Review: InToYou Dash
I've been looking for a vibrator that would be similar to the rabbit vibrator Satisfyer Pro G-spot and the vibrator InsideOut, only cheaper. Although I was seduced by another toy while I was searching, I unknowingly chose the InToYou Dash thermal rabbit vibrator.
After the purchase, I was waiting to receive an order confirmation. I checked all the subfolders, but I couldn't find it even under the spam. I only found out that I had successfully paid for it (the bank was faster than the store). A day later, I waited for the message I usually get from the courier with the time and day of delivery. Because I had tons of other work, I pushed this problem somewhere in the back of my mind. When I remembered the next day, the toy had already been delivered.
The packaging was, as expected, worse than Satisfyer's but very similar to Womanizer's: a cardboard wrapper, and underneath it was plastic with a bright pink vibrator. In addition to the silicone toy, I also received a magnetic charging cable and instructions.
With the Dash rabbit vibrator, I was most interested in the suction function. It differs from the InsideOut and Pro G-spot in the knee, which allows the movement of the clitoris attachment. In other words - in theory, you can put it closer to the clitoris or away if you do not want intense sucking. So, this knee seemed a good idea with great ergonomic potential. But does it really work?
The vibrator is short, but the insertable part is wide, the circumference of the tip is just under three and a half centimeters. It has a wavy surface on the inner side, allowing a better G-spot stimulation. The base has the shape of a ring, so there is no fear of it slipping out of your hands - I find this especially useful if you use the toy together with a lubricant that spreads not only on the insertable part but also on the base and elsewhere. In short, lube is everywhere. This time, even the buttons were covered in it, but they were nevertheless very responsive; only the signs were somewhat misleading. Pressing the middle button, you turn the toy on and off. Above it is the 'plus' button, and below is the 'minus' button. I thought they were meant to switch between programs.
At the moment I thought everything was clear to me, so as I mentioned, I used a lubricant, and in a few seconds, the vibrator was inside the peach. I grabbed the clitoral attachment. The knee popped as I moved it closer to my clitoris. I pressed the power button. The shaft vibrated gently, but that was it. There was no sign of a suction function. I pressed the 'plus' button, and the vibration power increased. I got to the third, most powerful level, followed by seven patterns. I tried everything, but I didn't find the suction of the clitoris attachment. To return to the third program of monotonous vibrations, I pressed the 'minus' button, and then I felt a very gentle breeze on my clitoris. Just like the insertable part, this one has ten programs, a combination of three different suction powers, and seven patterns.
It was pleasant at first, but as I hurried towards orgasm and my body began to move involuntarily, the clit lost contact with the attachment. Although the knee seemed firm despite its flexibility, when I caught the wave towards the sweet end, it moved to the edge of my labia. Then, as I held it in place with my hand, the tongue reached my sweet spot.
After use, I carried it to the bathroom to wash and clean it up. I had enough for that day. It was only then that I noticed that the connection between the 'mouth' of the attachment and the rest of the nozzle was sloppy. The same goes for the soft tip - if you don't pay special attention to this part of the vibrator, you won't notice it at all. This does not make the vibrator terrible; only you need to be a little more precise and careful when cleaning.
The next time I pressed the power button twice. With the pink light, a red one turned on, and the tip of the shaft quickly reached a higher temperature. I didn't expect that from that vibrator. Toys from more well-known manufacturers caused me more headaches than Dash. Unfortunately, even this time, I did not feel the warmth inside the peach. But something else has changed. Since I didn't use a lubricant, the tongue of the toy gave complete treatment to the clitoris and not the labia.
I didn't like the pulsating patterns. Instead, I would have preferred to experience more strengths of monotonous vibrations, but I also survived with the existing ones. The first stage is very gentle, so Dash is more suitable for beginners who still get to know their peach. Despite having some drawbacks, the vibrator is good for its price.
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