Impressions honey pot - traditional vibrator by Icon Brands - review by darthkitt3n

Impressions honey pot

Traditional vibrator by Icon Brands

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So Squishy!

Impressions Honey Pot by Icon Brands is a pretty good vibrator. It is designed to work well for both internal stimulation and external stimulation. The bulbous ribbed head works well for g-spot stimulation. Since the vibrations in this toy are located in the head, it's excellent for external massage as well. I don't care for the lack of variety in functions. Unfortunately, I also find the ribbing uncomfortable when using this internally.
silicone, material forms to touch, cute design, easy to use
not much variety in functions, ribbing can be uncomfortable
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


Impressions Honey Pot by Icon Toys is a silicone and plastic vibrator shaped similarly to a honey dipper. It features a long, thin shaft with a larger ribbed head. The shaft and head are squishy to the touch, making them great at forming to fit inside of your body comfortably.

This toy can be used both internally and externally. It works well for g-spot stimulation. The ribbed head can be used externally to stimulate the clit or any other erogenous zone. Since the base of this toy flares out a bit, it can even be used anally. Honey Pot is waterproof, so it can be taken into the shower or bath tub, too.

I think Honey Pot will work best for uses looking for a medium-sized toy. While the shaft is nice and slim, the large head can be difficult to insert, especially since it's covered in ribbing. Beginners will want to look for something with a smaller tip, which would be much easier to insert. EdenFantasys does not currently carry it, but Icon Toys has another toy in this line, the Impressions Slimline, that is the same exact toy, minus the head. Advanced users may not care for this toy's smaller girth.

Honey Pot will work well for both solo and partner play. It's made of silicone, so this can be safely shared between partners after it has been washed.
  • 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
    • Everyone
    • Solo
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

Honey Pot is made of two materials: silicone and plastic. The insertable end of the toy is squishy silicone formed over a hard plastic shaft. The base is made of teal slick plastic and white plastic with a velvet-like coat. There is a noticeable seam running along the base, however it does not feel sharp. The silicone is nice and smooth feeling. It has some drag to it, though not as much as some other silicone toys. If you press on any of the silicone, it will hold whatever shape you press into it. Releasing it will cause it to reform its original shape after a few seconds. The silicone has two seams in it, however neither are very noticeable. I can only find them by closely examining the toy. They cannot be felt when this toy is inserted.

There is a very light odor to Honey Pot, however I cannot smell it unless I have the vibrator right under my nose.

While the actual silicone does not have any texture that adds to the stimulation or use of this toy, I think how squishy it is can add to the ease of use. This toy will somewhat conform to your body by squishing when it is being pressed on. This can help the vibrator to fit more comfortably while inside you. The ribbing on the head adds a lot of stimulation.

I think silicone is a great material for a toy. It's a pretty safe non porous material. It's also pretty user-friendly, making it a great choice for beginners. Honey Pot is also phthalates free and hypoallergenic, making the material safe for use with any user.
    • Light odor
    • Not porous at all

Design / Shape / Size

Compared to some other vibrators I own, Honey Pot is about a medium-sized toy. It measures 8 inches long with 5 1/2 inches of the length being insertable. The shaft measures 3 inches around. The head bulbs out at the start and tapers off somewhat. It measures 4 inches around at its widest.

The base of the vibrator screws off right where the silicone shaft starts. Underneath is the battery compartment, which takes two AAA batteries. The silicone seals tightly against the plastic base to keep out moisture, making this toy waterproof.

I like the size of this toy. I found it was long enough for the head to reach and stimulate my g-spot. The girth of the shaft is nice, especially for those who are looking for a more slim toy. I did have difficulty with the ribbed head, mainly due to the ribbing. It felt uncomfortable during insertion and left me a bit sore, even though I used plenty of lubricant. Beginners may find they will prefer a toy with minimal detailing or textures as a smooth toy is easier to get used to using. I personally would have preferred if this toy had a smooth bulbous head.

As far as anal play goes, this may be a bit difficult for beginners to insert. It's pretty long and the head could be difficult to comfortably insert anally. While I do not use toys anally, my fiance does. He says he might use this toy anally, though he's not particularly interested since this wouldn't stimulate his prostate. He says it's a bit too short for stimulating anal play. As I stated before, this does have a flared base so it can be used anally if you so choose.

Because of the length, I do not think this toy would be very easy to hid. This is not designed to be a discreet toy. The appearance makes it pretty obvious this is a vibrator.

Functions / Performance / Controls

Honey Pot is powered by a small teal silicone button on the white velvety plastic portion of the base. Pressing the button will cycle through the vibrating functions. Holding it for 3 seconds will turn the vibrator off. The controls are pretty easy to handle during use. The two different plastic textures make it easy to find the button by feel alone. I think the button location makes this a little too easy to turn on and off when I'm not meaning to. I turned it on a few times by accident when I was trying to wipe it down and when I was trying to take it back out of the plastic tray it comes in.

The vibrations are located in the head of the toy. A small amount of vibrations can be felt down the shaft. There are five different vibrating functions programmed into Honey Pot. They are accessed in this order:

- Long high pulses that shorten in length (They can be pictured as: ---...---...---..--..--..--.-.-.-)
- Long high pulses followed by a short period of constant medium vibrations
- Short high pulses
- Constant high vibrations
- Short period of constant high vibrations followed by fast high pulses

I don't really care for the order of the vibrating functions in this toy. I'm used to toys starting out with a lower constant vibration. The pulses of high vibrations being the first function made me jump a little. I also do not like that the fourth and fifth functions start out the same. Clicking the button to access the fifth function made me think it was broken and that there was only 4 functions since it takes a while for the pulses to begin. Out of these functions, I preferred the first and fourth. Compared to other toys, the vibrations seemed about average.

This toy is not very noisy at all. It sounds about the same as when my phone has the vibrating alert on. The base can be a bit noisy depending on how it is held. It makes a very light rattling noise.

When I tested Honey Pot in the water, it worked just fine. It ran under water without any issues. When I took it out of the water and dried it off some, I checked inside the battery compartment to see if any water had leaked in and none had.

Honey Pot takes two AAA batteries which are not included. So far this has run for about 40 minutes and it has not drained a new set of batteries.
    • Multiple settings
    • Not enough variety

Care and Maintenance

Since this toy is silicone, it can require a bit more maintenance than some other toys. It can be washed with antibacterial soap and warm water or your favorite toy cleaner. Once it's clean, I'd leave it out to air-dry rather than toweling it dry. Silicone is a lint magnet. I noticed this particular toy is less of a lint magnet than other silicone toys, but not by much. Even though this has a lot of ridges on the head, I did not notice any difficulty cleaning them with some soap and warm water.

I recommend storing this in a Ziploc bag, not only to keep it clean and ready for it's next use, but to keep it from bonding with any other silicone toys you happen to store it with.

Silicone toys are only compatible with water based lubricants. Any other type of lubricant will also bond with the toy and wreck it.
    • Easy to clean


Honey Pot comes packaged in a plastic box with a clear plastic tray inside. The front of the box is a clear panel. One side states that this is a 100% silicone gel vibrator that forms to your touch. The back of the box gives a basic description of the toy and also lists that this is waterproof, made of ABS plastic and silicone, phthalates free, and requires two AAA batteries (not included). The packaging isn't all terribly too informative. It instructs to hold the power button for 3 seconds to turn the toy off, but that's it.

I think the box would be okay for gift giving. On one hand, it's not covered in naked women like some packaging is, but it does say it's a vibrator all over it. It would be best to give this to someone who would not be embarrassed or shocked by receiving a blatantly displayed vibrator as a gift from you.

While the box would work for storage, I prefer not to use it. It's a bit bulky compared to Honey Pot. Right now, what little space I can get is precious and I'm not interested in wasting it on bulky packaging. The box can be recycled if you don't care to keep it.
    • Not discreet
    • Recyclable

Personal comments

I think Honey Pot is a pretty good vibrator. It's made of a good safe material, it's easy to use, and it provides some strong stimulation. Unfortunately, it's just not the toy for me. I tend to find any insertable toy with a lot of texture or design to it, like the ribbing on Honey Pot, to be very uncomfortable. I prefer slick, smooth surfaces. However, this toy is still enjoyable to me for external stimulation. The vibrations come right out of the bulbous head, making it great for strong clitoral stimulation, which is how I prefer to use this.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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