Picobong Kiki Vibrator Review

November 03rd, 13   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comment

Picobong Kiki Vibrator

The Kiki vibrator and its shape

The Picobong Kiki vibrator is a mini clitoral vibrator made from silicone and plastic that is sold by Paris Intimates. The vibrator is about three inches long, and it has a diameter of about an inch. It uses a AAA battery for power, and that battery is supposed to last for about two hours. This silicone vibrator has steady vibration speeds as well as patterned vibration speeds. The body and soft of this sex toy is made from silicone while the base and battery compartment is made from plastic.

This Picobong Kiki review will not cover everything about the Kiki clitoral vibrator as I covered the Picobong vibrator controls, the battery system, the packaging, and how their vibrations are over at my Picobong Vibrators Overview post. Please go there and check out that information for futher information about the use of the toy. This review will deal will deal with the specific information on the Picobong Kiki.

Picobong Kiki Vibrator

The Picobong Kiki vibrator and the Picobong dice

The Picobong Kiki clitoral vibrator is made as a clitoral vibe to be used externally. As the toy is intended as a C-Vibe (Picobong’s name, not mine), the toy was really not meant to be inserted. This was surprising to me at first – especially since Kiki shares the same shape as the LELO Ella/LELO Gigi in terms of g-spot capabilities. However, Kiki’s shape is much smaller and the toy is much shorter in length, so it really wouldn’t work out well for insertion. The Kiki is definitely intended to be used externally for clitoral stimulation.

This is where part of the issue comes in. The design works well for clitoral stimulation, and it’s actually nicer than your standard “bullet” design as the head of the toy really helps provide direct vibrations. The design works great. Unfortunately, as it’s a clitoral vibrator, the vibration strength is a bit where the Kiki vibrator lets you down.

The vibrations seem to work best for teasing, but the vibrations aren’t strong enough for actual orgasm. I doubt they would be strong enough for most unless you are really sensitive to vibrations. The vibrations do work okay for teasing, though, but for a clitoral vibrator, I’d really like the vibrator to be strong enough for orgasm when it comes to vibrations.

Picobong Kiki Vibrator

The Kiki compared to a pen

The vibrations are really, really quiet though which is a definite upside. How does this help? Well, the very quiet vibrations partnered with the very small size allows the Kiki to be an okay choice for using out in public. It’s hard to find small, discreet toys that are body-safe and small enough for public use (and quiet enough!), and the Picobong Kiki definitely fits the bill for that. Just don’t expect any more than fun teasing out of it; it does teasing well, but it just needs more oomph for actual orgasm.

Overall, the Picobong Kiki vibrator is an alright vibrator with a good design, but it just needs more strength to be a fantastic clitoral vibrator. When it’s out there competing with stronger toys (like most average bullets or the JeJoue Mimi for sure!), it needs to pack a bit more punch to stand out. It does, however, run very quietly, so it may be a good choice for public use. Thanks to Paris Intimates sex toys for providing this Picobong vibrator for my Picobong Kiki review.




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