doxy Plug-in vibrating wand can be enjoyed by men as well as women. Social media discussions about its versatility at enhancing male masturbation highlight its use at stimulating the frenulum, perineum and scrotum. Besides, loads of guys like power tools, amiright? The Doxy is essentially a power tool!
Crank up the volume, whether it’s The Beach Boys or the Beastie Boys
The Doxy plug-in vibrating wand is a loud toy, and can be heard through doors and walls. For this reason, it is not going to be the best to use if you prefer to masturbate stealthily. As an indicator of it’s audibility, at the lowest speed, it is not quite audible through a closed door. This was with some good ol’ Classic FM blasting up from the hallway. I swear Mr Bunny cranks the volume up to a higher than ‘normal’ level for listening to in the kitchen! At the highest speed, the Doxy plug-in vibrating wand can be discernibly heard through the door (despite the background music). Moreover, I plugged it in our spare room, leaving it lying on the floor. Switched on at full intensity, it was heard through the wall adjoining my daughter’s room.
And I had a giggle when I went back to the spare room, and found the beast had propelled itself along the floor almost to the end of it’s power lead. The lead is 3m long too, so this highlights the force of the vibrations on the Doxy!
I like the Doxy for it’s aesthetic looks, its power and ability to induce toe-curling orgasms in minutes. I’d rate it 9/10, with the deduction in marks from 10 purely for its noise levels. Although I’ve only compared it with the Lovehoney wand here, a fellow blogger agreed that it’s the best mains-powered wand in its price-range (personal communication with the host at TheBrunetteReviews.com).
In North America
Tantus sell the original Doxy for $139.99 in the four colours stated.
A common fantasy for many couples is to invite a third person to play with them. But for a lot of couples the idea remains just that. There are several reasons why the fantasy may go unfulfilled. There may be trouble with identifying a suitable third party, whether they are male or female. It might be the case that the couple are concerned about damage to their relationship. Jealousy, feelings of inadequacy or guilt are possible outcomes of involving a third person in the bedroom. Then there are the details to think about; where should the play be instigated? In the couples’ home, in a hotel or in a ‘club’ environment? What will the third person be able to do with each partner of the couple, and how can play revolve around each person ‘equally’ so that no one feels overlooked?
Toys Toys Toys
One way of circumventing all these issues, is to use a toy instead of including a third person. A suction-cup dildo or strap-on harness secured to a piece of furniture can become the extra ‘male’ for a MMF scenario; this way the female in the couple gets to experience two orifices being filled at once. She can either have the dildo in her vagina, and thrust on it whilst performing oral sex on her partner, or she could experience double penetration, taking her partner’s penis in either her vagina or anus, whilst the toy is used in the other opening.
When it is time to ‘return the favour,’ and play out the FFM scenario, the male in the couple could either use a masturbator to stimulate his penis, whilst giving oral sex to his partner, or he could take a dildo in his anus during penetrative sex with his lover. Another variation is to have his partner ‘peg’ him (perform anal sex on him with a strap-on dildo or a strapless one such as a Realdoe or Feeldoe), whilst using a an oral sex simulator at the same time. Thus it seems a threesome could be easily turned into a reality, by using toys in the bedroom.
Role play fantasies
For other adventurous play, costumes can be worn and props can be included to create a ‘scene.’ For example, some common role-plays are:
teacher / student
nurse / patient
boss / employee
housewife / workman
two strangers in a bar.
Costumes can either be purchased ready-to-wear, or improvised with your own clothes. In most of the scenarios mentioned above, there is ‘Dominant and submissive’ interplay. One role-play I tried with Mr Bunny previously was that of the ‘sexy cop’ and defendant. I purchased the Music Legs cop costume (now discontinued), which consists of dress and belt, hat, truncheon, cuffs and cop’s badge.
The dress is good, though it definitely requires the belt to cinch in the waist. The hat was pleasing too, and made a handy makeshift ‘blindfold.’ The accessories were very cheap though; the baton felt like it would crush very easily, and the handcuffs were plastic and very flimsy. I did not bother with them, instead using the Lovehoney Tease Me set I already owned.
I got dressed up, complete with fishnet stockings and suspender belt, and wore my suede boots too. Mr Bunny grinned when he saw me. Though I soon wiped the cheekiness from his face as I made my ‘arrest,’ then interrogated him thoroughly. We then went on to enjoy some of the hottest sex we’d had in ages. He certainly was stimulated by his ‘arrest,’ while I enjoyed playing the bad cop!
Fun without costumes
It is not necessary to wear a costume, to partake in some Dominant / submissive interplay. Moreover, if you don’t feel comfortable playing a character, props such as ties and blindfolds can be an effective way for a Dominant to take control, while the submissive yields to their Master or Mistress. A nice beginners Tie and Tease set is available for a reasonable price.
By fulfilling our fantasies and enjoying a varied sex life, we enrich our relationships and improve intimacy. Besides, if something doesn’t work out quite how we envisaged, there are opportunities for laughing about it together, which also strengthens the bond between couples.
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Fleshlight’s Stamina Training Unit. Reviews written by Quiet James
“The Fleshlight Pink Lady Stamina Training Unit (STU) is the third masturbator I’ve bought. I first purchased a Tracey Cox Supersex Stroker, followed by a Tenga 3D Zen. I loved and still love the Stroker. But I’m disappointed with the 3D Zen, particularly after the rave reviews others gave it. One aspect of the 3D Zen I don’t like is the texture. As the Fleshlight is a similar toy, it was the one aspect that gave me reservations about buying one.
Fleshlight’s Stamina Training Unit is an impressive beast. It weighs in at 646g and is 25cm long, with a 9cm diameter at the business end. The inner sleeve is contained in a tough plastic case. This is adjustable at the closed end to alter the amount of suction within the sleeve. Unscrewing the top reveals a pretty pink vagina; a nice touch is the addition into the mould of a clitoris. It is purely aesthetic as it has no effect on the STU’s performance. Soaking the inner sleeve in a basin of warm water for about 10 minutes pre-heats the STU. Meanwhile, I undress and watch a video to get me in the mood.
Getting a grip
I like to use the Fleshlight lube on the head of my penis and dribble a fair amount into the STU. I then lie back and slip into the warm canal. Oh my God, the sensations are fantastic, realistic and very different to my other toys. As I pump the STU up and down, I find that to be perfect, the grip it has on my penis needs to be stronger. The only change that can be made for this, is the adjustable bottom cap.
Since I already use it firmly in the down position, there is no option to increase the suction. I’m tall and slim (75kg), so perhaps the girth of my penis does not suit this toy. However, one aspect that will make me return to this toy again and again is the sensation of warm lube on my pubic bone area. The length of the toy means that the lips of the vagina touched my pubic bone area on each down stroke. A small amount of lube (along with other fluid!) oozes out, feeling very pleasant and reminiscent of sexual intercourse. Despite the lack of grip, I’m able to play to completion and as you might imagine, it’s quite satisfying.
Cleaning the toy in warm water, with a bespoke cleaner is relatively easy. I leave it to air-dry and coat it with powder renewer before storing it away for next time. Overall I’d give it an eight out of ten and maybe it will be even better if I put some weight on!”
A glass wand dipped in silicone sounded like a great idea for a lover of both these versatile sex toy materials. When the lovely Jay at 4Playsure.co.uk offered an opportunity to test the Jopen Key Comet wand, I said youbetcha! I thanked the celestial sex toy Gods and eagerly awaited its delivery.
The wand arrived swiftly, in discreet plain packaging. Jopen’s box of delights consists of a black and turquoise flip-top opening cardboard case, within a coordinating sleeve. Inside are the wand surrounded in a foam insert, instruction leaflet and satin drawstring pouch. The less said about the pouch the better- it’s synthetic fibres make my lips purse in a disapproving way. Surely a toy as elegant as the Jopen Key Comet wand deserves a more silky robe?!
Luckily, I’m not reviewing the packaging. It’s all about the wand…Eyeing it up in the box, I could see its gorgeous curved lines and hook-like bulbous end. The metallic Key motif adds a bit of bling, but essentially I do not see the point to it. It’s only purpose seems to be to state that the toy is of a superior quality. I think the wand can say that all by itself. Lifting the Jopen Key Comet out of the box, is like taking a precision instrument out of its case. The weighty feel of the glass body tells you it means business. All 263g of it! The silicone feels smooth, but with enough resistance to grab at your inner pleasure spot.
Gee whizz! That’s big! All the better for targeting the big G!
At the bulbous end, the circumference measures 5 inches; now if that is not enough girth to grab at the Graftenburg, then I don’t know what will! Due to the firmness and head-size of the Jopen Key Comet, it takes a bit of ‘warming up’ and copious water-based lubricant to set it on its path as a trailblazer.
I give it this term because although glass sex toys targeting the G spot are not a new concept, silicone-coated glass is. At least to me.
Getting the angle of entry was a bit tricky to begin with, and this is where the pre-warm up is important; the curve in the shaft really does make the Comet feel like a bit of a sledgehammer, if it is wielded awkwardly. It needs to be coaxed into position, and rather than thrusting, a more subtle rocking action is required.
Admittedly, I do find G spot orgasms kind of bewildering; I like the build up of pressure but at the same time I dislike the ‘oh my gosh I’m going to pee!’ sensation. In this way they have the Marmite effect with me. I simultaneously love it, and loathe it! The best way to proceed, I find is to either use a silicone vibrator or my Satisfyer Pro 2 on my clitoris at the same time. That way I get over the dreaded fear of wetting myself as I’m distracted by my clitoral climax, whilst having the weight of the Jopen Key Comet pulsing on my inner front wall. The friction from the silicone works a treat here, as glass on its own can become too slippery.
As a word of warning, the handle of the Comet can become awkward to handle if too much lubricant covers it, so have some tissues handy to wipe away any excess. Removing the wand takes care too, as if done too quickly it can get caught behind the pubic bone. That kind of action can take the glow away from a girl’s afterglow quicker thana comet shoots across the night sky.
Treated with respect, the Jopen Key Comet can give a lot of pleasure with not a great deal of effort. Ideal for lazy summer evenings. Just mind the margaritas and there’ll be no pubic bashing. I’d rate the Jopen Key Comet 8.5/10 based on its aesthetic appearance, G-spot targeting ability and ease of use. It is available in blue from 4Playsure.co.uk, for £103.99.
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I felt really privileged to be asked to review the Sqweel XT for this blog. It was with a sense of anticipation that I waited for it to be delivered. When it was, I opened it with eagerness.
The Sqweel XT comes in a clear- fronted box, also containing an extra wheel, USB charger cable and instruction booklet. The Sqweel XT needs to be fully charged before you can use it for the first time. You can charge it either directly from a laptop or from a wall plug if you have an adaptor. Charging takes approximately 2 hours, and provides about an hour’s play time.
To turn the Sqweel XT on you have to press one of the two buttons on the side of the hand-grip. Pressing the button again cycles the toy through the various speeds and cycles (three of each). A travel lock can be applied by pressing both buttons together.
The Sqweel XT simulates oral sex by using rotating wheels with tongues that stimulate the shaft of the penis. Unfortunately for me it didn’t. Starting with the softer of the two wheels, I applied a good water-based lube to my erect penis, turned on the Sqweel XT and slid my penis between the tongues. I felt nothing but the lightest feather touch. Since it simulates oral sex, it’s not going to be the strongest of vibrations. But even cycling through the other speeds and cycles left me wanting. I had to finish off by other means. The same feelings were experienced using the firmer wheel. Even though I could feel a slighter firmer tickle, it was still just that.
The Sqweel XT is totally waterproof so cleaning is simple enough. Run it under a tap or take it in the shower with you, then leave it to air-dry. There’s a tiny hole in the top of the toy that allows any water to drain out of it should you submerge it. Just remember to stand it on its head while it dries. The wheels are just as easy to clean.
What can I say? After a string of failures with other toys, I really wanted to like this toy. Unfortunately it’s not for me; I like fairly strong vibrations in a toy to get me off, but even at its fastest speed this just doesn’t supply them. For me it really is more of a teaser than a pleaser.
Thank you @1Stutographer for providing your honest feedback!
The Sqweel XT does seem to obtain mixed reviews from those I have seen on other sites.
It may be that it is more of a foreplay style toy than a ‘main-event’ toy. And it may be better on the glans of the penis rather than the shaft. Though what do I know…I don’t have a penis!
I’d read comparisons between the Womanizer toys and the offerings from Satisfyer. It seemed to me that the decision to purchase a Satisfyer Pro 2 was a clear no-brainer, given the ratings of its orgasmic capability. Moreover it’s a satisfyingly lot cheaper! I’ll confess, I had no idea that Satisfyer had the range of clitoral stimulators that they do. Then Little Switch Bitch told me she had all 5 of them; yes, there are that many! For those, like me who did not realise, here is a quick lesson on the different models, courtesy of Satisfyer’s website.
Satisyer 1 is a battery-powered, pressure wave vibrator with a single push button.
Satisfyer 2 takes the model a step further with a +/- button (much better for cycling between the 11 ‘intensive’ programs!)
Satisfyer Pro Deluxe is magnetically USB rechargeable, and is an oval design.
Satisyer Pro 2 reverts back to the longer handled slim-line design, whilst maintaining the rechargeable element. The head sits at right angles to the handle.
Satisfyer Pro Penguin is also USB rechargeable, via the magnetic contacts. It has a curved head, and the clitoral silicone ‘suction cup’ appears slightly wider in aperture than that on the Pro 2. The colour is ridiculously pink too! It has been awarded an iF Design Award 2017…ooh!
Bunny gets some satisfaction
Onto the Pro 2 review; as a lady who enjoys clitoral stimulation, I was keen to see what Satisfyer’s touch-free pressure wave technology would bring to Bunny’s toy stash. More importantly, would it leave me satisfied? Before it could be used, it required a charge courtesy of its funky magnetic USB cable. During charging, the red LED light (sited on the back of the handle, between the two buttons) flashes. Once fully-charged, this LED will remain illuminated.
The round button turns the Satisfyer on and off, whilst the larger oval button goes through the 11 intensity settings. Once you get to the highest level, continuing to press this button reverses through the intensities. Though the box describes it as having a whisper mode, I don’t think it can actually get away with this claim. Even at the lowest setting there is a discernible chug, akin to an inflatable mattress pump.
In use, I find that adding lubricant (water-based of course), around the silicone suction cup helps create a good seal around my clitoris, allowing me to feel the full benefit of those pressure waves. I like the intensity at about 7-8 out of the 11 settings to get me going on that orgasm-seeking path. Anything below that is not going to get things going anytime soon. The sensations are similar to someone sucking on your clitoris, which is pleasant but I would find it incredibly difficult to orgasm from that alone. To increase the intensity, (in addition to ramping up the pressure waves to full-blast) I find massaging over my pubic bone really helps. By doing this, I can orgasm in about 5-10 minutes. These climaxes are less intense than the ones I would get from a dual action vibrator such as a rabbit, but they are nonetheless enjoyable.
Testing in the bath
As the Satisfyer is waterproof, I decided to test in the bath. Did this make achieving orgasm any easier? Maybe to a degree it did, since the water will help with sealing the silicone head around the clitoris. But I think its safe to say the jury is still out on that verdict. Considering the reasonable price tag of this toy, (£65.99 RRP), I would expect maybe one or two extras in the box, like a storage pouch and a spare silicone head. I have no idea of the life-time expectancy of the head, and I suppose ultimately it depends upon how often the Satisfyer is used, as well as how well you look after it. I would expect at least 6 months though, all being well that I don’t lose the thing!
What more can I say about the Satisfyer? It looks a bit like an ear thermometer (as others before me have pointed out), and apart from the name etched into the casing on the front of the handle, it does not scream out that it is a sex toy. How do I rate it?
orgasm rating = 7.5/10,
appearance = 9/10,
usability = 10/10
value = 8.5/10
overall = 9/10
Bottom line, it left me feeling satisfied, the way a decent brew will on a cold wintery day!
Buy and be satisfyed…
In the UK, please visit 4Playsure.co.uk to purchase the Satisfyer Pro 2 for £65.99.