Symphony Minuet - traditional vibrator by Evolved Novelties - review by Lioncub

Symphony Minuet

Traditional vibrator by

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Not music to my ears

An okay vibrator in a very nice package. Make sure you understand and want to use TPR material before buying this toy.
Nice colors
TPR is not the best material
Battery pack
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


Evolved's Symphony Minuet is a traditional vibe that can be used for clitoral stimulation as well as vaginal penetration. This vibrator should not be used for anal penetration as there is no flared base on it. This toy could be used by either beginners or more advanced users. It can be used alone or with a partner. This toy can be used most anywhere as it is fairly quiet and cannot be heard outside of the room.
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris

Material / Texture

The Minuet is made of TPR plastic which is rated at a 7 out of 10 on the Eden's Safety Scale. This toy is hypo-allergenic and latex free. Upon opening the package there was a rubbery smell that emitted from it; this smell was overwhelming at first but disappeared after a few days. The Minuet is smooth and has no added texture to it. There are 4 ridges on this vibe for a little added enjoyment, I did not however feel the difference when it was inserted. This toy is flexible and should not cause any damage during thrusting.
    • Light odor
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

The Minuet measures in at 8 inches in length and approx 4 1/2 inches of circumference. Only about 6 of these inches are insertable due to the battery cover at the end. The shape is that of your basic vibrator, straight with a rounded end for insertion. I would not call this discreet as anyone will be able to tell what it is by looking at it. For traveling you can easily put it in your bag and go; I would remove the batteries to ensure improper turning on of this toy.
    • Beginner

Functions / Performance / Controls

This vibe is powered by 2 AA batteries which are inserted by removing the battery cap at the end of the vibe. When you remove the cover there is a battery case that comes out, you place the batteries in it and then place it back inside the vibe. There is only one button to power on/off and control this vibrator making it very easy to use. This button is found at the very end of the battery cap. You simply push it once to turn it on, there are 3 modes to this toy and then push it again to shut it off. You have to cycle through all the modes in order to get it to power it off.

This toy is waterproof as long as the seal is in place and you make sure you have the cap on all the way. In a submersion test I did not notice a decrease in power.
    • Easy to use
    • Not discreet at all

Care and Maintenance

TPR toys can be cleaned with soap and water or toy cleaner. I found toy wipes to leave lint on this particular toy. For storage you should use the original package or put it in a ziploc type bag to ensure it does not come in contact with toys of other materials as there could be a chemical reaction ruining one or both toys involved.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store
Follow-up commentary
The motor ended up going out of this toy so we no longer have it. It was never that powerful anyway so it's not a big loss.
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