Three words to describe this product?
Beautiful, Pink + Amazing.
Did you use this product by yourself or with a partner?
By myself, although I think its fairly ‘partner friendly’ – its pink, not too big and it looks more like a sculpture than an actual penis so he won’t get jealous. I fully intend on introducing it to my partner…as soon as I find one.
Any chance you can you explain how you used it?
The package was waiting for me when I got home from work. Thankfully it was packed very discreetly (I was worried it might come with the words ‘VIBRATOR INSIDE' written on the side of the box).
The only thing that stopped me was the fact that it needs to be charged for a few hours before you can use it. Believe me, when you take this thing out of its box you’ll pretty much want to use it straight away.
I decided to use it in the standard heterosexual single woman way (i.e. I put it inside my vagina). The best part about it is that it is super quiet, which is handy if you have flatmates.
It gave me an orgasm in about 60 seconds, mostly thanks to the short vibrating clitoris stimulating part. I cant say it was the most amazing earth shattering orgasm ever – but I may have been overthinking it because I was making mental notes for this review.
Like anything new, I need to try it a few more times before I get the hang of it.
What did you think of the price? Was it worth the purchase?
The Whooper Swan is about $190. Which is a pretty standard price for a good vibrator (believe me, you don’t want to be putting anything cheap that close to your privates).
If it seems expensive, think of it this way, if you use this three times a week, it averages out at only $1 a turn in the first year, then after that its free. Lets face it; you are unlikely to find anything else that gets you off that cheaply.
I’d give it a 4/5, although I am pretty sure that vibrator perfection can be found in one of the Whooper Swan’s 35 other ‘cousins’ – which all look like subtle variations on each other.
The Whooper Swan is like some kind of beautiful vibrating sculpture. I am not sure why they decided to call it the Whooper Swan, because it’s not particular large, nor does it look like a swan.
It has the standard ‘vagina part’ and ‘clitoris part’, which are pretty much universal vibrator features. The best part is that it is totally covered in seamless silicone, even the charging socket is almost invisible.
- Beautiful, thoughtful design
- Super quiet
- Good vibration (the two parts can vibrate on different speeds)
- A choice of colours would be good
- It charges by a USB cable – the other end is pretty specialised and designed only for this product. If you lost it or it broke you’d need to find a replacement. On the up side, you could potentially charge it with your laptop.