Hey all! I have quite the queue of sex toys that I’ve been meaning to review. The pile keeps growing and it’s been giving me such anxiety, that I’ve decided to do some mini reviews all in one post! In this Review Roundup, the theme is vibrators! I have a cheap bullet kit, a fancy anniversary collection and a great rumbly (and squishy) clit vibe, that all are good in their own ways…
Aria Hot Tongue
The Aria Hot Tongue is a vibrator kit, that comes with a rechargeable bullet vibrator and a silicone sleeve to insert the bullet into. The sleeve is shaped to resemble a tongue, making it a perfect toy for those who like grinding into their sex toys. The silicone is velvety soft and matte, but dense and without bounce; great for those who like more hard materials on and in their bits.You can use the tongue both internally or externally too, making it great for a variety of genitals!
The bullet itself if fairly strong in power, but I would say it runs on the buzzier side of vibrations. If you’re new to sex toys and don’t already have an affinity for any wand vibes yet, the Aria Hot Tongue would do just the trick to get you off. You can use it inside and outside of the sleeve, however I found that the vibration intensity was muted while inside the tongue, making it a pass for power queens like myself, but a good toy to consider for those who like their stimulation more subtle and indirect.
The whole kit is $35, a steal in my opinion, as the toy is rechargeable, waterproof and versatile! If you’re looking for a subtle toy, or maybe your first or second sex toy, the Aria Hot Tongue is a good one to get!
Thanks to SheVibe for sending the Aria Hot Tongue my way! Get it from them for $35 USD.
We-Vibe Anniversary Collection
To celebrate ten whole years of being in business, We-Vibe released the Anniversary Collection, which included a limited edition We-Vibe Sync and Tango. The two are both coated in a gorgeous iridescent purple/blue colouring, and come in a rechargeable case together. The Tango has the same motor as it’s previous version, but it’s charging port was updated to work with the rechargeable case. One of the very few issues users have with the Tango is it’s charging mechanism, so I was happy to see an improvement on it that made it easier to use. The Sync has no changes to it from the one currently sold separately.
The package also came with a We-Vibe portable charger (can be used with sex toys or phones haha), a calendar, and a cute little thank you note, all wrapped up in purple paper! We-Vibe’s packaging is always on point, and it made me feel like a beauty guru opening up a personalized PR pack.
Typically, I would have given this a full review, but unfortunately, the Tango part of the Collection ran away on me and is currently missing in action. I’ve been looking for it for over a month, and I’m incredibly sad that I wasn’t able to use it that much before it left me (especially since my og Tango died on me the day it arrived). Oh well.
If you’re in the market for both the We-Vibe Sync and the Tango, or are just the We-Vibe fan that I am, then this is the collection to get. The Tango’s charging mechanism, combined with the cute case and the purple flair, makes the Anniversary Collection perfecto!
Thanks to We-Vibe for sending me the Anniversary Collection! You can get it for $217 USD at SheVibe.
The Kushi, apart of the Iroha+ line, is the upgraded version of the Midori, which I reviewed last November. It boasts two additional power settings (a total of 6 + two patterns), waterproofness and a stronger motor. It was fairly easy to tell in use that their noted changes from the original line were actual improvements, making the toy better than the Midori. My main issue with the Midori was it’s motor wasn’t up to par (it was rumbly but on the weak side), but the Kushi is much more powerful. If the Midori was a soft purr, the Kushi would be a steady growl. Aside from the motor being stronger, the shape also makes it stand apart from the Midori. The motor is located close to the pinpointed tip of the the shell exterior. Because of the material, I can get squishy pinpoint stimulation that doesn’t hurt my clit if I press to hard.
The material is exactly the same as its predecessor, except modelled into a beautiful shell shape, continuing the beach vibes the iroha line gives off. Here’s what I had to say about the material in my last review:
“The vibrator is mainly made out of outer silicone pocket, the innards filled with a polyurethane elastomer. The former is a porous material but with silicone layer keeping it securely inside, it’s safe to use. The effect of the combination of these materials is genius. The toy is squishy and satisfying and reminds me of kneading dough. You can pinch and scrunch [the Kushi] under your fingers and rub it around like one of those squishy cat bellies. It’s amazing and is like nothing else on the market. The motor is inside a hard inner core that is attached to the exposed button panel on the underside of the toy.”
If you want a toy that’s both pinpoint and broad, that’s squishy and absolutely adorable, I definitely recommend the Kushi. It comes in a cute plastic terrarium that doubles as a charger, and it’s completely waterproof (unlike the Midori). It’s my pick out of the two!
Thanks to ihora for sending me the Kushi to review! You can buy it at SheVibe for $100 USD.