Simple and elegant, Prism gives more than its unassuming -yet pretty- looks suggest. Where most vibrators curve, this vibe is cuboid. The edges give you lots of possibilities to explore new and different sensations. Its end is uniquely angled to deliver pleasure right where you want it, and since it's a hard plastic, you can get lots or a little pressure; it's up to you!
It operates with one button on the base. The settings go from most intense to least intense, which is in reverse of most vibrators with multiple settings. It can be used for shallow vaginal penetration, but its size and shape suggest more external use.
You would like this toy if you want a smooth, small, rumbly vibrator to use primarily externally.
You would not like this toy if you like multiple settings that increase in intensity when you change them.
Our reviewer said: “I really liked the shape of the toy because there was a lot that can be done with the angles.”
Noise: 4 on a scale from 1-10
Vibration character: Rumbly
Vibration intensity: 7 on a scale from 1-10
Hold the button down a few seconds to turn off
Care and Upkeep:
Plastic is considered porous because it's easy to scratch and then stuff can hide in the scratches even if it's well cleaned. So wash this toy with warm, soapy water; don't let your cat bat it around on the floor, and know that once it touches someone's fluid, it may hold onto some of it for life. There's a rubber ring below the threads the cap screws onto that keeps the battery compartment dry. Check it regularly to make sure the ring is intact. If it breaks or wears thin, it will no longer resist water. You can take it off the toy and go into a hardware store and tell them you need an O-ring in that size. They don't have to know what it's for! As with all battery operated toys, the motor in this one will function longer and better if you remove the batteries after each use.
If you have any concerns about how this toy may be used with specific issues around mobility or other questions not addressed, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (505) 265-5815.