A potential triple threatThis vibrator is a huge improvement over the one my wife bought years ago. She found the material to be very comfortable and appreciated the variety of intensities. She enjoyed both the clitoral and anal stimulation provided by the toy. She feels the toy has ample power to fulfill her needs. We would have considered giving it 5 stars were it not for the issues with the size of the control buttons and the water leakage into the battery compartment.
The Triple Orgasm French Kiss is a triple action vibrator which can provide stimulation of the vagina, clitoris and anus. This toy claims to be 100% waterproof so it is safe to use in the tub, just make sure that you have the battery compartment lid screwed on tightly.
The head of the vibrator measures about 5 inches in circumference. It also includes a channel cut into it with some very soft nubs running along it.
Located just below the head are the three rows of silver beads. This area of the toy is slightly larger than the head at about 5-1/4 inches in circumference. These beads are connected to a motor which causes them to rotate inside the shaft of the toy.
The clitoral stimulator is about 2 inches long. There is a vibrator located about 1/2" from the end of the clitoral stimulator. The last 1/2" of the clitoral stimulator is hollow and contains some little fingers. The package refers to this as the "clitoral encaser with triple teasers."
The anal stimulator is about 3-1/2 inches long. It contains a vibrator about an inch from where it joins the main shaft. There is a pronounced bulb on the end of the anal stimulator about the size of a finger tip. My wife was able to get the bulb inserted anally using her finger but not much more than that as the shaft of the anal stimulator is very flexible and it was kind of like pushing a rope.
The base of the toy houses the control panel and battery compartment. The toy requires 3 AA batteries which are placed into a battery pack which is then slid into the battery compartment. There is a piece of fabric on the battery pack to help with removal of the pack. There is also an o-ring where the battery cap screws on in order to seal the battery compartment from water.
There is an on/off switch at the top of the control area which is nicer than having to scroll through all the intensity levels or functions to turn the toy off when you are finished. Below the on/off switch, there is a group of 5 buttons laid out like the 5 on a die. The pair of up/down buttons on the left control the speed/intensity of the head rotations. The pair of up/down buttons on the right control the intensity of the two vibrating bullets. Both the rotation and vibration have 9 levels of intensity (if you include off as a level) which can be set independent of the other. The button in the middle, marked with an "F," cycles through the three functions. The function button affects both the rotation and the bullet vibration. With regards to the rotation, the three functions are continuous rotation in one direction, alternating rotation direction every 1 second, and alternating rotation direction every half second. For the vibration, the three functions are continuous vibration, slow pulsing vibration and quick pulsing vibration.
There is an LED light over the on/off switch which lets you know the toy is on. Additionally there are LED lights over the rotation and vibration level adjustments which let you know if either the vibration or rotation functions are active.
The package claims 500+ intense patterns. Considering there are 9 levels of vibration, 9 levels of rotation, and 3 functions, that would only come to 243 different combination (9 X 9 X 3) and considering with both the vibration and rotation set to off, there is no difference between the different function settings, the real total is 241. That's still plenty of combinations to choose from.
The package also claims this toy is 100% waterproof. My wife tested it out in the tub. The toy worked fine being submerged and at no time were there any electrical issues with using it in the tub. However when she was finished, I removed the battery cap and found a couple of drops of water on the inside of the cap and the piece of fabric attached to the battery pack was damp, so obviously some water had slipped past the o-ring.
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