~This item was given to me for free in exchange for an honest review.~
Here’s my favorite thing about my favorite toys. You can use them during partnered or solo sex. That’s what all of my favorite toys have in common. They are g-spot vibrators that are awesome for clitorises, slim clitoral vibes that can slide in between people, quiet, strong and rumbly. Unfortunately, the OVO S3, though has great shape potential, pretty much misses the mark on almost all points.
A little bit about it: The OVO S3 is a “lay on” vibrator made of a combination of silicone and…I believe the shiny part is plastic. It’s rechargeable, waterproof, and multi-speed.
What I loved: The only thing I found that I truly like about this toy is that it is fun for foreplay, but not in the way you’d think. I don’t like it on my clitoris, as it is too buzzy, but the buzz gives a great skin tingle, almost a prickly pain, but not quite that intense. If you like sensation play, the shape of the S3 is a good way to go.
What I didn’t: I didn’t like pretty much everything else about it. The shiny part keeps getting fingerprints. I know, I know, that is not a thing that should bother me, but it does. But that’s a fairly minor point.
Moreover, as a clitoral vibrator, it fails on many points for me. It’s decently quiet, but that means nothing to me when the vibration is relatively weak. I want it so badly to be stronger, but it’s just not there. Not only is the vibration waek, it is buzzy, not a deep rumbly like I like. Not only that, the buzz is almost painful, so that’s a definite drawback (unless you are into that). If you are new to sex toys, think buzzy being something that would more or less just tingle the upper layers of your skin (or think old style cell phone vibration before there were smartphones), and rumbly is more deep down in the muscle. This vibrator is definitely buzzy. As my clitoris needs a rumbly vibration in order to reach climax, this simply doesn’t get there for me.
Final thought: The S3 could be worth it to you if you have a very sensitive clitoris, like buzzy vibrations, or if you are looking for something more for sensation play than climax. It’s not very expensive, and SheVibe currently has it on sale at the time of this post for $34.99. That’s not a bad price for a rechargeable, silicone vibrator. However, for everyone else who needs something strong and rumbly, I would say give this one a miss.
Thanks to SheVibe for allowing me the opportunity to review this toy!
~I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review.~