“The Sex A Peel Vibrator, of course!”
The Sex A Peel vibrator has so much appeal to me. I was in love with it the instant I saw it. Hot pink silicone banana for the ULTIMATE win.
Here it is in all its glory! The packaging is simple enough. Just a plastic bag with a cardboard piece on top. It also comes with an instructional booklet which tells you how to operate your toy, etc etc. According to my measurements, the Sex A Peel Banana is 9.75″ long, with about 6.5 of those inches being insertable if you have the bullet in it, and about 8.75″ being insertable without the bullet. To get some basic stats out of the way, the Sex A Peel vibrator is 100% silicone, body safe and phthalates free. It comes with a bullet which is hard plastic and has a soft velvet cote layer. The bullet is just over 2″ in length.
The first thing I did when I got the toy out of the package was to put the batteries in the bullet to see how strong it was. Oh. My. Gawd. I seriously jumped from surprise! This is the most powerful bullet I have come across yet. Wow! It’s pretty quiet, no one would hear this little guy behind closed doors – but it is STRONG. It feels like a 3 out of 5 before you put it in the banana part of your new toy.
Your Sex A Peel vibrator is just a Sex A Peel dildo until you insert the bullet. The bullet slides right into a slot in the top part of the banana. Ahhh, now I understand why the bullet had to be so strong. Once you put the bullet in the banana, the banana vibrates at about a two in intensity, which is pretty good when you think about the fact that that little bullet needs to get a solid banana going. The Sex A Peel vibe is one speed, but I really enjoyed using it, for many many reasons.
Inserting the banana I noticed I actually needed a bit of lube, which is odd for me because I tend to be really wet. The silicone of the toy has a bit of drag to it, so without some lube it can be difficult to insert. The banana is about 1.5 inches in girth, and I felt like this was the perfect width for the toy. Actually using it felt amazing. At first, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but the end of the banana just kept nudging my uterus in the most delightful way. I tend to like having stimulation deep inside like that, so this toy was perfect! The Sex A Peel vibrator also makes a wonderful clit only toy. The same goes for the bullet. Which leads me to my only (minor) complaint.
The bullet has a lovely soft “velvet cote” finish, and the silicone on the banana being non-smooth and similar in feel to the bullet just makes for a horrible time removing the bullet for cleaning and battery removal. The instruction manual said it was best to remove the batteries from the bullet when not in use so the batteries don’t lose their charge. Since it is so darn hard to get the bullet out of the banana though (even Master had trouble with it!) we decided to leave it in for a few days and see what happened. A bit over a week later, the toy still feels just as strong! So luckily, I don’t think you need to remove the batteries between use, but unfortunately, you’ll probably want to remove the bullet between uses so you can clean it. That’s going to be a real pain in the banana, but you’ll put up with it gladly, because this toy just keeps you coming back for more and more. It keeps punishing you with the impossible removal of its bullet, but all you can say is “Thank you banana, may I have another!”
Woah. Might have got a little dramatic there for a second. Seriously though, the bullet is difficult to remove.
Master always tells me: “Cleanliness is next to godliness.” How do we clean this banana? Well, don’t go letting it soak in any veggie wash. I know it looks like an ordinary hot pink banana, but it isn’t. It’s silicone, remember? Your silicone banana is quite resilient! You can boil it (without the bullet in it, if you please!), bleach it with a 10% solution, use mild soap and water, *takes a deep breath* or use a toy cleaner. 🙂 See? Easy!
Now, I’ve mentioned it before, but it is worth mentioning again: please do not use silicone based lubes with this or any silicone toy. It will degrade the material of the toy, and you’ll have to throw it in the compost heap. Wait. No. This isn’t a real banana. It will still ruin your toy though!
Thank you so much, Babeland, for giving me the chance to try out this toy in exchange for an honest and fair review. <3