Monday, July 25, 2011

Review of the Decadent Clitoral Arouser

What I like about reviewing sex toys is that we often get the chance to try toys that we’ve been wondering about for a while but were never sure if a toy worked well or not. This time, it’s a type of clitoral pump that I wanted to try and that Cal Exotics gave to me for review, and it’s the Decadent Clitoral Arouser. It didn’t perform exactly like I thought it would, but I had a very nice Arouser_bird surprise anyway.

So here are the basics, the Arouser is an large oval 3” long and 1.5” large, that has a number of nubs inside the concave area. On top of that, a small bullet, powered by a N1 battery (included), is inserted in the little bird and give extra sensations. The bullet power is gradual and goes from low to a medium high and is fairly quiet (much less than a bullet for sure). From the oval section starts a small tube that goes to the pump (total length of 23”), and all the parts look well-made and connect very well. The length is fine for solo or couple play.

The clitoral pump is made of soft TPR, but it still could be softer; it bends when you touch it with your hands, but it returns to its initial form when held against the body. If you want more information on the properties and how to take care of TPR, click here. Note that since the opening of the tube is at the base of the nubs, you must not immersing the toy in water. I would wet my fingers and add some soap and careful rinse it afterward. The handle was easily wiped clean after use too. Also, since the tube is at the base of the nubs, I suggest that you only apply lubricant on your body and not directly into the hollow area, or it would be easy for the lubricant to be pumped into the tube. After a couple of use, a little bit of lube got into it, but as it dries off, the tube does not get jammed.

So far when it came to creating a minimum of suction, I had to hold it down to my body to make sure that all the sides remained in contact with me, and it did help that I had some labia skin and Arouser_Pump lubricant to create some suction. Once an initial suction is created, it becomes easier to hold to it through pumping as it removes air and brings your skin closer to the nubs, and eventually massages you. The suction wasn’t very strong and if you stop pumping, the suction gradually goes down, and this is why it is possible to pump more or less fast without creating too much suction.

There is also a black button near the pump that is used to release all pressure created, and it can become useful if you feel like the suction is a little too much to handle. At one moment, I became very sensitive, obviously from the constant pumping and having more blood flow in that area, so I had to stop and moved on to something else, but I did not experience any discomfort.

The package says that the bird beak and the tail can be respectively used for clitoral and erogenous zones stimulation, but I guess it all depends on how you set it up. I preferred using the pump over the clitoris and let it be stimulated by the “love tinglers,” which gave the impression of having some very quick tongue lickings (as fast as you are pumping that is). I did try to position the arouser differently, but it didn’t seem to work well, which is also why it would have been interesting if the material has been softer and allowed more possibilities. Still, the clitoral arouser Arouser_Pack did its job well, and even if the vibration traveled well through the toy, I could feel the suction and the nubs better without the vibration.

All in all, this is an interesting toy and quite cute to be honest, but I believe its performance depends hugely on the body it is used on, as it is more your body that adapts around it. And don’t forget that pumping helps with blood flow, meaning that it does the same thing as the clitoral gels on the market. Actually, you could also combine it with a gel and I’m sure the effect would stack. So use it to your advantage and use it as part of your foreplay. You can also get this Decadent Clitoral Arouser at this sex toy store I trust.

Kynky Kytty

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Clitoral pump by California Exotic
Material: TPR (Thermoplastic Rubber)
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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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