Not Bad, Could Be Better

This toy has a fun idea behind it, however the execution is lacking. It doesn't live up to its range and the battery usage (and type), are frustrating. I found this to be a weaker investment and probably should have paid a bit more to get better performance. However if used around the house or in certain situations it can prove to be an adventure well worth the frustrations.
Wireless, comfortable fit, fun to use, strong vibrations
Limited range, guzzles batteries, not always discreet, not waterproof
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The wireless Shaki egg is fairly versatile in how it can be used, however it is mainly for sliding inside the vagina and teasing your partner. We found that it will hit the G-spot, for a while at least. We also could use it on the clit for foreplay. It does tend to work best as a way to tease each other. She wouldn't be able to orgasm from just the egg, but it did get us both excited. The man holding the remote gets the satisfaction of having some control over the woman's excitement, while the woman gets some good vibrations. We found that the egg tends to move away from the desired areas, and most of the low settings were unnecessarily low. She often had to ask if I could turn it up a bit, maybe someone who is more sensitive would enjoy them more. It isn't quite quiet enough on most the settings to be used in a quiet public setting, however if you have music playing you should be fine.
  • 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?
    • Couples
    • Group situations
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Campus/roommate living
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

The material is a velvety plastic and is pretty good about not picking up lint when you store it. The velvety plastic feels softer to the touch than normal plastic and with the O-ring it's definitely safe for insertion. The plastic coated antenna is also the cord used to pull to egg out, so you will have to be careful to not bend or stress the cord too much. The controller is made of the same material (velvety plastic, plastic coated antenna cord) and is smaller than the egg.
    • Rigid
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

The design of the Shaki egg is fine, however it was hard for her to keep it close enough to her G-spot for any extended amount of time. Maybe her and the egg just aren't a match. The shape of the controller is comfortable enough but its almost too small. The size of the egg is good, 2 inches long and a little over 4 inches in circumference. You shouldn't have any problem finding a safe place to put it if you have kids and the egg certainly can be packed for travel because of its smaller size.
    • Beginner
    • Partner play

Functions / Performance / Controls

The Shaki egg sends out pretty decent vibrations once turned up, and it does have several different styles of vibrations and alternate speeds for each. These are cycled through with just one button in a set order, so if you miss the one you want its an adventure to get back to it. The wireless definitely doesn't work from more than a foot away. While its a fun idea I feel like the signal strength was best described by us as "weaksauce". The limited range may damper any attempts to be used in public, the noise level however puts an end to that idea in most situations. If you don't have music playing where you are, it's noticeable. So great for teasing around the house, not for those who want to use it in public. It also isn't waterproof due to the hole where the antenna cord comes out, so be careful washing it.

As for the batteries, they are N batteries. Being newbies we didn't even know where you got these, let alone they are used in some toys. You have to go to a store where they sell medical batteries and it turns out they aren't very cheap. We left the batteries in twice and both times they were drained the next day. This can be frustrating if you don't figure this out right away; I actually thought I had broken it until I finally tried new batteries.

The best thing about this egg is though, is that it does give you both an adventure. Knowing that it's there and you can push a button anytime to turn the egg/her on whenever you please is a fun feeling. I have seriously enjoyed when we used it, I just feel like it could have been done a little better.
    • Battery guzzler
    • Multiple settings
    • Not very discreet

Care and Maintenance

Easy to clean as it is a velvety plastic, soap and water work just fine. It isn't waterproof though so be careful to keep water out of the hole where the antenna comes out. There is an O-ring for the portion that screws together to put the batteries in which is comforting considering how it is used. We used water based lubricants on it with no adverse affects, and great results I might add. The wireless controller is made of the same material so cleanup is just as simple if you have too. The Shaki egg is small and easy to store, just make sure you take the batteries out. Since the egg is plastic it doesn't pick up any lint which is a plus.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store
Follow-up commentary
This toy has become a once in a while thing for us. It works fine, but everything else we have seems to work better. It's not as powerful as a normal bullet and is too loud even when inside to be used in a public place. The remote range is less than a foot and the batteries last about an hour and a half. I still love the idea behind it but this toy just doesn't seem to pull it off.
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  • Contributor: kelaaa33wish
    Thanks for the review.
  • Contributor: Miss Anonymous
    Thanks for sharing this review with us.
    I've looked at this a couple of times and each time turned it down. I'm glad that I did now.
  • Contributor: Tart
    Great review!
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    great review!
  • Contributor: cheetahpita
    Thanks for the review! Good to know it's got a small range.
  • Contributor: Tbanda
    Appericiate great review!
  • Contributor: badk1tty
    Thank you I personally hate this one (the toy, that is).
  • Contributor: giftdgecko
    Yeah, it's no longer in our collection. Better ones out there
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    great review
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    Thank you screenname!
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    nice review
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    Thank you Michelle, one of my firsts
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