Review: bCute Pearl

I love cute vibrators, so I was excited to get the bSwish bCute Pearl to review from

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type: Out-ie and in-ie
  • Manufacturer: bSwish
  • Materials: Silicone
  • Size: 4 1/4″ long, 3″ insert-able, 1″ wide
  • Price: $19.99
  • Pros: Study box that’s good for storage; Very nice storage bag; Body safe silicone; Water-proof
  • Cons: Finicky control; Too small for some; Low vibrations
  • Intensity: 2/5
  • Volume: 2/5
  • Overall Rating: 2/5
  • Recommended: No

the bcute pearl box

bCute Pearl Box

The bCute Pearl comes in the standard bSwish style packaging.  It’s a very sturdy cardboard box with a pull out tray.  It has a plastic insert that the toy sits in, but you can pull that out and store a few lube packets in the box with your toy.  It’s a small box so not much will fit.  The box also has the same girl as all the other bSwish packages I’ve seen.

the bcute pearl on it's storage bag

bCute Pearl and Storage Bag

The toy also comes with a small storage bag.  I love the storage bag.  It’s a super plush sweat-shirt like material and is very soft on the inside.  However it is only just big enough for the bCute itself and I did find that the drawstring will not stay pulled tight.  But otherwise, the bCute is made from silicone, so this is a great way to store it to keep it from touching any other toys.  It also helps keep it pretty lint free.  As I said, the bCute is solid silicone with a plastic dial.  It is a high quality silicone, though it does have a slight seam.  You should only use a water-based lube with this toy and it is water-proof so it’s very easy to clean.

the bCute pearl in my hand

The bCute Pearl in my Hand

The bCute Pearl is a very small toy.  It measures only 4 1/4 in length with 3″ being insert-able.  It’s also a little under 1″ wide.  This toy is insert-able, but I feel it’s best use is as a clit stimulator.  I like how the bulbs feel rubbing over mine.  For me, the toy does very little for me when inserted.  The vibrations are also rather buzzy and not all that strong, even for me.  It takes only one AA battery which provides a low-medium level of vibration.  The plus side to this tough is that it is a very quiet toy.

Now, I did have some issues with this product though.  The first one I received I sent back because I had issues with getting it to turn on.  It was finicky at first before it stopped all together.  The return process was very easy and I received my new toy within another week or so.  The second toy is still finicky at getting it to turn on.  You have to make sure the end cap is twisted on as hard as you can and then to turn it on turn it all the way to high before it will cut on.  You can lower the speed after that, but to me that is a product flaw and it’s something that really bothers me.

Overall, the bCute Pearl is a cute inexpensive vibrator, but I think you’ll easily be able to find a better product around the same price.  The Pearl is available in three colors:  royal purple, rose, and petal pink.  There are also two other styles of the bCute vibrator, classic and curve. carries all of these cute vibrators, so go check them out.

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*This review was sponsored by, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

3 comments to Review: bCute Pearl

  • Nicky

    The flaw you mention would bother me as well. I’d forget the requirements and never get it to work right!

  • We had the same problem with the Bcute Classic vibe and had to work on it some to get it to run right. Open the battery compartment and look on the top edge of the rim— you’ll see teeny metal contacts there. Use a pin or something to bend them up a little and it should work better. Hope that helps 🙂

    • lucid

      Yeah, I fiddled with the first one and it ended up just not working at all. I might mess with it some more, but I still don’t feel I should have to mod my toys when I buy them. It annoys me.

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