Highlighter OrangeThe Posh Teaser 3 by Cal Exotics is a beginner-friendly toy. The circumference of the shaft is not too large and the overall appearance of the toy is non-intimidating. Even though I prefer rumbly vibrations, I enjoyed the toy internally. It has a wider tip for g-spot stimulation, which I prefer over the more pointed tips. The toy is rather loud though on the highest vibration setting so it would be best used by those who do not need noise discretion with their toys.
Inside of the box, the toy sits inside of a plastic packaging. There is a very brief manual in this bag as well. The instructions state the batteries required, has a diagram of how to insert the batteries, warnings, and a chart of the 10 different functions that the toy has. The toy does not have any scent or taste to it.
What really caught my eye with this toy was the colour. The product page makes the colour of the toy look more like a coral-orange. I liked the product page colour but I love the actual colour even more. This toy is a lighter shade of orange but as bright as a highlighter! Even my photos don’t really show how bright the vibrator is.
Posh Teaser 3 is made of silicone and ABS (plastic). The shaft of the toy is the silicone material. The bottom of the vibrator (beneath the silver ring) is made of ABS, which is plastic. The plastic at the bottom of the vibrator has a coating to it, which makes it feel very velvety and smooth. The silver ring near the bottom of the vibrator is also made of ABS but does not have the velvety coating to it.
The toy has a wavy texture to the outer and inner sides of the shaft. There are only a couple of “veins” to the toy. These veins are just slightly raised lines that have a width between 1/8-2/8 of an inch. These lines are fairly subtle. The pronunciation of the lines is not even 1/8 of an inch off of the vibrator. Other than the “veins”, the silicone is smooth. The silicone is rather firm, with only a little give to it. The shaft isn’t flexible.
There is a seam line that runs up the front of the shaft and back down the back of the toy. I cannot feel it when the toy is inserted but I’m also not seam sensitive. There is quite a bit of drag to the silicone material when I run the toy along my arm. This can easily be remedied by using water-based lubricant with the toy. Only water-based lubricants should be used with Posh Teaser 3.
The total length of the toy is approximately 6 ¾ inches. The insertable length is just less than 5 ¾ inches. You could always insert the toy a bit further if you wanted more length but then you’d be inserting past the silver ring. The circumference of Posh Teaser 3 varies between 3 ½ - 4 inches. The toy is thickest at the bottom inch and a half before the silver ring. This area has a 4 inch circumference.
Posh Teaser 3 requires 2x AAA batteries, which are not included. The bottom of the vibrator (beneath the silver ring), twists off to access the battery compartment. The cap is really easy to twist both on and off. There is a clear O-ring around the compartment to ensure that no water gets in since the toy is waterproof. Just be sure to really close the cap tightly when you bring the toy in the shower, bath, etc.
There is just one button at the very bottom of the toy. To turn the toy on, simply click that button once. The clear ring around the button will light up a constant, bright white colour. If you have the toy on a pulsating setting, the light will flicker to the pulses. The toy has 10 different functions to choose from. To cycle through the functions, just continue to click that one button until you’ve found the function that you like the most.
The 10 different functions are as follows:
1. High, constant vibration
2. Medium, constant vibration
3. Low, constant vibration
4. Very short pulses that escalate from low to high
5. Medium speed pulses, medium intensity level
6. Medium speed pulses, high intensity level
7. Short pulses, high intensity level
8. Short pulses, medium intensity level
9. Long pulses, high intensity level
10. Short pulses, low intensity level
I had a heck of a time trying to figure out the difference between the different functions. After cycling through the 10 different functions at least 5 times, I finally decided to go with that list above. The included instruction paper has a chart with the names of the functions but they aren’t very helpful. One of the functions is called, “Inta-Surge” and another is called, “Even Step”. I honestly have no idea what that even means so I figured I’d just write out the way it felt the best I could.
All you have to do is hold the button down for 3 seconds to turn the toy off. If you turn the toy off and then back on again, you’ll be met with the next function that you had left off with. So say you turn the toy off on the 9th function- you’ll be at the 10th function when you turn it back on. I don’t really like this so to avoid it I just unscrew the battery compartment pack and then screw it back on. You’ll be back at the first function when you turn the toy on if you do this.
The vibrations can be felt through out the entire toy but are strongest at the top curve. As you move down the toy, the vibrations are less intense. The toy can be heard through blankets but not a closed door on the lowest level. On the highest level, you can hear the toy through both a blanket and closed door.
The vibrations to the toy are more buzzy than rumbly. On the highest level of vibration, the vibes are quite strong. I would probably say that the vibrations are around a 4 out of 5 vroom level (maybe 3.75 but I’m rounding up). Of course, if you’re a power-queen who needs the rumbly vibrations, the 4 out of 5 vroom level with the buzzy vibes really isn’t much. On the medium level, the vibrations are probably only a 2 out of 5 vroom level and the low is only a 1 out of 5.
When I used the toy externally, it did not satisfy me. For a clitoral stimulator, this is too weak and buzzy for me. However, I used the toy internally and was quite pleased with it. I really like the rounded tip. It has a wider tip, which I found that I need for internal stimulation. So depending on your preferences, this toy may or may not work for you. It would be a decent toy for beginners since it’s really easy to use, waterproof, and the circumference is not that large. Below is a size comparison photo of the toy beside a 355mL can of pop.
Cleaning the toy is really easy since it’s waterproof. I submerged the toy in water and it works perfectly. You can use soap and water, a toy cleaning spray, or toy wipes to clean the toy off. You can also sterilize the material by rubbing it down with rubbing alcohol or a bleach/water solution. The toy is a lint/animal hair/etc magnet. You’ll want to clean the toy both before and after each use.
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