Review: Vilain Audre
After so many nights of caressing and playing with my clitoris and the already tired vibrator I received for my birthday, it was finally time to buy a new one. I wanted to try something that would stimulate the G-spot and that I would finally experience an orgasm as I should.
Although I would prefer other toys over the simple G-spot vibrator - I was browsing toys for clitoral stimulation - this time, I insisted on buying a new vibrator for vaginal orgasm. Unfortunately, when I opened the website of the erotic toy store, I got confused. So many choices of G-spot stimulators, and they all provided a super-trooper orgasm. I was also in a dilemma about the price, so I started reading user reviews on foreign websites. After a good thought, I decided on a "simple and powerful" Vilain Audre vibrator from Blush Novelties.
Since I have enough pink toys, this time I decided to go black. I could admire the product in a "window" of a box with a touch of French elegance. The packaging itself tells us that Blush Novelties offers a five-year warranty. Unfortunately, this is all we can rely on. In addition to the missing warranty card and instructions, I also missed the storage bag. The vibrator is simple, velvety, slightly curved, stiff, and flexible at the same time. The product is made of body-friendly silicone, which confirmed my correct decision. It is 18 cm long, while its most extensive part measures almost 4 cm in diameter, which is, on average more than most vibrators on the market.
At first glance, Audre is easy to use. It has two buttons, one to turn it on and off, and the other to adjust the vibrations. Even so, I was repeatedly chasing which button I needed to press, wondering why it didn't work. Then I rushed to the closet, picked up the charger, rushed to the socket, and waited for it to charge at least a little. After ten minutes or so, I was on my way back to bed. It didn't work. Over time, I realized that it only took a firm push of a button to get it working. When you finally manage to turn it on, you can choose between three vibration speeds and seven programs. I prefer to enjoy a self-torture for a long time with weak vibrations, and towards the end, I start using the stronger ones. The number of vibration modes is more than enough to reach the peak. It also goes smoothly, with no leaps from one vibration to another. The feeling when the vibrator is inside is unique. His width fits perfectly.
Like Lelo’s Sona , also Audre is promoted as an extremely quiet vibrator. Although it does not even Sona 's funny sound, Audre is not as quiet as Blush Novelties present it. Even so, his sound doesn't impact the flow of your naughty thoughts.
According to many users, the Vilain Audre vibrator is precisely what a woman needs to bring her to the climax. Unfortunately, I could not reach it without the help of fingers, even though the combination of both resulted in a powerful and satisfying orgasm. Audre is also great for stimulating the clitoris. I will still strive to use it without any help from my finger friend because the toy is promising.
I am happy to recommend Audre to women who can use the toy without extra stimulation of the clitoris. I was annoyed by the heavy press of the buttons, so I don't recommend it to those who get easily pissed off. If that's not a problem, I'm sure this simple vibrator will bring you a good orgasm, with or without additional help.