If Only It Had A Better Name...
There is a lot to love about the Club Jenna "Velvet" series of vibrators. The "Kitty Caress" is my second one from the line, and so far it seems that it's right in line with the Velvet G. Namely a fabulous vibrator with one utterly incomprehensible production decision. This is what I thought when I opened the box... Nice, inoffensive packaging - check. Waterproof style - check. Fabulous soft sexy texture - check. Attractive and intriguing shape and color - check Incomprehensible warning label... check... wait a second... Why is there a sticker on my vibrator that could quite easily mean any of "Do not put batteries in the device," or "Do not insert device into coffee cup," or even "Do not drink coffee while holding a battery." There is no explanation for the warning label anywhere in the box, it's just a graphic element stuck to the outside of the base in order to confuse people. The equivalent in the velvet G was the paper label telling you which way to insert the batteries that fell out of the vibrator when you opened it. Anyway, I was still intrigued enough by the vibrator to risk playing with it. I hid all coffee in another room and prayed to the gods of rechargeable batteries that I'd be safe. Then I put the batteries in the vibrator and... it didn't work. I went through three sets of batteries before noticing that inside the battery compartment was another one of those removable pieces of paper. So I decided not to listen to it, flipped the batteries around, and boom. We had vibrator. All of that was a lot of introduction to say that the Kitty Caress is a nice, basic, waterproof vibrator. It's small and powerful, the velvet texture is wonderful, and you can feel a difference between the vaguely suction cup shaped side and the standard rounded side. I think it would probably make an excellent choice for a beginner vibrator, since it's pretty, not intimidating, and made out of my current favorite material for insertable toys.
Reviewed by: Elizabeth from Unkown.