Weak, weird, and wobbly sounding.This design is flawed from the bottom up. They used sub-par materials and a weak motor, and put it all together with a design that screams "get that thing away from me."
Its tactile sensation is just as bad. The ears themselves are a rubbery, unimpressive mess and its body is comprised of the kind of hard plastic that Happy Meal toys are manufactured from. I really can't say anything positive about its design. The whole aesthetic can be summed up in three simple words: it feels cheap.
Its name makes no sense. Divine balance? Yes, it's artsy and kind of high brow, but the product is clearly neither of those things. Some toys look very sexy in their own way. Their color and texture sets the mood from the moment you pull them out of the box. By contrast, no one could possibly take this device seriously from its appearance.
That alone isn't enough to ruin a toy however. For instance, the Hitachi Wand doesn't really have a decadent sexuality to its appearance. Its performance makes up for its lack of style, but there the "Divine Balance" fails again: its vibrations are weak and its function lackluster.
It isn't enough that the Divine Balance produces a sub-par sensation, it also has a tendency to turn itself off, burns through batteries quickly, and is a bit too short for easy use.
I ordered this expecting that it could serve as a more mobile (and slightly weaker) replacement to our plug-in wand. What we received is something that is drastically weaker, ugly, and useless in every way. This is getting thrown in the trash immediately.
If you're looking for a vibration aid, you can do better with just about anything on Eden.
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