Even For Free, It's Not For Me!This vibrator has little saving grace. It's small, so it's easy to hide or carry around, but why you would want to is beyond me. It has no power, only two settings, and doesn't get the job done. I've seen mention that it's a great first vibrator for those getting into toys, but honestly if I had used this as my first exploration I would wonder what the big deal was and remain abstinent for the rest of my life. I'm glad it was free because I would hate to think I spent money on it.
Small, discreet, water resistant, made of silicone
Powerless, hard to use the controls, only two settings
If you're looking for a vibrator that focuses solely on clit stimulation, you might pick this one up. If you're looking for a toy that actually does the job, this isn't it. The power behind it just doesn't give a strong enough vibration to stimulate. However, if you only need a slight movement to get your motor going, then it's a viable option. It's small, so you can take it with you on the go to give you a little tickle when you need it.
This toy has a silicone outer casing, which is a big win for me. It makes it easy to clean, smooth, and a good option for play among anyone looking for a no-fuss toy. I do find that there's a factory smell to it when you first get it, but I'm sure that will fade as it becomes used more.
I'm assuming this toy is meant to be shaped like a finger, though the way it's designed is awkward. You stick your finger in the hole, then the toy is at a 90 degree angle, and your finger is meant to control the single button within the ring that houses the on/off switch. Yeah, it's only got two settings, which doesn't aid in making it useful. The bullet is encased within the silicone, and can be removed, but the power just doesn't make the entire toy stimulating. I tried different angles to find the highest area of vibration, but because of the small size it was hard to maneuver and I never hit on that perfect spot.
When a toy uses two watch batteries to power it, that is a definite sign that it will be lacking in strength. Because there's no graduated settings for the vibrations, you turn it on and twist and turn your hand in hopes of finding the area that has the most stimulation. I'm still looking. The material is meant to be splash proof, so I guess you could take it into the shower with you and see what it does, but the water from your showerhead will probably give you more stimulation than this toy.
Because it's made of silicone and the bullet is removable, cleaning is a breeze. A little soap and water and you're done. And because it's so small, no special storage area is required.
The toy came encased in plastic and, while the "pull here to start opening" area was clearly marked, the plastic itself was rather brittle so it didn't tear easily along the pre-cut lines. You can't re-use the packaging either, so make sure you have somewhere to keep your toy.
I don't think I'm power-hungry when it comes to toys, but I do expect a toy to at least give me a little stimulation. This one did not and, after much frustration, I forewent the trouble and chose one of my other toys to do the job. If you're a beginner and have not explored your clit at all, maybe this toy will be a nice start, but for anyone else it's not going to be useful.
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