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Pure Aluminium Medium Pink Vibrator.


Sex Toy Reviews for Experimental Fuckers #12

Pure Aluminium Medium Pink Vibrator

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In my Icicles No. 14 review, I talked about glass as a safe, versatile, beautiful sex toy material. Pipedream‘s Pure Aluminium line offers metal vibrators in a variety of colors, sizes, and shapes. Pipedream kindly sent me their pink Pure Aluminium vibrator in the medium size in exchange for my honest review. Unfortunately, the first one I received didn’t work, but Sabrina sent me a replacement.

     First, I want to talk about how the colors of these vibrators seem to determine their textures. Pure Aluminium vibrators are available in six colors: pink, blue, purple, black, silver, and gold. Regardless of size, the silver vibes in this line provide the least texture with their dead-straight bodies that have no curves, bulbs, ridges, or bumps. For a bit of texture that’s not overwhelming, the purple and gold vibrators take texture one step further. The purple vibes offer long, gradual curves, and the medium purple has a spherical bulb at the tip. The gold vibes have straight ridges around the shafts of their bodies and more pointed tips. For increased texture, choose a pink or black vibrator. The pink and black vibes have similar shapes, and both offer rounded ridges and bulbs of various sizes. For example, the small black has a larger bulb that makes it look much like a butt plug¹, and the medium pink – the vibrator I have – has a more realistic head. I would have a difficult time choosing between the pink and black vibrators because they’re so similar. I’d have to think hard about whether I’d prefer the larger ridges in the middle of the large black’s shaft or the fatter bulbs of the large pink. The blue vibrators provide the most texture by far. All three sizes have close, rounded ribs along the lengths of the vibrators’ bodies.

     Similarly, the vibrators’ sizes determine their exact shapes. Basically, I can tell that there’s a relationship between the pink vibrator in all three sizes – small, medium, and large. They’re related and offer the same general textural features. The differences are in the lengths and girths of the bulbs as well as where they’re located along the vibrators’ shafts. Overall, Pipedream’s Pure Aluminium line offers a lot of variety when it comes to color, size, and texture.

     People who are familiar with Pipedream’s packaging will recognize the Pure Aluminium medium pink vibrator as a Pipedream sex toy. As with Icicles No. 14, this toy arrives in a box with a magnetic flap on the front that has a satiny ribbon for a handle and opens to reveal the toy through a clear window. Thick foam – black instead of white – encases the toy and keeps it safe during transit. There are no models on the box, but the package shows pictures of the toy from various angles, which makes the packaging less discreet than it could be because it’s obvious what’s in the box. The sides of this box are metallic pink and match the vibrator inside.

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     I kept the box to store the toy between uses because it doesn’t come with a storage pouch. However, the Pure Aluminium medium pink vibrator doesn’t really need a storage pouch because the material doesn’t collect dust, lint, or other debris. It’s also strong and unlikely to break, even if I drop it.

     Aluminium is the most abundant metal on Earth. It’s body safe because it’s nonporous and resistant to corrosion, which means that it’s easy to clean with a nonabrasive soap and water and won’t rust. It’s a low-density material, so this sex toy is lighter than a stainless steel toy but still has all of the benefits of metal as a sex toy material. For example, metal sex toys are excellent for temperature play because they get very cold and very hot and hold body temperature well. Aluminium is latex- and phthalate-free. Pure Aluminium vibrators are compatible with any type of lubricant, and a small amount of lube goes a long way because these toys are mirror smooth and don’t absorb lube.

     The Pure Aluminium medium pink vibrator is very pretty indeed. I love the vibrant, metallic colors of the Pure Aluminium line. This vibe uses two AAA batteries².

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     It has three speeds and no patterns. There’s only one button, so it’s easy to use, but the only way to turn off the vibrator is by using the one button to cycle through the speeds.

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     The low and medium speed settings are on the rumblier side. The high setting feels buzzier than the other two but isn’t so buzzy that it makes my hand itch or numbs my fingers, even with my Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The medium pink vibrator measures between 6-6.5″ in length and 4″ around at the widest part of the bulbs.

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     The large bulbs of the medium pink vibrator provide gentle texture. Because the bulbs are the same size (excluding the realistic head) and evenly spaced, this vibrator makes me think of anal beads³. I tend to enjoy constant vibration externally and patterns internally, so I use this vibrator externally more. My favorite way to use this vibrator is to hold it by the end with the button with the realistic head pointing toward my vaginal opening and slide the length of the vibe up and down between my labia and over my clitoris. With the vibration turned on, the bulges and dips of the shape sort of feel like a pattern. I love the wet sound that lube and air make in the specific friction of this vibrator’s shape. I’ve had some satisfying clitoral orgasms while using this vibrator. The vibration is pretty strong internally. The aluminium transfers vibration well. The only minor negative aspect of using the vibe internally is loss of texture sensation with stronger vibration. In other words, the texture becomes less noticeable as the vibration gets stronger. I remedied the loss of texture sensation by squeezing the vibrator while it was inside me. The medium speed setting is my favorite because it’s the stronger of the two rumblier speeds, and even the high speed setting is super quiet. I couldn’t hear the vibrator over the TV at normal volume. This vibrator is nearly silent. There’s a clear ring that makes it waterproof.

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     Soak it in a bowl of cool water (instead of putting it in the freezer) or warm water for temperature play. I recommend using the refrigerator instead of the freezer for safety reasons. Don’t insert a frozen sex toy. To warm Pure Aluminium vibrators, wrap the toy in a hot towel or just hold it for a few minutes. The metal is slippery when lubricated but not as slippery as glass, so the vibrator doesn’t become so slippery that it’s difficult to hold. I had Liquid Silk on the vibrator, my fingers, my vulva, and in my pubic hair and still didn’t lose my grip on the vibrator because there’s a ridge where the cap screws on. It’s also easy to clean using toy cleaner or a wet wipe or a 10% bleach solution. Because Pure Aluminium vibrators have motors, don’t put these toys in the dishwasher or boil them to clean them.

     Overall, the medium vibrators from Pipedream‘s Pure Aluminium line are great metal sex toys for beginners. They have three speeds with two settings that are rumblier and one setting that’s buzzier, so someone who’s new to vibrators in general has the opportunity to feel the difference in one toy. They’re body safe and easy to clean because they’re waterproof. The Pure Aluminium line provides a range of texture options, so someone who has never explored texture has the opportunity to find out whether or not they like texture and how much. I’d love to try a purple, black, or gold Pure Aluminium vibrator because I like texture. The silver vibrators offer no texture at all while the texture of the blue vibrators is too intense for me. Plus, buying a toy from the Pure Aluminium line costs around $50 (or less), which I think is definitely reasonable for a vibrating metal sex toy that’s waterproof. (Hint: Buy from Bondara in the UK or PinkCherry or SheVibe in the U.S. instead of Amazon.)

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Pros:

  • The Pure Aluminium line provides a range of colors, sizes, shapes, and textures that allow even beginners to choose a metal vibrator that’s right for them.
  • Aluminium is an abundant metal that’s perfect for making sex toys. Aluminium sex toys are body safe, nonporous, latex- and phthalate-free, and resistant to corrosion. Plus, aluminium is low-density, so aluminium toys are lighter than stainless steel toys.
  • Metal toys are great for temperature play.
  • This vibrator is compatible with any type of lubricant.
  • This vibrator has two rumblier vibration settings. The vibration is strong internally.
  • The medium pink vibrator has a realistic head.
  • The texture of the medium pink vibrator is noticeable and makes me think of anal beads but isn’t overwhelming.
  • It’s easy to use because there’s only one button.
  • Even on its high speed setting, this vibrator is nearly silent.
  • It’s easy to clean because it’s waterproof.

Cons:

  • Like Icicles toys, Pure Aluminium vibrators don’t come with storage pouches.
  • Medium Pure Aluminium vibes aren’t rechargeable and run on AAA batteries, but I’m glad they’re not watch batteries.
  • Clean Pure Aluminium vibrators using a nonabrasive soap.
  • Pure Aluminium vibrators offer no patterns.
  • The high speed setting is both the strongest and the buzziest.
  • I have to cycle through the speeds to turn off the vibrator.
  • Pure Aluminium vibrators aren’t safe for anal use.
  • Stronger vibration means loss of texture sensation internally.

Rating:  8.5/10

¹I would not recommend any of the Pure Aluminium vibrators for anal insertion. While a few have shapes that are similar to butt plugs, none of them have bases to prevent them from slipping all the way inside the body and getting lost.

²The small Pure Aluminium vibrators run on watch batteries, and the large Pure Aluminium vibrators run on AA batteries. I cannot recommend buying anything smaller than a medium Pure Aluminium vibrator.

³Again, do not use Pure Aluminium vibrators anally.

Icicles No. 14.


Sex Toy Reviews for Experimental Fuckers #10

Icicles No. 14

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Pipedream‘s Icicles line of glass sex toys contains beautiful pieces. Glass is a wonderful sex toy material because it’s nonporous, hypoallergenic, compatible with any type of lubricant, easy to clean, and stronger than many people think it is. Many glass toys, including Icicles toys, are borosilicate glass, which is essentially Pyrex like the casserole dishes in my kitchen. Borosilicate glass is less dense than soda-lime glass, so toys made from borosilicate glass are likely less heavy than toys made from soda-lime glass. Fucking Sculptures toys are soda-lime glass. Glass toys are some of the best toys for temperature play because they become very cold and very hot. However, warm and cool soda-lime glass sex toys gradually. Be very careful when using glass toys for temperature play. To avoid injury, never freeze or boil glass toys immediately before use. Because glass is nonporous, sanitized glass sex toys are shareable. Clean glass sex toys by boiling them; wiping them down with sex toy cleaner, a wet wipe, or a 10% bleach solution; washing them with soap and water; or placing them on the top rack of the dishwasher without detergent. Although many people worry about glass sex toys breaking inside them, glass toys are actually very safe when properly taken care of. The vast majority of glass toys are solid. Be careful not to drop glass toys on a hard surface when using or cleaning them. For example, if a glass toy hits the sink during cleaning, it may crack or chip. If soda-lime glass warms or cools too quickly, the same thing might happen. Always inspect glass sex toys for damage before using them. If a glass toy shows damage like cracks or chips, don’t use it for safety reasons. When they are properly taken care of, glass sex toys can last forever.

     I bought Icicles No. 14, which is a “hand-blown” or “hand-crafted” glass toy, from eXtreme Restraints. eXtreme Restraints sells glass and steel dildos and has a small selection of Icicles toys. All Icicles toys have numbers rather than names, and there are more than 65 Icicles toys in the entire line, including realistic shapes and several glass vibrators as well as glass floggers and ball gags. Icicles No. 14 arrives in a box with a magnetic flap on the front. The flap has a satiny ribbon for a handle.

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     Underneath the flap, there is a window through which the toy shows. While there are no models on the box, there are pictures of the toy from several angles, so the packaging isn’t as discreet as it could be because it’s obvious what’s inside. This toy rests in a large block of white foam that keeps it safe in transit, and I store my Icicles No. 14 in the product box when I’m not using it.

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     Icicles No. 14 measures 5.5″ long from end to end with 3.25″ of insertable length. This toy is 5.5″ around at the bulb’s widest point with a neck that’s 3″ around and a handle that’s 2″ across.

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     Made of solid glass, this toy is everything its box says it is – elegant, luxurious, and sleek. The toy has a curve, which is great for G-spot stimulation. However, the curve of this toy isn’t as extreme as the curve of the njoy Pure Wand. Icicles No. 14 is completely seamless and incredibly slick when lubricated, so only a small amount of lube is necessary. This toy has a sizable handle, so it’s safe to use as a butt plug because it won’t get lost. In fact, I usually see Icicles No. 14 sold as a plug, even though it’s also a dildo. The only thing that surprised me was this toy’s size. My first impression was that Icicles No. 14 is quite large for a butt plug. I have a vibrating Doc Johnson butt plug that’s way smaller, and it isn’t made of solid, unforgiving glass. The photo below shows my Doc Johnson plug, Rocks-Off’s Little Cocky, and Icicles No. 14.

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     Icicles No. 14 is a substantial – but not all that heavy – toy, and I worried about anal penetration with it because of its size. The photo below provides a size comparison using common objects for people who don’t own the sex toys shown above.

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     I think this toy is great as a dildo for vaginal penetration. The box calls this toy a “hand blown glass massager,” and it doesn’t mention anal play at all, in fact. Icicles No. 14 is one of the most versatile toys I own, and I decided to start with vaginal penetration because of its size. I didn’t need to use lube because I was wet enough. Glass toys don’t tend to require much lube because the material is so smooth and doesn’t absorb lube. However, this toy is relatively girthy and gets thick fast, and I needed a few attempts to slip it inside me. I even had to spread my labia to insert it, but once this toy was inside me, it felt perfect. It fits my anatomy so well, and the hard glass provides a lovely feeling of fullness. The material doesn’t give at all, so it feels amazing to squeeze. The size of Icicles No. 14 is perfect for me to use as a dildo. The glass warms to my body temperature, and the heat feels very sexy. I love this toy’s large handle. I can fit three fingers through the handle, but only two fingers fit comfortably.

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     Not only does the handle make this toy safe to use anally, but also the toy’s curve puts the handle in a very important spot for me. With the toy inserted vaginally, I rubbed my clitoris in circles and noticed that my fingers tapped against the handle each time they came around the bottom of my clitoris. The light tapping on the handle moved the toy from side to side inside me, and the movement enhanced the pleasure I felt from touching my clitoris. I made a conscious effort to tap the handle with each circle I made over my clit.

     Although I have attempted to use this toy as a butt plug, I’ve never been able to insert it all the way. It’s just too large for me, and it’s definitely not for anal beginners. After warming up with my fingers, the Little Cocky, and a dildo, I tried to insert Icicles No. 14, and I slowly and gently pushed it almost all the way inside. I wasn’t able to fully overcome the wide bulb without feeling discomfort from the stretching, so I stopped and have accepted that I’ll likely never use this toy as a butt plug. However, as I said, I’m perfectly happy with the way Icicles No. 14 fills my vagina. It truly is a versatile toy, and I would still highly recommend it to anyone who’s looking for an inexpensive glass sex toy.

     Overall, Icicles No. 14 is simplistically beautiful, and I love holding it.

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     I can tell that some thought was given to the toy’s design. The handle is large, which makes the toy safe for anal insertion. It’s versatile and gender-neutral. Its size is fantastic for vaginal insertion, and the toy’s curve provides G-spot stimulation. However, this toy is large, so for people who are new to or inexperienced with anal play, I’d recommend something smaller that’s made from a less unforgiving material than glass. I love glass as a sex toy material, and this toy is a high-quality toy for a good price. To read more Icicles No. 14 reviews, visit Bean Fiddler, Sex Toy Geek, or Property Of Potter.

Pros:

  • Icicles No. 14 is borosilicate glass, so it’s nonporous, hypoallergenic, and easy to clean.
  • This toy is shareable.
  • Glass toys become very slick when lubricated, so a small amount of lube goes a long way with glass toys.
  • Glass is a great sex toy material because it’s strong, and this toy will last forever when properly cared for.
  • This toy in compatible with any type of lube.
  • Icicles No. 14, like all glass toys, is fantastic for temperature play, which adds novelty and dimension to sexual activities.
  • This toy is the perfect size for vaginal penetration. I feel slightly stretched and full when I use Icicles No. 14 as a dildo.
  • The toy’s curve provides G-spot stimulation.
  • Icicles No. 14 is one of the most versatile toys I own. Use it as a butt plug as well as a dildo.
  • For a glass toy, Icicles No. 14 isn’t expensive. I think a $25-35 price tag is definitely appropriate.

Cons:

  • The size of this toy may intimidate some people if they intend to use it as a butt plug. Its size makes it inappropriate for beginners.

Rating:  8.5/10

Little Cocky.


Sex Toy Reviews for Experimental Fuckers #7

Little Cocky

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The Little Cocky is my first Rocks-Off toy. This review is my first vibrator review because the Sqweel isn’t really a vibrator. While I wanted to try a toy from a company that’s new to me, I didn’t have the highest expectations because I’ve never been a huge bullet vibrator fan. I’m sure that’s probably a sin in some sex toy reviewers’ eyes because a bullet vibe is one of the most basic sex toys. Bullet vibes have a lot of great features. They’re typically small, which makes most of them discreet and/or easily disguised as other objects, such as lipstick, a loofah, or even a rubber duckie. They’re versatile for solo use or for use during sex with a partner. Anyone of any gender or body type can use a bullet vibrator. They’re typically very easy to use and often have only one button.

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     Bullets aren’t intimidating, which is why I recommend them for people who don’t have much or any experience with sex toys.

     The longer I review sex toys, the less interested in bullet vibrators I become. They’re underrated and even overlooked, and I admit that I don’t think especially highly of bullet vibrators in general. I need direct, moderate to strong clitoral stimulation with just the right amount of friction in order to achieve orgasm and haven’t really found a bullet that impresses me. It seems to me that bullet vibes often play a supporting role in people’s sex lives in a way that enhances partner sex. Many women who squirt say that they use a bullet vibrator in tandem with another – usually bigger or stronger – internal toy during masturbation sessions leading to female ejaculation. The bullet vibe is a sidekick that gives cock rings additional appeal. Bullets have taken a backseat in my sex life, but the Little Cocky is changing my mind. There might be more to bullet vibrators than I’ve come to expect. The Little Cocky has a lot to prove, but it also has a lot of potential. It’s a rising star in my sex toy collection.

     The Rocks-Off Little Cocky arrives in a relatively inconspicuous box that has no models on it. It’s not neon and doesn’t have the word “vibrator” plastered across its front, but the name of the toy is prominent. The package would be more discreet if not for the window through which the toy shows. The Little Cocky consists of their RO-80mm Bullet Vibrator, which is non-recycled ABS plastic, inside a platinum-cured silicone sleeve. Sanitize only the sleeve on the top rack of the dishwasher without detergent (if the dishwasher offers that option) or by boiling it. Even though both the sleeve and bullet are nonporous, the vibrator cannot be cleaned using these methods because it has a motor. However, it’s waterproof. Use soap and water, toy cleaner or a wet wipe, or a 10% bleach solution for a worry-free clean when it comes to the bullet.

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     The entire toy is body safe. This silicone is powder soft, and I think it’s absolutely sexy to touch. I don’t think I had ever felt silicone this soft before I received this toy. Even better is the fact that this toy isn’t a lint magnet. It did pick up cat hair when I laid it down on the bed to take pictures. However, I simply blew on the toy, and the hair came right off. The sleeve has a phallic shape with a slender tip, defined ridge about a third of the way down the toy’s length, an untextured shaft, and testicles. There’s a raised Rocks-Off heart logo on the right testicle, which is the perfect place for it because it’s not on the insertable part of the toy, so it isn’t noticeable during use.

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     The silicone is quite firm at both ends of the sleeve. The balls provide a place to hold the toy, and the rounded head makes vaginal or anal penetration easy. The silicone in the shaft of the sleeve is thinner and very flexible, but it takes some effort to insert and remove the bullet.

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     The Little Cocky is waterproof. A matching pink ring makes a seal when the bullet vibrator’s cap is on.

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     This toy comes with a nice drawstring storage pouch to keep it clean between uses (read: low-maintenance). It even comes with a registration number.

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     It’s not difficult to see why Rocks-Off has won so many awards. I received this vibrator as a prize in a goodie bag from a Vibrator Kingdom giveaway, and they sent me the pink Little Cocky, which has a pink RO-80mm bullet. The Little Cocky also comes in black.

     I think this toy’s shape is fantastic. I love the rounded head, and the ridge provides a lot of sensation and feels great popping in and out of my vagina. The balls create a large enough base that this small vibrator is safe to use as an anal plug¹. The bullet’s single button is easy to reach to cycle through the toy’s settings. I like its size. At first, I thought it was small. However, the shape is comfortable to hold, which makes the toy easy to control, so its size really doesn’t matter. Unlike the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker, this toy is very ergonomic. Rocks-Off says, “It’s not the size, it’s how you use it!” Well, they’re right. I know there are size queens who would disagree with Rocks-Off and me, and the Little Cocky isn’t big enough for everyone, but I found it surprisingly powerful with a satisfying variety of patterns. This RO-80mm bullet isn’t the single speed version. This one has seven settings – advertised as seven speeds, which isn’t exactly accurate. The only pattern with more than one speed option is the constant vibration pattern. Of this toy’s seven settings, the first three provide constant vibration at low, medium, and high speeds. The fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh settings provide four additional patterns of vibration. For me, the constant vibration settings are perfect for clitoral stimulation while the pulsating patterns feel best internally. My favorite setting is the sixth one, which vibrates in a teasingly repeating wavelike pattern that increases in strength over the course of about a second and a half. My only criticism of the Little Cocky is that its vibrations are more buzzy than rumbly, even though this toy is relatively powerful compared with other bullet vibrators I’ve used. I have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and the Little Cocky’s vibrations sometimes numb my hand during masturbation. One of the best things about the Little Cocky is how quiet it is. I’ve even used it to masturbate while I was laying in bed next to my sleeping fiancé², and it didn’t disturb his slumber.

     For a good toy, I don’t mind buying batteries (except watch batteries). This toy might become my go-to bullet vibrator, so its battery life mustn’t disappoint me. The Little Cocky’s battery life is definitely reasonable. I’d say that I used it probably six or eight times before the N (LR1) DC 1.5v battery started to die and I noticed decreased power. The Little Cocky’s battery looks a little like a AAA battery, but it’s shorter.

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On the back of the box next to the bar code, there’s a battery expiration date.

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     Rocks-Off assures that their customers get the best possible experience, and this date allows retailers to remove products with old batteries from the shelf before they’re sold. I would hate to receive a toy with batteries included and find out that it’s dead on arrival. I would love to get the RO-80mm Rechargeable Bullet Vibrator, and I think buying a USB rechargeable version of this bullet that comes in a discreet beauty compact would be a good investment. I would even go so far as to suggest selling the Little Cocky with the rechargeable bullet vibe for 40-50 GBP ($65-85). In that price range, its competitors would include the LELO MIA 2 and the We-Vibe Tango.

     I admit that I have a pretty big crush on the Little Cocky. I love its phallic shape and the variety of patterns it offers. I’m looking forward to upgrading it with a rechargeable version of the RO-80mm bullet. From the quality of the materials to the low-maintenance waterproof design to the customer care behind Rocks-Off’s products, the Little Cocky is such a solid toy. It’s strong enough to get me off when I’m too lazy to plug in my (Hitachi) Magic Wand, and I kept it tucked inside my pillowcase while I was reviewing it.

Pros:

  • The Little Cocky is 100% body safe.
  • I can sanitize the silicone sleeve.
  • This silicone is wonderfully powder soft.
  • This toy has a phallic shape that’s also ergonomic.
  • It’s waterproof.
  • Anyone can use a bullet vibrator, so it’s a great toy for people who don’t have much or any experience with sex toys because it’s low-maintenance and easy to use.
  • The Little Cocky has seven settings that include constant vibration at low, medium, and high speeds and four additional patterns of vibration.
  • This toy is incredibly quiet.
  • The toy arrives with a battery, so it’s immediately functional.
  • The Little Cocky’s battery life is reasonable, and the battery expiration date ensures the best possible experience.
  • Buy the RO-80mm Rechargeable Bullet Vibrator to upgrade the Little Cocky.
  • This toy comes with a registration number, and Rocks-Off’s customer care is excellent.

Cons:

  • I’d like additional color options.
  • I recommend using only water-based lubricants with this toy.
  • The Little Cocky’s vibrations are on the buzzy side and sometimes numb my hand.
  • I’d love to see Rocks-Off sell this toy with the RO-80mm Rechargeable Bullet Vibrator in the first place, which I believe could be done within a reasonable price range that allows the Little Cocky to compete with the LELO MIA 2 and the We-Vibe Tango.

Rating:  8.5/10

¹After using this toy anally, I did notice that the silicone sleeve retained a smell. However, I boiled the sleeve, and the smell disappeared.

²Yes, for the purpose of writing this review. Don’t judge me!

Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker.


Sex Toy Reviews for Experimental Fuckers #5

Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker

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The Adam & Eve Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker (which Handmaiden simply calls the Seeker) is a non-vibrating dildo. Adam & Eve sent me this toy during my time as a Brand Champion on Sex Forums in exchange for an honest review. The Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker arrived in a clear package but now comes in a tin box like the original Sqweel. I’m glad the packaging changed because it wasn’t discreet at all. This toy comes with a satiny storage pouch that should protect the dildo from collecting hair and dust, which it does very easily if left out or simply tossed in a drawer.

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     Because the toy collects debris so easily, I would highly recommend cleaning it both before and after each use. My fiancé and I have two cats, and the toy collecting debris is something we certainly deal with. I had barely removed the toy from the packaging to take pictures of it before there was already cat hair on it. It’s a real hair and dust magnet, so I’m going to have to wash it off before putting it away, and I didn’t even use it this time.

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     This dildo is available in only one color – a two-tone purple combination. It looks like the letter “C” and stimulates the vagina internally, especially the G-spot, while providing external clitoral stimulation. The longer arm of the toy is the insertable arm and goes into the vagina. The dildo curves so that the nubs on the inner side of the longer arm rub against the G-spot.

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     The external part of the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker (the shorter arm) provides nubs that stimulate the clitoris.

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     This toy is “ideal for the EXPERIENCED USER.” I believe that statement is accurate because I have a hard time using this toy and have plenty of experience with sex toys.

     This toy has an “ergonomic handy-grip” handle, which is held between the middle and ring fingers. The handle shows the Handmaiden logo.

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     When holding the dildo correctly, it should rest in the palm of the hand against the inside of the fingers.

     The handle should allow the user to “[r]each all your erogenous zones at once, with greater precision, ease and comfort.” I didn’t find this toy ergonomic, precise, easy, or comfortable to use. Thrust the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker into the vagina using the motion of the whole hand and wrist. I haven’t gotten the hang of holding this toy the intended way. I suffer from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, so this toy is difficult for me to use. Holding it the intended way fatigues my hand and wrist, which doesn’t allow me to use this toy for longer periods of time. I like the idea of the handle in theory. I honestly think it’s a good idea, but this design makes the handle uncomfortable and awkward, and I don’t think it’s big enough on the inside of my fingers to stay in place. I don’t have enough strength in my middle and ring fingers to squeeze hard enough to hold the toy, and I’d like more control over the toy’s movement. Just trying to hold it using my middle and ring fingers to take pictures is awkward, so inserting the toy and attempting to thrust with it is next to impossible.

     Handmaiden states that the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker has 4″ of insertable length. I found (using a tape measure) that the insertable arm is about 6″ long from handle to tip along the outside curve of the arm, and only about 3.5-4″ of its entire available length is insertable. I measured the insertable length along the inside seam of the arm from the tip to the middle of the curve. The longer arm is almost 5″ around (girth) at the widest point, but I’ve never been able to insert the arm that far.

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     This toy is waterproof and needs no batteries. It has no moving parts and doesn’t vibrate.

     My first impression of the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker was that it was smaller than I had imagined it would be. However, I was actually glad that it’s smaller in length because the toy is rather girthy and thick. Besides, stimulating the G-Spot doesn’t require much length as the G-spot is only a few inches inside the vagina. I had a difficult time inserting the dildo all the way, and the silicone is so stiff! Even with a handle, this toy is hard for me to control, and I couldn’t really hit the right spots. I tried using it laying on my back in bed, sitting on the side of the tub with both legs outside the tub, and riding it with a pillow underneath me. I needed both hands to stretch the “C” open and insert the longer arm into my vagina, and once inserted, the toy kept popping out. I remember thinking that I shouldn’t have to work so hard to get off. Lube is a must with this toy because it’s silicone, but the caveat is that lube makes the silicone very slippery and even more difficult to control. The Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker’s silicone is a nonporous material, so it doesn’t absorb lube. Keep lube away from the handle.

     At first, I thought the handle was an ingenious idea. However, it doesn’t make the toy any easier to hold or operate. Unless I’m squeezing my middle and ring fingers together hard to hold the toy in place while I thrust, it’s going to move around, and I found it difficult to keep the toy where I wanted it and to keep it from popping out of me and repeatedly struggled to reinsert it. The problem is that the handle is too thin and flimsy and bends more easily than the toy. I have a feeling that the issue of control could be solved if the body of the toy was a bit more flexible. I also believe the thinness of the handle has something to do with the lack of control. The handle could probably even be made into a round shape that could be held more easily instead of a thin shape that fits between the fingers. It’s just awkward. I can’t think of a better word to describe it. I don’t know of any other sex toy – or any other object, for that matter – that is held the same way as the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker.

     This toy is flexible but not flexible enough. It’s made of 100% medical grade, phthalate-free silicone, which is nonporous, so I can sanitize it. It’s soft and silky to the touch and very slippery when lubricated. The Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker doesn’t follow my body’s natural contours and is uncomfortable – even slightly painful – to use. The silicone is sturdy, but I cannot see using this toy in an energetic way. Hard or fast thrusting with the dildo seems like it would be unpleasant. I have found that riding the toy works a bit better than trying to hold the handle between my fingers. I was most successful when I knelt on the bed with a pillow folded in half between my knees and the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker nestled in the pillow so that I could lower myself onto it, positioning it inside me with both hands. The clitoral stimulator does not rub against my clitoris but provides more of a poking, pinpoint pressure that also feels uncomfortable. I usually can barely get the two nubs on the insertable arm inside me while the tip of the external arm stabs against my clit, and most of the nubs don’t come close enough to touch it. I demonstrated using my fiancé’s Fleshlight.

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     Yes, the silicone is that stiff. I need both hands to bend this toy.

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     I like enough girth for a little stretch, but the rigidity of the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker provides too much internal pressure. Believe it or not, I did reach orgasm relatively quickly this way while playing with my nipples. However, I was not using the toy as prescribed. This dildo is definitely a toy for advanced sex toy users.

     There are three other versions of this toy: the Silicone Handmaiden Anal Dong (also called the Slim) in light blue, the Silicone Handmaiden Dong (called The Original on the packaging in the picture below) in pink, and the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Thrill (also simply called the Thrill) in two-tone blue.

     The Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker has the shortest insertable length, and the Thrill is the longest. Handmaiden sold all four versions for $50 each, but Adam & Eve was selling the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker for around $35 when they sent me one. I think that’s a reasonable price for this toy based on the fact that it’s made of silicone, a quality sex toy material, but doesn’t perform well. I have to say that the nubs and handle are both good ideas in theory but aren’t effective. I like silicone toys in general, but the lack of flexibility and control ruin the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker for me. I’m sure this toy is someone’s cup of tea, but it isn’t mine. Sex Toy Geek wrote a more positive review at first but later followed up by saying that she hadn’t touched this toy since she reviewed it. The Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker ended up on her Swap List. I swapped mine with a woman who sent me the Aneros Evi in exchange.

Cleaning and care tip:

     The Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker will not collect bacteria when properly washed and cared for. Because this toy is waterproof, it is easy to clean using soap and water. Boil this 100% silicone dildo to sanitize it. Another option is wiping it down with toy cleaner, a wet wipe, or a 10% bleach solution. Allow the dildo to air dry as using a towel will leave lint behind. Always store the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker in the satiny storage pouch when the toy is not in use.

     Lube is a must with this toy. However, because it is silicone, silicone-based lubes are not recommended. Unfortunately, silicone-based lubes can degrade or damage silicone sex toys. Use a water-based lubricant with this dildo.

Pros:

  • It’s made of 100% medical grade silicone, which is easy to keep clean, slick when lubricated, and nonporous. Silicone can also be chilled or warmed for temperature play.
  • It’s phthalate- and latex-free.
  • It’s hypoallergenic (except for the cat hair that inevitably clings to it).
  • Clean the Silicone Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker with soap and water, on the top rack of the dishwasher without detergent, by boiling it, or using a 10% bleach solution.
  • Once it’s sanitized, this toy is safe to share.
  • Batteries aren’t required.
  • This toy is waterproof for use in the tub or shower.
  • There are three other versions of this dildo.
  • It comes with a satiny drawstring storage pouch to protect the toy from collecting debris.
  • The nubs on both arms stimulate the G-spot and clitoris at the same time.

Cons:

  • It’s flexible but not flexible enough, which can make it uncomfortable or even slightly painful to use.
  • While silicone is one of my favorite sex toy materials, it’s not appropriate to use silicone-based lubricants with this toy.
  • It collects debris very easily, so I highly recommend washing this toy both before and after each use.
  • Even with the handle, this dildo is difficult to control, which means that it might not provide consistent stimulation. I think redesigning the handle would improve this toy.

     If flexibility is problematic, if hand strength is lacking, if the vagina is especially tight, or if the G-spot is harder to reach, then this toy probably will not provide as much pleasure as expected.

Rating:  4.5/10

Metal Worx Magnetic Nipple Clamps.


Sex Toy Reviews for Experimental Fuckers #4

Metal Worx Magnetic Nipple Clamps

This review contains affiliate links and photos that are not safe for work (NSFW).

My first pair of nipple clamps is from Pipedream‘s Metal Worx line. This toy arrives in a small, hard case that I think is pretty classy. There are sticker labels on the top and bottom of the case, so it’s obvious what’s inside, but there are no models on the packaging, and the labels are easy to remove for the sake of discretion. A logo image appears on the lid of the case underneath the sticker label.

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     The closure is solid, easy to operate, isn’t loose and doesn’t wiggle, and definitely is strong enough to hold the case closed. The metal accents give the case an industrial look.

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     The case contains a removable block of foam with two cutouts that hold the nipple clamps. Cutting down the foam would create a space for storing other small objects – additional pairs of nipple clamps, for example. Because I have only one pair, I’m storing extra batteries underneath the foam.

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     Metal Worx Magnetic Nipple Clamps are attractive in silver and feature four clear or white decorative crystals to provide some sparkle. At this point, I have minor concerns. First, I’m not certain about the material. Pipedream lists the material as “Steel,” which I don’t doubt is possible. I’m not an expert and don’t know how to test the material to determine that it’s steel. The clamps do jingle with a metallic sound. They don’t feel as heavy as I imagined they would. However, they are small, and I have to say that the clamps feel heavier when I’m wearing them. I don’t know why. Perhaps the additional perceived weight is a result of my nipple sensitivity, the small surface area of my nipples, the size of my breasts, or the pull of gravity. I have no idea and can only guess. The magnets attract only to themselves, so if these nipple clamps are steel, then they might be made of stainless steel, and I can’t test the material based on magnetism alone because some stainless steels aren’t magnetic. A friend of mine has a nickel allergy. She even covers the back of her watch because it irritates her skin. She’s careful that jewelry she wears is not plated because plated metals might cause her to experience an allergic skin reaction. I’ve noticed that my nipple clamps scratch very easily (and after only a handful of uses).

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     I’ve also noticed that there was some kind of film peeling off near the crystals, but the surface underneath isn’t damaged, so I think it’s just residual glue. I’m going to take Pipedream’s word for it that the material is steel. My fiancé assures me that they’re made of steel, and he would know better than I do, so I’ll trust his judgement as well. Overall, however, I would recommend doing some research before buying Metal Worx Magnetic Nipple Clamps. I don’t know if I can recommend these clamps for everyone because I believe there’s a chance that they’re plated. Although I have very sensitive skin, I have not experienced any skin irritation as a result of wearing these clamps, but someone even more sensitive than me – like my allergic friend – might. If these clamps cause skin irritation, discontinue wearing them.

     My second complaint about Metal Worx Magnetic Nipple Clamps is purely cosmetic. I don’t like the lack of sparkle in the decorative crystals. They don’t catch the light and glisten enough.

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     I would love to see Pipedream use Swarovski Elements crystals instead, but I know these clamps would cost more if they did.

     I wanted to try these nipple clamps first because I thought that a pair of magnetic clamps would be gentle and easy for a beginner to use. Metal Worx Magnetic Nipple Clamps are gentle. In fact, I’d recommend wearing them for a short period of time to get the best results. I like to wear them during sex or masturbation essentially for an entire session of about 20-30 minutes. They don’t pinch much at first, but after a few minutes, I start to feel increased sensitivity and pressure. After only about five minutes, I start to notice how hard the clamps keep my nipples. After about ten minutes, I begin to feel the pinch. My nipples are slightly darker at this point, but there isn’t a significant change in color yet. As I approach 25 minutes, the clamps really are pinching now. My nipples are noticeably darker with purplish areas. The clamps continue to pinch and actually squeeze tightly enough to leave small indentations in the sides of my nipples after I take them off. I was curious to see how long I could wear the clamps and recently tested my limits. My longest experience wearing them was about 45 minutes, which I think is a bit too long for me. By the time I took the clamps off, the pinch was definitely painful, and I had purple areas on my nipples. I still recommend them for beginners because the pinch increases gradually, and it took all that time to become too uncomfortable for me to continue wearing them. They always eventually become too painful, so I can’t wear them all day, but they definitely work. After I removed the clamps, the pinch continued to last for several minutes during which my nipples stayed erect and sensitive.

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     These clamps are slightly fiddly. They definitely take two hands to put on in order to keep the magnets apart. If a clamp prematurely snaps shut and catches the tip of a nipple, it’s a bit painful like when my fiancé bites them too hard. It’s easier for me to put on these clamps myself instead of having my fiancé put them on me.

     We even tried using these nipple clamps for temperature play. I put the clamps in the refrigerator for a while and told my fiancé that there was a surprise for him in the fridge. They were definitely cold to the touch at first, but they didn’t hold that temperature, which was disappointing. The only noticeable sensation before long was the gradually increasing pinch.

     Metal Worx Magnetic Nipple Clamps will work best for people who have more protruding nipples. Ideally, the nipple should poke all the way through the ring.

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     I have large breasts that bounce around during sex, and even with somewhat protruding nipples while wearing the clamps properly, the bouncing drove the clamps closer to the tips of my nipples, and they slipped off. The magnets snapped shut with a sharp pinch that left a small, red dot about the size of a pencil point on the tip of my nipple for a couple of days. It didn’t hurt for more than a few minutes.

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     I bought my nipple clamps at a Black Friday sale price from PinkCherry, but they’re worth SheVibe‘s $32.99 price tag.

     Finally, I have to say that – in spite of my rating – I like my Metal Worx Magnetic Nipple Clamps. They ended up being a good buy, and I’m glad I shopped around for the best price and waited for a sale. I like the price I paid for what I received, the magnets are strong enough, and the clamps work as described and expected. I’m happy with them. I can’t recommend Metal Worx Magnetic Nipple Clamps for everyone because they won’t work for every body type.

Pros:

  • Metal Worx Magnetic Nipple Clamps are attractive silver clamps with decorative crystals.
  • The hard storage case is strong, classy, and discreet with the product stickers removed.
  • These clamps genuinely are a good choice for beginners because they don’t provide a strong initial pinch and are best worn for a short period of time during which the pinch slowly builds.
  • These nipple clamps are worth a $25-35 price tag.
  • Use these nipple clamps for temperature play.

Cons:

  • I’m not positive that these nipple clamps are steel.  They might be plated, so sensitive and potentially allergic people may experience skin irritation.
  • The decorative crystals aren’t very glamorous.
  • Metal Worx Magnetic Nipple Clamps are a bit fiddly and take two hands to put on so that the magnets don’t snap shut prematurely.
  • People who have less protruding nipples may have trouble wearing these clamps.
  • If a clamp slips off, it sharply pinches the tip of the nipple.
  • Temperature play isn’t highly effective because the clamps don’t hold the temperature.

Rating:  7.5/10

Sqweel.


Sex Toy Reviews for Experimental Fuckers #3

Sqweel

This review contains affiliate links.

The Lovehoney Sqweel is a unique sex toy created as the result of a competition and designed to simulate oral sex, especially cunnilingus. It has ten TPR (thermoplastic rubber) silicone¹ tongues on a wheel that spins inside a large, plastic housing. To be clear, these tongues are not 100% silicone, and it’s likely that this material is porous. I recommend using only water-based lubricants with this toy. I have not tried any silicone-based lubes with the Sqweel because I don’t want to risk the material degrading and my toy being ruined. Each tongue is about an inch wide, and the plastic housing is about 5″ long. The entire toy is the size of my palm and then some.

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     Three AAA batteries power this toy. They drive the motor, which spins the wheel of tongues in a lapping or flicking motion. There are three speed settings – low, medium, and high.

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     One of the Sqweel’s downfalls is how noisy it is. Even on its lowest speed setting, it produces a high-pitched whine. The medium setting is louder. The highest setting is even louder. I would compare the noise level of the high setting to a cordless drill with a dying battery. The whine isn’t as piercing as a dentist’s drill, and it’s a slightly grinding sound. This toy is not discreet.

     The Sqweel sells with vibrators, but I wouldn’t call this toy a vibrator as it doesn’t really vibrate. When I think of a vibrator, I imagine the buzzing sensation (whether shallow and surface-level or deep and rumbly) that it provides. The Sqweel doesn’t buzz; it licks and flicks.

     This toy arrives in a hinged metal box that I use to store my Sqweel when it’s not in use. A thin cardboard sleeve showing a close-up picture of the Sqweel’s tongues wraps around the metal box. Even though the picture might not give away what’s inside the box because this toy doesn’t really look like a sex toy, the tagline “A revolution in orgasms!” appears on the front of the package, so it’s not as discreet as it could be, but there are no models on the packaging. There’s a small Owner’s Guide that explains how to use and clean the toy.

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     A variety of accessories is available for this toy (sold separately). There are three different wheels called Sqweelers that replace the original ten-tongued wheel. The Pearl Sqweeler is the firmest of the three. Little ticklers line the outer edges and stimulate the labia, and raised bumps that stimulate the clitoris line the middle of the wheel.

     The Wave Sqweeler has slim tongues on the inner part of the wheel. Instead of ticklers on the outer edges, there are flat, wavy flaps that hug the sides of the clitoris while the miniature tongues lick.

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     The Tingle Sqweeler is the softest of the three. This wheel has a wavy flap on one outer edge and dozens of tiny ticklers that flick the skin all over. It provides the most gentle stimulation of the three Sqweelers.

     Finally, there’s the Sqweevee, a ring and flexible case that holds the Sqweel. The ring attaches the Sqweel to most vibrators. The ring wouldn’t fit around the large, padded head of the (Hitachi) Magic Wand, and it’s best suited for long, slim vibrators that have a more phallic shape. Lovehoney recommends using this accessory “with vibrators measuring between 3-3.5″ in circumference.” For more of a buzz (like I said, the Sqweel doesn’t really vibrate) or for penetration with simultaneous clitoral stimulation, use the Sqweel plus a long, slim vibe or dildo plus the Sqweevee.

     I’ve never tried any of the Sqweel’s accessories personally, so I can’t comment on their effectiveness or rate them. I also haven’t tried the Sqweel 2, which is the current version of this toy. Lovehoney discontinued the original Sqweel and replaced it with the update. The latest addition to the Sqweel line is the Sqweel Go, a travel version of the standard Sqweel design that’s available in pink, purple, and white.

     While I can’t compare the Sqweel and Sqweel 2, I can say that I’d expect that the current version is an upgrade. The Sqweel 2’s tongues are 100% silicone. It boasts 30% more power, which is definitely something I desire from my original. When my batteries aren’t fully charged, I actually lose the low speed setting completely. The medium setting is significantly weakened, and the high setting becomes the only useful one. The batteries don’t last nearly long enough. My original Sqweel lasts 20-30 minutes before it dies, so it’s a race to reach orgasm before that happens. Another potentially cool Sqweel 2 feature is a mode that reverses the direction in which the tongues spin. The Sqweel 2 doesn’t have any additional speed settings, but there are three modes, including something called a “flicker function.” The Sqweel 2 has a glossy plastic housing instead of a matte one, and it comes in both black and white. I think the white version is kind of snazzy.

     Use lube with any of the three versions of the Sqweel to reduce drag. I find that I have to reapply lube when I use this toy. It’s quite a lube hog. Remember to use only water-based lubricants with this toy. Use a warming lube or soak the wheel in warm water before use for a more realistic sensation.

     I didn’t have trouble cleaning this toy. Just twist the side of the housing and take it apart. The wheel of tongues slips out and fits back inside in only one direction, so I couldn’t screw it up. I clean the plastic housing with soap and water. However, the Sqweel is not waterproof! Remove the batteries before cleaning and be careful not to get water inside the battery compartment. I dry the housing with a towel but allow the tongues to air dry so that they don’t collect lint. Replace the cap when the toy isn’t in use.

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     The way the Sqweel’s tongues felt against my labia and clitoris felt pleasing. On the low and medium speed settings with gentle stimulation, the tongues did feel a bit like the tip of a tongue teasingly lapping at me. On the high setting, the stimulation is too rough to feel like licking. Instead, the tongues are slapping against my clitoris, and it feels maybe more like a finger than a tongue. I prefer to use the Sqweel vertically. Use it horizontally for a different sensation. For additional novelty, use the Sqweel to stimulate the nipples, penis, or anus.

     This toy has a safety feature that sometimes prevents me from feeling enough pressure. When the Sqweel presses against the body, there’s a pressure point that will stop the wheel of tongues from moving. I require direct clitoral stimulation in order to reach orgasm, and I wish the pressure point for this feature was less sensitive.

Pros:

  • The Sqweel 2’s tongues are silicone.
  • There are three speed settings (low, medium, and high).  The Sqweel 2 also has three modes, including a “flicker function,” and the direction of the wheel is reversible.
  • The Sqweel 2 is 30% more powerful.
  • Both versions are easy to clean.
  • This toy is a unique oral sex simulator.
  • Use this toy to stimulate body parts other than the clitoris, which provides novelty.
  • The Sqweel 2 comes in both black and white, a choice the original doesn’t offer.
  • There’s a travel version of this toy called the Sqweel Go, which also comes in several colors.

Cons:

  • The battery life of the Sqweel is absolutely horrible.
  • This toy runs on three AAA batteries, which kind of sucks, but at least they aren’t watch batteries.
  • The Sqweel is noisy, so it’s not a discreet toy.
  • Neither version of this toy is waterproof.
  • Use only water-based lubricants with this toy and have lube handy because the Sqweel is a lube hog.
  • I would love a waterproof and rechargeable Sqweel for the price.
  • The pressure point stop safety feature ends up being a hindrance because it’s too sensitive.

Rating:  6/10

¹Lilly’s “‘TPR Silicone’ is a Myth” is an informative read.

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