Tera's bendable missile - probe by Cal Exotics - review by Oggins

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Tera's bendable missile sex toy review

If you buy this toy, be very delicate with it or else the bendable joints will dislocate. When the joints dislocate, the sleeve comes unglued. This vibe would be so great if not for these problems. It reaches my g spot and strokes it marvelously but, it's just not worth trying to fix it when it breaks. I'm sure there are better alternatives!
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Pros:
Bendable, quiet.
Cons:
Joints dislocate, sleeve comes unglued.
Rating by reviewer:
2
extremely useful review
When this toy arrived, the first thing I did was smell it. It does have a smell, but nothing overpowering. It's made of Crystalessence, so a quick wash with soap and water did the trick [Editor's note: this material is porous, we recommend covering with a condom for use].

Next my husband and I tried out the bending feature. After a few minutes of bending it to see if it would actually stay in various positions, we did notice that the vibe didn't vibrate when bent at certain angles and was very weak in others. Then there was a loud pop and the "shaft" became kind of limp. Upon further examination, we noticed that one of the "joints" that makes this vibe bendable had dislocated itself. Major bummer considering we hadn't even used it yet! So, here we were with a vibe that had a great shape to it but mediocre vibrations that was now semi-limp. My husband wanted to see if he could pop the joint back together and that's when we noticed that, due to the joint dislocating, there had been a bit of strain put on the base of the bendable vibe|Tera's bendable missile where it is glued shut so it had come unglued.

Since the vibe "sleeve" was now detached with nothing to keep it in place, we pulled the sleeve off so we could fix the dislocated "joint". We pushed the ball of the joint back into the socket of the next joint and it did in fact pop back into place. It was almost as good as new except the sleeve now slips around some and I’m sure fluid or lube can get in there if we aren't careful.

Now in the bedroom, almost reluctantly trying out this dysfunctional vibe, my husband started to tease me with it starting at my clitoris. While the vibrations felt mediocre in my hand on high speed (it has a turn dial for the speed settings on the battery cap) they felt nice on my clit.
You can truly bend this vibe in any direction, but the vibration will either be weaker or stronger depending on how this vibe decides to react to being bent. After several attempts, we found the ideal position to bend this vibe for me to get the most pleasure from it. It did in fact reach my g spot oh so nicely, but after a good 30-45 minutes, I did decide that this vibe was not strong enough for me to actually orgasm with. We added a clitoral stimulator and that did the trick.

I am giving this toy two stars because it actually is a great concept and shape, it just needs some work to make it the terrific toy that it could be. I would have really loved this toy if not for the dislocating and the sleeve coming unglued. This toy is really quiet too. I don’t think anyone could hear it through a closed door but, alas, if it didn't survive us (we were actually gentle on it) then it probably is not going to survive too many people at all!
Follow-up commentary
Well, needless to say really, this one found its way into the trash can about a month after my original review. It was just too much of a hassle with the sleeve being disconnected from the vibe, and the material it's made from is porous and can harbor bacteria, so no remorse here! It's since been replaced by a much better G-spot vibe--the Gigi from Lelo. There are even cheaper, better alternatives to this one than the Gigi, such as the Xtreme pack G-spot bullet. That is one of my all time favorites and lasts so much longer than this one! Honestly the design of Tera's bendable missile is a great idea, but just doesn't cut it in real life! I would recommend passing this one by!
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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Comments
  • You're right, it's such a great idea. I think bendable toys have a long way to go, though, before they actually work well and last for any amount of time.
  • Oggins
    I totally agree!  This would have been a favorite of mine but, I just don't expect to get much use out of it before it totally dies.  I really wanted to put more info in this review but, the word limitations prevented that so, if anyone has any questions feel free to ask!
  • 2BudZ
    It looks great...wish it was designed better Sad face
  • Oggins
    Hi 2BudZ! Yeah, this one does look good and I was so excited to be getting it! Then I wasn't excited anymore, lol!

    It really does look good but that's about all it did for us. It's too bad really because it's got a lot of potential! Maybe the manufacturer will give it a much needed redesign!? Winking
  • 2BudZ
    LoL...we hear that Oggins! Hopefully, they will take it beack to the ole drawing board. We agree, could be a great toy.
  • ~LaUr3n~
    Weird looking toy. Good review!
  • Oggins
    Thanks Lauren. Yeah, this one is a bit of a strange looker for sure! Thanks for the comment.
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