Wishing for a Sticky Situation
With my new iVibe Suction Cup Rabbit, it was lust at first sight. I love the idea of being able to anchor my toys before play, and the stationary position of this vibe really allowed me to enjoy this little bunny in ways I had never been able to just by myself. All I had to do was move myself in order to hit all the good spots! Although the suction cup is relatively strong, this rabbit definitely has a mind of its own. It decides to stick around when it wants to and forget about your own agenda! The suction actually acts closer to an air-hockey puck than superglue. The best surfaces in my room are the footboard of my bed and the frame of my closet. Both these areas, although smooth and clean, were not quite wide enough to keep the iVibe completely stable. Each leaves about half- to a quarter of an inch on both sides, and the iVibe can easily slide to the edge and break the seal. Even when this happens, though, the base is wide enough to keep it from sliding anywhere else until you can re-attach it. It definitely did the trick for me, but I had to keep re-attaching it every minute or so, depending on how active I was getting! All in all, this lovely little bunny boasts a sliding scale of vibration that moves from mild to medium high, although it seems a lot happier in the higher end of the scale. On low it seems a little too much like The Little Engine That Could, chugging along one moment as a time. All that chugging wasn't quiet, either. The noise levelâ€¦ well, it's not bashful. This rabbit likes to express itself with a loud whir and the beads make a crackling sound somewhat akin to popcorn. When the house was quiet I could hear it through a closed door, but not with ambient noise. Even with the sliding issues I still adore the versatility of this vibe, and I look forward to experimenting with different surfaces in the future!
Reviewed by: Mel from Unknown.