Review: Mötley Crüe Dr Feelgood 7 Function Classic Vibrator

Motley Crue VibratorsWhen I received an email from Lovehoney asking if I’d like to review two new vibrators from the Mötley Crüe range prior to launch, my answer was an immediate and obvious yes. I think I was even more excited about this range than I was about the Motörhead range and that’s saying something. This is a range designed and created by Lovehoney, sealed with the bands approval. It’s official Mötley Crϋe merchandise and I’d definitely recommend picking up of a vibrator or two as a memento, if nothing else.

The first thing I noticed about this product after removing it from the plain packet it arrived in was the fantastic packaging. A huge improvement on the Motörhead packaging, which was a right bitch to get into. I was faced with a long cardboard sleeve featuring a picture of Mötley Crüe on the front and information about the product and band on the back. The vibrator itself protrudes through a cut out window in the front of the sleeve but is secured within some plastic casing. I would typically insert a photo of said packaging, but unfortunately technology fails sometimes and photos get corrupted.

Once I had removed the packaging, I had an examination of the toy and fault no faults or flaws with its appearance or build quality. It is made from sturdy, non-toxic, body-safe ABS plastic and is extremely smooth to the touch. It has a glossy finish, which makes the toy more visually pleasing, but also makes it more difficult to hold once a coating of water-based lubricant has been applied. It’s completely waterproof, so can be used in the bath or shower, as well as rinsed under running water during the cleaning process.

Motley Crue Dr Feelgood VibratorThe Dr Feelgood is battery-operated and takes three triple a’s. To insert them, simply unscrew the cap at the base of the vibrator, insert as directed and screw the cap back on firmly. It does need to be tightened as tightly as possible or it will not turn on. On this cap there’s a singular button which is the sole controller of this toy, tapping once will begin the vibrations and each further tap will take you through the various settings. Pressing and holding this button for a few seconds will turn the vibrator off.

This vibrator offers seven functions as the title suggests, three of which are speeds and the remaining four are patterns. The three speeds are low, medium and high, as you may have already figured out. I was expecting tickle-like, weak vibrations from the low setting as this is what I’m used to from battery-operated toys, but I was pleasantly proved wrong when I turned this on and felt some pretty powerful pulsations instantly. The medium speed was slightly more intense and even verged on rumbly, which I was also not expecting and the high-speed was the most powerful and fastest of all them all, as is usually the case.

Even though these vibrations are mostly surface-level and the high-speed verges back on the buzzy side, they’re certainly strong enough to get me off. I would describe them as similar to those of the Power Play Classic Vibrator, which is one of the strongest battery-operated toys I’ve used to date. You can visibly see the vibrations coming off this toy as it rocks around, which keeps it true to its branding. I’m not fond of the patterns that this toy has, although it has one that I like which is the final setting. It’s a surge of constant vibration from low to high and it’s the type that I don’t find off-putting and can actually use and enjoy every once in a while.

I applied a small amount of water-based lubricant to the Dr Feelgood and placed it against my clitoris, turning on the first setting. I noted that it was powerful but as a self-confessed power queen, I went straight up to high. I was surprised by the strength and even more surprised when I could feel an orgasm about to erupt. It was strong enough to take me all the way, although it does take longer than it would with something like the Tango. It’s still much faster than my hands could do. I wouldn’t recommend holding it firmly against your clitoris for long as it can becoming numbing after a while, which I found when trying to steal a cheeky second orgasm.

I was looking forward to using this internally as I don’t actually own many classic vibrators at the moment, as I’ve discarded most of the ones that I collected early on in my toy collection. They simply weren’t powerful enough, but luckily this one is. I can take or leave internal vibrations, but there’s no way I’m leaving with this toy. I am not one to orgasm from internal vibrations unless they’re directed at my g-spot, which this toy doesn’t hit as it’s straight, but it still feels good. I found this toy extremely comfortable to insert and thrust with, as the measurements are smack bang in my comfort zone. It has an insertable length of six inches and girth of four, which should be manageable for most.

I don’t think this is the quietest toy out there and if I was going based solely on first impressions, I’d even say this was loud. Once I’d tested it a couple of times, I decided to step outside my bedroom door and see if I could hear it from the other side and I couldn’t, at all, even without any background noise. So, it might seem noisy when up close and personal, but it’s not noticeable to others outside the room.

Motley Crue Dr Feelgood Vibrator

Overall, I would recommend the Mötley Crüe Dr Feelgood Vibrator to intermediate toy users who like lots of power. This is a toy that definitely surpassed my expectations. It’s body-safe, easy to use and clean, well-made with excellent branding, design and power. I have no real complaints and I’m happy to add it to my small and sweet collection of classic vibrators.

I received the Mötley Crüe Dr Feelgood Classic Vibrator (£29.99) from Lovehoney in exchange for my review. Thank you! Affiliate links have been used within this post.

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