Eva Review

~I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review.~

eva vibrator reviewI’m always on the lookout for the next couple’s toy.  It’s not that there aren’t any, but more like most of the ones that exist are just so…blah.  The most notable exceptions, of course, are toys that can do double duty for single and partnered play, like the We-Vibe Tango and Touch.  I haven’t mentioned this week how much I love those, right?

Anyway, the Eva had potential.  It’s definitely a design I had not seen before, and after my awesome last time with a new design, I was happy to give Eva a try.  Unfortunately, it’s just as meh as most other couple’s toys.

A little bit about it: The Eva is a rechargeable clitoral vibrator.  It’s made of silicone-covered plastic, and is billed as being a revolutionary hands-free vibrator.

What I loved: It’s new.  Seriously.  Unique designs are sometimes hard to come by in the sex toy world, and as reviewers we often see the same designs copied over and over and over.  The Eva is unique in it’s design, or at least, I haven’t seen another like it.

What I didn’t: The Eva simply did not live up to it’s hype.  It’s cute, yes, but really, that’s about it.  Let’s start with a little talk about the vibrations.  There are three settings (low, medium, high), and none of them are good.  The low setting is so low, I can’t really feel it.  That’s OK.  Me not liking the lowest setting on a toy is not exactly new, and perfectly fine if the higher settings are better.  They aren’t.  The medium setting is more buzzy than the low setting, and are definitely not the deep-penetrating, rumbly vibrations that I (and my clitoris) love so much.  The high setting is just a loud, buzzing mess.  It feels good on my clitoris for a moment, and then the buzziness makes me go numb and it becomes useless.

I like a little pressure on my clitoris when I use a vibrator, and the Eva sits right on the frustrating edge of not enough contact.  I can fix that with a firm finger push, but then it doesn’t live up to the hands-free name, and the vibrations are so poor the extra pressure doesn’t fix the core problem.

I at least wanted to like the design.  It seemed, at first at least, to be a good idea.  If they can design something that truly is hands-free, then other improvements could be made.  They could change the motor type, or…or something.  If the design is solid, the motor can be dealt with.  So I tried it several times, in different positions, but unfortunately, it wouldn’t stay in place reliably.  I was ready to chalk it up to anatomy differences or something of that nature, but fellow blogger Dangerous Lilly already did a little experiment with a few different vulvas, with not great results.

Final thought: I had high hopes for the Eva, but it simply doesn’t do it for me.  At bare minimum, the vibrations need to be rumbly, and then I may be convinced to give it a second look.  If you are looking for a toy that is intercourse friendly, I would stick with We-Vibe’s Tango or Touch and make liberal use of the cowgirl position.

~I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review.~


Eva Review — 1 Comment

  1. I totally agree with your review on the Eva. We bought one and have tried it on two different Lady’s and it fits into that category “one size does NOT fit ALL”! We have concluded that it is a piece of expensive useless junk! I contacted the company that we purchased it from and it is like “Oh well”, so I will be looking for another one to do business with.

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