Why silly, silly diver?So, my review comes down to this: If you don't mind mild vibrations, a smooth velvety feel(which by the way seems to attract lint very easily, so make sure you store it correctly), and you can afford tons of regular non-rechargeable batteries, I say go for it!
Can't operate shaft rotation separately
Then came the big moment. The packaging didn't have a seal of any kind. It did have great graphics and explanations of how the toy works and the buttons do. When removing the Silly Diver from the package, I was pleasantly surprised by the smoothness and quality of the silicone. There was no odor, and it felt velvety smooth.
Next came the batteries. I use rechargeable AA batteries in all of my other toys so I charged some up and went to put them in only to find that they are too big! Rechargeable batteries run a little bigger than regular batteries. I was able to fit them, but very tightly. I haven't yet tried to take them out.
The other reviews and the product description both give the product high "vroom" levels. I found this wasn't the case for me, or maybe I really do just have a "clitoris of steel!" It took longer than it does with the toy I was replacing it with, and by then I had really lost interest and the mood due to the battery problem.
Another flaw I have found is the control system. The only way to turn it off is to hold down the button used to change vibration patterns for four seconds. For me, this is a big problem. Once I cum, my lady parts become very sensitive and when I stop, it's time to stop! The other thing is that you can't turn on the shaft rotation without having the clitoris vibrations. This was really a buzz-kill to me. Pun intended!