Her Royal Harness Me2 Thumper

Her Royal Harness Me2 Thumper

The first thing I thought about this vibrating strap-on is that I really love the royal blue color and how silky smooth it feels. I was surprised to unpack it and find that it came with it’s own attached silicone harness — that much is pictured on the back on the packaging but I did think from the main product image that I was just getting the vibrating probe solo.

Visually, it looks quite beautiful but in practice, I had a hard time keeping it in place during use. When it worked, it worked wonderfully, but there was a lot of fumbling to keep it from slipping and sliding around. I could have liked to throw the thumping attachment into a different harness, which is technically possible, but the silicone matching straps are a bit difficult to detach and then even more cumbersome to reattach after the fact.

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Manufacturer Description:

Simultaneous stimulation is at your fingertips with the revolutionary. Not your average dildo, this finely crafted pleasure tool keeps the ‘top’ in mind to deliver mutual satisfaction each and every time.

Constructed of 100% silicone, the silky smooth shaft is perfectly angled to penetrate your lover from any position. The curved, bulbous tip offers intense G-Spot stimulation, while the tapered shaft is built for easy entry. The base offers an ergonomic scoop design to hug your body for full contact arousal, while the soft textures and ridges are strategically placed to hit you where it counts. Grind your lover hard and experience mutual ecstasy.

This hygienically superior probe is made for easy cleaning. Grab your favorite CalExotics® toy cleaner, or use warm soap and water. Be sure to wash before and after every use. Be sure to use a high-quality lubricant to keep the thrusting action going.

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Katja Barollo