A while back I had the opportunity to review the Sqweel, a rather unique toy that simulated oral sex by using a wheel of “tongues”. I wasn’t crazy about it, mostly because it didn’t handle pressure well. As long as I was looking for a light, teasing lapping sensation, it was quite delightful, but as soon as I got aroused and wanted to press it into me, the tongues slowed down if they didn’t stop all together, which was immensely frustrating. I grew to like it a bit more over time, as long as I used it for a teasing toy. Sometimes my husband would want me to prolong being teased, and I will say the Sqweel worked well that way.
I’ve also become attracted to rabbits of late, and I’ve found a few that I really enjoy. The trickiest thing with rabbits is getting the clit stimulator to work – sometimes it’s too short, and other times the vibrations just aren’t strong enough. If the size and power are right, I’ve come (and cum) to quite enjoy them. When I saw the Sqweevee, a Sqweel accessory, up for review from Babeland, the concept intrigued me, and so I decided to request it for review and see what kind of a rabbit it would make out of the marriage of my Sqweel and a vibrator.
The Sqweevee comes in an easy to open clamshell case, and it’s visible through the front of the package. The back of the package insert has some information on how to use it, and features a picture to give you ideas. The front of the package proclaims, “Soft flexible case, Fits most vibrators.” I was definitely ready to see what this could do!
The Sqweevee is made of silicone, easy to clean with soap and water, a boil on the stove, or a run through the dishwasher. It’s a very bright pink. It’s soft, but it’s not very flexible – it’s just slightly larger than the Sqweel, so you have to work it to get it on. You’ll want to be certain which way you want the tongues to lap at you, and then insert the Sqweel accordingly.
Once the Sqweel was inserted into the Sqweevee, I was ready to insert my favorite vibrator. And I ran into a problem. The hole through which my favorite vibrator needed to go is only 7/8” in diameter. It doesn’t stretch all that much. This doesn’t fit my favorite vibrators by a long shot. What this does fit is a traditionally shaped vibrator, no larger than 1 1/4″ in diameter, and with a smooth surface. The vibrator has to be inserted base side first, and it’s tough to get it seated properly in the hole if it’s close to the 1 1/4″ size. Even with a water-based lube, it was tricky to get this in place.
Fortunately, I had a few vibrators that did fit into the Sqweevee, so I picked one, got situated, and saw what this could do.
So, Did It Work? The Sqweevee is a pretty cool idea, although it has its drawbacks. For me, once I found a vibrator that would work, it held the vibrator at the right angle for good penetration and I could also position the Sqweel’s tongues to hit just right. It’s easy to hold and control both vibrators with the Sqweevee, and essentially gives you a rabbit with a flicking clitoral stimulator instead of vibrations. The Sqweel fits into the Sqweevee with the tongues either lapping up or down, so you can have the tongue movement you prefer. With the vibrator holder being open, there’s no problem reaching the button or dial on the bottom of your vibrator for control. This did make make the Sqweel more fun to use with the added penetration, and it certainly made my separate vibrators into a fairly fun rabbit.
My biggest complaint with the Sqweevee is the size of the vibrator holder. Most of my vibrators are a far cry from 1 1/4″, so I couldn’t use this with any of my favorites. Fortunately I have some that worked, but I would have much preferred the Sqweevee to hold a larger vibe. A stretchier silicone, or a larger holder, would have been much appreciated.
If you like the Sqweel, and you have vibrators 1 1/4″ or less in diameter, you might find this a pretty useful accessory. It will give you a unique rabbit vibrator and a rather different self-pleasuring experience.
This product was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.