The VeDO Yumi finger vibe and VeDO Suki pulsation toy are two new pleasure products from VeDO. I’ve never reviewed anything by this brand before (or, to be honest, heard much about them at all!), so I was curious to see how they measure up.
Both of these products have a few things in common: they’re coated in bodysafe silicone, are USB rechargeable, are 100% waterproof and are specifically designed to fit snugly between your fingers.
VeDO is no stranger to vibrators — they’ve released lots of vibrators over the years. However, the VeDO Yumi is unique in that it’s specifically designed as a “finger vibrator.” Your fingers fit snugly at the back of the vibrator, kept in place by the curvy silicone finger grip.
The VeDO Yumi‘s design is aesthetically pleasing. It’s shaped like a lemon with a round body that narrows into a nub tip for pinpoint stimulation. A single power button lies near the base which lets you cycle through the 10 vibration modes. This design is familiar to me because, in my opinion, it bears a resemblance to the Minna Lemon. It’s a clever shape because it’s versatile. Users can use the wider area for a broader touch and then switch to the nub tip for pinpoint stimulation.
I received my VeDO Yumi in Tease Me Turquoise, but it’s also available in Foxy Pink and Deep Purple.
The VeDO Yumi is only $44 USD (and you can get 10% off with coupon code RUBY) which is a very reasonable price for a bodysafe, rechargeable, waterproof vibrator.
The VeDO Suki is VeDO’s entry into the pressure wave market. From what I can see, this is VeDO’s only suction pressure-wave toy, so I was curious.
WHAT IS PRESSURE WAVE TECHNOLOGY? Pressure wave technology provides touchless clitoral stimulation, which makes your clitoris feel like it’s being sucked by air. This sex tech first emerged around 2016, and since then I’ve witnessed (and reviewed) the technology spread across the industry. I was skeptical at first, and the technology is pretty bizarre, but it can be SUPER effective if done well.
The VeDO Suki combines pressure wave technology with conventional vibrations for an overall more intense experience.
The VeDO Suki has a cute design. It’s short and stubby for a pressure wave toy, but it efficiently uses its small size. The suction head sits at a 90° angle from the body. The body is wide and round and holds 3 buttons: (+), power, and (–). The charging port is at the base. Behind the back lies the finger grip (the same design as the Yumi).
The suction head has an opening of 11mm (inside dimensions) and the lip is a thick 6mm. This is a fairly small opening in terms of suction toys, and will be best suited to users with a small clitoris.
The VeDO Suki is only $54 USD (get 10% off with coupon code RUBY). This is a very reasonable price for a pressure wave sex toy, with others costing as high as $200 USD.
This section is to help folks determine if they might have any issues using/accessing this toy.
- Ease of use: I think the finger grip of these toys will help users who have difficulty with fine motor skills — simply put, it’s easier to hold these toys because your fingers are snugly wrapped by the silicone finger grip.
- Size/Weight: Both of these are small toys for their genre. The VeDO Yumi vibe is approx. 6.75cm long x 5cm wide and weighs 82grams. The VeDO Suki is approx. 8.75cm long x 5.5cm wide and weighs 105 grams.
- Buttons: The buttons on both of these toys are small (approx. 5mm in diameter) and hard to press down.
- Other notes: Lots of vibrations are felt in the finger grip of the VeDO Yumi vibe. If you have arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome, this will bug you.
- Affordability: The VeDO Yumi is an average price for a vibrator with these features. The VeDO Suki is less expensive than the typical pressure-wave toy.
How to Use the VeDO Yumi and VeDO Suki
The VeDO Yumi uses a single button function. Press the single power button to turn it off, then keep clicking it to cycle through the 3 steady states and 7 patterns. Hold the power button to turn it off. To enable (and disable) the travel lock, double-click the power button.
The VeDO Suki has three buttons: Power, (+), and (–). Hit the Power button to turn it on. Press the power button to turn it on, and keep pressing the power button to cycle through its 1 steady state and 9 patterns. Use (+) and (–) to cycle through the 6 intensities. To enable (and disable) the travel lock, double-click the power button.
Inside the boxes, you receive your toy, a charging cable, some travel lock instructions, and a product guide on all VeDO products. No storage pouch is included. If you’d like a specific toy bag/case for it (not necessary, but always nice), you can browse for some here.
One complaint — The VeDO Yumi finger vibrator was packaged nestled in a black velvet-like cushion. Unfortunately, the black material comes off easily, so the Yumi was coated in black fuzzies when I first took it out of the box. A simple rinse under water removed them, but it was unfortunate and damaged the overall presentation.
Material and Care
The VeDO Yumi and VeDO Suki are fully waterproof and submersible. To clean, I rinse in warm, soapy water before and after each use. You could also add a dedicated sex toy cleaner if you wish. Allow to air dry before storing it away.
My Experience with the VeDO Yumi and VeDO Suki
So, what do I think about these toys?
I liked the VeDO Yumi, but I wasn’t blown away. The little vibe really packs a punch and is fairly strong. The vibrations are quite buzzy, though, and they transfer to my fingers a lot, which annoyed me (and will annoy other users). But overall, the vibrations are strong enough to be effective and I had zero issues reaching orgasm. The pointed nub tip is fantastic; most of the vibrations are concentrated in the tip, it has a little bit of squish, and it’s exactly the size of a fingertip… three things that mean an effective pleasure provider. So I liked this toy, and I don’t think it’s a bad purchase for $44.
As for sound, I’ve no complaints. It’s very quiet and will not be heard through a closed door.
The VeDO Yumi‘s $44 price tag is worth it, in my opinion. It’s a reasonable price for something strong, waterproof, rechargeable, and bodysafe. This is definitely one of the better finger vibrators I’ve tried.
When it comes to the VeDO Suki, however, I am MUCH more impressed.
I’m no stranger to pressure wave toys. At the time of writing, I’ve reviewed about 25 pressure wave toys. Big, small, cheap, expensive… you name it. So I know my pressure wave toys.
And honestly, in my opinion, the VeDO Suki is one of the strongest ones out there. The VeDO Suki‘s top level is so intense that I can’t go near it — it hurts my clitoris to try. Instead, I stick with the lowest levels, which still produce an orgasm in under a minute. HOW???
I think the secret to Suki’s success is the smaller stimulation opening and the combined vibrations. The narrower opening = more direct, tightly wound air suction. And if the air suction doesn’t do enough for you, the vibrations top you off.
Really, the VeDO Suki is exhaustingly impressive and powerful. And for only $54… that is a good deal.
One caveat — the VeDO Suki is RIDICULOUSLY LOUD for such a small toy. Think mains-powered wand vibrator loud. This is one to use when you have the place to yourself.
I would also prefer a softer stimulation opening – this silicone is firm, which little give to it.
If you have a very sensitive clitoris, I think the Suki will probably be too much for you. But if you’re a power queen, add this one to your cart.
VeDO Yumi and VeDO Suki Review – Overall Thoughts
You can go to Peepshow Toys to pick up your own VeDO Yumi andVeDO Suki! Why do I like Peepshow Toys? They ship internationally, only carry body-safe products, and you can get a 10% discount off your whole purchase with coupon code RUBY.
See below for my VeDO Yumi and VeDO Suki review breakdown.