Paging Dr. Berman: Toy Crisis!If you are looking for a decent priced, powerful and filling vibrator, then keep searching. Sina is a low quality, loud vibrator. You won't be impressed by its lack of variety and function, and you might just end up putting it right where I did- in the garbage.
Sina is made from PU coated plastic, which has a safety rating of 7 on Eden. It is latex and phthalates free. It is suitable for water and silicone based lube, and is very rigid with no give. I noticed a slight plastic odor and taste when examining Sina, but nothing off the charts. Sina is ribbed for pleasure, but unfortunately those ribs did not do anything for me due to her main body being so narrow. A beginner may get some good use out of this toy, but if you are experienced and have had sex, Sina may not offer up the goods if you need your vagina to have a nice full feeling.
Length: 5 3/4"
Insertable length: 4"
Circumference: 3 3/4"
Weight: 0.2 lb
I believe the one inch diameter is for the bulbs, which are much larger than the main body.
Due to Sina's size, hiding isn't much of an issue. Slip it in a drawer or under your pillow and you'll be fine. You can also travel safely with Sina with no risk of embarrassment from it coming alive in your bag; just make sure you take out the batteries beforehand.
The vibrations are mostly located in the bulb opposite the controls. I could not feel them as strong in the ribbed shaft. The Sina can also get very noisy. If you just hold up the toy and turn it on, I would put it at 2-3 bees. When you apply pressure to Sina by pressing it against your skin, it can easily shoot up to 4 bees. This took away from the sexiness for me to hear this loud, rumbling vibrator go up and down in noise like some sort of lawn mower.
The only thing in the box is Sina, wrapped in plastic.
When you take Sina out of the plastic and unscrew the one bulb, there is a wrapped up piece of paper inside, I assume to protect the battery compartment. Dispose of this before putting in batteries.
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