This elegant and sophisticated sex toy is a great start for beginners, and thanks to the metal case, it also makes a great gift. Nestled in a beautiful metal case, perfect for storage and safekeeping, the Seduction is a truly amazing vibrator for the price.
The first thing I noticed about this is its packaging. It comes in a really nice looking velvet-lined metal box - it almost reminds me of a glorified Altoids tin. If you've ever has the pleasure of unwrapping a Liv or a Lily, you'll have an idea of what this experience is like; the feeling of quality is obvious even before you have the toy in your hands.
The vibrations from the Symphony are not the strongest and not the weakest. The toy is constructed of a soft, almost velvety plastic, which really transmits the vibrations well. On the other hand, the motor itself is not the strongest, so it balances out to provide a good enough buzz to get most women off, but this is not one that'll deliver an orgasm through your jeans, if you know what I mean.
The controls are super simple - three speeds, cycled with each press of a button. As a matter of personal taste, I prefer vibrators with a twisting or sliding speed control so my lover can very slo-w-l-y increase the vibrations. There's nothing wrong with a button controller, and many people prefer it - it's just not my favorite.
This would also make a great sexy gift, and I can't imagine anyone who would fail to be impressed by the Symphony's excellent packaging and presentation. All in all, this is one of the best beginner's toys around.
|Size:||7" long (6" insertable)|
|Battery Info:||2 AA batteries required|