Do You Feel a Pulse?

The Pulse Probe is best used for internal stimulation. Its moderate vibrations will tease the vaginal walls, but its head is vibration free so it won’t work for any clitoral teasing. The base can be difficult to hold with lubed hands and it can twist around during use, but if you can keep it angled properly it may provide enough g-spot pressure and stimulation.
Silicone, easy to care for, quiet, decent battery life.
No vibrations in head, only moderate vibrations, can twist around.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Pulse Probe is best used as a vaginal stimulator. It has a curved, squishy, bulbous head for g-spot stimulation, and a textured sleeve over a hard internal core to stimulate the vaginal walls. The Pulse will be enjoyed best by those who like an average insertable size and mild shaft vibrations, and prefer light to moderate g-spot pressure with no vibrations. It doesn’t work for clitoral stimulation as the vibrations are only in the shaft, and it shouldn’t be used for anal play since the base doesn’t have much of a flare.
  • 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?
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Campus/roommate living
    • Tub/shower/pool
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

This vibrator is made of silicone over plastic, and it has no smell. The pearly white bulbous tip, which has no plastic underneath, is soft and squishy and has a light drag to its smooth surface.

The shaft of the toy is a bright pink silicone sleeve over a bubblegum pink hard plastic vibrator. The sleeve has some give to it when squeezed, as it is fairly thick, and is covered with light horizontal ribbing. This ribbed texture is noticeable when you run your hands over it, but it isn’t felt during use.
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all

Design / Shape / Size

The Pulse is pretty, with its ivory head and bright pink body. It’s about 7 1/2" long with 6 1/2" insertable. The head is round, with a 1 1/2" diameter. Right below the bulb, the toy’s diameter narrows to about 1 1/8” before gradually widening back to 1 1/2".

The plastic vibrator that’s underneath the sleeve is hooked at the top, causing the head to sit at an angle for g-spot stimulation. Because the plastic vibrator doesn’t enter the head, the head is flexible and may not provide adequate g-spot stimulation if you need very firm pressure.

The main part of the Pulse’s base is hot pink to match the shaft, while the twist dial at the base and underlying vibrator are bubblegum pink.

This vibrator is average in size and easy to store in a bag or drawer. It would be suitable for travel if the batteries were removed and you weren’t worried about the TSA having a closer look.
    • Whimsical / artistic

Functions / Performance / Controls

The Pulse is powered by 2 AAA batteries. These are inserted by unscrewing the base. They go in + side first, and are easy to insert and remove. A curled piece of plastic is inside the compartment to muffle noise and shouldn’t be removed.

Vibrations are controlled by the twist dial around the bottom of the base. The dial is easy to twist to the desired level. The Pulse has steady vibrations that go from low to moderate, and they’re quite buzzy. Vibrations are concentrated in the shaft and can be felt pretty uniformly up and down the entire shaft length. The vibrations are nonexistent in the bulb, rendering this useless for clitoral stimulation. The vibrations aren’t loud, and are quieter when inserted. The battery life is decent, and is aided by removing the batteries between uses.

An O-ring sits below the cap threads to keep water out of the battery compartment. The sleeve over the vibrator is thick and tightly attached to prevent water from entering inside the shaft of the toy as well.
    • Discreet sound
    • Easy to use
    • Weak

Care and Maintenance

This is fairly easy to care for. It should be washed both before and after use with warm water and antibacterial soap; a toy cleaner or wipe can also be used. After use, you may want to use a soft brush, like a toothbrush, to thoroughly clean the shaft since it has so much texture. The Pulse should be stored without batteries, in a bag or drawer. Waterbased lubricant is recommended.

    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


The Pulse comes in a large, easy to open clear clamshell. The vibrator is visible through the front, and the inserted sheet is a bright pink, white, and yellow design. It also features a unique “try me” feature on the front, with a 1/2" silicone bubble that isn’t under the plastic. This allows you to feel the toy’s material before your purchase. The back of the packaging has the product’s information in several languages, and includes information that the Pulse is nontoxic and complies with the European standard for toy safety. It also mentions that its cadmium content is in accordance with this regulation. A picture showing how to install the batteries is also on the back.


The Pulse Probe is pretty, and I like the silicone bubble on the packaging’s front so you can feel the material, but there were a few things I didn’t care for.

I was most surprised that this vibrator didn’t have any vibrations in the tip. Typically, with my silicone vibes, the tip has most of the vibrations and they carry down the shaft. With the Pulse, the vibrations are entirely in the shaft, and they don’t travel at all into the head. This means that the Pulse won’t work if you want to use the head to tease your clit before inserting it, unless you only want some light pressure and no vibrations; I like to tease my clit with a vibrating head before inserting any vibrator. The bulb is a bit squishy for g-spot stimulation, but I found it worked ok once I was fully aroused and close to orgasm from a clitoral stimulator.

This can also be tricky to hold and thrust. It needs to be held right at the base of the silicone for thrusting, and this can be difficult if your hands are covered with lube. Also, there’s nothing on the base to indicate if you’ve got the head pointing in the right direction, so if you aren’t careful the head can move around and miss hitting your g-spot.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.

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