Category: Insertable Vibrators

Fun Factory Stronic Real self-thrusting pulsator review 1

Fun Factory Stronic Real self-thrusting pulsator review

Some sex toys are so good that I strug­gle to write more than, “This toy is amaz­ing. Buy it. You don’t need to read beyond this point, but I need…

Blush Novelties Gaia Eco review: $15 slimline vibrator 10

Blush Novelties Gaia Eco review: $15 slimline vibrator

I’m so infat­u­at­ed with this vibra­tor. The Blush Novelties Gaia Eco has the best vibra­tions you could get for under $15. Just buy it if you want some­thing pow­er­ful and…

This silicone vibrator is only $20!

Pink BOB Silicone Vibrating Dildo Review: body-safe sex toy under $20

UPDATE: I wish I had­n’t writ­ten this review. This prod­uct isn’t even worth the amount of time I spent writ­ing about it. It’s cheap, it’s ter­ri­ble, it’s what­ev­er. But it did­n’t…

Review: Fun Factory Bi Stronic Fusion pulsator 16

Review: Fun Factory Bi Stronic Fusion pulsator

The Fun Factory Bi Stronic Fusion is was one of the orig­i­nal four Stronic pul­sators: self-thrusting toys that fea­ture a lin­ear back-and-forth mag­net­ic weight to sim­u­late in-and-out pen­e­tra­tion, almost hands-free.…

BMS Factory Swan Wand Classic Review: big, rechargeable vibrator 17

BMS Factory Swan Wand Classic Review: big, rechargeable vibrator

I often sug­gest the BMS Factory Swan Wand when asked for rec­om­men­da­tions for a pow­er­ful recharge­able vibra­tor. It not only boasts Hitachi-level earth­quake pow­er, but also two dif­fer­ent sized ends with an…

Je Joue Uma review: rumbly mid-sized vibrator 18

Je Joue Uma review: rumbly mid-sized vibrator

On paper, the Je Joue Uma looked like every­thing I was look­ing for. The Je Joue Uma has many hall­marks of a ver­sa­tile toy. It has a bulging, gen­tle curve that…

California Exotics Embrace G Wand review: triple motor rechargeable vibrator 19

California Exotics Embrace G Wand review: triple motor rechargeable vibrator

The ver­sa­til­i­ty cov­ers all bases for me. It’s deli­cious for quick­ies and long ses­sions alike. It’s like when you’re rel­ish­ing a meal and move from appe­tiz­er to main course to dessert and think, “Damn, any one of those dish­es would have hit the spot on its own, but the meal is so ele­vat­ed as a whole because every­thing adds on to every­thing else and synergizes.”