Not The Key to A Good TimeThis toy is really pretty and has good packaging but its weak vibration strength and strange texture make this vibrator a dud.
I had heard that Jopen was a higher-end brand with some really great luxury toys. So when I got this as a free assignment I was really happy. Woohoo, free luxury toy!
While the Key Charms Lace may be a higher-end toy in brand name, it certainly isn’t higher-end in its actual quality.
The worst part of the toy is the seam between the pink plastic part and the silver body. To add a battery to the toy, you simply remove the silver end cap from the toy. The pink plastic is floppy and bendable. To get the silver end cap back in, you have to shove it back over the pink plastic, which means that you have to pull and tug around the end cap to keep it from getting folded - which is really annoying and makes the toy feel cheap. It also makes it so that this toy isn't waterproof.
Now let’s get to the texture, which is just strange. This toy is much too little to get anything out of thrusting, and the weird "lace" texture makes using this externally (such as on the clitoris) feel really weird. The size of this toy is underwhelming (and I am by no means a size queen).
On the vibration end of things, this toy is at its highest setting a 2.5. It’s so weak that it barely even does anything to tease, let alone satisfy a user. It’s a surprisingly noisy toy considering its size and its vibration intensity. I found that it was probably a 3.5 or even 4 on the bee scale.
I was really disappointed by this toy. While the Jopen brand may be associated with higher-end toys, don't be fooled by this one. This toy is just downright disappointing. While the packaging may be pretty, it just simply isn’t worth it.
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