Delight click 'n' charge - g-spot rabbit vibrator by Fun Factory - review by chicmichiw

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Don't Do the Delight

Ouch. This toy has too many faults. The shape was ineffective for me personally and is more suitable for women with shallow G-spots, making it very anatomy dependent and kind of a dice roll for future buyers. However, even disregarding this subjective fault, the Delight is wimpy, wimpy, wimpy in vibrating power. It's also fairly loud and doesn't stimulate the clitoris like it's supposedly designed to do. Pass on this one.
Published:
Pros:
Great handle
Overall design is good
Flexible silicone is comfortable
Cons:
Ineffective clitoral bump
Weak and buzzy
Stimulates my bladder, not my G-spot
Anatomy-depdendent
Rating by reviewer:
2
extremely useful review

Use

The Delight is a multi-material, rechargeable, C-shape vibrator designed to stimulate the G-spot and the clitoris at the same time. The dramatic curve of the tip of the Delight is intended to exert pressure on the G-spot while a small bump on the inside curve is positioned over the motor to transmit vibrations to the clit. The Delight will likely not please with thrusting stimulation, though gentle rocking is definitely an option. For this same reason, the Deligh cannot service with deep penetration.

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The Delight could be used as a couples' toy, but probably with difficulty. It's very much a 'feel for yourself', 'you're at the wheel' sort of toy.

The Delight is great for:
1. Those with shallow G-spots
2. Those who've found they have trouble inserting toys due to angles -- the Delight has a great handle

The Delight will not please:
1. Those who need stronger vibrations, which is subjective, but --
2. The buzzy vibrations do not transmit internally very well either.
3. Those with deeper G-spots.

There are a number of things going for the Delight that have pleased me in other Fun Factory toys -- great, comfy, squishy silicone; attractive overall design; waterproof; magnetic charging...the list goes on. But I am so disappointed in the Delight. Some of my reasons are subjective, which I'll mention for the sake of anyone similarly shaped to me, but I tried not to criticize the Delight too much for it. Other reasons, however, I felt are legitimate shortcomings on the Delight's part. Stay with me and I'll explain.

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  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Tub/shower/pool
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

I love a dual-material toy -- they look flash, and certainly in black and white, Delight looks sharp!

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The Handle:
The handle of the Delight is made of hard plastic. Here's how I like to hold it in my hand -- I'd like to note that even though I have small fingers, I definitely could not fit 2 fingers into the loop.

I noticed that none of the stock photos really showed that Delight has a funny little skunk stripe down the middle. The handle is not 100% just one of the colors shown, like it seems it might be from the side.

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The Squishy Silicone Tip:
The tip has quite a bit of flex. The tip may be extended almost completely 180 degrees or curved in until it touches the other side of the S-curve. This doesn't seem to hurt the toy and the silicone seems like it's totally solid, nothing inside the actual tip of the toy. (To me, this may explain why the vibrations are muted, though the clitoral nub itself is positioned directly over the motor. Good try, Fun Factory, but no cigar.)

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    • Flexible
    • Not porous at all

Design / Shape / Size

The Curve:
I've tried the Comet G by Jopen -- that dramatic curve does good things for me. But likely, it's because there's some length to it. By contrast, the Delight is itty bitty and reaches inside only about 2". This is very short, designed for very shallow G-spots. Unfortunately, this is where a lot of the spongy tissue of my bladder is. Delight just makes me want to pee, and that's uncomfortable.

The Delight can be further inserted, which is a saving grace, but it must then be held at angle away from the body, levering the entire toy. The clitoral nub and the shaft of the toy, which provides the clitoral stimulation, will not be held against the body. This was the Delight's major downfall for me -- without clitoral stimulation, even though Delight promised it, I wasn't going to orgasm.

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I was able to use another, external clitoral toy with the Delight, which saved the experience and allowed me to concentrate then on just the G-spot stimulation Delight can provide. Don't get me wrong -- Delight has some good things going for it, but its vibrations don't live up.

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The Clitoral Nub:
The Delight has no texture, save that little nub. The handle is totally smooth, the silicone is squishy but matte. That nub -- I have issues with it. If you're the sort of person who enjoys rubbing stimulation and pressure over vibration, this may work for you. If you love your vibrations, it will not. For me, I like pressure and rubbing but I adore my vibrations and the wimpy wimpy vibes actually distract me -- it's almost like they're taunting me. Not cool, Delight.

Also, for me, as a cis woman with a clitoris situated more than 1" away from my vaginal opening, the clitoral nub actually nestles very near my vaginal opening, too near it for clitoral stimulation. This is likely because I insert the Delight farther so that my G-spot is actually stimulated -- this is way too many variables for a toy to incorporate and hope to please everyone. Beware of this before you get the Delight -- it's very anatomy-dependent.
    • Anatomy dependent
    • Ergonomic

Functions / Performance / Controls

From pictures, I'm sure you can see the prominent seam that runs laterally through the Delight. I'm happy to say that this is totally un-felt during use and you needn't worry. However, from these pictures alone I can even see how much lint Delight attracts. For those of you for whom this a pet peeve, Delight excels at attracting hairs and lint -- all of my Fun Factory vibes do, actually.

Functions:
The Delight has no patters, only steady vibes. And they are sad. The Delight has, at its disposal, 4 levels of paltry vibrations, ranging from 1 vroom to a buzzy, shy 3 vrooms. For an insertable toy, this is unacceptable -- inserting a toy means that the vibrations must be stronger to pass through more and denser material.

To turn the toy on, simply press the + button, found at the top of the upper curve of the toy. Click through to get to the highest setting; the - button allows you the freedom to go back down to previous levels. Clicking the - button after reaching the lowest level will turn the toy off.

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Charging Behavior:
The Delight, like the Stronic, FOU and UFO (which I also own) all charge via Fun Factory's Click n Charge technology which is a curse and a strength. I love rechargeable, magnetic toys because it means the charging ports may be exposed without being in danger and of course, the toy may be used after a brief period, considering some planning, whether or not you have batteries on hand.

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However, the Delight is such a curvy toy, you'll likely not find a very good position to charge it in. I had to hang mine from a ledge to get the charge to want to stay on. How annoying.

One thing to note -- while the Delight is fully charged, you can see the red light in the control panel blinking at you while the toy is off and you're not touching any of the buttons. I thought this was a bit odd.

The Water Test:
The Delight is sad. The Delight makes me sad.

I use the water test in order to show you, the person who can only visually witness the vibrational power of toys, with a shallow basin of water. Rumbly toys create ripples in the water that are large and far between while buzzy toys create tight, small ripples of water. Powerful toys in general will move the water around a lot, splashing it. The Delight shows that it's less powerful than the Bloom, which I would support by the 'feel' of the toy in actual use. Shown to compare the Delight are the Leaf Fresh (rated at 4 vrooms) and the Jimmyjane Form 2 (which I rated at 5 vrooms).


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fresh wt

Care and Maintenance

The Delight is, at least, easy to care for. The seams between the two materials, hard plastic and the squishy silicone, are flush to each other and don't seem to harbor any fluids. Additionally, the silicone ends and the plastic begins pretty high up -- probably higher and farther away from the 'play surface'. The buttons seem safe from fluids as well and the magnetic charging port is safely hidden around the back. Immersing the Delight, as I've tested, is a-okay.

As the silicone part of the toy makes up the main play surface, water-based lubes are your best bet -- I recommend Sliquid organics gel for those with sensitive coochies that don't want to skimp on experience, thickness and comfort. Premium silicone lubes may be patch tested, though at your own risk. Oil-based lubes are an option.

Packaging:
Fun Factory is sometimes a funny duck about their packaging -- their 'free vibes' line, a line containing the UFO and the FOU, came with with classy, champagne-colored bags that were excellent for throwing in an overnight bag or just touching from time to time (despite these toys being a slightly lower price range). However, the Stronic and the Delight came with nada. A little disappointing. The Delight's original box, however, is a decent option for storage. Traveling options, however -- you're on your own.
    • Easy to clean
    • No included travel options

Packaging

The Delight comes with minimal packaging -- a store-display style case, an include charger box, a manual, toyfluid (Fun Factory's own lubricant) and that's it. No travel bag, so very store-able box... A little disappointing for the price point.

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Comments
  • js250
    js250  
    Great review--nicely detailed! (I loved mine...it has more power in water than yours--maybe you got a faulty one??)
  • married with children
    married with children  
    great review, thanks for sharing.
  • ImaGodiva
    ImaGodiva  
    Nice review. I like mine, but it took some experimenting to get the right angle.
  • wicked48
    wicked48  
    Great review! Love the photos of the water test!
  • Living Doll
    Living Doll  
    Fantastic review! The water test pictures are super helpful.
  • padmeamidala
    padmeamidala  
    Thanks for a great review
  • ththpup
    ththpup  
    Very informative, thanks
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