Gee WilikersI think that this toy falls in the "simply not that exciting" category. The quality leaves something to be desired, but it's small and quiet, which makes it good for travel. It all depends on what you're looking for.
Hard to clean
That being said, everything that you might need to know about it can be pretty easily described by anyone, so here goes:
This small purple vibrator can fit easily into the palm of your hand, which makes it very discreet in size if not in design. It's compact for travel, which is probably the best thing about it. If you have to leave all of your other toys behind in favor of something small that you wouldn't be heartbroken to have to throw out in a panic to keep hidden, this is a great toy.
It took me quite some time to figure out how to get the batteries into this thing, and in my explorations, I actually wound up pulling the light purple top section clean off, exposing the motor. I'm not sure if this is an intentional feature, but I am thinking that it must not be, as the packaging states that this toy is waterproof. Either way, I would be afraid to insert it and wind up having to fish the "cap" out. It did provide the interesting experience of getting to see the motor, though, which is a weighted semicircle that rotates at varying frequencies.
This toy is ridged in the middle section, which some might find pleasurable but which undoubtedly makes it a pain in the ass to get clean. If it weren't electronic and could simply be thrown in the dishwasher, it would be less of a problem, but for that reason alone I wouldn't bother to insert this.
The vibrations themselves are pretty quiet on all five settings, which are low, medium, high, pulse and then an escalating pulse function. It turns on with the push of a large button on the base, which means that it's pretty easy to switch from one function to another.
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