This... Evil Little ThingI was deeply disappointed by this product, especially considering that it was my very first. It gave me a headache more than once, both figuratively and literally, when its tortured bumble bee cries are brought into consideration. It smelled and it fell apart. I hated it once it began to get bad, but then again, I never really loved it in the first place.
- Worth Less Than Priced
- Doc Johnson
- Harsh Sound
This was my very first toy ever! I used it once or twice and thought it was alright, but I could never fully enjoy it. I would only really use it when I felt that I needed to, which was rarely... and whenever I did, I had to make sure that no one was within listening distance. My room at the time, was outside, based in a shed, and I still worried that someone would hear it! It's not so much that it makes a booming sort of sound, but it certainly could pierce your eardrums if you tilted it the wrong way. It ate through batteries relatively quickly and sometimes, if I caught it just right, it genuinely hurt.
A couple of weeks in, it began to split down the side of its casing. I could still use it if I held it together, but who wants to focus on something like that when they're trying to get off? Not me, thank you. I never treated it roughly, nor did I store it carelessly. It just seemed like it was made of poor materials from the beginning to end. It was disappointing if anything, and partially to blame for my continued discomfort with toys at the time.
It began to smell a bit like overheated plastic after a while, as if it were melting on the inside, which I had checked for and found nothing, and I never put it in my mouth, so I couldn't tell you anything about that. As I said, the sound was... annoying and too loud for my comfort. I thought it was a horrible first toy, and to be honest, all of my Doc Johnson products have failed me in the past. Good luck to anyone who would brave this evil little thing!