Lacey's jammer

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Simple and Cheap

This basic smooth vibrator is inexpensive and gets the job done unless you require strong vibrations and/or texture. It's easy to hold and position, can be used in the bath tub or shower, and is an appealing and unusual bright magenta color. It's nothing spectacular, but for this price it doesn't have a lot of competition.
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Pros:
-Cheap
-Smooth
-Bright magenta
-Waterproof
-Not a battery hog
Cons:
-Mild vibrations
-Not discreet
-Porn star packaging
-Twist dial
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review
The Lacey's Jammer is a basic toy. It's a primarily-clitoral vibrator of the sort that everyone should have in their arsenal of toys at some point in time, especially as a beginner.

It's cheap enough that it's no real loss even if you were to completely hate it, and its only serious defect is its mild vibrations. How mild? Well, it's certainly not the mildest out there. I've had vibrators in the same price range that packed even less of a punch. But if you've experienced stronger toys, the Jammer's vibrations are simply not going to impress you.

If you already know that you cannot endure mild vibrations, look elsewhere, but in every other respect the Jammer far exceeds expectations for a toy of its price range. It's waterproof, for one. It's also a tried-and-true form, the right size and shape for anyone who isn't looking for something specialized such as texture or the ability to reach the G-spot. It's easy to hold in the hand and apply directly to the clitoris for most positions during masturbation and intercourse, with a longer reach than shorter clitoral vibrators.

For anyone wanting a quick vaginal warm-up before moving on to other things, it has a tapered tip for especially easy insertion and it's slender enough (1 1/4 inches in diameter) to not be a problem except for the tightest or shyest of inexperienced vaginas. I often used it to "open" myself before sex.

I occasionally also used the Jammer on various parts of my body such as nipples, thighs or circling my outer labia, but it wasn't anything special in those uses, just an ordinary teasing warm-up toy. Most of the time I used it as a clitoral stimulator during either masturbation or sex, very rarely dipping it into my vagina. I did not find the Jammer internally satisfying, and mostly used dildos instead.

In order to have an orgasm, I almost always require something to be in my vagina, so I do not have much experience with clitoral-only masturbation with the Jammer. Even in those early days of my less-picky clit, I don't think the Jammer alone ever brought me to orgasm. It was always the Jammer in combination with a dildo or a penis.

This isn't a big deal to me, because I'm more vaginally-focused than most women and almost nothing can bring me a clitoral-only orgasm, but if you are more focused on your clit you may want to spring for a few more dollars and get something with a more of a reputation for satisfying vibrations, such as the Iconic Smoothie.

But if you do just fine with mild vibrations, then the Jammer is probably one of the better cheap toys that you could pick. It lasted me for perhaps four years total (my memory is a bit fuzzy) and it only died at the end because of my own stupidity of storing it in a condition where the batteries were likely to burst and leak.

Because of the long time before the accident, a time during which the batteries never burst, I don't think the Jammer is apt to explode its batteries in any other condition. It never seemed to go through batteries very fast either, so I don't believe the turned-off Jammer drains them much in ordinary circumstances. If I hadn't made the mistake I did, perhaps my Jammer would still be around today.

The material is hard, smooth plastic, safe with any lube and easy to insert. If you must have squishy vibes or if you don't like hard, smooth surfaces, the Jammer is not right for you. The shape combined with the smoothness can make it difficult to hold the Jammer if you manage to get lube everywhere and your fingers are slippery, since there's no specific grip-shape or finger loop to use. I'm careful with lube and rarely had this problem.

As to controlling vibrations, I don't have much experience with this, since I would simply twist it to the highest setting and leave it there throughout use, as the lower settings were uninteresting to me. However, I do prefer non-twist controls on a vibrator, because of experiences with cheaply-made vibes where the batteries always fell out while trying to use the twist controls. This never happened with the Jammer, but the experiences engraved in my brain simply cause me to dislike twist controls on principle.
Experience
This was one of my earlier vibrators, I think my third one ever, bought to replace a dead cheap vibrator, and I was very pleased with my purchase. I think it was the magenta color that drew my eye the most in the store where I bought it, but I was also attracted to the name. "Jammer" seemed like a sporty, cool name and not quite so dirty or erotic as many of the other in-store vibrator names were.

When I first used it, I immediately noticed that its vibrations were better than the (admittedly pitiful) cheap vibrators I'd had before. The Jammer's vibrations still weren't of any use to me except on the highest setting, but I loved the high setting quite a bit. I was also very excited to be able to use it in the bath, which was cool because I'd never had a waterproof vibe before. I didn't use it much, because during that time in my life I had a far more effective clitoral bath toy: a direct-able stream of water, but I did like the fact that I could take it anywhere and that I could clean it under running water with no worries.

I've since become far more experienced and picky. These days, if I still had my Lacey's Jammer, I'm sure it would be a rarely-used toy, mostly for warm-up before moving on to better toys and for light foreplay. But I don't think it's something that I wouldn't use at all. It would be seldom-used, not useless.

The reason I don't have my Jammer any more is that I became addicted to the almost unbelievably strong Hitachi Magic Wand Vibrator for about a year and a half. I didn't use my Jammer even once for maybe a year straight, and I stupidly left the batteries in it all that time. When I finally dug it out again, it was a nasty, broken mess of leaking batteries and I threw it out.

Even though I do have a lot of nostalgic feelings about it from my long love affair with the Jammer, and I kind of melt emotionally just looking at the online picture, it's not something I would purchase again for myself. I've become too picky. But, I believe it would make a decent and easily-afforded gift for anyone who is a beginner to vibrations. As far as very cheap vibrators go, I would probably estimate that it's in the top 10% or 20% of them. Especially since it's waterproof, and extremely cheap vibrators tend not to be.
Follow-up commentary
Since I threw the toy out before writing up the initial review in the first place, I'm going to go ahead and write the follow-up now instead of waiting two months.

My feelings on the toy haven't changed, obviously. I still believe it's a suitable toy for those who are sensitive to mild vibrations and who want something in the "very cheap" price range, and I still don't think I'll ever be purchasing a replacement Lacey's Jammer for myself.

I'm quite involved with high-quality vibrators right now, and I believe they are generally worth the higher prices. If I ever purposely buy something this mild in the future, it'll probably be because I intend to use it as a nipple teaser or as an outside-anus sphincter teaser, not as a clitoral toy.
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My Lacey's jammer tags
  • 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?
    • Bridal gift
    • Foreplay
    • Masturbation
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bath / shower
    • Bedroom / on a bed
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • Genitals
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