Tera Patrick's leopard duotone balls by Cal Exotics - review by Lex Achter

Tera Patrick's leopard duotone balls sex toy review

The Tera Patrick name will not lie to you. The toy is really good quality. But if you know what you are looking for in duotone balls or any type of kegel exercisers you could probably pass on these and find something better.
Well weighted and properly sized. Easy to keep track of with the nylon cord.
Quite noisy for being a small toy without and powered vibration. Not good for public use.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
I used to intern at a design firm in California. I developed packaging labels and the like at slave labor price. So theoretically, I should be aware of all marketing schemes and to look at the product quality rather then the brand name or who is endorsing. However I tend to disregard all training I have in the design world and continue to buy things because of who endorsed the product or how pretty the label is.

The great thing about shopping online, is how it prevents my bad habit of grabbing the stuff in the pretty box, over something of quality, at least for the most part. It still doesn't stop me from seeing the names I know well. So when I saw Tera Patrick's Leopard balls, I couldn't help but gravitate towards something I can recognize.

Now just because it has a particular name on the box doesn't mean it's really all that great. I should know this. But I bought it. I could have done more research.

The toy isn't really all that bad. The balls are made of hard plastic, encasing a smaller ball that moves and clinks around. The use of duotone balls is all in where you insert them. You can insert them all the way and create a subtle sensation around the g-spot, with rocking motions and movement. However I needed to incorporate other types of stimulation to reach an orgasm.

You can also leave them lower inside making you work your muscles, which I always find this more difficult to do. I tend to push the balls out instead of holding them in. And I can never find a comfortable spot to hold them.

They were surprisingly noisy for what they were. I wouldn't be able to sneak them out in public with out someone wondering what that noise was. And the nylon cord, while helpful in keeping the balls from getting lost, it will cause my OCD to pitch the toy after so many uses due to germs.

Overall the packaging didn't lie much to me this time. It is a pretty good toy. But I may have been expecting too much as well.
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  • Sigh, marketing is never entirely escapable. I recommend Smart Balls- silicone (even the string), and quiet enough to wear in a silent room.
  • Dame Demi
    Does it seem like the leopardskin print would eventually peel or flake or fade off of these? 
  • Essin' Em
    As much as I'm a lover of the leopard print (and let me tell you, it may be a disease), I'd still suggest the Smart Balls over these...if only they made leopard print Smart Balls, my life as I know it might be over.
  • I don't think the coating would flake off but then again I am more worried with they nylon rope that I probably would not keep them long enough to find out.  It looks like Smart Balls are the next thing to go for.
  • Nashville
    That nylon rope is bound to collect lots of funky stuff.. yuck. And while they're cute, listen to the ladies and go the route of the smart balls or Luna beads.
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