Little honey - traditional vibrator by Shaki Toys - review by Faeya

Little honey

Traditional vibrator by Shaki Toys

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Neither Fish nor Fowl

This small, discreet vibrator comes with flashing lights, but doesn't inspire fireworks. If you're looking for something non-threatening for a beginner or want a cute bridal shower gift, then this toy would fit the bill. If you want some serious vibrations or awesome orgasms, I'd suggest you look somewhere else. Little Honey is sweet and buzzes like a bee, but she's definitely lacking in power.
Easy to clean, discreet, useful for teasing, and the light show is cute.
Has weak vibrations, uses watch batteries, and burns through them quickly.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Little Honey vibrator is a small vibrator that would work well for a beginner. At only 4 1/2" long, it's non-threatening and has very light, buzzy vibrations. Although small, this toy could be inserted vaginally, but due to its size and lack of a flared base it can't be used anally. The vibrations are concentrated at the head of the toy, so it can be used to stimulate the nipples, clitoris, or anywhere else you'd want to stimulate.

This is a very discreet, quiet vibrator that can be hidden anywhere. It's also waterproof, so you can take it in the bath or shower with you. Clean-up is a breeze since it's waterproof, but it can't be sterilized, so no sharing without a condom!
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Solo
    • Couples
    • Everyone
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Campus/roommate living
    • Tub/shower/pool
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot
    • Nipples

Material / Texture

The Little Honey vibrator is made of latex and phthalates free plastic. The plastic is semi-transparent, shows the mechanical parts inside the vibrator, and allows multi-color flashing lights to show through at the top when it's turned on. At the base of the vibrator is a white, plastic cap that feels like the same material that a soda bottle is made out of. There's a soft, small pink button in the middle of it. There was no real taste or smell to speak of, and the material doesn't give under tooth pressure at all. It has a smooth, almost velvety texture which drags against the skin, so a little lube wouldn't hurt. Since it's plastic, you can use any lube you want, and since it's waterproof it's easily cleaned with soap and water. However, you can't sterilize it, so you'll want to use a condom if you share this toy.

Included with the vibrator was a small, squishy, stretchy ring with large, soft nubs on it. I was unable to find out what the ring was made of, but it feels like some sort of rubber or plastic.
Stretchy Ring
(In the image, the ring is wrapped around a Chap Stick tube to give an idea of its size)
    • No odor
    • Rigid
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

This vibrator is shaped like a smaller version of a traditional vibrator. There's a slight bulge at the head, a slightly narrower neck, and then it widens back out a bit to the base. The vibrator itself is 4 1/2" long, but the cap is about 1/2" of that. Based on the shape of Little Honey, it could be used for shallow penetration or, since the vibration is concentrated at the tip, it could also be used for direct stimulation of the clitoris or anywhere else you'd want vibrations. Despite it's short length, it can be inserted far enough to stimulate the sensitive outer end of the vagina.

Measured Little Honey

Little Honey uses three watch batteries, which are inserted by unscrewing the cap at the base. The cap comes off easily and has deep threads so it feels secure when it's replaced. There's a piece of paper in the battery compartment to remind you how to insert the batteries. They slide in well, but are a bit difficult to remove when you need to change them.

Based on the tight-fitting base, this vibrator is waterproof as advertised. Although I haven't actually immersed it in the tub, a couple of trips through the shower and cleaning it in the kitchen sink with soap and water haven't harmed it.
Little Honey with ring

If you choose, you can use the included ring with the vibrator for some variation. It fits nicely around the "neck" of the vibrator and can help spread the vibrations across your labia or the outside of the vagina if you're using the toy for penetration.

Little Honey is small enough to fit in almost any nightstand drawer or can be hidden in a purse or pocket easily. Anyone who knows what they're looking for will probably know it's a vibrator, but since it lights up you could always try to convince people it's a fancy flashlight!
    • Beginner
    • Discreet look/design
    • Whimsical / artistic

Functions / Performance / Controls

The Little Honey cycles through seven different vibration patters when you push the button on the base. These include the standard small, medium, and high settings as well as four different pulsating patterns. However, there is no quick way to shut this vibrator off, so you have to cycle through all the settings each time you use it. In addition to vibrating, an LED at the tip flashes in different colors in rhythm with the vibrations. None of the settings are loud enough to be heard through a bed sheet.

Because it's small and quiet, this vibrator is very discreet. It can be hidden almost anywhere, and since it's waterproof you can be certain that the noise of running water and/or a closed bathroom door will block the sound entirely.

Little Honey uses three watch batteries, and it went through the first set rather quickly. I have a feeling that the light show made them burn out faster, as the vibration didn't seem strong enough to do so. When the batteries start to die, the lights stop flashing and the button functionality becomes spotty. It can get stuck turned on and the only way to fix it is to open the base to disrupt the battery.
    • Battery guzzler
    • Multiple settings
    • Weak

Care and Maintenance

The Little Honey vibrator is made of solid plastic and is waterproof. So, it's very easy to clean. Some toy cleaning wipes or some soap and water will work just fine. However, you can't sterilize it, so use a condom if you're sharing it with others. Because it's plastic, you can use any lube you like with it. It doesn't collect much dust if it's dry, but things will stick to it if you get it wet, so either rinse it well or use a lint-free cloth to wipe it dry. Storage is easy because of its small size. I keep mine in the small pouch that came with my pocket rocket and can easily fit both toys in the bag.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


Little Honey is packed in a thin, plastic box with a plastic tray insert inside. The package itself doesn't have any images or other obvious designs on it, but it does say Naughty Little Honey across the front, so it's pretty obvious what this is. Inside the package was a sheet of paper telling how to insert the batteries in multiple languages, but there was no other documentation in or on the packaging with regards to materials, cleaning, or use.

Little Honey Package

Inside the plastic box, the vibrator, batteries, and ring are packed in a tray. You could re-use it to store the vibrator if you want since the tray and box are pretty sturdy, but they'd take up quite a bit of room.

Little Honey Inner Package
    • Ok for storage
    • Recyclable
    • Sturdy

Personal comments

I tried to like this toy. However, it was a free toy of the week, and I find myself glad I didn't pay money for it. The vibrations are high and buzzy, and not really strong enough to do more than tease me. In the shower I was able to insert it and tease the entrance to my vagina with it while using the shower spray to actually help me climax. This is probably the weakest vibrator I've ever owned. The batteries died on it a couple of weeks after I started playing with it, and I'm not sure if I'll bother to replace them. For now, the ring has found a new home on one of my dildos and Little Honey is in the bottom of the toy drawer with my other "sometimes" toys.


When I first took this toy out of the box, I was excited. It looked so cute, and the bulbous head made me imagine a nice, strong vibration. Looking at the shape, it seemed made to just lie across my clitoris, and even the stretchy ring looked useful. However, inserting the batteries disabused me of that fantasy. Turning it on revealed high-pitched vibrations that seemed to dissipate as soon as the vibrator actually touched skin. However, I decided to give it a go anyway, and I tried it out almost as soon as I'd unpacked it. The vibrations didn't really feel like they penetrated the skin at all. After a couple of minutes of toying with it, I decided to put it aside and try again some other day when I wanted teased instead of pleased.
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  • TheSinDoll
    Great job on this! You're doing really well!
  • KrissyNovacaine
    Great review and pictures!
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    Great job!
  • Jimbo Jones
    I appreciate that you talked about the ring some. Other reviews are really only cursory on that. The pictures are terrific as well. Thanks for the great review.
  • MK434
    Great review
  • puppylove
    Great review! Thanks for sharing!
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