Sunday, June 22, 2008

I deserve so much bigger...

Disclaimer: This post may cause a spit take, so mind your monitor while sipping your tea, coffee, etc. while reading.

As explained by NotMiranda, we girls have been given the opportunity to review products from the Babeland.com website. So this is my first review of the product that I chose to test.

I picked the Jollie dildo. And now another disclaimer: I'm a vibe girl, so take this with a huge grain of salt.

Now while I'm a self respecting size queen, I was willing to give the 4-inch insertable a try. When held backwards and upright, it resembles a loaded shotgun. And it was with tongue in cheek that I hoped it would go off (or at least get me off) with a minimum of fuss. It's made of medical grade silicone and comes in a myriad of colors and styles (Babeland only carried grape, so I wasn't able to see if the nubblies of the bubble one added and additional sensation to the product). I tried it out on two separate occasions.

If you remember from this blog, I have an extensive collection of porn and I like my movies, which means that at least one hand has to be free to do some walking when playing with a new toy. While the Jollie is easily insertable (eventually, I'd like to see how their lube holds up to what I have), and does hit all of the spots the map on the back of its container says it will, I felt it required more than one hand to get the full function of it. The 'easy-grip handle' is not easy to grip when coated with lube (and other liquidy things, of which I won't mention in detail) and the nubbies on the side that are for clit stimulation don't do much for me. However, the g-spot hump that's built into the Jollie makes it worth the work…somewhat.

I have to agree with one of the reviewers on the site that making it slightly longer (or much much longer in my case) would be a vast improvement to the Jollie…also a little vibrating action (otherwise known as the Vibrating Jollet) wouldn't go amiss. I give this toy a 3.5 out of 5 perky nipples for interesting design and the ability to mostly do what its designed for. I'll consider the vibrating version of this if I ever come back to the product.

1 comment:

SaneAndSingle said...

How do I get in on the test group for toys?

www.saneandsingle.blogspot.com