Tina, Rock my worldHere's a bit of trivia. Rock Star Tina is named after the infamous singer performer, Tina Turner. I absolutely love the vibration speeds. Even the lowest level is great. I truly would love Tina if it wasn't so loud. The noise does interfere with the most wonderful pleasure I can experience despite the fact that I don't need to be careful of them being overheard. Oh Rock Star Tina, you can rock my world anytime, anywhere, always.
Don't just reserve Tina for solo play. Let your partner pleasure your G-spot, clit, and whole body with her. Share her and have fun with your partner, too. What are their pleasure spots? Pleasurably explore each other's body with Tina. And as a caution, do not use anally since there is no flared base.
Where can you use Rock Star Tina? Let me count the ways. Obviously your bed is one choice. Are you adventurous? How about your living room? The couch, floor, or even an oversized chair can be quite fun when using Tina. And Water? Well, let me see. Taking Tina into your shower or bath can give you pleasure and orgasms. Even further, teasing and pleasing in a pool or hot tub can be so exciting.
When in a roommate living situation, using the vibrator can be a huge concern because it might be heard outside a closed door. There's really nothing to be concerned about it here. Just turn on some music or TV at a normal or loud sound level This will cover the noise of Rock Star Tina through the closed door. If in a roommate situation, I wouldn't use Tina while my roommate is in the room. Tina is so noisy that she can be heard beneath bedcovers. And turning on loud music or TV could be disruptive for your roommate.
Silicone is the safest adult toy material. It is phthalates free, hygienic, non toxic, hypoallergenic, non porous, latex free, and very durable. PU cote has the same safety properties as silicone and is one of the safest adult toy materials too. ABS is a hard plastic which is another one of the safest adult materials, too. The circle of pyramids is made of ABS. It too is phthalates free, hygienic, non toxic, hypoallergenic, non porous, latex free, and very durable.
The silicone is of such quality that it doesn't drag/pull on my skin as I glide it across the inner part of my arm. It is velvety, silky smooth, and soft yet not so soft that it gives a lot. A matte finish covers the silicone. Half of the shaft is slightly flexible. The flexibility extends to just above the third bump. The flexibility enables Rock Star Tina to conform to your unique anatomy.
The round tip of Tina is where the strongest vibrations are felt. Place it just right to pleasurably stimulate your G-spot. The bumps as a whole will massage and satisfy your vaginal walls. Not only does Rock Star Tina offer you G-spot orgasms, it can also titillate your clit for just fun or to orgasm. The broad based tip is perfect for clit stimulation.
The lowest one third of Rock Star Tina is where the handle and battery cap are found. Two options for a handle are available for your preference. At the very bottom of Tina is a sphere that can serve as a small yet adequate handle for some or you can use the whole base. And, the controls are located at the base of the sphere. The graduating bumps on the shaft are various in circumference. If you desire, you can even insert the three rows of the tiny pyramids. This could add stimulation to the outer part of your vagina.
the dimensions are as follows:
Length Insertable: 4"
Length Insertable including the Pyramids: 4 1/2"
Length Handle including Sphere: 2 1/2"
Length Sphere: 1 1/4"
Circumference widest of Tip: 3"
Circumference widest of 1st Bump: 3 1/2"
Circumference widest of 2nd Bump: 4"
Circumference widest of 3rd Bump: 4 1/2"
Circumference Sphere: 4:
Rock Star Tina is anything but discreet. Anyone that knows anything about sex toys will be able to easily identify her for what she is. Ha, any vibrator lady just may want to snatch it from you since it looks like it can be so much fun. And their motivation, to experience sexual pleasure, orgasms, and more, just as you do. And by the way, taking Tina on the go isn't practical since she is so large.
The vibrator does take your other hand to operate the firm turning control dial which is at the base of the sphere, located at the very bottom of Tina. There are little dimples surrounding the sphere. I'm not sure why they are there. I tested them to see if they indicated the speed level and found that they didn't.
The lower speeds are pretty much quiet. But as you turn the incremental speeds up, they become quite loud. Nothing can muffle the noise. So at the higher speeds, it is best to not use Rock Star Tina unless there is someone nearby that you feel ok with hearing the noise. I live alone, so I go for it, loud or not. And I do enjoy the powerful vibrations - oh yeah.
Storing the vibrator is simple. I store my Tina in a soft pouch. Sometimes I use baggies to store my toys. If I don't store her separately, a chemical reaction can occur when storing with other silicone toys. This will render your toys unsafe to use. Also, there are toys that can melt or bleed color. Separately storing all my toys prevents all of the above risks. And don't forget to not use silicone or oil lube since these lubes can damage the silicone. I always use waterbased lube with my silicone toys.