Vibe To The Beat!The Bedroom Kandi Happiness and Joy rabbit vibrator by OhMiBod is amazing! This is my first MP3 compatible vibe, and I tell you, it's so much fun! I had a blast going through my playlist, feeling the different vibration patterns to the different songs. On manual mode, the vibration level varies from low to high making this vibrator excellent for just about everybody.
Inside of the cardboard packaging is a beautiful storage box with the Bedroom Kandi logo in gold colour on the top centre of the box. Inside of the storage box are the universal charger, 12” AUX input connector, black satin pouch to hold the toy, 2.4 GHz wireless transmitter, 2x AAA batteries, instruction manual, and of course, the rabbit vibrator. All of the contents sit in the box on a plastic insert. Each item has its own designated spot to keep the contents organized. While the vibrator does come with a satin pouch to store the vibe, I think the storage box is excellent to use for storing the item.
The instruction manual that is included explains the toy and its functions through text and photo. The manual instructions are printed in 8 different languages.
The vibrator is made of silicone and ABS (plastic). I believe the shaft of the toy is silicone, and the base of the toy (where the controls are located) is the plastic. The plastic base is very smooth and seems to have a coating on it. There is quite a bit of drag to the vibe when running it along my skin. To prevent the drag, use a water-based lubricant with the toy (no silicone based lubricants!).
The vibrator is a dual stimulator, which basically means it stimulates internally with the shaft of the toy, and externally on the clitoris with the arm of the toy. The arm of the vibe is smooth and curved. There is no texture on the arm. The arm is 2 inches in length (taken from the inner part of the arm). There is a ¾ inch gap between the arm and the shaft of the toy (though the arm and shaft are flexible). The shaft of the toy has an insertable length of approximately 4 ¾ inches. The shaft is smooth, though there are two bumped areas on the inner part of the shaft. After each “bump” the circumference of the toy gets larger. The top of the shaft has a circumference of 2 ½ inches, the middle section circumference is 4 inches, and the bottom of the shaft has a circumference of 4 ½ inches.
The 2x AAA batteries that are included go into the wireless piece if you want to vibe to music on your mp3 player. The rabbit comes fully charged so it can be used as soon as you get it! The vibrator specs in the instruction manual state that the toy takes 2 hours to charge and once it is charged will last for approximately 3 hours. The stand-by time is up to 60 days. Since the toy came fully charged, I’m not sure how accurate these times are but will update in the follow up.
There are 5 control buttons on the toy; an “off” button, two arrow buttons (one up and one down), a squiggly line, and a music note. The “off” button is self-explanatory; it turns the vibrator off. The squiggly line is the manual button. When you click this, you can use the up and down arrow buttons to explore the 7 programmed patterns. The music note button is the button you press when you’d like to use the vibrator with an MP3 player. The buttons are very easy to use.
There are 7 patterns that you can use when you are in the manual mode.
Pattern 1: constant vibration, low
Pattern 2: constant vibration, medium
Pattern 3: constant vibration, high
Pattern 4: pulsating/escalating, low to high and repeats
Pattern 5: pulsating, medium
Pattern 6:pulsating, fast
Pattern 7:pulsating/escalating, short-short-long
Once you’ve cycled through all 7 patterns, you’ll have to use the down arrow and go through all of the patterns again just to get back to the first one. My favourite pattern is number 3, simply because I enjoy constant vibration at maximum power. The vibrations are rumbly rather than buzzy. At the lowest vibration level the vroom rating is about a 2. On the medium level vibration, the vroom rating is a 3, and on the highest it is a 4. The vibrations can be felt throughout the entire toy. The toy is supposed to be “whisper quiet”. On the lowest setting it’s fairly quiet and cannot be heard from beneath a blanket. On the higher settings, it could be heard through a blanket, but not a closed door.
The other mode is the music mode. This was my very first music compatible toy so I was so excited to try it out! To use the music mode, the wireless piece needs to have the 2x AAA batteries installed into the battery compartment at the back of the piece. Battery installation and closing the compartment is very, very simple. Once the batteries are in and the compartment is closed, you need to plug in the attached cord to your MP3 player. At the very top of the piece, there is the sound input. You can either plug headphones or speakers into this part of the piece so that you can hear the music as you vibe to it.
On the side of the wireless music piece there is a scroll dial. You use the scroll to adjust the sensitivity/intensity of the vibrations. When I used it, I turned the scroll as high as I could so the vibrations would be extreme. I had such a fun time just going through all the different songs in my MP3 player and seeing how the vibrations went to the song. I must’ve been using the toy for at least an hour just checking out the song patterns on the vibe.
After going through a bunch of songs, I’ve compiled a list of songs that give the toy a really great variation of vibrations. I’ve tried to grab songs from different genres of music that I found worked really well. The absolute best song for vibration variation that I had tried was “You’re a Jerk” by New Boyz. Below are a few other songs that worked well:
Poison- Every Rose Has Its Thorns
Nirvana- Smells Like Teen Spirit
The Beatles- Come Together
The White Stripes- The hardest button to button
Jason Derulo- In my head
The above songs had a bit of everything; vibrating, escalating, and pulsating. There were other songs I had tried like “Get Your Freak On” by Missy Elliott, but songs like these didn’t have much variation. These songs were more like a constant strong vibration.
The wireless feature is supposed to work with an up to 25ft distance. I tested this out and the one I have turned off after going any further than 15ft. This isn’t a huge deal for me, but for those who are looking to use the vibrator for couples play, this could be important. There is also an app mode, though I haven’t tried this yet. With the app mode, you can create and save personalized patterns.
When you need to charge the toy, the charger plugs into the wall and the cord plugs into the bottom of the vibrator. The charger LED emits a red light while charging, and goes green when the toy is charged.
To clean the toy, use a damp washcloth and mild soap. The toy does collect lint and hair, so you should clean the toy both before and after use. The toy is splash-proof but it should not be submerged in the water while cleaning, nor should it be used in the bath or shower.
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