It's AquariUS, not AquariYOU.Just...simply not that exciting. I personally have never understood the allure of animal-based sex toys, and especially with the incompatibility of this toy as far as meeting stimulation needs across various individual body features, I wasn't overly impressed. It wasn't a BAD experience, but I definitely would not recommend paying $30 for this when you can spend slightly more money and get a Wahl, or a higher-quality "rabbit" vibrator/dildo combination.
Nice texture, nice material - feels good inside and outside.
Positioning of stimulation features is not anatomically a match for different bodies.
This toy aims to provide both clitoral and g-spot stimulation, so female-bodied individuals will have the best luck with it. As is the issue with any toy that promises dual stimulation, however, its success is entirely dependent on the placement of your individual clitoris and g-spot. I'm guessing this toy wouldn't be a great match for bigger individuals, or people that frequently feel the placement of their hot-spots doesn't match what toys usually give. I had a really hard time stimulating both areas at the same time, and the vibrations on the actual dolphin weren't hard enough to make it worth my time to get out the GPS and try to get the positioning right. I ended up using the dildo and then a second vibrator on my clit area because the vibrations from the dolphin (which is, in my humble opinion, one of the least-sexy animals to have on a dildo...which I don't think needs the addition of an animal anyway) weren't enough for me to even feel them, let alone for them to get me off on their own. I would suggest this as more of a jokey sort of "ooh, a sex toy is a funny gift!" gift than for serious play.
The material is cool, admittedly. The gel texture is nice, and the bumpy texture does feel good. It adds somewhat extra stimulation, but not enough to make the poorly-designed shape worth it. Additionally, the vibrations aren't strong enough to move through the dolphin, and the dolphin isn't hard enough to be able to put pressure on it against your clit to get anywhere with it. If you squeeze it really hard with your hand, it starts to feel a little stronger. But unless you have kegels of steel and feel like clenching your muscles for the entirety of your self-love session, this isn't going to do a whole lot in the vibration area. No strong odor, no gross touchy feeling, though.
I didn't like the design at all. I understand the appeal of having a dual stimulation in one toy, but given differences in body types/sizes/shapes/preferences, I think it makes a lot more sense to use two toys at one time. The dildo was too thin for my liking, but also too long - again, that is easily solved if the two toys aren't combined. Dildo-wise it's probably better for beginner users, people that don't frequently engage in penetrative sexual activity and might not be ready to use a larger toy. I wouldn't expect very many people to be able to get off solely from using this toy, unless you need absolutely no clitoral stimulation and can orgasm from G-spot stimulation only. It's easy to hide as much as any other toy is - if you have a drawer, you're probably fine, but it's by no means subtle or discreet. It looks like a sex toy. If you don't want the TSA to know you're planning on having you-time on your vacation, probably don't bring this one with you.
Vibrations are located mostly in the shaft, not so much in the dolphin, which is what is actually supposed to provide the clitoral stimulation in the first place. It's relatively quiet, actually, which was a nice surprise. I didn't use it in the water so cannot speak to how waterproof it is or isn't, but given its lack of strength on dry land I can't really imagine that it is any different underwater. The controls are located on the dial at the base of the toy, and are easy to use but do not have a whole lot of variations as far as settings are concerned. It kind of felt like all or nothing - VERY light vibrations, or the max vibration (which still wasn't very strong). I didn't use it for long enough to wear down batteries, so I really can't speak to whether or not it is a "battery guzzler," either, but the fact that it takes AAAs - which I never have in my house, because few things use them - and not AAs - which I ALWAYS have in my house, because everything else uses them - meant that it took ages for me to actually fire this puppy up because I never had the batteries around and never remembered to pick them up when I was out.
Easy to care for, easy to clean, easy to use with lube. Easy to store - again, just put it where all of your other obvious sex toys go and I can't see why you'd have a problem. Difficult to use with other toys, as much as it makes it a better experience, because it's hard to weasel a vibrator in between you and the dolphin because of where the dolphin is positioned. However, the dolphin is bendy, so in that respect it isn't too much of a hassle, just an occasional annoyance. In terms of material compatibility in general, I give it an A+.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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