Dame Products Pom review: quiet & low-pitched clitoral vibrator

The Dame Pom comes in jade green and looks like a flat­tened marsh­mal­low Peep. How could I say no?

Pom vibrator by Dame Products jade green side view with defined beak in shadow

Though it doesn't feel quite marshmallow-soft, it's bendy to nes­tle effort­less­ly atop the exter­nal pubic bone. Plus, the Pom's vibra­tions have low-pitched, rumbly quality.

The shape of the Pom external vibrator by Dame Products

I adore this dar­ling vibe's ver­sa­tile shape. It's got a flat sur­face on the back, defined edges on the side, and small­er edges on the front that con­verge into a beak-like peak. You can turn it to the side and play with the edges, but being the pin­point princess that I am, I always go back to that defined point on the front when I want to come.

Pom by Dame Products jade green vibrator flexing in hand

An intuitive vibrator for use during penis-in-vag intercourse

I don't nec­es­sar­i­ly have to hold the Dame Pom when I'm lying on my back or sit­ting down. Its curved form rests on my clit and mons. In those posi­tions, I apply pres­sure on the point­ed end like a door­bell. That's all it takes.

The design makes it an ele­gant, unob­tru­sive vibra­tor for use dur­ing inter­course. In posi­tions like doggy-style where I'm face-down, it flex­es and sand­wich­es intu­itive­ly between my vul­va and my hand, demand­ing lit­tle maneu­ver­ing or angling. The Dame Pom's pin­point peak is right where I want it.

The Dame Pom's button placement and control panel

Dame Pom jade green couples' silicone vibrator in my living room decor

Its up/down but­tons are also a no-brainer for my thumb to hit and adjust speed. On the vibrator's oppo­site face, there's a but­ton to turn it on/off and cycle through the pat­terns. All of the but­tons are slight­ly recessed, so no fear of turn­ing it off acci­den­tal­ly dur­ing ventro-ventro intercourse.

Overall: in love with the shape of you

I wouldn't change a sin­gle thing about the Dame Pom's shape. It's high­ly prac­ti­cal, and unlike its pre­de­ces­sor, the Eva, it doesn't rely on gim­micks to fit a nar­row range of anatomies. Is the Dame Pom a hands-free cou­ples' vibra­tor? No, but its shape comes clos­er to that than clas­sic bul­lets do. And unlike vibrat­ing cock rings and We-Vibes, the Pom doesn't come with the down­sides of anatomy-specific dual stim­u­la­tors.

The Dame Pom's vibrations

Dame Products Pom jade green vibrator back view: on/off/pattern toggle button

As for the Dame Pom's vibra­tions, I enjoy them, but talk­ing about them takes nuance. Dame Products claims that the Pom is their most pow­er­ful vibra­tor yet. Pom's low hum reminds me a lot of the Iroha Zen— a vibra­tor many review­ers have called "use­less." But the Iroha Zen isn't buzzy, exactly.

Dame Pom vibrator in hand - photo from the Dame Products website

Instead of bees or wasps or mos­qui­tos, the Zen is more rem­i­nis­cent of flut­ter­ing but­ter­flies or a purring cat. Gentle, with a mod­er­ate ampli­tude that's not par­tic­u­lar­ly pen­e­trat­ing, but low-pitched. It's refined. Less irri­tat­ing than most toys with sep­a­rate bat­ter­ies or cheap recharge­able bul­lets. Nevertheless, the Zen's sec­ond and third speeds are enough for me.

And Dame Products' Pom is a more pow­er­ful and lux­u­ri­ous ver­sion of that; its first speed out of five is like the Zen's high­est speed. The tim­bre is delight­ful­ly rich, with just the slight­est hint of bass wob­ble (which, in more mas­sive dos­es, I asso­ciate with Fun Factory).

Users who are sim­i­lar­ly sen­si­tive to me will find plen­ty of options for dif­fer­ent moods in the Pom's speed range, and can quick­ly turn the speed up and down as need­ed. I know that sounds basic, but not all clit vibes have a "decrease speed" control!

Comparing the Dame Pom to more powerful alternatives

The Pom by Dame Products indeed isn't for every­one. If you want to splurge on a ver­sa­tile and com­pact clit vibe with firecracker-like pow­er, get a We-Vibe Touch instead. Its range of motion is huge, espe­cial­ly for a tiny bul­let. But it won't give you a low-frequency purr if that's what you crave.

Fun Factory Laya II pool blue vibrator thumbnail

The Fun Factory Laya II is anoth­er option that will give you that elu­sive low hum, and with more pow­er than the Pom. Or, if you're try­ing to save cash, get a $50 Cal Ex Marvelous Flicker.

The Pom's high­est speed is com­pa­ra­ble in strength to some­where between the Marvelous Flicker's first and sec­ond speeds. Its main down­side, though, is the lim­it­ed con­trol panel.

That's not bad, con­sid­er­ing I raved about the Marvelous Flicker giv­ing me long and intense orgasms. Not to men­tion a fel­low review­er had orgasms so great with the Marvelous Flicker that they induced an asth­ma attack. But the Marvelous Flicker is only $50. And $95 is a lot to spend on the outie-only Pom vibra­tor if you're not its tar­get audience.

Myself? I'm pretty dang close to being the Dame Pom's ideal buyer.

For one, I can quick­ly get off with fin­gers. With many vibra­tors, I'm sen­si­tive after orgasm and pre­fer hav­ing an option to turn down the speed, quick­ly recov­er, and orgasm again. The Tango and Touch are often too much for me, and the one-button con­trol is a sig­nif­i­cant draw­back. With the Zumio, speed con­trol is breezy, and I use a light touch. Likewise for the Eroscillator, which is rumbly AF and pow­er­ful but can be toned down and won­der­ful­ly sub­tle, too.

Dam Pom jade green couples' silicone vibrator next to amethyst and air plant

The Dame Pom is a discreet, quiet clitoral vibrator

Plus, being the quin­tes­sen­tial Millennial, I often have room­mates. When I don't, I'm stay­ing at my par­ents' house. No longer do I live with my boyfriend or have the lux­u­ry of dis­play­ing my sex toy col­lec­tion on shelves; dis­cre­tion is a must. And while I can appre­ci­ate the rum­ble of my Eroscillator, it's not the most prac­ti­cal toy to trav­el with or use when shar­ing hous­ing with others.

Under a blan­ket and a pair of sweat­pants, I can bare­ly hear the Pom's vibra­tions on the high­est speed. And if I can bare­ly dis­cern the sound, who­ev­er else is at home def­i­nite­ly can't. Play some white noise in the back­ground if you're still real­ly self-conscious at night, but when Dame Products says that the Pom is "whisper-quiet," they mean it. It's not just a read­i­ly mar­ketable buzz­word (no pun intend­ed) to them.

The Dame Pom's packaging and long-term storage

Dame Pom jade green couples' silicone vibrator in discreet packaging

The stur­dy box that the Pom comes in is also incon­spic­u­ous: a sol­id col­or that match­es the vibe and a trans­par­ent, glossy text that says "Dame" and "Pom." Nothing else. It's bare­ly vis­i­ble, but cov­er it up with some washi tape or stick­ers if you wish, and you're gold­en. Marie Kondo would be proud.

Does the Dame Pom spark joy? Fuck yeah!

Dame Products' Pom sparks joy in my heart on so many lev­els. This adorable vibra­tor looks like a piece of marsh­mal­low can­dy ("CHING!"), it takes my mind off dis­tract­ing thoughts of how much sound I'm mak­ing ("CHING!"), it's ergonom­ic ("CHING!"), and its speed range is ver­sa­tile for my needs (CHING!).

A vibrator for those picky about pitch

Dame Products Pom jade green vibrator among crystals

Is the Pom by Dame Products everyone's cup of tea? No, but that's fine— the renowned Tango and Touch aren't either. And not every­one wants the absolute most pow­er they can get in a bul­let or even any­thing close. It's true: I've grown tol­er­ant to strong vibra­tors. I can test them, but that's because I know how light­ly I'd need to press and can adjust pres­sure as my sen­si­tiv­i­ty fluctuates.

When it comes to pow­er, what mat­ters to me is that the Pom has a rich, purring tim­bre. Its mod­er­ate ampli­tude and low pitch give me more than enough pow­er, with less ten­der­ness than oth­er vibes. Between the pitch, the con­trols, and the pointy peak, this vibra­tor pro­vides me with every­thing I need. And for that, it earns the priv­i­lege of stay­ing on my nightstand.

One final recommendation for rumbly vibrations

If you want more a more pow­er­ful, bass-like "voom voom voom voom," I high­ly rec­om­mend a Fun Factory Laya Spot II. It sim­i­lar­ly nes­tles along the pubic bone's curve. The main trade­offs are that the Laya isn't flex­i­ble, and its the tip isn't as pin­point as the Pom's "beak."

Verdict: the Dame Pom is an absolute delight to hold and use

Dame Pom vibrator next to crystals and rocks

In 2019, I'm try­ing to return to my roots as a cer­vi­cal orgasm afi­ciona­do and review more dil­dos. A cli­toral orgasm with­out pen­e­tra­tion can only sat­is­fy me for so long. However, I made an excep­tion for the Pom by Dame. When inun­dat­ed by a sea of bul­lets I could be review­ing, the Pom's refresh­ing­ly unique shape stands out. It's not just cute, but also one of the most ergonom­ic vibra­tors I have had the plea­sure of try­ing. If it had a more pow­er­ful motor, it would be flawless.

Take 10% off at Spectrum Boutique with coupon code SUPERSMASH10

This coupon code applies sitewide, so whether you're get­ting a Pom by Dame Products or some­thing else, I gotchu cov­ered! You can also find at Spectrum Boutique the oth­er vibes I've men­tioned in this review:

  • Iroha Zen — very gen­tle vibra­tions, but low-pitched, budget-friendly, and per­fect for those with feath­er­weight clits
  • We-Vibe Touch — also ver­sa­tile shape, with SUPER high-amp vibrations
  • We-Vibe Tango — same beloved motor as the Touch, but in plas­tic bul­let form. No sil­i­cone to damp­en the vibrations
  • Fun Factory Laya Spot II — curved, rigid body + rum­bling, wob­bly bass vibra­tions. Probably my top pick among all the toys linked here.
Thank you to Spectrum Boutique for sending me the Pom by Dame Products for a review!

2 Responses

  1. DizzyD says:

    The Pom looks amaz­ing! Beautiful pack­ag­ing and a cute col­or.…. I like my exter­nal vibes pow­er­ful and rumbly and I’ve been very hap­py with my Tango, so I won­der if the Pom could match the Tango on my hap­pi­ness scale. The Tango isn’t easy to hold in place dur­ing sex with a part­ner. It would be won­der­ful if I could get my hands on a pow­er­ful rumbly vibe in a more ergonom­ic form, like the shape of the Pom.….

  2. Bitt says:

    I always thought this one looked like a marsh­mal­low peep

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