Hello and welcome to a new topic I plan to cover every month: Sex Toys. Is the subject taboo? Do you ever mention toys at parties? Well, if not, how do we learn about these interesting items?
Do we fork over hard earned cash and hope for the best? After all, I don’t think many of us would have the cajones to actually return a product we’ve used… er… um… intimately. Not to mention most places won’t take the item back!
Stop here every month and see what I’ve tried and maybe visit some links where you can check out other reviews by real people who bought the item from an online retailer.
I promise the sites will never be something you could get arrested for visiting and you won’t have to worry about opening at work unless otherwise noted.
The first item I’m reviewing is one I’ve mentioned in my debut novel, Vampire Vacation. I’ve given this item as gift and talked about it with friends from my book club who read my manuscript before it was published. All users had glowing things to say.
Ah… a nifty gadget with pictures for an instruction manual. The product bills itself for both male and female use and after trying it, I can understand how it would stimulate the prostrate, so why not?
It has two buttons (see above), one that turns it on and off, and one that helps you rotate between all sixteen vibration/pulsation settings. Sixteen?!? Yes, (Oh, yes!)
you read that right.
There is also a feature that when you press and hold the on/off button for a few seconds it jumps to the big “O” setting. The rotating fast-paced setting is designed to
drive you to your peak quickly.
We had friends who attended our adults-only Halloween party this year and they hated the costumes they’d purchased. They arrived late to the party because they decided to go with a more unique, homemade costume. They wore robes over undergarments/nighties, had condoms and lube spilling out of a robe pocket, and carried the empty Cone box in one hand! They announced upon arrival, “We’re sorry we’re late. We were busy.”
Man, I never laughed so hard in my life! The kicker to all this is the wife read my book after it was published and then went to the web to find the product! Ah, good
I’m pretty sure I bought our Cone at drugstore.com, but it was much pricier five or six years ago when I got it. Did you even know drugstore.com has a sexual well-being
section that delivers cool stuff to you in a drugstore.com box? Nice and discreet. Just can’t get any better for buying sex toys, you know?
It was a risky purchase. I wasn’t so sure it was worth the $129.00 price tag. Of course, when my tipsy book club friends left my house and scrambled home to the Internet,
they found it on Amazon for much less. It even comes in black now!
While I can’t say this toy will be the “one” that you use every time you decide to incorporate a gadget in your love-making, I can tell you that whenever it comes out of
the drawer it’s an enjoyable night!
If you plan to buy something pricey that you can’t return, you should first read reviews. You’ll usually find amazing reviews and lukewarm ones regarding any product.
Real people using real gadgets can all expect completely different results. I can tell you one thing for sure: Out of the eight people I personally know who’ve used it
they all agree on The Cone’s rating:
Five Big O’s
(With five being the highest)
Ease of Use: Five out of five stars
(Seriously, you hit a button and it’s hands free, doesn’t get much easier than that!)
Here are some SAFE reviews you can view from Amazon, please check out the good and the bad. Every voice is unique, but I can tell you that most people who like a sex toy
don’t talk about it online, they tell their friends, maybe, or say nothing at all.
It’s only the few who really don’t care for an item that will speak up. So weigh the bad ones accordingly.
Have you tired it? Know anyone that has? Share your thoughts with us!
Hope to see you next month for Sex Toys on the Sixteenth!