Diva - clitoral stimulator by Downunder Toys - review by CaptainBunnyKilla


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Looks like a bug! But not in a gross way.

The Diva is a high-quality silicone vibrator that's a little awkward to use. The vibrations carry nicely through the body of the vibrator, which has been designed to be used externally, not for insertion. It's a little bit unwieldy, and might be better for partner use than solo.
Pure silicone, pretty powerful bullet, familiar controller.
Awkward in use, nubs on the front are very pronounced.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
When I requested the Diva for review, the lovely and talented Epiphora exclaimed, “Oh my God! Its got feelers!” And it's true: there are silicone feelers, and it kind of does look like a bug. The Diva is designed for external stimulation of the clitoris and vulva. It's not designed to be inserted.

The silicone (I got the white, which was lovely and pearlescent) is firm yet flexible. It's much more like Tantus silicone (shiny, a little bit of give) than Ophoria silicone (matte, stiff). There's a standard bullet vibe embedded halfway up the shaft of the Diva. The back of the toy is curved but smooth and texture-less. The front of the toy, however, is flat and has alternating nubs and indentations. And at the top are the aforementioned feelers, which are intended to cradle the clitoris.

I find the Diva a little difficult to use, in all honesty. If you want to use the feelers on your clit, you have to hold the handle at the base of the shaft. My leg got in the way, and I don't think my arms are long enough to pull this off. I ended up holding the toy by the curved back, which makes it a little difficult to maneuver, especially when lubed up. This may be the first toy I've ever used that I think might make a better partner toy than a solo one. Additionally, I found the nubs to be a little too big: they're long enough that they actually elevate the toy and prevent you from making contact with the body of the toy. The vibrations were of moderate intensity, and the vibrations carry along the silicone rather well.

The Diva, since it is pure silicone, is sterilizable, but cleaning is a little difficult. I'd recommend wiping it down with 10% bleach solution because of the bullet in the shaft. The bullet doesn't seem to be easily removable (I'm sure you can actually get it out, but I don't think you'd be able to get it back in), so putting the toy in the dishwasher or boiling it wouldn't be a great idea. Toy cleaner and toy wipes (or just plain soap and water) work fine, too, just make sure not to get water in the shaft or on the controller.

All in all, I found the Diva intriguing, but it's not going to be a toy that I'll use all that often because of how awkward I find it to use. But the silicone is high quality and the vibrations are nice, so if you have a partner, you may want to give this one a shot!
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • Jimbo Jones
    The bullet is an absolute pain to remove the first time. I put some water based lube on it when I put it back in and it was much easier to remove the next time. Using the bleach solution for sterilization works well as an alternative solution. My partner likes to use the Diva but she just holds it along the back as well. She has to elevate her hips in order to get it to easily stay where she wants it. Great review, toygirl!
  • lusty
    Just wondering, how come it lists "Multispeed" as one of its feature? Is this an error since both yours and Jimbo Jones don't mention about it having the multispeed. Thanks. Great review, by the way! Smile
  • lexical
    Oh, ew! It does look like a bug Sad face Too much of a turn off for me to get over it and really enjoy the toy, I think...Thank you for your review!
  • zeebot
    Great review, thanks!
  • lzee
    Appericiate great review!
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