L’Amour Seduction Vibrator – Sex Toy Review

This month’s Cal Exotics sexpert review is for the L’amour Seduction vibrator – a dual stimulation vibrator that looks absolutely nothing like a rabbit – or any other animal for that matter – thank god! Sadly though the lack of animal reference isn’t enough to salvage this toy and land it in any decent position within my toy box.

The Important Info

Manufacturer: California Exoticslamour seduction rabbit style vibrator

Materials: Silicone covered body with hard ABS plastic base

Powered By: 2 x AAA Batteries

Size: Overall Length 8″, shaft is 5″ long with a 4.25″ girth. The clitoral arm is around 2.25″ long and 2.75″ around

Colors: Baby Blue, Pastel Pink and a light lilac purple

Lube Compatibility: Water based is always best with Silicone and you need a lot with this toy

Vibration settings: 7 different vibration settings – 3 levels of intensity + 4 patterns that are cycled through using just one control button

Other Features: Waterproof and has dual motors

Price: RRP $55.99

Review

I’ve reviewed quite a few rabbit vibrators now and tried even more – more than I can recall to be honest and this is going to be one of the ones I don’t remember. It has a few features I like, but then the same features have some negative drawbacks which leaves it in a bit of a no mans land for me. Sure I can see that it might be a great vibrator for some, but not me.

The things I do like about it include how easy it is to use. It features a 2 button only interface that’s intuitive to use. One button switches the toy on and off – great for those who live in places that aren’t masturbation friendly zones, who may need an instant off switch if invaded by kids or room mates. The second button cycles through the 7 different vibration settings. The first 3 are low, medium and high constant vibrations, which are followed by 4 patterns.

Now as I said some of the things I love also have negative drawbacks – the easy 2 button interface doesn’t allow me to take any control over the dual motors that are placed at the base of the clitoral arm and at the tip of the shaft. If I’ve got two power sources I want to be able to manipulate and enjoy them both, and not just in a synchronised buzz.

It is rather quiet, one of the selling points of the toy – but sadly what you give up in noise you also loose in power. I found that even on the high settings I couldn’t feel the internal vibrations and the ones on my clit were quite buzzy and difused at the surface rather than travelling deep into the pleasurable points under the skin.

It’s a good length, no uterus stabbing action going on and it is incredibly flexible. The issue is the wrong part of the toy is doing the flexing. The shaft can be easily bent back 180 degrees, whereas the clitoral arm, the piece that needs to be flexible to create a range of intensities to suit the user as well as to adjust to their anatomy is almost rock hard. With even just some mild thrusting it felt like I was trying to sandpaper my clit with a screwdriver. An issue that no amount of lube seemed to abate.
To top it all off it comes in that dreadfully crappy, signature cal exotics packaging. The clear plastic container that never stays closed and gets crushed ridiculously easyily during transport.

So this isn’t a vibe I’m going to tell friends about or really reccommend full stop. It’s just so – blah. Or what my kid calls ‘Meh’. It’s a bit of a nothing that will fall to the bottom of a toy box and get forgotten about, or put in the pile for donation to the vibratorless out there. I want to give it just a single star, but the fact that its sterilisable and could possibly go on to find a home that may appreciate it I’ll crumble and stretch it to two stars. A just barely 2 stars though.

★★☆☆☆

Til next time freakazoids

Violet xx

 

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