I never use this toy. I find it buzzy. My clit gets numb. G-spot wise, it feels nice, but good G-spot stimulation doesn’t need to cost $150. A lot of bloggers LOVE this toy though. Some don’t like it, but many are crazy about it. So I definitely recommend that you check out some of the other reviews out there. But for me, it’s merely a buzzy disappointment.
The Comet II is pretty. Very pretty. If you like your toys to have a certain vibrancy and life, I suggest the robin blue. The body of the Comet II is made from a silky silicone. It’s not the sticky, lint-magnet silicone you find in some products. It’s the soft, velvety, run-your-cheeks-all-over-it silicone. The handle is made from a shiny ABS plastic. The Comet’s core is also made from ABS, which helps to keep the overall weight down (which is heaven on your wrists come play time).
The Tango doesn’t seek to impress with any stunning design or appearance. It doesn’t need to. The Tango is a small, quaint little object. I say quaint because the shade of blue is so cute, so nondescript, so unassuming. When I held it in my hand for the first time, it was so underwhelming that I wondered how something so ordinary-looking could get such good reviews. But the Tango is one of my favourites.
This is a small, silicone, dual-vibrator to be used during PIV sex, and I was really excited to try it out. It’s waterproof, rechargeable, has 6 vibration modes and comes with a remote-control. Its silicone finish isn’t velvety, unfortunately, but a rather sticky texture. This means that it’s hard to keep dust and hair off of it, especially if you have pets in the house. From the marketing, it sounded like I’d be getting what a high-end rabbit can give me while having amazing sex with my boyfriend. What could go wrong, right?