Review: The Breast Stimulator

I’ve always been intrigued by hands free nipple stimulation.  Vibrator.com was kind enough to send me The Breast Stimulator made by Nasstoys to try out.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  Out-ie; Nipple Toy
  • Manufacturer:  Nasstoys
  • Materials:  Jelly and ABS Plastic
  • Size:  2.75″ in diameter, 0.5″ thick
  • Price:  $21.00
  • Pros:  Interesting concept
  • Cons:  Not silicone; Don’t stick without glue; Buzzy vibration; Don’t stimulate the nipple
  • Intensity: 2/5
  • Volume: 3/5
  • Overall Rating: 1/5
  • Recommended: No

the breast stimulator

The package

Typically the toys I get come in fairly decent packages.  It’s been a while since I got something that the packaging was a major problem.  It’s a very basic package, it has a cardboard backing and the Stimulators are encased in plastic, so you can clearly see the product.  The front of the package says “The Breast Stimulator” and has an image of a naked woman, although no nudity is shown.  It does have an sketched image of the product on some breasts.  The back has some text about the product as well as the same images as on the front.  It also shows how to turn the product on.  It also has a suggestion to use eyelash glue to better adhere the product to the breasts.  It does have some conflicting information.  In one place it says that the stimulators are silicone and in the text it say jelly.

 The package comes with two stimulators in them.  They are each about 2.75″ in diameter and 0.5″ at the thickest place.  Essentially, they are a small jelly circle with a nipple.  There is also a small bean shaped place that the little vibrating unit fits into.  While the package said silicone, this is definitely a jelly material.  It’s very soft and flexible, but it also attracts a lot of lint.  You most likely won’t be using lube with them, but if you need to clean them, I would suggest removing the vibrating unit first.  As far as the vibration goes, it’s fairly buzzy and light.  The vibrating units are also screwed together.  I suppose you could probably replace the batteries if you can get it open and find the right size, but I feel these are meant to be more disposable.

the breast stimulator

The stimulators – Inside (left), outside (right)

I was really hoping that these would work well.  Unfortunately though, they failed at what they advertise.  I was expecting them to sort of suction to the breast, but they won’t.  If you want to use them, you have to hold them in place.  The package said you can use eyelash glue but the thought of gluing something to my boobs just made me feel ridiculous.  I suppose you could look at them like vibrating pasties though.  They will mostly stay in place if you’re laying down.   They do transmit the vibrations well, but only around the outside.  For me, my nipple doesn’t touch the end of the dented in area, so pretty much no sensation on them and the surrounding area doesn’t respond to vibration.

Overall, I thought The Breast Stimulator was a bit of a flop.  Not only does it mislead you on the package about the material, but they don’t really function as stated unless you want to glue them to your boobs.  If you’re really into breast stimulation, this may work well for you and it’s fairly inexpensive.  If you’re looking for hands free nipple stimulation though, this doesn’t quite work.  Be sure to check out other sexual stimulators and accessories that Vibrator.com carries.  Be sure to check out Vibrator.com’s blog and you can find them on Tumblr, Twitter, and Facebook.

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

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