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Lulu Satin Scoo-ouch!

Because I hated mine so much I threw it out.

The Lulu Satin Scoop is made of PU (polyurethane)-coated plastic. The PU coating has a velvety texture which is nice, but isn’t completely sanitary. The plastic is non-porous, but the PU coating is somewhat porous, which traps bacteria. There is a seam that runs around the entirety of the toy, and the silver ring at the base of the scoop is a loose piece of plastic that shifts around and can pinch the skin. For that reason alone, this toy is a huge no-go. 

So, let’s start with the basics. The vibration on the Lulu Satin Scoop is nice. It’s not too intense, is somewhat buzzy rather than rumbly, and has two pleasant settings. I used it as a clitoral vibe while it survived.

As a g-spot vibe, one of its intended uses, this toy was very, very painful. Not because of the shape or the vibration, but because the silver ring is loose and would pinch my skin into the toy. Holy motherfucking OW. That little ring would also trap my natural lubricant and get all gunky, which was hard to clean.

On top of the pinching and the difficulty cleaning, the toy’s vibrations would cut out unpredictably. I had to change the batteries frequently, and eventually, even changing the batteries didn’t help. I’d have to use it at a certain angle, give the end and extra twist, whack it a couple times… After all that, it cut out completely one day and didn’t respond to any of 3 new sets of batteries.

The noise level of this toy is actually fairly impressive given the strength of the vibrations. It’s very buzzy, but the toy isn’t noisy at all and can’t be heard through covers, let alone a door or a wall. You’re safe to use this in a bedroom, but perhaps not a dorm room or shared bedroom.

For $16.99, this toy isn’t a terrible option. (Don’t buy it through edenfantasys like I did last year). But given all its issues, I’d say skip it and get something that’s at LEAST not going to pinch your vagina skin. Do yourself a favor and pass on this one. A better option would be the Envie G-Spot Massager simply because of the body-safe silicone sleeve. If you really want to stick to the under-$20 price tag (which I definitely don’t recommend), the Le Reve Slimline or Slender G-Spot vibrators are probably less painful.

In summary: Do yourself a favor and don’t skimp on vibrators. Buy yourself a nice one, PLEASE. Your clit (and your gspot) will thank you, and you won’t have buyer’s regret in a month’s time like I did. Just save up for a little while, do your research in reviews, and make an investment in yourself. This was SO not worth agonizing over whether or not my parents will open my mail. Skip this one, mes amis.

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