Naughty and NiceThis toy is fantastic. It works in the water and runs forever on the same batteries. It's quiet and strong and all you can really ask for in a bullet!
In the meantime, I will tell you about what I did get to enjoy with this toy. My three favorite things in the world are sex toys, being in the water, and orgasms. This toy brought those three things together. I had no problem with multiple uses in the water, though now that I think of it, I suppose there is a small possibility that water could have caused the problem. However, it worked very well the times I did use it in the water. There's nothing more relaxing than a nice, hot bubble bath, a glass of wine, some music, and a good vibrator.
The toy has a lovely, velvety texture that comes from the silicone cote over hard plastic, which means it's easy to clean and disinfect with warm water and antibacterial soap. For easy storage, it comes with a nice drawstring bag that is made of something like really soft sweatshirt material.
The bullet runs on two AA batteries, and it appears to run on the same two batteries for weeks on end. Even with daily (sometimes several times daily) use, it ran on the same batteries for quite a while. I thought it was kind of interesting that instead of running weaker like many toys, it would cut out and turn off when it got to a level at which it did not have enough power to run.
The Bnaughty has a nice, multilevel vibration. It has four levels, and I feel it corresponds well with EF's “bee” rating system. I would call the level four vibrations strong enough to do the job, but they are possibly weak for someone looking for a lot of power. I felt the transition from one level to the next was very smooth.
Despite its power, this toy is incredibly quiet! Out in the open, it's the quietest bullet I've ever had (and I've had several). Under the covers and against the skin, it's nearly silent! I travel quite a bit, and I have roommates. It's wonderful to be able to play when I want without worrying about being overheard.
I really like the styling of the toy, in general. Both the bullet itself and the handle are covered in the velvety, textured cote. The handle has a nice ergonomic feel, and the buttons are easy to operate. There is one for up and one for down. There are four lights next to the buttons that tell you what level you're on.
The packaging is nice and classy: a black-and-grey-schemed box with the normal plastic shell for the toy to sit in. It's not exactly discreet, but it isn't too bad either.