Review: SinFive Vuali Silicone

The SinFive Vuali Silicone is an antimicrobial vibrator made by Wolwin GmbH. It is intended as an internal vibrator, but may also be used externally on the clit, nipples, and any other erogenous zones you may have. Though it can be fully disinfected, I would not suggest using it anally because of its lack of a flare base. It's a simple, easy to use vibe that would be perfect for beginners, but not go unappreciated by more experienced users as well.

The Vuali Silicone is a newer version of the original Vuali. SinFive took an awesome vibrator, and made it even better by crafting it from gorgeous silicone! The new Vuali is non-porous, hypo-allergenic, phthalates free, latex free, AND features an antimicrobial surface which fights bacteria, helping keep you and your body safe. The silicone is very soft and squishy, with a heavy drag to it. The drag definitely provides added stimulation in use, but what you'll notice the most is the  ribbing. The entire upper part of the toys shaft features these vertical, raised ridges which are nothing if not lovely.  The Vuali is 8" in total length, 6 1/2" insertable, and 1 1/2" in diameter. It looks much like a miniature rocket, the straight shaft bulging out as it nears the head of the toy, and then tapering back into a smooth, rounded tip. I'd consider it fairly average in size, somewhere between large and small. The size would most likely be adequate for intermediate to advanced users, but may not be suitable for beginners. I'm personally comfortable with toys that are 1 1/2" in diameter, but this toy felt even a bit larger to me, probably due to the ribbing. Just something you might want to keep in mind if you make the decision to purchase the Vuali.

This particular toy runs on two AA batteries (included), which can be inserted in the base of the toy via a twist cap. You shouldn't experience any difficulties fiddling around with  batteries with this toy, as they slide in quite easily, and the cap is marked to identify which direction they should be inserted. On the bottom is your standard plus and minus symbols to indicate how to insert the batteries, and above that, there's even a little depiction of what the ends of the batteries should look like when properly inserted. Really, this thing is idiot proof. Trust me, I can be an idiot when it comes to batteries and toys, and I didn't have a single problem. The Vuali is controlled by a (+) and (-) button on the shaft of the toy, nearest its base. The (+) button turns the Vuali on, increases the intensity of its steady vibrations, and lets you cycle through the patterns. The (-) button decreases the intensity of its steady vibrations, and lets you cycle back through the patterns. The (-) button will also turn the toy off when held for 3 seconds. Imagine how handy that will be for all those living with children or roommates! Thankfully, I no longer fall into either of those categories, but I still appreciate the feature. Alright, back to the functions of the toy. The Vuali has 6 different levels of steady vibration, and 3 different patterns. The patterns are as follows: pulsating, rapid pulsating, and randomized. The vibrations are deep and rumbley, and oh so perfect. Honestly, it's nice to see a change from the usual buzzy, high pitched vibrations of most toys. The vibrations can be felt all along the shaft, but are most intense in the ribbed bulge. As far as noise is concerned, the Vuali is surprisingly quiet. It cannot be heard very well underneath covers, so you might be able to get away with using this next to a sleeping partner, and it would definitely be safe to use behind a closed door without worry. It boasts of being waterproof, but I have yet to confirm this fact. It is, however, at the very least splash proof.

In regards to cleaning, antibacterial soap and warm water should do the trick. You could also use your favorite toy cleaner, wipes, etc. The Vuali should not be boiled or cleaned in the dishwasher, as it is a vibrator and therefore has inner mechanisms which could be damaged by doing so. To properly disinfect, wipe down with a 10% bleach solution. Like most silicone, the Vuali is a lint magnet, so be sure to clean it before and after each use. Avoid using silicone lubricants with this vibrator, as it is made of silicone and silicone lube will degrade the material. Slick it up with some high-quality water based lube instead, and prepare for a night of fun!

I really enjoyed the Vuali. It's powerful, easy to use, lets you pick your own type of pleasure, and is made of the softest, squishiest silicone I've seen. Gorgeously designed, antimicrobial, quiet, with a prominent yet non-intimidating texture. I'd definitely recommend this, and the other SinFive vibrators, to anyone looking for a simple, strong, attractive addition to their toy chest.

This product was provided to Tales from the ToiBox for free by Eden Fantasys in exchange for an unbiased review. 

product picture
Traditional vibrator by Wolwin GmbH
Material: Silicone / Plastic

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deadpoet said...

amazing review

Misfit Momma aka Missy said...

I am so torn on whether I want to try one of these or not! They don't look like something I would normally shop for, but so many good reviews..

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