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Lovely Bumps of Coconuts

The Bliss is a cute toy more geared toward beginners looking for a second or third toy. It is strong, quiet, and waterproof, but the bumps of the toy can be irritating if you use it for too long or are sensitive. If texture is your thing though, here it is.
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Pros:
Waterproof
Quiet
Pretty Strong
Cons:
Bumps can Irritate
Only 1 Color
Rating by reviewer:
4
extremely useful review

Use

Well... maybe not coconuts, but wouldn't you like to do a coconut toss at an old school fair? Back then, there were always good prizes...

But I digress, because this little guy may please you. The Dreamer's Bliss, while not as... dynamic as a bunch of coconuts, is still worth its weight in fun. Advertised as a massager, the Bliss is great for many erogenous zones. The little bumps that round the top give a pleasing texture that can titillate the senses. The little bumps are also good for massage for muscles. While you'll probably need your partner to reach to all the knots in your back, the little bumps allow for both grip on the skin and a way to burrow in a bit for a slightly deeper massage then a completely smooth toy.

Even if you were to use this as muscle massager, it's obvious this Bliss was designed for a little more than that. Compared to some other toys in this Cal Exotics line, the Bliss is more beginner friendly in all dimensions. Even the texture is not too extreme and may intrigue a beginner interested in texture. Given the price, this toy would make a good gift for a friend or partner still learning their preferences. Even if they end up not loving the Bliss, they'll still have an idea of what they'll like in the future, so it's a success either way (and less money is potentially wasted). The Bliss may also be useful for those looking for a waterproof toy for shower fun. It's quiet for its strength and might appeal to those who don't have the privacy they wish they had. This little guy might be too plain for the more avid toy collector/player. It is not that the Bliss is a bad toy, it's just has nothing special if you have a few other toys with similar vibrations and dimensions in your arsenal.

The Bliss can be used for vaginal penetration, angle it a bit if you want a little G-spot stimulation. it has no designated tip for this, but you can get a little something using the bumps of the toy. Externally, the bliss can massage the P-spot from the perineum for men. Essentially most external anatomy isn't safe from the Bliss's reach. This toy is great for teasing, and the bumps can give you a little extra grip as you glide along your or your partners skin. Add lubricant if you wish to get a smooth glide instead.

The Dreamer's bliss is not designed for anal insertion due to its material make up and lack of a flared base. Because the toy is slightly porous, it is best to use a condom over the toy if you decide to use this toy for teasing the anal opening.
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • 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
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • All over body

Material / Texture

The Bliss is made with plastic and coated with Velvet Cote. I wish the toy manufacturers gave more information on the plastics they use. The materials page says that the plastic is non-porous, but there are still hundreds of different plastics that could have been used to make the toy, and not all plastics are non-porous.

Then the plastic is coated with Velvet cote. Looking at the page, it seems that Velvet cote is a created polymer designed to replace other coatings, such as polyurethane (PU). The Velvet cote is non-porous, phthalate free, and designed to have vibration travel through it better. You won't find much on its creation/compostions unless you do some serious digging (which makes me wonder how competitive the sex toy making business is...)

Either way, the Bliss clock in at an 8 safety rating, which is pretty darn good! It is body safe for its intended purposes.

The texture of the Bliss is smooth except for the seven bumps that for a line across the tip, and the overall waves the toy has. The waves give it 3 bulges, but it's not extreme. It is still quite beginner friendly, and potentially boring for fans of texture. The toy is firm, and will stay where you direct it.



There is no overt odor or taste to the Bliss.
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all

Design / Shape / Size

If you take away the bumps from the Bliss, it is a standard, yet wavy, vibrator. It's nothing especially new or invigorating, but I rather have a stronger, more original toy than a weak, novel toy if I had to choose one or the other.

I already own the Dream Massager G and the Platinum Charisma Zia. They are sister toys to the Bliss, and when you see a picture of them lined up, you can see the similarities.



All three toys have the same controls and turn dial at the base of the toy. The Bliss is more like the Massager G in terms of overall shape; they both have wavy bulges while the Zia has more distinct bulges in the center and top. The main difference in terms of size is the girth. Both the Zia and Massager G have a circumference at over 5 inches. Personally, I feel 5 inches is a bit much for me and prefer more slender toys that hover around 4 inches (Over 5 inches also seems to be the point where many members of the community state the toy is for more for intermediate to advanced users or those who prefer girthy toys). The Bliss has circumference of about 4.5 inches around its widest point, which is refreshing.

All three toys are roughly the same length, wish a max difference within an inch or so. The Bliss is a bit over 6 inches long with an insertable length of 4.5 inches. The length may not be enough for those who prefer to easily thrust with their toys. If thrusting, be aware that the bumps might irritate you if your are sensitive, use the toy for a long period of time, or are not lubricated enough.

The Bliss is travel friendly. It can be put in a sleeve and thrown in a purse or hygiene bag. It's best to remove the batteries during travel so the toy doesn't accidentally turn on. While pretty discrete in terms of Bees, the Bliss will probably create a racket in your bag if it vibrates against anything hard. That is one embarrassing situation easy to avoid, thank goodness!
    • Beginner

Functions / Performance / Controls

Like its sisters, the Bliss has the same controls. The turn dial at the base has little indents around it to give you an easy grip. Turning the dial will power the toy on its lowest setting. At its lowest, the bliss is about 1 Vroom and 1 Bee. You can crank the toy to its highest setting, which is a high 3, low 4 Vroom and a solid 2 Bees. If you throw a blanket over and close the door, you shouldn't be heard.

The controls are easy to use and learn. It might be annoying for some because turning the knob can be cumbersome during internal use. If you tend to stick with one setting, it is best to set it before use. If you tend to move around between intensities, the Bliss may not work for you. Externally, this isn't an issue because the toy is facing you.

The Bliss is waterproof and has the plastic/rubber ring protecting the battery cage from water. It manages the shower like a pro. I have not submerged it completely, I leave the base of the toy above water to be safe. It should be able to hold up, though. The Bliss takes two AA batteries and seems to hold them well.
    • Discreet sound
    • Easy to use

Care and Maintenance

Care is simple for the Bliss. You can use soap and water, wipes, or alcohol wipes to clean. Because it has electric components, it should not be boiled. In general, Velvet cote should not be boiled (my guess is it would liquify). The only places debris really gathers is around the bumps of the toy. Take a cloth, moist paper towel, or your nail to the edges to get any debris out from around it. The toy is light in color, so you can see a little lint on it, but it doesn't attract it like silicone.

The bliss can be used with both water and silicone based lubricants. If you decide to let your toy sit in the sink (perhaps with other toys) it is best to remove the batteries from the toy (you never know). Once it is dry, the bliss can be stored in your general toy storage.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store

Packaging

The Dreamer's Bliss come in a glossy, thin, trapezoid-shaped cardboard box. It is not discreet or intended for ling term storage.

Personal comments

The Bliss can be used for massage, clitoral stimulation, and vaginal insertion. Clitorally (like it?), it is ok. It's nothing special and will probably be more of a warm up or teaser before you reach for your next toy or partner. The bumps add sensation and a point, but unless you want to leave your wrist at an awkward angle for pinpoint stimulation, it's not fantastic. Internally, it is not designed for hard thrusting because those bumps can irritate the vagina.

If you have to choose between the three toys, the Zia, Massage G, or Bliss. take this to mind: If you want G-spot stimulation AND clitoral stimulation, go with the Massager G. If you're whimsy, like funky shaped toys, and are more an external person, or like teasing erogenous zones, go with the Zia. If you want some texture, penetration, and occasionally massage muscles, go with the Bliss. In terms of gift giving, the Bliss is best for newbies compared to the other two. The Zia is great if the giftee is more an external user. The Massager G is best if the giftee already knows what they like, has a couple of toys already, or like girth.

Experience

I like the Bliss the least of the trio. It just seems awkward when compared to the two sister toys I own. If I didn't have the Zia and Massager G, I might like the Bliss more because I wouldn't be comparing it all the time.

The Bliss is not a toy you let your partner thrust into you with abandon. Those bumps would not be pleasant. If anything, it is best for teasing the vaginal entrance in a slower, more controlled manner.
Follow-up commentary
This one is cute, and is nice to have if you have the sister vibes. However, there are better toys out there. Again, there's nothing wrong with this toy, it's just that there are better ones out there.
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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  • bh253
    bh253  
    Very useful, thanks! I enjoy your reviews.
  • Mwar
    Mwar  
    Thank you!
  • G&L
    G&L  
    Great Review
  • namelesschaos
    namelesschaos  
    Good Review. nice comparison pic.
  • pixxie87
    pixxie87  
    thank you
  • GONE!
    GONE!  
    Thanks for the review and pics. Now I need to go eat some coconut haha.
  • RomanticGoth
    RomanticGoth  
    Thank you for sharing. It looks like a nice toy.
  • D'Amore
    D'Amore  
    "I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts!" Good review!
  • KrissyNovacaine
    KrissyNovacaine  
    I'm sold on this one!
  • darkkitty
    darkkitty  
    Thank you!
  • Edeneve
    Edeneve  
    great review, very detailed - great comparison too
  • Tuesday
    Tuesday  
    How interesting. I like my Dreamer's Bliss 100x better than my Dream Massager G.
  • Tbanda
    Tbanda  
    Thanks!
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    SUBMISSIVE  
    Thank you!
  • Cat E.
    Cat E.  
    Nice photos!
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    purpledesert  
    Great review, thanks for the pics!
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