LAYAspot - clitoral vibrator by Fun Factory - review by Jewelweed


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Versatile, non-gender-specific & excellent!

In summation, this is an excellent and versatile toy. Its drawbacks are by no means deal-breakers; and I'd highly suggest picking one of these babies up!
Strong vibrations, soft material, phthalate-free, shape, unisex.
Strength of "pattern" vibrations, awkward button placement.
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I purchased this vibrator a while ago, and though I own many different toys, this is the only one I brought with me to college this year. It's small and compact, (small enough for me to forget in the shower, and, to my ultimate mortification, for my mother to find... but that's another story) But don't let the teeny size fool you. I'm a big fan of this toy, because sometimes you just need clitoral stimulation and nothing else.

It's made of durable but soft Elastomed, a fancy phthalate-free elastomer material. My research says not to use silicone-based lubricants with this puppy, as it may be a blended silicone product, so water-based it is!

It's also completely waterproof. I've used it in the shower many times, but never actually submerged it. However, I'm quite positive that submersion would not damage it, as the battery compartment locks shut very tightly. The shape is just right for my body; it tucks right into the upper labia comfortably. The vibrations are powerful, although I find myself using it mostly on the higher levels. For a quick ticket to an orgasm, try rubbing it up and down just above your clitoris, the sensation is incredible. The Elastomed material is just firm enough to carry the vibrations, and soft enough to feel great.

There are several ways to use this toy with a partner, as well! My male partner does not really enjoy vibration, as I learned with this toy. But if your partner does enjoy that sort of sensation, the Layaspot|Vibrator by Fun Factory has an excellent shape for use when stimulating his testicles. Also, it can be angled for use on the perineum. Lube it up first, and spread some of the joy it can engender with an up-and-down rubbing motion!

So far you've heard me spout praises. But unfortunately, there are a few flaws with this toy. There are three "patterns" to select from as well, which is great, but they aren't adjustable in terms of strength, thus, they aren't as strong as I'd appreciate. Also, the buttons are placed a little bit awkwardly; they're set into the material--thus, when I press one down, I inevitably press the toy down. Not very comfortable. When I first received my Layaspot, it was very quiet. However, I've owned it for a year, and it has become somewhat louder as it's gotten older... but that's to be expected with any motorized toy.
For a really great time with your LayaSpot, try using it in conjunction with a glass dildo like this one. Use the Layaspot to stimulate your clit (or your partner's!, and penetrate with the glass-I guarantee it will be an awesome experience.
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  • Jimbo Jones
    My experience with elastomer toys and silicone lube has been event free, but I haven't tried Elastomed yet. Did your mother finding this in the shower lead to an uncomfortable discussion? Good idea to combine with a glass dildo. Thanks for the review.
  • Cock Wrangler
    I'm pretty sure silicone lube is safe for Elastomed. It's the same material as Smart Balls, so checking out if some of those (many) reviews for that include this discussion is a good idea. Nice review!
  • Thanks for the heads-up on the lube, guys! I appreciate your praise as well ;)

    Just got upgraded, so I think I'll have plenty more reviews for you :)
  • Epiphora
    I have a Fun Factory toy (the Corsar) and it has the same type of battery compartment. I would be afraid to submerge mine, though... it doesn't seem to really lock that tightly.
  • Nashville
    You can do a spot test to see if it's compatible with silicone lube. Just take a dab of silicone toy and rub it on a spot of the toy at the base. If the material starts to feel gummy then it isn't compatible.
  • tim1724
    Yeah, the motor does seem to get louder after a year or so. Ours eventually started making grinding noises and pretty much stopped working.
  • IndependentlyHappy
    Wow, I can only imagine the conversation I'd have if my mom found one of my toys in the shower! Thanks for the review.
  • Arlinnae
    Thanks for the info
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