Smooth curves, a contoured tip and 11 powerful vibration modes make this luxury vibrator excel at both internal and external stimulation. Lavishing your G-spot or clitoris with delectable vibrations, the Sinfive Sue truly sates your orgasmic desires.
Curvaceous and smooth with a sculpted tip, Sue is a perfectly proportioned waterproof vibrator that lends itself to outstanding G-spot massage. As fulfilling for clitoral stimulation as it is for internal play, this rechargeable vibrator boasts a powerful motor to lavish your pleasure zones with a repertoire of 8 vibration speeds.
From a minimal twitch to a resonant rumble, the vibration settings cater for fans of delicate vibrations as well as those looking for high-powered thrills. 3 additional patterns add variety to your play, taking you through a range of power settings to sate your lust. On each setting the vibrations are quiet, allowing you to enjoy more discreet play without making sacrifices.
The full surface of the vibe is covered in soft, cushioned silicone to add an almost lifelike quality to the touch of the shaft. A bullet-shaped base fits neatly in your palm for maximum control over your thrusts and top-mounted controls make changing the settings intuitive, even in the throes of passion.
Recharging via USB for instant play, there is no need to worry about running out of batteries at crucial moments of play.
The included magnetic charging system ensures a watertight finish, allowing you to use the SinFive Sue vibrator in either the bath or shower.
Use with a healthy squeeze of water-based lubricant to maximise your slippery stimulation.
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Sinfive Sue Rechargeable Silicone USB Clitoral Vibrator 6 out of 10 (3 reviews) Write your own review
Reviewed: 05 Jul 2013 by KinkyFuckery, a Single Straight Female
This vibrator was presented in a sleek black box, with the vibe inside along with instructions and USB cable.
USB cable can either be connected to your laptop or a adapter which is handy gives you the option.
Instructions could be a little clear as it is easy to set up and plug in but doesn't say how long you need to charge it for before it's fully working. That would be handy to know. I have other rechargeable toys and they state charging time. Would be handy to know this. (This is more of a product issue than an LH problem.)
Once charged, simply hit the metal button +, which allows you to access 11 vibration settings, 8 vibration speeds and 3 patterns. Which is great for those who like high intensity speeds or rumbling vibrations. This is more of a clit vibrator than a G-apot. Took a while to find which one rocked my boat the most. Vibrations don't flow I feel right up to the curve of this vibrator. The powerful part I find is just below the curve, which lacks its pinpoint precision.
One little problem I found also is it collects fluff like it wants to be a fluffy vibe. No matter how much you wash it, it seems to just collect it.
- Easy to use.
- Collects fluff.
- Bottom line
- It's an all right vibe, nothing special.
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Reviewed: 11 Aug 2013 by lindtchilli
This was an impulse buy when it was in the sale with a % off voucher - because a luxury rechargeable vibe for less than twenty quid is hard to pass up. Reviews here and elsewhere were mixed, but it seemed worth a try.
Unfortunately, though it has lots of good points, but overall, even with effectively £50 quid off, this did nothing for me.
It does have its good points. It's rechargeable by USB, and the cable connection is magnetic, so the unit itself is totally, confidently waterproof. It's silicone, of a pleasant feel - not too firm, but with enough body to exert pressure. It has a wide range of vibrations from subtle tickle to full blown rumble, plus a few patterns.
So why do I dislike it? There are several minus points for me.
First off is that the silicone is very draggy. I like to use relatively little lube, but this thing needs a monster amount or else its feel on skin is unpleasant. I suspect this also contributes to another issue, which is that it attracts dust and debris as if it's magnetised.
The lowest vibration settings are really too low in my opinion, though everyone is different. There's teasing and then there's did I turn this thing on? I often like patterns, but the ones on this were just odd, for want of a better word. You can scroll back and forth through the settings, which is great, but if you don't like very many of them, that's not much help.
It's quite heavy, again a ymmv thing, but I just found it bulky and an awkward, strange shape to handle. It's also pretty thick. Some people may be able to insert enough of this to reach a G-spot, but for me it was comically too large to insert more than half an inch.
It's hard to know when it's charged, and I also found it didn't hold the charge/last as long as I would've liked. My Lovehoney Flash holds its charge and lasts longer than Sue. Without having more of an idea of how long it is *supposed* to take to charge, it's hard to judge this completely fairly, but suffice to say, when charged from dead for the same amount of time, the Flash lasted way better.
I don't think this is particularly a bad vibe, but I don't think it's a great one, either, and I'm not at all convinced it's worth the hefty price tag. Even at my super knockdown price, I wasn't that impressed.
- Easy to charge, simple controls, obviously well made.
- Vibrations could transmit better, fluff magnet, didn't blow my head off.
- Bottom line
- Not a bad vibe, but not a great one. Expensive for its abilities.
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Sorry Sue, you're not for me
Reviewed: 06 May 2013 by MissTerryCleavage, a Single Straight Female
I received this vibrator in quick time and discreet packaging as always from Lovehoney. The vibe itself is packaged in a long and thin lidded black box, secured with an elastic ribbon, featuring the Sinfive branding.
The instructions are pretty scant but it’s fairly self-explanatory, however I think it would be useful to include some guidance as to how long it should take to charge, either by the USB or via a plug if you use an adapter. There are no lights etc on the vibe so it can be a bit of a guessing game as to whether it’s charged or not, equally there are no indicators as to whether it is going flat or not. I have several rechargeable toys and they all flash or light up etc to let you know they need a recharge, this one doesn’t, so it has left me frustrated more than once… It is simple to charge, the magnetic clips just attach and away you go, for that indeterminate time I mentioned. ;)
The vibe itself is made of silicone, and is so simple to use, just press the plus to scroll through the increasing speeds and then the patterns or scroll back to wind down. Personally I never use patterns, I just prefer high speeds and tend to go straight to that. It does pack quite a punch, however my main problem with it is that the vibes don’t actually travel down to the tip. It is shaped to offer pinpoint accuracy and yet it just fails to hit that spot, for me anyway.
You can feel the strength of the motor around the girth of the vibe, but it just doesn’t make it right down to the necessary business end, leaving me wanting and having to resort to another vibe to finish the job off. I tend to use more than one toy anyway to mix it up a little but this just didn’t seem to quite do the job for me, no matter how I tried.
Another moan about this vibe, and no definitely not in a good way, is the fact that it attracts fluff quicker than seagulls flock to chips, making it awkward to use, no sooner have you washed it than it’s picked up all the fluff in the room the next minute, gggrrrrr. I have other silicone toys and whilst they also attract fluff, none with this magnitude.
All in all, for me, the plus sides just aren’t enough to make up for all the downsides, and this toy will most probably just attract all the fluff from the back of the drawer instead…
- Not a lot I'm afraid.
- No vibes in the tip and a fluff magnet.
- Bottom line
- A lot of promise, it failed to deliver.
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