Reviews

All of my sex toy reviews, starting with the newest.
Review: Njoy Pfun

Review: Njoy Pfun

Riding on the success of dizzyguy’s first review¬†ever, he has now thoroughly tested and reviewed the Njoy Pfun prostate massager. Enjoy! *** When you receive this item, the packaging will be the first thing to tip you off that this is a Cadillac sex toy. Nice box with form-fitting padding and soft material that you can store anywhere without drawing too much attention. Removing the …Read more

Review: Pulse II Duo

Review: Pulse II Duo

Today we have a first on Toy Meets Girl. It’s dizzyguy’s first guest review. He expressed some interest in writing reviews for penis and prostate toys so, when Hot Octopuss offered the Pulse II Duo for review, I thought it was the perfect opportunity for him to make his blogging/reviewing debut. So, without further ado… here’s what dizzyguy thought about the Pulse II Duo. *** …Read more

Review: Maia Zoe Twistty Wand

Review: Maia Zoe Twistty Wand

Even though wand type massagers aren’t my clit’s favorite kind of vibe, I found the Maia Zoe interesting because of the dual motors. There’s one in the head (of course) and there’s one in the handle. So, that’s kind of unique but not completely original because Cal Ex made one with dual motors first. There may be others but that’s the only other one I …Read more

Review: Tantus Rumble

Review: Tantus Rumble

Tantus is the quintessential manufacturer of premium body-safe silicone dildos and butt plugs (and one of my favorite companies). Now, with the Rumble, they’ve entered the world of vibrators. It all started with a popular crowd-funding campaign, for which there was an outpouring of support. They wanted to create a vibe that could be used by anyone, regardless of gender or disability. I think Tantus …Read more

Review: Jimmyjane Intro Vibes

Review: Jimmyjane Intro Vibes

Jimmyjane has always been a bit of pretentious brand. I know I’ve said this before but it bears repeating. At one time, they were advertising a ride on a private jet for $35,000. You’d have to spend over $100 to get any of the vibes in their Form line. I really liked the Form 4 but the Form 6 was ridiculously bad and totally not …Read more