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Review: Form 6

Review: Form 6

I’ve been dreading writing this review. I’ve been putting it off. I’ve been typing and deleting, trying to form sentences that adequately explain my feelings without sounding like a total grump. But I’m going to sound like a grump no matter what, because I really don’t like the Jimmyjane Form 6. Sometimes, I come quite close to loathing it. A few people like this toy, and I objectively see why: it’s rechargeable, waterproof, has dual motors, is double-ended, and feels unique both externally and internally. That is all true, but for me, using the Form 6 puts me in a bad mood. The Form 6 is an expensive ($175) silicone vibrator. Due to the motors inside, the whole toy is hard as a rock. It’s . . . read more

The fatal flaw of the Jimmyjane Form 2

The fatal flaw of the Jimmyjane Form 2

The Jimmyjane Form 2 was so close to perfect. Until it wasn’t anymore. I started noticing, while using the Form 2, that the vibrations shift. Seemingly out of nowhere, they migrate out of the ears — where they belong — and into the base. The motor starts whining loudly, and the vibrations on my clit become very diffuse and weak, so it’s nearly impossible to orgasm. This freak-out can only be rectified by pulling the toy away from the body. And this is not something that happens only sometimes. It happens constantly, rendering the Form 2 useless as a clitoral stimulator. Especially a $145 one. [Update, 02-15: Shawna at Sex Siopa had a new Form 2 sent to me in . . . read more

Hell Yes: Cobra Libre

Hell Yes: Cobra Libre

[Update: It exists! Buy the Cobra Libre at Babeland, GoodVibes, SheVibe, Pleasure Chest, Lovehoney, or directly from Fun Factory.] I think Fun Factory is definitely onto something with the Cobra Libre. I’ve been wondering when someone would harness the power of vibrations in a penis-oriented toy, and here it is, right before my eyes: The Cobra Libre isn’t meant to envelope the entire cock, but rather to focus on stimulating the head. And with DUAL MOTORS that operate independently, I have no doubt it will do that fantastically. My recent experience with dual motors convinces me of this. Fun Factory boasts: Two powerful motors release pulsing vibrations just underneath the sensitive penis glans providing right-on-the-spot stimulation . . . The sporty, . . . read more

Review: Form 2

Review: Form 2

[Note: I no longer recommend the Form 2. Read why here. Additionally, I find it far too buzzy these days, and I much prefer the Rabbit Bullet, Snazzy, or Volta.] It’s the tweezers! The tooth! The chopsticks! Or… the rabbit ears, if you want to be boring. It’s the Jimmyjane Form 2, a two-pronged pipsqueak that I’ve lusted after for a while now. Yes, I finally got my grubby hands on it, and I must say — this is definitely a unique toy. So unique, yes, that it may almost be worth its $145 price tag. I’ll give you a hint: dual motors. Per Jimmyjane’s standard, the Form 2 comes in a classy box, and features the slogan “Sensation in Stereo.” Remember . . . read more

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