The Lil Teaser Pixie is made of pure silicone and is smooth with a bulge. Because she is silicone, she is non-porous and hypo-allergenic. The cap is made of plastic and has a ring on it, which you can use to hold on to when you are using her.
She has no smell to her. She is firm all around, but has flexibility at the tip. She has a little lip where the bent head meets the base, almost looks like a guy that hasn't been circumcised. You hopefully get the picture. With the texture, I would say this is more of a beginner’s vibrator, but advanced users may like her for the simplicity.
The pixies design is very simple. She only comes in one color, purple. When I first saw her, she made me think of a lucky rabbit's foot with ring, and how small she is, too. She is designed for shallow thrusting, play with the clit, or for the g-spot, if it will reach on you. Pixie worked great for me as a clit stimulator. She has a length of 5 in. and an insert able length of a little over 3 in. She is very light too, only 2.5 oz. This a beginner's toy, for her size, you won't have to be too scared of where you hide her. She can be hidden any where you put things you don't want to be found, because of her size. The Lil' teaser pixie is very discreet, hide-able and great for travel.
The function of the Pixie: she vibrates and waterproof. She is your standard vibrator. The turn on and off switch is located on the cap of the toy and is very easy to operate. The vibration can be felt throughout the whole toy, but is very strong at the very tip of her.
She is great for clitoral stimulation. You just use her tip on you clit in a circular motion to get the full effect. For g-spot stimulation, it didn't work out so well for me. I'm a big in that area, but you use her like any other g-spot vibrator. For thrusting, it is the same principles as other toys. With this one, you have a ring to hang on to so you don't lose her.
The controls are very easy to use and the toy comes with a size N battery. You unscrew the cap, place in the battery, and screw the cap back on. Now when you do, she will turn on. The little tiny writing on the cap that will say on and off and an arrow showing which direction. It is hard to see unless you know what you are looking for.
Pixie is pretty loud, but with her loudness, you get power. When inside you, she can not be heard. She is waterproof, which is nice. She works great in the shower. But, like I always say, I don't like to taking my toys in the bath; just me being afraid, but feel free to do so. She may feel fabulous, like she does in other parts of the house.
Because Pixie is made of silicone and non-porous, you can wash with rubbing alcohol and water. Make sure that you don't get any in the mechanical parts. With the plastic, rub down with soap and warm water. Her cleaning process is pretty simple and easy to do.
For storage, you can leave her in the packaging and put her in your personal storage or even take her out of it. You just will need to be careful where you do, because she does come with a small battery and you don't want to lose it. Me, personally, I keep her in the package in my toy cabinet, because I have ran out of room in my bag. With silicone, you should use a water based lube. I don't need lube, so I don't know really much else.