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.

Review: Blush Gaia Eco

The Gaia Eco is one of the most affordable vibrators on the market that still delivers a rumbly vibration and is made from a body-safe material. It’s also made with the environment in mind! The Gaia Eco is biodegradable and creates less greenhouse gas emission than any other sex toy.

Review: Zumio X

The Zumio X is a powerful clitoral vibrator that focuses on strong pinpoint stimulation instead of the broad vibration of a wand. The Zumio X isn’t for the faint of heart but if you’re into extreme intensity, I can’t recommend it enough.

Review: Hitachi VS Doxy

The Hitachi Original Magic Wand is perhaps the most well-known external vibrator of the 21st century. However, the increasingly popular Doxy Wand is a worthy competitor to challenge the original Hitachi. Find out which vibrator gives you a run for your money!