Top 6 La Boutique Voila sex toys, ranked!
Meet The Thruster’s younger sibling, La Boutique Voila.
While Velvet Thrusters focus on luxury handheld fucking machines, Voila is all about the silly shapes and kooky contraptions, from aliens to the infamous rose to Thor’s hammer. Here are my favorites.
IF IT FITS, I SITS (on it). This alien vibe is 2.1–2.2″ across the head and HELLA front-loaded for aggressive G‑spot stimulation and a big stretch. AND IT GLOWS IN THE DARK.
Was Bob the Alien made for vaginal insertion? That’s probably not what La Boutique Voila had in mind, but I think he’s found his new home inside me.
Between the girth and silicone’s firmness, Bob the Alien vibe looks silly but is quite severe. Don’t forget to tilt and push him backwards on the way in to reduce pressure on the urethra. And have lots of lube ready. You’ll need it.
(See my guide to fisting and huge dildos for more tips on inserting big dildos.)
Once the head is in, the “shaft” measures 0.9 to 1.5″. There’s a huge contrast between the head and body, so if you tend to have bulbous or curved toys snag on the pubic bone on the way out, Bob the Alien vibrator isn’t for you.
Who would like the Voila Bob the Alien vibrator?
Here’s the thing: my vagina craves the expansion. My followers know I’m barbaric.
They aren’t here for buzzy bullet sleeves — which, yeah, I’d call most of Voila’s vibrators buzzy. When they’re bare, they’re strong enough to compensate, but when there’s silicone over them, meh. And no, the arm and finger don’t really do much; they’re too bendy to be anything other than decoration.
Also, this alien vibrator by Voila is safe for vaginal use only. I don’t trust those lil peets to be safe for butt stuff.
More than anything else, though, my Instagram followers want to stretch like it’s an extreme sport (or at least read about it). If that’s you, you’ll love this thing!
If you want a quirky, girthy, and glowing insertable, Voila’s Bob the Alien vibrator is one of the cutest gag gifts I never imagined, but adore nevertheless.
If the Voila Smartee looks familiar, that’s because I’ve reviewed something with the exact same shape before! It’s the softer sibling of the L’Acier Capo stainless steel dildo.
I’ll admit, I’m a little hardcore with my toys. Many of my favorites are stainless steel or glass, and that’s not for everyone. For those who want something more yielding, the Voila Smartee vibrator offers the same defined head for G‑spotting, but with:
- More flexibility and squish
- Less weight
- A rumblier motor
- A smaller price tag
Its built-in motor makes bigger waves than the L’Acier Capo’s removable bullet does.
They’re what I call zingy: still on the high-pitched side yet penetrate deeper into the skin, similar to what you’d get with LELO’s motors. The controls are limited, though, with one button cycling through 3 steady speeds and 7 patterns.
Who would like the Voila Smartee vibrator?
While the Smartee is marketed as a plus size and pregnancy vibe, its removable handle is especially great for anyone who wants more reach for their toys, for any number of reasons:
- Limited arm and shoulder mobility
- Using toys on partners
- Ample belly fat
- Making it butt-safe by serving as a stopper
- Going deeper without occupying much of the insertable length with your hand
- And yes, pregnancy, because pleasure doesn’t have to stop the moment you become a potential parent.
Here are the Voila Smartee’s pros and cons in a nutshell. It’s G‑spotty, strong, silky, versatile, and totally waterproof. The one major flaw is that it’s not the quietest vibrator. And another petty quibble is that it only comes in pink.
Beyond that, I have nothing bad to say about it. It’s the whole package, and if anything, I’d argue that Voila undersold it. This vibrator is fantastic for people with mobility issues and those without.
This isn’t the first time I’ve discussed the rose sex toy, and it probably won’t be the last.
I’ve previously summed up the three steady speed settings: “vroom, earthquake, and devastation.” A few paragraphs later, I added, “One button abruptly accelerates the rose massager from 0 to 60 to 100 to 120.”
It’s strong. At the highest speed, it’s one of the strongest air pulse toys I’ve ever tried, as intense as the Womanizer Premium 2. But that doesn’t make it the best.
Air pulses can be a doozy, and you don’t necessarily want to go from 0 to 60. On the flipside, you don’t necessarily want to stay at 60 when you’re sensitive right after an orgasm.
If you want raw power in a suction toy, get the rose. If you care more about tight control and subtlety and having many in-between settings to ramp it up, see my air pulse toy comparison. I tested over 20 pressure wave massagers and summed them up in one post!
TURN ME ON WITH YOUR ELECTRIC FEEL.
Ridged shaft. Powerful vibes. It’s fun to wield Thor’s Mighty Hammer from La Boutique Voila for a spicy Halloween costume or roleplay, but how does it feel in use? Here are the hammer vibrator’s pros and cons.
- Textures add some pizzazz for front wall stimulation
- The vibrations are intense
- The blocky end of the hammer makes it butt-safe
- It’s totally waterproof!
- The motor is strong but buzzy/zingy and loud. Don’t expect anything even remotely like a wand massager
- 5” insertable length and 1.35” maximum diameter aren’t ideal for me
- The straight shaft is totally rigid
My vagina is comprised of sturdy walls with a high ceiling, so I would prefer more length or curvature or tip definition. But your mileage may vary. Let’s be real — if you’re getting the Mjölnir hammer vibe, it’s because you wanted:
- The novelty factor
- A general insertable
- Strong vibrations
And it ticks those boxes while looking cute.
It’s a novel take on a classic: like the Easy Beat Eggs, the Stroker Ace sleeve is a slightly more realistic upgrade than one’s hand alone, but the discreet storage case is a tennis ball shape.
This sleeve’s ridging feels like the bottom of a vaginal canal, at least at first. Once it stretches, the textures smooth out.
I’d say it’s best for those who are extra sensitive at the tip; you won’t get as intense tactile sensation once you move down to the shaft. Alternatively, turn it inside out to add squish to a wand vibrator.
It’s made of super soft TPR, which envelops the penis nicely, but unlike silicone strokers, it will lose grip and usability over time. Watch for changes in shape, color, and smell, and toss it once it’s reached the end of its shelf life.
Overall, the Voila Stroker Ace tennis ball sleeve’s bang-to-buck ratio is about right. It’s fuckable, adds sensation, and here for a good time, not a long time.
Velvet Co. more likely can’t call it a Pokéball vibrator for legal reasons, but we know what this massager was designed to look like.
It’s red and white with a straight black border and a round button in the center for turning on the vibrations.
There’s a squishy side for grinding and a firm one for transmitting vibrations — 3 steady and and 7 patterns. It’s also totally waterproof and rechargeable.
At 3.2″ diameter, it’s cute, fun to roll while sitting, and definitely finishes me off — BUT should be reserved for those who like gentle stimulation.
The motor is definitely buzzy, and the broad surface disperses its movement. Fortunately, its size is easy to lower my weight onto and leverage!
Its length encompasses more of the penis than the Stroker Ace does, so my partner actually liked La Bomba more!
The only reason I put it lower down on the list is that it’s quite pricey. The novelty factor is definitely something, though; a friend asked, “lmao, is that real?” Yes, it’s real. You can put your dick in a grenade-shaped stroker.
This post was sponsored. Opinions expressed are my own.