Tiki – Nobü

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I recently had the pleasure of meeting one of the cutest and most successful pornstars in the industry today, Bonnie Rotten and her boyfriend Dennis. If you missed my interview with Bonnie, check it out here. It’s a worthy read.

While Dennis doesn’t have Bonnie’s piercing green eyes or fantastic tattooed tits, he does have an awesome line of toys. He brought a few to show me and a couple to take home. I was so impressed, I ordered two displays and a thorough selection of product.

Some Nobü toys are battery operated, but most are rechargeable. Almost all are made of high grade silicone. Several are voice activated and a bunch have an optional heat sensor mode. A few can make an omelet and at least one can perform a pedicure, I think.

I can honestly say I’ve never seen such a broad range of styles with so many high end options, and I’ve absolutely never seen them so affordable. The two I took home were the award wining Swani and the sweet Tiki. The Swani intimidates me a little, so I decided to start with the Tiki.

What appealed to me most about the Tiki was the domed nub at the end of its curved shaft. While the vibrator was obviously designed for penetration, that nub whispers “I’m good clitorally too!” which is pretty much the best sweet nothing someone or something can whisper to me.

Almost immediately, however, I found that I didn’t want that nub clitorally. It didn’t feel any grander externally than the head of any other shaft-shaped vibrator. I was disappointed, but I shrugged and inserted it instead. And then, ah ha.

What that nub is for, my friends, is knocking on and hooking around your g-spot. Not only does it find that magic button, it threatens to never let it go. The only toy I’ve experienced that has more control over my g-spot is the damn-near otherworldly Njoy Pure Wand.

The only thing that stops the Tiki from causing me to fall out and faint the way my Pure Wand does is the fact that it’s supple and flexible instead of solid steel. In sex toys, supple and flexible are pretty positive attributes, so I’m not complaining. Also, it offers ten–count ’em, ten–levels of vibration and pulsation. You know me–I cycled through all but climaxed on level two with a little bit of clitoral whatnot from my We-Vibe Tango.

I strongly recommend that you try a Nobü toy, and I can’t help but suggest the Tiki. To recap, it doesn’t require batteries, it’s supple and smooth, it will attempt to elope with your g-spot, and it has a cute name. If heat sensing or omelet making are higher priorities, however, do not fear–there is another Nobü for you.

About The Author

Alison Barber is an tattooed toy junkie, sex blogger, and owner of Taboo, RVA's premier adult retail destination.

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