Symphony sonata - g-spot rabbit vibrator by Evolved Novelties - review by Renewing Desire

Symphony sonata

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Symphony out of Tune

It's a beautiful toy, like all Evolved products, but this one fell short for me. I think you could get a little more power for your money.
Beautiful, waterproof, body-friendly.
A bit weak on power. Awful rattling noise.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
The Symphony Sonata arrived in a stylishly designed red tin made by Evolved, which is such an awesome company. Their body conscious toys and bright colors are awesomely designed. The bright blue color of the TPR is very cheery, as are all of their TPR toys. The flexibility is much like the other TPR Evolved toys: firm but flexible, and slightly gives to a squeeze. I have the Citron Florentine as well and it's the same material.

Body: the wavy ridges along the sides of the toy are very nice. There are round bumps on the front and back of the shaft which are definitely detectable when inserted. I would recommend a good amount of lube if you are sensitive to ridges and bumps like I am, otherwise they will be more uncomfortable than stimulating.

Motor: there are two motors, one in the tip of the shaft and one in the dolphin. The one in the tip is definitely more powerful, and larger.

I think my Symphony Sonata is a little defective, because it sounds like a small propeller plane or lawn mower with distinct distracting rattling on all three speeds. I think some of the innards lost their glue, and are jostling around freely. This is super disappointing. The Citron is nearly silent, and I have a feeling the Symphony Sonata is supposed to be just as quiet. When inserted, the pressure on the shaft stops the rattling and, it sounds like I believe Evolved intended it.

Strength: since it only takes 2 AA batteries it does not pack as much of a punch as other rabbit vibrators that use more batteries, but it's respectable. The Symphony Sonata has 3 speeds, controlled by a push button at the bottom of the toy. Push once for low, twice for medium, three for high, and four will turn it off.

The 1st speed is a nice warm up if you use the tip of the shaft clitorally. The 2nd speed is better, but I prefer the top speed inserted. The 3rd speed is a good strength in the tip motor, but the dolphin motor is much weaker.

Use: I really wanted to like this toy. The insertable length is 4 1/2", and was a little much for me unless really warmed up. Once suitably relaxed however, it's quite a nice feeling. And this toy is waterproof, which is awesome. I took it in the shower and no problems on the waterproofing.

The dolphin is pretty weak even on the top speed and it completely misses my clitoris for some reason. I had to manually press down with my fingers to get any sort of progress in that area. This is of course highly dependent on personal anatomy, but for me it just didn't work. If I tried to hit my G-spot, which this toy does pretty well, the dolphin missed my clit. If I tried to get the dolphin in better position, it missed my G-spot.

Overall I am pretty disappointed, but maybe mine is just defective and my anatomy did not get along with it. I am still looking forward to trying other Evolved products.
The noise was really the worst part. It was so distracting I couldn't get excited on my first attempt. Even though the rattling disappears when inserted, I still couldn't get comfortable. Even later, the rattling was still distracting and warming up took longer than I wanted. Fortunately the rattling disappeared once inserted. Once warmed up, the Symphony Sonata gave me a decent ride.

The power for me was ok on the third speed, but it's not gong to knock anyone's socks off. The motor in the dolphin could definitely be stronger. Initially the vibrations seemed pretty strong, but once inside they dull considerably. Hopefully it will grow on me, but I hope this one works better for someone else.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • Juliettia
    I love the look of the Evolved toys. I was wishing the Opus that I have, had a clit attachment similar to this one since I love it.

    Due to all the ridges and valley grooves was it hard to clean?
  • Pumpkin Lady
    That's too bad about the sound and the positioning. It' so cute, I would have been disappointed too. I'm going to check out the Citron...
  • Renewing Desire
    Julietta, the ridges and grooves aren't really hard to clean because the TPR is squishy enough to just rush your finger flat on them if you push. It's a very giving material so you can push the ridges and the bumps around a bit to get things clean.
  • Mamastoys
    Sorry it wasn't what you wanted but thanks for the review. I don't think it would be strong enough for me either.
  • Adriana Ravenlust
    Honestly, I've found all my Evolved toys to be lacking power which is such a shame.
  • Renewing Desire
    Yea, the Citron is a little low on power, but for me it is possible to climax with them, although it takes much longer than usual.
  • Online
    nice review!
  • kutekatie
    when you say low on power - is it close to the power of like a mini bullet or not even in the same ballpark?
  • kutekatie
    Also- Great name! made me laugh out loud
  • Mommy2
    good review
  • Kinkypixie
    Great review, wish it was a little stronger
  • 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!
  • hillys
    Thanks for the review
  • Tbanda
  • Neurogasm
    Oh, yikes about the sound. D: Thanks for the review!
  • Arlinnae
    Thanks for the info
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