I like this as an every once in a while surprise. If you want to add a little something to your oral, I say try it. Since it is inexpensive it isn't a big loss if it doesn't thrill you.
Little big for my mouth
Published:August 10, 2012
If you're not the one for tongue piercings, trying one of these would be fun. For those of you who have a tongue piercing, I would say, spring for the money on a regular vibrating tongue ring. It would be more worth the money and time.
Compact, fits anywhere, easy to use, decent vibrations
slips off of tongue easily
Published:April 02, 2012
This toy is a bust. Don't waste your money on it. I give kudos for the good idea, but it just won't stay on your tongue. Its main function is, well, dysfunctional.
-Good vibrations for such a small bullet
-Doesn't fit at all
-Doesn't last long
-Gets really dirty (and not in the good way)
Published:March 19, 2012
Not something I would ever recommend to anyone nor would i get it again. It was a great idea but just didn't make the cut.
it has semi strong vibrations, waterproof
doesn't stay put, too bulky in the mouth
Published:February 15, 2012
With the Tongue Dinger you can add a little spice to your oral sex life! Its not too strong, but not "weak". Just enough to give your oral magic a little pizazz! Cute and fits anyone, bullet is disposable after 45 mins or so, but ring is reusable.
Waterproof, disposable, reusable, stretchy
Only lasts 45 minutes
Published:January 24, 2012
If you’re looking for a tongue vibrator this is definitely not the one you want, but if you looking for a great little experimental toy, then for the price you can’t pass it up. The vibrations are great just not in your mouth.
Good Vibrations, great for experimenting, and easy to clean and store.
Pinches the tongue, super small (swallow hazard),and disposable.
Published:October 25, 2011
I cannot recommend this item based on my experience because, while the idea behind it is great and it is a really fun toy to try out, the difficulty of keeping the vibrator on the tongue makes for more of a frustrating experience. If this problem were solved, this little item would be in regular rotation in my bedroom because its concept is so simple and it requires no advance preparation. Throw it on your tongue and have fun!
- It works and feels great for the woman
- It falls off way too easily
Published:July 04, 2011
This product wouldn't stay on the tongue and provided little stimulation. For the price it would be great for beginners.
It is cheap and good for beginners.
Would not stay on the tongue.
Published:June 22, 2011
For a five dollar toy, it's not bad, but it's not amazing either. It's got itty bitty pieces that make changing the batteries basically not worth it. If you lose the switch, then you've ruined the toy. It's not pure silicone as claimed, it fits awkwardly, and it's certainly not waterproof. It's an inexpensive thrill, but don't expect anything earth-shattering for the price.
Inexpensive, novel idea, quiet
not pure silicone, not for repeated uses, tiny pieces, not waterproof as claimed
Published:May 29, 2011
This vibrating tongue ring is worth what you pay. Although it doesn't work how it's supposed to, with a little imagination you can get your five dollars worth easily.
moderate vibrations, easy to clean, fun and cheap
tiny yet feels large in mouth, doesn't stay on, minuscule battery life
Published:February 20, 2011
This is a very versatile toy. While not the most well thought-out design with the super-stretchy band, you will find plenty of uses for this little dinger! If you're blessed with a long enough or thick enough tongue, you could even use it as intended!
Discreet, Quiet, Versatile
Not Waterproof, Battery prices make it not worth changing batteries
Published:November 12, 2010
This item is worth the price, providing almost 40 minutes of action. The downside of slipping off the tongue was annoying but with a little creativity, the Tongue Dinger could still be deployed.
Good vibrations, relatively quiet, good ratio of price and play.
Would not stay on tongue.
Published:October 29, 2009
This item is definitely worth spending five dollars. It's easy to carry around without being noticed. The disappointing factor it's is longevity.
It's small and portable.
It could last longer.
Published:September 19, 2009