Night moves tickle - g-spot vibrator by Topco Sales - review by K101

Night moves tickle

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Night moves did not tickle

In all honesty, I don't think this toy is worth it, and I was a bit sad that I had so many complaints with it and had wasted money. In my (cheap) opinion, it's not at all worth the money. It just needs serious improvements. I still love the idea of the toy, just wish it'd deliver. I'd really be interested in having one like this only without the completely floppy, flaccid thing going on and for goodness sakes a little better material, at least the squishy jelly.
Vibrations can be strong
Wonderful idea of a toy
Won't hold shape/floppy
The material was just terrible
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


Night Moves Tickle is best used externally as well as internally, however it was highly lacking in my book. It has quite the texture and function going for it had it only been...better constructed. Tickle can be used to stimulate the clitoris, labia, and vulva for a good warming up, and internally if you're up for it. Its jelly sleeve was nothing like any jelly toy I've ever owned. In fact, I found it hard to believe it wasn't made of rubber. I bought this toy years ago and wasn't very experienced with toys at the time, but it's still around and sadly, still just as disappointing. Tickle is totally flexible and bends very well. The tip of the shaft is made to caress the G-spot and bending it can be helpful, but for me I'd bend it in place, get it where I want it and as soon as I move it pops and won't hold its shape. Keeping it in a bend was impossible.

Although I am not pleased with it, others may be. I don't think it's a toy that would be restricted to only advanced users. In fact, it's not a bad toy for a beginner at all and especially good for one who's interested in a little texture. It could make a good toy for someone, but I had several complaints which I'll get to later.

My partner and I tried using it together and it would've been very fun and a great toy for partner play. I would actually suggest having a partner so they can manipulate the shape and hold it there while using it on you. It's too difficult to try and hold the shape yourself, but if you're not planning to bend it, then it could be very nice for you.
  • 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?
    • Couples
    • Solo
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Campus/roommate living

Material / Texture

To me, the material is very much like rubber. It's nothing like any jelly toy I've ever owned. It's some type of this "jelly" sleeve that's on a harder (maybe plastic) shaft. I know this because only 2 days after I bought the Tickle, I saw that the bottom of the sleeve was coming undone. It has always had a strong rubber scent and still does several years after getting it. It doesn't have a taste. I really like the texture how there are ripples all throughout the toy, but I am not able to get much from them because it's honestly painful. It's a very uncomfortable experience trying to get the grabbing vibrator to go inside without taking the labia inside with it.

I've tried many times over the past few years with this thing and I just can't get anything from it. It really could've been a wonderful toy. The texture would be great, but it seems that the material is just not agreeing with me.

The texture isn't intense. Beginners would be perfectly fine with this toy. It's not scary, but I do suggest being extra careful if you're like me and have had trouble with certain rubber like materials pulling and causing pain. If you can get past the material, then I think the texture would feel great. Now if this toy was silicone, I'd really enjoy it.

The material is not slick and easy to glide in and out. It's not squishy like most jelly; it's fairly firm but has some give. I think it's a pretty enjoyable size. I was surprised that it wasn't too large for me. I find some toys that aren't small to be uncomfortable, but size isn't a problem with Tickle. That's another reason why I say it's beginner friendly.

It's like I said, very grabby. If that doesn't bother you and if you're not into this toy for the bend, then it could really work out.

This little guy is a real lint sucker! It'll grab onto anything it can and hold on for dear life. Even after washing I find little fuzzies on it.
    • Flexible
    • Sticky
    • Strong odor

Design / Shape / Size

My issues aside, the 6 3/4" insertable length tickle is enough to please an "advanced" toy user without being too much for someone who's never used one at all. The Tickle takes 2 AA batteries and unfortunately I can't say the vibrations were any more satisfying than the rest of the toy. That's not to say that they're really weak, but try as I might (and believe me, I have!) they just aren't doing it. I don't know why. I can only think of it being that awful material. I have never climaxed or gotten close with this one, which is very unusual, even with not-so-great toys I usually can manage. I do like the design, the shape, the size and the texture but couldn't get past the painful, light thrusting. If you're looking for a toy you can be rough with, I wouldn't recommend this.

LENGTH: 8 3/4"
DIAMETER: 1 1/2"
WEIGHT: 0.5 pounds

Like I said before, the toy is supposed to bend and it does. It just won't hold its shape which isn't a huge disappointment for me, but it's important to note. It makes a popping sound when you bend it but won't break easily.

I was actually pretty pleased with the controls. It's a small purple scroll at the very bottom of the screw-on base. It has a line of white dots ranging from small to large, that way you know scrolling up (toward the larger dots) you get stronger vibrations. Scrolling down (toward the smaller dots) you get lighter vibrations.

Tickle is not easy to hide. It catches the eye easily. It's not small or discreet but can be easily tucked away in a drawer. It can be traveled with if you keep it out of sight. It's not loud at all so the sounds aren't likely to be heard through a closed door.
    • Beginner
    • Partner play

Functions / Performance / Controls

Tickle is not a waterproof toy so it shouldn't be put in water. I wasn't able to enjoy this toy like I said. It caused me quite a bit of pain and discomfort and the vibrations can get strong at the highest setting, but it seems they randomly stop and start and the thing has a mind of its own. I think maybe there was a problem with the connections, but I can't get it to stay on a setting or even stay on at all. It randomly gets strong then light and shuts off all without me even touching the speed wheel! The little scroll-wheel control was very easy to use and it doesn't get bumped in the process. It's not noisy at all. You wouldn't be able to hear the vibrating outside of a closed door.

It is multi-speed so it can be turned up and down to get stronger or lighter vibrations. It's very flexible, but don't count on it to hold its shape at all.

The little nub at the end of the shaft would be very successful at G-spotting if you're able to get the toy in and out without discomfort. The texture as well would be highly satisfying.

There is good news. You can expect the double A batteries to last for a very long time. It actually holds batteries better than any toy I've had.
    • Discreet sound
    • Easy to use

Care and Maintenance

First I'll go ahead and say my usual: Do not share this toy. It is made of porous material and should not be shared nor should it be put in water or stored with other toys as it is not waterproof and having direct contact with other toys can degrade or "melt" the material. I accidentally had this one stored with another one made of very squishy jelly that seems it could melt just being in your hands, and thankfully it wasn't damaged and it didn't damage Tickle either. That's not to say it's safe at all! I probably just got lucky on that one.

Next, this toy is a bit tough to clean, not big time, but it isn't waterproof. You can't boil it and so much fuzzies, pet hair, etc. stick to it that it seems a simple damp cloth won't quite clean it well. I carefully run it under warm water and soap it up real good with an anti-bac soap. It'd probably be much safer and quicker to clean with a cloth and toy cleaner. Be cautious not to let water near the battery compartment.

Over the years, I've stored this one away in an old, slender box that one of my hair straightener's had came in. It's a small box that fits and hides anywhere and it's remained the prison of this toy for years. It's easily stored in any box, drawer, etc. You can wrap it in a cloth or T-shirt or bag if you'll be storing it in the same box as other toys. It's not small, but it sure has kept well hidden.

This toy is compatible with a water based lube.
    • Easy to store


It's been quite a few years, but If I'm correct I believe this toy came packaged in a round, tall clear container. It isn't suitable for storage so I would recommend using your regular safe storing method or one I've mentioned in the above section. I'm positive there was no nudity or people on the packaging. That's not to say it hasn't changed in the past few years. I cannot recall whether or not instructions were included, but it seems some type of instructions were there either on the container or in a leaflet. I remember the package containing information on the flexibility of it. It would serve as a nice gift though.
    • Minimal
    • Very informative
    • Would make a nice gift
Follow-up commentary
I've finally got the nerve to throw this filthy bastard in the trash! I simply have no use for "tickle" and do not regret my decision. It was one of the most uncomfortable vibrators I've used and honestly I'm quite surprised that I ever introduced the rubbery thing to my vagina. I guess I'm still on bad terms with Tickle. I just found the popping of the spine, the awful sticky material and the grabbing of my insides to be a complete disaster. The vibrator was still going after more than a year so it does hold up in that area. However, this didn't get much use and the rubbery sleeve had managed to kind of shrivel up, exposing the white plastic shaft. I did try to pull it back down and it wasn't budging. The glue had dried out too much and stopped holding the sleeve to the shaft. I didn't have a good experience ever with this toy so I felt it was time to retire him.
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  • js250
    Excellent review.
  • VampKitty
    Awesome review!
  • Tart
    Amazing review!
  • wetone123
    Thanks for the highly informative review! Sorry this one did not work out for you. Oh well, on to the next one!
  • M121212
    Thanks for sharing your experience with this toy.
  • ichwillwaffels
    good review
  • Antipova
    I absolutely agree that the texture of this looks like it should feel really good... but if it drags your labia in it's definitely not going to be a good fit for me. Sometimes I wonder why they even make toys out of jelly, it's such an unpleasant material for my body that it's hard to imagine it making people happy.
  • K101
    Thanks so much for the comments guys!

    Antipova, I totally agree! That type of material is just yuck! Some jelly is OK with me, but a lot of it drags and pulls and causes real discomfort, not to mention it's not as safe as others and usually stinks to high heavens! Lol.
  • ~LaUr3n~
    SAD! These LOOK so fun
  • Beck
    Sorry it was not better, it is cute thanks for sharing.
  • haley730
    Sorry it din't work out for you, great review!
  • Missmarc
    Great review, thank you!
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