Designed by a physician and a social worker (who are also the proprietors of the Madison, WI, sex shop A Woman's Touch), this is a set of three hard plastic wand style vibrators (sold individually) that are designed primarily to be used as vaginal dilators. Simple and elegant in design and function, these are recommended both for their reasonable cost and for the addition of vibration, which most dilators lack. With only three sizes, these may not be the right tools (depending on the job), but if they fit the bill you won't be disappointed.
Femani Intimates Inside and Out
- Slim: 6" by 1/2" (15.24 cm by 1.27 cm)
- Midi: 6" by 1" (15.24 cm by 2.54 cm)
- Max: 6 1/2" by 1 1/2" (16.51 cm by 3.81 cm)
They must be purchased separately, unless the store you are buying from is offering its own deal. Each wand is battery-operated and made of "medical grade ABS plastic" with a simple multi-speed dial on the cap that controls the strength of vibration. The vibration can be turned off completely for people who don't like it or don't want to start with it. The surface is smooth and seamless.
Slim requires three AAA batteries, and Midi and Max each require two AA batteries. Each is available in one color only.
Pros and Cons
- The Slim model is completely unique in it's narrowness and vibration, and would be a good starter size for most people.
- Each model retails for around $25, a good price for a solidly built vibrator.
- The hard plastic surface is smoother and creates less friction than silicone models, which can make a big difference when using dilators.
- The packaging promises a "whisper quiet" experience, which is sorely lacking. They aren't as loud as some, but there is a noticeable buzz in both the auditory and physical sense.
- With only three sizes, this set may not offer gradual enough build up for some people.