The Mini-Miracle is made of hard plastic, with a PVC tip. The material has no smell, and both the head and body are phthalates-free and smooth to the touch. The tip is untextured, and resembles a large lavender Q-tip. The body is white, and the power cord adapter is black.
The Mini-Miracle has a good design. The handle body, which is about 5 1/2" long measured on the curve, is angled, and easy to grip. The bottom of the handle has a hole where the adapter plugs in. The body has four visible screws on one side, which are not covered, but screwed in about 1/4" into the handle. A large slide power button is also on the handle. This button has a nub in the middle to make it easier to slide into one of the 3 positions: off, low, and high.
The tip of the Mini-Miracle is about 2” long, with a 1/2" flexible neck. This neck looks to be a spring underneath to allow the head to move about. The tip is 1 1/4" wide.
This is a toy that is fairly discreet. It is easy to pass it off as a back or muscle massager, and as such is suitable for travel in checked luggage.
The Mini-Miracle has a 2 speed motor, and offers two vibration settings: low and high. The vibrations are changed by pressing the slide button to the middle (low) or to the top (high). The button is easy to change with your thumb while the toy is in use.
The entire massager vibrates on either setting, which can become numbing in the hand. This is a very noisy toy – it has a loud thrum, somewhat like a power tool – although it is quieter than the Hitachi wand. Since it’s electric, there’s no need to worry about the power lessening while it’s in use.
Since it is electric, the Mini-Miracle is not safe to use in or around water.
The Mini-Miracle should never be immersed in water. Both the tip and handle can be cleaned with anti-bacterial soap and a damp cloth. It should be cleaned both before and after each use.
This massager can be stored in its plastic box with its power cord.
Both water-based and silicone lubricants are safe to use.
The Mini-Miracle comes in a clear plastic box with purple and pink lettering. The massager is visible through the front of the easy-to-open box. The box includes the Mini-Miracle, power cord, and a small instruction pamphlet which has safety, operating, maintenance, and cleaning instructions.
The first time I used the Mini-Miracle, the power seemed very low at first, before increasing. It now seems to operate at what I consider its standard power.
The Mini-Massager is like a smaller version of a Hitachi, although its smaller size seems to translate into less power. This is not necessarily a bad thing. On high, I found the massager to rival my favorite bullet vibrator, and it was able to get me to orgasm. The head is large enough to stimulate the clitoris and surrounding region satisfactorily, and it flexes just enough on its spring for easy manipulation.
I found the handle easy to hold, and I liked having the extra length in the power cord to be able to get farther from the wall than with other electric toys. I also liked how the power went from off to low to high. It makes it much easier to know what setting you are going to, than guessing which power setting it is when the off position is in the middle.
The vibrations seem to travel a lot through the handle, and I did find this a bit tricky to use when using other toys without my husband’s help. It's much better for single-toy play if you're using this alone.
My husband and I tried this out as a massager as well, and it felt good on both of our backs.