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After reading all the reviews about the Stronic line, I knew I had to try one out. I’ve bought products because of reviews and sometimes it’s a disaster but sometimes I’m blown away. Well, I’m blown away with the Fun Factory Stronic Real Pulsator 2.
I was genuinely ecstatic to be chosen to review the Fun Factory Volta Vibrator for the March Pleasure Panel. I have never used a Fun Factory product before, but Fun Factory is a brand of sex toy that has leaped out at me on many occasions. Fun Factory packaging is always vibrant and funky, and the products look innovative and of a high quality. The Fun Factory brand conjures up an image of guaranteed pleasure.
Rarely do I come across a new sensation in what looks like a standard G spot vibrator. But the Fun Factory Stronic G is not a vibrator. It’s a thrusting pulsator, with a motor of the likes I have never encountered before. To say I was excited to try the Fun Factory Stronic G Pulsator 2 would be an understatement.
Since my youngest was born I must confess to going back to the familiar comfort of tampons. However, when Fun Factory offered me their new Fun Factory FUN Cup Explore Kit to review, I welcomed the opportunity to give menstrual cups another try.
Keep your halos tight, Fun Factory have made a sex toy as dark as my soul. The Fun Factory Darling Devil Vibrator is one of their latest sex toys. It comes in a delicious red, or darkest black. I was fortunate to receive the black Darling Devil, plus the Fun Factory Hybrid Kit Power Pack, to test and review for the Pleasure Panel.
By Toraval: Thanks to Cara Sutra, I got the pleasure of trying out the Fun Factory Cayona Mini Vibrator (which retails at £59). I received the package through the post very quickly (thank you Cara). I eagerly opened it, and found...
By Hella Rude For those who don't know me from various sex-ed watering holes online, my name's Hella Walkington and I'm a sex geek. I've been working with the adult retail industry for over 5 years and the fetish scene for more than a decade, and in that time I have handled a lot of sex toys.
Using a strapless strap on does require extremely strong pelvic floor muscles. It takes lots of practice to hold the bulb of a strapless strap on even while just standing, never mind while thrusting in and out of a female or male partner. I find it even more difficult to keep it in position with my male partner, as anal sex tends to be naturally stiffer than vaginal as the anal entrance is much tighter. I found during use that I had to hold it in place a lot of the time by the area underneath, where the bullet protrudes to allow access to the control button. I found a great solution to this issue by using the Fun Factory Sharevibe with my new Bella panty harness, but I realise not everyone has one of these. In any case you’re meant to be able to use the Sharevibe without having to hold on to it all the time. It is going to take a lot more practice, as it’s been quite some time since regular Tantus Feeldoe use with female lovers.
As the material of the B Balls is mostly silicone (aside from the ABS plastic white slashes) they’re compatible with water based lubricant only. You can use a hybrid lube safe for use with silicone sex toys if you prefer. Water based lube is great for me personally as it dissipates over time but still provides that necessary initial glide. You do need to use lube with anal sex toys & during anal sex as this area of the body does not produce it's own natural lubricant. Some Fun Factory toy lubricant was included with the B Balls. In my opinion the Fun Factory B Balls would be suitable for both beginners to anal play and those who are more experienced. For complete beginner, being relaxed and most probably stimulating other areas sexually will help with the insertion of the B Balls. It’s a shame that no storage pouch was provided for the B Balls because it does make it difficult to store them safely. You're not supposed to store silicone products directly next to each other because the material on both can deteriorate.
While the Tiger Stub Dildo is subtly phallic with a rounded tip and curved, textured shaft, the Boss Dildo is quite adamantly penile. Which just may become one of my favourite phrases. Can a dildo be adamantly penile? Well the Boss Stub certainly is. It's not quite a 'realistic' dildo, with veins and balls and a frenulum, but it's definitely not abstract either. it falls happily and beautifully between the two. it has a prominent rounded tip which looks like a smoother version of a penis head, with a curve to the shaft that's almost lifelike. There's a mere ripple of implication of veins to the front of the dildo, near the base, with a bulge to please anally or vaginally before reaching the flat base.