Review: Lovemoiselle Cecile

I’ve tried almost every type of toy material out there, but ceramic is one that I had not had the pleasure to experience.  The Lovemoiselle line is one I’ve had my eye on for quite a while.  I was thrilled when I got the chance to review the Lovemoiselle Cecile from Eden Fantasys.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  In-ie and out-ie
  • Manufacturer:  Ophoria
  • Includes:  Cecile and storage bag
  • Materials:  Ceramic
  • Size:  8″ in total length; 5.5-6″ insert-able; just under 1.5″ in diameter
  • Price:  $47.99 (on sale I believe, $79.99 originally)
  • Pros:  Elegant packaging; Comes with a storage bag;  Not an intimidating size; A lot like glass – temperature play, easy to clean, etc; The shape is nice;  Very pretty
  • Cons:  Vibrations are very very weak; Runs on AAAs (not included);  Expensive
  • Intensity: 1.5/5
  • Volume: 2/5
  • Overall Rating: 2/5
  • Recommended: No, go with a cheaper non-vibrating ceramic toy

lovemoiselle cecile

The package

The packaging for the Cecile to me seems very elegant.  It’s black with silver writing and a few silver or shiny black flowers over the box.  There is a small window where you can see the end of the toy which has the same flower design as on the box.  The back lists several features of the toy in multiple languages and overall it’s a classier version of Ophoria’s standard packaging.  It’s not a package I kept though because they do provide a storage bag.  The only issue is the end of the storage bag is a little tight around the end of the toy.

lovemoiselle cecile

The Cecile

The Cecile is a traditional style vibrator.  It’s about 8″ in total length with around 5.5 to 6″ being insert-able.  The overall diameter is just under 1.5″.  The body of the toy is made from ceramic.  It has a slightly curved and wavy body.  It also has a a small wavy ridge along side a painted flower.  The shape of the toy is pleasing.  It’s not intimidating and it’s easy to insert and hold.  I think it’s also very pretty and feminine.  Ceramic is a very hard material though so if you like a bit of give to a toy I would not suggest it.  It will hold temperature well much like glass toys.  While ceramic is typically porous, it’s vitrified during processing to make it non-porous.  The surface is not rough at all and it feels like a typical ceramic dinner plate.  It gets very slippery with a bit of lube and you can use water or silicone lubes with it.  To me, it feels and acts much like glass toys I have, which I kind of expected.  It’s also very easy to clean, you can wash it with soap and water or toy cleaner and it should be safe to bleach it.  You can clean it like you’d clean ceramic dinnerware, just be sure to not use any rough and abrasive scrubbers.

lovemoiselle cecile

The battery compartment and end cap

It appears that the ceramic is covering ABS plastic and the end cap, where you put batteries in, is also plastic.  The cap is fairly easy to open, it just twists off.  There is a small rubber o-ring around the base of the battery compartment, but I’m not sure I’d feel safe submerging it.  I’d also be worried that water would get inbetween the ceramic and plastic.  It runs off two AAA batteries, which were not included.  The vibrations are fairly weak.  I feel like the vibrations don’t transmit through the ceramic very well at all.  There’s very little change in the feel from the low and high speeds.  There are very few toys where I am actually disappointed in the level of vibration, but the Cecile did leave me disappointed.  Perhaps the positioning of the motor affects how well the vibrations transmit, but I think it’s just the material itself.  It does have two speeds of constant vibration and three pulsing functions.  To turn the toy on you push the power button.  Each press of the button will cycle through the functions and to turn it off you push and hold the button for two seconds.

Overall, I’m not sure I would recommend the Lovemoiselle Cecile or any of the vibrating line of the Lovemoiselle products.  They are very expensive, especially for something that that only runs on AAA batteries.  I also don’t think many people will actually be able to enjoy the vibrations.  I do like the shape and hardness but I think if you really want a ceramic toy I would go with a non-vibrating one such as the Lovemoiselle Elodie, Pleasure, or the G-Brush as they are much cheaper.

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product picture
Traditional vibrator by Lovemoiselle
Material: Ceramic
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer.

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

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