B3 Onye Bullet Vibe Review

May 05th, 10   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   11 Comments

The packaging for the B3 Onye Bullet

I’ve owned a couple of the Big Teaze Toy toys, and I must say that I’m always impressed by how they always seem to show quality – even if it’s only a vibrating rubber duck. When Pink Cherry offered to send me this toy from the Big Teaze Toys line, I happily accepted.

The B3 Onye Bullet Vibe is made from ABS plastic and is over four inches long and is has a slightly less of an inch diameter. The B3 Onye Fleur is very smooth, and it comes in two different pieces. The two pieces come apart to slide the batteries into the battery compartment to use the vibrations. In the middle of the vibrator, there is a rubber-like material with a beautiful pattern on it that is meant to make it easier to grasp and use.

The B3 Onye comes with beautiful, clear plastic box with a little cardboard backdrop that shows some red Japanese-esque flower design. The packaging is tasteful, and although you’d know it was a vibrator, it would be something I’d consider tasteful enough to give a friend. I was slightly disappointed with the packaging though. The clear plastic box won’t hold up to much of anything. I love to keep my toys in the original box, and this one will need to come out for safekeeping. The original Onye bullet came with its own gorgeous case, and I’m pretty disappointed this one didn’t. However, if you aren’t a stickler about loving to keep the  original boxes, this wouldn’t matter much to you. The B3 Onye Bullet doesn’t come with a storage bag or anything – it’s just the toy and the instruction manual.

The bullet in my hand for size comparison

The B3 Onye Fleur is a battery operated vibrator. It takes three AAA batteries which is a pretty odd number, but it does end up working. Something to be aware of – instructions are included for the B3 Onye, but it doesn’t include much for the batteries. Two of the batteries go in face-down and one goes in face-up. It was hilarious when the boyfriend and I were attempting to put in the batteries since nothing seemed to work. Then a mutual friend pointed out that, in the inside of each battery holder, there is a plus/minus sign that will let you know which way it should go. It’s inside the actual battery compartment itself (you wouldn’t be able to see it if a battery was in), so if you are having problems putting in the batteries, check there. Once you figure out how to insert the batteries though, there’s no problem actually getting them in and using the vibrator.

The vibration levels are controlled by a little button on the top of the vibrator. By pushing down the button, it goes the first level of vibration which is just a constant-speed low vibration, then if you press the button again, it will move to medium, then again, and it will move to high. It just has those three speeds on it. The speeds on the B3 Onye should be enough for most women to find a speed they like. The lowest one is like a low medium and the highest is pretty intense. It doesn’t rival the Hitachi at all, but it’s definitely about 3/4 of the power. Just holding the Onye in my hand during that setting can make it pretty numb after a bit. There is a vibration level to suit most people’s needs on the Onye.

The two pieces of the vibrator

While the vibrations are definitely strong, they aren’t quiet. It might be the material that the Onye is made from (Plastic), but I found that the vibrations, on high, are extremely easy to hear through a closed door. This is not a vibrator to be used if there are other people around. However, it was made to look discreet, so it works great as a discreet vibrator, but the vibrations are a little too loud to actually use this out in public. With the vibration going, it’s obvious what is being used.

So how well does it work? I’m going to say it’s pretty darn amazing. It’s not my favorite clitoral vibrator, but it still works great. It’s hard plastic, so it does allow for some amazing pressure to be applied during use and the vibrations are strong enough to work well for most women. It is an extremely comfortable size to hold in my hand, and I actually find that the vibrator feels “right” in my had. It feels like it’s the perfect size to be grasped. The rubber-like pattern to help in grasping the vibrator actually does. Even when covered in lubricant, I can easily grap this and continue to manuever it without any problem. It just feels like a comfortable vibrator to use, and I’ve actually become very fond of it. The weight is perfect, the size is perfect, and the vibrations are perfect. The button being on the top of the vibrator also felt very natural, and I didn’t have any problem accidentally changing the vibrations.

How the batteries fit into the department on the Onye Fleur

The box says the B3 Onye is waterproof. I found that to definitely be true. It appears to be waterproof and splashproof as long as the rubber seal is in tact and as long as the vibrator is screwed all the way shut. The rubber gripper helps be able to hold the Onye during shower use as well which is really nice.

So how do you clean plastic? It’s pretty easy. You just use some warm water and antibacterial soap to whipe down the vibrator. Since this is plastic, it is compatable with silicone and water-based lubricant as well. The material selection is great, and it doesn’t provide much drag at all. It’s easy to slide across the skin, and it’s hard so you can use the vibrator to apply pressure during use too.

To be honest, aside from the loud vibrations, I don’t see any sort of a problem with this sex toy. It has great grip, can provide a variety of levels of vibration externally, and fits into most tight spaces because of the size. It feels completely natural to have in my hand, and I’m really proud to own this, and I can see this becoming one of my favorite vibrators. This bullet vibrator is available from this adult store, so go buy your B3 Onye Bullet Vibe today. While you’re at their site, check out some of the other Big Teaze Toys.

11 Comments on "B3 Onye Bullet Vibe Review"

seaofneptune says...
May 05th, 2010

It’s definitely a pretty looking vibrator, with the metallic coloring I would have thought it was metal at first not plastic. I like the look of it better than the other Onye toy. I like the grip on it as well! Thanks for the review!

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Becca says...
May 20th, 2010

“So how well does it work? I’m going to say it’s pretty darn amazing. It’s not my favorite clitoral vibrator, but it still works great.”

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unsatisfied says...
December 29th, 2011

It worked great when I first got it and I was very happy. Unfortunately I only had the chance to use it about 3 times before it slowly began to stop
vibrating and eventually not turn on at all. I contacted the company and they sent me a new one which also had the same problem. Ridiculously low quality for the price.

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