This may look like a very realistic lobster, but it’s actually just the We-Vibe Gala, one of the latest vibrators from one of my favourite companies.
The Womanizer Starlet is an itsy bitsy teensy weensy version of my favourite pressure wave toy, the Womanizer Pro40. So of course, I needed to test and compare them rigorously. For science.
A little portable self-thrusting G-spot stimulator? How could I NOT want this.
A solid, no nonsense, classic little bullet vibe.
The Sola Cue is a fantastically versatile vibrator. Though designed for G-spot use (and effective in that regard), it also doubles as a great moderately pin-point clitoral vibrator. Those vibrations are RUMBLY and did not disappoint.
Okay, yes, the LELO Sona sort of looks like an internal organ. Maybe a simplified, cartoon stomach. But the LELO Sona promises a new kind of stimulation, one that reaches even the internal parts of your clitoris, so this piqued my curiosity.
The Hot Octopuss Queen Bee is an odd looking sex toy. When you pick it up, you have the strongest, strangest feeling that it’s designed for styling hair.
I don’t generally use the word adorable with sex toys, but it definitely applies here. Just look at it. Small, beanlike, and whimsical, the Zalo Baby Star Bullet Vibrator is the stuff of fairytales.
On paper, the NU Sensuelle Joie sounds fantastic. It’s waterproof, rechargeable, pin-pointed, and silicone.
With that deep red body and the 24 karat gold plated base, the Zalo Marie strikes me as a gift fit for a queen.