Va Va Vroom!This toy probably isn't great for beginners because of its girth, but patience and lube can go a long way. It's a great rabbit that provides a huge amount of power at a roommate-friendly volume. It's expensive, but worth the price. This is a great toy and as long as you treat it right, it will serve you well.
It has powerful motors in both vibrating arms and delivers blunt, rumbly stimulation equally well to the clitoris and the G-spot. Each motor has its own controls and can be adjusted individually to your desired intensity.
Jopen is a reliable company and while the Vr6 is on the expensive side, it is worth every cent.
The arm of the vibrator is flexible at the base, allowing you to position it at the optimal point for clitoral stimulation. I've seen reviews that say the arm isn't flexible enough for all body types, but in my experience, it works for many different shapes.
For the strength of the vibrations the Vr6 provides, it's unbelievably quiet. I wouldn't use it in the same room as another person (sorry dorm-goers), but if you have a private bedroom like I do, you probably won't even need to worry about putting music on as long as you close the door.
The one drawback of this toy's design is the shape of the insertable piece. The bulbous design is a blessing and a curse. The curve allows for incredible internal stimulation and, unlike most G-spot vibrators, still provides a feeling of fullness and slight stretching. The drawback is that the head can be painful to insert. I love being stretched, but even I need to work up to inserting the vibrator.
The best way to avoid pain is to wait until completely aroused to insert and to use a lot of lube (not silicone-based!). The insertable arm can be used as an incredible clitoral stimulator until you're relaxed enough to slip it in.
It's not a great thrusting toy because of the toy's shape and short handle. I also wouldn't recommend sharing the Vr6 with a new partner, because it can take some getting used to to use properly. However, it's an incredible toy to use with a significant other or a friend-with-benefits because of the amount of foreplay it encourages.
The controls are intuitive. I've never had to worry about accidentally changing the setting during use, but the lock feature is difficult to set properly.
The Vr6 doesn't hold a charge as long as many other Jopen toys, but I've found that as long as I charge it completely between uses that I don't have to worry about it giving out in the middle of use. If you're like me and you like as many vrooms as possible, you might have to worry about wearing out the motor. Running both arms at their highest intensity for an extended period of time can cut down the longevity of this fantastic toy.
Because it's made of pure silicone, it's a good idea to store this toy in the bag it comes in and clean it before and after use. Silicone tends to pick up fuzzies and other closet detritus if it's not stored properly.
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