I’m a big fan of wand vibrators. Well, clitoral vibrators in general. They are simple, easy to control, easy to position, and great unless you need particular pin-point stimulation. There are so many different styles now, from big plastic monstrosities with wall plugs or small, sleek rechargeables. Today we are going to look at the latter.
A little bit about it: The Adrien Lastic Symphony is a smaller wand with a flexible head and ergonomic handle. It’s rechargeable, splash proof (NOT waterproof), multi-speed and multi function.
What I loved: I love the simplicity of it. It’s not screaming that it’s the new, most innovative thing out there. It is a small, flexible, wand vibrator. It does exactly what it was designed to do, and does it well.
The vibrations aren’t earth shatteringly strong, but neither are they pathetically weak. I would say they are just right for someone as long as they don’t need extremely strong vibrations. Maybe a solid 3.5 out of 5, with 5 being Magic Wand strength. And the vibrations are quiet, which is so important. However, be warned: if you really need STRONG strong, you probably want to look at something more like a Mona 2 or a Magic Wand.
The head is small enough that I can easily use it during partnered sex in the cowgirl (woman-on-top) position without it being too much of an issue, and the ergonomic handle makes it easy to reposition.
What I didn’t: The vibrations, although not awful, as I noted above, could stand to be a little stronger. But that wasn’t my main issue with it.
If you’ve been with me long enough, you have noticed that I really need to be able to put pressure on my clitoris in order to orgasm. The Symphony has a flexible neck. So the harder a push, the less happens. To be perfectly honest, I have never had a vibrator where I thought, “You know what this needs? To be able to bend at the part I am trying to position.” It is kind of a problem for me, and one that makes it hard for me to use it if I am face up. Face down I can use the surface underneath of me to stabilize it.
Final thought: At a retail of $65 from SheVibe, you could do worse. The vibrator isn’t bad by any stretch, but neither is it anything that’s particularly special. You should get it if you like wand shapes but are looking for something small or rechargeable, or if you like flexible toys. For those with clitorises that need some extra vroom, I’d give it a miss.
~I received this toy for free in exchange for an honest review.~