Not Today's Sponge

If you really need a vibrating sponge - buy a nice sponge and a powerful waterproof massager. That way when the sponge wears out all you have to replace is the sponge.
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Pros:
Very unassuming - doesn't look like a vibrating toy.
Cons:
Unfortunately doesn't really function well as a vibrating toy.
Rating by reviewer:
1
useful review
Not too long ago - in a galaxy quite close I decided to purchase a number of items to enhance the wife and I's anniversary get-away. I decided to surprise my wife with a a little bit of everything. One of the items was the Pulsa Bath Massager; this along with a Doc Johnson "thing," were really our first venture into bed/bath accessories. We had a jacuzzi bath in our hotel room - so once we arrived we were truly looking forward to trying it out. I picked the bath massager|Pulsa bath massager because as you can see, it is very unassuming. If you saw it hanging in the shower, you'd just think it is a sponge on a rope. I figure this way if anyone saw it in our home, they wouldn't think twice.

When we first tired it out - of course, being new to this and all, it seemed pretty novel and interesting. It was also waterproof unlike the Doc Johnson. When you start it up and when it is not wet, there is some decent vibration when just held in the hand. Once it gets wet and you start to rub it against the body - it really lacks the power necessary to do the job.

To use this product to stimulate the nether regions, one would need to apply significant pressure, and even then it really doesn't quite cut it. Ultimately it seemed to just hang around and not be used. But even that didn't last long as the sponge itself began to break down and tear - ultimately becoming useless.

If you are looking for this type of thing - then know it may not last, but if you are looking for bath-time pleasure|Sensual bath and shaving fetish, there are numerous products that would serve you better. Actually, I think for twenty dollars one could do quite a bit better.
Follow-up commentary
Talking to my wife, she reminded me that it also went through batteries rather quickly. If it was $10.00 or less it might be an okay addition to a bath collection one might give as a gift, but as a stand alone I won't recommend it.
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Comments
  • Epiphora
    I figured this one wouldn't be strong enough. You're right -- 20 bucks could go a long way in "recreating" this vibe.
  • Oggins
    Oggins  
    I always figured with this being a sponge the vibrations would be either weak or absorbed by the sponge so, I never tried it.  It seems to me to be more of a massage type thing.....
  • Dame Demi
    Dame Demi  
    Oooh!  Now I'm really hoping you'll write a review of the Doc Johnson "thing"!  Too curious!
  • West Coastin'
    West Coastin'  
    The Doc Johnson "Thing" is now reviewed - Enjoy.
  • Nashville
    Nashville  
    Try a duckie instead for bath play! They're just as harmless and unassuming looking.
  • jedent
    jedent  
    Bummer. It seemed so cool too.
  • Blooddragon
    Blooddragon  
    Great review!
  • TheHardOne
    TheHardOne  
    Thanks for the info. I'll avoid this one.
  • pinkcupcakes
    pinkcupcakes  
    thanks for the review!
  • stars
    stars  
    great review!
  • Michele
    Michele  
    Great review! Thank you for sharing.
  • saunders1971
    saunders1971  
    ty
  • PenguinPair
    PenguinPair  
    great review
  • dsumrow1
    dsumrow1  
    thanx
  • Tbanda
    Tbanda  
    Thank you!
  • reysgirl83
    reysgirl83  
    Thanks!
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