I’d been curious about this one for a while, so I decided to buy it from EdenFantasys and give it a rock or two. The Siena Symphony from Mantric is an unusual looking g-spot vibrator. It’s not really meant for thrusting but for inserting, nestling, and rocking, so it’s better used solo and not with a partner. Its shape and girth make the Symphony filling. While it has a clitoral nub, the vibrations don’t reach it and it only stimulates the clitoris with the rocking motion of the toy.
The Symphony comes in a burgundy and white box, with a drawing of the outline of the product on the top. Product information is on the sides and bottom. Inside the box is the Symphony, nestled in a burgundy foam holder and shrink-wrapped in plastic. A small instruction manual in several languages is also included.
This vibrator is made from silicone, so it’s non-porous, hypoallergenic, phthalates-free and latex-free. It’s odorless and tasteless right out of the package. It is smooth to the touch, with a bit of drag from its matte finish. There is a noticeable seam that runs around it, but the seam cannot be felt during use and doesn’t detract from the Symphony’s stimulation. There are also some light indentation lines that run from the clitoral bulge out to the shaft of the Symphony, and some small nubs on the clitoral piece itself. I would have preferred the clitoral bulge to be a bit longer, but it was pleasurable once I got the Symphony situated.
The Symphony is made of silicone, so it’s easy to clean. While it can’t be boiled or run through the dishwasher, it can be washed with antibacterial soap and warm water and dried with a soft towel. A condom should always be used if sharing this toy, and only water-based lubricants should be used.
The batteries should be removed when the Symphony is not in use, and it should be stored away from direct sunlight. The box works well to store this toy.
The Symphony It resembles a wave, and it is a soft pink in color with a black base. A raised M in a circle is on the backside above the base. The Symphony is 8 1/2” long, with about 4” of insertable length, from the tip to right above the clitoral bump. With a 1 5/8” diameter at its widest point, the Symphony creates a feeling of fullness.
The buttons on the base face you when the toy is inserted and are easy to press. The base is easy to hold on to for rocking the toy. The base unscrews to reveal a battery compartment that holds 4 AAA batteries. A battery position diagram clearly shows how they should be inserted.
The Symphony sports 10 modes of vibration, all of which are felt mostly in the tip. In fact, the closer you get to the clitoral nub, the less the vibrations can be felt, if at all.
Two buttons, one above the other on the base, control the Symphony. Pressing either will change the vibration pattern, and the LED light between the buttons changes color when pressed. The Symphony can be turned off by pressing and holding either button, or by cycling through the vibration patterns.
In addition to changing color, the LED light also flashes in tempo with the buttons and strength. It is green for low vibrations, yellow for medium, and red for high. This is a handy feature, as you can tell what intensity the vibrations are on.
If you start by pressing the top button, the vibration patterns are:
- Fast, strong pulses
- Short, long pulses
- 2 short and 1 long pulse pattern
- 5 pulses, from low vibration increasing to high vibration
- Low to medium vibration, 2 fast pulses, then medium to high vibration and 2 fast pulses (repeats)
- Low to high vibration over 10 seconds, 2 fast pulses, then high to low vibration over 10 seconds and 2 fast pulses (repeats)
- Low to high vibration for 10 seconds followed by 3 pulses, 1 each of low, medium, and high intensity (repeats)
- Low steady vibration
- Medium steady vibration
- High steady vibration
If you start with the bottom button, the sequence is reversed. What’s unusual here is that the high steady vibration, typically my favorite mode on a vibrator, is the first vibration pattern when starting with the bottom button. The vibration patterns are unique, and it’s easy to find a few that will work best for you.
What’s especially nice is the Symphony is waterproof. Just make sure to securely twist on the cap to prevent water leaking into the battery compartment. While it isn’t a good toy for the shower, it’s great to relax in a bubble bath and let the Symphony do its thing.
I got the Siena Symphony on my own dime, and you can too at EdenFantasys.