The Collection Sweet Cream Classic Slimline Vibrator by Blush Novelties review

Sometimes I’m all about being a sex toy connoisseur.

I spend time browsing the latest releases in high sex toy culture, acquiring and reviewing the crème de la crème, and considering with extreme shrewdness whether these products are worth the exorbitant price tags that they often attribute to themselves.

Just because a company has given a toy a certain price tag, after all, doesn’t mean it cost them anywhere near as much, nor does it mean that it is actually worth the price it’s been given.

But then other times I just want to be an everyday sex toy geek. I eye up tacky vibrating duckies with the sole purpose of wanting to display it, squee at adorable emoji shaped items, and buy cheap vibrators purely because all I want is a cheap vibrator. Usually that means I think it’s cute or I think it has promise. Very rarely it means both.

This, my friends, is one of those very rare times, and I’m quite happy to be able to report that to you.

The Collection Sweet Cream Classic Slimline Vibrator by Blush Novelties


This little gem of a vibrator only costs £19 and it’s £19 well spent.

If I’m being honest I’d probably buy this toy for £19 even if I didn’t want to use it, purely because it’s adorable design. £19 is less then I’d spend on some t-shirts or leggings. It’s also cheaper then a meal at Yo! Sushi that I had recently. Outside of those Blue Tuesdays that place will rob you blind without you even noticing it, but I digress.

What gives this toy such appeal to me? Well, if you’ve looked at the photos of this product then you can probably guess.

Kawaii ice creams, lollipops, and swirls decorate the entire shaft of this classic slim vibe. One of them is made of minty strawberries and has an adorable kitty face. A similarly feline lollipop shares space with it, whereas one that I see as a bubblegum offering flaunts its lashes, happily looking to the potential user like “Yes, we know we’re delicious, now turn us on and find out just how true this is.”

The biggest downside to this toy follows from this point – before you can turn this toy on you will need batteries, which you have to provide yourself. *Deep and heavy sobbing* Still, I suppose no toy is perfect.

My recommendation for this toy would be to use rechargeable AAs (of which it will require 2) but I understand that sometimes convenience trumps being eco-aware. But what a wonderful thing to have such convenience. Every time I use a battery-powered sex toy I’m reminded how nice it is. If the charge runs out I don’t have to plug it in, wait for it to charge, and search frantically for a replacement vibe of similar power and vibration style while my vulva loses its vrum. Instead I just open my side drawer, pop in some new batteries, and we’re good to go. This is even better when travelling – where carrying multiple vibes wouldn’t work so well but carrying 2xAAs is much more viable.

The Collection Sweet Cream Classic Slimline Vibrator by Blush Novelties also offers a certain degree of diversity too.

This toy follows the classic vibe style and is, as it suggests, slim in diameter. How slim? Well, if I were still using dilators I wouldn’t be using it as my first challenge but I might build up to it as my 4th dilator and feel like it would be excellently suited for the role.

That is, to say it has a total length of 7 inches, a 5.5 insertible inch, and a very nice 1 inch diameter.

This toy starts with a tapered tip and then comes out to a smooth and standard size for the rest of it and this is where the diversity comes in.

can use this toy internally but I can equally lay it on my labia and enjoy a total vulva vibration. I can also take its pinpoint and rub more directly on my clit, or move it in to position to stimulate someone’s nipples, perineum (externally), scrotum, or coronal ridge. I can place it on areas of intense pleasure on partners with amputations or those who have non-conventional areas of sexual sensitivity. I can also just place it on a sex toy display and admire how adorable it is. The choice is mine.

What I can’t do is use this toy anally or with a harness because it doesn’t have a flared base, but outside of that the world is my playground.

A single twizzle cap at the top of this lovely ABS plastic product controls the intensity of its continual vibrations and the shaft feels almost matte on the surface and lovably stroking when lubricated slightly.

The vibrations from this toy are impressive too, and that’s what really matters. This product make look cute and timid but it can frizzle and shiver its way to quite some depth. “Frizzle” is probably the best word for the vibrations present in this toy, and that comes with a certain degree of loud buzzing noise, which means this toy isn’t good for discretion, but it sure is good for making me gleefully clench to a satisfied climax for under twenty squid (cockney slang for ‘quid’ or a GBP, don’t cha know).

So, yeah, I kind of have to laugh at the ‘whisper quiet’ description of this toy but I can appreciate the very loud noises that it produces in me.

This product is also splashproof (not submersible but good to clean in a rinse), phthalate-free, and lab certified to be completely body safe. I appreciate all of these additional elements of the Collection Sweet Cream Classic Slimline Vibrator by Blush Novelties and they come together to make a pretty impressive vibrator.

Count me a happy chappy.

Final Thoughts

Of course, impressive, doesn’t mean perfect and the shape, size, vibration type, and lack of waterproof and rechargeable features will irritate or downright off put some individuals but I personally find it impressive that this toy delivers so much for monetarily so little.

The Collection Sweet Cream Classic Slimline Vibrator by Blush Novelties is absolutely adorable and suitably designed to provide strong, satisfying orgasms from a variety of different scenarios. I like it as a clitoral vibrator but I appreciate that I can use it internally and love the fact that it could be used as a dilator.

I strongly recommend the Collection Sweet Cream Classic Slimline Vibrator by Blush Novelties for anyone who likes budget sex toy offerings and don’t feel like you’ll be missing out at all for the lower price tag of this toy.

Congratulations, Blush, you’ve made yet another awesome toy.

Recommend to:

  • People who like strong vibrations.
  • People who like ABS toys.
  • People looking for a vibrating dilator of 1 inch.

Do Not Recommend to:

  • People looking for a harness/anal-compatible toy.
  • People who want a lot of strength.
  • People who dislike hard/straight/battery-powered toys.

The Femmefunn Diamond Wand review

Tulips are a lovely flower.

They have a distinctive character about them and a quirky, bulging nature that seems to show just how pleased they are to have sprouted.

It always bodes well for me when a sex toy is shaped like a tulip in some way. It’s like they’re hoping that such pleasure will bloom in their users.

Plus the shape is equally well-suited for internal and external use.

Just sayin’

The Femmefunn Diamond Wand

The Femmefunn Diamond Wand is a wand made for convenience. In many ways it seems to pitch himself as an introductory product, with its instruction manual stating that:

The Femmefunn Diamond Wand was built on 3 idea’s… Easy, Powerful and Convenient to use.

These are all very admirable causes and are supplemented well by the fact that there is no one recommended body part advertised in the Femmefunn Diamond Wand user manual.

This toy isn’t pitched as ‘strictly for the clit’ nor ‘for internal use.’

Instead, it has its 3 ideas and it tries its best to fulfil them.

Having said that, I wouldn’t personally use this toy for anal use, as its flared base isn’t really prominent enough to allow for safe insertion. Sure, you’ve got a reasonable amount of shaft to play around with before you get to the base, but I’m a better safe than sorry kind of gal.

How much length have we got? 6.75 inches with 6 inches that are sensibly useable. The overall width is about 1.3 inches with the shaft coming in at just under 0.9 inches. This is a nice small size which is very unconventional for a toy dubbed a ‘wand’ but, then again, this toy makes itself a rather odd type of wand.

Whereas most wands have a distinct handle, a globular head, and focus mainly on external use, the Femmefunn Diamond Wand has a useasble shaft, a tulip-like head, and a single button that allows you to use its 21 different features however you want.

Because its whole body is made of silicone it is non-porous, phthalate-free, and completely body-safe for use. The silicone used is matte in nature and the surface feels decadent and tempting in the best kind of way.

Texture is a strong feature of the Femmefunn Diamond Wand and makes up part of its name. Diamonds decorate the entirely of this toys surface – from the tip of its tulip head right down to the base.

A single-button is a crucial part of the Femmefunn Diamond Wand, which would usually annoy me but Femmefunn have been smart about this. This toy starts with varying intensities then goes on the patterns. If you turn this toy off and on then it will remember your last setting. Press it once, however, and it will go back to the first intensity, rather than forcing you to cycle through.

Very agreeable.

The strength of the Femmefunn Diamond Wand is also quite impressive, though admittedly of the buzzy kind. Even on the first setting this wand packs enough of a punch to stand acceptably alongside mid-size wands in terms of strength and potency.  The buzzy vibrations are shrill in a way but are also deep and never numbing. They’re less like a fly or bee half-assing it and more like a mosquito on caffeine – unmistakeable, full of energy, and penetrating.

I have had quite a few strong orgasms with the Femmefunn Diamond Wand, though I wouldn’t say they have a duration that lasts too long after that point of climax. The climax itself is good. As mosquitos go, I wouldn’t want to swat this one away and as tulips go I’m much more inclined to pull it closer to me in order to get a better sense of its character.

I wouldn’t say that the diamond shapes do anything in terms of texture and sensation. They are so subtle that they’re much more decorative than anything else. I’m not complaining though, as the tulip head does more than enough to ignite the G-Spot during internal use (even if my preference with this toy is external).

What I also appreciate about this head is that, because it tapers off, it can actually be used for a bit more pin point precision. This is great, as wands conventionally come without this option (unless you add a sleeve) but Femmefunn have clearly thought about this usual omission and acted to counter it. They truly intended for this wand to be as diverse and useable as they possibly could muster.

With that in mind its also worth nothing that this toy is 100% waterproof, so can be used submerged and cleaned more easily. This is a definite bonus as those diamonds, although they don’t feel like much, do make this toy a little harder to clean.

This toy’s silicone also grabs up dust, hair, and fur (as my photos attest to).

The Femmefunn Diamond Wand is also rechargeable with a single charge lasting up to 30 minutes. There is a 12 month warranty on this toy which means that, should you encounter any issues, BMS will help you with a replacement.

In terms of other objective downsides, there are very few that I can convey and the rest comes down to personal preference.

If you dislike buzzy vibrations then this is a clear no-go. If you prefer gentle vibrations to strength then this wand might also be worth a miss.

The shaft of this vibrator is also incredibly bend and flexible, which might annoy users who like to push down hard on their toys and want a rigid, immovable response back. Pressure play is diminished because of this, but the flexibility will also aid others.

Ultimately the non-conventionality of this wand will leave you either loving or hating it.

Final Thoughts

The Femmefunn Diamond Wand represents a shift in what can be considered a wand and in just what a wand can do with the wand premise.

I personally like what the Femmefunn Diamond Wand has done with the notion, and when it comes to the 3 different focuses that Femmefunn had in mind they pretty much hit the ball out of the park.

This toy is convenient, it’s easy, and its strong. Not only that, but with its current discount at Peepshowtoys it’s a very affordable product too.

I can certainly recommend the Femmefunn Diamond Wand to anyone who like a buzz and fancies how this product looks.

This wand has a rather unique appeal but that doesn’t mean it won’t cater to a large user base.

Enjoy my lovelies!

Recommend to:

  • People who like quirky toys.
  • People who like flexible toys.
  • People who like power.

Do Not Recommend to:

  • People who dislike non-conventional wands.
  • People who dislike buzzy vibrators.
  • People who dislike patterns.

The BMS Factory Pillow Talk Racy Flexible G-Spot or Clitoral Vibrator review

What is ‘pillow talk’?

Is it that intimate discussion you have with a play partner post-sex session?

The moaning mumbles and exhalations that are semi-smothered by the side of a plush pillowy comfort?

Or perhaps the droning snore that you serenade your cushioned head rest with?

I’d like to think it’s more the former two rather than the later.

It’s true, though; we often end up having a dialogue with our pillows without even thinking about it, especially when sex toys come in to play.

I have spent many sessions in a very private engagement with myself, my bed, and a well-chosen sex toy. If my pillow could indeed talk it would be able to tell you a lot about my preferences (and perhaps complain a bit about me biting in to it at times, depending on its own personal kinks).

But how does this toy, named the Pillow Talk Racy, measure up when it comes to pillow utterances?

Would my stag-adorned pillow recount to visitors how well liked the Racy is, or would it be advising them against the Pillow Talk Racy as an option for them?

That’s where I get to do the talking.

The BMS Factory Pillow Talk Racy Flexible G-Spot or Clitoral Vibrator

The BMS Factory Pillow Talk Racy Flexible G-Spot or Clitoral Vibrator is a hand-sized vibrator which is encouraged for use with the G-Spot or Clitoris but which, really, could be used on the nipple, a shaft, or for external perineum massage too.

Due to not having a flared base I would never recommend it for anal use but the rest of its bases are pretty well covered.

Still, G-Spot pleasure seems to be the core focus of the Pillow Talk Racy, as it sports a distinct curve and bulging tip which is reminiscent of pretty much most effective G-Spotting vibrators and dildos. You can’t beat a winning model, after all, and if it ain’t broke then don’t fix it.

The thing that makes the Pillow Talk Racy stand out compared to many different G-Spot vibrators is that, although standard in shape, the Pillow Talk Racy is slim in size. We’re talking 5 inches in total length and with a diameter just under 0.9 inches at the maximum.

Consider the fact that most standard, entry-level vibrators aim for about a 1.25 or 1.5 inch diameter and you can get an idea of how petite the Pillow Talk Racy is in comparison.

This makes the Pillow Talk Racy a perfect option for those who want a slimmer vibrator, either due to personal preference, sexual dysfunction, or as an introduction to penetration.

The Pillow Talk Racy‘s length still allows it to hit the G-Spot and its very flexible shaft means that insertion and G-Spot pressure never feels too firm or harsh for users looking for a gentler approach to penetration and stimulation.

I can feel the Pillow Talk Racy on my G-Spot when using it and find it to be a nice toy for ‘touching base’ without getting that incredibly intense ‘need to pee’ sensation which is so often associated with G-Spot stimulation. This sensation has its place, for sure, but a lot of people find this uncomfortable and off-putting, so it’s nice to have a product which doesn’t fall in to this G-Spotting cliché.

I also find it really nice because it shows users that there is more than one way to feel your G-Spot being stimulated and suggests that you are not broken nor flawed if you don’t like or crave the ‘need to pee’ approach of other toys.

Not too shabby BMS Factory.

The Pillow Talk Racy is made from ABS plastic for the control section and silicone for the rest. This silicone is non-porous, phthalate-free, and completely body safe.

This toy is USB rechargeable and comes with its own storage bag and warranty. It’s waterproof, which makes it easier to clean, and BMS Factory also provide a little scrub brush along with the toy, which is a darling little addition which is unnecessary for the Racy but appreciated nonetheless.

The Pillow Talk Racy works with a single button which cycles through different continual vibration intensities and, let me tell you, ‘intense’ is the right word here.

I remember when you had to break in to £50+ in order to get a slim and short vibrator with sensations worth the plastic it was made of. Now this toy retails at £36 and has powerbullet technology which makes it stronger than some of the older mid-sized vibrator options.

This toy is rumbly, strong, and deep. Granted, there’s still only so much that a 5 inch vibrator can do, but the Pillow Talk Racy managed to offer the maximum in terms of rumbing intensity and a profound sense of power.

When I climax with the Pillow Talk Racy, either internally or externally, I am definitely having a conversation with my pillow, and it is accentuated with strongly vocal exclamations of “Oh my God yes.”

I’m sure my blanket gets in on the conversation too, as my body tenses and my feet curl around each other with seizing satisfaction.

In short, this is a good toy.

‘Good’ but not perfect, as no toy is.

The Pillow Talk Racy‘s weaknesses are a lack of patterns, a single control button the bendable shaft (which not everyone will like) and its charge port.

The charge port, in particular, will off put some people, as it’s a teeny tiny prong which feels very awkward to prod and poke in to the diddy hole you need to insert it in to. I can imagine new toy users worrying that they will break it. I promise you that you won’t but this doesn’t stop it from feeling like you will and that is unavoidably awkward.

Final Thoughts

Outside of these finickity downsides, however, there really isn’t much I can fault the Pillow Talk Racy for and I am actually very excited and enthused by this toy.

If you’re looking for a slimline G-Spot toy, which also works well as a clitoral one, then the Pillow Talk Racy is a clear and affordable winner which I think would work effectively in most people’s collection.

If you’re in the process of using dilators and want a G-Spot option then this is great too.

Heck, even though I typically use larger insertibles, this toy is great for those days where I just don’t feel like filling up in any way but still want that sensation of penetration to some degree.

All told the Pillow Talk Racy is a great offering from BMS Factory with strong vibrations and a solid and accessible shape and I highly recommend it.

Recommend to:

  • People who like rumbly vibes.
  • People looking for a smaller vibe.
  • People who like flexible toys.

Do Not Recommend to:

  • People who prefer larger toys.
  • Pattern lovers.
  • People who likes rigid toys.

The Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator review

Generally when it comes to sex toys, especially G-Spot ones, you can expect a certain shape, size, and design that most companies will rely on in order to achieve user satisfaction.

This isn’t a bad thing: The adult industry have got the G-Spotting shape of toys down to pretty much an art by now and this means that more people get access to more toys which are more likely to leave then gasping with joy.

I’m all for that.

But the typical standard that exists among G-Spotting toys means that when I do see a G-Spot design that is slightly different from the norm I get excited.

What’s more, I hope that the toy is worthy of that excitement (and will deliver additional exhilaration in the bedroom).

The Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator is one of these odd-duck designs that left me intrigued, but does the performance of this toy follow through on the intrigue of its design?

It’s review time.

The Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator

The Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator is a quirky slim vibe that aims for G-Spotting stimulation but can also be used for clitoral stimulation alongside other areas too. As you’d imagine, the lack of a flared base means that the only area that’s really off bounds is the booty and even then we’re talking internal use –  there’s no reason as to why this vibe couldn’t be used to pleasure the rim of a user if such stimulation catches your fancy in the moment, but that’s a bit of an aside.

G-Spotting is the main priority of this toy and its design does clearly reflect this…but in its own quirky way.

A long, smooth shaft stays mostly straight with the Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator before bulging out near the upper section and then segmenting a little bulb at the tip which then has a very slight angle to it.

This gives the Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator a really cute appearance. It sort of reminds me of the Fun Factory Patchy Paul, which looks like a worm/caterpillar and the fact that the Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator is pink really hits this home more.

The bulb of the Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator is nicely flexible and has a little bit of squish to it, though not too much. Think of it like a rubber bouncy ball in terms of squish and you’re in the right ball park (pun intended).

The entirety of the Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator is coated in a nicely smooth, dust-free matte silicone. This makes is phthalate-free, non-porous, and completely body safe which is important. You want your toys to be hypoallergenic and non-porous so that they don’t absorb any fluids during use and then just kind of…fester. Yeeah, this is why jelly, cyberskin, and similar materials should be avoided.

The Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator measures in quite slim. It’s 9 inches in total but the insertible section is about 6.5 inches. The maximum diameter is about 1.25 inches with the bulging shaft being the widest part of this toy.

Due to how subtle this bulge is, however, you rarely notice it during use, at least in terms of expansion. The focus is all on the head and, mmmmmm, this toy has the right angle to make me let out the same noise that a luxurious hot chocolate does (with vegan cream and marshmallows, of course).

I melt when I orgasm with the Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator and with good reason. Not only does the shape of this toy hit the G-Spot with a nice balance of persistence and give (thanks to the angular head) but it also has two motors.

These two motors are rumbly and act just as two motors in a toy should. That being through creating a reverberation which complements and plays off of each other to create an undertone of sublime proportions These vibrations can provide 15 different patterns and by default they seem to pulse and they quiver seamlessly with their powerful impact.

The patterns play off of the fact that this toy has two different motors, which might satisfy those who appreciate patterns but, if I’m being honest with you, I’m not one of those people, so I’m neutral on this fact.

What I do appreciate, on the other hand, is that this toy comes with a storage bag, a 1 year warranty, is completely submersible, and is USB rechargeable.

This is where we get in to downsides, however, as a single 3-4 hour charge only lasts 30-40 minutes on full blast.

The is very pitiful, but I suppose it’s the price to pay for two motors blasting away as they happily do.

A bigger downside is probably the single button that is used for this product, and which won’t agree with everyone. I’m not the biggest fan of single-button toys so I always consider this to be a downside.

Personal preference-wise, the mostly straight shaft of this toy will irk some people, as might the flexibility of its bulbous head (which works well for the toy’s intention but poorly for some people’s favourite methods of play).

I am always appreciative when toys have their own unique design or style but It’s important to note that such a style change does mean that some people just won’t get along with the product.

If this applies to you then write off this toy rather than writing off yourself. Not every product is a winner, after all.

Final Thoughts

I’m a sucker for a strong and rumbly motor and, thankfully for the Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator, this vibe has two.

The admittedly straight shaft and weeble-wobbling head of this toy isn’t going to persuade every potential user, but I personally found it to be enjoyable externally and internally and so have very little to complain about in terms of satisfaction.

I’m not likely to go about shouting that this is the G-Spot vibrator that you need to have in your collection, but I do feel like it would be a positive addition to anyone’s sex toy collection, a good first purchase, and a nicely powerful product for those looking to try out a slightly different design.

The Sensuelle Aimii Flexible G-Spot Vibrator is a nice vibrator with a lot of potential and it’s one that I can recommend to interested users.

Recommend to:

  • People who like strong rumbly vibes.
  • People who like double motors.
  • People who like straighter shafts.

Do Not Recommend to:

  • People who dislike slimmer vibes.
  • People who prefer curved toys.
  • People who dislike dual vibes.

The Original Hitachi Magic Wand review

Can you believe I haven’t reviewed this yet!?

I bet that must sound pretty surreal.

Of course, there’s a reason. As one of the residents of dear old Britain I was rightly informed back in the day that the Original Hitachi Magic Wand had conversion issues with our plugs and converters. As a result, even if I were to purchase it I’d be getting a piss poor or potentially dangerous performance.


Thankfully, though, things have progressed a lot since the dark ages of the sex toy days. Converters are better, the Hitachi does come with a rechargeable version, and the older ‘original’ version is suddenly accessible to me too.

Hitachi also don’t like to be associated with it now that they know that people use their device to get their rocks off. I mean who would have thought something termed as a ‘massager’ was being used in lewd ways *shock of shock*

So, now that this wand-loving Peach has got her hand on the most iconic wand out there what is my verdict?

We’ve got a whole review to find out in.

About My First Blush

But before we flounce on over to reviewing the original powerhouse vibe let’s take some time to give kudos to the company that sent it my way, My First Blush.

My First Blush are an adult online retailer that prides themselves on exceptional customer service, providing high quality products and, most importantly, a sex positive and safe environment for people to explore within.

They have, as part of their policy, a 90 day return and maintain prices which are competitive with quite a few larger retailers.

Discretion is a given but when speaking with My First Blush I felt like this sense of customer care went beyond the ‘ticking the boxes’ standard of some retailers. My First Blush are quite passionate about their customers and their range and this shows.

My wand arrived swiftly and without issue, as did a handy-dandy little discount code just for you.

Use the code PEACHES20 before Valentine’s Day 2019 and you’ll get 20% off.

Now that’s a good deal.

Is it one to use on the Original Magic Wand, though?…

The Original Hitachi Magic Wand



…At least if you have a few specific tastes.

The Original Hitachi Magic Wand is a toy so iconic in the adult industry that I almost feeling silly introducing it, but hey-ho here we go.

This product may look like a piece of early 80’s karaoke equipment but that head of its is likely to cause you to scream off key for altogether different reasons.

The Hitachi Original Magic Wand is the very definition of keeping a sex toy simple and satisfying. Its handle section is so large and well-defined that pretty much anyone could grab this product and get the jist of what they’re meant to do with it whereas its 7.5 inch girthy head gives you an extremely broad scope of sensation.

A simple switch system dictates the use and power of the Original Hitachi Magic Wand. One speed can be described as ‘Holy fucking shit rumble’ whereas the other is ‘Well I guess my toy just took a shot of crack’ to differing effects, but more on that later.

The Original Hitachi Magic Wand is mains powered meaning you will have to think logistically when using this toy.

On the one hand you have absolutely no fear of this toy accidentally turning on if you’ve decided to be bold and take it on the go with you (well done – this toy is hefty). On the other hand you do need to think of if you’re going to logistically be able to plug this toy in to the mains and/or how restricted this might make you.

For example, I recently stayed in a hotel and the only plug sockets were by the desk which was the opposite side of the room from the bed entirely. This meant that, if I had taken the Hitachi with me I would have either had a chair or the floor as my playground. UK peeps like me (or those travelling continental) would then also have to consider converters, which adds to the inconvenience to some degree.

It is, on the other hand, entirely worth it.

Is it wrong to call a sex toy ‘batteringly good’? I feel like it might be but there’s really no other way to describe the Original Hitachi Magic Wand. I feel like this toy is trying to pound me with each application, going in with each point of contact like a battering ram hoping to smash through the cusp of a shatteringly impressive climax.

That’s my experience on the ‘less powerful’ setting, at least.

Ironically, the most powerful setting is just a little too smooth and hum-along for my liking. For sure, if I were chained in to place with it for a forced orgasm I’d be squirming and squealing within minutes but climax results and climax preference are two different things and I just don’t know if I appreciate the refined oomph that comes with the more powerful setting, which is fine by me when the ‘lower’ setting is still outstripping many toys that are only just being released as ‘strong’ on the market.

This toy is a classic for a reason, after all, and many individuals have found a new depth of gratification at the bulbous head of the Original Hitachi Magic Wand.

My only real gripes with this toy would be material and cleaning based.

Because this toy came before the surge of sexual safety that came in the early 2000’s, the Hitachi is sporting a TPE/Rish head, which is slightly porous and best covered during use and cleaned with an anti-bacterial spray. Add to this the fact that, as it’s mains powered, this toy is not waterproof nor submersible and you are left with a bit of kit that is slightly less hygienic then most of us would like nowadays and greatly more irritating to clean.

If this bothers you too much then you’ll be grateful to hear that the rechargeable version does have a silicone head but it is also considerably more expensive.

As it stands the Original Hitachi Magic Wand is affordable, effective, and renowned for just how good it is at brining power beyond some people’s imagination.

I mean, when people are folding towels and placing them in their genitals to create a buffering surface you know you’re on to a winner.

Final Thoughts

My orgasms with the Original Hitachi Magic Wand certainly lived up to my expectations, though this toy did feel a little bit antiquated and, because of this, I wouldn’t rate it as my absolute favourite wand.

Still, I can see why this toy gets a reputation for being toe- curlingly good and I cannot deny the amount I gasped while making myself familiar with this toy’s strong reputation.

‘Strong doesn’t always mean ‘effective’ though, so do keep this in mind if you know that power isn’t your main priority or if you feel like you want a slimmer or more portable vibrator. There are many other exceptional toys on My First Blush and you certainly have options.

For now I can happily add my approval to the large list of adult bloggers who vouch for this vibe and feel like your life would be just that little bit more thrilling with its purchase.

Recommend to:

  • People who like power.
  • People who like wants.
  • People on the fence about this purchase.

Do Not Recommend to:

  • People who aren’t fluid bonded but share toys.
  • People who dislike power.
  • People who dislike mains-powered products.

Jimmyjane Focus Sonic Rechargeable Pinpoint Vibrator review


That’s how I’d describe this toy.

Completely and utterly shrill.

When this toy is turned on it literally shrieks out a loud and high pitched hum that, on first activation, actually gave me more of a shock then the recent ‘horror movies’ that have graces the silver screens (jump scares are not horror. They’re brief shocks. Just sayin’)

It was also when I first heard the sounds that this toy made that I knew it was going to be an interesting review process testing this toy. One way or another, I knew this toy was going to leave an impression with me.

And I wasn’t wrong.

The Jimmyjane Focus Sonic Rechargeable Pinpoint Vibrator

The Jimmyjane Focus Sonic Rechargeable Pinpoint Vibrator is Jimmyjane’s offer in the sonic pulsating market that has previously belonged almost exclusively to Zumio (and with good reason).

These types of toys are all about condensing down everything to the tiniest tip possible. Sensation, pleasure, point of contact; it all gets refined down to a single tip primarily intended for clitoral stimulation and, oh boy, can these toys be intense.

Both the Zumio line and the Jimmyjane Focus Sonic Rechargeable Pinpoint Vibrator have a similar premise, the two deviate in a few core ways. These are worth discussing because if you’re looking at this toy then you’re likely also eyeing up the Zumio range too (and one is currently more expensive than the other).

Whereas the Zumio is lean and long, the Jimmyjane Focus Sonic Rechargeable Pinpoint Vibrator is short and stout.

Where the Zumio is all about letting its tip do the talking, the Jimmyjane Focus Sonic Rechargeable Pinpoint Vibrator offers three different silicone attachments, which buffer the sound and sensation of this product and offer different play styles and sensations.

And where the Zumio feels great the Jimmyjane Focus Sonic Rechargeable Pinpoint Vibrator feels…well…intrusive.

At least to me. But we’ll talk about that in a little bit.

Beforehand let’s go over specs.

The Jimmyjane Focus Sonic Rechargeable Pinpoint Vibrator has a silicone body, a rigid ABS plastic tip, and three silicone sleeves. All of these materials are non porous, phthalate-free, and completely body safe, which is nice.

I was hoping this toy was waterproof (I mean, it does retail at £100 at full price, after all) but it’s actually ‘splash-proof’ which makes it washable and shower-friendly but not bath friendly.

Thankfully this does allow for an easier cleaning time with the Jimmyjane Focus Sonic Rechargeable Pinpoint Vibrator, although it should be said that the inside of the sleeves is almost impossible to clean without a tiny scrubbing brush to help you get in to it. The type used for reuseable straws should suffice, but you can imagine that this adds inconvenience to the whole process.

The Jimmyjane Focus Sonic Rechargeable Pinpoint Vibrator is USB rechargeable and a 90 minute charge will give you 60 minutes of play time. This is adequate but quite irksome is the fact that this toy has a shut off mode. Yup – after 10 minutes of play time this toy will turn  itself off, like a parent who shuts the TV or gaming system down after a designated media time.

That is fucking bullshit from a sex toy.

I can understand it for overheating reasons (though there’s an argument that if your toy overheats after 10 minutes then you shouldn’t be selling it to consumers) but the idea of a power saving nanny feature is beyond irritating.

It’s definitely a minus when it comes to this toy.

On a positive note this toy does come with a storage bag, which is specifically designed for holding a sex toy in terms of bacterial regulation, so that’s nice.

What’s not nice, on the other hand, are the vibrations from this toy.

I’m not going to bullshit you on this – when I applied the Jimmyjane Focus Sonic Rechargeable Pinpoint Vibrator to my body I reached a clenching, climax-mimicking sensation in my body almost instantly. But note that I say ‘mimicking’ rather than considering it an actual climax.

Yes, my vaginal wall’s clenched and my clit pulsed in a “Oh, okay. I guess this is happening” kind of way but my body felt shocked, my mind completely dissatisfied and my clit actually hurt from the sensations of the Jimmyjane Focus Sonic Rechargeable Pinpoint Vibrator. This toy’s vibrations are…well…shriekingly painful, intense, and localized, to the point where your body may respond but you may not even like it during…at least I didn’t.

There really is no backing off with this toy, not even on the lowest setting. You either have to apply the tip or not. Those are your options, and the tip is so small that you’re pretty much locked in to them.

The sleeves help buffer the sensations, for sure, but that also kind of takes away from the point of this type of toy: A pinpoint sonic vibrator is meant to effectively concentrate the sensations of pleasure and climax in a concentrated tip. If they can’t do so without pain or a silicone sleeve to mediate the sensation then they’ve failed as a product.

That said, I’ll humour this toy’s sleeves and give you my two cents on them:

The scooper: Better for being able to play directly on the clit without as much pain but feels like it doesn’t allow for a good fit for all bodies.

The brush: Owch but now with bristles too.

The tulip tip: A similar ouch from before but buffered a bit while still offering a pin-point option. Probably the best of the bunch.

These sleeves are at least easy to apply and remove, so I’m happy that I can report that for you, but when they exist to distract from, rather than complement, the toy’s default sensations then I can’t say I’m impressed.

For those who are curious as to the options this toy has in terms of sensations, there are 4 different intensity levels which range from 120-260 kHz, so enough of a variation for those who like continual vibration, but pattern-lovers would probably find themselves a bit irked by a lack of variation. Such is the nature with these toys however.

The bulbous shape of the handle for this toy is either a pro or a con depending on how you look at it. For me I found it to be a bit awkward to hold in my smaller hands, but I likely the fact that it offered a good area to grip and position this toy with. Those with larger hands would likely appreciate it so I really do think it’s one of the better aspects of this toy.

Mind you…what does that say about the toy overall, really?

Final Thoughts

The shrill, painful, and weirdly faux-climax causing sensations of this vibrator were nothing but a misery masturbation for me and I cannot, in good conscience, recommend this toy to anyone.

Its loud and annoying screams of recognition may be hard to ignore but they certainly fall on deaf ears in terms of attaining praise because I’m afraid I have little positive to say about this vibe.

What I can take from this review (and what I hope helps you) is that the Zumio has perfected its art and is the better purchase by far.

Save yourself the irritation and opt for this option yourself.

You’re worth it.

Recommend to:

  • People who like intense sensations.
  • People who like pin point sensations.
  • People who like options.

Do Not Recommend to:

  • People who dislike shrill sensations or sounds.
  • People who dislike abrasive stimulation.
  • People who dislike Jimmyjane.

“I’d Rather Have a Penis”: What Sex Toys Aren’t

The other day I was doing a fitness course with a bunch of lovely individuals, all of whom were aware that I wrote about sex as part of my career.

It was while deflating a giant watermelon beach ball that the topic inevitably came up again. As I mounted and gripped my thighs around the speckled green surface of the balloon-like mount conversations about sex swings, colour changing cucumbers, and vibrating aubergines inevitably followed.

One of the girls, as part of our chuckling conversation openly exclaimed “I’d just rather have a penis!” and we all let out a roar of laughter. Then some minors entered the area and our explicit conversation faded away as we got back in to fitness mode.

It wasn’t until later that we resumed the conversation, this time in a more muted manner (the lack of an inflatable watermelon between one’s thighs tends to elevate the mood of a conversation, funnily enough). It was during this natter that someone lovingly exhaled again as they said “I just really love cock.”

“Me too” I purred back.

“Really?” they said, seeming surprised. “Then why do you use sex toys”

“Because a sex toy is not a cock” I responded “And I like what they have to offer too.”

There was a moments ponderance.

“Okay, think about it this way. We’re all fitness professionals right?”


“And we know that there are different ways to get an effective workout”

A nod.

“As part of staying fit and healthy bodyweight exercises are amazing. We have, with just our bodies, everything we need to stay fit, healthy, and capable of great things for the rest of our lives. But that doesn’t stop us from enjoying trying other options too”

Another, more agreeing nod.

“A push up is brilliant but sometimes we just really fancy hitting the barbell, or playing around with a balance ball, or even doing something completely crazy like a 2 hour bootcamp session in the mud, rain, and rivers. No equipment that we bring in and enjoy playing with changes the benefits of bodyweight exercises, nor can it ever feel the same, but it’s not trying to, they’re all doing different things and we appreciate and enjoy access to that difference without having to nullify or stop enjoying the benefits of a body.”

There was a moment of thought “…Yeah, that makes sense.”

Then a chuckle.

“God, I’m never going to be able to think of the gym in the same way again!!!”

We all laughed but there was a lot of wisdom in that statement.

What is a gym, after all, if not a place full of objects that aren’t our body but which aim to provide something for our body that we could, if we wished, achieve purely with our bodies alone?

If bodyweight exercises are plain and simple sex then a gym is basically a pleasure palace decked out with every type of sex toy imaginable. Yet we’d never give the same stigma to someone using a barbell to do a bench press rather than a push up that we would someone using a sex toy instead of clawing for cock (or any other genitalia).

Indeed, it seems almost exclusive to sex toys that the idea of bringing in an external force is somehow seen as trying to replace a person’s body part, or in some way trying to be a complete replica of an act or appendage.

Let me be completely frank about this: Ain’t no way that a long rod with a tip the size of a tennis ball and a motor that rivals some washing machines is trying to be a cock. It’s just not even comparable in terms of sensation, shape, or experience.

True, sex toys and sex tend to have similar goals (aka the sexual gratification of all involved), but the process involved is so different that you’re doing both humans and sex toys a disservice to even try and put the two in the same box.

Sex toys belong in the toy box, people are not meant to be put in a box of any kind.

At the end of the day a sex toy has as much of a positive outcome or potential as a dumbbell does. Some will love them, some won’t. Some will have fantastic results, some won’t. And, in all cases, it’s only proper use by a human that will provide the desired outcome.

So, yes, I love cock as much as the next male-interested individual, but I also adore the rumble of my wand, swoon at the sight of a suction toy, and cling to the sheets as I grace my clit with a bullet.

Even among these devices, no two are in anyway similar and each will provide something that is truly and uniquely its own. A butt plug is not a wand, a wand is not a dildo, and a dildo is not a penis, but all of them can be fucking awesome in the right context.

So, next time you find yourself weighing up whether you like genitals or g-spotting vibes stop for a moment and ask yourself how the two could ever match up to each other and, more to the point, as yourself why you’re trying to lock yourself in to just one type of sexual exploration.

As I said before, humans aren’t meant to be relegated to just one box, so deny the reflex to box yourself in to cock/clit or cold turkey.

The world has so much more to offer those who dare.

What I Gain When The Strap Goes On: Strap On Dildos and I

Lifting the lid of my wicker kink basket, I eye up the various different harnesses on offer and go in to deep thought.

Each and every offering has its own style, practicalities, and personality. Very soon one of them will be placed upon my body and then their character will blend with my and accentuate why own features and mannerisms.

Deciding on a slick vegan offering, I pull out my selection and then move to my other drawer. It’s time to select my cock of choice and this, too, is a significant undertaking.

What’s In a Strap On?

The strap on dildo is a rare and venerable object with a history that spans back as far as that of humankind itself.

Evidence has linked strap on devices to as far back as the Upper Palaeolithic period which is about 10,000-50,000 years ago. At least, that’s what Wikipedia tells me. Ancient China, Greece and India have all shown evidence of strap on dildos and in the 19th century artist Édouard-Henri Avril gifted us all with a painting of two ladies indulging in strap on interactions, which I think we can all be thankful of.

A print of the image offers a delightful and mesmerising glimpse in to the two women Avril’s mind conjured in to life. Transparent pastel garment has been tossed underneath a thicker, brown fabric still present at the edge of the bed. One of the ladies featured has stripped away her footwear whereas the one sporting a strap on has paired the choice with strappy sandals too.

Unshaven armpits and a full vulva of hair are clearly on display and although the lady lying down is about to receive the intense gaze and grasping motion of her hand suggests full, dominant confidence. It’s no wonder either, as an additional strap on shown to the side suggests that she has just topped herself.

The intricate interplays of identity, self-confidence, and sexual power are all so wonderfully depicted in this image and all of them are equally at play when I pick my own strap on and strap on dildo.

Strap ons aren’t just for LGBTQI individuals, nor are they strictly just for penetration either. Some of my best experiences have been when I lube up, insert the welcoming bulb of a strapless strap on dildo and then play intimately with my new found shaft.

Each tugging hand sensation makes the bulb inside of me nudge up to my G-Spot, creating subtle sensations which I then clench around to feel with more clarity. Rolling eventually on to my side, I squeeze my thighs together and draw it in further. The climaxes are some of the best.

Strap ons, as I suggested at the start of this article, are also much more about roleplay and persona then some might initially imagine. If I’m wearing a pair of strap on briefs then my demeanour is confident…matcho…perhaps even smug. I feel more intertwined with the masculine elements of myself and may become either a butch lady or a wry male depending on where my genderfluidity takes me. All of this is led by the harness itself, it becomes part of the performative nature of my sexual encounter.

In comparison, my mind lights up with the psychopompic possibilities of this pretty-in-pink strap on suspender set. The dildo is PVC – an unforgivable sin – but my mind doesn’t care. It inserts a Vixen Mustang in to the picture instead and a luminescent rainbow wig. Perhaps a piece of bubblegum which I chew in a cavalier manner before blowing a balloon with it and allowing it to pop as I get down to business satisfying a swooning playmate.

Hit me up if you’re down to clown suspender-style.

Strip the façade away and you’re left with the beautiful simplicity of the entry-level and easy to use introductory strap on set. My early strap on experiences were with such products and I have never lost a fondness for them. Not just because they’re so wonderfully simple to adjust and use but also because they tend to come with a dildo included. The more fun to fuck with the better.

One of the best things about strap ons, however, is that even in the case of those that come with a toy you are never limited to just that toy. Strap on harnesses and strap on dildos represent diversity, freedom, and selection in your own sexual style. As long as the O-Ring insert allows it, you are free to mix and max as you choose and to explore all different types of play.

This is something I personally gain and strongly value from strap ons and why, even when I’m independent of a lover, they play an important role in my sexual identity.

Looking back to Édouard-Henri Avril’s piece I see the commanding potency that strap ons have afforded the women featured and I feel the palpable potential that modern society perhaps underplays. Strap ons nowadays are often seen as either taboo, commonplace, or a novelty. An odd combination.

Still, it’s hard to get frustrated about the seemingly contradictory nature of the public’s response to strap ons, precisely because it is so emblematic of the diverse nature of the objects themselves.

A strap on is, at its core, a tool of transformation and the invitation is gives is one of reinvention, affirmation, or just a damned good fuck.

Of course, I don’t knowingly think about all of this when I pick out my harness and strap on dildo. Instead, I’m left there contending with the extensive selection of shafts that I can adorn in that moment. Because, let’s face it, any dildo can become a strap on dildo if it has a flared base, but what that dildo brings to a sexual session (and to you) is another thing altogether.

Iroha RIN KOGANÉ Silicone Waterproof Clitoral Vibrator review

I’m a very sensual person, and I don’t just mean in terms of sex.

Tactile appeal is important to me in a variety of different ways.

When I was younger (and through to my early twenties) I used to bite my nails. As a teen I would bite pens right down to their nib. And now, as an adult, I still use Rubiks cubes, therapy putty, and squishy kitty toys in times of high anxiety to help give my hands something to do.

I like texture and squishy things are pretty much the best out there in terms of soothing and appeasing my nervous mind and body.

A sex toy with a squishy tip, therefore, sounded like the pinnacle of pleasure to me.

But, as an internet meme once said, “Be careful what you dream for.”

The Iroha RIN KOGANÉ Silicone Waterproof Clitoral Vibrator 

The Iroha RIN KOGANÉ Silicone Waterproof Clitoral Vibrator is a delicate vibrator in almost every sense of the word.

Its dainty design is one of the most sweet and notably plush that I have seen in a while, and I have recently seen vibrators with cutesie anime ice creams on them.

What makes the Iroha RIN KOGANÉ Silicone Waterproof Clitoral Vibrator stand out as such a dainty offering is the subtleties and elegance of its design. The golden yellow picked for its plastic control casing and battery cap is perfectly matched with the extremely light pink that is used for its squishy silicone form.

Firm ABS plastic can be felt throughout the shaft of the Iroha RIN KOGANÉ Silicone Waterproof Clitoral Vibrator but as ou move up its shaft you can feel the bullet-like plastic shape underneath the silicone fade away in to a pretty much fully squishable bulbous head.

Alongside the entirety of this toys body are three gentle indentations which line the toy as if prompting a more streamlined sense of performance even though, in reality, they do very little. The ones on the firmer shaft aren’t pronounced nor firm enough to really be felt and the ones on the bulb are hindered by the squish to the point where they’re not exactly a dance in to the realms of texture, not by any means.

Still, both the ABS plastic and the silicone used are non-porous, phthalate-free, and completely body safe, which is exactly what you’d want from a product. The silicone used is wonderfully smooth and, again, very much fits in to the ‘delicate’ category. I can stroke this toy for ages, smooshing its head and happily running it across my body. It’s almost therapeutic.

This toy sports three different vibration intensities and then a pulsing mode, for people who like to dabble with patterns. A single button controls and filters through these patterns alongside turning the toy one and off. This button has a cherry blossom logo on it, further adding to all of the little details that make this toy a refined offering.

It is sadly not a rechargeable toy but, instead, opts for batteries, with 2 x AAA batteries lasting about 4 hours. This isn’t great in my opinion or, at least, not considering the strength of the vibrations.

When compared to many battery-powered toys now, which have really started to bring in a good punch, the Iroha RIN KOGANÉ Silicone Waterproof Clitoral Vibrator starts so gently that your mobile phone will likely give its vibrations a run for their money (though, admittedly, they wouldn’t hold a candle to its rumble).

The second vibration setting has more potency, similar to a phone, and the third is notably penetrating, but only if you hold the shaft  to your body. As for the squishy tip (ie. the main selling point of this toy) it remains incredibly gentle and never really manages to transfer the vibrations well.

This left me very frustrated with this toy as I could feel there was more strength in it but could never quite attain the right angle or positioning to access the maximum potency that it had to offer, all the while knowing that potency wasn’t too much to start with.

For a power queen like me this is an issue, and is the biggest downside with this toy. I could not climax with this toy. Not a single orgasm. I won’t lie to you and say that I did. It just didn’t happen.

For someone who really does love the subtle approach and having a really intimate, gentle, and purring exchange with their vibrator then you really can’t fault the Iroha RIN KOGANÉ Silicone Waterproof Clitoral Vibrator. It does just that and the only issue is that what it’s offering isn’t something that my body has ever been interested in. For others, it might be the dream.

My only other real issue with the Iroha RIN KOGANÉ Silicone Waterproof Clitoral Vibrator was that its indented cherry blossom on the button and an ‘Iroha’ logo makes this toy slightly harder to clean but considering this toy is waterproof that’s pretty much water off a duck’s back.

The toy itself also manages to be lint-free and, with measurements of 1.37 inches in diameter, 5.82 inches in total length, and 4.5 inches in insertible length it’s easy for people to play around with penetration using the Iroha RIN KOGANÉ Silicone Waterproof Clitoral Vibrator, though I personally found its design to be better suited for external attempts of play.

Iroha suggests that the tip makes insettion easy but do be careful of the fact that it weeble wobbles a bit when inserting. This doesn’t hinder use but it is something to consider and, again, is a personal preference in many regards.

Final Thoughts

Overall the Iroha RIN KOGANÉ Silicone Waterproof Clitoral Vibrator is a lovely little vibrator but its gentle form is followed by gentle vibrations and pretty much secures this toy’s position as one for those who like things to be timid and tame.

This isn’t a bad thing in the right conditions. It definitely prompts users to take a more subtle approach to their body and play and helps create a real sense of self-empowerment through subtlety, but it does nothing for people like me who are loud and product with their vibrations and play style.

If you’ve read through this review you likely know if this toy is for you or not. It wouldn’t be one I’d recommend to a person such as myself but I really can’t fault it in terms of catering to the audience it’s intended for and thing it will make the right user feel like they’ve finally discovered a kindred device.

Recommend to:

  • People who like softer vibrations.
  • People who like diffused vibrations.
  • People who like squishy toys.

Do Not Recommend to:

  • People who like strong vibrators.
  • People who like direct vibrations.
  • People who like firm toys.

The Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand review

I never knew just how much I wanted a weebly-wobbly wand until suddenly the Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand arrived at my door.

Placing it in my hand, I was shocked when I lifted it up to find its arrow-like wand head flop affectionately to one side, as its weight naturally displayed the true flexibility of this flailing new offering from Ann Summers.

From that moment on I was just a little bit more smitten with this product.

I’ve reminisced about this before but it bares repeating; When I was younger my iconic ‘I want it’ sex toy was the dildo that was flung about in American Pie 2. Not because I have a fetish for harmful toys, but because the amount that it wiggled and jiggled caught my eye so much that ever since I’ve been seeking a toy with equal gusto.

I have to admit, I didn’t expect that toy to be a wand, but here we are.

The Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand

The Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand retails at £95 and is part of Ann Summers’ new ‘Flex’ range.

This wand was made to be ‘flexible and fun’ and to navigate difficult parts of the body via its much more malleable form.

When I read this description prior to receiving the product I assumed this meant that the Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand would have a internal bending point which you could then adjust and leave to stay in place during use, but no. This toy is a floppy, wobbly joy of a toy to hold in the hand and happily jiggle about. It’s also like the wand equivalent of jelly it’s so fun to play with, and I have swirled it around over head like an erotic helicopter.

It’s potential to lift me to new orgasmic heights? I didn’t know at the time, but nor did I care in that moment.

The Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand is covered in a gorgeously smooth matte silicone and has a sleek and tapered design.

Both the wand head and its insertible handle-shaft hybrid and made to be slim at the tip before expanding out to meet its user’s expanding possibilities. I was dubious about this at first (wand heads are usually bulbous) but the Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand’s wand head actually fit very comfortably against my labia and happily beckoned my clit when put in the right position.

In theory I assume that you could bend the Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand’s internal shaft and insert it while also using the wand tip on your clit. God knows, it has two motors which can activate either unilaterally or simultaneously to facilitate such explorations, but I personally found trying to do so to be a cumbersome endeavour.

The Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand is flexible but it still measures in at 9 inches total, with its insetible length being about 3 inches and a max dimeter of 1.3 inches, so not really the type of length or shape that I would like to try and fold in to my own personal anatomy.

What I do appreciate about the Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand’s insertible section, however, is the fact that it is slightly slimmer and more accommodating then some introductory wands or insertibles, such as this one, meaning that even those new to sex toys can safely and happily approach this wand.

Some wands are huge and some people don’t want that, the Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand offers a much smoother, slimmer, and more sophisticated alternative.

As mentioned before, the Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand has two motors and these are controlled via the 3 different buttons on its front panel. From this you can explore 10 different vibration functions – continual and pattern-based – meaning there is a nice amount of variation for those who do like to dabble with patterns.

I found this panel easy to use and that’s quite impressive, given that this toy does have two different motors to contend with. I never really felt frustrated when using or switching between settings and was left to happily play with the different intensities.

Speaking of those intensities, the only real thing that lets the Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand down for me personally is its vibrations. They start with depth but they also start smooth and buzzy and I am not a smooth and buzzy type of gal. I can’t really say that this ever improves as your ramp up the power. The depth is always present and it reverberates more with each intensity incrementation but it’s still more of a reassuring hum rather than a full-on rumble.

Because of this I can orgasm with the Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand but I find those orgasms to be just okay…passable…nothing special…and then I feel let down because I adore just how much you can bend and swish this toy around in the hand only to find that it flops in the wrong way when applied to the clit or in the vagina.

Not everyone will have this experience, and if you like smoother strength from your toy then the Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand definitely delivers, but I was hoping for the sex toy equivalent of a punchy Indian takeaway and had a Mac and Cheese turn up instead. Mac and Cheese is nice. Loads of people love Mac and Cheese, but it’s hardly going to leave me with a chest-bracing, toe-curling sensation afterwards.

The Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand is fully rechargeable via USB and is waterproof, it comes with a guarantee and I’m happy to say that both the shaft and the head are firm where they need to be and floppy mainly in the centre of the handle.

Still, I know that flexibility is not everyone’s cup of tea either and those who like to force their toy firmer in to their body will find themselves frustrated as the Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand intuitively shies away.

This might just be a divisive toy.

Once of the clearer objective downsides of this product is the fact that it is a dust and fur magnet. I own a very fluffy cat and the Flex had absolutely no chance. Cleaning this toy thoroughly will be a must.

If using this toy as a folded dual stimulator it’s also important to note control placement so that you don’t accidentally fold them on to your clit and away from your hands. This isn’t a con but it is something to consider for effective play.

Final Thoughts

Would I recommend the Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand?

Yes, but probably not at its full retail price.

The Ann Summers Flex Rechargeable Wand is an interesting toy with a design that brings out my full whimsy and leaves a smile on my face, but a smile and an O-face are too very different things and I kind of want my sex toys to prioritise the O-face more.

If you’re more keen on a smooth ride then you might still appreciate this toy and gain a lot out of it at RRP but I do think it would pay to visit Ann Summers and trial it on your hand before buying.

I love the premise and design of this toy, I just wish it had some more rumble to bring to the table for its price tag.

Recommend to:

  • People who like smooth vibrations.
  • People who want a flexible vibrator.
  • People who like smaller wands.

Do Not Recommend to:

  • People who like rumbly vibrations.
  • People who dislike floppy toys.
  • People who don’t think the price tag is right.