Noise level?

Kristen Kristen
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Question is for anybody who has used this toy before.... what would you rate the noise level at? I am looking to buy my first vibrator and I really don't think the noise factor would be a very big turn on the entire time. lol
11/22/2009
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Saraid Saraid
Hi Kristen,

I can't quite answer your question about that specific toy, but I can give you some recommendations I know are extremely quiet.

All of the insertable Fun Factory vibrators are quiet and are perfect if you don't like noise or you have a privacy concern. You can find the Generation 2 vibes by them on EF as well as the new vibes with the added booster button. However, they will cost you more, but they are 100% silicone and their motors are really built to last.

If you prefer to not have a toy that expensive, you can go to the following link which will take you to reviews of vibrators with low volume (1's and 2's on the scale). From there you can pick your type, price range, company, or anything else. Here is the link: link

I hope this helps. Good luck finding your first vibrator!
11/22/2009
Ciao. Ciao.
I also can't offer a specific experience with that toy...but one thing to consider is that it uses C-batteries...big freaking batteries that tend to make a fair bit of noise. We have one c-battery toy and while the strong vibes are something my partner loves it definitely makes it's fair share of noise. You can definitely check out noise reviews from the site as Saraid suggests...but if sound is your main concern stick to something with AAA batteries or a minivibe (which uses watch batteries) and you should have absolutely no problem. For what it's worth most AA's aren't going to be noisy to the point of distraction (at least not in my experience). More powerful toys take a little more getting used to.
11/22/2009
Kerin De Francis Kerin De Francis
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Originally posted by Kristen
Question is for anybody who has used this toy before.... what would you rate the noise level at? I am looking to buy my first vibrator and I really don't think the noise factor would be a very big turn on the entire time. lol
Hi Kristen,
The noise level on the Quivering Cock isn't bad at all. I mean, dont get me wrong, its not silent, but, its not loud at all. The Quivering Cock is a rubber sleeve over a regular plastic vibe. The rubber sleeve reduces the sound of the vibrator underneath. Also, once any vibrator is inserted, it always quites down even more. (just a little tid bit when you are checking out any vibrating piece). The Quivering Cock has been in the Doc Johnson line for a long time, and still sells really well for us. Great price, and good performance!
11/23/2009
Gary Gary
The Quivering Cock would make a great name for a bar!
11/23/2009
Rebecca Weinberg Rebecca Weinberg
And just a note on batteries. From my experience, noise level depends a lot on the interior design of the vibrator. The more insulation you have internally or externally, the quiter the vibrator. Another tip, keep the little paper inside your vibrator that tells you which direction your batteries are entered. Leave it wraped around you batteries when they are inserted. This should bring your vibrators noise down.
03/22/2010
skunked skunked
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Originally posted by Kristen
Question is for anybody who has used this toy before.... what would you rate the noise level at? I am looking to buy my first vibrator and I really don't think the noise factor would be a very big turn on the entire time. lol
The loudness isn't too terribly bad. I would say it's more rumble then vibration sounds
03/13/2011
Pegee03 Pegee03
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Originally posted by Kristen
Question is for anybody who has used this toy before.... what would you rate the noise level at? I am looking to buy my first vibrator and I really don't think the noise factor would be a very big turn on the entire time. lol
It's about average for this type of vibrator, but it's hard to describe. Quieter than a microwave? Definitely. Louder than a really quiet fridge? Maybe. It has a variable speed control, and naturally it's louder on high or when in contact with another object. Most vibrators use AA or AAA's, this uses C's, and they last a REALLY long time. Literally, at least 12 hours straight. Don't ask....
10/25/2012
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