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A Single-Shot Beginner's Bullet

For beginners and the skilled alike, this massager does get the job done in a quick fix, but without extra vibration speed features, the user can find his or herself stuck with a mediocre one-trick routine, even when coupled with a shower or bath. Because of its satisfactory performance and design concerns, Tera Patrick's Waterproof Mini Metal Wireless Micro Massager shoots two stars on the final rating target.
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Pros:
Slim, tapered style. Color variation. Nylon retrieval cord.
Cons:
One speed. Odd sized batteries. Base twists and comes off during use.
Rating by reviewer:
2
useful review
A novice bullet user will love to lock and load Tera Patrick's Mini Bullet from California Exotic Novelties, but it does leave some elements of the bullet experience to be desired for those seasoned vibrating bullet sharpshooters! It is small, sleek, wireless, and handy with its thin nylon retrieval cord, and also comes in fun colors. Thinner than the old snub-nosed traditional bullet massager, the Mini Metal elegantly tapers to a narrower tip that focuses all vibration right where you want it with sniper's accuracy. Eight watch sized batteries are included with the Mini Metal, which requires four at a time in its magazine to get it off and running. It sounds off at a mere Two Bees noise level, and packs a reasonable Three Vroom vibration intensity.

The Mini Metal does quickly reveal its shortcomings, however. Since it just has a single speed, expert bullet users who are accustomed to the variety of a multi-speed vibrating bullet undoubtedly will find the Mini Metal disappointing and could find themselves preferring to save their powder for something more exciting in their holsters. The waterproof feature of this toy is a big attention-getting and a delightful experience, especially when it comes to cleaning up after playtime.

On the other hand, this waterproof feature does uncover a potentially problematic nature of the Mini Metal's design. I would not advise immersing it in water without first taking time to master the on/off twist at the Mini Metal's base. Turning the base too far in one direction could result with the massager opening at inopportune moments, leaving batteries spilled onto the floor of the tub and water flooding the interior of the Mini Metal itself. In addition, the batteries themselves are a odd choice to use to power the Mini Metal. Considering that most people don’t have a stash of watch sized batteries in their house, don’t be surprised it this toy ends up corralling the dust bunnies in your drawer once the juice runs dry!
Follow-up commentary
It didn't take very many play sessions for the color to start chipping from the surface of the bullet. Most importantly, and most disappointingly, the Mini Metal just doesn't seem to deliver with subsequent uses, when used in water or out.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • Cock Wrangler
    Cock Wrangler  
    NIce first review. For such a large and nice-looking bullet, those are definitely some serious drawbacks.
  • RedRidingHood
    RedRidingHood  
    Thanks, I appreciate your comment! :)
  • HoneyBear69
    HoneyBear69  
    good review
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