Cabin Girl's First ToyIf you're okay with the moderate intensity and probably not a terribly long life-span, it's a cute first toy or novelty edition to a collection. If used only sparingly, I imagine it would have lasted longer than it did for us.
While it doesn't have any value to relax sore muscles, the size and shape lent itself well to being used to stimulate other sensitive areas and dragged around as a teasing buzz.
One of my only initial problems with this vibe is that I felt it was a little small to handle. The shape helps make up for this and keeps the concept discreet, but even with my tiny hands and fingers, I would lose hold of it. I found it best to hold the chain in my hand to keep a little tension on it to keep it from slipping out of my fingers.
Aesthetically, I'm a big fan. It's not going to convince anyone it's really gold, but it does the job for the price. It's so discreet, unless someone's seen it before I doubt they'd guess what it was. The small size that's not the best in-use does lend itself well to being worn as a necklace. You could wear it to the Renaissance Festival if you were brave enough, though with all the dust I'm sure it would need a good bath after! It's not entirely waterproof, so you'd want to use wipes or be careful when cleaning it off.
While it's not a weak bullet, it's not that strong either - but I was pleasantly surprised it got that much oomph out of just three watch batteries. The watch batteries themselves are a pain, expensive and a short life, and if it wasn't for the novelty value I would tend to shy away from a toy that uses them.
It's nice and it did it for my partner, but not for me. I appreciated the pulse patterns, they were a nice addition and I find I prefer them to just straight vibration for warming up. It can be annoying to cycle through all of them to go from a pulse back to high vibration, but in a toy this size there's not really much else they can do at this price.
It's pretty quiet, you can barely hear it under the covers and certainly not through a closed door. It's a pleasant little warm buzz that lets you know it's on and it's not distracting.
Once it's dry, you can store it wherever you'd like - it doesn't collect lint and is happy to hang out anywhere from in a sock drawer or on a nightstand to tucked away in a jewelry box.
It's cheap and I wouldn't use it for storage, just get rid of it, preferably by recycling.
The box is not as discreet as the toy itself and lets you know it's a vibrator. I guess if you're giving it to someone at a birthday or bachelorette party, it lets them know what it is instead of making them wonder why you got them a kind of funny-looking necklace.
It was fun to use as a couple and aside from the issue of how small it was, easy to manipulate and I do really like the shape.
Unfortunately, the motor eventually wore out after a few months. I guess it's your call if it's worth it for the price, or if you'd try to be more careful with it. I'm not really sure why it died, but it was nice while it lasted.
I really liked this little toy, but both of us agree we would not buy it again. It certainly wasn't a waste and I think we got the value's worth out of it by the time it croaked.
|Can not wait for my Pirate Vibe to get here, my own little secret.||2|
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