When I received an email from So Divine asking if I’d like to review a bunch of their products, I genuinely clapped my hands with glee. Why? Because I’d already spotted the So Divine Wicked Game Magic Wand and, oh, how I wanted it!
It was the first thing I got my hands on when the package arrived (and there was a lot of stuff in that parcel so keep an eye out for more So Divine reviews!). I probably don’t need to remind you that I’m a packaging junkie, but I will. Pretty, simple, and tasteful, it’s a delight to open a parcel with a So Divine product in it. Continue reading “So Divine Wicked Game Magic Wand”
What’s better than a big fat Fun Factory dildo that fills you to bursting and provides some of the most amazing orgasms ever? A big fat Fun Factory vibrator that fills you to bursting and provides some of the most amazing orgasms ever – with a kick. Yep, the Fun Factory Boss Stub has a sassy sibling in the Fun Factory G5 Big Boss Black Line Vibrator, and it’s fucking spectacular.
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If I’m making a sex toy purchase I devour every review I can find before clicking ‘buy now’. I search for clues in a reviewer’s history to see if I can match their preferences to mine. Work out if they like and dislike the same things as me so I know if a toy has a chance of being right for me. But avoiding reading reviews of things I’d like to review is something I adopted early on in my reviewing days. I’ve always wanted to approach each new product with no preconceptions, no chance of my opinions being influenced by the experiences of others.
Despite my efforts at keeping my mind clear of other people’s thoughts, being exposed to generalised opinions is something that can’t be avoided. When I came across the Gvibe 2 by Fun Toys London, some of the comments I read were less than positive. Oddly, most of those folks hadn’t even tried the thing, their negative views were formed by looking at pictures of the toy online.
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When it comes to appearance, wand vibrators are usually much of a muchness. Long body with controls in the middle and a mains cable or a USB charging point at its base. A broad, rounded head, sometimes with irksome ridges, sometimes without. Colours differ, sizes differ, but in general they’re all pretty similar. But not always. Sometimes they’re very different indeed. One wand that stands out in terms of not only appearance but also function is the Vive Shiatsu Dual Pleasure Wand Vibrator.
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In my recent review for the Bodywand WandPlus Rabbit 8 Vibrator I made a prediction. After not really getting on with the rabbit I said I was certain that, if I had a chance to try the Bodywand WandPlus G-Spot 8 Vibrator, I could feel it in my bones that I’d love it.
Well, luck brought the G-Spot version to me and I’ve learned that I’m getting really good at understanding what my body wants. My prediction was right, and I’ll tell you why…after I’ve told you all about the vibe itself.
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There have been many incarnations of the We-Vibe wearable couple’s vibrator, but until I received the We-Vibe Sync for review, I’d only ever experienced the earliest incarnation of it. And I’d hated it. It was too small, the silicone was draggy, shiny and awful, and the vibes were terrible.
It really did put me off this type of toy, but as I’d had a successful reunion with the Eroscillator 2 (which I never thought would happen in a million years) I decided it was time to give them another chance. Continue reading “We-Vibe Sync”
Until recently, my experience with Nomi Tang products had been limited to the quietly fabulous Infiniti Dual Stimulator. Even though it’s one of those toys that needs a heap of manipulation to hit both intended spots at once, revisiting that odd shaped vibe a couple of months ago rekindled my lust for it, and I was soon checking out the other products the brand had to offer.
Anyone who’s been with me since Scandarella’s launch will know that one of my favourite g-spotting toys of all time is the LELO Ella. I’m not usually one for comparing brands in reviews, and I’m not gonna do a whole lot of comparing here either, cos the Ella is a dildo and the product I’m reviewing is a vibrator, so comparison would be silly. I mention it only to give you an idea of how high my expectations were when I was offered the opportunity to review the Nomi Tang Getaway Plus.
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It’s that time again. The time for the sex toy market to be pelted with all things Christian Grey in the lead up to the release of the second movie in the kinky sex saga: Fifty Shades Darker. Though I was a late comer to the books, I’ve never considered myself a true fan of Grey and his issues – or Ana and hers for that matter – and I gave up watching the first movie not fifteen minutes in, but what I am a HUGE fan of, is the related sex toys that are designed and produced by Lovehoney, and this Fifty Shades Darker Desire Explodes G-Spot Vibrator is no exception.
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When I was asked if I would like to review the Close2You Passione Rosa Rechargeable Vibrator, I didn’t hesitate to say yes. Close2You was a brand I hadn’t ever heard of, and as you know if you read Scandarella regularly, I love discovering new things!
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The Velvet Plush U Vibe. T’is a curious, inexpensive bit of kit, kindly sent to me by the new online adult store, Boudoir of Erotic Delights, in exchange for an honest review.
As the name suggests, the U Vibe is a U shaped piece of silicone, with one insertable end intended to stimulate the G-Spot, and an external end which is intended to tease the clitoris. According to the packaging, I have the “junior” size. That term squicked me out, to be honest. It reminded me of my earliest introduction to tampons when I was a pre-teen, and I really wish it hadn’t been used in the name of a sex toy.
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