Double Buzz, Not Double Oooohhh...For most, this product should do just what it promises and be a fun addition to your basic toy box. However, when putting the price into the mix, I'm not sure this product is quite worth it. The removable bullets have a good strong vibration, and the ring does its job overall, but considering it doesn't quite reach the right area for full clitoral stimulation, a $28 price tag seems a little high.
Now that I've been through the technical stuff!
This ring has a good concept, hands-free stimulation as easy as slipping on the ring and going at it as usual. Unfortunately the concept doesn't fully pull through as intended, but I'll get to that later. The bullets do come out, and use watch batteries.
It claims to fit all sizes, but my boy, who is average sized in thickness, wasn't particularly comfortable in it. Granted, he doesn't use C-rings often, and it's not like they're meant to be comfy to being with. But he was definitely glad to have it off.
The biggest problem I found was that the bullets are right against the ring itself. This means that it definitely makes the shaft vibrate (which is neat) but doesn't get anywhere near the clitoris, which is what is really preferable for hands-free stimulation! It really needs some kind of segment for the top bullet that pushes it away from the shaft and towards the clit!
As mentioned, the batteries are basic watch batteries; easy to replace.
It doesn't have it's own storage area, since it comes in a simple cardboard display case, so it kind of needs its own area in your toy box, but no trouble other than that.
Personally, I didn't have very much luck with this product because I require full clitoral stimulation for orgasm, and no matter how much we tried to position ourselves, it was virtually impossible to get the bullets to sit anywhere near that high up. This is a problem which might be fixed during solo play by using a dildo and positioning it just right, but probably only if the dildo can bend...
It's certainly an interesting feeling, being buzzed on the inside, and for most would probably be quite pleasant, but for me the ring and its parts just didn't live up to their purpose. I always ended up taking out one of the bullets and using it by itself (worked very well).
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