The best part about Kinklab’s Neon Wand is that it’s incredibly versatile. The glass tube attachments are great and there are other attachments available that offer different sensations, including a couple floggers, a forceps shaped tool, and my favorite: the Power Tripper.
After putting the Fuze Harmony/harness/We-Vibe Tango together and stepped into the harness, I was very, very happily surprised to realize that everything was touching me in all the right places. In fact, it actually felt really incredible; the bottom ridge on the base of the Harmony sits just below my clit and seemed to direct the vibrations in just the right way, while the section of the We-Vibe Tango that sticks out of the toy sat against the seam of my labia.
This was my first trip into the world of Mystic Wands… and I don’t think I’ll be returning. I don’t feel like this is a toy that will work for a wide range of people. The vibrations are too weak and too buzzy to satisfy most, and I’ve never been quite so disappointed in the construction quality of a toy—especially at this price point of around $100.
You’re probably not surprised to hear that I had really high expectations for the Doxy Die Cast wand vibrator. Do you blame me? It’s gorgeous. It’s a million times prettier than my Magic Wand, it’s stronger, and it’s made from better and safer materials. Oh yeah, it also has more speeds and can be used internationally. It did not disappoint me! My Doxy Die Cast has earned a coveted spot in my nightstand (only my Magic Wand and the Njoy Pure Wand have ever reached this status folks).
This product was a disappointment. After removing my possible personal bias from the equation, and assuming the strap had not broken, since Lovehoney would have sent me a replacement, the Fifty Shades of Grey Keep Still Over the Bed Cross Set was unwieldy to set up, impossible to adjust (for a full-size bed), and a disaster to store away. I think Lovehoney has far better options for restraining your partners.
As a prostate toy, the Don falls short… literally. The bulb meant for insertion just isn’t long enough to reach the prostate. Still, I really liked the Don by Doxy. It has great, and quiet, rumbly vibrations making it a great purchase for penis-owners who like vibrations on the head or shaft of their penis, those who likes strong clitoral stimulation, and anyone who needs a strong but quiet vibrator.
Forget the clever opening, I’m just going to be straight forward; the Pleasure Works First Mate Silicone Dildo is one of my favorite dildos I have ever tried. I didn’t have particularly high hopes because until the First Mate I’ve never found a dildo I loved, and yet here I am gushing (pun intended) about the First Mate.
When I received the Tantus Cush O2 I felt like I was receiving dildo royalty. The reviews I’d read from other bloggers gushed over the outstanding Tantus dual density silicone and the to-die-for ridges the Cush O2 features. Here’s the thing, and I’m just going to be upfront about this… I think my eyes are (metaphorically) bigger than my vagina.
Once my Vamp and I were on better terms, I found that there’s lots of good stimulation no matter how you use it. The gradual widening head of the Vamp felt great being slowly inserted over and over, and the super defined coronal ridge offered a lot of pleasant sensations against my inner walls when thrusting. It’s also great if you’re looking for a toy that you can just leave in place to give your muscles something to clench around.
Should you get a Tantus G-Force? If you’re like me and you’re looking to explore what kinds of g-spot stimulation you enjoy, and you have a few extra bucks to spend, I would absolutely recommend it. If your already an expert with your g-spot I’d suggest the G-Force if you know you enjoy moderate pressure, stimulating your g-spot with side to side motions, or applying g-spot pressure by clenching around a toy.