Review: Javida Heating Vibrator

Having tried one heated vibrator in the past, I was wholly looking forward to trying another. I had fantastic experiences with L’Amourose’s Rosa Rouge so I couldn’t wait to see what the Javida Heating Vibrator could do for me. I haven’t had the best experiences with dual stimulators overall, but I had a feeling that the shape of the Javida would be fine as it’s similar to the shape of a couple of my favourite rabbits. It’s also quite flexible, which means I’m able to adjust it to work with my body and maintain constant contact with the clitoral arm.

Javida Heating VibratorBefore I get into that though, let me tell you about the packaging. The black and pinkish purple box is decorated with floral graphics and features key product information on the back and sides. The front of this box has a magnetic flap that can be opened up to reveal the vibrator behind a window of plastic which is a nice touch. Inside, there’s the charging cable, generic instruction leaflet and the toy. My only complaint is that there was no included storage bag as I think this a must-have for toys that are on the medium range of the pricing scale.

The Javida Heating Vibe is made from hypoallergenic, non-toxic, body-safe silicone that has been coated with PU and the handle is made from a robust ABS plastic. All of these materials are free from latex and phthalates and are high quality. I was particularly impressed with the feel of the silicone on this product as it’s super smooth surface feels wonderful to the touch and it has a very minor amount of drag. It should only be used with water-based lubricants to avoid degradation of the material, but as the drag is minimal and the dimensions aren’t overbearing, only a small amount was needed. The box nor the websites description mention whether this product is waterproof or not so I did not want to risk it and have been using antibacterial toy wipes and cleaner instead.

Javida Heating VibratorIn order to charge this toy you must pierce the silicone. On the reverse side of the vibrator there is a small sun design underneath the brand name. The middle of which houses the charging port. I placed the jack into the port and the USB into my laptop, then left the vibe to refresh. It took around two hours and I knew it was ready as the flashing lights across the control panel had gone steady. It lasted around an hour and fifteen minutes on the stronger settings before it needed to be plugged back in which I think is rather reasonable.

This dual stimulator has a three-button control panel. It consists of a power button, an upwards arrow and a downwards arrow. Tap the power button to turn on, press the down arrow to control the internal arm and the upwards arrow to control the clitoral arm. Each arm has ten settings. Three constant speeds and seven patterns. You can use the arms separately or together on whichever settings suit best. That might mean a combination of patterns internally and constant vibrations clitorally or vice versa. Unfortunately, there is no option to scroll back through the previous settings so you have to go through them all again if you miss your preferred pattern.

Javida Heating VibratorNeither of the arms could provide rumbles behind the vibrations, but the buzzy sensations released from the Javida Heating Vibe were not high-pitched or numbing. I can tolerate buzzing in scenarios like this, so I wasn’t too upset that they didn’t have more depth to them. Having said that, I do wish there had been some rumbles to the clitoral arm as I can’t keep buzzy vibrations in constant contact with my clitoris for too long.

The strength behind the buzzing was a surprise to me. It’s generally known amongst this community that rabbit vibrators tend to have one stronger arm and one weaker, which was the case here, but neither were lackluster. I often find the clitoral arm to be a complete disappointment, but it was pretty good on this occasion.

If you like girthy rabbits, or girthy toys of any kind for that matter, then I probably would not recommend the Javida Heating Vibrator to you. It has just over 4″ inches in circumference, which is rather slimline, especially for its g-spot targeting shape. I personally like both slim and large toys, so I wasn’t discouraged by its width at all. I feel that it would make a great first-time rabbit vibrator for someone with little sexual (be that with toys, masturbation or partnered play) experience, who prefers slimmer internal vibrators or those who find discomfort with the stretching sensation larger toys provide. It also has around 4.5″ inches of insertable length which seems to be the standard for rabbits.

I found that the firm, shapely head was everything that I wanted it to be. It has the perfect amount of rigidity to satisfy my stubborn g-spot and it seems to nudge against it, rather than bash against it as others have done, *points at Lelo Ina 2 with a look of annoyance on my face*. I don’t need to a use a ton of movement to get the stimulation that I’m looking for and I think that has something to do with the heating function. I think that without the heat I would have felt as though the internal arm was missing something and I’d have probably started to long for girth.

Being the sucker for temperature play that I am, a heating function is warmly welcomed by me. I usually prefer cold temperatures with my glass and metal sex toys, but I quite like heat on silicone. It feels better than body temperature in my experience. On this vibrator, the heating begins when the vibrations are turned on and it gradually increases over a time period of around five minutes. It takes about the same amount of time to cool down after use. I feel like the heat adds that extra something I’m looking for in a vibrator and the combination of buzzing and change in temperature is absolutely divine. A heated vibrator is something that I’d recommend everyone try at least once.

As the Javida Heating Vibe has two motors, I expected it to be loud. It wasn’t. Even when I use both arms on their top settings, the sound is easily drowned out with a duvet and a closed-door. I can happily use this when there are other people present in the house, which is always a bonus, and for that reason I’d be willing to point those who need discretion in the direction of this subtle seducer.

I received the Javida Heating Vibrator (€59.95/£51.52) from Orion in exchange for my honest review. Thank you! No affiliate links have been used within this post.

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