Basic, But Basic Isn't Bad

A solid, no-frills piece of hardware with a decent motor. While the fairly basic design and lack of special features may make it unexciting, this allows for a stronger motor than other vibes at this price point. It's pretty solidly built and seems pretty well-designed for what it is, but that doesn't change the fact that the Multispeed Lady Finger is fairly basic. Basic, but not bad at all. Not the best piece of hardware, but very good for the price.
Solid, no-frills design, strong motor, takes common batteries, good quality build
Performance drops with battery charge, a hard plastic shell may be uncomfortable for some
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First impression

The Multispeed Lady Finger is a fairly basic design; though as I'm a single man who got it as part of a free gifts promotion, when the order included a dedicated vibrating prostate massager, I found myself somewhat puzzled as to what to do with it; as I don't have a vagina nor do I have anyone willing to help me with testing. So it remained in the package a while until I decided to try a vibrating cock ring that also came free with that order.

The button-cell batteries in the ring's bullet died in five minutes, and it was 1:30 AM; I wasn't going out to get more button cells. So I pulled the Lady Finger out of its packaging and was able to mount it in place of the bullet thanks to the ring's stretchy material, despite the Lady Finger being a bit thicker than the bullet, and it ended up saving my night. I still need to get new button cells though.

During the installation, I noticed both the hard plastic shell and how basic the design was; what you're getting is a solid, no-frills piece of hardware.

First Use

As mentioned under the first impression, my first use of the Multispeed Lady Finger was as a replacement for a cock ring's vibe bullet whose batteries died when I didn't have any to replace it with. I was alone, on my back, ring in place and just let it do its thing. Brought me to a nice climax, but it took an extended length of time, probably 30-45 minutes, though part of that might have been the ring at play; I am very much not the target audience for this device.

There's not really much texture to this thing, no special pulsing functions, just a vibration motor in a hard plastic shell with a basic speed knob on the battery cap. I assume there's some kind of variable resistor or something in the battery cap. It really is a basic design, but the no-frills approach means that for the price you're getting a stronger motor. It's powered by a single AA battery, and the motor seems to produce stronger vibrations than the various AAA-powered vibrators I've handled.

Further Experience

I continued to use it in place of a bullet in that ring for a while until the ring snapped (my fault; too much stress on the material, not enough lube). From there, I decided to apply the lady Finger directly to the penis, and it still does the job, but not quite as effectively. For the sake of completeness leading up to this review, I tried using it anally, but the hard plastic shell made it a bit uncomfortable. Those of you with vaginas may want to keep that in mind. It's about the size of your average penis, so if what I've read is correct, most women should have some wiggle room, though the lack of any head-like structure or another G-spot catcher may be a problem. Again, I don't have a vagina, so this is mostly speculation based on what I've read.

A quirk I've noticed is that the performance on the motor starts to taper off as the charge in the battery decreases. I would recommend using a rechargeable AA so you can keep this vibe at full power without spending a fortune on batteries.

Vibration Map

I suspect the motor is directly in front of the battery compartment, as that seems to be where the vibration is the strongest, though it's mostly even throughout as far as I can tell, and is weakest behind the battery compartment at the battery cap. Using the tip of the vibe on an internal bit can be fun, but I personally prefer to use the section housing the motor for external use. I may stop using it once I get a proper vibrating ring again, but again, it's built for internal use with organs I don't have.
  • Very mild, low level vibration
  • Moderate vibration
  • Strong and easily felt vibration

Orgasm Intensity

Over the course of my time with the Multispeed Lady Finger, my climaxes have averaged between a 5.75-6.5 on a scale of 0-10, with 0 being nonexistent, 1 being present but wholly unsatisfying, and 10 being strong enough to walk funny the morning after. I would suggest using it primarily as an external vibrator; the hard plastic shell may lead to some discomfort.
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