Guest Review: Delight Vibrator

Author: by Lux Nightmare of Fleshbot.com

The Delight Vibrator Makes a Good Thing Better

After my incredible experience with the Curve, I found myself wondering: what would happen if you took the sensuous shape of the Curve and turned it into a vibrator? Would the best dildo ever transform into the best vibrator ever, or would something be lost in translation? To find out, I turned to the Delight. Also manufactured by Fun Factory, this little swirl of, um, delight has already gotten a good deal of attention—and rightly so. Combining both form and function, the Delight is pretty to look at, easy to use, and packs a (surprisingly) serious punch.


Like the Curve, the Delight has an S-like shape that makes it easy to stimulate both the G-spot and the clitoris, and an angled handle that makes playing by yourself a breeze. Even better, the vibrator controls are located at the top of the handle, easy to reach (and operate) no matter how into the action you may be.


Speaking of the action: Um ... wow. Babeland's website says that the Delight has thirty-two different vibration patterns. I lost count somewhere between rapid, short pulses and long, staggered humming. But no matter what fancy pulse pattern the Delight was set to, one thing remained consistent: it vibrated good and hard. Far harder than I would have expected from such a slight toy, in fact, which left me very pleasantly surprised.


To get the most out of the toy, do yourself a favor and read the manual. As a plug and play girl, I just jumped right in, and almost missed out on many of the vibration cycles that aren't as obviously accessible (a slight amount of push button cloak-and-dagger work is required to find them).


Unlike [battery operated] vibrators, the Delight is rechargeable, which means you get to enjoy cord-free, battery-free vibration (about an hour and a half of it, to be precise). To charge the Delight, simply place it firmly in its (very stylish) carrying case and plug the case into the wall. If it's charging, the controls will glow red; once it's fully charged, the glowing will stop


The Delight is a combination of water-resistant plastic and silicone: hard plastic for the handle and motor casing, silicone for the parts you're actually putting in your hoohah. It's splashproof, not waterproof, so while it is okay (and highly recommended) to wash the toy with soap and water before and after each and every use, it's a very bad idea to submerge it completely. And, as with the Curve [and all silicone toys], water-based lube is a go, silicone-based lube is not.


The only downside? Much as I enjoyed the bumping and grinding and pulsing and shaking of the Delight, I still found myself longing for the slightly larger girth of the Curve. But maybe I'm just a secret size queen.


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