Thursday, January 21, 2010

You're not so sweet!

  As this was my first sex toy, not just from Eden Fantasys, but from anywhere period, and I really didn't know what to look for in a toy, or what to expect from it. Now that I have a couple of other toys, I see how this was a great choice for first timers who have read over a review or two on the product, but not so much for more experienced users looking for a toy to  pleasure them.

   I used a water based lube with it, but a silicone based lube is also safe. It is jelly and absorbs nearly anything into the pores so wash it with warm water and a good toy cleaner. It cannot be completely sanitized so if sharing it, I highly suggest using a condom. This toy has a spiral rib design that covers it entirely, and there is a widened spoon shaped tip that is designed for g-spot stimulation and this causes a little bit more focus on the cleaning of it, but  they are larger ribs so it's not too difficult. When you are finished cleaning it, you should store it in a bag separate from your other toys.
I fell in love with this toy as soon as I got it. It was my first and it was thrilled to have it. I used it nearly every night for two weeks. I was constantly buying AAA batteries because they didn't last but a couple of sessions before they were dead. Boo. I loved the clitoral stimulator,it had pretty powerful vibrations; and then the way I could control which way the slender shaft rotated on the g-spot was a pretty neat idea too. It has three different speeds for the vibration and three for the rotation, which of course would be low, medium and high. The vibrations are nice, but the rotating piece wasn't very strong. The control pad is located on the front, at the base of the product which is nearly perfect for the 'at arms' reach you have.

  I thought I was hot shit with this baby.   I could control everything on this pretty jelly....until it quit and broke about two months after I got it. The rotating shaft quit rotating, although I didn't actually use that function that often but it was kind of disappointing because about the time I was learning my body, it quit. I tried using it, and when I applied the tiniest bit of pressure, it would stop turning, then it just quit trying all together. Beautiful? I think not!

Not long after that, the seam where the bullet for clit stimulation is located, ripped apart like it was nothing. It was a sad time for me as it was my only toy. *tear* I had taken a shower with it, seeing as how it's waterproof, for an attempted orgasm, then about the time I turned it on, and slightly pressed it in and against my clit, rrriiiiiipp. All the way down until there was only the wires and a piece of jelly hanging on. As I figured out, it's not made to thrust, and it isn't sturdy enough to do so either, but how was I to know? I quickly turned off the shower because of the revealing wires and threw it out onto the duck carpet in my niece and nephew's bathroom. Fantastic. This made my day.(complete sarcasm) I simply turned the shower back on, and done what I needed to do the old fashioned way. It was way better.

Onto more details of the $40 toy that wasn't worth the investment for me; the base is long enough for single play, but it can of course be used with a  partner. It's not made for thrusting, and from what I can tell now as an experienced user, it would only need slight movement to pleasure one so it may not be any fun for a partner. I would recommend checking into some other vibrators or something else to your likings. Just my personal opinion.

I would have taken pictures of it to post on here, but I didn't know about this review program or any of the other stuff I could have done so I just threw it away when it broke. My apologies. That was nearly a year ago so there ya have it. I'm done I think. If I missed anything, or if you need to know anything else, just comment and ask. =)