SVAKOM Mini Emma Review

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

mini emma reviewI have an ongoing love of clitoral vibrators.  They remain my absolute favorite type of toy EVER.  If I need to have a quick orgasm, a clitoral vibe is the first thing I reach for, and the Mini Emma is no exception.

A little bit about it: The Mini Emma is a waterproof, rechargeable, silicone vibrator that is designed as a miniature wand.

What I loved: Silicone, of course, is always a huge plus for me, being a body-safe material.  And of course it’s rechargeable, which is another big deal to me.  The waterproof design allows it to be used either internally or externally.

All that is pretty simple and very often par for the course when you are talking quality toys.  However, when I was first contacted by SVAKOM, I baulked at the price.  $59.  Not because it’s a high price, but because that’s actually fairly low for a good quality, body-safe vibrator.  I stared at the screen for a second, then I sighed out the price at Husband.  Even he said, “Is that all?  It’s not going to be very good.”  I didn’t think so, either.  I’ve had other vibes around that price point, and they tend to be annoyingly buzzy affairs that get used enough for me to write a review, and then banished to the under-the-bed toybox that rarely sees the light of day.  I had no reason to believe the Emma would be any different.

When the Emma arrived, I rolled my eyes a bit.  Pink.  Because of course.  The website lists it as “plum red,” but trust me.  It’s rosy pink.  I let it charge, then turned it on.  I was immediately surprised by the power of the vibrations.  They were fairly strong.  The highest setting is deep and rumbly with just a little tiny hint of buzz.   Essentially, the vibrations are darn near perfect for me.

mini emma reviewAchieving climax was not a problem.  The first time few times I used it by itself and came in about 15 minutes (normal for me; even the Magic Wand takes me that long).  The next time, I paired it with the Liberator Wing and Tantus Adam O2.  With the added vaginal stimulation and rubbing against the Emma, I had a clitoral orgasm in less than 5 minutes.

What I didn’t: It comes in pink and purple.  Because vaginas, I guess.  Or something.  I don’t know.  But most companies seem to think you must like pink, and if you don’t you’ll surely like purple.

Some people use the Emma vaginally, but that’s not my thing.  I prefer my vaginal toys to be longer, thicker, have a curve, or all of the above.

Final thought: $59 for a really good clitoral vibrator.  $59 for a vibrator that’s actually as good as advertised.  The Mini Emma is oh-so-worth it.


SVAKOM Mini Emma Review — 2 Comments

  1. I don’t know you still active on here or not, but I am wondering if you would say this or the WeVibe Touch have more power? I like the shape of the Touch more, however I would sacrifice shape for power any day!!

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