This is the Shiri Zinn Cupcake, it’s like a cupcake shaped vibrator…. Yes that’s right, I just said vibrator in the shape of a cupcake, don’t think me… well here it
It arrives in that adorable tin that looks like a little 50’s inspired by its red and white polkadot design and sharp white font. The tin is just the correct size for the cupcake and makes it a great case for storage, protecting it from any dust or dirt it could come into touch without its protection, it also helps to add to the appearance of a cupcake rather than a vibrator.
The cupcake is about the same size as a muffin you might get from the store, but it’s not edible, although it looks nice enough to eat.
The top twists off and the batteries are slotted in the center of the cupcake to insert the batteries, it takes 2aaa batteries, the top is simple to bring on and off. I’m always happy to see a sex toy that requires batteries simple to get hold of and that one even came with a collection of batteries already in it, which is always a bonus.
There is a button on the base to turn the cupcake on, just press it and it starts to vibrate by pressing the power button repeatedly until you reach the setting you want, there are 5 different settings, a few speeds and a few patterns to turn off the cupcake you hold down for a few seconds. The vibrations seem to travel through the whole cupcake, but they are concentrated in the base as this is where the motor is.
I would have preferred the vibrations to pass through the cherry, it just seems to me that this would be the logical place to concentrate the vibrations, but unfortunately this is not the case with this vibrator, even if you don’t see much of the energy between the motorcycle.
The cupcake is not waterproof or splashproof and should be washed with a humid cloth with some antibacterial cleaner, it should never be submerged in water as this will only break it, I personally prefer my sex toys to be waterproof primarily for cleaning reasons rather than water use.
The cupcake is produced of silicone and as such should not be used with silicone lubricants or stored with any silicone goods as it could respond with it and this would harm it. I really like silicone as a product as it is secure in the body and unlike jelly, which is porous and can never be correctly washed.
With the cupcake inside the tin, there’s a little leaflet that informs you more about how it operates, and even advises a battery brand that it performs best.
Overall What did I believe in general? Well, to be completely honest, the kind of thing that would be a great gift for a hen night or an anniversary party, something naughty and cheeky but nothing offensive, it’s bound to cause a giggle or two at any hen party, but as a sex toy it didn’t really do much for me, I couldn’t really get over it’s shape, it’s a cupcake design, it’s a vibrating toy.