My First Trojan

I have no experience with Trojan. They’re known for their condoms, of course, and I’ve never used any (not just Trojans, but condoms in general). Recently, though, Trojan came out with a line of vibrators that looked intriguing, so I was happy to receive the Trojan Vibrations Midnight Collection Compact 3.3 vibrator from to review.

The Compact 3.3 comes in a deep purple box with white and gold lettering. The vibrator is visible through the front, and the back contains information about the product. Inside the box is the vibrator, a black silk storage pouch, an instruction manual, and 1 AA battery so you can use this vibrator right away.

This is a small vibrator – about the size of a traditional pocket rocket. It’s about 4 3/4″ long and 1 1/8” wide at its widest point. While it can be inserted up to 2”, it’s best used to stimulate the clit.

The Compact 3.3 is made of plastic and silicone, both in a pretty, deep purple. The plastic of the handle has shimmer under the light and has a PU coating, while the tip is matte silicone with a soft feel and a bit of drag.  The sides of the silicone tip are ringed with mild ridges. Between the two halves is an O-ring, which is visible even when the toy is assembled. This O-ring makes the Compact 3.3 water resistant – so it’s safe in the shower – but doesn’t make it waterproof, so it shouldn’t be submerged.

Two raised markings right above the O-ring, and a single raised marking below, allow the battery compartment to be accessed – when closed the bottom marking lines up with the rightmost top marking.  Twist the base 1/4 of a turn counter clockwise to open the toy. The Compact 3.3 takes 1 AA battery. It’s inserted + side down. To close, line up the markings and twist until the base is locked to the tip.

This vibrator has 3 speeds and 3 pulse patterns, controlled by the single push button on the bottom.  The vibrations are low, medium, and high steady, while the pulse pattern are long, medium, and short pulses.  A seventh press of the button turns the Compact 3.3 off. The Compact 3.3 can also be turned off on any setting by pressing and holding the button for 1 second.

The vibrations are mainly concentrated in the tip and upper part of the toy (above the O-ring), although they can be felt the entire length.  The vibrations are moderate, as you’d expect from a single AA battery, and they’re quite buzzy. They are somewhat loud, although no one will hear them through a door if you’ve got some music or other background noise on.

The Compact 3.3 is easy to clean both before and after use with warm water and antibacterial soap. It can be wiped dry with a towel, and stored in the provided pouch. Only waterbased lubes should be used if needed.

So, Did It Work? This is a pretty good little vibe. It’s comparable in strength to a standard pocket rocket, so it’s moderately strong, although the silicone tip is nicer. It’s not squishy at all, so you can still get the direct hard pressure on your clit.   The design and color are nice, as is the fact that it has pulsation patterns instead of just straight vibrations. I like that it came with a storage bag, as well.

Thank you to Babeland for sending this to me to review! If you’d like to try the Trojan Compact 3.3, you can pick one up today at .

This product was sent to me for free in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.

23 responses to “My First Trojan

  1. It seems awfully overpriced for what it does. Pocket rockets can certainly be had for much less than $50!

  2. I’ve never had any experience with Trojan either! I’m glad I’m not the only one – I thought just about everyone had used a Trojan condom. I have been looking for a replacement for my pocket rocket (I dislike how hot it gets if I use it for too long), so I might consider the Compact. It’s super cute too.