Discreet, functional toys are always fun, and who doesn’t like Pirates? The thought of Errol Flynn in numerous roles, Charlton Heston as Long John Silver, or Johnny Depp all done up as Captain Jack Sparrow can make me weak in the knees. Even Pirate musicals can set me swooning. And when I play dress-up as a pirate wench, we go all out with costume, bandannas, play sword, and shackles and jewelry. Costume jewelry can be a lot of fun like this, and jewelry that has a hidden function? Count me in! Enter the Pirates Pendant Vibe from Digital Playground, which I received to review from EdenFantasys.
The pendant comes in a clear plastic box through which you can see a stormy sea, and the back has some product information. The box is easy to open. The pendant comes in pink or copper. I got the copper one which is bright and shiny, and it really does look just like costume decorative jewelry.
The Pendant Vibe is about 2 1/2″ long and just under 1” in diameter. It somewhat resembles an elongated acorn. While it can be vaginally inserted up to 1 1/2″, it’s a lot more fun to use clitorally. It should never be used anally – even though it’s on a chain, if the chain were to snap it would be lost in an instant.
The design covering the bullet is cute. It features reliefs of skulls and crossbones, crossed swords, and other swashbuckling designs. The matching copper chain is composed of small beads and is about 27” long. I found this a good length on me – it allowed the pendant to hang between my breasts. The chain is held together by a simple clasp at the back, and it can be shortened if necessary by cutting off some of the beads for the perfect length. The pendant hangs from the chain and is on a swivel hook so it won’t get tangled and it can also be removed from the chain if you desire. This swivel hook is also the button that controls the pendant’s functions.
I was pleasantly surprised to find that this toy had five vibration settings, accessed by pushing down on the swivel hook. The speeds are
– low and steady
– high and steady
– medium pulse pattern
– fast pulse pattern
– two short and 1 long pulse pattern
The vibrations are buzzy and not deep, but more than enough to get me off. They are also fairly quiet – a bit of background noise will provide adequate cover.
The pendant runs on 3 watch batteries, which are included. They come pre-inserted in the bullet, so you’ll want to unscrew the cap and remove the paper piece so the bullet will start up. The batteries have a decent lifespan. To save battery life, you can replace the piece of paper or remove the batteries when you don’t plan to use this.
This toy is made of plastic, so it’s phthalates-free, body safe, latex free and hypoallergenic. It’s also non-porous. It’s easy to clean, simply wipe with a damp soapy cloth and wipe off with water, or you can also use your favorite toy cleaner. If necessary, water-based, silicone, and oil based lubes are safe to use.
This pendant is splash proof but not waterproof, so don’t take it in the tub or it will be joining other fallen waterlogged and dead toys in Davy Jones’ Locker.
So, Does It Work? It does! I love how this vibrator really looks like costume jewelry and can be worn discreetly out and about nestled between my breasts. I also love the coppery color!
Since the button is on the top where it attaches to the chain, there’s no chance of turning it on by mistake unless you press down on the button. And being able to wear this made it convenient and accessible when we were ready to play.
I was pleasantly surprised with the multiple vibration patterns. While I love strong clitoral vibrations, the patterns on this were fun, and even on the patterns the vibrations were strong enough to help me climax.
It would have been great if this were waterproof, as it seems like it would fit in more with the pirates/sea theme, but otherwise, this is a fun one that I think we’ll be using for some time to come.
|This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer.|
This product was provided to me free of charge by EdenFantasys in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.