Symphony sonata - rabbit vibrator by Evolved Novelties - review by Menarae

Symphony sonata

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Meet the Playful Dolphin

The Symphony Sonata is a nice-looking vibe with decent motors. If you're looking for earth-shattering vibrations, keep looking, but if you're new to vibes or like something a little milder, this is a good one to try. Easy to clean, waterproof, and compatible with any kind of lube.
Not too loud, decent motor, waterproof, easy to clean
Too easy to hit the button accidentally, only three speeds
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Symphony Sonata is a pretty good starter vibe. You get both internal and external stimulation, and the motors are pretty good. It's definitely not for someone looking for really strong vibrations, or for a variety of settings. But if you're not entirely sure what kind of stimulation you want, the Symphony Sonata's a pretty good choice. It's not too expensive, so if you absolutely hate it, you won't feel like you wasted your money. And if you like it, you're still getting a pretty good vibe.

I also like it because it has a similar texture to jelly toys, but firmer, and without that smell and that oily sweat. It's a small step up from jelly towards the better materials, like silicone.

Material / Texture

When I got this toy, I didn't know anything about toy materials. I thought it was just a jelly toy, though it was firmer than jelly. I've learned more recently that it's TPR. It's firm enough to withstand ferret teeth pretty well. My darling weasel got her paws on it once or twice before she snagged it for good, and the most she seemed to do was scrape her teeth along the surface. Even when she'd had it for about six months in her stash, she didn't do much damage to it.

For the entire time I had it, it never started to sweat, and it never had that funky, sometimes nauseating jelly smell. It's very slick, so lubrication doesn't cling well to it, but it is pretty easy to clean. There is a decent amount of flex, just enough so it's not too jabby if it gets knocked accidentally, but it's not exactly plush.

The wave texturing looks nice, but I never noticed a difference during use. I think it's just too subtle for my bits to really care about.

Design / Shape / Size

It's a nice-looking toy. The wavy details fit the dolphin theme, which is nice. I've seen some with a random dolphin just sitting on a penis-shaped toy. It does, however, look like a sex toy, so it's not subtle. I didn't find the wave details enhanced the feel of the toy at all, but I do like them esthetically.

The shaft is fairly thick, giving a nice full feeling. But if you prefer thin toys, stay away from this one! Not even the tip is that thin. The little g-spot curve, however, I found was never quite enough. I don't think I ever came close to hitting my g-spot with this toy, not without tilting it at uncomfortable angles.

The batteries can be a bit of a bother, though. The batteries snap into a little plastic insert, which then slides into the battery compartment. The insert has to go in a particular way. The compartment and insert are designed to fit together this one way, and there is a little arrow sticker inside the compartment, which corresponds with an arrow on the insert. But if you're not looking at the compartment (say, the batteries died mid-use, and instead of pulling the toy out, you're working blind) it can be a little frustrating. But only mildly so, as long as you remember to turn the insert around.

Functions / Performance / Controls

The Symphony Sonata has very simple controls. The bottom of the base has a single button. One press turns the toy on to the lowest setting. You can then cycle up through the three straight vibrations, and one last press will turn it off. There's no memory chip--not that you really need one with three settings--so you will always have to cycle through the levels. The only thing I didn't like was that the button was too easily hit by accident. I often found myself turning off the toy in the heat of the moment, then having to go all the way through back to the highest level and try to get back in the mood.

There are two bullets inside the toy, one in the dolphin clit stim, and the other just below the g-spot curve. The bullets aren't set up to run independantly of each other, so you get the same levels of stim at your g-spot and clit. The bullets are moderately powerful. I like strong vibes, and this toy came close to my ideal levels. But not too bad for the price point.

Care and Maintenance

This toy is TPR, so it's porous. If you want to share it, you'll have to wrap it up in condoms. You can use either water-based or silicone-based lubricants with it. It is waterproof, so cleaning is easy: warm water and either soap or toy cleaner will do the trick. While it is very smooth and for the most part cleans easily, make sure you get all the little nooks of the wave detailing clean. For storage, the batteries can stay in the little plastic insert (just store the insert in the box with the toy, for easy re-loading at the next playtime.)


The Symphony Sonata comes in a rather attractive metal case with sturdy latches on the short sides. The lid is clear plastic, with some metal (aluminum?) panels. There is a clear plastic insert that holds the toy up, but this can be removed, freeing up space for a small bottle of lube or condoms.

While the package isn't raunchy (no naked chicks in the throes of climax) it's not exactly subtle. I wouldn't leave it lying around for guests or kids to find. The latches are also loud, so if you're worried about sneaking around, this might not be the best storage option.

Personal comments

I no longer have this toy, thanks to my darling ferret. I bought it because she'd raided my entire toy collection, and this one came in a nice, sturdy, ferret-proof box. I had it for probably six months before she made off with it. I enjoyed it, I feel I got my money's worth out of it, but I'm not sure I'd buy it again. There are more powerful toys on the market. Of the cheap vibes I've purchased, this one is my favourite.
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  • Taylor
    Thanks for the review. Glad to hear it is a ferret proof toy
  • Yaoi Pervette (deleted)
    I couldn't help but giggle a little when you said your ferret raided your toy stash. Great review!
  • Starkiller87
    Oh wow hahaha i dont kmow what i would do if a pet ruined my toys.
  • Sarah <3
    I have one just like this! Got it at Spencers I love it too!
  • Eva Schwaltz
    Thanks for the review. I'd be careful about letting your pets get to your toys, lol.
  • Menarae
    Haha, yeah...I don't want to think about how many toys she's trashed. Now I have a nice, roomy, locking toybox And I wouldn't say it's ferret proof...more like ferret resistant. Moreso than other toys.
  • The Curious Couple
    Good review, thanks!
  • Sunshineamine
    Great review thanks!
  • Miss Anonymous
    Awesome review! Thanks for sharing it with us!
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  • Anjulie
    Great review
  • Bignuf
    Thanks for the great review. I'm still deciding on if this is a toy for us.
  • (k)InkyIvy
    Thanks so much for the review!
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    Thank you.
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    Thanks for the info
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