Love Eggs & Kegel Balls
By Scandarella This little bunny is hands down the cutest sex toy we have, and I kinda love it for that reason alone. But, she (yes, it’s a she and I named her Snowflake) was sent to me to test and review, so her unfortunate fate became all too clear.
I got this lovely vibrating gift of happiness as part of Cara Sutra’s Pleasure Panel and it originated from the lovely people at Simply Pleasure. The first vibrating egg I’ve tried out and that’s no yolk. Yeah, sorry, I can’t resist a pun. I like that you don’t have to shell (groan) much out for this eggcellent toy. So, let’s crack on.
When I received the Minx Vibratone Duo Balls I was firstly disappointed by the packaging. It looked like something you could buy in a pound shop (never judge a book by its cover though). I was further let down by the lack of storage. I have bought a few different balls in the past which have always had either a small bag to go with, or a small box to place them in, This however had nothing.
I have used a few different duo balls (also known as ben wa balls, love eggs, jiggle balls) in the past, but not these ones. The packaging is very simple as the picture shows and the product very easy to get out, the only thing I would have liked is a little storage box or pouch to be able keep them in. The design of the balls themselves is also simple, with a metallic coating which gives a mirrored effect, a plain white cord which attaches the two balls and a loop to help to pull them out.
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