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Contributor: - Kira - - Kira -
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Does anyone know anything about this? How does it work, how strong is it? It looks pretty cool but the product page doesn't give a ton of info. Anyone have this already?
10/21/2011
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Contributor: Ghost Ghost
I have this toy. The vibrations aren't the strongest, but it is very fun to play with. Basically, it has a touch pad that is pressure sensitive: you just push down on the pad, and the harder you push, the stronger the vibration. You can program vibration patterns into it and let it play over and over if you want, as well. It is 100% silicone, waterproof and rechargeable.

I gave this review to another member:
"I actually think it's a lot of fun, but it does have kind of a "prototype" feel to it: there is a rather noticeable seam on the sides and the touch pad looks to be connected and "glued on" by hand (and is thus ever so slightly uneven. The touch pad itself is filled with air and I'm not sure exactly how it's built, but it is quite responsive. Very little pressure is required to get light vibrations. The strongest vibrations aren't really too strong, maybe 2-3 bees depending on your point of view (I consider Mimi and Form 2 to be 5, and Elise to be a 4). You can either change the pattern in "real time" or you can program a pattern into it using the touch pad. It is very quiet and easy to hold. The silicone has no give at all (like the Lelo vibes), but is very soft. Charging is simple, like the Fun Factory vibes. It is also waterproof, but I haven't taken it into the bath.

I think it's cute and fun to play with, but it didn't knock me off my feet or anything."

Here are some pictures (compared to NJoy Pure Wand):


10/22/2011
Contributor: - Kira - - Kira -
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Originally posted by Ghost
I have this toy. The vibrations aren't the strongest, but it is very fun to play with. Basically, it has a touch pad that is pressure sensitive: you just push down on the pad, and the harder you push, the stronger the vibration. You can program ...
Thank you!! That sounds really awesome and innovative. It seems like a bit of a high price tag for a prototype version, I must say. Patterns don't do much for me and low vibrations do even less so I guess I'll be passing. I really like the shape of this. Maybe they'll make a stronger version later.
10/22/2011
Contributor: allinonekid allinonekid
Same here
11/18/2011
Contributor: Rhinobaby Rhinobaby
Quote:
Originally posted by - Kira -
Does anyone know anything about this? How does it work, how strong is it? It looks pretty cool but the product page doesn't give a ton of info. Anyone have this already?
i second that question
12/01/2011
Contributor: Lizzy Lizzy
loved it
01/15/2012
Contributor: Silverdrop Silverdrop
I haven't used it, but a blogger I follow recently reviewed it here.
01/15/2012
Contributor: biancajames biancajames
Quote:
Originally posted by - Kira -
Does anyone know anything about this? How does it work, how strong is it? It looks pretty cool but the product page doesn't give a ton of info. Anyone have this already?
I've reviewed it as well: link

I do love mine, but it is indeed a steep price tag.
01/27/2012
Contributor: Missmarc Missmarc
I went to a store and tried it. Decided against buying it. It looks cheaply made with the seam. The control pad is also not of high quality.
The control feels complicated and awkward (I am sure I'd get more used to it if I bought it and programmed it home). The vibration isn't very strong either. I just don't think it provides anything special.
01/27/2012
Contributor: The Majikat The Majikat
SO glad I found this forum, very helpful!
04/11/2012
Contributor: travelnurse travelnurse
Thanks for the info
07/19/2012
Contributor: Petite Cannibal Petite Cannibal
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
I have this toy. The vibrations aren't the strongest, but it is very fun to play with. Basically, it has a touch pad that is pressure sensitive: you just push down on the pad, and the harder you push, the stronger the vibration. You can program ...
Damn. THANKS FOR YOUR INPUT!!!!!
12/28/2012
Contributor: GingerSpice GingerSpice
glad i read this...thanks guys
04/18/2013