Nuclear lime flicker tip vibrating bullet
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Product summary and comments
The Nuclear Lime Flicker Tip bullet is nifty. It glows in the dark and has a squishy coating that provides a nice buffer between the hard plastic underneath and your sensitive bits. It's moderately strong and easy to use and control. Overall, it's a solid little bullet with the bonus of a flickering, teasing tip that will wriggle and writhe to tease and delight just about any area - especially effective on nipples and testicles.
Best use: Bullets in general are excellent for clitoral, labial, anal (as in, teasing the area around the anus, not inserting into the anus)and nipple stimulation. A bit of buzz to the testicles or head of the penis is enjoyed by many, too. The Nuclear Lime Flicker Tip is no exception - and, to top it off, it's GREEN. Bright, neon, day glow green. Unlike many bullets, it also has a squishy, attached, soft TPR coating on the outside, so it's a bit less firm and ungiving than many, making it very suitable for use during partner sex. It fits between two bodies quite well with little discomfort even if you press against it.
As a bonus, it even has a flickering, tickling little sperm-like tail (what? it looks like swimming sperm, I swear!) that wriggles in a slow dance when you use the lower settings, in a mad jig when you use the high. Those who like flickering sensations will be in love with this baby - you can ever so lightly tease and tickle any body part you wish, switching to full stimulation by the actual bullet when you've had enough of the teasing and are begging mercy! (or, orgasm, I mean)
Catalog ID: TO1071010
Material / Texture
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Food-grade material / Hypo-allergenic / Latex free / Phthalates free
- –Carrie Ann's opinion
- The Nuclear Lime Flicker Tip Bullet (hereby known as the NLFTB to save my fingers) is made from plastic and TPR. The controller is bright, green plastic, the bullet coated in glittery, neon TPR that reminds me of that sparkle-y finish you used to see on boats in the 80s - only squishy and not quite as gaudy.
The TPR is not a sleeve. It's done as a coating, like the bullet was dipped into it. It's thin yet still squishy enough to provide a nice buffer between the hard plastic bullet underneath and the body, especially if you like to apply pressure.
The TPR coating ends just at the connecting wire, coating a bit of it, too, so that you can't see where it joins the bullet.
The material is a bit tacky, like all TPR, jelly and elastomer toys tend to be but not sticky. It does pick up some lint but doesn't have a heavy smell or taste. It sort of reminds me of the smell of the clay we used to use in art class.
It also glows in the dark. For reals! Expose it to sunlight or lamp light for a bit, then turn off the lights. It glows like an eerie, ghostly sperm! Handy for finding your bits in the dark or, you know, scaring the crap out of your sleeping partner.
The wriggling spermy thing at the tip of the bullet is the same material, part of the coating, only without any plastic underneath it so it's just a slim little wriggler and you're unable to apply much pressure to it before it stops wriggling.
Design / Shape / Size
- –Carrie Ann's opinion
- The NLFTB is pretty much a run of the mill, old school bullet - wired, with the wire permanently in place (rather than jacked) and a slider control panel. The cord is 30" long, plenty of length to reach from hand to whatever part of the body you're stimulating - unless you like to vibrate your toes, then you'll have to bend over some but you'll be doing that to reach your toes anyhow...
Bullet and controller can easily be tucked away into a purse, drawer, bag, whatever, but batteries should be removed if traveling with it as the slider control is easy to nudge and you don't want it to start wriggling in your bag unexpectedly.
It's typical bullet size; 3 inches long, just over an inch in diameter with a 4"x1" control pack. Absolutely easily managed by any level of user. Bullets are one of those toys that are really only used externally and are enjoyed by most, being easy to figure out, simple and effective.
Functions / Performance / Controls
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- –Carrie Ann's opinion
- Lots of modern bullets are super fancy, with light shows and multiple buttons and patterns and craziness. The NLFTB takes you back to basics. The control pack has a slide off door for batteries at the back and a simple slider control; slide it down to turn it on (a red light will come on above the control), keep sliding it to go from low to high. There really is no medium - as you slide it toward the middle it gets slightly higher than low but not enough to be noticeable, then goes right to high.
Vibrations are strong throughout the entire bullet and make the wriggling, sperm tip... well, wiggle and waggle. It flickers from slow to super fast and it's in the tip you can notice the medium speed a bit more.
I really like this day glo thing. It's squishy enough to be comfortable to me - I'm not a huge fan of hard, ungiving bullets and quite enjoy a bit of plushness around the hard plastic. The flickering tip doesn't do much for me but it is a fun tease, especially in someone else's hands. If you let your partner tease you with it for long enough, you will be writhing and whimpering for more - not more of the teasing but more, more, more, c'MON, give me some pressure! sort of more. (That may only make sense to me. Sorry. Not enough coffee this morning)
This vibe is relatively quiet for a bullet, can be heard thru covers but probably not thru a closed door. It's not waterproof and the wires are not going to hold up to long time, every day use. Because it's not jacked but permanently attached, it will go the way of most bullets of that sort - eventually the wires will pinch or bend and it will stop working. But while it lasts, I intend to enjoy it.
It's not the strongest bullet I've ever felt but it's different and dependable.
Care and Maintenance
- –Carrie Ann's opinion
- Because this bullet isn't waterproof, use care when cleaning. A wipe with a soapy washcloth, then a wipe with a clean, damp cloth should do fine. Toy wipes or spray toy cleaners also work well. You're only going to want to use this externally since inserting means you'd have to yank on the wires to remove it - and we all know wires are not a good retrieval cord! - so it won't get too gunked up with messiness.
TPR can be used with water or silicone based lube but avoid oils as they may damage the coating.
Store by itself, in a plastic baggy of some sort - or, do like I do and hit the wedding department at the dollar store. They have organza bags for wedding favors for - you guessed it! - one dollar and they work great for storing bullets and such. Just don't let it rub against your other toys because the material can degrade or even melt and warp. Try to keep it cool, too. Don't leave it on a sunny window sill. It's not a chia pet.
Advanced reviewer, rank
Pull out the lava lamps and black lights, and get ready to play! The Nuclear Lime bullet is a groovy way to have some fun in the dark. It really does glow, and it really works too. The vibrations are decent, and the TPR sleeve covering the bullet makes it comfortable to use. A simple slide control adjusts the vibrations from low to high and the flicker tip adds some tickling pleasure when used with light pressure. A novel way to have fun.