Review: Digital DelightPosted: March 13, 2012 at 6:30 am | Tags: dildo, finger extender, queer, review, silicone
When I first saw the Digital Delight (also know as the Wet for Her Toy Two) I’ll admit, I was a bit put off. I didn’t understand it, didn’t want it, and kind of ignored it’s existance. Later, when I was contacted about reviewing a different toy for them, and I read their mission, I was more intrigued. So when GoodVibes put the Digital Delight up for review I decided to go ahead and give it a try.
Wet for Her is a French company who has made it their mission to fulfill the need for non-phallic toys for lesbians. Moreover, they produce high quality, silicone toys (care info). The Digital Delight is shaped like two over-sized fingers and is hollow to allow the user to slip their own fingers inside it. Basically, it gives you crazy, silicone hulk fingers. Only, they don’t come in green, your options are purple and black.
Now, I’m not actually a fan of fingers for internal stimulation, they just don’t fill me up like I would like them to. But this toy has more girth than even the beefiest of fingers I’ve encountered, so I figured it was a go. The angle of the fingers is desgned for g-spot stimulation, and in theory it should be great. Unfortunately, in reality, I found that it didn’t hit mine at all. In fact, it was very uncomfortable. During some sexy time with my partner I decided to break it out for the first time. I was very horny, well lubed (naturally and artificially) and was totally ready to go. Popped the DD on, and went to work. No dice, it didn’t feel good… in fact, it almost hurt. While the toy certainly wasn’t too wide, the pressure it naturally placed on the top side of my vaginal canal was unpleasant. I kept trying but it just didn’t improve. I decided to try having him it on me, thinking maybe he could hold it at an angle that I couldn’t and that maybe it would be better somehow. It wasn’t. I gave up, thinking maybe it was just me and perhaps I was overly sensitive that night. I immediately popped in the Tantus Acute and felt fabulous g-spot pressure right away, no pain and nothing uncomfortable. Hmph. Round One: Fail.
Later on, I tried it again on my own, using different angles and methods of holding it, nothing worked. Turning it upside down just didn’t give me much stimulation at all. Again and again I tried, again and again the Digital Delight failed me. Honestly, I’m kind of sad. I love that Wet for Her is trying to provide toy options for people who prefer something non-phallic and body safe. I love that the silicone is somewhat silky and doesn’t drag, it even has some resistance to pet hair and lint. The packaging is a little over-sized, but not offensive in any way, which is what I would expect from a company that is catering to a niche market like they are. The toy fits very comfortably over my fingers, but was a little snug on the pet’s. I think the angle of the toy might be ok for prostate stimulation, but I’d exercise caution, as there is no flared base to keep it outside the body. It is difficult to grip from the outside when your fingers are all lubey, but it isn’t a problem if you use it as intended.
Overall, I like the company, I like the quality. I really just wish the Digital Delight worked for me, unfortunately, it didn’t.