Kiki - clitoral vibrator by PicoBong - review by Sugarfina


Clitoral vibrator by PicoBong

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Pico Bong-o Kiki Wrong-o

I suppose overall I would give this toy a rating of 2.5 or 3 out of 5 stars. It has a nice concept and kind of reminds me of Lelo toys, which are considered a higher sex toy brand, but it just didn’t work for me. I think it would be a nice toy for a beginner, but for the money, I would go for something that worked better and was less complicated.
Small, Easy To Store, Easy To Clean, Silicone Material, Best Compatible With Water-Based Lube
Small, Hard To Figure Out, Unimpressive, Confusing Game Instructions Included, No On/Off Button
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The PicoBong Kiki Cerise (Cerise being its pink colour apparently, as it also comes in a blue hue), what I thought may be a G-spot vibe. Instead, it’s more commonly referred to as a C-spot vibe. I’m not as familiar with what the C-spot is as what the G-spot is, but I was willing to give it a try. I was also looking for a small vibrator that would work as maybe a large bullet and was easy to use and dependable.

It’s sort of a more basic vibe, probably best for beginners who don’t know much yet. But then again, if I were a beginner, I would want something that was more easy to use, dependable, and had a wide range of different settings that were obviously very different from each other when I changed it up.
  • 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
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • 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

Material / Texture

The material is made of platinum silicone and has no taste or smell, and feels velvety to the touch. Any and all silicone textures do add extra stimulation, and anyone can use it.
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

I really wasn't impressed with the small size of this, but mostly because I like larger G-spot toys that feel more filling, and I like larger G-spot toys that cover more of my clitoral area and vaginal entrance. I really didn't like the shape other than that it is small and easier to store, clean, and travel with. And that it's curved. But my cons outweigh the pros, and I really am not impressed with this toy.
    • Beginner

Functions / Performance / Controls

I wasn’t as impressed with the Kiki as I thought I might be. It wasn’t just that its settings were too weak, but also that it just simply wouldn’t work right for me. According to the User Manual, the base attachment must be unscrewed and then turned counter-clockwise to place the battery inside. Place the battery inside according to its proper alignment, it states. The toy is fastened by turning the vibe clockwise and it can be ensured that it’s closed when cleaning or using underwater to prevent water damage. I put a AAA battery in it, which I had to buy separately because it wasn’t included, and it started vibrating without me as soon as I twisted it closed.

I was confused because the Kiki doesn’t have an off or on button, only a plus sign and a minus sign exactly where it’s labeled with its name (the “-“ being in the “P” and the “+” being in the “B.”) And apparently, the minus sign doesn’t work because the only way I could get the vibration settings to change was to push the plus sign on the little vibe, and even then I could hardly feel anything from it.

I was wrong though, however, in thinking this, because in the User Manual, it states that I have to hold down the plus sign to turn it on (even though it started working without me turning it on directly), and to continue pressing the plus button to increase vibration intensity. To decrease vibration intensity, I am supposed to hold down the minus sign button, and to turn it off, I hold down the minus button for a few seconds.

The Manual states that while activated and at maximum intensity, the plus sign should be held down for two seconds to switch to the next vibration pattern. This process can be continued by pressing the plus sign for two seconds to cycle between different modes, apparently, and one can go back to the prior setting by pressing and holding down the minus button. Interesting, eh? I sure think so.
    • Hard to figure out
    • Not very discreet
    • Weak

Care and Maintenance

Only water-based lubricants (my favourite being Sliquid and JO, links included on the names) should be used with this vibrator. Silicone-based lubricants will damage the silicone on the outer shell of your toy. Also remember to never use massage oil or hand cream/lotion as lubricants with your toy - these aren’t a body-safe or toy-safe choice. Clean your Kiki with warm water and anti-bacterial soap, then rinse and pat dry with a lint-free cloth (lest I remind you that silicone, though the perfect sex toy material and body-safe material, collects lint!).
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


It came in a small display box that seems good for gifting, and is also recyclable if the plastic is pulled off of the paper of it. Also included in the box was a little black dice that seems to be apart of a game that pertains to the vibe inside the box, though no directions were included for this “game.” However, in the Manual a hint is given in that new owners are requested to “head over to” to find out what the dice is all about.

The dice is neat in that it has different products of the PicoBong product line, as if one were to start a collection of them and then roll the dice to see which one they would use for their next orgasmic experience out of their toy box. I think the concept is interesting, but as I am displeased with the vibe, I don’t think I’ll be collecting them. I like the dice though, as it would be neat for some kind of art project or to stick in the Monopoly game board box and to play a trick on someone (*winks*), and also I like it because I am fascinated with dice for some reason. One little thing I wondered was why two identical dice are displayed on the back of the box for this Kiki vibrator, but only one is included when I had hoped that maybe two would be included inside.

The features of the Kiki include it coming with a one year warranty after the date of its original purchase (which means I can request a brand new one from the company to replace mine if it breaks within the first year of ownership), and if any questions or concerns arise, one can email, as stated in its User Manual, which was included in the box.
    • Recyclable
    • Very informative
    • Would make a nice gift
Follow-up commentary
I still hate this vibe. It is NOT worth the money. In truth, I had to throw mine away a month and a half ago because after 7 months of non-use, it basically dried up and died. It did not work at all anymore. Worthless piece of crap. I hope you will not buy this toy. It is an absolute waste of your money. Buy something worth a damn.
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