Easy Egg From Sh!

Sh! Easy Egg Vibrator

Sh! Easy Egg Vibrator

Your Easy Egg will be delivered to you in a no fuss matt black box with preview panel inset in the front so you can see your new toy.

The rear of the box is bullet pointed with everything you would wish to know about your new toy friend.

Once you break the Sh! Security seal your egg is laid within a light weight black plastic insert.  Accompanying it is a slight odour of…plastic.  That would be because the Easy Egg Vibrator’s business end is made from TPR, nothing that a slight airing won’t resolve.  Make sure you remove your Easy Egg from its packaging in advance of play to avoid this.

I’m not a fan of toys with a “presence” so I left mine out overnight in the bathroom before cleansing with anti bac soap ready for use.

The TPR coated bullet which from experience will drag on skin so make sure you use plenty of lube on those intimate places when your Easy Egg is deployed with no user manual.

Right that said, let’s get to grips with the more intimate details…

  • Requires 2 x AAA batteries.
  • Features an independent On/Off button and a Speed/Up/Down button.
  • Is splashproof so don’t submerge.
  • Offers 3 x speed settings and multiple pulse patterns.
  • Delivers quiet vibrations when in use.

My weekend entertainment started here, in this very office chair.  Eager to give the Easy Egg a try I parted my legs and slipped the Easy Egg between them and up between my pussy lips after applying a small droplet of lube to the tip.

And here the fun begins but not for the reasons you think.

I pressed the On/Off button and nothing happened so I held it in and the egg kicked in to action.  I then moved through the three speed settings using the Speed/Up/Down button which were pleasureable but further presses didn’t take me to the pulsation modes promised.

Much as I pressed nothing happened beyond the 3 promised speed settings.

Frustrated and annoyed I pressed the ON/Off button and discovered that the remaining pulsations settings functioned from this button.  WHAT!  So, the On/Off button is used to move through the vibration patterns.

Unusual configuration and certainly one which would require a manual.  Perhaps this could be included in future packaging.

Ok, so now I was on the “right wavelength” to enjoy what the Easy Egg has to offer.  😉

The vibrations were comforting but very little else.  In fact they were quite pedestrian for anyone with sex toy experience.  Perhaps this one would be best described as my first egg as it doesn’t pack any real punches.

If you like your “eggs over easy” then this would possibly sate your appetite.



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