Sex Toy Reviews
I’ve been a sex toy tester since 2013. Since then, I’ve reviewed hundreds of products including: vibrators, wands, jiggle balls, clitoral stimulators, G spot stimulators, couples’s toys and more.
Featured brands have included: LELO, Fun Factory, Adrien Lastic, Pipedream, Pretty Love, TENGA, Bijoux indiscrets, Svakom, and many more.
Most of my sex toy reviews are in Spanish:
Last year I decided to create more content in English and that’s when I introduced the Sex Toy Laboratory. It’s main aim is to bring more humour into sex toy video reviews.
You will find some of my sex toy reviews below.
Flirty & Sassy from the Pillow Talk range from BMS Factory – Review
Earlier this month, I had the privilege of dropping by the BMS Factory booth at EroFame. I distinctly recall marvelling at their Pillow Talk range and then thinking to myself: ‘I have that pleasure to look forward to when I get home.’
Flirty and Sassy were already in my ‘in-tray’ of sex toy boxes waiting to be tested and reviewed under the strict conditions of my Sex Toy Laboratory. I was intrigued by their soft feminine colours and bling button, as they dazzle with Swarovski crystal.
Gbulb from Gvibe – Review
And then the Goddess said: Let there be light! She switched the Gbulb on and, instead of illuminating, it vibrated. ‘F**k the light, let there be orgasms instead’ she exclaimed and proceeded to stimulate her throbbing clitoris with Gbulb.
Dalia from Desirables – Review
I’ve tested a fair few porcelain dildos in my time, and I have to confess that Dalia from Desirables is by far the best. Some of the previous ones have been hollow and more suited to external temperature play shenanigans with a willing partner. This one, on the other hand, is solid and feels much safer for penetration than others that I’ve tried.
Zeus from Pomello – Review for Gadgets with Benefits
All of those conventional pleasures are readily available with a standard rabbit vibrator. An even better offering can be found by exploring Zeus from Pomello; it comes packaged with a free set of Kegel balls. Zeus has a pleasing, ergonomic, shape that was designed by a certified OBGYN. It has 2 motors – one for the clitoris and another located in the shaft. They can be controlled individually and supply up to 81 different vibration combinations. One thing I love about individual controls is that I can enjoy one of the motors on a continuous mode and the other one with either waves or pulsating vibrations. Mmm.
Le Wand Petite – Review
I haven’t stopped using the Le Wand Petite since I unboxed it earlier this week. I’ve been using it every night before bed and every morning when I wake up at the crack of dawn. It’s proving itself to be the perfect end – and beginning – to my Autumn days. It goes without saying that I’ll still be using it even after this review has been completed. It has 10 vibration settings and 6 levels of intensity, it has a flexible neck and a travel lock function.
Touch from Swan Solo – Review
Touch by Swan Solo is a clear example of how the rabbit vibrator has developed. What really intrigues me about this sex toy is that the clitoral competent is almost more significant than the vaginal element. Size is not as important as people might think. The shaft is wide at the base and then is narrow and pointy at the tip, allowing for precise G spot stimulation. The clitorial arm is incredibly flexible so the toy will adapt women of all anatomies. I researched the clitoral – vaginal distance in women and toys a few years ago. Given that this distance varies in all toys and women, it’s essential that these elements can adapt to satisfy different anatomies