Disappointing EyesoreUltimately, I would think a lot about your own preferences before buying this, especially with regard to other toys that you already know and love. If a small, powerful vibe is what you're looking for, this isn't it. If you've exhausted everything and you're looking to splurge on something new, I'd consider taking a chance on this one.
one year warranty, easy to clean, variety in attachments
bad design for different positions, difficult to hold, not rechargeable
This is a (supposedly) luxury clit stimulator, endorsed by Dr. Ruth herself. I read a lot of great reviews for this item before buying it, and I don't doubt that it works fantastically for a lot of people, but unfortunately it was a total let down for me. This is definitely for the more experienced toy user, and someone who's willing to drop a lot of cash on a completely different kind of vibrator. It advertises itself as an "oscillator" and not a traditional vibrator, which means that it moves back and forth rather than vibrating. It gives a different kind of sensation than a vibrator does. The oscillations are similar to a low, rumbly vibrator, which the manufacturer website calls "powerful but gentle". I honestly just didn't appreciate what the oscillations had to offer. If you prefer toys like the Mimi or the Form 2, which have higher intensity vibrations, I wouldn't recommend this.
Considering the cost, the toy itself looks plain... and cheap. The central piece is made of plastic, and it's incredibly unattractive. It doesn't have a smell, but it's heavier than I would like. The attachments are silicone coated TPR, which is firm but flexible. If you use lube with this, water-based is absolutely necessary.
The design itself was the first major flaw for me. It's nearly impossible to use unless you're flat on your back. Even then, positioning it the way I liked it made my wrist hurt, and the weight of the main component was really distracting. The site calls it ergonomic, but I'm not sure who exactly this is comfortable for. The size of the main component means that it is unusable if you're face down. I ended up so frustrated with the design of it that I gave up entirely and switched back to an old favorite. The size of it means that you need a good amount of space to store it (again, comparing it to smaller options, like the Mimi or Form 2).
The main component controls the intensity of the oscillations with a panel that moves up and down for three different levels. It wasn't easy for me to switch the levels during use, and it became distracting. I tried all of the attachments, and honestly just found each one to be lacking. I never hit that "oh my god" moment that a lot of reviewers described. It is a lot quieter than it looks, and it's nice that it doesn't use batteries, but for the price, I would really have liked a rechargeable toy that doesn't keep me tethered to whatever outlet is closest.
The bright side is that it's easy to clean, low maintenance, and if it works for you, it really, really works. Unfortunately for me, about a week after I received it it just ...stopped working entirely. I'm currently talking with the manufacturer to get a replacement, since I've gone past the time allotted by EF to return a defective product, but it's frustrating to buy such an expensive, highly thought of product and be so disappointed in most areas.
This product was provided at a discounted price in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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