Rock Out With Your Chick Out

My Rock-Chick hasn't gotten a huge amount of use during the years I've had her. I've recently learned how to give myself a G-spot orgasm, though, so I'm once again experimenting with this toy and learning the best way to use her with my body. She looks exactly the same as the day I opened her package, around eight years ago!
Published:
Pros:
Body-safe silicone; G-spot and clitoral stimulation; Compatible w/other bullet vibes
Cons:
Has a learning curve; G-spot bend too much for some; Very firm silicone
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

The Rock-Chick by Rocks Off Ltd. was one of the first of her kind. She's made of firm, body-safe silicone; she's designed to stimulate both the G-spot and the clitoral area at once, and to be used with a rocking, rather than thrusting, motion. I think this one is pretty anatomy-specific, although the included vibrating mini-bullet could be used externally by anyone of any sex. That bullet is also waterproof, so she can join you in a relaxingly stimulating bath or shower. She can be used for solo sessions, but she also has excellent potential for sex between two women--one woman can insert her, and the other can ride her, sharing the vibrations between them. Theoretically, she could also be used during heterosexual intercourse, if both partners are comfortable with the size of the internal arm of the Rock-Chick.

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  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Body-safe
    • Waterproof
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

Rock-Chick is composed of flexible-yet-firm silicone with only slight squishability. She has a matte texture which is a bit on the coarser side, and it does help lessen drag and friction when compared to shiny-smooth silicone toys. The only part of her surface that isn't matte-textured is the oval on each side of the external arm, showing the product name.

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Silicone is an excellent material for sex toys: it contains no latex, for those who have a latex allergy; it's free of the harmful chemicals known as phthalates, which are found in materials such as "jelly"; it's completely non-porous, which prevents silicone toys from becoming science experiments due to bacteria working their way inside; and it can be sterilized in several different ways (see Care and Maintenance). Like most silicone, she is fragrance-free and flavor-free--useful knowledge to have, should you decide in the heat of the moment to lick your sex toy as a quick way of lubricating!

A seam runs lengthwise around the entire toy, but though it can be felt with fingers, I couldn't feel it with my very sensitive vagina and surrounding areas.

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Her mini-bullet is made of hard ABS-type plastic with a pretty, stippled silver finish. It has a black, rubbery gasket between its body and its cap, and a black rubbery button on the end of the cap. ABS plastic is also non-porous, latex-free, and phthalates-free.

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    • Flexible
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all

Design / Shape / Size

Rock-Chick's design is a little odd, in that her G-spot arm is thicker in its vertical measurement (1 1/8") than its width (7/8"); in other words, it will provide more stretch from clitoris to perineum than from right labia to left labia. That arm also has a pretty drastic G-spot curve at its tip, which actually impedes insertion a bit for me because it sort of "gets stuck" along the upper wall of my vagina. I have to use lots of lube, pull the external arm up out of the way, and rock the G-spot arm up and down until it's in place. She'd work better for me if the curve was more gradual and the cross-section was wider from side to side than top to bottom, or even cylindrical. The entire length of this arm is 5 1/4", and about 3 1/2" to 3 3/4" of that is insertable, depending on your anatomy.

The external, or clitoral, arm is designed pretty well. It should fit multiple vulva types, because almost the entire length of it is ribbed and transmits vibrations from the bullet vibe. There's no need to position a certain part of the toy on your clit--once you've inserted the internal arm completely, the external arm will be pressed against the whole length and width of your vulva. The top of this arm has an undulated design to provide grip for a hand, or stimulation to a partner; the underside offers both ribbing across its width and a lengthwise, torpedo-shaped swelling, designed to press between the inner labia. This ridged side is about 3" long and 1 3/8" wide. In the end of this arm, you'll find the opening for inserting the bullet vibrator. This is a cylindrical pocket with vertical ribs all the way around to help prevent a vacuum effect, making removal of the bullet easier. I would still suggest a drop of lube, though.

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As for the mini-bullet, it is a mere 5/8" in diameter and 2 1/4" long. Its design is decent for using with Rock-Chick, but I think a longer one will reach farther down into the bullet opening in the external arm, as well as being easier to remove.

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    • Ergonomic
    • Futuristic

Functions / Performance / Controls

The mini-bullet included with Rock-Chick has only one speed, and requires three button-cell batteries, which are included. It's fairly powerful and buzzy, and it is not only a battery-hog, it also stopped working altogether after only a month or so. Fortunately, there are many better bullet-style vibes that will fit nicely in your Rock-Chick, providing you with variable speeds and multiple vibration-pattern settings. My current favorite is the MB1 Mini Bullet from Maia.

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    • Battery guzzler
    • Easy to use
    • Not enough variety

Care and Maintenance

The Rock-Chick is silicone, and the bullet is waterproof plastic--cleaning doesn't get much easier! The silicone Rock-Chick can be washed with soap and water or a toy cleaner for everyday purposes, and she can also be sterilized by boiling for ten minutes, running her through your dishwasher on the top rack minus soap, or soaking her for ten minutes in a 10% bleach solution. The bullet can also be washed with soap and water or toy cleaner, or wiped down with rubbing alcohol, but don't boil it, dishwasher-ize it, or bleach it.

It is generally advised to use only water-based lubricants with silicone toys, as silicone-based lubes may interact with the material and damage it. However, some of the better-quality silicone toys are not damaged by silicone lubes, so you can do a spot-test on some insignificant portion of your Rock-Chick, such as the outer curve of the "elbow", if you can't live without your silicone lube. The bullet is compatible with all lube types.

You should probably store your Rock-Chick separately from other silicone toys. Mine hasn't seen the best quality of storage over the years I've had her, but she still looks perfect, so she doesn't require extreme caution and delicacy.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store

Packaging

This toy was purchased for me at least eight years ago, so I no longer have the package in my possession. However, I do recall that it was the same clamshell-style plastic package that is currently shown on the product page. Batteries were included, but the package is not suitable for storage, and it is only mediocre for gift-giving, being oddly-shaped and completely transparent. I'd recommend placing it inside a small box before gift-wrapping it.
    • Not discreet
    • Recyclable

Experience

I've has mixed results with the Rock-Chick. There were times in the past when she provided a lot of fun, but only with female-female partner sex, in which we were basically sharing a clitoral vibrator--I've never successfully masturbated with her. I gave her another shot recently, in preparation for this review, and found that I had trouble with insertion due to the drastic G-spot curve at the tip of the internal arm. I'm planning to try her again after a lot of warm-up, and will report back on the results!
    • Learning curve
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Comments
  • dancingduo
    dancingduo  
    Great review. 8 years!?! Wow!
  • Rossie
    Rossie  
    Thank you for the wonderful review. I hope you'll get great results next time.
  • surreptitious
    surreptitious  
    "Squishability." I wish that that were a commonly used word in everyday life! It's a lot of fun to say. Thanks for the review!
  • Beautiful-Disaster
    Beautiful-Disaster  
    Thanks for your review.
  • angel42539
    angel42539  
    Great review thank you.
  • Zombirella
    Zombirella  
    Great review! I think I'd still prefer my We-vibe to it.
  • FieryRed
    FieryRed  
    Thank you so much for reading, guys! Hehee, glad you liked that word, surreptitious! And yep...possibly more than 8! I'm trying to find out when these first came on the market--anyone know?
  • wicked48
    wicked48  
    Great review! Thanks!
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