Not Worth the MoneyThe PicoBong Kiki is one of the most disappointing toys I have ever reviewed. The form of the toy is great, but it is lacking in function. At the end of the day, aesthetics will only get you so far and the Kiki definitely doesn't have what it takes to push me over the edge.
The Kiki is non-porous and is very easy to clean. It doesn't pick up lint, dog hair, or any of the other things that tend to muck up my toys when I leave them lying around.
While it wouldn't take much effort to figure out what it is, the Kiki doesn't jump out and announce that it is a sex toy. I have the black one and it is actually pretty attractive with a nice matte finish. All in all, this is one of the most appealing toys that I have, appearance wise. The Kiki is lightweight and is very easy to toss into a purse or travel bag. It does not turn itself on very easily, and I wouldn't hesitate to take it anywhere with me.
The Kiki is supposedly waterproof, but I have other toys I would much rather take into the shower with me so I didn't try it.
The toy runs on a AAA battery and the controls are pretty easy to work. There is a plus sign that turns the toy on/ramps up the vibration patterns and there is a minus sign that tones things down and then turns it off.
The best function of the Kiki is that it is very quiet, but I guess that is because the motor doesn't really do very much.
If you use lube with your clit vibes, make sure you use a water-based product since this toy is made of silicone.
I guess I'm going to have to break down and buy another Jolie to fill this niche, as I haven't found anything else that compares.