A few weeks ago, I wrote about how I was going to write some sex toy reviews. If you want to know more details about that I suggest you read my post entitled I Love Getting Mail. Now without further ado here is the first sex toy review published on Cuntlove.
The first toy I tried out for this Cuntlove experiment is named after the goddess of love Aphrodite. I can see where they got the name, because it is a rather intimidating massager, both in size and strength.
If you look at the head of the beast on the picture I included, you can see that on one side you can fit one of the three attachments that come with it for a variety of sensations. Personally, I’m not a fan of the “ribbed for her pleasure” attachment, but I’d wager that’s more of a personal taste than anything else. What’s interesting is that the reverse side of the head of the massager warms up when it’s on the lower speed. All you need to do is flip it over to indulge in some temperature play. Also beware that the high speed is mighty strong, I’d recommend building up to it or using a buffer of some sort.
What I like best is the length and girth of the handle. Let’s face it sometimes, depending on the sex toy, the length of your arms and the position you are in, it can be a pain in the ass to get a good grip on your vibrator, but there is no such worry with the Aphrodite. Grab on with two hands and go buck wild if you want to.
This is also my first rechargeable toy and I like it. No more buying batteries, all you need to do is plug it in the wall and you’re set to go. Well, actually that’s not entirely true, because if the Aphrodite’s rechargeable battery is completely and utterly dead you’ll have to wait a while before you can use it to its full advantage, which is a little bit of a draw back. I don’t know about you, but I don’t exactly plan my masturbatory sessions in advance. Unless, that is, I’m away from home, find myself really horny and plan on doing something about it when I get back to my place. I suppose that can count as planning it.
An interesting tidbit is the box it comes in, the entire front panel of the box is detachable and opens up to reveal a pretty comprehensive diagram of the vulva and where it’s erogenous zones are, which for the sake of argument is pretty much everywhere, but it can be helpful for those who would like to locate the sweet spots. The Berman Institute manufactures this particular sex toy and it might please you to know that they have received Oprah’s seal of approval. I’m not a fan of Oprah myself, but I have to admit that when she endorses a product, especially sex toys, it does make me pause and take a look around. The old gal might have some kink in her after all.