Xcitme Sym‑B Sensual Collection interchangeable vibrator system review
Yes! I love seeing an all-in-one vibrator system with swappable heads that rrrumble.
The Xcitme Sym‑B Sensual Collection’s attachments offer multiple affordable alternatives to LELO’s rechargeable vibrators — without sacrificing strength.
Its versatility and power are the cake, while its sturdy packaging is the icing on top. All of these features combined make it delightfully giftable, especially to someone just starting to explore vibrators.
What the Xcitme Sym‑B Sensual Collection comes with
Attachments and settings
Inside the sturdy box, there’s a Sym‑B controller/handle, magnetic charging cord, discreet dock with cover, Luma G‑spot vibrator attachment, and Spark dual stimulating rabbit head. Xcitme also included a VIP card for users to get the Kiki pinpoint clitoral vibrator attachment for free (just pay for shipping).
The heads screw on and off, so it’s almost like you’re getting three rechargeable vibrators for the price of one ($105). They each come with 5 steady speeds and 5 patterns — mixable and matchable and controlled by 3 buttons: cycle patterns, on/off, and cycle speeds.
What especially excites me (hah) is how the Sym‑B vibes maintain their zing in use. Hot-swapping toys are hardly new but historically have disappointed in power.
The motor in the Ooh by Je Joue Play & Please set, for example, is powerful on its own, but doesn’t transfer vibrations well through the silicone. That’s not the case with the Sym‑B Sensual Collection. Here’s a run-down of the Luma, Spark, and Kiki attachments.
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Xcitme Sym‑B Luma rechargeable G‑spot vibratorMy favorite Xcitme Sym‑B attachment is by far the Luma. It features a rigid neck and voluptuous swell, reminiscent of the LELO Mona 2, with a moderate 1.4″ maximum diameter and 4.75″ insertable length.
That’s about a half-inch shorter than the Mona, but plenty for my G‑spot. Like the LELO Mona, the Xcitme Sym‑B Luma also has a pointy tip for targeted clitoral stimulation.
(If you want an entirely silicone-covered vibrator for A‑spot stimulation, consider a Cloud 9 G‑Spot Slim 7 Inch instead)
Side-by-side, the Luma has a more drastic dip and less gradual taper than the Mona. My G‑spot is usually picky when it comes to firm vibrators, but gets along with both well. They press nicely into my front wall, both in the actual pubic bone dip and just past it.
The rumbly vibrations can shake my internal clitoris or external clitoris, depending on what mood I’m in. When I dip the Xcitme Sym‑B Luma head halfway in water (yes, it’s waterproof!), it hella splashes. Not as much as the Hot Octopuss Amo or BMS Factory Pillow Talk Sassy, but more than the LELO Mona 2.
That’s commendable for such a versatile vibrator — most users will adore it, aside from the hardiest power queens. And if you want a rigid neck for aggressive G‑spotting, you’ll reach for the Xcitme Sym‑B Luma more often than the BMS Pillow Talk Sassy.
Sym‑B Spark dual-stimulating rabbit vibrator attachment
Let’s get this part over with
I don’t care for the Sym‑B Spark much. Its shape isn’t bad for vaginal use, but the external arm’s flexibility is not an excellent match for my clit-vag gap. Power-wise, the internal stimulator has the same rumble as the Luma, but the outer part is one step below “meh.”
Better matches for my anatomy
Dual stimulator alignment is tricky. There will be other Xcitme Sym‑B rabbit attachments in the future, but this one is a miss for me. Historically, I’ve preferred rabbit vibrators with tight but adaptable grip, like the We-Vibe Nova (❤️❤️); or a shorter and more targeted clitoral prong, like the Fun Factory Darling Devil.
If you’re looking for a rumbly prostate massager, the Sym‑B Spark’s external arm serves as a stopper, so it doesn’t get lost in someone’s rectum. But vaginally, I’d prefer to use the Luma and not deal with the clitoral arm.
Xcitme Sym‑B Kiki pointy and flexible clitoral vibrator
The Xcitme Kiki clit vibe attachment reminds me of many toys I’ve enjoyed in the past.
It has a flexible tip with edges for concentrated vibration, a rounded bump for adding pressure, and textures for clitoral grinding if that’s your thing. If it’s not, there’s a relatively smooth and flat face on the other side for broad stimulation.
Familiar feelings…This shape offers many options and reminds me of the Cal Exotics Marvelous Flicker, Dame Pom, and Blush Aria bullet with tongue sleeve. They all flex in my hand and sandwich easily between bodies during PIV partner play.
What makes the Kiki stand out, though, is the motor’s location. The Marvelous Flicker and Aria Tongue are strongest near their bases. However, as with other Sym‑B vibrators, the Kiki clitoral massager’s movements are concentrated in the head’s rounded bump.
The most potent part is unfortunately buried under a bit more silicone than the Luma, but the Xcitme Sym‑B is still more powerful than the three clit vibes I mentioned before.
Moreover, its appeal is more in its flexibility and versatility. The designers knew what they were doing!
My verdict on the Xcitme Sym‑B Sensual Collection
The $105 price tag is a steal for everything you get: a textured rabbit, a solid G‑spot vibrator, and a clit vibe. The Sensual Collection is excellent for anyone who seeks vibratory exploration of the CUV complex, both inside and outside.
There is one downside: the customs label says, “massager.”
But if you don’t mind that, the Sym‑B Sensual Collection is a dreamy investment.
Usually, vibrators with interchangeable heads deliver muffled sensations, because the focus is on the silicone sleeves. In contrast, the Sym‑B Luma, Spark, and Kiki emphasize what matters most in a vibrator: the motor’s rumble and range.
[Hey! This post was sponsored. All opinions expressed are my own and freely given.]