The material of the vibrator itself is PVC, which is a 2 on the material safety scale. Not great. It's very porous and can retain bacteria but if you're the only person using it, it shouldn't be an issue. If you're sharing, better throw a condom or toy cover on it. The insertable part is smooth and has no bumps or texture. The clitoral stimulator is in the shape of a tongue and there are lips around the tongue. The lips have skin-like or lip-like impressions but they do not add any stimulation. The texture (or lack of) is basic and beginner appropriate. The control pad and bullets are made of hard plastic (8 on safety scale). The plastic parts have no odor or taste. The PVC part, however, has a chemical scent and taste. It has aired out a lot though and is not as bad. The PVC is also kind of sticky/ draggy and attracts a lot of lint.
The design of this toy is good. The insertable part is large enough to give you the feeling of fullness without being too much. The curved tip does stimulate the g-spot, though I orgasmed from clitoral stimulation before my g-spot was stimulated very much. The tongue clitoral stimulator is effective. This is not discreet at all and not great for travel. I would say, based on material and texture, that this is more geared toward beginners but I think anyone would enjoy it.
Measurements for this toy are:
5 1/2" from base to tip
1" tongue (clitoral stimulator)
3" base (wide)
The vibrations come from two large bullets that you insert in the base.
One goes directly behind the insertable part and one goes behind the tongue clitoral stimulator. The bullets are controlled independently by two sliding controls on the control pad.
They have three speeds each and do not change patterns, only intensity. The controls are easy to use, even with lubed up hands, which is important to me. It is not waterproof. The lowest setting is very quiet and as you turn the speed up, the bullets do get louder. The PVC toy absorbs a lot of the buzz-iness though. They are strong bullets and I enjoy them. The control pad feels a little cheaply made, but that's okay. It's holding up fine.
The PVC requires a thorough cleaning because it is so porous. Wash it with water and soap or a toy cleaner. Take the bullets out first. I would recommend letting it air dry too because if you use a towel to dry it, you'll have a lint covered vibrator. The bullets should be wiped off but probably not submerged. They have a seam in the middle and the power cord goes in one end, so you don't want moisture getting in there and messing with the mechanics of the vibes. I store the PVC part of this toy in a satin toy bag because of the lint issue and I keep the bullets and control pad in a little box with some other bullets. It is compatible with silicone and water based lubes.
The toy came in a cardboard box with two plastic bags inside, one with the PVC part and one with the bullets and control pad.
There is a long instruction sheet inside that shows how to insert batteries — but not for this toy. It shows battery patterns for 4 or 5 other toys though — if you find that useful. It has the same instructions in six languages.
The box is nothing to brag about; kind of tacky actually. It has a large photo of the vibrator and a drawing of a lady putting this toy in between her legs.
This box is going into the trash.