Review: Posh 10-Function Pocket Pleaser

For June, Cal Exotics sent me the 10-Function Pocket Pleaser to review, a toy in their new Posh line.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  In-ie or out-ie
  • Manufacturer:  California Exotic Novelties
  • Materials:  Silicone and ABS Plastic
  • Size:  4″ in length; 1″ in diameter
  • Price:  $28.99
  • Pros:  Small; Discreet; Fairly quite; Silicone; Doesn’t collect a lot of lint;  Not too buzzy
  • Cons:  On the weaker side; Not sure of purpose
  • Intensity: 2.5/5
  • Volume: 2/5
  • Overall Rating: 3/5
  • Recommended: Yes, if you need a small travel vibe and cost isn’t an issue

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The package (slightly smushed by me)

The packaging is the typical white cardboard box with all the usual information.  One thing I do want to point out is that I used to complain that the packaging was bent or damaged, but this box was perfect… until I stepped on it >.> I’m not sure if the mail service has stopped tossing stuff around or if the boxes are just a bit more study, but they hold up better, just try to avoid stepping on it.  It’s still not a box to keep, so I tossed it.  It does have a picture on the front and says that it is actual size and when compared to the toy, it is.  It does come with a small slip that shows you how to insert the batter as well as a little guide to the multiple functions.

The Pocket Pleaser itself is a cute small toy and it could actually fit into a pocket, though it may look odd in your pocket if you have on very tight pants.  It comes in just under 4″ in length and slightly over an inch in diameter at the widest.  To me it looks a little odd because it looks like a very tiny rabbit vibrator.  The shaft is about 2″ that can be inserted if you wanted and there is a small little bunny with free moving ears that sticks out near the base.  The bunny is very flexible and there is not a separate motor in it (plus it’s very small) but it stretches out almost 1.5″ perpendicular to the base.  The base of the toy is an ABS plastic while the rest is silicone.  It’s a fairly soft silicone with a bit of drag to it, but doesn’t collect lint as bad as some silicone can.  It’s also a coated shaft, and while there is a slight plushness to the silicone, there is no give or flexibility to the shaft.

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The Pocket Pleaser in my hand, it’s tiny

The Pocket Pleaser runs on one AAA battery which is inserted by unscrewing the base.  It has a single push button on the bottom.  If the toy is off, pushing it will turn it on and then cycle through the functions.  To turn it off you push and hold the button for 3 seconds.  There is a small o-ring so it should be mostly waterproof.  There is also a small light that comes on around the button.  The functions include two steady speeds of vibration and 8 pulsing and escalation patterns, but it does bug me that the first steady speed is the strongest and the second is the lower speed.  The vibration itself is a low to low-medium intensity (which may be stronger with very fresh batteries) and slightly buzzy.  It doesn’t have as much buzz as a lot of other toys of this size, which is good.  It’s also decently quite.  Probably not quite enough to use in a bathroom stall, but it definitely couldn’t be heard through a closed door.

Now the use of this toy confuses me and there’s no real hint on the packaging at what it’s intended purpose is.  My first thought is that it is for discreet and portable clitoral stimulation, but the little bunny confuses me.  The vibrations don’t transmit extremely well through the bunny, but some.  You could use it for some slight internal stimulation, but the bunny comes no where near my clit.  I suppose it’s just so you can have multiple options for stimulation from the rounded head to the bunny, but I really don’t know.  If you have a low g-spot though you may be able to get some g-spot stimulation out of it.

Overall, the Posh 10-Function Pocket Pleaser is a cute little toy and it’s okay, but I’m not really sure of the purpose because of the odd little bunny.  It’s also a tad on the expensive side.  However, if you’re looking for a quite small silicone toy, this may be a good option for you.

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

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