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  • Iroha Tori Waterproof Rechargeable Silicone Vibrator
  • Iroha Tori Waterproof Rechargeable Silicone Vibrator
  • Iroha Tori Waterproof Rechargeable Silicone Vibrator
  • Iroha Tori Waterproof Rechargeable Silicone Vibrator

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Iroha Tori Silicone Vibrator - Waterproof, Rechargeable, Body Safe

$129.99
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Material: Silicone
Body Safe: Phthalate-free - Non-porous
Care & Cleaning: Clean with soap and water using a lint-free cloth. Optionally, use gentle antibacterial soap or toy cleaner. Use only water-based lubricants.
Power Source: Rechargeable
Volume - Buzz: Volume Meter 1 out of 4
Strength - Intensity: Power Meter 3 out of 4
Measurements: 4.02" x 1.97" x 1.57"
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  1. Rumbly Birds  star rating

    Posted by PurpleElysium on Apr 18th 2016

    Power Rating: Strong - Got me there without a problem.

    Noise Rating: Quiet - Buzzes discreetly.

    Texture and material construction: It… looks like a bird. A wine-coloured, silky smooth silicone bird. The ridges down the back and squishy beak-like tip don’t do anything else to discourage the comparison. It’s completely adorable in a very adulty way. The sleek lines and modern shapes make it cute in a way that butterfly vibrators want to be but miss entirely. It makes me want to cuddle it.

    Tenga has created a unique line here, in terms of silicone-coated vibrators. The entire body has a delicate layer of squish and soft to the touch, with enough give to really satisfy someone who doesn’t like the hard edges of plastic vibrators but not too much to be unable to apply firm pressure. While pressure junkies might be disappointed (you can’t apply as much as with, say, the Tango or hard-bodied vibrators), the vibrations don’t vanish on contact. Although dispersing vibrations a little too widely for my tastes, the soft tip is definitely easier on the clit than hard plastic.

    Review Details: It’s more powerful than the Minamo, I can give it that. Going up to the fifth level in power is really respectable, actually, and it’s something that I (Tango-loving powerhouse me) can orgasm with on occasion. It’s not the guitar-shredding, door-breaking, ear-piercing forced orgasm that some vibrators can give me, but it’s exactly what you would expect from the soft, squishy toy in a box you clean with Windex. The orgasms are slow, lethargic, and come after a lazy bout of tumblr browsing, erotica reading, and porn watching, but they are enjoyable. And the value of relaxing orgasms, therapeutic orgasms, self-love orgasms is really sort of dismissed when we talk about the types of orgasms toys can provide when, really, they’re some of my favourites and certainly my most valuable.

    As expected, the vibrations are concentrated in the beak and come out mostly rumbly but with some buzz around them to tickle the surface. They claim the tip is ideal for penetration but unless you enjoy 1″ penetration, just let this stick to being a clit vibrator. It also seems like Tenga has improved and listened to reviewers and customers, as there’s definitely more power than the Minamo and there’s another setting and pattern. And, be still my beating heart, the second pattern makes it sound like it’s purring. The tip focuses the vibrations into a point, not a pinpoint, but more focused than in the previous line. The motor is louder, when you compare them side by side, but almost all the noise is hidden under a duvet and nothing can be heard through closed doors.

    The constant run of horniness leading up to the orgasms is kind of addicting. If I work up through each of the levels and the different pulsing rhythms each on their own, then the fifth one can push me over and it’ll be lovely. I hate wands and broad vibrations, even vibrators that claim to be focused often are just frustrating for me, but the Tori has worked surprisingly well for me. The vibrations balance, like the Minamo, between rumbly and buzz. For these, though, the vibrations ramp up the oomph and transmit through the entire bird, but the area under the neck feels the nicest when placed over my clit. And wow, is that a weird sentence.

    In terms of how it stacks up to my others, I’m a bit stumped. I absolutely love the entire style surrounding the Iroha line. They’re gorgeous and feel high-end, like they’ve been created with customers in mind, while Tenga is certainly a company that listens to its users and has improved on the last line. I regret to say that it won’t be replacing my Tango or Skittle for my everyday vibrators, but I feel that the Tori has its place and has usurped the Minamo I had before. The gentle orgasms require more investment than I’m used to, but the build-up is definitely worth it when I have the time to give them.

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