Mar 202011
 

Garnet from MyPleasure.com thought I’d enjoy the rumbly power behind the Lucky 13 vibrator in Evolved’s Roulette line, and she was right. It is rumbly, it is powerful and even if the patterns on the silicone part don’t make sense to me I certainly appreciate how it all feels.

Evolved is infamous for their different approach to packaging. Some come in metal tins that latch; their “bottle rocket” line came in packaging that looked like a bottle, complete with old-style metal cap. This line comes in a clear hard plastic box that latches. Not exactly discreet and in the end it takes up more space than if you just found a toy bag for the vibrator. Other than the wheel-instead-of-buttons approach, I’m not sure what else they’re doing for this line to name them all after gambling terms/games. But I have to admit, the wheel in place of buttons is novel. It’s a plastic wheel with colored silicone stripes for easier gripping with lube-y fingers. The only downside is that during use you likely won’t ever turn the wheel the direction you actually want to go in, unless this vibe becomes an oft-used favorite.The wheel can be accessed from two sides of the handle so if you hold it right you can go up and down the speeds with just one hand.

The Lucky 13 vibrator is marketed as a g-spot toy because the end of it curves up a little bit. Personally it’s not the right shape or curve for my g-spot, but then again I’m picky. The shaft of the toy does have some bendability to it, particularly dead center so it could be made to curve even more by manipulating the handle once it’s inserted. The motor seems to be concentrated up at the g-spot tip which also means that this vibe can work nicely on your clit.

At lower speeds I found the noise level to be somewhat quiet but at the top speed it was pretty noisy. It’s a lot less noticeable though if you’re using it internally. I personally  just happen to prefer using this one externally so the noise won’t be masked at all. But I would never agree with the description that says it’s “amazingly quiet”. Really though, what vibrator worth it’s salt in power is going to be “amazingly quiet”? MyPleasure gives it a noise level rating of 2 but I’d even ramp it up closer to 4 at the highest speed when not used internally.

The insertable portion itself though is pretty girthy so even if it fails you on the g-spot angle it can be used as a great, rumbly-girthy vibrator. It’s around 1 3/4″ at the widest point.

While the insertable portion is the very easy-to-clean darling material silicone, the handle is hard plastic. A cleaning caveat is that the connection point between silicone and plastic leaves quite hiding spot for nasties and dried up lubes/fluids. The silicone isn’t the shiny/sticky variety so it won’t attract lint to rival a Swiffer, but it will require a little more lubrication than you might use with other toys. Follow the rules for silicone care/cleaning and lube use!


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