Form 6

G-spot vibrator by Jimmyjane

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Please Don’t Fall for the Marketing

While Form 6 strives to be versatile, the desirable features packed into the toy cannot overcome the drawbacks. Being water-proof, rechargeable, silicone and having dual motors are all great qualities, but they cannot provide a user-friendly and pleasurable experience imperative of all high-quality vibrators, especially for this price range.
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Pros:
Rechargeable, two motors, water-proof, high quality silicone
Cons:
lint magnet, hard to press buttons, very uncomfortable seams, rigid and awkward
Rating by reviewer:
2
extremely useful review

Use

I first found out about the brand Jimmyjane looking at an advertisement for the Form 2. Browsing through their site, I quickly fell for the chic marketing and became convinced that I need a Jimmyjane in my vibrator collection. My motivation for buying Form 6 was extremely simple; I wanted something that would please me, spoil me and make my vibrator experiences more pleasurable. I am not naïve enough to think 185 dollars is going to buy me a miracle. I’ve spent much more on shoes that gave me blisters. To me, luxury sex toys exist to make my life easier and more pleasurable. It should be effortless to operate, comfortable, and safe. While the Form 6 is packed with desirable qualities, it failed to please me on very basic levels.

The Form 6 is marketed as a very flexible toy. It is designed for both internal and external stimulation, vaginal and anal penetration. The two insertable ends each contain a motor. The smaller end provides buzzier, surface vibrations while the bigger end produces rumblier, deeper vibrations. The two ends can be controlled separately and simultaneously. The curved head on the smaller end is supposed to stimulate the G-spot or P-spot when inserted. When using the toy anally please don’t insert beyond the metal collar if the large node is being inserted or halfway along the large node if the small node is being inserted. In a perfect world, Form 6 would provide external and internal stimulation accommodating both advanced and beginner users with its versatility. Yet I find Form 6 to be a failure on multiple fronts.

Being completely water-proof, you can take the Form 6 into the shower, pool or the tub. Like any vibrator, you can use the Form 6 with partners or without, but I wouldn’t recommend either.
  • 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
    • Everyone
    • Solo
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • On a bed only
    • Tub/shower/pool
  • Features
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    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
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

From my research, I’ve learned that Form 6 is made of phthalate-free medical grade platinum silicone. I was expecting something that felt really nice. As I opened the box, my first impression of Form 6 was how hard and harsh it was. From the picture of the product, I’ve always imagined soft, velvety silicone. Contrary to what I was expecting, I got something very rigid and tough. The silicone does not feel refined enough. It’s much rougher than the silicone on Lelo vibrators. I’m not sure if this has to do with the quality or the chemical compounds from this specific mixture of silicone, I only know what my body feels. The silicone doesn’t scream luxury at all. It creates a lot of friction and drag, and attracts all the lint, hair and dust with which it comes into contact. It’s neither soft nor sleek.

Holding the Form 6 in my hand, it feels like there’s a layer of silicone wrapped around a hard (perhaps plastic?) vibrator inside. Hence the toy is not bendable. There’s a very rigid seam all along the silhouette of the toy. It’s perhaps the worst seam I have yet encountered on a toy. For the times I tried to insert the toy, I can truly feel the seam grating against my vaginal wall.

There is a metal band on the thinner end of the toy holding the silicone skin together. It feels cold to the touch, but doesn’t contribute much to the comfort level or sensation during use. Both the silicone and the metal part are odorless and tasteless.
    • Not porous at all
    • Rigid

Design / Shape / Size

Dimensions:
Length: 7 inches
Diameter of smaller end: 1.25 inches
Diameter of the bigger end: 1.75 inches
Diameter around metal ring: 1 inch

Form 6 resembles the shape of a “6”. The bigger end signifies the round part of the “6” and the smaller end curves like the upper part of the number. The silicone wraps around the entire body of the toy, with the exception of a metal ring encasing the narrowest part of the toy, which is also the curve. This ring is divided into three sections by black bands made of rubber material. These bands serve as insulators, so there is a positive and negative polarity at the bottom side of the ring where it comes into contact with the charging dock. The ring doubles in function to secure the silicone layer onto the frame of the vibrator and as a conductor for charging.

Both ends have round heads. The small end has a more acute curve on the head than the larger end. It is angled to provide G-spot, P-spot, and more pinpoint external stimulation. The vibrations from the smaller motor in the small end travel through less material than the vibrations from the larger motor. Therefore they feel more like surface vibrations and yield a buzzier feeling. The large end is designed for deeper insertion and broader surface area contact. The motor is bigger, and because it is nestled deeper into the body of the toy, the vibrations have more depth and rumble.

There are 3 buttons on the back of the Form 6 toward the bigger end. They feel more like slightly raised silicone symbols than actual buttons. They are embedded so much into toy that I need 2 thumbs from both hands on top of each other to have the strength to turn on the vibration. This also means when you have the bigger end inserted, you will have to take the vibrator out every time you want to change the intensity or pattern. Needless to say, with the amount of lube you need to insert this thing, the buttons become even more impossible.

Because the silicone on the toy generates much friction, the bigger end feels very big. Even with a lot lube, it was painful for me to insert. I’d only recommend the insertion of the bigger end for very advanced dildo users. The smaller end is friendlier in terms of size.

The toy looks discreet. Most people won’t realize it’s a vibrator. The buttons are so hard to press that you will not have to worry about anything in your luggage accidentally turning it on. Those two features make Form 6 suitable for travel, yet the only storage Jimmyjane gives is the plastic case (charging dock) for the vibrator. You will have to provide your own pouch or tote for the charger.




    • Discreet look/design

Functions / Performance / Controls

Three buttons on the back of Form 6 allows for individual control of each motor and modes. The “.” controls the intensity of the smaller end while the “o” controls the larger end. The “~” in the middle controls the vibration patterns. There are five different vibration intensity levels for each motor and 6 digital vibration patterns.

To turn on the vibration, you have to press and hold any button for more than two seconds. The light on the Form 6 will flash 3 times to indicate on and off. It will remember the level and pattern you last turned off the vibrator on and resume the same settings.

Jimmyjane markets the toy as having digital vibration patterns. This means the information is transmitted to the motor in the form of discreet and discontinuous symbols rather than continuous signals. Digital signals generally suffer no degradation unlike analog signals that tend to get incrementally corrupted by noise and distortion. I do feel that the patterns on Form 6 are deeper and more pronounced.

The 6 digital vibration modes from the user manual are:
1. Constant – steady dual-node vibration
2. Oscillate – slow vibration wave traversing from end to end
3. Reverberate – coordinated fast and slow vibration waves
4. Thrum – Simultaneous rapid vibration peaks throughout
5. Ripple – Intense pulsing with rapid vibration peaks
6. Pulse – intense pulsing over slow vibration waves


How these vibrations actually feel:
Smaller end:
1. Steady vibration
2. Oscillating weak to strong vibration
3.2x faster oscillating weak to strong
4. Feels the same as #3
5. Fast pulsing
6. Feels the same as #5
Bigger end:
1. Steady vibration
2. Oscillating weak to strong
3. Same as #2, but stronger
4. 2x faster oscillating weak to strong
5. Same as #4, but stronger
6. Feels similar to #2

The toy is fairly loud. It’s still audible behind a closed a door and a layer of covers. At the highest intensity, with both motors turned on, the sound of Form 6 somewhat resembles a crying banshee for me. Unsurprisingly, I was hard-pressed to orgasm when this thing is on. If I use it long enough, my body will eventually surrender and squeeze out a climax for me.

I was excited upon receiving the Form 6, so excited that I actually sat down and read the precautions and instructions. To my dismay, I had to charge the Form 6 for 4 hours before use for maximum battery life. Then while charging, I found out from the user manual that I shouldn’t use the Form 6 for more than 15 minutes at a time.

I was angry. I hated the idea of charging something for 4 hours and only getting 15 minutes of use. I decided to not follow this one direction. However, I learned quickly that Jimmyjane has good reason behind this. The Form 6 got quite warm after just minutes of use, and the screeching seemed to get louder and louder by the minute.

I really love how Jimmyjane markets Form 6 as using “cordless charging” and that there are “no plugs or batteries to hassle with.” After watching the Form 6 commercial, I thought for the longest time that I could just place the Form 6 on the charging base and it will charge without the need of an outlet. I couldn’t work out the mechanics for the longest time in my head. With the vibrator now right in front of me, I can tell you that the charging involves a cord and plug! The vibrator can be placed onto the charging dock, which would be connected to a cord plugged into the wall.


When charging the Form 6, there are 4 lights around the button area to indicate its battery level. The toy can be left on the base; you cannot over-charge the battery.
• 3 blinks – high charge
• 2 blinks – medium charge
• 1 blink – low charge
• 4 slow flashes – zero charge

During my use, I pretty much ignored the smaller end. The only way I could actually get any pleasure from the Form 6 is using the larger end as an external vibrator. The curve on the smaller end functions well as a handle. I normally hold the handle and enjoy the deep and rumbly vibrations from the larger end against my labia. My favorite place to do this is in the shower, because it is the only place I can use the Form 6 without having to stomach all the lint it attracts.
    • Lots of variety in function
    • Rechargeable
    • Strong patterns

Care and Maintenance

Being non-porous and waterproof, if you are not sharing the toy, some warm water and anti-bacterial soap will be enough to clean your Form 6. You can also use toy cleaners or wipes. Do not scrub the toy with harsh materials. Do not boil it or put it in a dishwasher because the delicate internal components will be damaged.

The silicone attracts a lot of lint. To prevent lint from gathering, air -dry the toy after cleaning it thoroughly. Store it in its plastic case/charging dock. You should only use the toy with water-based lubricant as it is made of silicone.
    • Easy to store
    • Hard to clean

Packaging

The packaging of the toy seems underwhelming for such an expensive toy. Lelo, Njoy, Je Joue or even We-Vibe provides better packaging for their toys. Form 6 comes in a cardboard box containing a plastic tray that holds the plastic case and the plug. The toy rests in the plastic case.



The box is very informative, and inside of the box there was also an instruction manual. The box and manual combined tell you just about everything you need to know about the toy.

One thing I like about the packaging is there are seals on the outer box, while the inner contents are bagged and taped. I can clearly tell if the toy has been opened or tampered with. It is impossible to discern with many other brands.

Form 6 comes with a 3 year manufacturer warranty. JImmyjane is the only adult toy brand I know that gives out such generous warranty. To claim the warranty, you will have to register on their site and pay for shipping. I recommend registering your Form 6 as soon as you get it. You also get a 25% off on your next Jimmyjane purchase coupon for registering.
    • Very informative

Experience

My experiences with Form 6 were generally unpleasant. I was able to orgasm from the vibrations from the bigger end, and I enjoyed the vibration patterns. However, the toy is simply was not user-friendly. When using the Form 6, I would open the carrying case on my night stand, take it out. I’d find a lot of dust particles on the surface even though it was thoroughly cleaned and air dried after my previous use. I also need to hold the toy in front of me to firmly and effectively press the buttons. This means I am not getting any pleasure every time I want to change the settings.
Follow-up commentary
After about 45 days of owning the Form 6 (I used it maybe 5-6 times total), my Form 6 started to screech really loudly, a lot louder than usual. I ended up returning it to EF (thank you EF for providing the 60 days return policy).

I thought about trying the Form 4, but didn't want to take the risk until I found out what kind of vibration frequency it has. I know my body responds positively to frequencies around 120 hz. The Lelo toys I enjoy are all around that vibration frequency. Lelo openly discloses this information on their website. I called Jimmyjane to inquire about the Form 4. The customer service agent informed me that their vibration frequencies are "proprietary information." I'm not curious about the Form 4 anymore.
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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Comments
  • Nurse Katie
    Nurse Katie  
    Very detailed, you left nothing out Thanks!
  • Mikemanz
    Mikemanz  
    nice review
  • Red Vinyl Kitty
    Red Vinyl Kitty  
    What a shame! I'm sorry to hear that this one just didn't work out, especially for its price. A toy that heats up doesn't sound cool - especially after only a few minutes of use, and the screeching doesn't sound fun either.
  • Rod Ronald
    Rod Ronald  
    Thanks for the review
  • mp3me
    mp3me  
    Thanks
  • karenm
    karenm  
    Great review! Thanks.
  • ToyBunny
    ToyBunny  
    Sorry it didn't work out.
  • bog
    bog  
    Thank you so much for your thorough review!
  • LoooveMonkey
    LoooveMonkey  
    Great review and really useful pictures.
  • edeneve
    edeneve  
    great review. it amazes me that you know all about the frequencies.
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