Sunday, April 15, 2012

Femblossom Heat Massager Review

When Our Naughty Secrets said that they were sending me a cool new toy that seemed to be the only one of it's kind, I got ecstatic. I couldn't wait for the package to come with my new surprise toy, and when I got it I wasn't disappointed. After receiving the  (always discreet) box from ONS, inside I found a shiny, new Femblossom Heat by Emotional Bliss.

This product comes in a small, white box with a picture of the toy on the front. On the back is an explanation of the toy, it's features, and a blurb about the company. The company that makes these essentially decided to come together with some physician and make a line of badass toys for their customers because they felt like there weren't enough classy as get-out vibrators, and thus the Emotional Bliss line was born.

You could keep your Femblossom Heat in the box, but it's a bit larger than the toy itself. I would recommend keeping it in a cool, dark place with the rest of your collection and avoiding getting it moist at all costs. It's also a bit of a lint magnet, so you should keep it apart from fabrics that shed a lot.

Here's a picture of the front and back of the box:

It's discreet enough and classy enough that I wouldn't hesitate to wrap it up and give it as a gift. It would be a great bridal or wedding gift, especially if you knew that they would be open to receiving something like this.

The Femblossom Heat is made of plastic. The white plastic is very firm and has no give or drag to it at all. The pad area that is colored has a bit more drag and give to it, and claims to be antibacterial. According to the manufacturer it releases silver ions to kill bacteria every time it comes in contact with water. I have only used it several times, but I don't see any degradation of material from this process yet.

The vibrator itself is fairly large and bulky, which can be both a pro and a con. At over 7 inches long and 3 inches wide, it can cover a lot of surface area. If you're someone who is into toys that can cover and vibrate your entire labia and clitoral area, this will be ideal for you.

On the other hand, you also can use the pointy tip for clitoral-only stimulation. It's a great length and shape that you can use this as a couple during intercourse, and it's ergonomic enough that you won't get a cramp trying to maneuver this during solo play.

Here's a picture of the Femblossom next to a pen and a closeup of the pad:

The Femblossom massager is controlled by a button panel on the other side of the toy. It's also made of the same antibacterial plastic, which is cool. There are three buttons on this side of the toy; an on button, and off button, and a power button. You press the power button once to turn it on low, and then the settings are as follows. The heat also depends on the setting, so I will be stating the heat and the vibration intensity as the manual says them:

Low (80 Hz, 95 deg. F)
Medium (120 Hz, 107 deg. F)
High (150 Hz, 122 deg. F)
Low BZZZ BZZZ (80 Hz, 95 deg. F)
Medium BZZZ BZZZ  (120 Hz, 107 deg. F)
High BZZZ BZZZ (150 Hz, 122 deg. F)
bbbbBBBBZZZ (120 Hz, 107 deg. F)
bbbbBBBZZZBBBbbbb  (120 Hz, 107 deg. F)
BZZ BZZ BZZZZZ (120 Hz, 107 deg. F)

Here's a picture of the buttons:

One thing that is a bit less convenient about this toy is that you have to let it 'warm up' for about 15 minutes. This is tough, especially when you might only have 30 minutes or so of guaranteed privacy,  so you should take that into account when considering this toy.

On the other hand, the Femblossom Heat also has a 4 hour run time (give or take depending on how hard you run it) so the 15 minute heating time isn't a big deal. When I first read that I became concerned because I know some toys only run for 45 minutes, but you don't have to worry about that.

In order to charge this one up you have to let it sit plugged in for 12 hours. When it's charging the little logo that lights up glows and fades slowly, and you know that it's all charged up when it stops glowing. The glowing light isn't so bright that it's very noticeable, and the pulsing when it's charging isn't going to be annoying if you're trying to sleep.

This vibrator is rechargeable, and it's easy to just plug in and go. The port has no covering at all on it, so it's no way waterproof or splashproof. This also means that it's a bit tough to clean, but you just need to wipe it down with a damp cloth and dry it off well before storing.

Here's a picture of the port:

The Femblossom Heat is one of those vibrators that are AWESOME... But not awesome for me. It's not waterproof, and it's very loud to boot. On the lowest setting it's about 2/5 on the volume scale, and on high it's about 4/5. The powerful vibrations will make up for the volume for a lot of people, but not for me when I live in the dorms.

If this seems like a shape and design that would work for you, go for it! I have to say that having a toy heat up really makes it feel nice. Especially in the cold spring we're currently having, I wish that I was in a situation where I could curl up with this every night.

If you're loving the looks of this you can find the Femblossom Heat by Emotional Bliss right here. If you're looking for something a bit less loud, more waterproof, insertable, or whatever criteria you have for a toy I can guarantee that Our Naughty Secrets will have something lovely to float your boat, so check them out!

Power: 4/5
Volume: 4/5
Waterproof? No
Recommended? Yes
Total Rating: 4/5

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