If you've read any of my reviews for the Evolved Novelties lines, you'll know that I generally hold them to be pretty well built and almost always capable of getting people off, the rare exception noted or the occasional issue with pricing something a few of you don't care about. In that sense, the Evolved Waterproof Silicone Seduction from their Fleur De Lis lineup is one of their weaker toys in memory, the device looking and feeling good but lacking in the vibration department.
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I know that some of you who have written have suggested my main toy testing partner, Nadine, is a "vibration queen" much like some folks are size queens when it comes to toys but frankly, her trigger trips so easily these days that I can get her off with almost anything. The Seduction is nice enough on a tactile scale, the phthalate free silicone safe for one and all to use the 6" of insertible length (the bottom adds another 1.5" and it is around 1.5" wide at the widest point), the silicone providing enough "give" to potentially work for anal use on those with some experience. It just seemed under powered with the two AAA batteries that lasted long but just did not give it enough "oomph" as she put it, making it better suited as a dildo for her.
The plastic case was the domed approach that isn't as cool as the metal boxes previous editions came in but it worked as a fine display unit to hold the device standing up. The waterproof claims were tested and it was not found wanting, the motor so whisper quiet that she commented how "of course you can barely hear it, there isn't much to hear!" Otherwise, I tried a few sets of new batteries to make sure that this wasn't the initial problem, the three speeds all amounting to nothing as far as Nadine was concerned. As far as the button activator on the bottom, she wasn't too keen on that either but that was the least of the issues here so unless you are hard up, look elsewhere since this toy merited a rating of Skip It when looked at closely.
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