Jan 152017
 
Sola Pip Remote Control Vibrator

The Sola Pip is a moderately-priced remote-controlled vibrating egg that overpromises and underdelivers. Even at the not-astronomical price of $93, it feels overpriced for the fake-out “rumbly” motor and the cheap remote control that leaves the remote-holder clueless.

Jan 012017
 
Oh What a Year

Traditionally, a lot of the things in this post have been included in my Best & Worst Sex Toys lists but I decided that for 2016, I had a lot to say just about sex toys, and sex toy companies. But also that I had a lot to say about the year in general. I […]

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Dec 252016
 
The Best Sex Toys of 2016

Due to something that was an experiment-turned-Big-Thing1, I wrote more frequently this year than I have in recent years. I’m branching out a little with this list to talk about sex toys I loved, loathed, wanted to love, and hope to love. Sometimes though I couldn’t pick one item so there’s also a few companies […]

Dec 122016
 
Mystic Rechargeable Wand

Five years ago I first reviewed the Mystic Wand and the two companion versions – the (old style) Mystic Rechargeable Wand and the Mini Magic Wand. In 2011 I wanted to like rechargeable vibrators more than I did; but the idea of having to pause only to swap out batteries felt more logical to me […]

Dec 012016
 
Womanizer PRO40 Review

The Womanizer PRO40 is practically perfect in every way. Until recently, Womanizer remained an overpriced, luxury item. When you get it in your hands it doesn’t feel quite as well-made as some brands. It lacks the pretty, “classic”, refined beauty that has drawn people to Lelo, L’amourose, Je Joue etc. And while $99 for the […]

Nov 292016
 
The Amazon Sex Toy Cleanup Project

Recently I posted an article calling out Tracy’s Dog for being a shady, shady brand. This isn’t the first time I’ve purposely purchased a sex toy from Amazon suspecting bad results (see also: Glass safety post, Silica Gel post) but it’s the first time I took a leap of faith and committed to filing a report with Amazon. If more folks would file reports, and go beyond just leaving a 1-star customer review, we might be able to slowly whittle away at all of the counterfeit products and the incorrect material claims. Here are all the various things you can do:

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