Review: Nexus Chloe

I was thrilled with a representative from Nexus Range contacted me and asked if I would be interested in reviewing any of their products.  They offer a lot of prostate and g-spot toys but I went with one I had never heard of before, the Nexus Chloe.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type: In-ie and out-ie
  • Manufacturer: Nexus Range
  • Includes: Vibrator and Charger
  • Materials: Silicone
  • Size: 8″ long; 5″ insert-able; 1.5″ in diameter
  • Pros: Nice box;  Rechargable; Nice vibrations; Not a lint magnet; Multiple patters and modes between two motors
  • Cons: Plug doesn’t cover charge well; Shape and girth don’t work for me
  • Intensity: 3.5/5
  • Volume: 3.5/5
  • Overall Rating: 3/5
  • Recommended: Yes

chloe from nexus range

The package

The package that the Nexus Chloe comes in is nice, sturdy, and rather feminine.  The sides are a girly pink with silver flowers covering it.  The front of the box has a full size image of the product, so I suppose it isn’t the most discreet.  It also lists the functions of it, but it’s not awful.  The back of the box explains a little bit about the toy as well.  To open the box you slide the cover off and the toy and charger sit in very dense foam.  This is a great place to keep your toy safe during storage and keep the charger with it.  Due to my space contraints though, I choose to toss it into the draw with the rest of my toys and chuck the box.

chloe from nexus range

The side profile

I was a little surprised at the size of the Chloe.  It’s about 8″ in total length with about 5″ being insert-able.  The length isn’t what surprised me but the girth.  At the widest part it’s 1.5″ in diameter.  Although it’s not really a diameter as towards the middle it is more square than circular.  The tip does thin out a bit but it is wide and flat.  For me, I found this made it difficult to insert without having it sideways and then twisting it around.  The shaft is made out of soft silicone but it doesn’t have much give to it at all, which also made the girth difficult to for me to manage.  The silicone feels very soft and smooth but thankfully isn’t a lint magnet.  It does still have a good bit of drag though so you should use a good water-based lube with it.  For cleaning, it can be a little frustrating.  There is a large seam between the shaft and the control section on either side of the pink band.  The charging port is right bellow the band on the top and it does have a small rubber plug that hooks into the side.  However, the plug does not stay in very well.  There is also a bit of a gap around the control pad and the manual even says to be cable to not get water around the buttons.  You have to be careful when cleaning and in use to not get lube and fluid in the charging port and buttons as well as cleaning out the cracks well.  There is also a seem that runs the length of the toy that be be felt slightly with our fingers, but I did not notice it at all when inserted.

chloe from nexus range

Toy and charger

Technically, this is a dual vibrator.  There are two motors, one located in the tip and one located near the control pad.  You can have the top, bottom, or both on, or three different patterns of pulsing between the motors and each has five speeds.  The vibrations in the tip are fairly deep while the handle is slightly buzzier.  I also don’t find the vibrations in the handle to be as strong but if only the bottom motor is on it does transmit a bit through the rest of the toy.  Because of the shape, I first thought this might work as a dual internal/external vibe.  However, because of the girth and the shape, it didn’t work like that for me.  It’s not flexible and I just couldn’t get the handle to reach my clit.  I don’t really get the point of having the motor in the handle, I guess just for a lighter vibration in the shaft.  The manual says “The modes are designed to stimulate sensations infused by different types of stimulation and to adjust for individual mood and preferences”.

The Nexus Chloe is a rechargeable toy and as I said earlier the charging port is on the top near the control pad.  I think it would have worked better if it were on the bottom or side.  There is an LED that lights up around the control pad and it will light up blue when you press a button if it is time to recharge the toy, otherwise it will be white.  You can also lock the control pad like many toys by pushing and holding the + and – buttons.  The up and down buttons move through the patters and the +/- buttons through the speeds.

Overall, I thought that the Nexus Chloe is an okay toy.  I do like the vibrations, but the vibrations in the handle confuse me a bit, but some people may like how it feels better that way.  For me, I wasn’t a fan of the shape and the girth, but I know there are people out there who will love it. The only thing that really bothered me about the toy is the plug that covers the charging port.  I feel like it needs to be longer to better fit into the port and not come out so easily.

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

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