Triole - g-spot vibrator by Close2You - review by Lucidity


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Oh, You Touch My Trio-Le-Le, Mmm...My Ding Ding Dong.

If you like deep vibrations, unique patterns and a slight curve, you may have found your dream toy. Size queens and kings should probably look elsewhere, but for a simple, reasonably sized, waterproof, rechargeable, silicone vibrator the Triole is close to perfect.
Rumbley vibrations, unique patterns, rechargeable, silicone, p or g-spotting, waterproof.
Lint magnet, may be small for some, may not be powerful enough for some, seams.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
The Triole by Close2You is without a doubt a very high-quality and beautiful toy. However, it has some design aspects that I found to be more confusing than arousing.

We'll start off with some specs. The Triole is mostly a firm core wrapped in velvety silicon--please no silicone based lube as it will ruin the toy. The center area (the white part) is the only thing that isn't silicone, I think it's just plastic. There is a power button that powers it on or off, and another button that cycles through the patterns and a port to charge the toy with a silicon cover to keep water out. There is also a red light which indicates charging and power. There are seams in between the silicon and plastic part, so beware when cleaning, and sharing between partners and/or orifices. Although this is a silicon toy and silicon can be sanitized with a 10% bleach solution, toy wipes or cleaned with antibacterial soap, I would use a condom because of those seams as well as the buttons and port.
The whole toy is about 6 1/4" long with about 5" insertable. The head is 4 1/2" around at the widest point with five soft and subtle ribs. The base (the "T" part) is 5" across. The words "Close2:you" are raised near the base, but I didn't feel it at all.

It has two motors, one in the head and one in the (if you're looking at the vibrator straight on) right arm. I cannot figure out, for the life of me the point of the second motor. Maybe if the two arms were parallel to the curve of the head, so as to stimulate the clitoris, vulva or perineum, but as they are now, the just vibrate my thighs or hand (or partner's hand). Even putting the second motor in the base of the Triole would have been more effective. Really, as it is now, that second motor just serves to confound me. I tried spinning it so that the arm motor hit my clit, but then the internal curve just felt odd. Aside from that, though, the vibrations are wonderfully rumbley and fairly strong. There are six pulse patterns, several are somewhat difficult to explain without the pictures provided by the accompanying booklet. I will say that "mode 5" and "mode 6" remind me of techno beats and feel pretty damn awesome. They are not loud, but not super quite, either. About as loud as a cell phone vibrating, something that is easily drowned out by running water or the TV. The sound doesn't get much louder with the patterns, especially while it's in use.

Aside from being rechargeable and seeming to have a long battery life so far (hasn't died yet), this baby is fully waterproof and tub safe. It came in a fancy hard cardboard box with a viewing window and two pullout "drawers". The first drawer houses the Triole, packed safely between foam, cut to fit it's unique shape and keep it from banging around during travel. The second drawer reveals a charger, silicon cock ring (purple), a toy cleaning wipe, a sample size bottle of "Glissando" (lubricant) as well as a beautiful, plum-colored velvet pouch and a little, full color booklet. The booklet tells us all about the Close2:You line in 10 languages with attractive photos of toys and aroused-looking people. I do wish the box was a little more discreet. It has a picture of the toy and a couple getting frisky right on the top. Over all, though, this is some mighty fine packaging, and who doesn't love some little extra treats?
The Triole feels really, very nice. What it lacks in size and super-powerful vibrations, it makes up for in deep, rumbely-ness and unique patterns. Combine this with a clit vibe and it's a wonderful experience. The curve is slight, but will probably work for most P and G spots.

This would be a 5-Star toy, if not for the oddly placed second motor. If someone knows it's purpose, please tell me, because I can't figure it out.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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My Triole tags
  • 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
    • Masturbation
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Bath / shower
    • 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?
    • G-spot
    • P-spot
  • Aishiteru
    Great review.
  • The Vixen
    Good info, thanks for sharing!
  • zinazum
    Good review
  • Alyona
    Great review
  • roskat
    Thank you.
  • SecretKinksters
    Nice review!
  • tnawiecz²7
    Love this review. I definately want one of these now lol.
  • kumblob
  • Cindi025
    thanks for the review
  • SecondStory
  • Adnerbmw
    great review
  • James Axel
  • Pete's Princess
    Interesting about the second motor. Thanks for the review.
  • avocado-heart
    Great info, thanks!
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