Pretty Versatile Vibrator and That Tin Rocks!
The Symphony Rhapsody is a beautiful traditional vibrator. It’s fairly powerful, has easy to use controls, and is a very soft material. Plus, the tin it comes in is super cool! It would be a great addition to anyone’s toy box. If you are new to the world of insertable vibrators, this would be a great starter toy. However, any user regardless of their experience can have some fun with the Symphony.
Easy to Use
Published:June 06, 2012
Symphony in my pants!
Overall It's worth the purchase. If you are completely new to the vibrating world, choose a clit stimulator first then buy this product.
Soft flexible material
Only having three speeds
Published:December 06, 2011
Smooth Ridges Bring Versitile Fun
I really love this toy. It's actually been my favorite in my collection for a while now. The fact that it's so easy to care for is a huge bonus for me. The smooth ripples all over the shaft are great and the vibe offers just enough to get off. I will definitely consider buying other Evolved products now that I've had such a great experience with this one.
easy to wash, smooth ridges, waterproof
button can be hit by accident (would be helpful if perhaps it needed to be pushed a bit more firmly)
Published:October 26, 2011
Rhapsody In Purple
The Rhapsody is a traditional vibrator with a twist; it comes in am amazing metal storage box, is push button rather than twist dial, and is made of a clear TPR that is beautifully colored.
Beautiful color, great storage box, body safe materials
Only three speeds
Published:June 20, 2011
Being my first toy purchase, I couldn't be more happy with it. The vibrations were much stronger than I thought they'd be. I was worried about storing it, but the tin it came in was small enough to slide under my bed and kept it free of the lint that the toy seemed to attract when left out. I love the waterproof design; using it in the shower makes clean up really easy. Overall it was a great purchase and I'd definitely recommend it!
Easy to clean, easy to use, strong vibrations, quiet
Easy to accidentally turn off, non-discreet packaging, lint magnet
Published:December 09, 2010
This isn't Beethoven But It Does Rock
This is a great intro to texture or for those who do not like a ton of it. It's the trusty and reliable one you keep coming back to when you just want something with no bells and whistles, just plain old vibrator sex. It comes in an awesome box and, really, that alone should make you want to buy it.
can get noisy at times
attracts a ton of hair and crap
Published:October 22, 2010
The almost perfect thrusting toy
The Symphony Rhapsody is another in a long line of versatile and well-designed Evolved Novelties toys, perhaps even my favorite. It works wonderfully as both a clitoral vibrator and a thrusting toy, is reasonably quiet and strong, and has a lovely texture that's neither barely there nor too rough.
Just the right amount of bend, lovely texture, improved handle and push button.
Erratic motor noise, very little difference between medium and high setting, too thick at base.
Published:July 28, 2010
Great jelly toy that never disappoints. It holds the batteries for a long time and has great packaging for storage. Slight odor but disappears over time. Great 3 speeds but not a preferred push button.
Jelly thats flexible but firm. perfect size for anyone.
slight odor at first but disappears. would prefer a remote to the button.
Published:June 03, 2010
Purple flittering fun.
One of my favorite vibrators to use alone and with other toys. Its Quiet, Durable (I've broken many) it's worth the money!
Clean variable and easy to use, comes in a nice box for gift giving.
I hit the power/speed when I don't want to, it's a small button at the base.
Published:March 28, 2009
An average size and a single push button control make this toy an excellent starter toy. Waterproof for fun in the shower or tub, and powerful vibrations to get your motor revved up. This is a nice little vibe that is definitely worth a closer look.
Phthalate-free, waterproof, simple design.
Loud, smelly, control button is very easy to press during play.
Published:December 19, 2008