I highly recommend this bullet for any beginners. I am a beginner this was my first toy and I enjoyed it. Now this toy is normally $18.99 and right now it is on sale for only $13.29. So if you are thinking about getting a new toy and you like some vibrations and having a little noise this is a neat little toy for you collection.
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This kitty didn't make me purr
I had high hopes for this one. If you want a toy with higher pitched and weaker vibrations then this one is a great starter toy. However if you want a stronger toy i would steer clear of this one.
The Kitty Play is a small, easy to control, fun little toy. If you are looking for a powerhouse vibe, this one isn't for you. But if you like a high-pitched buzz and don't mind a little noise, this could be a great toy to add to your collection.
Multi-function, compact, fun colors.
High-pitched vibration, takes N type batteries that are hard to find.
The Kitty Play Bullet is ideally suited to external stimulation during solo play and for teasing and foreplay during couples play. Insertion is possible, but a condom would be useful for safety and retrieval. The straightforward controls and simple design make this a toy for any experience level. It's shape and design are non-threatening and well suited as anyone's first toy.
This toy's vibration patterns are a high-pitched buzz rather than a low-pitched, strong, thuddy type vibe. This should be kept in mind when choosing this vibrator as buzzy doesn't work for some but is ideal for others.
Material / Texture:
This bullet is made of ABS plastic with a PU coating. This coating has a smooth, almost velvety feel that makes you think the toy will be soft. But the plastic is hard and has no give. The texture induces friction when dragged across bare skin. This can be pleasant for some, but others may appreciate using a water or silicone-based lube to reduce the friction.
PU coated plastic
Design / Shape / Size:
This is an egg-shaped bullet with a fairly short length of double wire between the bullet at the button control. It's 2.25 inches long and 1 3/8ths inches in diameter. Given the short length of the bullet, the texture's tendency to cause friction and the length of the wire to the control button, I found it very awkward for insertion purposes and abandoned the effort before achieving success.
Functions / Performance / Controls:
The Kitty Play has three vibration pattern choices: Continuous vibration, pulsation and escalation. All these are easily controlled with a push button controller at the end of a short length of wiring. To turn off the Kitty Play, you press and hold the push button for about 3 seconds. This is a huge plus as far as toy controllers go. Being able to turn off the toy without having to cycle through the different options is very handy in many situations and most often lacking in toy controllers.
Escalating / Pulsating / Vibrating
Care and Maintenance:
Nowhere on the packaging or in the information from the website does it mention this toy is waterproof. That said, the battery compartment is sealed with a silicone o-ring and there is a seal around the wiring where it enters the bullet. After being submerged completely in water, there was no water inside the battery compartment and everything was in working order. So, while perhaps using this toy in the tub wouldn't be entirely safe, washing this toy with antibacterial soap and water should be. You could also use your favorite toy cleaner or wipe of course.
The Kitty Play is compact and storage is simple. It can tuck away into the corner of any drawer, between the mattresses or into your toy bag easily. It does not appear to attract lint or dust and shouldn't react if it touches other toys.
The packaging is not discreet. The small black cardboard box features a mostly nude woman and a short description of the toy in 8 languages. I don't believe it would be very durable for storage.
Unfortunately for me, this toy was too high frequency to bring me to orgasm. It was pleasant to use as a warm-up toy, but considering it takes not one, but two N size batteries and they are both expensive and hard to find, I don't think this one is making it into my collection of regularly used toys.
I also was quite disappointed by the lack of power. I have other toys that use one N battery and are twice as powerful as this toy is, using two N batteries. Still, I wouldn't dismiss this as an inexpensive option for someone who is very sensitive.