BMS Factory Wonderlust Serenity PowerBullet Vibrator Review

I was just finishing up my comparative G-spot vibe ranking when I realized that the Wonderlust Serenity by BMS Factory might be worth a look. Basically, the term “PowerBullet” jumped off the page at me. That and the $35 price tag. Thirty-five bucks for a full-size insertable vibe with a PowerBullet motor? Sign me up!BMS Wonderlust Serenity G-spot vibrator featured

I’d become enamored of PowerBullet motors in late 2018 when I received an Essential Bullet (review here) and a Pillow Talk Sassy (ranked here) back to back. Both these toys are waterproof, rechargeable, and super-affordable—and their vibes are so good, they both ended up in my favorite sex toys list almost immediately.

Could the Wonderlust Serenity live up to that standard?

The Motor

Wonderlust Serenity’s motor is good compared to most vibes—and it’s especially good compared to other full-sized insertable vibes for under $40. The registered trademark PowerBullet has weight—even though not all PowerBullet motors are created exactly equal. Serenity is pretty rumbly, especially on the lowest speed and somewhat into the second speed.

And it’s that second speed that’s the one for me. It’s got some power—we’re not talking Magic Wand power here, but maybe a 6/10 on my overall power scale—and a fair amount of rumble. Serenity’s speed #1 is a good warm-up, but a bit weak to get me off; while speed #3 gets a tad buzzy for my tastes. The second speed, though, is a very happy medium!

And then come the patterns…

Lots o’ Patterns

Serenity has 17 patterns. Seventeen patterns, and one function-change button. That means once you go up, you’ll either have to hit the speed change button 20 times or just power off and start over—so you’d better be really sure what you want before you hit that button. BMS Wonderlust Serenity G-spot vibrator controls patterns Phallophile Reviews 2

You only have to skim through my FemmeFunn reviews to see how I feel about a seemingly infinite amount of patterns on vibrators with no up and down control buttons. Hell, apparently my (widely shared) opinion has now become the Second Commandment of Vibrator Patterns:

Oh well. Maybe you like patterns more than I do, and this won’t apply to you at all.

As for me, I’m just lucky that I’m sold on Serenity’s second steady speed. Once I turn the vibe onto speed #2, I’m absolutely not switching power levels, ever. Power level #2 or bust!

The Shape—and the Flexibility

Serenity has a graceful, curved shape, with a head that’s neither broad nor focused. It’s a happy medium, G-spot-pressure-wise. The upper shaft is 1.3″ across—slightly narrower than average dildo girth—at the widest point, where it swells outward. G-spot vibes with a sharp transition irritate me, so I’m glad that Serenity’s shape is gently rounded, almost a figure 8.BMS Wonderlust Serenity PowerBullet G-spot vibrator head

And last, the vibe’s flexible shaft is another feature that I enjoy—but that the lover of really intense, unyielding pressure may not.1 Wonderlust Serenity bends more easily than any other G-spot vibe I own. Especially when I thrust Serenity, it curves to rub against the front of my vaginal opening. I love grinding on soft silicone dildos that way, and Serenity is about the closest thing in vibrator form.

I am a little confused about the cut-out pattern, the extra oval in the silicone, which for me only serves to collect more gunk. Apparently it’s intended to allow for more pointed, (almost nail-like???) clitoral stimulation, which I—a lover of broader sensation—am passionate about avoiding. You may have a very different experience if you plan to use Serenity externally.

The Silicone & Other Features

Wonderlust Serenity is coated in a silky matte silicone (except for the white cut-out in the handle). And Serenity’s blue color makes me happy. It’s not that I don’t own a good number of blue dildos—but this toy, with its azure plus white combo, makes me think of sunny skies and whispy clouds.

It’s USB rechargeable like almost any good vibe is these days, and it’s splashproof—but not submersible. That means you can clean it thoroughly, and I’ve brought mine into the shower with no issues, but you’re better off not taking it into the bathtub.

Overall Thoughts

I can understand why the BMS Wonderlust Serenity is marketed as an ideal beginner’s toy:

  • It’s powerful without being super strong.
  • It starts fairly rumbly but then ends on a buzzier note.
  • It gives me G-spot stimulation that’s noticeable but not overwhelming.

If you’re not sure exactly what you’re looking for yet, Serenity is a balance between a lot of important vibrator qualities. And of course it’s budget-friendly.

Is Serenity the absolute best out there in terms of motor quality and build? No. I see it as a precursor to the excellence of the Pillow Talk Sassy, also by BMS Factory.2 Sassy shares Serenity’s flexible body, PowerBullet motor, and silky silicone—but Sassy has more rumbliness and more power,3 without the massive amount of patterns. BMS Factory did well with the Wonderlust Serenity, but they did even better with the Pillow Talk Sassy.

Still, if you’re not a die-hard power enthusiast, I would recommend the BMS Wonderlust Serenity to you. Its quality is a world away from cheap-o battery-powered vibe options—but it’s still quite affordable.

You can find Wonderlust Serenity here!

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  1. I’d recommend the Jopen Key Comet II or the Sola Cue to the non-flexible vibe seeker instead.
  2. BMS Factory seems to have begun promoting the Wonderlust collection in late 2016, with the first reviews coming out in mid-2017—roughly a year before the debut of the Pillow Talk vibes. A lot can happen in a year, I can say that for a fact.
  3. Though Sassy does start pleasantly low; I love that vibe so much. ????

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