I have the Vr6 and Vr3. The Vr3 I'm very happy with. Its shape is ergonomic and, as all of the vibrators in the Vanity line are, it's very, very powerful for a rechargeable. Think 50% to 75% more powerful than the LELO line. I personally
I have the Vr6 and Vr3. The Vr3 I'm very happy with. Its shape is ergonomic and, as all of the vibrators in the Vanity line are, it's very, very powerful for a rechargeable. Think 50% to 75% more powerful than the LELO line. I personally have found the shape of the Vr6 does not work for me at all, however, from reading reviews, it obviously works well for others, so take this with as many grains of salt as you would like. I can just tell you why it didn't work for me.
I was looking for a vibrator that would be like the LELO Ina, but more powerful and with independently controlled g-spot and clitoral arms. I thought I wanted the the clitoral arm to be stiffer than Ina, as I like a lot of pressure. However, it turned out to be a case of "be careful what you wish for." The clitoral arm is very stiff and inflexible. If I placed it over my clit, it was like a clamp on my pubic bone. I tried using it by only inserting it till the g-spot hump was just inside but apparently my g-spot is deep and this was not enough to stimulate it. Also, using it this way, with the external arm touching my clit like the tip of a finger, was uncomfortable because it was too... pointy. I guess I like flat pressure and that is why the Vr3 works so well for me: it has a flat pad on the clit arm. Again, let me reiterate that this is all my own very specific personal preference and your mileage may vary greatly.
Also, my Vr6 broke today! I'm sure it's my fault though. I was stretching the clitoral arm somewhat aggressively to try to make it more flexible (I don't even know why was doing this as I wasn't even "using" it at the time) and the silicone snapped. Now I would still say the Vanity line is a well-constructed, luxury line of vibrators; maybe not quite up to LELO's construction, but well made nonetheless. Still, I will definitely be more careful with my Vr3.
Another thing I'd like to point out is that the Vr3 and Vr6 are pretty different. I can't speak for other models in the line but I would assume this is the case with those as well, seeing how the Vr7 and Vr10 are more traditional rabbits and a very different style of vibe. The clit arm of the Vr3 is very flexible and even the g-spot arm is a little flexible at the neck. This is in complete contrast with the Vr6, where the necks of both arms are pretty rigid. As a reference point, I would say the Vr3 provides the same amount of pressure, or maybe even a little less pressure, than the Ina.
I hope my experience with these two vibes will help you, and possibly others who stumble across this, make a decision as to what will work best for you. Again, this is just one person's experience so take it for what it's worth. I keep telling myself I'll write an ultimate luxury rabbit smackdown (i.e. comparison guide) between the Vr3, Vr6, Ina, and Soraya but just haven't found the time. Hopefully someday though. I hope my experience with the Vr6 doesn't necessarily turn anyone off to the Vanity line. I couldn't be happier with the Vr3 (which I won from Eden Cafe, by the way) and, again, I would like to say that the line is well-constructed; just don't be [i]too[/i] rough with it.
Here's a picture of the where the Vr6 broke (I hope I'm doing this right):
If that didn't work, here's a direct link to the image: