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The Intensity is an ingenious way to strengthen your kegel muscles effectively, and get pleasure while you're doing it. The price tag is a bit steep, but overall it's a nice piece of equipment to have. Women who are already pretty tight may not notice much of a change, but anybody who uses it should still receive some pleasure at the very least.
Easily works out Kegels, Easy to figure out, Surprisingly strong for AAAs
Expensive, Smell doesn't air out
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Intensity is designed to be a Kegel exerciser that also provides you with a lot of pleasure. The shaft is inflatable to give every woman a custom girth that works the best for her, and the electrodes work your muscles out in a way that you just can't do on your own.

Material / Texture

The Intensity is made of a medical grade silicone that unfortunately, picks up a ton of lint and other physical debris that may be floating around the air. It's definitely got some drag to it, so you'll want to make very sure that you do use lube. The silicone does have a nice feel to it otherwise, but it does also have a scent that to me, smells a lot like vinegar. The scent has dissipated with time, but is still very noticeable.

The electrodes are made of metal, and don't smell or have a taste.

Design / Shape / Size

The Intensity isn't what I'd call "beautiful." Looking at it makes me think of an ugly duckling, and it definitely looks more utilitarian than pretty. It's got a large handle that's a lot easier to grip and work with than it might first appear. Shaped somewhat like a capital L, only with the tail end pointing down, the tail is pretty much the perfect angle for you to hold onto it while it's inside of you. The butt end controls how inflated the shaft is, and a black button right above that releases all the air from the shaft and brings it back to its smallest setting. The battery compartment is also located on the handle and the cap unscrews so you can feed in 4 AAA batteries. The handle also features relatively intuitive control buttons, and the base of the clitoral arm. It's about 7" long, 2" wide, about 5 1/2" around the skinny part of the handle (where you'd hold it), and 9" around the widest part (including the butt/heel where you'd inflate it).

The clitoral arm extends a total of 2 1/2" and reaches over the shaft a total of about 1 3/4". The shaft is tapered for easy insertion and a total of 5" long, 4 1/2" around deflated, and a max of about 6" around inflated; although there is a decent amount of give while inflated. Along the top of the shaft there's a 1 1/2" long G-spot bump about 1/2" in, and about 1/2" after that the 1 1/2" long electrode; with one placed symmetrically on the other side as well.

While the Intensity isn't realistic, it's not exactly discreet either. Anybody who's ever seen a rabbit sex toy, or heard almost any of the jokes will be able to figure out that this is something sex related.


Once you insert your 4 AAA batteries, you'll need to press the on button to get the power flowing. If you experience issues with the button not staying lit, try taking out the batteries and putting them back in in a different order before writing it off as defective.

The next step is to break out the electrode gel and put some on each of the electrodes. If you're sensitive to parabens, you may want to avoid this. I didn't have a problem without it, and didn't notice much of a difference, although I try to use it each time I use the Intensity. The electrode gel is definitely thick and gel like, and spreads easily.

Then lube up the rest of the shaft really well and insert it as far as you can. If you want more girth, go ahead and inflate the shaft some, and then turn it on. With it inserted you would control the vibrations in the clitoral arm and G-spot bump on the left side of the handle, but it's also marked with a V so you can tell with an easy glance. The first level is pretty quiet if the bullet in the clitoral arm is in the right spot. If not, it's pretty rattly. It's not terribly strong, but it's not weak either. Going all the way up to level 5 produces some fairly strong vibrations on the pretty buzzy side. They'll make your fingers itchy and numb, but your clit shouldn't fair as poorly. On the highest setting you'll want to make sure you're under a blanket and/or have some background noise if people are home. It's not wall shaking, but it's still noticeable.

The electrodes are controlled by the set of buttons on the right, if the Intensity is inserted. There are a total of 10 levels, indicated by a light display between the electrode controls and the vibration controls. There are a total of 5 lights. A solid light means that's the level you're on, and a blinking light means that number plus one. So one solid light means you're on level one, one blinking light means you're on level two. Move that up to the second light and repeat. Most women are probably going to start on level three or so, but make sure you give your body a chance to adjust to whatever level you're on before bumping up to the next one. As you get used to the contractions, you can bump it up a notch, but be prepared for it to be potentially a little painful and for it to make you jump. Surprisingly, even on the higher levels, having both the electrodes and the vibrator going didn't result in an obvious drain of power while both were operating simultaneously.

In use, it's easy to control everything without having to spend much time looking at the controls, and it's also easy to keep it in place with a heel if you'd like both your hands to be free doing something else. If your vagina is naturally pretty tight, this may not be the difference between "pretty tight" and "can barely fit a pinky in," but it should still provide a fairly pleasurable experience. For me, during orgasm, I was able to feel both my vagina's natural contractions in addition to the contractions that the Intensity was providing and that coupled with the clitoral vibrations that never quite seemed to be too much definitely made my orgasms feel stronger and like they were lasting longer.

Care and Maintenance

Care and maintenance isn't a breeze, but it's not terribly difficult either. When the shaft is deflated, there are a few ridges that will catch lube and discharge. To clean it out easily, just inflate the shaft. You can either wipe it down with a toy wipe, a wet soapy washcloth, or you can wash it carefully in the sink. It's not waterproof at all, so do be careful about getting it too wet. There's a seam where the shaft meets the handle that may eventually let water into the inside, so I would probably stick with wiping it down. Since the whole thing is coated with the same silicone, you can wipe off the handle too to keep it lint free.

For storage, I would try to find somewhere to keep it that it wouldn't pick up lots of fuzzies, but barring that it would stay nicely in the original box.


A large outer box covers the box that actually holds the Intensity. The outer box is not discreet at all, but isn't really tacky either. It tells you key points about the Intensity in a few different languages, and can easily be recycled when you're done reading it.

The Intensity is actually held inside a sturdy cardboard box in a foam liner. Also in the foam section is the electrode gel and the instruction packet. The foam is the type that sheds, so you'll want to wipe down the insertable portion of the Intensity before using it.

The tube of electrode gel is 2 ounces, and lists its ingredients as reverse osmosis water, humectant polymers (acrylic acid/cellulose polymer), propyl paraben and methyl paraben in bacteriostatic concentration, fd&c blue #1, and yellos #5.


I honestly have a hard time using this on a consistent basis. Between finding the time and it being uncomfortable to insert for me, at least at first, and then removing it after I'm done is also uncomfortable, I just have a hard time wanting to use it, even though it does feel awesome while in use. I'm able to get up to level 9 of the electrostim before calling it all too much, although I feel like I'm right on the brink of getting to level 10.

I'm glad that I have it, and that I have the opportunity to review it, but unless something changes I won't be replacing it if it breaks.

**Disclaimer, I did actually receive this for free, however an unfortunate series of events led to having to submit the review as a not assigned**
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