The Delight is made of silicone, so it's a safe product, though it's recommended to clean it before and after every use. The texture of the shaft is smooth, with a few ridge lines up along it. This makes for a bit more stimulation when the rotation feature is turned on, and those ridges begin to rub and caress internally. Another bonus with the texture would be if the toy were twisted while in use, giving the ridges a 360-degree area to cover.
There is very little smell to the toy, which is something I like. There is nothing like having a smelly toy ruin the evening's mood. If you are one to lick or suck your toy during the buildup to the big moment, the Delight is covered there as well, with no discernible taste.
I found the design to be quite interesting. The handle is rather solid and sturdy, something that surprised me. It has a simple 3-button design, but more importantly, they are easy to reach when the toy is inserted. This is especially important on those solo sessions. I found that it was easy to switch between the vibration patterns and the rotation settings without even having to look.
The shape of the shaft is fairly realistic as far as shape goes, though not as much in appearance. The thickness of the shaft is about what you'd find in an average penis, so those who like their toys thick might be a little disappointed.
The toy is almost ten inches in length, so it's about in the mid-range as far as hiding would go. Needing a cool and dry spot, while not coming into contact with other toys to prevent contamination of materials, can be a little tricky. A locked drawer or box is always a good choice, however.
In terms of travel, within luggage it could be concealed by folding up in clothing. While it might pass a casual inspection, I doubt this would do any good against scanners at places such as an airport. But, that's a risk you have to take sometimes.
The Delight has a number of functions, some of which were new to me. In terms of vibration, it is mostly pattern-based. Three speeds of pulsating, one for escalating, and one simple vibration. Combine those five patterns with three different speeds of rotation, and there are a number of different possible combinations for pleasure.
The most important feature to me, and one the Delight happily provides, is the location of the vibrating motor. Thankfully, it's located within the rabbit part of the toy. When I first turned it on, I could immediately tell this by the way the ears of the rabbit started to shaking and humming. That is a good thing for a toy like this; the worst place you could locate the vibration would be in the shaft of the toy, as then the vibrations would have trouble reaching up into the rabbit. The noise level of the vibration motor is about as loud as the rotational one, meaning it can be heard through a locked door.
The rotation is interesting, but there is one problem. If you are a tighter girl, or attempting to use this toy anally, you might find that the handle is doing the rotating while the shaft inside you is stationary. This can be somewhat marginalized by a steady grip on the toy. The rotational motor can also be somewhat loud, with a grinding noise that is noticeable above the vibration motor. It's definitely something you could hear if you had it in a bedroom, behind a locked door, and the house were quiet. So be warned.
The controls are a breeze. On, vibrate, rotate. I can't imagine anything simpler than that, and they even light up in a lovely blue color when turned on.
The battery case has a firm lock to prevent water from entering the machinations of the Delight. When placed underwater, the toy performed just as if it was out of water. However, I did notice a few drops around the perimeter of the spot you remove to insert batteries. This isn't a big problem, though heavy usage could see a wear in the mechanism from replacing batteries often and subsequent leakage.
Cleaning the toy is as simple as using soap and warm water. Just make sure that the seal to the battery case is firmly in place when doing this. Using a soft, damp cloth can help to wipe it clean. Care should be taken to clean all of the silicone portions of the toy, including along the ridges and the rabbit.
For storage, the Delight should be in a cool and dry spot. For longer periods, make sure to remove the batteries. Avoid areas with any dampness, as this can damage the motor, and you don't want that.
Lubrication should be with water-based only. Anything made of oil can damage the material. You should avoid storing it next to toys made of other materials, as there can be a chemical reaction from this. For best results, keep the Delight in the box it comes in.
I have to say that I liked the box that the Delight came in. Laughably, it can be said that it would be easier getting into Fort Knox than opening this one. There were a number of flaps, and several cardboard "locks" to manipulate, in order to get it open. Once inside, I found several plastic "L-shapes" that slid in around the toy in its plastic nest. The box isn't very discreet, due to images of the toy on the outer portions. Anyone looking at it would definitely be able to tell what it was, and what it was for.
One thing I found, that I didn't even notice until after I had opened the box, was that there is a cunning flap on the front. This flap wraps around the sides and face of the box, and when you open it, it reveals a little description of the toy, plus a view of it beneath clear plastic. Very tasteful, in my opinion.
There were definitely enough instructions, in more languages than I can identify. The one paper is about four feet in length, and features an English section less than ten inches in length. This covers maintenance, usage, and dealing with the batteries. The second set of folded paper included covers more of the same, albeit in a smaller format.
My thoughts on the matter? When I first saw the price, my eyes popped. I've only had one other item that was as expensive as this. Needless to say, I wasn't sure what to expect. Then I got the Delight, and that is just what it was for me: a delight.
The rotation is something different for me, and my first experience with it was definitely a positive one. The only minor inconveniences are from tightness, and the handle rotating instead of the shaft. Another thought that comes to me is that I wasn't sure what to expect when it mentioned rotation. I thought the shaft of the toy would spin around. Overall it feels more like "wiggle" or "squirm" might be a better choice of words than rotation.
Another thing that disappointed me was the fact that the toy requires batteries, three AAA to be precise. For a toy this expensive, I would have liked to have seen a rechargeable battery kept inside. Charging from USB or wall outlet is definitely preferable to buying batteries. Though, if you have to buy any, I'd say go for a high mAh Duracell precharged type. I've found those to last long in situations with motion control and vibration.
In all, the main reasons why I gave this four out of five were simply the lack of ability to recharge it, and the rotation motor was a bit on the weak side. And I couldn't give it four-and-a-half.
On a more inquisitive thought, I wonder how it would perform within a woman anally, with the rabbit nestled inside her pussy and humming away...might make for a good solo-DP experience.
My first experience with opening the toy was surprise and a little caution. I wasn't sure what to expect. But I lubed it up faithfully and got down to business. The shaft is curved and, with the rotation, I experienced some pleasurable sensations on my prostrate. More important was the rabbit, and the vibrations it offered to my balls while the toy was within me. Using imagination was enough to think of having a threesome where one partner was within me, while the other was teasing with tongue or lips. Definitely a good thing.