I supplied the Durex Delight Vibrating Bullet to GrittyWoman in exchange for her honest review. This was one of the items provided to me by Durex, who I must thank immensely for all of their continued support.
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more power and with deeper vibrations than bullet vibes usually offer (There
are a few exceptions.) However, I can still appreciate a decent bullet vibrator when
I come across one. The Durex Delight is not decent, let alone “delightful”.
vibrations that travel outwards from where the tip is touching my skin, but I can feel very little at all directly at the point of contact. Touching this bullet against my skin, I feel the vibrations become dulled from the contact. The vibrations that I can feel are tingly, teasy, shallow and not very stimulating to me. The Delight is definitely a buzzy vibrator and sounds quite high pitched but the noise levels are not too bad and you can almost fully disguise the sounds from this bullet underneath your duvet.
The Durex Delight is a substantial bullet, measuring 3.5
inches in length, with a 2.75 inch circumference. It is larger (In girth and length) than the RO-80 and the Tracey Cox bullet vibrator and yet, it is less powerful than these. I like the size of this bullet and the fact it has some weight to it. It doesn’t feel hollow and cheap. The matte plastic feels silky and it offers more drag across my skin than the glossy bullets do. It is also
waterproof and takes 1 AAA battery which is preferable to those smaller batteries or worse, watch batteries. Although looks and build quality are important to me, when it comes to vibrators my main concern is “Does it work”. I want orgasms and the Durex Delight bullet lets me down in that regard. I wouldn’t recommend it unless you are very sensitive and enjoy teasy, barely there vibrations. I would recommend passing on this one and trying the RO-80 or the RO-Mona instead.