Review of Sohimi ELEVES Wearable Vibrator

Review of Sohimi ELEVES Wearable Vibrator

Copyright Liz BlackX

Springtime has just begun here in The Netherlands, so what better time than now to test a butterfly vibrator: the Sohimi ELEVES Wearable Vibrator. It’s bright pink, which I love, the toy has a remote control, and in use, it does indeed flutter like a pretty butterfly. Sohimi.com was kind enough to send me this female masturbator, so I could start testing it only a few days later.

Packaging and Description

The ELEVES Wearable Vibrator comes in a white box with a picture of the product on the front. Inside the box are the vibrator, a manual and a charging cable. The toy itself is bright pink, close to neon pink actually. It’s covered in silicone and also splashproof, but don’t submerge it in water. The butterfly toy does have a slight ridge between the insertable part and the sling. This does make it somewhat harder to clean.
On the outer edge of the sling are low, silicone ridges. This makes for a unique experience because it changes the stimulation.

Review of Sohimi ELEVES Wearable Vibrator

The vibrator is quite loud. The whirring is prevalent and can’t really be ignored. This is also because the movement of the toy is pretty remarkable. The end of the dildo-side rotates and moves. The motion it mimics is a finger moving deep inside of you. On top of the vibrator are three beads, but unfortunately, these don’t move.
The remote control is rather flimsy. You can use it for different special effects since the top button instigates the ‘Climax Mode,’ which is basically all vibrations on maximal intensity. The buttons themselves are pretty small and difficult to differentiate.

I want to add this note from the manual: ‘it is prohibited to use massage oil, hand cream, detergent, gasoline or acetone as lube.’ Should you ever feel so inclined, please seek help.

My Experience

Review of Sohimi ELEVES Wearable Vibrator

I’m always excited to try a new kind of vibrator, so I was curious to see what this specific model would bring.
As mentioned before, the whirring sound is distracting but can be ignored if the vibrations are pleasant. To my surprise, there was a separate motor at the end of the sling. I like that because it meant I could send vibrations straight to my clit while the insertable part was in me. This can be controlled with the small button on the remote.
The moving dildo part was, for me, not that great. Since there aren’t many nerves inside a vagina, I felt little of the moving parts. That’s not this vibrator’s fault; I have come across that with similar models too.
Unfortunately, I didn’t manage to reach an orgasm using only this toy.

Conclusion

Review of Sohimi ELEVES Wearable Vibrator

The Sohimi ELEVES Wearable Vibrator is a unique design for an affordable price. Just because it didn’t work for me doesn’t mean it won’t work for you. When you look online, you see many raving reviews. The remote control feature is cool, and it’s fun to hand it to a partner. The motion patterns are special about this butterfly vibrator. And it could be just the right touch for you?

Evaluation

Review of Sohimi ELEVES Wearable Vibrator

Pros:

  • Affordable
  • Rechargeable vibrator
  • Waterproof
  • Special motions
  • Remote control

Cons:

  • Light vibrations
  • Quite loud

Overall: 6 out of 10

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Review of Sohimi ELEVES Wearable Vibrator

Where To Buy

Sohimi.com


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This product was given to me by Sohimi.com in exchange for an honest review. I received a small commission. That I received this product for free has not influenced my opinion in any way.

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