The Uncomfortable TouchAll in all, I'd say buying the Micro Touch is worth it for the price. Even though it wasn't a great fit for me, it doesn't mean that the design wasn't spot on.
Perfect travel toy
There was a fairly strong plastic odor upon opening the package but after being washed, most of the scent has dissipated.
The toy is tiny and perfect for travel. If you're trying to forgo a bag and need to take it with you somewhere, it will easily slip into one's pant or jacket pocket. So, the size is absolutely perfect for a toy on the go.
As I stated, the toy is small. Insertion would probably be good for nothing, which is fine as the Micro Touch is intended for clitoral stimulation. So if you're looking for penetration, you'll have to look elsewhere.
The actual strength of this tiny vibe is pretty amazing considering it runs on only one AAA battery. The noise level is a bit louder than one would want if you share a dorm room or apartment but nothing a few blankets or a closed door won't muffle. It is partially made of hard plastic and in my experience, noise does tend to be an issue with plastic toys.
The design is also a great feature of the Micro Touch. The bulb head and the protrusions give you different textures to experiment with, while the ribbed sides make maneuvering and holding onto it easy.
Then there is always the bad side.
I wanted to like this toy but I couldn't. I'm rather sensitive and the protrusions at the end are uncomfortable and borderline painful when I've tried to use it.
The Micro Touch is just not the toy for me, despite the positive things I've been able to pick out about it.
The control is merely a button at the end of the vibrator. It's not so small that you have to search to switch it off nor is it too large that you might accidentally hit it in the middle of use.
As I stated previously, the noise level is fairly high with the Micro Touch. The trade-off is strong vibrations from a plastic toy.
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