Millenniatoybox Reviews The Life Vibrator by Leaf

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I love me some pinpoint clit stimulation. If the salsa hadn't been discontinued right on the cusp of me evolving into a reviewer, I probably would've been all over that shit. I could have settled for the tango, with its lipstick tip, but I need something more sharp, and less contoured when it comes to orgasms.

Don't get me wrong, broad stimulation has its place, but when I've already had a few orgasms and need that extra oomph to keep going, a beautiful point digging into my clit is what gets me there. 

Enter, the Leaf Life. I was a bit apprehensive at first, because I knew the shape was right up my alley, as well as the whisperings I had heard of its delicious rumbles, but the controls had me a bit skeptical. In the end, though, the shape, power, and color won while the controls I had once worried about now seem like white noise in comparison to the way it makes me feel. 

The issue with the controls is quite simple. As a reviewer, I am used to operating toys a certain way. I don't even read the manuals anymore because most toys adopt the same mechanisms that tend to make sense. Press and hold to turn on and off, press lightly to increase or decrease the power, and press and hold simultaneously for travel lock. The leaf's controls didn't turn my world upside down or anything, but they are worth mentioning, because they could be a deal breaker for some. 
 
When you receive it, it is locked, so you must press the button three times fast to unlock it. To turn it on, you press it lightly. The first speed is nice and rumbly- it gets less so on the higher speeds because it does get a bit more of a power kick, but it's not a huge deal. The problem is that when you're in the throes of passion and you'd like to increase the power, your mind does what you have conditioned it to, and you press the button lightly. Well, that turns it off. No problem, I'll just turn it back on and it'll be on the same setting, right? Wrong. It has no memory and you must start from scratch. The single button control doesn't help much, either. This was problematic the first few times I used it, but then I got used to it and by now I hardly ever make the mistake of turning it off in use. If you are someone who is a bit of a scatterbrain, though, I'd recommend only using this toy during a masturbation session so that you don't confuse functions and controls with another one. There's more... 

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Posted on July 6, 2014 and filed under leaf, silicone, vibrator.