The Pocket Queen is composed of two different materials. The tip is made of TPR, while the base is made of ABS plastic. The toy has no smell or taste. The tip is soft to the touch, has some give to it, and is very smooth.
This vibrator is phthalates-free and non-porous.
The Pocket Queen is shaped somewhat like a Christmas light with a long base, with an overall length of 3 1/2". The tip is bulbous, and about 1 5/8” long. It is just over 1” in diameter at its widest point. The base portion is about 2” long, and silver in color.
This vibrator is small in size, and would be suitable for travel in checked baggage. Its design is not subtle enough to go through in a carry-on.
The Pocket Queen is powered by 1 AAA battery, which is not included. The base unscrews for battery insertion, and the battery is easy to both insert and remove. To extend the battery life, the battery should be removed when the Queen is not in use.
This vibrator has only one speed – a high vibration. It is turned on and off by pressing the button located on the bottom of the base. The button is easy to press, but must be held for a second to turn the Queen on or off. This helps prevent turning the vibrator on or off during use.
The vibrations are concentrated in the head of the Queen. The vibrations are a bit louder than a vibrating cell phone, and cannot be heard from behind a closed door.
The Pocket Queen is waterproof, but care should be taken to screw the cap tightly on the base so water doesn’t get into the battery compartment.
The Pocket Queen is made from both TPR and ABS plastic. TPR is more porous than silicone, so condoms should be used if you’re planning to share. Both TPR and plastic are phthalate-free.
This toy can’t be disinfected, but can be cleaned with mild soap and warm water or a toy cleaner. Both silicone and water-based lubes are safe to use with the Pocket Queen.
The Pocket Queen comes in an easy-to-open plastic clamshell.
The Pocket Queen works best by positioning the bulb onto your clitoris with the button facing outwards. This allows for easy manipulation and movement of the bulb if necessary to target vibrations.
I tried the Pocket Queen out alone at first, and while it felt pretty good, it was not enough to make me orgasm after 20 minutes. It worked well in conjunction with a vaginal vibrator, however. The Queen was also effective when I used it with an anal vibrator.
I also used this with my husband a few times, and he thought the vibrations were too strong on his penis when we were in missionary position, but when he wasn’t in direct contact with the Queen, as in doggie-style, he found them just about right.