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I love the fact that this toy has multiple functions and speeds. It can be used for solo play and partner play. I just really wish it was easier on the battery!
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Pros:
Multifunction, Multispeed, easy to care for
Cons:
Battery-guzzler
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

The Nick Hawk lucky 7 is perfect for stimulation. The areas where I found it to feel the best were my clitoris and nipples. I found the toy to be amazing for solo play and play with others. It worked great with intercourse and also when used solo with a penetration toy. The fact that it's a bullet makes it easy to use during intercourse, and the added vibrations took everything to a whole new level, bringing me to orgasm much faster. The vibrations were also strong enough that my hubby enjoyed the use of this toy during intercourse; he claimed he could feel it as I used it on myself. I was able to hold it in place without having it get in the way.

I think the Nick Hawk Lucky 7 would be great for both beginners and advanced users; the multiple vibration settings make it easy for everyone to find their perfect vibration. I personally enjoyed the 3rd vibration the most. My only issue with this toy is the fact that it sucks-up battery life! I received the toy Saturday afternoon, and it was dead by Sunday night. I was using a generic battery, though. I plan on buying a better, name-brand battery and trying again, hopefully with longer lasting results this time.
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Everyone
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • Nipples

Material / Texture

The Nick Hawk Lucky 7 is made of plastic / PVC. The plastic is also made of food-grade material. It is hypo-allergenic, latex-free, and phthalates-free.

This toy had no smell at all, which was great. I hate when I use a toy and it has a weird odor; I think it ruins the mood. The texture of both the bullet and handheld part is smooth, making it easy to rub in the right areas. I think this toy is perfect for all users; whether they be advanced or beginner, I really think they will enjoy it. As for taste, I have no clue; there was really no need for me to use this toy in that way.
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

I love the design and size of this toy! Like most bullets, it is an oval and is small enough to place right on the clitoris area. The rounded top made it perfect for direct placement. When something is placed directly on my clit, I orgasm very quickly, so it's important for me to have a small enough toy to easily fit there; the Nick Hawk Lucky 7 is the perfect fit. I include a photo of it next to my pinky finger so you can get an idea of its size.



Also, the handheld part easily fit into my hand when I used it during solo play, and fit easily into my hubby's hand during intercourse. The longer cord made it super-easy for couples play.

    • Partner play

Functions / Performance / Controls

The Nick Hawk Lucky 7 has 7 vibration settings: the first 3 are just regular vibrations that build in speed; the next 4 are of pulsing vibrations with different rhythms. The strongest vibrations were strong enough that my husband could feel them when I used it on myself during intercourse. I do like that each setting is different enough that I could tell when they were being changed. When I say the toy has strong vibrations, I do NOT mean Hitachi-like strong; but, for a smaller battery-operated toy, I do think it was strong enough. When I used it during solo play, it did take me a bit longer to reach an orgasm, so I do wish the stronger vibration setting was just a bit stronger.

This toy has a 2-button, easy-to-use system: the top button turns it off and on, and the second button switches between vibrations. The buttons are located at the top, so I was able to use my thumb to easily push the buttons. The toy is not loud at all, making it discreet (it doesn't sound like a swarm of bees are in the room with you.) I'm not sure if the toy is waterproof; I would assume it's not, since it seems like water could easily get into the battery compartment. The toy takes 2 AAA batteries, and my experience is that it's a battery-hog. Like I said before, though, I was using a generic battery. Hopefully with a better-quality battery, it will work better/longer.
    • Battery guzzler
    • Easy to use
    • Lots of variety in function

Care and Maintenance

The smooth material makes it easy to clean, since you don't have to get into any little areas. I simply used soap and warm water on the bullet part; I hand-washed the toy and rinsed it. Finally, I pat it dry with a soft washcloth. I would just be careful not to get any water near the battery area; I do think water could enter easily there. I HIGHLY recommend always cleaning your toys before and after each use. To put it away, I wrapped the cord around the handheld part and stored the toy with my other toys. The small size makes it easy to put away.

The toy is super-easy to care for.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store
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