1. PicoBong Kiki Silicone Clitoral Vibrator

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      1. PicoBong Kiki Silicone Clitoral Vibrator

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    1. Product Description

      A sensual and soft clitoral vibrator with a near-silent motor for discreet pleasure. Made from smooth silicone and contoured to transmit the 12 patterns and 18 speeds of vibration directly to your clitoris for sensational orgasms every time.

      Beautifully designed with a naturally curved form and flattened tip, discover the pleasures of having all the attention focused on your C-spot.

      Fantastically versatile, you can also insert the mini vibrator and direct the tip towards your G-spot, applying gentle pressure as you kick-start the vibrations.

      The mini vibrator boasts a near-silent motor that's perfect for those who value their privacy. Simply press the discreet + button located under the logo on the side of the vibrator to start the vibrations and cycle through the array of powerful speeds.

      Once you have reached the highest speed setting you can alternate between the 12 patterns by holding down the + button for two seconds. To return to vibration, simply press the - button again. Discover which speed, pattern or combination works best for you and indulge in powerful orgasms from the push of a button.

      Completely waterproof up to a depth of 1 meter, take your Kiki into the bath or shower to add plenty of excitement to your aquatic play time.

      Apply plenty of your favorite water-based lubricant to your mini vibrator for added pleasure and slippery fun.

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    Customer Reviews

    PicoBong Kiki Silicone Clitoral Vibrator 7 out of 10 7 out of 10 (2 reviews) Write your own review

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    1. PicoBong Kiki

      Reviewed: November 15, 2011 by WakkaWakka, a Bisexual Going Steady Female

      An unmarked brown envelope for me?

      It must only be from Lovehoney. I ripped open the ever-so discreet packaging and found a pretty little Picobong Kiki vibrator - made by the luxury toy company Lelo - in blue looking back at me.

      Upon first glance, the Kiki looks very much like a G-Spot vibrator because of the curved shape. The only difference is that it is considerably smaller. PicoBong claims it’s a “C-Spot” vibrator (why they couldn’t just call it a clit vibe to save the hassle of confusing people is beyond me). It claims to be waterproof, near silent and body safe.

      The material is silky to the touch and the overall quality of the toy is very impressive.

      The range of vibration is also very good. You are able to change the speed and intensity by simply pushing the + and - buttons within the PicoBong logo. There is a setting for every taste on this little vibe.

      I found it to be a very good vibe to stroke and tease but I am a fan of strong vibrations, which this can do but I can already feel the battery dying off after a couple of intense uses (I'm an advocate of the rechargeable vibrator).

      It DOES work fine in the bath as well, which was a lot of fun ;)

      It's a fantastically made toy and a little bit of luxury for a lower budget.

      Just don't be fooled into thinking this will make a good G-Spot vibe... it's too small to use comfortably for that.

    2. Overall Rating:
      8 out of 10
      Attractiveness:
      10 out of 10
      Quietness:
      9 out of 10
      Ease of Use:
      9 out of 10
      Material & Build Quality:
      9 out of 10
      Strength of Vibrations:
      8 out of 10
      Orgasm Rating:
      8 out of 10
      Pros
      I like the shape and the speed/pulsation variations.
      Cons
      It's deceptive. Looks like a G-spot toy but it's not.
      Bottom line
      A well made, pocket friendly clit vibe.
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    1. Sitting on the fence

      Reviewed: December 9, 2012 by Blueeyes82, a Straight Single Female

      The Kiki is a C-spot vibrator, basically meaning it is a clitoral vibrator. It has 12 vibration patterns, which is a mixture of vibrations and pulsations.

      There are 2 operational buttons on the Kiki, a - and a +. To switch this sex toy on, all you need to do is hold down the + button and you will activate the lowest vibration setting. To move throw the speeds, hold down the + button, to reduce the speed, hold down the - button. To switch the Kiki off, either hold both buttons down together for 3 seconds or press the - button until the vibrations stop.

      The Picobong Kiki takes 1 AAA battery, which is not included with this purchase.

      When I first took this product out, I couldn't work out how to operate it through the different patterns, as there are only 2 buttons but reading the manual, it does explain this in short detail. To move through the different patterns, you need to hold down the + button for 2-3 seconds and then let go.

      To place the battery into the Kiki, unscrew the capped end of the product, slip the 1 x AAA battery into it's holding and then screw the cap back on.

      As long as the screw cap is done up tightly, the Kiki is waterproof up to 1 meter depth of water.

      With the Kiki, you also get an operation/guarantee manual (12 months), as well as a dice (has pictures on of other picobong products).

      I was a little skeptical with testing the Kiki out, mainly because I knew the power of the vibrations wouldn't suit me. But I kept my level head on and cracked on.

      The Kiki is made from medically graded 100% silicone, which covers the shaft area, the base is made from ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) plastic. Picobong products are body safe, non-porous and latex free.

      To use, it was easy enough to hold in place, although switching through the vibration modes was a little tricky at first, until you got the hang of it. I did find that I had to use a water based lubricant, to help me on my way, not a lot, just a drop or two, so that there was no real friction between the silicone and my skin. I wasn't overly impressed as it just didn't hit me with power at all, I did give it a good go but the vibrations didn't hit my spot as well as other sex toy products of the clitoral kind did.

      To clean; you can wash in warm soapy water but I would advise that you use a cotton wool ear bud to clear out the embossed lettering. It can get tricky with the jeweled covered (version) end but with the combination of a good soak/sex toy cleaner and cotton wool ear buds, you can keep the Kiki clean.

      Not so keen on the RRP, I mean this is a good quality product, even though it's LELO's 'cheaper' brand. But the lack of power is a let down. You can purchase a product of the same size, doing the same thing but stronger for £20.00!

      It does have a redeeming quality, that it is super quiet but I would suggest that this product is more of a 'warming up toy' or 'teaser' to a main player.

      But I did have fun teasing Mr. Monkey with this, he loved the vibrations up his shaft, even running it down his belly and sitting it just above his willy, made him chuckle. Oh and don't forget the nipples, it's good for a tease on men or women,

    2. Overall Rating:
      6 out of 10
      Attractiveness:
      9 out of 10
      Quietness:
      9 out of 10
      Ease of Use:
      8 out of 10
      Material & Build Quality:
      10 out of 10
      Strength of Vibrations:
      5 out of 10
      Orgasm Rating:
      6 out of 10
      Pros
      Compact, 12 variations of vibrations and easy(ish) to use.
      Cons
      vibrations just weren't strong enough.
      Bottom line
      It's okay,
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