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Toy: Pauline
Reviewer: Naiad
Manufacturer: Fun Factory
Categories:VibratorsFor Women
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Review:
There's nothing more reliable than a good dual action vibrator. The combination of a twirling, massaging shaft filling me up and a clitoral vibration brings me guaranteed ecstasy every time. You can my astonishment when this promising looking toy didn't do it for me. It didn't even come close.

It's a whimsical toy, bright blue in colour and made of practical, easy to clean silicone. 5 1/2" long, 1 5/8" (supposedly but more on that later) in diameter with infintely variable speed to both shaft rotation and vibration, it is powered by 4 x AA batteries. With a g-spot bend at the head and firm yet flexible shaft I looked forward to my first encounter.

After a little self-seduction and nipple teasing I don't usually need any extra lubrication with any of my current favourites but found the large base to be a rather tight fit so lathered it up with plenty of lube and managed to squeeze it in to a suitable depth. A little internal muscular play didn't yield the usual delight as I found the bend in the head is perhaps a bit inadequate and the head itself a bit small in relation to the shaft. I tried working it in and out like a dildo but the large base made this uncomfortable and excessive flex in the head made it unrewarding.
Never mind - that's why it has batteries! Turning on the oscillating part I shivered in anticipation.

Nothing. Hmmm.. wait, yes, it is moving. Turn up the dial. Still very little. Beginning to get a little frustrated I began to work the shaft with my muscles which usually intensifies the sensations but in this case caused the engine to labour and the oscillation to pretty much grind to a halt. The thought that you're about to strangle your toy to death is somehow disturbing.

I resolved to relax and not make the poor thing work too hard. Turning on the vibrating clit tickler I met further frustration. Inserted to a comfortable depth it didn't reach my clit. Angling it so that it did meant that the head was well clear of my g-spot. Shoving it further in (and I mean shoving) meant that it was uncomfortably tight and again the head was well past my g-spot. Sigh.

At this point I withdrew the toy, turned it upside down and tried to use the clit-tickler only. This was adequate though extremely awkward. It delivers a moderate vibration trasmitted well through the silicone but in the end I tossed it aside and went back to the tried and true two-handed oscillating/tickling finger combination. Cheaper, easier and definitely more effective.


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