Symphony Opus - vibrator by Evolved Novelties - review by Juliettia

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Symphony Opus

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One Woman Symphony

This is a awesome g-spot or clitoral stimulator that hits the right spots with three powerful speeds of vibration. It comes in a beautiful bright-red tin that makes for a great gift to yourself or someone else!
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Pros:
Bullet at the tip makes it a clitoral stimulator as well. Powerful. Beautifully packaged.
Cons:
All in one push button - no easy off. Pulls at pubic hair.
Rating by reviewer:
4
useful review
I'm not going to lie, the first thing that attracted me to the Opus Waterproof; Symphony Edition was the bright-red tin packaging box. Beautifully designed with a window in the shape of the vibrator so you could see just what it looks like. The packaging makes for a nice gift whether you're buying for yourself or someone else.

The Symphony Opus is made with TPR, which is phthalate-free and supposed to be odorless. This was not the case in my experience. Upon inspecting the Symphony Opus my nose twitched with a smell that I can only describe as markers. Even after washing with soap and water the smell lingered when being held a few centimeters from my nose.

The Symphony Opus is 8 inches long, with six of the eight inches being insertable. Unlike slimmer g-spot vibrators the Symphony Opus holds it's own with a diameter of 1.75 inches, making it nice for beginners who want something in a realistic size. Since the Symphony Opus is made with TPR it should only be used with water or silicone based lubricants. If you're planning on sharing this toy you should cover it with a condom since TPR is porous and cannot be disinfected. You can however wash it with water and mild soap to clean but not disinfect it. The base is not wider than the toy itself, so is not safe for anal play unless you'd like to take a trip to the ER for retrieval.

Described as being firm and flexible I found it to be pretty light-weight and somewhat floppy while being held in my hands. Once I began to play with it did it stand up to it's claim. How that works I'm not sure. There are little oval shaped bumps which can be found around each of the three 'bulbs' located on the shaft directly below the bullet. Maybe it's just me but I was not able to feel them once the Opus was inside of me, so I'm convinced they are there for looks rather than pleasure.

The bullet for the three speed vibrator is located at the tip of the vibrator. This is what attracted me to this particular vibrator, but it may not be pleasurable for some who need more pressure than vibration to get off. Since I'm of the vibration brand the Symphony Opus not only makes and excellent g-spot vibrator but a clitoral stimulator as well. Just be careful if you feature pubic hair and are not wet naturally or lubricated, because the Symphony Opus can and will grab at your pubes making for an annoying and painful experience.

The only way to describe the three speeds of vibration featured in the Symphony Opus and that is "buzz" "Buzzzz" "BUZZZ". It's a constant buzzing with no pulsing. The first speed is almost like a cellphone vibration feels great when warming up against your labia or even on your g-spot. The second speed is a nice powerful step up from the cellphone. The third is a powerful buzz that matches the halfway point of most rabbit vibrators. So be cautious if you don't like strong vibrations too soon.

The on, speed change, and off button are all wrapped into one little push button located at the bottom of the toy. While this can be great if you only want to move one finger to control your vibrations while thrusting, it turned out to be a big negative for me when the speed changed or it turned off due to an accidental bump of some of my thigh fat during use. Another issue with the all in one button is that you have to cycle through all the speeds before powering off. The Symphony Opus may not have anything to do with music, but it does make some noise that can be heard through the covers.

I've not yet used the Symphony Opus in the shower. Have no fear however that it is waterproof as it claims. After use I left it in a sink full of warm water for twenty minutes. Five of which was spent happily buzzing around. Upon inspecting the battery chamber I found no water or leaks in the toy. So as long as you screw the battery base on correctly and tightly you shouldn't have a problem.

The Symphony Opus takes two AA batteries, which have a little clip in holder that pops into the base of the vibrator before the cap screws on. This insures that they don't knock around and are easy to get out and put in. I wish that more toys would feature this, as I hate it when batteries suddenly 'pop out' of their intended place. Just be careful when drying the Symphony Opus as it's a bit of a lint magnet.
Follow-up commentary
The Symphony Opus has been in my possession for a while now. I'm happy to report that even a few months later, I still enjoy the toy the same as when I received it. What's not to love?

Not much has changed from my original review, except that I have noticed some small tearing on the inside of the material near the bullet. I believe that this is due to my bending the toy to create more pressure as I'm playing with it. So take heed with this floppy yet firm toy, and try not to bend it too much. That seems to be it's only weakness so far.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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Comments
  • Carrie Ann
    How was cleaning this with all those bumps and nooks and ridges?
  • Juliettia
    The cleaning was alright. It's not one of those toys you can just do one wipe with, but it doesn't require 20 minutes either. Most of my time was spent making sure the canals of the bumps was clean.
  • Adriana Ravenlust
    This looks so fun. I find that I cannot feel -most- texture/shapes on insertable toys. Alas. Good review!
  • ~LaUr3n~
    Thorough review! Good job. Check mine out if you can.
  • Machina
    I love the textures on this toy too! They're really interesting.
  • C4ss
    Seems good. Thanks for the review.
  • Online
    Good job!
  • Bignuf
    Thanks for a super review.
  • AmberM
    Thanks for the review.
  • GlacVic
    good review, thanks
  • BlooJay
    Great review. Thanks!
  • skeeterlynn
    Thank you
  • SexySoundLab
    interesting
  • Nacht Stern
    Thank you for the information!
  • TigerLily9
    thanks bunches for the review!
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