Toy Review: Dual Bliss Bullet Waterproof Vibrator

Thanks once again to our friends at Good Vibrations, I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing another awesome product- the Dual Bliss Bullet Waterproof Vibrator.

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I absolutely love the concept of dual pleasure! The Dual Bliss may look like a basic bullet vibe, but it is anything but basic. With two separate bullets controlled by the same remote, the Dual Bliss allows you and your partner to enjoy some good vibrations at the same time. It’s waterproof capability makes it an awesome toy for a steamy shower or relaxing soak in the hot tub.

What I Love:

  • This thing is strong! Don’t let the size fool you, these bullets pack a serious punch.
  • Speaking of size, it’s tiny! Its size makes the Dual Bliss a great toy for travel (just be sure to remove the batteries first!)
  • It has multiple vibration settings! Often bullet vibes only vibrate at one frequency, but this little guy has ten different vibration modes
  • It’s waterproof!
  • The price. At $24.00, you’re essentially getting two vibrators for the price of one!

What I Don’t Love:

  • It doesn’t come with batteries. Maybe I’m spoiled, but I always want to use my toys as soon as they come in the mail! It takes AAAs, which I don’t always have in stock in my house. So if you really want instant gratification, stock up on some batteries first.
  • That tricky seam! As with many bullets, these guys have a seam where the plastic meets. This makes them harder to clean, and discourages internal use.

How it Rates:

Price: 5

Ease of Use: 5

Safety: 4

Adorability: 3

Stealth: 5

Total Rating: 22/25

If you’re looking for an inexpensive but powerful toy to use with a partner, the Dual Bliss Bullet Waterproof Vibrator is the toy for you!

About Michaela

Michaela

Michaela is a recent Seven Sisters graduate with a self-designed degree in Sexuality Studies. When she's not blogging, you'll find her teaching Health and Wellness and A Cappella to high school students, helping women find properly fitting bras, and working as an editor on a documentary. She hopes to continue her education one day with a PhD in Feminist Anthropology.