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Jopen Vanity Vr2 Vibrator Review

This bold and beautiful vibrator is simply a work of art. The functionality is good, but it is the design that takes the prize. Waterproof and smooth from all angles, it is meant to be used on both ends, leaving the user with many choices in one device.

Because the Vanity Vr2 is rechargeable and because the recharge port is sealed (the plug fits over the stretchy silicone without breaking it), it has no raw seams that limit where you can hold it or from which direction it can be inserted.

The Vr2 comes with two independent motors, one on each end. Although each motor has a single speed, the interplay between them offers a range of vibration outcomes. The motor on the thick end is stronger than the motor on the slim end, and using both together is the third, strongest option.

The thickness is a very smart element of the design. Of course both ends are good for clitoral or labial massage, depending on how strong you like it and how wide a working surface you prefer. When it comes to internal use, the obvious choice is the thick end, which some women may even like to use without the vibrator working. The angle at which the thick end is inserted brings out various different girths. The basic dimensions are medium to wide at the thickest point, but narrower if inserted deeper. By inserting at an angle, you very easily make your shaft feel thicker than it looks. This is convenient, especially if your tastes and expectations of your toy change in the heat of play.

The slim end can also be used for insertion, notably for G-spot play.

Furthermore, although it is erotic and even alluring in shape, this insertible vibe is still original enough to attain a measure of discretion; it looks nothing like your typical sexual toy so you can be relaxed about being found out, if that is a consideration for you.

Two little red LED lights, situated on the actual on-off buttons, switch on when in use. Apart from being a nice touch, it is useful to make a quick differentiation between having one motor on, the other or both. You could figure it out with your hands, but sometimes its more convenient this way, especially since the noise level is so low. Quiet as you can get, certainly whisper quiet on its lowest setting, the Vr2 reeks of class and lets you know in your bones (and nerves) that your investment was worth every cent.

Silicone needs no introduction on these pages, but suffice it to say that this wonderful surface material provides a natural, silky feeling, absorbs heat and cold for more sensation and makes it easy and worry-free to keep your vibrator clean. Remember that you should never use silicone-based or oil-based lubricants with a silicone device, because they can break down the covering.

Jopen Vanity is a new range of high-end vibrators, belonging to the exclusive family of rechargeable vibrators, equally loved by their users and the environment. Think of all those batteries that you will never be replacing or being caught without. Vanity products are available under the SWAN label outside of the United States and Canada. For more of this range see the Vr4.5, Vr7, Vr8 and Vr10.5

Features

  • Medium-sized insertible vibrator
  • Silicone
  • Ergonomic design
  • Two separate motors
  • One vibration speed for each motor
  • Fuchsia coloured
  • Designed for clitoral, vaginal and G-spot stimulation
  • Waterproof
  • Vibrator length: 173 mm (8”)
  • Rechargeable (110/240 Volt)
  • Covered recharge port
  • LED indicators on buttons
  • Comes with a black satin bag
  • Includes instruction pamphlet
  • Security travel lock

Advantages

  • Beautiful, artful design
  • Offers wide range of insertion possibilities
  • Quiet
  • Flexible
  • Discreet
  • Powerful
  • Luxurious silicone feel
  • Instant on-off functions

Disadvantages

  • Expensive
  • There is no pulsation variety, only 3 speed options
  • Colour may be too bold for some women
  • Silicone vibrators should only be used with water-based lubricants
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