SinFive Sue

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For the price, Sue is a great choice for a luxury vibe. She has all the great qualities most users look for. She is a little less polished than some of her contenders, but don't let that keep you from trying her out!
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Pros:
Silicone, Waterproof, Rechargeable, Strong, Versatile
Cons:
Could be more discreet, needs a little more polish
Rating by reviewer:
4
extremely useful review

Use

Sue is from a new line by SinFive. It is a versatile clitoral vibrator. It can be used to stimulate many erogenous zones, such as the nipples, neck, and thighs. The slight curve at the tip allows for more some pinpoint stimulation. If pinpoint is not your thing, you can easily turn the toy to the side for more broad stimulation. The curve also allows for G-spot stimulation since Sue can provide some length for insertion.

Sue can be used in the shower of bath since she is completely waterproof. This is great for those who live with others or don’t have as much privacy as they wish they had. Sue does not have any qualities that would dissuade beginners from giving it a try. It is on the more affordable end of rechargeable, silicone vibrators compared to other toys in this niche. More advanced users may like this toy but may wish for some better features or design. Sue is not a bad toy in any sense, but there are ways it could be improved to make and even better toy.

This toy is not designed or intended for anal insertion. It can stimulate the P-spot externally, though.
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Everyone
    • Solo
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
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    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • All over body
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

Sue is coated with silicone. Silicone is a very body safe material and ranks a 10 out of 10 on the Eden Materials scale. Silicone is non porous and hypoallergenic, making it a great option for sensitive users.



Sue is smooth. Being silicone, she has a bit of drag, but this can be resolved with a little bit of water based lubricant. Any texture Sue has comes from her shape more than anything. There is an obvious seam that wraps around the toy more below its center (usually seams bisect the toy around lengthwise. This seam wraps around the middle). The seam is visible and the appearance could have been smoothed a bit, but it is not bad. It will not impede performance at all.



There is a small amount of flex this toy has. The curved end can be bent slightly and this is met with resistance. It is pliable enough to be comfortable during use but firm enough that pressure can be applied without the toy slipping away from you.
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

Compared to other clitoral vibrators, Sue is a bit hefty and bigger than the norm. This is not necessarily a bad thing since she can also be inserted. Sue is about 6 inches long with an insertable length of 3.5 inches. It’s not a lot, but it is great if you only want to bring one toy and want both clitoral and vaginal/G-spot stimulation. The length is enough for many users since the G-spot is located about 2-3 in the vagina.

This toy feels heavier than other toys in its tier. You could hurt someone if you decided to use Sue as a weapon. It might damage the toy, though. In terms of width, Sue tapers a bit. It’s narrow around the tip, at about 2 inches in circumference. Then it gets wider to a max of about 5.25 inches around. This is larger than the 4.5 average circumference of female oriented toys. Regardless, this should not dissuade users who wish to use it primarily as an external toy.

Because Sue is phallic in nature, it’s fairly obvious she is a sex toy. It is best to stash her away form wandering eyes in a safe place. To travel, simply wrap it in a lint-free cloth so the silicone coating does not become damaged from other items. In terms of noise, Sue is not the most discreet, but she is also nowhere near being obnoxiously loud. On her lower settings she’s about 1 Bee. On her higher settings, she can be a high 2 to low 3 Bee. If you have thin walls and plan on using her higher settings, it may be best to put on a fan for some white noise.
    • Ergonomic

Functions / Performance / Controls

Sue has two buttons that also double as her charging nodes. The top button is the plus button and the bottom is the minus. The controls are easy and straightforward. Press the plus button for a couple of seconds to turn her on. Hold the plus button after that to increase the power to your liking and then let go of the button when you reach if. If you have the power two high, you can press the minus button to lower it. The buttons don’t really press, but respond to pressure. They are not hard to use. It might be slightly more difficult if hands are covered with lubricant, though.



After reaching the max power on standard vibrations, press the plus button again to reach Sue’s patterns. There are four of them: pulses, long pulses followed by two shorter pulses, a decreasing to increasing roller-coaster, and a mish-mash of pulses of varying lengths. To turn Sue off, hold the minus button for a couple of seconds.

The vibrations are fairly strong, especially for a USB charged vibrator (they tend to be weaker on average). At her strongest, Sue is a solid 4 Vrooms. She both rumbles and buzzes. The vibrations don’t travel to the end too much, so your hand shouldn’t numb. She should work for the majority of users save those who need wands or similar toys to achieve orgasm.

Sue is rechargeable via USB. The charger latches on to the nodes. When it is on correctly, the toy with vibrate for a couple of seconds and then stop. There is no light indicator on Sue, so there is no way of knowing when she is done charging. I would not let her charge anymore than a few hours or overnight at the most to be on the safe side. She holds her charge okay. She’ll last at least an hour or so. When charging, I would make sure the magnetic charger end or nodes are not directly on or near your computer to protect the internal workings of your computer.

Sue is completely waterproof and submersible. Thanks to the magnetic charger, there are not ports to worry about. Just make sure the toy is completely dry when you decide to charge it.
    • Easy to use
    • Lots of variety in function
    • Powerful

Care and Maintenance

Sue is easy to care for. You can use soap and water, toy wipes, or toy cleaner to get the job done. You can leave her in the sink to soak since she is waterproof. Being silicone, Sue does attract some lint and fuzz, but it is not intolerable. If needed, you can wipe her down before use.

Once clean and dry, store Sue in a lint free cloth or pouch so she is not in direct contact with other toys. Silicone toys can have reactions when touching each other and there can be some unseemly color transfers and warping to the coatings. Rubbers and Jellies can contaminate Sue since these materials are porous. Only use water based lubricants to protect the silicone coating.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store

Packaging

Sue has some pretty nice packaging. Sue comes in a long black box. The box is not discreet since a picture of Sue is on top of it. However, it is a tasteful picture and there is no nudity or anything. Slip the SinFive band off the box to life the lid. You’ll find sure inside held in by a band. If you look inside the box you’ll see instructions lining the side of the box. You can life the instructions out of the box though if you are short on storage.

Lift Sue out and the black cardstock the toy was on to get access to the charger. It would have been nice to have a pouch for Sue.
    • Would make a nice gift

Experience

I had been eyeing Sue for a while. I’m always looking to add new toys to my clitoral collection and I’m a sucker for rechargeable toys. Add in that Sue is silicone and rechargeable and I’m sold. So when Sue came in stock, I did a rare thing and bought it before the reviews were out. I can’t always rely on the bravery/courageousness of others, and I feel like I’m doing my part being a guinea pig. You know, for science.



On first impression, I was surprised at the heft and size of Sue. She’s on the larger end of the clit vibe world. It’s not bad though since I like variety and this doesn’t impeded on usage. Your hand might get tired if you’re using Sue in certain ways for long periods of time, but you shouldn’t tire out during the typical session.

So… how does Sue compare to other clitoral vibes? This is probably a burning question.

Power: Usually, I do not compare USB charged toys with normal AC outlet toys since USB toys tend to be weaker. However, Sue is strong enough to contend with regular outlet toys, so this comparison will be a bit broader. Sue is the strongest USB vibe I have seen to date. It may not be as sophisticated, elegant, or discreet as Mia, but it packs power.

When looking at outlet toys, Sue is stronger than the line by Leaf with toys like Life and Spirit. Tango, Salsa, and Touch feel stronger and more rumbly in nature. It could also be because the plastic transmits vibrations better than silicone (it’s a trade-off). I think MiMi is more rumbly in nature and may be perceived as about as strong, if not a tad stronger.

Price: Sue is cheaper than a lot of high end clitoral vibes. Yes, her price is still high, but that’s normal with toys of this nature. While price is competitive for traditionally charged toys, it is high when compared with just USB toys. I would not let this dissuade you, since the power of Sue is on par with outlet toys. Because of this, I consider the price still pretty good.

Polish: One pet peeve of mine is that Sue does not feel completely polished. She works great but looking at her makes me think that she needed just a bit more time at the shop to be perfect. A 2.0 would most likely have smoother seams, light indicators for charging, and a slightly better sound, to name a few. She is not as polished as MiMi, Tango, Life, and some other toys. It comes down to aesthetics and how important they are for you.

Overall Rankings:

1. Life or Tango/Salsa
2. Mimi or Touch or Sue

Final Notes

Still unsure of what to pick? If price is not a factor, I would recommend Life or Tango, and then pick between them depending on if you want a silicone or plastic toy. While I place them at the same level, I think Tango offers more variety in terms of broad VS. Pinpoint stimulation, but if you like to press hard with your toys, Salsa might be a better option since the diffuse a bit with the Tango.

MiMi is hailed as “the” clit vibe. It does have buttery soft silicone and all the other great qualities, but your enjoyment is depended on if you like broader stimulation and egg shaped vibes. Personally I find MiMi a tad overrated. Still, it’s a good toy and great option if you’re looking to gift a high end vibe. I suppose I would call it a safe toy.

If price is a factor, I would recommend Tango or Salsa. If you must have silicone, go with MiMi. If you are okay with Vrooms at a low 4, Mia is the most affordable.

Want power but not the clumsiness of a wand? Tango/Salsa.

Is versatility a big thing? Do you want multiple uses from a toy for the best bang for the buck? Then I would go with Sue since she can be successfully used for G-spotting, Clitoral stimulation, and more.
This product was provided at a discounted price in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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    hut22dunn2  
    very useful. glad I came across this.
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    kaylajoy89  
    hmm.. yeah, sounds a bit bigger than other clitoral vibes
  • snowminx
    snowminx  
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