Review: Zumio E

The Zumio E is the newest in a line of three sonic vibrators that deliver intense pinpoint stimulation right where you need it. The new curved metal tip isn’t the only difference between this and the older Zumios, though!

Review: Xocity 3-in-1 Waterproof Rabbit Vibrator

This Xocity rabbit vibrator has multiple vibrating, flicking, and thrusting settings to be sure you find one that works for your body. The arm extension has a silicone tongue for clitoral stimulation and the whole arm easily bends to accommodate different bodies. If you’re interest in thrusting toys but can’t afford more luxury brands, this is good a body-safe alternative.

Review: OhMiBod Esca 2

The Esca 2 is a remote-controlled, app-compatible, G-spot vibrator by OhMiBod. With four different ways to control it and the ability to pair with app users all over the world, the Esca 2 opens up a world of possibilities–to at least some of its users.

Review: Satifyer High Fashion

The Satisfyer High Fashion uses air-pulsing technology to stimulate the clitoris. It feels a lot like the sensations of oral sex and can be used underwater for added fun. Is this newer toy worth the higher price tag than past models, though?

Review: Fin Finger Vibrator

The Fin is a vibrator by Dame products that is held between two fingers and used as an extension of your body during solo or partnered sex. Fin has is made of silky smooth silicone, has a rechargeable battery, and a simplistic and splashproof design. Will this tiny toy hold its own against sex toys with larger motors?

Review: We-Vibe Moxie

The Moxie is a discreet clitoral vibe that stays in place on your panties using magnets. It can be controlled via a wireless remote or the We-Vibe app for subtle public teasing. Whether you’re planning a romantic date night out or just want to wear it around the house, it’s a fun way to spice up any mundane activity.

Review: SVAKOM Siren

The Siren is a curvaceous delight with not one but two vibrating ends. It features strong vibrations, is completely waterproof, and is definitely versatile. Whether you’re attracted to its flickering tongues or the bulbous insertable handle, the Siren has something for you.

Review: DORR Avond Wand

The DORR Avond is a seamless silicone wand that’s completely waterproof, travel-friendly, and rechargeable. On paper, it looks like everything I look for in a sex toy. It even has a “turbo-mode” vibration setting! Will this compact beauty win me over or leave me hanging?

Review: Je Joue Mimi Soft

The Mimi Soft is an external vibrator that is smooth, sleek, and has just a bit of “squish” in the tip. While its lower-end vibrations are not Earth-shattering, it makes a nice addition to your toy box if you don’t need a powerhouse and prefer something that can go from broad vibration to pinpoint by just angling it differently.

Review: ZALO Baby Star

The Baby Star is an app-controlled silicone vibrator that can easily be used solo in bed or subtly in a crowded restaurant with a partner. With a baby pink appearance, beautiful packaging you’ll definitely want to keep, and 18K gold-plated features, this is one sex toy fit for a princess.

Review: SXOhh Sixty

SXOhh is a new brand made in partnership with Nu Sensuelle. So far, SXOhh’s only product is a vibrator model called “Sixty,” and normally, I’m skeptical of new brands with only a single product on the market but in this case, I’m incredibly thankful that I gave them a try.

Review: Fun Factory Laya 2

Even though the Laya 2 is meant to be used while lying on one’s back, the best pleasure I got from it was from riding it. It has some decent power, but the execution of this toy being used as a “lay on” vibrator just wasn’t realistic for me so I encourage folks to use this toy differently than expected.