Swiss Army BulletVeteran toy connoisseurs and doe-eyed newcomers to the sex toy scene alike will find something they like about this toy. It has an impressive variety of vibration patterns to choose from and an easy, mostly intuitive remote control. Single, taken, somewhere in between - this versatile toy will play nice with other toys in tandem.
Couples would easily be able to integrate this into their bedroom shenanigans with relatively little issue - it's small, unobtrusive, and easy to handle, though bigger fingers/hands may find it awkward to get a proper grip on the bullet part itself.
If you're flying solo, the Impulse would make a trusty go-to when you need it and pairs easily with other toys to keep the variety going.
However, if you're using this under clothes or tucked into panties, it generally stays where it needs to be, so the size is not unwieldy or intrusive. However, be prepared for questions as to why you have a light-up remote control in your pocket - the only caveat about this bullet is that the remote itself is a bit large and awkward to stash away if you want to engage in some public fun.
I found the escalating pattern to be the most enticing, as it quickly moves from 1-10 in intensity and then drops back down again. If you're a saucy type that likes to tease, consider this your latest weapon. The ten levels of intensity to choose from have a fairly impressive range. 1 is barely more than a slight rumble, whereas 10 is surprisingly strong. This makes the Impulse bullet a rare unicorn in the world of bullets, as it should appeal to a very wide range of needs in terms of intensity.
Unfortunately, one of the biggest cons I found with this toy is that it can get pretty loud at the upper levels. Because the motor is compacted into a tight space, too much outside pressure applied to the plastic case causes an annoying buzz that is damn near impossible to stop. Lower levels of intensity are fairly quiet, which would be perfect for discreet public play, but upper levels may cause concern as to how many cell phones you may be smuggling in your crotch.
I was also displeased that it does not have a general on/off button. In order to turn it on, you simply press the intensity button up to 1, but you cannot loop through the options. In order to get back down to one or to turn the toy off completely, you have to click all the way back down through the numbers.
The bullet itself seemed to do fine when used in water, but do not expose the battery pack to any kind of moisture. Bath-takers should be in the clear with due caution, but this isn't one to tag along in the shower.
With hard plastic, any lube your precious heart desires will work just fine.
I dislike that it's difficult to hold on to for more direct play and makes my fingers go numb, but it packs a lot of power for the price tag and I'm sure it would make a good sidekick to other toys if I used it more often. The buzzy noise is still annoying and still impossible to get rid of, but I think this is overall a fairly solid toy with potential for someone more inclined to bullets than myself.