Review: Pretty Love Abbott
This time I gave in to commercials and lovely descriptions on Instagram. I even convinced myself finger vibrators are the best. Pretty Love Abbott was precisely what I was looking for. I killed two birds with one stone, as I could check how the toy, which costs a reasonable twenty-two euros, works.
The pink caterpillar is a simple ribbed silicone finger wrap with a small bullet vibrator that is supposed to increase the stimulation of all possible parts of the body: testicles, penis, anus, clitoris, nipples, prostate, G-spot, whole body. Unfortunately, in the package next to the toy, this time, I did not get a charging cable but three LR41 batteries. Although Pretty Love included a storage bag in the package despite the low price, I couldn't resist the doubt that accompanied me until the test: "No money, no fuck."
I washed the toy, picked up a bullet vibrator, unwrapped it, inserted all three batteries (+ should be on the top), and inserted it into a small silicone pocket on the bottom of the toy. Due to the combination of silicone and ABS plastic surrounding the bullet vibrator, this one does not slip and cannot fall out during play. Like the caterpillar, the pocket is ribbed.
I put the toy on the middle and index finger of my left hand. Although they were limited, the silicone caterpillar allowed the fingers enough free movement, so the toy is also suitable for those with slightly larger fingers. I only had some problems with the rings. Since I was too lazy to take them off, I pushed the silicone over them. It took me quite some time before realizing it would be easier and faster to remove the rings.
Once I safely tucked in my fingers, I pressed the only side button on the bullet vibrator. For the first level, the vibrations were powerful, which suited me. They were also very quiet. I pressed the button again. The pleasant vibrations I felt on my arm disappeared. I pushed again and lured the pleasurable first-degree vibrations out of the toy again and, as it turns out, the only ones. Because nipple irritation doesn't suit me, I don't have a penis and testicles, my fingers landed on my clitoris.
The first time I tried the toy without inserting silicone fingers into the peach. I did the same as if only free fingers were at work, no silicone, no vibrations. The pocket containing the bullet vibrator was pressing on the clitoris and followed the movements of the palms. Although the first vibration level suited me, I wished for something more potent to push me over the edge. Therefore, the journey was a bit longer, but I reached the finish line without a bruised or painful clitoris.
The next time I tried it, the silicone caterpillar got into j the peach. I moved the pocket a little, so much that it remained in contact with the button. There, the vibrations were more than well perceptible, while inside, I felt nothing but my fingers wrapped in silicone. On the one hand, I found it good that the caterpillar held them together and defended the peach from awkward hitting against the walls. On the other hand, silicone prevents actual contact between the fingers, which are happy to explore, and the peach gives in under their pressure. Nonetheless, I was pleased with the small bullet vibrator, which the palm gently embraces and thus keeps on the clitoris throughout the game.
Pretty Love Abbott, the finger vibrator is neither a vibrator nor a finger, but it is both at the same time. It can't compare to more serious vibrators in terms of performance, but it offers enough to surpass just finger play. Because of the price and its vibes, I would recommend it to beginners. It is simple, quiet, and a small bullet vibrator helps your fingers with their work. For the more experienced, I would probably still stick to the phrase, "No money, no fuck."
You can buy it here: https://www.skrivnosti.com/naprstni-stimulator-abbott.html