Guest Review: Form 6 Vibrator

Author: by Lux Nightmare of Fleshbot.com


If the Hitachi Magic Wand is the Cadillac of Vibrators, then pretty much anything by JimmyJane would have to be considered a Lexus. Sleek, stylish, and built to last, JimmyJane vibes are luxury goods (seriously: they're so high-end they come with their own registration cards). So when I got the chance to test drive the Form 6, JimmyJane's new rechargeable vibe ... well, how could I say no?

With its two curved ends and wide grip, the Form 6 looks more like a lady razor than a sex toy. But no lady razor I've ever come in contact with has gotten me off this good. The body of the Form 6 conformed nicely to my curves, one end resting on my clit as the other arched to reach my labia, guaranteeing maximum stimulation—aided especially by the fact that the two ends of the vibrator are independently controlled. Yes, it's that high tech.

Form 6 has three buttons: one to determine the pulse pattern, one to set the intensity of the small end's vibrations, and one to set the intensity of the large end's vibrations. Worried you'll find the perfect get-me-off settings, only to forget them in an orgasm-induced haze? Never fear—the Form 6 is smart enough to remember what you like. Turn it off when it's in your favorite mode, and it'll still be there the next time you turn it on.

Here's what the Form 6 is:
  • An excellent way to get off. Six vibration patterns, six speeds, five intensity levels, and as many orgasms as you can muster.
  •  A fun toy to take into the shower. It's water-resistant, so you don't have to worry about destroying it during some wet and wild fun.
  • Discreet. If you need a vibe you can legitimately pass of as a "massager," this would be the one to go with. With its cute lady-like looks, no one who's not in the know is going to automatically assume it's a sex toy (and as an added bonus, it actually comes packaged with a sample of massage oil, to make that lie extra plausible).
  • Easy to charge. Just place Form 6 in the base and watch the controls light up.
  • Easy to clean and sterilize. What can I say? Silicone is the best.
Here's what Form 6 is not:
  • Quiet. Despite it's promises of being "engineered for sound isolation," the Form 6 was definitely one of the louder vibes I've seen (it even makes a start up noise reminiscent of a UFO signal). If you're planning on using it while other people are around, you're probably going to want some music playing.
  • Plug and play. Like the Delight, this is an RTFM toy. The Form 6 comes with an 8 page manual and as tempting as it is to just jump in head first, I highly recommend that you read it (don't worry, the print is large are there are lots of pictures). Trust me: when you're grooving along to a level five square wave on the small massage node while the large massage node gives you a level three rapid vibration wave, you'll be grateful you took the time to actually learn what that means.
  • Easy to turn on/off. Form 6 comes with a fancy button lock system that prevents it from accidentally getting turned on while in your luggage. Naturally, this makes it a little difficult to press the buttons. To turn the toy on or change its intensity or vibration patterns, you have to press down on the buttons hard, which isn't always the easiest thing to do when you're in the heat of the moment.
There's just one more thing I've been left wondering: Why is the Form 6 purple? Or maybe I should say: why are so many sex toys purple? Was there a sex toy design convention where purple was determined to be this year's color? Or is it just some bizarre coincidence? Whatever it is, my toy chest is starting to look like it was exclusively supplied by Grimace's House of Naughty Pleasures ... and that's starting to get just a little weird.

Editor's Note: Purple is the most popular color for sex toys!


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