Review: Unbound Babes Bender
Flexibility - another quality women are supposed to have. On the internet, you can find numerous specialists in achieving flexibility, guaranteeing that you will be standing on just one arm and mastering all the more challenging yoga poses in less than six months. But flexibility is also famous among vibrators. This time I tested the Unbound Babes Bender.
Lacking inspiration and looking for new vibrators that left me cold, I checked the top ten vibrators list. Some of them were familiar, while I also came across a few new ones. After deliberation, I decided on the UB Bender because women had so much to say about it. In addition, the toy offered something I hadn't seen before - it mastered all the yoga positions and bent in all directions.
I was surprised to discover it not on an erotic toys website but on an online cosmetics shop. Among the creams, mascaras and foundations, I came across the Bender vibrator, which I initially thought was some kind of facial massager. Instead, it turned out to be a peach massager. As I finalized my purchase, I realized that Beauty Bay is a British online shop. Although I was prepared to pay the customs clearance cost for this vibrator, I was relieved when I chose my country; I saw a notice that the shop would cover the customs clearance costs for EU countries. Unlike TNLC, Beauty Bay does not refund the money but does the whole process itself. You just order the toy, pay for it and wait for the postman to deliver it to you.
For seventy euros, I received, besides the toy, a magnetic charging cable, an instruction manual, and a storage bag. I felt like I had won the lottery - I had ordered two toys in a row and did not have to crochet bags for them. Bender looks like a stick, heavily thickened at one end, and at the other end, next to the company logo, is a button to switch between four vibration strengths and six patterns.
More than anything else, I wanted to know if its flexibility is really better than in other vibrators and if it stays firmly in the desired yoga position. Just as the package impressed me with its storage bag, the vibrator was more than I expected. You can bend it so tightly that the G-spot vibrator turns into a rabbit vibrator. It reminded me of the hair clip, which we could use to create the perfect bun or ponytail. When you touched it, it immediately changed shape.
With so many different stimulation options, I knew I had a lot of work to do. I stretched the vibrator to the stick pose and started, confident that this toy would bring me to vaginal orgasm, whether in the arch, stick, or corpse yoga pose. Logical, as women rated it as the best G-spot stimulator.
I switched it on and, as usual, leaned it against my clit. It wouldn't be the same without warming up, and I had hidden the lube in one of the boxes so well that I didn't even bother to look for it (I realized I would need a map for every toy). My thinking about boring stuff was interrupted by the gentle pulsation of the clitoris. The first stage was enough to oil the mechanism. The insertion into the peach went smoothly, as Bender is flat except for the tips. Unfortunately, the vibrations of the first stage got a little lost inside. I only felt the third and fourth vibration strengths well, but tI was missing at least two more. I pressed the toy down and up, chasing the G-spot, but I couldn't find it on the first try.
I bent the Bender with the help of a peach. The closer the ends got to each other, the better the feeling inside the dark interior. I walked along the edge for half an hour, trying to reach the depths of the abyss. Then, I remembered that maybe the patterns would help me. Although I am not a fan, they surprised me as they were far from the classics offered by other vibrators. Nevertheless, I stuck with the escalation as the vibrations seemed stronger than monotone vibrations. I suspect it was just me, as it is easier to notice the differences between the levels when escalating.
Despite the versartile patterns, I preferred to return to the safe path of the most potent monotonous vibrations and check again if there was a shortcut to orgasm. When I thought I was close to my goal, I missed it by a hair's breadth. The game was the same in every attempt, whatever the position, but there was no vaginal orgasm. So I bent the toy again and reached my clit with the other end. Finally, I found a shortcut that pushed me over the edge into the depths of the abyss.
I also tested it in the shower. I put my phone in a plastic bag to help myself with good old-fashioned pornography. When I heard the actors screaming with pleasure, I was still walking on the edge. I was so close to orgasm that I could smell it. In the end, just the gentle touch of the clit as the toy pressed lightly against my inner wall was enough to make me smell it and feel it.
Bender promised a lot. Even if I didn't achieve what I always look for in a G-spot stimulator, a vaginal orgasm, I am happy with it. The thickness of the tip was adequate, although I can't help wondering whether I would have orgasmed sooner if the tip had been thicker. Good thing Bender turned into a rabbit vibrator in a second and made my job easier. At the same time, I was happy that it allowed me to play a lot and satisfy the yoga explorer in me.
You can buy it here: Beauty Bay – Bender