I’m getting more used to realistic toys, but I have to admit I still prefer whimsical looking ones. Babeland indulged this preference recently when they sent me the Perfect Pet (My Pet) vibrator to review.
The Pet comes in an easy-to-open clamshell case, visible through the front. Product information is on the back. Inside the case is the vibrator, as well as 3 AAA batteries so you can use him right away.
This is absolutely the cutest little vibrator! It’s a soft pinkish purple on the upper part with a white base. The head and body are made of silicone with a matte finish, so they’re firm with just a bit of give and they have a bit of drag to the surface. The entire toy is 5 3/4″ long with 3” insertable, so it’s on the smaller side.
The Pet has a face like a seal, complete with eyes, nose, and whiskers. The 1 1/2″ diameter head has an indentation on top, which accentuates and gives this little critter more of a nose. The head is bulbous and slightly curved into the body to stimulate the g-spot.
The body is wrapped by four ripples, which for me were more for decoration than stimulation. A noticeable seam runs up the sides, but it’s small and isn’t felt during use.
The Pet has a white plastic bottom which is separated from the base by a silver band. The base is a clear, faceted “crystal”. Turning it counterclockwise less than 1/4 of a turn removes the base to access the battery compartment. The locked/unlocked positions are labeled on the white right above the base.
A removable battery tray comes out, and the battery direction is clearly labeled. This tray sits firmly when holding batteries, and is hard to remove. It helps if you’ve got fingernails and some strong fingers, or a pair of pliers works wonders.
The control button for the Pet is on the front of the toy below the fourth ripple. The button is labeled on/off, and also cycles through the Pet’s vibration patterns, which are:
- High and steady, buzzy
- fast pulse which is throbby and low
- super fast pulse, also throbby and low
- high and buzzy, with three long pulses followed by 5 seconds of steady vibration
A final push of the button turns this off. The vibrations are nice and strong, and especially strong in the tip. The Pet isn’t too loud, although a bit louder than a vibrating cell phone when in use.
The Pet is splashproof but not waterproof, so it won’t be joining you in the shower or bath. It’s made of silicone on the top and ABS plastic, so it’s non-porous, phthalates-free and hypoallergenic. It’s easy to clean – simply wash with warm water and antibacterial soap, or use your favorite toy cleaner. Only water-based lubricants are safe to use.
So, Did It Work? The design of the Pet really appealed to me. It is adorable! I do wish it was a bit longer, however. The head hit my g-spot, but it would have been easier to hold on to with a few more inches overall. It also would have been better for thrusting.
I liked the feeling of the head and the firmess it provided, especially on my clit. I could press this down and get the stimulation I needed. The vibrations were quite strong, and I liked that there wasn’t that ridiculously low speed most vibrators have that I can never feel. I would have liked a dedicated on/off button though – there’s nothing worse than having to cycle through settings to when you’re trying to shut something off in a hurry! Luckily there’s only four patterns to go through.
The thing I really disliked about the Pet was the battery compartment. While the battery tray came out fine without batteries, it was hard to put in and get out when it was loaded. At least the base was easy to remove and replace.
Overall, the Pet was a fun vibrator, and if smaller, compact vibrators that have strong vibrations and a cute, non-realistic appearance appeal to you, you’ll enjoy this one. If you’d like to take home a Pet of your own, you can purchase one at Babeland.com.
Thank you to Babeland for sending this to me for free to review!
This product was provided to me free of charge by Babeland in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.