I understand they’re not popular, but I admit I really like jelly toys and I’ve got a nice collection of Don Johnson vibrators. I like their way of moving and bending. It’s even better because the Paradise Curve is phthalate-free jelly like fabric and silicone. It still smells like’ nail salon,’ so if you’re susceptible to scent, I’d remain away from the toys of the jelly sort, phthalate-free or not. All they smell like that. I’ve heard that it’s the phthalates that create that smell, but I’ve got jelly toys with or without them and the smell doesn’t make any difference.
Apart from Noses, I enjoyed this toy. I prefer the sharp angles of curved toys offered by some g-spot toys. There is no real need for the nubs on the curve as the vibration is doing enough. I enjoy the bullet in Doc Johnsons toys ‘ END, unlike some producers who placed it in the foundation. What’s THAT’s point? At the end, the bullet feeling was fantastic against my gspot and combined with a bullet vibrator, it’s small enough to thrust smoothly, but still thick enough to satisfy.
The controller is a straightforward4-speed up and down controller, but I want the wired controllers to end. This is, above all, a nice toy. For those who love jelly-type toys, the vibration was good for clitoral (that’s where the nubs are nice) or gspot penetration.
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