Vanity Vr3

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3 is Not the Charm

The Vr3 is the third Jopen Vanity toy I've reviewed, all of which have earned three star reviews from me. I like the Vr3 a little better than the Vr2 or Vr4, but I definitely don't like it enough to give it 4 stars. The Vr3 has some nice features, and it provides decent g-spot stimulation. Unfortunately, the clitoral vibrations aren't strong enough for me, which is a complete dealbreaker in my books.
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Pros:
Silicone, waterproof, rechargeable, strong g-spot motor.
Cons:
Weak, buzzy clit vibrations.
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

The Vr3 is part of the Vanity line by Jopen. It's a dual stimulation vibrator, which stimulates the clitoris and g-spot. The Vr3 would be best for users looking for strong g-spot vibrations and moderate clitoral vibrations. It's quiet enough that those who live with others won't have to worry about being overheard. It's also waterproof, so you can enjoy some playtime in the tub or shower.

Material / Texture

The Vr3 is made from premium silicone, which covers the entire surface. It earns a perfect 10 on Eden's safety scale, and is non-porous, hypo-allergenic, and phthalate free. The silicone is smooth and soft, with a matte, velvety finish that feels quite luxurious. It has a slight amount of drag when unlubricated. The silicone is a thin layer over the insides of the toy, so it isn't plush and has very little give. There is some flexibility at the base of the g-spot stimulator and clit arm, where they connect to the handle. It is less flexible than the Vr4. I usually prefer hard toys so I can get more pressure, but the Vr3's flexibility doesn't really bother me. I don't get a lot of pressure from it, but I can get some.

Design / Shape / Size

The Vr3 has a fun, abstract design. It's total length of 6 1/2". It's not tiny, but it's smaller than most rabbit vibrators, which makes it easier to store and travel with. The insertable portion is 3 1/2" long, and 4 1/2" in circumference, which should be a good size for the average user. The length works well to reach my g-spot, and it's thick enough to satisfy me, but not extremely filling. The shape is easy and comfortable to insert. The bulge on the shaft applies a bit of pressure on the upper wall of my vagina. I get some g-spot stimulation from it, but it's nothing mind-blowing.



The clit stimulator is 2" long and due to the angle, it extends 1 1/4" up the shaft. My clit is located a little farther than that from my vagina (about 1 3/4"), but I just have to give the handle a slight tilt for it to easily make contact. It should be able to rach clits up to 2" away from the vagina. Unlike the Vr4, I'm able move the clit stimulator out of the way and substitute it with another clit vibrator.


The Vr3 with the Vr4 and Ina

Functions / Performance / Controls

I like the internal vibrations. They start off at a medium-low rumble, and increase to a strong vibration with a medium pitch. I'd give the g-spot motor 4 vrooms. They aren't as strong as the Vr4's vibrations, and I'm able to use it on high without getting that weird, itchy feeling inside.

The clit vibrations are not strong enough for me. They are buzzy, and range from 2 to 3 vrooms. They are about twice as strong on high as the Vr4's clit vibrations.

The Vr3 is a little louder than my other two Jopen's, but it still won't be heard through a door.

The vibrations are controlled by 2 buttons; the top one controls the g-spot motor and the bottom one controls the clit motor. The buttons are easy to use. Pressing the button turns the motor on, and holding it down increases the speed. To turn the toy off, you press the button again. There's no way to decrease the power, so you have to turn the toy off, then increase the power to your desired level. The buttons light up when the toy is on, and flash as the speed inchreases. I haven't had any issues with the buttons getting pressed accidentally.

The controls can be locked for travel, by holding both buttons down for about 3 seconds. To unlock it, you can repeat the process, or connect the toy to it's charger.

The Vr3 is rechargeable. All of the Vanity toys use the same charging cord. The charging port is located at the base of the handle. Although it is open, the Vr3 is still waterproof. The hole is tiny, and it manages to keep water out. It doesn't seem like it would, but somehow it works. I have submerged the Vr3, and it didn't cause any issues at all.



A full charge takes around 3 hours, and I found that it lasts for a bit over 3 hours of use. A light on the back of the handle glows red while the toy is charging, and turns off when it is fully charged. There is no way to check the level of charge, like with Zini or Jimmyjane toys, and no low battery warning light, like with Lelo's. When the battery runs out, the Vr3 will die suddenly during use. It doesn't become weaker as the power runs out.

Care and Maintenance

Since the Vr3 is made entirely from silicone and is completely waterproof, it's easy to clean. It can be washed with warm water and antibacterial soap, or you can use a toy cleaner. To sterilize the silicone, you can wipe it down with a 10% bleach solution. Vibrators shouldn't be boiled or put through the dishwasher, since that can damage the motor.

The Vr3 comes with a pouch than can be used for storage. Silicone toys can be stored together, or along with toys made from other non-reactive materials (plastic, glass, metal, or wood.) You should keep other soft material like jelly or TPR stored separately, to prevent the materials from reacting.

Silicone toys are compatible with water or oil based lubes. Silicone lubes can potentially damage the material. If you really want to use a silicone or hybrid lube, make sure to do a spot test on the handle first, to check for a reaction.

Packaging

The Vanity line comes in packaging that isn't quite up to par with other luxury toy companies. The box is made from thin, white cardboard, and isn't sturdy enough for storage. The top lifts off like a shoe box. It has a large V, and says Vanity by Jopen and Vr3. The bottom of the box shows a picture of the toy, and has a list of product features. A basic instruction manual is included, and the same manual is used for all the Vanity toys. The storage pouch is made from thin, black fabric and is very large - about 4 times as big as the toy itself.
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  • MVR
    MVR  
    You should try flipping the vibe around! I insert the clit part as far as I can and put the thicker shaft on my clit. It works wonders now! My clit is really far away from my vagina.... Like maybe 3 inches. I'm so glad this toy isn't useless now.
  • MVR
    MVR  
    You should try flipping the vibe around! I insert the clit part as far as I can and put the thicker shaft on my clit. It works wonders now! My clit is really far away from my vagina.... Like maybe 3 inches. I'm so glad this toy isn't useless now.
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