I am a self professed Liberator
lover. I can't get enough of their products.
Imagine my joy when they come out with a line of vibrators that are
cute, silicone, and promise to be strong. I quickly requested one from
XCritic anticipating promises to "make me come for days".
The packaging on this toy is quite cute.
It's a simple box with the word "tickler" appearing on it, battery is
included, and the back has a multi colored back that announces the name
of the product, yet again. The packaging is clean, simple, and to the
point. As primarily a sex toy reviewer, I've seen the good, bad, and
ugly of product packaging and I'm quite pleased with this ones.
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The tickler is very quiet with a noise level of less than 50 dB and it
vibrates at 80Hz. It's controlled by a simple press on the bottom which
turns it on or off. It is coated in a beautiful blue silicone. You
should try to use only water based lubricants with this toy for that
reason. The tickler is also waterproof, so fun in the tub is an option.
As damn cute as this tickler is, I was curious how well it was going to
hold up in the bed test. I anxiously cleaned it with soap and water and
decided to just sit on my bathroom counter and go at it. I teased
myself into a frenzy with the adorable antennae. But then the
frustration settled in. The vibrations through the antennae couldn't
get me off. I ended up using the silicone's tug and with a swirling
motion of my wrist I was finally able to come, but not the way the
vibrator intended. Don't get me wrong- the vibrator has a decent buzz
to it, but it doesn't transfer well enough through this little vibe's
I will always be a huge fan of Liberator
products. But for me, the vibrators don't live up to their reputation.
The construction is second to none and while it is entirely cute and
even comes with a display stand, it doesn't make me come. And
ultimately, that's what I want in my vibrators. For a work up, it's
amazing, but don't expect to "come for days". I'm saying Skip It