Review: Evolved Silicone Seduction

A while back Evolved Novelties sent me a bunch of goodies to review.  I’ve been a bad reviewer and haven’t had a chance to get to them due to so many crazy things going on in my life.  Today I’m going to be reviewing one of the items I was sent, the Evolved Silicone Fleur De Lis Seduction.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  In-ie or out-ie
  • Manufacturer:  Evolved Novelties
  • Includes:  Plastic storage case/stand and vibrator
  • Materials:  Silicone and ABS Plastic
  • Size:  7.5″ total length; 5.5-6″ insert-able length;  1.4″ in maximum diameter
  • Price:  $49.99
  • Pros:  Package is neat; Nice shape; Easy to use; Batteries can be easily removed and stored; Easy to clean
  • Cons:  Package takes up a lot of space, gets annoying if you have more than one; Slight seam
  • Intensity: 2.5/5
  • Volume: 3/5
  • Overall Rating: 4/5
  • Recommended: Yes

evolved silicone seduction

The package

I have a love hate relationship with the package for the Silicone Seduction.  I liked it a lot when I reviewed the Silicone Delight, but now it’s just a bit annoying.  It comes in a hard plastic case that can stand up.  It’s neat and it looks cool, especially if you put your toys on display.  However, it takes up a lot of space if you don’t display things and it involves a lot of unscrewing to get your toy out of the package.  First, you unscrew the base of the case, then you unscrew the toy from the base.  If you want to turn the toy on, you have to unscrew the end cap of the toy and take off the plastic piece that allows you to attach it to the base in the first place.  This plastic piece also puts enough of a gap that you cannot turn the toy on while it is there.  That can be a good thing as well, if you don’t want to accidentally turn it on during transport, but they provide another feature that I will talk about later for that.  Overall, it’s a neat case, but I just don’t have room for it and will be tossing it (maybe it can be recycled? I don’t know).

The toy itself is about 7.5″ in total length and around 5.5″ to 6″ are insert-able.   It has a maximum diameter of just over 1.25″.  It is the general shape of a traditional style vibrator, but near the top it has a large bulging and then tapering down to a blunt point.  I find that the point makes it very easy to insert and the diameter is nice and filling.   The rest of the shaft is about 1″ in diameter, so the contrast between the bulge and the shaft even allows me to get a bit of g-spot stimulation out of it.  A g-spot curve doesn’t tend to hit my g-spot quite right, so toys with a buldge around a smaller shaft allow me to sort of tug on my g-spot.  One downside I did notice is there does seem to be a very slight seam that I can feel with my fingers.  I cannot feel it when inserted, so it’s not a big problem though.  As far as material goes, the shaft is a soft matte silicone that does require a bit of lube and the end cap is made from plastic.  The silicone is a bit squishy, but most of the toy is firm and does not bend.  There is some flexibility just below the bulge though.  I would suggest using only a water-based lube with this toy.  Clean up is also very easy.  You can use toy wipes, cleaner, or soap and water.  There is an o-ring in the cap and it seems to seal very tightly so you can safely submerge it as well.

evolved silicone seduction

The Seduction

I mentioned earlier that there is another way to prevent the toy from turning on accidentally.  When you open up the end cap, you find a small battery sleeve.  This sleeve holds the two AAA batteries and allows you to remove the batteries quickly and easily and keeps them together.  I really like this and it makes it easier for me to take the batteries out when the toy is not in use which will help your batteries and toy last longer.  I have read that there are some complaints about the battery sleeve being too big, but I have had no issues with mine.  The batteries fit in it snugly into the sleeve and the sleeve into the compartment.  There was also concern about the little tab to pull the sleeve out breaking off, but mine seems pretty sturdy.  Plus if it does, all it takes is a little shake and the sleeve comes right out.

The operation of the toy is as simple as a push of a button.  No really.  It has just one button on the bottom of the end cap and it simply clicks through the three speeds.  The vibrations are a tad on the buzzy side and about average level for two AAA batteries.  I do find them enjoyable, particularly internally, though many may not find them to be quite strong enough.

Overall, I liked the Evolved Silicone Seduction better than the Delight.  The shape was just more pleasing to me.  It’s a pretty simple toy, but I think that’s nice.    The only major downside I have is the price.  It is a bit expensive, especially to only run off two AAA batteries.  However, the construction seems solid and I’m sure it will last a long time, plus it’s silicone!  If you love the shape, but are on a budge or just prefer plastic check out the regular Seduction or the Holiday Edition.  You can pick up all of these and other Evolved Novelties products at Eden Fantasys.

product picture
Traditional vibrator by Evolved
Material: Silicone

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

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