Symphony Minuet - traditional vibrator by Evolved Novelties - review by Betty Rocket

Symphony Minuet

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If you are looking for a simple, yet modern and sophisticated traditional vibrator, the Minuet has you covered. It fulfills its duties with style and grace....
Strong vibrations, quiet, phthalates-free, flexible.
Tiny hint of chemical smell, texture (waves) not really prominent.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
I was quite the giddy little girl waiting for the Minuet to come. Evolved's languid and exotic collection has been slowly infiltrating the sex toy infrastructure, making quite the impression on dong aficionados everywhere.

When I got my hands on one, I was thrilled. The Minuet came nestled in it's own storage tin, and a pretty one at that. I was so graciously given my preference in color, beautiful blue, however some would prefer it’s sister in pink. This toy is made out of phthalates free thermoplastic rubber. Not so bad, but still quite porous. So if you plan to share, cover it with a condom. The benefit of TPR is that you can use either silicone OR water based lube. The material had a slight chemical smell that dissipated with it’s initial cleansing.

The shaft of the vibe is of normal girth and length with four smooth waves progressing up toward the top. The bullet is housed in the upper third of the shaft, directing the majority of the vibration into the head. The battery compartment is in the base of the toy and is accessible by twisting off the smooth plastic cover. The compartment is independent of the toy, and slides out. This is pretty nice to ensure buzz free storage. The control is a push button switch directly on the bottom of the toy. Very convenient.

I noticed something about the Minuet that I think is worth pointing out. The construction of the toy is interesting. A lot of the inner wiring and bullet is completely raw under the sheath of TPR. I actually bent the vibe at a 90-degree angle and was able to run my fingers on the ridge of wiring from the bullet to the battery compartment. There are sections in the shaft that are bulked up, either with a large deposit of TPR or an inner casing. However, this development made me a little uneasy. I imagined myself being found electrocuted with a vibrator neatly tucked between my legs….ick. So, despite my interest in keeping this toy for a while, I decided to try and break through the TPR. I couldn’t do it. I bent it every which way, pulled at it, even tried to claw it open with my fingers.

My concerns were at rest. I can say with confidence that the Minuet could withstand quite a bit of rough play, and that normal use would not cause any damage to the TPR sleeve. (if you have an issue with vagina dentata, I would stay away)

So, even though I typically do not take my toys in the bath, I figured I would give this one a shot in the water with me. The Minuet has three speeds. Slow, a little fast, and fast. The vibrations were quite powerful and I was happy to see that despite the power, this vibe was pretty quiet. Quiet enough, I should say.

A little of the old clit action, and the old in and out. As a clitoral stimulator, the Minuet works fine. Nothing to write home about really. The waves, although well placed, were not very noticeable. I played around with the speeds a bit, slowly inching the shaft further inside of me. Like any toy, everyone has to find their sweet spot. I found mine with the Symphony Minuet. Deep penetration is where this toy’s talent is. The bullet position in the shaft really makes this toy sing! I am not too flexible in my tiny bathtub, so I was not able to get a direct connection, but the residual vibration that resonated into my g-spot was incredible. It produced one of those aching pleasure sensations, one that makes you want to savor it for hours.

But I was looking rather "prunish", so I had to hustle..

It really couldn’t bring me off without the help of another stimulus on my clit, but it did contribute to quite an earth shattering orgasm.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • Jimbo Jones
    Congratulations on your first descriptive review. Now you're listed as an expert. Great review, by the way, and you really go over the features of this toy. Nice bit about trying to get through the TPR sleeve as well. It always seems like having the motor out in the end of the toy would put the vibrations where you really want them, but most toys don't have that, so that's nice - and waterproof too! Thanks for the review.
  • Dame Demi
    Great review, Betty! Did you find the push button control on the bottom of the toy at all annoying? I have a habit of accidentally hitting them at just the wrong time...
  • Betty Rocket
    Jimbo-Thanks for the great comment!

    Dame Demi-I really didn't find it too annoying, I just made sure I held it in a way so I would not acccidentally switch it....Smile
  • Beautiful Dreamer
    Great review!! Smile
  • Minxy
    Minxy Heart Betty! You just continue to ROCK!
  • TexasFire
    Excellent review. I like a lot of the features that you mentioned...the push-button, the battery compartment removal. Very descriptive.
  • Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
    Nice review! Big smile
  • Mommy2
    good review
  • Dyma
    Awesome review!
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  • Stinkytofu10
    Thank you for sharing!
  • Jenny Smith
    Thanks for reviewing
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