It was fun while it lasted.I like this toy, I really do... It got the job done every time for me. But the fact that both Wild G's that I've owned have stopped working less than a year after purchase really puts a damper on the whole experience. And it really didn't help that Cal Exotics doesn't care at all about customer dissatisfaction. I don't think I'll be buying this toy again.
This toy comes in a relatively simple plastic casing (the horrible kind that you can never open with your bare hands) with a paper insert, describing the many features of the toy within. Upon defeating the evil plastic that wanted to keep my toy away from me, I held my first vibrator in awe. The first thing I noticed was the nice, gently curving shape of the Wild G. It has a round, slightly curved tip for better internal stimulation. I did find the girth a bit intimidating at first, but eventually got used to it. You will need some sort of water-based lubricant for this toy. The material does have a slightly sweet, chemical smell when it's brand new, but that fades after a few uses and washes. The clitoral attachment has not one, not two, but THREE prongs, just in case your clit is slightly lower. Also- a major bonus in my eyes- the clitoral attachment is NOT shaped like some poor cute little animal.
Now, for a few key points:
-The raised buttons are easy to work with, even if your hands are wet/slippery and you can't see what you're doing.
-This toy definitely has a rating of 3 or 4 bees. If you live in a house or apartment with other people they WILL hear the buzzing whenever you use this, even if you've got the door shut and you're under the covers.
-I have skin allergies and this material didn't give me any problems. Its got a nice feel to it, but you will need some sort of water based lube to make insertion easier.
-Cleaning is easy since this toy is water proof. I've heard some people say that they dislike the smell of the material, but after a few uses (and cleanings, obviously) it's more mild, or completely unnoticeable.
-The material does tend to pick things up, like hair and other fuzzy things.
And then it stopped working.
I called the manufacturer, asking if they had some sort of policy about replacing items that just stopped working despite proper care and maintenance. Sadly, they told me that because it had been over 90 days since my purchase, they were no longer held accountable for any problems with their product.
So, I decided it was worth it to buy another, figuring that maybe I just had a dud. I ordered another one, did a little happy dance when it arrived in the mail and all was right in the world again... for about 6 months. One day, my partner and I went to use it and the rotating beads no longer worked. The motor runs, but there is no motion. Once again, the company was unsympathetic. I like the toy, but I'm really unimpressed with Cal Exotics' customer service.
I definitely like this rabbit, but I don't think I'll be buying another one after this one gives out (as it will inevitably do).