Oct 202011
 

“…do I actually have this on my crotch?  Yes.  Yes, it’s definitely touching me.  And I’m definitely holding it in the general region of my clit, but… is it on?  Of course it’s on, I can hear it.  I.. I think it’s touching my clit.  WHY CAN’T I FEEL ANYTHING?”

That’s pretty much everything you need to know about the Kiki Vibe from PicobongPicobong is a new, more affordable line from LELO, and so I expected… something from this toy.  Something other than what I was given.

I was excited about it, at first.  It’s cute!  (Look at the nubby shape!  The colors!)  It’s small!  (About as long as my palm.  In fact, that image beside you, courteously provided by Babeland, is about to scale, if you hold the product up to your monitor.)  THAT IS ADORABLE, right?  The outer shell of most of the vibrator (save the battery cap) is silicone. The entire toy is waterproof.  And while you may not have noticed this initially (as I didn’t, until the product was in my hands), the P and B are the + and – buttons.  That blew my mind.

I swear to god, I thought this thing was going to rock my world.  Just looking at it was like finding out that you can hold the shower head against your genitals.

So, I tore the Kiki out of the box, rinsed off the smudging that occurred from the black cardstock-like paper that held it in place, and hit the + button.  I was greeted by a vibration speed that I will dub, “Are you fucking kidding me?”

I hit the + button a couple more times.  Nothing happened.  I held the + button down, and the vibe began speeding up.  That was more like it.  Sort of.  I was having some trouble figuring out the vibration patterns, though.  I figured I’d just give it a test run anyway.

It comes with a manual.  Just read the manual, you guys.

For starters, the manual says that rechargeable batteries result in reduced vibration intensity.  After I took the Kiki on its test run, I read that warning and I was like, “Oh, THAT’S my problem!”  But no.  No, that wasn’t my problem, because I wasn’t using any of my rechargeable AAAs in the Kiki.  It was made this way.  The flaw is not in my battery choice.

The second thing you’ll gain from the manual is the knowledge that you have to hold down the + button for about two seconds to change the pattern settings.  The Kiki boasts twelve modes, which contain a decent amount of variety in the patterns.  One of them is even kind of… musical.  I thought that was cool.  I don’t own a single vibrator that has as much genuine pattern variety as the Kiki!  But with a motor that could lose a race against a slice of bread, there isn’t enough power available for me to ENJOY those settings.

Finally, Picobong boasts that the Kiki is near silent.  While it is a relatively quiet vibe, you’re going to be relatively quiet too… because it probably isn’t going to get you off.

Oh!  And one last complaint… more of a pet peeve, really.  Picobong’s box (and their site) says that the Kiki is great for C-spot stimulation.  Where the hell is your C-spot?  Can you show me?  I’m pretty sure they mean the clitoris.  That is not a “C-spot.”  It is a clitoris.  STOP, Picobong.  Stop that.   I hate that term.  “C-spot?”  It’s not a spot.  My vulva is not a Dalmatian.  It’s a clitoris.  It’s filled with twice as many nerve endings as the penis.  It is not a “spot” like the coin-sized G-spot.  It’s more of a nub shape, at best.  And it has a name.  The clitoris.  Don’t try to change it.  Next you’re going to be selling me dildos and telling me they’ll stimulate my “v-spot.”

Also, they say you can put the Kiki inside yourself to stimulate the vaginal opening.  Don’t make me laugh.

I spend my nights turning the Kiki on and off, switching between different settings, and dreaming about what sort of bliss my clitoris could be experiencing if this vibrator could plug into an electrical socket.

Thank you, Babeland, for providing me with the Kiki to review.  I KNOW I’m going to write a positive product review for you guys one day.  You’re a fantastic store with awesome products.  This just was not a fantastic vibrator.

  12 Responses to “What have I done?”

  1. I haven’t been impressed with PicoBong’s Internet customer service either. I tweeted them to try to find out if they’d let me try one of their vibes for review, and instead was told I should play a game like Pac-Man on their website. They could have just said no. :P

    I am upset with the growing number of ‘spots’ too. My prostate is just that, thanks, not a P-Spot.

  2. Ah yes. The “are you fucking kidding me?” vibration speed strikes again.

    And the C-spot thing, I continue to contend, makes me want to slit my wrists. People already don’t want to use the word clitoris. WHY IS A SEX TOY COMPANY ENABLING THEM.

  3. Thanks for explaining about the C-spot. I looked it up on Wikipedia and couldn’t figure out why you’d want to stimulate the city of Calgary, nice though I’m sure it is.

  4. I am SO SAD. I was just looking at this one the other day and thinking that it looked so cute and I wanted one. Not any more :(

    OH… and THIS is the toy that I was reading about that made me bring up the c-spot issue on Twitter the other day. FUCK the c-spot, RECLAIM CLITORIS!

    I’m glad you vagina keeps experiencing these things so that mine doesn’t have to, lol.

  5. [...] to be some mystical, magical thing also known as the clitoris. C-L-I-T-O-R-I-S. Y’all, Sugar Cunt blogged about the Kiki, as well, and said that her vagina is not a Dalmatian. I kid you not. [...]

  6. u could try turning the head downwards, positioning it on the lower part of your clit and having the long sheath rest along your upper labia, if that makes sense. duno, i tried that and it seemed to work for me. because the toy is kinda small, if you use it as a holistic thing, like the whole toy on your clit and surrounding area, rather than just the head, then maybe its more intense. anyway, thanks for the review, was helpful and even tho was negative i still went ahead and bought some picobongs–kiki and ipo. actually had a good time with kiki but havent tried ipo yet, have you?

    • Nope, I haven’t tried Ipo! I might not try anything else from Picobong for a while… maybe if they start releasing new toys, but the motor really disappointed me. Your suggestion makes sense, but I’m just finding the vibrations too weak to be worth my time, even if I’m just trying to stimulate my general genital area rather than get off. I’ll definitely keep it in mind if I ever try it again, though… I would definitely like to be surprised. I hope you feel like the Ipo was worth your money! :)

  7. Everything you said here just made my day.

  8. [...] fair I’ve only tried one but let’s be real here: I only need to try one. Epiphora and SugarCunt confirmed that the annoying Kiki 4 is cute but weak and disappointing. Which is exactly what the [...]

  9. [...] I wasn’t going to review anything from the new Picobong line by LELO. I promised myself I wouldn’t, I knew better. I had watched the line get released, and watched as the subsequent reviews came pouring in. It didn’t look good, in fact, it looked bad. Cute though they were, it appeared that at the very best they were under powered, and at the worst… well… “…do I actually have this on my crotch?  Yes.  Yes, it’s definitely touching me.  And I’m definitely holding it in the general region of my clit, but… is it on?  Of course it’s on, I can hear it.  I.. I think it’s touching my clit.  WHY CAN’T I FEEL ANYTHING?” – Sugarcunt [...]

  10. […] fair I’ve only tried one but let’s be real here: I only need to try one. Epiphora and SugarCunt confirmed that the annoying Kiki 2 is cute but weak and disappointing. Which is exactly what the […]

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