SinFive Sue Vibrator Review

April 30th, 13   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   1 Comment
SinFive Sue Vibrator

Showing the vibrator. Picture from EdenFantasys.com

The SinFive Sue is a silicone clitoral vibrator sold by Eden Fantasys sex toys. Available in three colors, this luxury clitoral vibrator is completely waterproof and rechargeable. It’s rechargeable through an included USB cable. About six inches in length with a plushy silicone body, the SinFive Sue was designed for clitoral pleasure and not for insertion.

The packaging for the SinFive Sue is pretty nice. It comes in a long, black box. There’s a sticker on the box that shows off the vibrator and its features, but if you want to remove the sticker, the box would be otherwise discreet (though I can’t promise that removing the sticker won’t take off part of the box). Inside this box, there’s a little tray that allows you to place the Sue vibrator in it. Underneath this tray, you’ll find the charging cable. Along with this, the vibrator also comes with a long piece of paper that explains the various features of the SinFive Sue. The instructions aren’t too comprehensive, but they will easily give you the head start you need to start using your vibrator without any issue.

Like the SinFive Grace, the idea behind the SinFive Sue was to have a vibrator that has soft, plushy silicone. Many luxury vibrators tend to have firmer silicone, and some people don’t like that. (I, on the other hand, love the firmer types of silicone). The silicone itself does have a bit of a “draggy” feeling to it, but it’s not too much. The SinFive Sue also is made of a plushier silicone. You can squish it most places on its body, and you can feel some of the plushiness of the silicone. Completely waterproof due to the charging design, this vibrator has two buttons near the base that control the vibrations. There’s a noticable seam near the control buttons, but it shouldn’t bother anyone during use. The tip of the vibrator also doesn’t appear to have anything “inside” the silicone, so the tip of this vibrator is flexible.

The SinFive Grace charges very simply through the buttons. Like other types of magnetic rechargeable toys, the SinFive Grace vibrator’s charger is completely magnetic, and it attaches to the metal of the control buttons. This charger is actually pretty strong in its magnetic attachment, so while it won’t hold the vibrator up purely by the attachment, the charger doesn’t tend to slide off either. As long as you have the vibrator in a natural position when you connect the charger, the vibrator tends to stay on the charger nicely. The SinFive Sue doesn’t have any lights on its surface, though, so unlike most vibrators, it doesn’t have a way to show you a light when it’s charging. Instead, the SinFive Sue gives a couple short vibrating pulses when you plug it in. This lets you know that the vibrator is hooked up correctly. You can’t really “know” when it’s done charging, though, but if you just leave it alone and come back a couple hours later, you should be safe. As a note, the SinFive Sue is completely USB chargable, so it only comes with a cord to attach your vibrator to a USB port for charging.

The control buttons still work wonderfully, though! The JeJoue toys charge through the control buttons, and in that case, the buttons then became an absolute nightmare to actually control. That isn’t a problem with this silicone vibrator. The buttons push down easily. In fact, they don’t really “move” when pressed down, so for the longest time, I thought the buttons were actually heat-activated instead of just being buttons. I figured out that they’re buttons, though. The buttons press down pretty easily, and while I’m never quite sure if I’m holding the button down hard enough to actually turn off the vibrator, the vibrator usually turns off, so the buttons are even more sensitive than I imagine most of the time.

Many of the other reviews out there about the SinFive Sue tend to talk about how powerful this toy is. I’m extremely, extremely indifferent about this. The SinFive Sue seems to have moderate power – if that. I think it really depends on how you enjoy using your clitoral vibrator. You see, the silicone tip of the SinFive Sue is flexible, and when partnered with vibrations, the tip will continue to vibrate and move back and forth when a light touch is applied. HOWEVER, if you enjoy applying pressure, like I do, this stops the tip from moving at all, and the vibrations become deadened. So if you use a light touch, the SinFive Sue seems more powerful, but if you enjoy a firmer touch, you’ll quickly notice that the vibrations are very surface-type vibrations, and they feel relatively weak. Even on the highest setting.

The noise, though, is pretty non-existant. I can hear a very, very slight buzzing when it’s on high and in my lap, but there’s no way this could be heard outside of a closed door. It’s even quieter than a cell phone’s vibration mode. If you have a television or music going on in a room, it’s pretty hard to hear the vibrator at all, so it works pretty nicely for discretion.

With the way I enjoy using my sex toys, the SinFive Sue isn’t going to work for me. I need something that can continue to vibrate when pressure is applied, and the SinFive Sue seems to have issues with power once you apply the pressure. So I found myself uch more frustrated than enjoying when using this vibrator because it just didn’t have the “oomph” I needed, and it didn’t get any stronger. Again, though, this really depends on how you like to use your vibrator, so definitely keep that in mind. Aside from the power issue, though, the SinFive Sue vibrator was really easy to hold in my hand, really comfortable-feeling, and very easy to go through the vibrational patterns with the buttons on the shaft. It’s just really the vibrator’s power that’s keeping me from loving it.

To clean this waterproof vibrator, you just have to use warm water and antibacterial soap. Because of the way this vibrator charges, it’s really simple to clean since you don’t have to worry about getting water in it. The vibrator will fit in a standard condom if you want to protect it for multiple partners. As for lubricant, you’ll want to use water-based lubricant as silicone-based lubricant could harm the toy. The SinFive Sue vibrator doesn’t come with a storage bag or anything like that, so keeping it in the original packaging seems to work best.

Overall, the SinFive Sue is a simple vibrator that will work just fine whether you’ve played with 40 vibrators or Sue is your first one. It’s simple to use, and it’s really easy to recharge as well. Depending on how you enjoy using your vibrator, though, the SinFive Sue’s vibrations may not be nearly strong enough for orgasms for you. If you tend to enjoy applying pressure, this vibrator may not work well because the vibrations deaden when pressure is applied. But if you like a lighter touch, the vibrations of the SinFive Sue feel more intense. So depending on your preference, the SinFive Sue could be perfect for you. Thanks to EdenFantasys for providing this luxury clitoral vibrator for my SinFive Sue vibrator review. You can use the EdenFantasys coupon code “EP4” at checkout to save 15% off your total purchase.

1 Comment on "SinFive Sue Vibrator Review"

adriana says...
May 30th, 2013

the reviews have all been so positive, I’m glad to see yours because I love pressure.
adriana´s last blog post ..Squeaky clean.




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