Sunday, April 24, 2011

Review of the Cal Exotics Pleasure Kiss

The Pleasure Kiss, by California Exotics, is most likely the most interesting g-spot vibrator I’ve had the chance to try. The vibrator made me realize there are more ways to stimulate the g-spot than with pressure or by pinpointing it. It’s made to cover the overall spot gently but IMG_1013accurately with a bunch of nubs or nodules on the head, and it works very well. It massages nicely the areas where you use it, like the g-spot or the clit. The nubs are very stimulating though, so if you are very sensitive, it might be too much.

This g-spot vibrator is not especially large and the overall shape is very pleasing to the eye. It is 8” long with an insertable shaft of 4 ½”. It has four rings along the middle of the shaft that I didn’t really feel during penetration, maybe it is because they are located at the slimmest section of the shaft (about one inch) or I didn’t feel them in contrast to the head, which has a diameter of 1 ½” at the tip. However, from the way I used this vibrator, on the g-spot and my clitoris, I do not think this vibrator really needs to be this long. In my opinion, if this vibe was shorter, it would still be as good.

The insertable section is made of firm, but not hard TPR, but the nodules have a lot of give. They easily move sideways under the thumb, and they are also quite resistant to wear and tear. I picked one between my nails and slightly pulled, and it’s obviously not going to break with normal use. The only disadvantage I find with the design, and it is a minor one, is that you have to make sure that the nub section is thoroughly cleaned, especially the outline around them, as it runs deeper on the sides. If you want to know more about the TPR material and how to care for it, click here.

The base of the toy, which is made of ABS plastic, is somewhat large compared to the total size of the toy, but it also includes a strong plastic loop, with which you can attach a rope and leave it hanging in the shower. With it being waterproof, at least resistant to running water, it is an original feature. The control buttons are at the base of the toy, and are shaped like hearts. There is an ‘On/Off’ button and one to cycle through the vibrations. The ‘On/Off’ button is linked with a memory chip, which makes the vibrator turn on at the last setting that was used. If you are into a particular setting and won’t use the others, then it is useful, but it’s not a feature I personally find that useful. The battery compartment is opened by twisting the cap counterclockwise, and holds 2 AA batteries, which are not included.

With its 8 vibration settings, the Pleasure Kiss is sure to please in some ways. However, note that IMG_1012of all the pulsation and escalation modes, there is no constant vibration setting. With other vibrators, I’ll usually play around with the pulses and escalations before finishing with the constant one. But with this, I was actually forced to tease myself to orgasm. It’s not bad, it was interesting, but if you absolutely need the constant vibrations, usually going from low to high, you are not going to be happy with that one. The vibrations are all moderately strong and are strongest at the very tip of the toy, where the motor is.

The vibration settings are:
1. Slow escalating pulses from low to high (About 3 seconds).
2. Quicker escalating pulses from low to high (One second duration).
3. Even quicker escalation pulses from medium to high (Half a second).
4. Throbbing escalating pulses.
5. Very quick high pulses.
6. Quick high pulses.
7. Three high pulses, followed by a long one-second pulse.
8. Six quick high pulses, followed by a long one-second pulse.

In conclusion, this is a very good toy that introduces new sensations than normal toys, and is sure to please in more ways than one. It is well worth trying. You can also get this toy at this sex shop I trust.

Kynky Kytty

product picture
G-spot vibrator by California Exotic
Material: Plastic / TPR (Thermoplastic Rubber)

This item was received for free in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.

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