Vr15 by JopenOver all the Vr15 is a great toy. It's pretty, it's powerful and it's waterproof. The only problem is the type of clitoral stimulator that's on this toy is not something I liked. Instead of teasing and vibrating against your clit it just flicks it with the longest little tongue on the clitoral stimulator. If you like fluttery type stimulation, this might be the toy for you. If not, look at the rest of the Vanity line for a different type of clitoral stimulator.
The Vr15 comes with the controls locked. To unlock the controls, you push down both buttons for 4 seconds. The light under the top button will turn on and once it's unlocked, both buttons will light up. The controls are simple and easy. The top button controls the shaft, the bottom controls the clitoral stimulator. The buttons work by pushing and holding down the button until you reach the desired strength. The lights under the button with blink according to the strength of the vibrations while you are pushing down the button and change to a constant light when you either reach max strength or stop pressing the button. To turn off the toy you simply press the button again. You can turn off this toy in a second, and I love that about this toy. There is nothing worse than a toy that is hard to turn off when you need it to. Because the toy turns off so quickly and easily it does take a few minutes to get used to the way this toy is controlled. The first time I used this toy I accidentally turned it off 2-3 times before I remembered not to click the buttons but to hold them down to increase speed.
The first thing I did was plug in the Vr15 and charge it for a good 3 hours. The charging port for the Vr15 is a little hole at the very bottom of the toy. The male fitting of the plug is really skinny and fits very snugly into the hole. The box says several times that this toy is 100% waterproof, but I can see the hole. It don't know how it's supposed to keep the water out, but it says it does. I am a little too scared to fully submerge the toy.
The shaft of the Vr15 swirls in a circular motion to stimulate the g-spot. The shaft is nice and firm underneath the silicone except for the tip. You would think the the tip would be the most important place to be firm...but there is about a 1/2 inch space at the very tip of the shaft that you can easily flatten with your thump and forefinger. The clitoral stimulator is firmly attached to the shaft, but it is moveable to fit snugly against the body. It's not so firm that it's uncomfortable, but it's not so loose that the clitoral stimulator is flopping all over the place. The tip of the clitoral stimulator has 3 little tongues. The top tongue is the longest and the two bottom tongues are much shorted. Then the stimulator is turned on the longer tongue flicks around to stimulate the clitoris.
There is a seam that runs around the entire toy. It runs up and down the top and bottom of the shaft, clitoral stimulator, over the buttons and the base of the toy. It wasn't so large a seam that is bothered me, but I know that some are more sensitive to this sort of thing than others, so I wanted to be sure to point it out. There are also raised symbols and letters on the base of the toy. It says "Powerbullet", has the CE marking as well as a little trashcan with an X through it. Then near the charging port it says "DC 5V".
The Vr15 comes in a textured white box that is pretty simple is design. There is literally "Jopen" written on every single side of the box. In fact, it's written 8 times on the box. The back of the box has an image of the toy, but even with the image it's still pretty tasteful packaging and certainly nice enough for gift giving. It's not sure luxurious, it still have the feel of Cheaper California Exotics packaging (California Exotics owns Jopen). Included in the box are the toy, charger, storage bag and instructional booklet. The instructions are included for every Jopen vibrator in the Vanity line. The storage bag is made of a silky material and is a square shape so it will easily hold the toy and the charge.
The g-spot stimulation wasn't strong enough to really give me much g-spot stimulation. I expected that. I haven't ever had luck with a dual stimulation toy successfully stimulating my g-spot. I was hoping for some lovely strong clitoral stimulation. What I ended up with was fluttery stimulation. The longer tongue on the clitoral stimulator flicks your clitoris. It's not exactly what I need or like. I have had many rabbit style vibes in the past but this is the most fluttery type stimulation I have every experienced and I don't really like it. The power was strong, and I was able to climax with this toy, It just wasn't over the moon "oh-em-gee this is amazing". I found the flicky clitoral stimulator kind of bothersome and irritating after a couple on minutes and I really had to work toward an orgasm.
I found it very strange that a toy that is supposed to be in the luxury toy price range was missing some of the perks of other luxury toys. The markings, the seam, the charging port and even the packaging and instruction manual seemed less than luxurious. The fact that they have one manual that goes for every single toy and takes forever to find your specific model isn't really so nice, that is more like something you would find with a cheaper toy. It seams like California Exotics is trying to be high end with the Jopen toys, but they just don't have that total package of loveliness that other luxury bands have (like Lelo or JimmyJane)