Silly diver - sex toy by Cal Exotics - review by ToyGeek

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The Silly Diver is an outstanding rotating rabbit vibrator, made of body safe silicone and sure to impress with its power. The rotating beads are fixed so as not to jam, the rotating shaft keeps on turning under pressure, and the vibrations should satisfy even the most power hungry. It's a fun and effective toy, for a great price.
Silicone, rotating beads, strong rotations, powerful vibrations.
Powerful vibrations.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Silly Diver is a dual stimulator for users who like strong, direct, pinpoint vibrations externally. While the intended plan is for female-bodied users to position the external stimulator on the clitoris while enjoying the internal rotations vaginally, creative users can also turn the toy around, stimulating the anus while using the shaft vaginally. It's also possible to use the shaft anally.

While advertised as waterproof, the Silly Diver does not appear to be bathtub friendly, as the battery compartment fits a bit loosely. Splashproof would probably be a more accurate label.
  • Who / How / What
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    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
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • On a bed only
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

The working portion of the Silly Diver is silicone, a body safe, non-porous material with no odor or taste to it. It's both phthalates-free and latex free. While not the silkiest feeling silicone I've experienced, the Silly Diver is a pleasant enough texture and moderate in the lint collecting department. I've dropped it on my bed before without collecting enough cat hair to build a new cat, although with any silicone toy, it's best to give it a quick wipe before use.

The Silly Diver has a bit of mild texture in the form of gentle ridges that can be felt during insertion, but which have little impact once the rotation feature is turned on. Users who might sometimes leave the toy off and use it just for thrusting might appreciate them more.

There's nothing about the texture or material that would intimidate a less experienced user.
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all

Design / Shape / Size

Like all dual stimulation toys, the Silly Diver is somewhat anatomy dependent. When the rotating portion is ideally positioned for maximum g-spot stimulation, the clitoral attachment may fall short of its goal, depending on the user's anatomy. That's not necessarily a bad thing, though, given the strength of the vibrations -- some users might well be delighted to put some distance between that pointy little powerhouse and their more sensitive bits.

As for size, the Silly Diver provides about five inches of insertable length, with a diameter that falls just short of an inch and a half. This makes it a tad bit on the larger side of things for someone brand new to penetration, but it's unlikely to intimidate most users.

When it comes to discretion, the Silly Diver is pretty obviously a sex toy. Anyone who's used the Internet or channel surfed past [i]Sex and the City[/i] will recognize the design pretty quickly, and the pinkish purple color doesn't help. If privacy is a concern, this toy will need a secure storage option. For travel, TSA has seen many a toy like this one, and it's too big for carry on luggage requirements. If you check it in your luggage, remove the batteries and place it in a clear plastic bag to keep strange fingers off of it in the event of a thorough search, then hide it as discreetly as possible in a toy bag or wine bag, lest your luggage bursts open at an inopportune moment. Alternately, ship it to yourself at your final destination. Or drive. Or leave it home entirely.
    • Whimsical / artistic

Functions / Performance / Controls

The Silly Diver features three levels of vibration and several vibrating patterns, concentrated in the pointy-shaped clitoral stimulator. These vibrations are so strong that they can be felt in the shaft of the toy. The power of this thing will impress even the most power hungry of users. Those who prefer more moderate vibrations -- for example, me -- might end up leaving those turned off, or take other measures to mute their effect. More on that shortly.

The rotations come in three speeds as well. The beads spin, creating one delightful sensation, while the rotating shaft can be positioned to grind against the g-spot very effectively. Those rotations can also be reversed.

Very few toys are available that combine fixed spinning beads with silicone, so if you're strict about your toy materials, this is your chance to check out that sensation. I think the Silly Diver is worth it for that alone, especially considering the price range.

While not outstanding in their ease of use, since the buttons can be hard to press with lubed up fingers, the controls are fairly straightforward. The kind of user who never reads the directions will figure them out quickly enough.

The Silly Diver's noise level is much less than that of other toys in its category. While louder than many luxury vibrators on the market, it's not likely to be heard through a closed door if there's any ambient noise in the house. A stereo played at a comfortable level is more than adequate to cover the sound.

As for the waterproof claim -- I have a hard time believing it. There's simply too much space between the battery cover and the internal edge of the toy. I removed the battery holder, dropped a mini flashlight into the toy, and closed the compartment. I could clearly see the light all the way around. Therefore, it's not airtight. Should you get water into the toy, immediately turn it off, remove the batteries, and pack the toy in a bag of rice for several days. With luck, that'll save it. But I recommend against submerging it on purpose.
    • Easy to use
    • Multiple settings
    • Powerful

Care and Maintenance

I recommend using only water based lubricants with silicone toys. The chemicals that are used for keeping silicone in a suitably liquid form to work as a lubricant might seek to do the same to the silicone in your toy, creating a sticky mess. While some lubricant formulas successfully avoid that reaction with some silicone toys, a cautious approach is best. When in doubt, you can do a spot test by applying a single drop to a small portion of the toy. Proceed with that lubricant only if it wipes away with no adverse effects.

To clean the Silly Diver, wash the silicone portion in hot soapy water, taking care to keep moisture out of the battery compartment. You can also use a toy cleaner, rinse the toy carefully in a ten percent bleach solution, or use a toy wipe. Always be sure to rinse away any chemicals before use, because while they won't hurt the silicone, they might burn sensitive skin. Never boil a toy with a motor, even if it is waterproof. Extreme heat with cause parts of the motor to expand, which will alter how the parts fit together, most likely ruining the toy.

Storage of the Silly Diver requires a large separator bag. I keep mine in a wine bag. While silicone toys can touch each other without melting, silicone toys can be melted by toys made of silicone composites, or jelly. They also collect lint, so they're easier to keep clean when separated. Finally, the Silly Diver lacks discretion, so depending on circumstances, it'll need to be disguised or hidden. Also, take care not to let heavy toys rest on top of the Silly Diver, or put pressure on the rotating piece, as that will weaken it.
    • Easy to clean


The Silly Diver's packaging is unexceptional, and can be a minor hassle to recycle. It's a flexible plastic box that lacks discretion, as the toy is pictured and part of the box is transparent, but it also lacks half naked models, which is a plus. Slicing the box into thin strips with a box cutter makes it easier to hide amid other recyclables.

As the box is flimsy, it's useless for storage and not particularly attractive for gift giving, but any situation in which a vibrator is an appropriate gift would likely afford some leeway as to presentation.
    • Not discreet
    • Recyclable

Personal comments

Overall I was quite impressed with the Silly Diver, and do recommend it. Since the clitoral attachment was too much for me, I found several ways to mute them. First of all, I bought this toy knowing it wouldn't quite fit my anatomy, and also knowing that the vibrations would likely be stronger than I prefer. Leaving them off is therefore a fine option for me, personally. The rotations and the beads make for plenty of stimulation. Turning the toy so that the pointy bit aims elsewhere is also good, since the vibrations can be felt in the shaft.

I also found that, with a bit of effort, I could insert the pointy nose bit into the body of the Fun Factory Fly deeply enough to stay in place for a play session, dispersing the vibrations a bit, while also aiming them much higher. I suspect this would work with the Tantus Little Secret line as well, since the bullet holes are the same size. Or, if the placement is right but the vibrations are too much, you could stick a folded washcloth or hand towel beneath the pointy end to soften the vibrations.
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