Symphony Massager Review

May 02nd, 10   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   10 Comments

Symphony Massager in its packaging

The Symphony Massager is a California Exotics vibrator. It’s a little over seven inches long and a little under two inches long. It’s made from the velvet cote material and runs on batteries. On the top of the sex toy is a metal piece includes a soft purple piece to push down to change the vibration levels. This sex toy isn’t straight – it has a slight curve to it that may allow it to better reach a female’s g-spot during use.

The packaging for this Symphony Massager is pretty basic. The sex toy is contained in a plastic tray that slides into a see-through plastic box that includes all the toys specifications. The tray comes with little holes on the sides to easily take out the toy. There’s a small piece of paper included that has all of the instructions for putting in the batteries – just three little pictures. It does explain it though. If you wanted to, it would be possible to keep this toy in this box for storage; the plastic packaging is strong enough, but it doesn’t look very high-quality. However, the packaging doesn’t have any naked women on it, so it’s definitely very tasteful.

Battery compartment

The batteries are probably the most annoying part of this sex toy. The bottom part of this vibrator twists off to be able to insert the two AAA batteries (not included). This can be hard to twist off because it’s flush with the vibrator. To be honest, I still haven’t managed to get the thing off myself. My boyfriend always has to do it, and even when he does it, he has a lot of problem with it. From there, the batteries slip right into the battery compartment and can be closed right back up. To be honest, I didn’t see any sort of plastic-squishy thing that keeps the water out from waterproof toys, but it’s possible mine doesn’t have one.  I didn’t try putting it in water because of this missing part.

Curve of the Symphony sex toy

The vibrating levels on this are actually pretty unique. As you can tell, the toy is named after a musical name. California Exotics also had the great idea to name all of the vibrations after musical terms. The first one is called “Moderate” and it’s just steady medium vibrations. The second one is “Intense” and just steady strong vibrations. The third one is the “Tango” which is two quick vibrations then a pause then another quick vibration. The fourth is the “Quickstep” is just medium-strength pulsations. The fifth one, which is the most unique of all of the vibrations, is called the “Samba” and has a very low-strength pulse then a pause, then a very high-strength pulsation then it repeats. To turn it off, you have to cycle through all of the vibration levels. There’s o way to turn it off without going through all of the levels.

The other big factor with the vibrations is the noise of the vibrations. It’s definitely one of the noisier toys that I’ve ever heard. I’d say that this is easily audible through a closed door. I think it’s just the plastic casing of it that’s vibrating and making very loud noise.

Front of the Symphony Massager

It looks like this vibrator was meant to be used externally. While I’m sure it could be used internally, it looks like it was curved to be easier to hold to use on external parts of the body. If someone wanted to insert it, I’d say it has about three inches of insertable length to it. Using it externally is very nice because of the strong strength. It’s loud, but it does have strong vibrations that make it great for my own use. It also is made from a hard plastic which makes it great for applying pressure. Something neat about the material is how soft it is. Despite it being plastic, it’s still ridiculously soft and feels really great to touch. It’s very smooth. Either side of the vibrator can be used – you can choose to hold it with the curve working with your body or you can choose to hold the vibrator with the curve holding out away from your body with the side with the vibration controls facing towards your body.

Cleaning a plastic toy is actually pretty easy. You just need some warm water and some antibacterial soap. This velvet cote sex toy also is compatible with all different lubricant types, so you don’t have to worry about that. For storage, I just keep it in the original box it came from.

Overall, it’s a pretty good toy with a nice curve to it and some good power as long as you don’t need privacy. If you need something quiet, this just won’t do it. For all other uses, this is a great toy, very sleek, and strong enough to get everyone off. Plus, if you love music, the names will make you smile. I don’t know where this is sold yet, but this is a CalExotics product, so you can see the product information the CalExotics website.

10 Comments on "Symphony Massager Review"

Toy Lover says...
May 02nd, 2010

That’s a must have!

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May 12th, 2010

Intriguing!

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New To This says...
February 17th, 2011

Wow. I’m really glad I made this purchase. I was nervous to buy my first sex toy, but after only one use I am really glad I got this. It’s a must have for everyone!




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