Affordable Bullet Vibrator Guide: Strong, Rechargeable Options vs. We-Vibe Tango

I’m delighted to bring you this comparative guide to the best bullet vibrators that are: affordable (under $50), waterproof, rechargeable, and pretty damn strong! The We-Vibe Tango is the gold standard for best small vibe, so I’ve included it as a comparative benchmark. Even the very inexpensive toys (like the BMS Essential Bullet, $21) here have good power, and many are rumbly like the We-Vibe Tango too! These vibes are a world away from cheaper watch/button battery bullets or (*gasp*) corded options that are often recommend for “beginners.” (This is 2023, just say “no” to corded bullets.1)

Jump straight to each vibrator’s review and comparative ranking—by overall power, vibration quality (“rumbly” vs. “buzzy”), noise level, price, and more. Or keep reading below for an explanation of what the important terms “rumbly” and “buzzy” mean.

If you’ve read more than a couple vibrator reviews by any sex blogger, chances are you’ve encountered either (or both) of the words “rumbly” and “buzzy.”

“Rumbly” is used to describe a toy whose vibrations are very penetrating; they don’t just remain surface-level. For many people, rumbly vibes are good because they can stimulate more of the buried internal clit and labia, or deeper inside the testicles, perineum, and even prostate.

“Buzzy,” in contrast, is usually used negatively to describe weaker vibes, ones whose power is lost when it touches your skin. And I get that—some bullets (like many battery-powered ones) are so cheap and surface-level that it’s hard for me to imagine them getting anyone off.

But I think it’s important to note that rumbly and buzzy aren’t synonymous with “good” and “bad” for everyone. The truth is that finding the very best vibe intensity for you may take some experimenting. For example, I bought a We-Vibe Tango a few years back after reading all the rave reviews. I was impressed by the strength when I turned it on. I thought it was gonna be great! But I quickly realized I wasn’t using it much at all. It just didn’t call to me and my extra-sensitive clit. So I explored more…

We-Vibe Tango (6.5/10 Power; $79)

We-Vibe Tango X review pinpoint tip flowers

The We-Vibe Tango has quite the reputation. It’s the only vibe here that costs over $50—but there’s a reason for that. We-Vibe Tango is the rumbly powerhouse that all other bullet vibes must be measured against.

For lovers of intense, firm, pinpoint clit stim, the Tango is a truly great choice. The slanted tip lets you apply more direct pressure against your clit (or nipples, etc.).2 The four steady settings range from “Hey there!” to “AAAHHH!!!” And, as someone who very occasionally enjoys patterns, I think the We-Vibe Tango’s six setting (second pattern) is an amazing tease.

And the new Tango X version removes several drawbacks of the earlier Tango, the reigning monarch of bullet vibrators. See a full list of Tango upgrades here. Most importantly: (1) The silicone grip shields your fingers from the strong vibes, and is easier to grip—so Tango X doesn’t slip when lubed up. (2) The battery life is a lot longer, and the product warranty is now 2 full years.

Still, if you do like a softer touch, you may find the plastic hard and unyielding.

Rumble: From 9.5/10 to 7.5/10
Top power: 6.5/10
Noise: 33–37 decibels pressed against skin
Functions: 8 intensities x 8 vibe functions
Other notes: Slanted tip and firm body for very direct, pinpoint stim
Price: $79 list price/ $71.10 with code FELICITY
Product listing here

Swan Maximum Bullet (7/10 Power; $49.50)

Best bullet vibrator I’ve ever used (over 10 years now). The Swan Max. Bullet beats the Tango for me because:

  • Fully adjustable “press&hold” vibration control: more personalized.
  • Slightly better speed range (starts lower, ends higher).
  • Easier to hold: The finger sleeve is sooooo convenient. It stretches over my first 2 fingers, so I don’t have to grip tight and I can easily position the Max. Bullet with my left hand, while my right hand is jerking…in with a dildo or G-spot vibrator.
Swan Maximum bullet vibrator - silicone finger grip

The Swan Max. Bullet (by BMS) features the adjustable vibe control found in the Pillow Talk Racy, later; but its tip is more precise, not flexible and bulbous like in the Racy. It’s medium-wide, and nicely rounded so you can rub it up and down without it jabbing. This is now by far my favorite bullet vibrator, because it’s so easy to use. Seriously squirting-level. (Waterproof blanket has been needed.)

Top-notch motor, silicone sleeve, travel lock, waterproof and rechargeable… If you’ve got $50 to spend on a good mini-vibe, this is the one.

Rumble: From 10/10 to 6.5/10
Top power: 7/10
Noise: 36–46 decibels pressed against skin
Functions: Fully adjustable “incremental” control
Other notes: Soft silicone sleeve so it fits over fingers! Vibe itself is nonporous plastic with a matte finish.
Price: $54.99 list price/ $49.50 with code FELICITY
Product listing here

Intense Travel Vibe Mini (6.75/10 Power; $28.99)

This Intense Travel bullet by Nass is the strongest cheap vibrator! (Under $30.) I very much recommend it for focusing vibration on your clitoris. The tapered point is a classic bullet shape, so you really can home in better than with a flattened end. That makes the Intense Travel Vibe Mini better for use during PIV sex, for example.

Intense Travel Vibe Mini Bullet Vibrator by Nasstoys, in hand, Phallophile Reviews

The vibrations are punchy — beginning pretty strong with a little rumble; and then moving up to “robust” and “whewwww, this is so strong I can come through underwear!” on intensity levels #2 and #3 respectively. I’m all about high speed (function #3 out of 10) on the Intense; it’ll get me off as quickly as I want to come, which often doesn’t happen with smaller vibrators and my clitoris!

I got this vibe in the summer of 2021, and it’s honestly the most excited I’ve been about a bullet vibrator since I got the Essential Bullet back in January 2019. The Intense Travel Vibe Mini is both slightly stronger and longer than the Essential Bullet. The Intense Vibe ($28.99) has more power (but less rumble!) than the We-Vibe Tango X ($79) too: though the Tango X has more function options, at 3 steady speeds for the Intense Vibe vs. 8 intensities for the Tango X.

Top power: 6.75/10
Rumble: From 5 to 4/10
Noise: 42–48 decibels pressed against skin (just barely louder than Essential Bullet)
Functions: 3 steady speeds; 7 patterns
Other notes: Bullet tip allows for focused clit pressure & is great for rubbing too; high-power motor especially for the price; good length to hold onto; silky PU coat.
Price: $28.99
Product listing here

BMS Essential Bullet PowerBullet (6.2/10 Power; $21)

The BMS Essential Bullet is the strongest vibrator you’ll get for under $20 (with discount).

BMS Essential Bullet PowerBullet Vibrator full

The Essential Bullet’s speed #1 is very like the We-Vibe Tango’s second, and the Essential’s #2 is between Tango’s #2 and #3. And there are two steady Essential Bullet speeds after that! Unlike most other cheap + intense vibes in this guide, the Essential Bullet isn’t buzzy from the get-go. It rumbles pretty good through the third out of four steady speeds. There are 9 functions overall—so 4 steady and 5 patterned.

The Essential Bullet makes my clit tingle in a fascinating way—one I had to get used to. At first I thought the sensation was a bit irritating, because my “love bud”3 can be a pansy as far as direct stimulation goes. But then I couldn’t stop; I kept holding the Essential Bullet right below my clit and damn right, I came really hard a minute or two later. (It was hard to tell how long it took, really, because time kinda disappeared—it was that kind of good.)

I usually enjoy rubbing bullet vibes against my (long) clitoral hood for extra friction, but this bullet is so penetrating that I can just keep it in place. The first speed is like a 6/10 on the powerful scale and an 8/10 on the rumbly scale, which is perfect when I want stronger stimulation. (The third and fourth speeds do veer into buzzy territory, though.) I like the Essential Bullet’s smooth finish, it’s a silky coated plastic.

This bullet is fairly short (with no flared end), so it may be harder to keep a hold of during some sex acts with a partner—but on the other hand, the small size fits more easily between bodies.

I really like the roundness of the tip. It’s quite flat, not so jabby for people who dislike really pinpoint stimulation (*raises hand*), but also not so wide that I’d call the stimulation broad. It’s a happy medium for me.

If you want nice rumbly-enough power on a budget, the BMS Essential Bullet is excellent.

Rumble: From 8/10 to 6/10
Top power: 6.2/10
Noise: 43–46 decibels pressed against skin
Functions: 4 steady speeds; 5 patterns
Other notes: Silky ABS plastic coating. A bit difficult to power off (really hold that button down!). Amazing rumble for the price.
Price: $21.99 ($19.79 with code FELICITY during checkout)
Product listing here

Blush Exposed Nocturnal Lipstick Vibe (7.5/10 Power; $32)

Now Wellness Power Vibe / Realm Silver Bullet / Limited Addiction Power Vibe (10/10 Power; $34.99 to $35.99)

When Blush Novelties released the Exposed Nocturnal Lipstick Bullet, I agreed to review it because it promised more strength than every other bullet out there. I was skeptical, but you know what? The Nocturnal Lipstick Bullet was really frickin’ strong, like a small wand. It outdoes the power of the We-Vibe Tango’s eighth and strongest setting—and it sells for about 40% of the Tango’s price.

Now, a very similar motor has been moved over into the Wellness Power Vibe (purple) and the six Limited Addiction Bullets‘ watercolor style! The only difference: Wellness Power Vibe costs $1 more and has a longer warranty. But LORD, I love the color so much in the Limited Addiction Psyche so much, it’s my second-favorite small vibrator now!

Wellness Power Vibe vs. Limited Addiction Power Vibe by Blush - strength
The colors are killer.

This is not a rumbly-rumbly vibrator; it’s strong and reverberating, so potent it moves into buzzy territory on the top speeds (functions #4 and #5). Since I’m not a power queen, I find even the first setting a bit much: I find myself using it through barriers, like jeans or a towel even.

2023 Update: The Exposed Bullet has been replaced by the same-shaped Wellness Power Vibe (purple) and the Limited Addiction Power Vibes (6 vibrant colors). The Wellness & Realm Bullets are even a notch more powerful than the Exposed, but their first speed is slightly lower-powered and slightly rumblier (≈10 Hz lower-frequency). Still, both the Wellness bullet & Realm Bullet are high-pitch vibes that I would not classify as rumbly, with no intensity levels under 100 Hz. Some users may find them very satisfying with how much power they produce, and I’m grateful for the marginally better speed range in the Wellness Bullet! The wide, slanted lipstick tip is quite nice. Only downside: the + and – buttons are difficult to tell apart, and you need to press them hard.

Rumble: From 5 to 4/10
Overall power: 7.5/10
Noise: Pretty damn loud for a bullet; almost like a mini wand
Functions: 5 steady speeds, 5 patterns
Other notes: Now the most powerful bullet on this list—but not the most rumbly; up and down control buttons make speed changing easier, but buttons are tough to press. Silver (Realm) color is sexy.
Price: $34.99 / $35.99
Product listing here

FemmeFunn Ultra Bullet (6/10 Power; $49)

The FemmeFunn Ultra Bullet is strong. Its steady settings follow those of the We-Vibe Tango closely—except that the Ultra Bullet has three, versus the Tango’s four. (I’d say the Ultra Bullet’s third steady setting is more powerful than the Tango’s third, but slightly less powerful than the Tango’s fourth.)

The biggest difference between these two powerhouse vibes is in their material composition: the Ultra Bullet is all silicone over the motor, while the Tango is all ABS plastic. This means that the Ultra Bullet is considerably more flexible than the straight Tango. The same applies to the even stronger Booster Bullet, which is like the Ultra Bullet but a 9/10 for overall power!

FemmeFunn Ultra Bullet (top) & stronger Booster Bullet (bottom).

I personally think the Ultra Bullet’s flexibility is a plus. Because the end of the shaft, above the bulb with the power button, bends, it’ll wrap around my pubic bone more easily. I can see myself using it so much more comfortably during anal sex or in flat doggy style. I also like that the control button is so large: it makes it easier to press when you’re not looking at the toy (or if you have larger fingers). Plus I’m a fan of the large bulb at the end. I can grasp it without a problem even when there’s lots of lube involved.

As strong as the Ultra Bullet’s motor is, some may find that the silky silicone exterior slightly dampens the vibes. If you do like really firm pressure, definitely go for the Tango because of its hard, angled tip. Still, its price point (under $50 vs. the Tango’s ≈$80) makes it that much attractive, and people who like external fingering motions may find that the Ultra Bullet’s powerful vibes give them orgasm after orgasm.

Finally…the patterns. There are seventeen patterns. Why, oh why, FemmeFunn?!? And yes, you do have to cycle through all these patterns via 1 button to get back to the one you really want. Personally, I wish FemmeFunn/Nalone would re-release this toy with eight patterns, tops. I like options and everything…but too much, too much.

Rumble: From 8 to 5.5 / 10
Top power: 6/10
Noise: Not so loud; on par with the Tango
Functions: 3 steady speeds; 17 (yes, 17) patterns
Other notes: No plastic core, so quite flexible; silky silicone; bulb is easy to grip
Price: $49.99
Product listing here

BMS Pillow Talk Racy (6.75/10 Power; $39.60)

Pillow Talk Racy is a bullet with a curved tip that I think is great clitorally—or you can insert it, making Racy a slim G-spot vibrator. Its Incremental Speed Control is amazing: I adore having full control over the speed range.

Pillow Talk Racy vs. Pillow Talk Sassy size - quiet, discreet vibrators
Racy vs. its cousin Pillow Talk Sassy, an all-time favorite.

The controls are different because there are no set steady or patterned settings: instead, you hold down the (cute) Swarovski crystal button to make the vibe increase in intensity. Take your finger off, and it stops at the vibration level you want. The Racy’s vibes are nice and rumbly, and pretty strong on high; just not as potent as the Blush Power Vibes, but:

Much silkier silicone. I like the feel of the vibe—especially the diamond patterns in the lower third—against my fingers, it’s easy to hang onto.

Overall, the Racy is the quietest small vibe here, and it’s very low-key vibration. That’s great for beginners and sensitive clits, though it gets moderately strong on the higher end of its adjustable speed range.

Rumble: From 10 to 8
Top power: 6.75/10
Noise: Quiet even on full power
Functions: Fully adjustable speed (“incremental control”); no preset speeds or patterns
Other notes: Silky-smooth silicone feels great; Swarovski crystal button; love the diamond pattern handle
Price: $39.60
Buy with discount here (applies when u Add to Cart)

Je Joue Bullets (6.5/10 Power)

Je Joue bullets are ultra-rumbly to start, and have a nice speed range: 5 intensities that feel sophisticated. This “luxury” vibe series has motors that compete with We-Vibe, Fun Factory, Lelo for sure, and other upscale brands — so the original Je Joue Bullet trio edged its way into this under-$50 guide on sale, and the motors are so rumbly to start, I had to keep these vibes in here:

  • Classic Bullet is a standard bullet shape, straightforward; for precise clitoral application. Includes a finger grip sleeve.
  • G-spot Bullet has a hooked tip, that’s compressable under its firm silicone coat.
  • Vita mini-wand bullet: Flexible head, clitoral cupping! Feels gentler.
  • Duet bullet: One side has smoothed stimulation bumps; the other 180 degrees is flat like a normal bullet vibrator.
  • Amour: A fluttery heart: see how it flaps here, it’s unique!
Je Joue G-Spot Rabbit tip squish
G-spot Bullet’s flexi-tip: Flexible, but still provides pressure. A middle road, if you will.

I personally prefer the Je Joue Vita bullet over the We-Vibe Tango X because the Je Joue is (1) easier to grip (a straight handle, vs. Tango’s short silicone nub at the end), (2) has smooth silicone all over for a more skin-like feel, vs. Tango’s super-slick plastic, and (3) has a flexible tip. The tip includes a soft layer under the silicone: it is forgiving, and pliable—for folks who don’t like hard clit pressure.

All 6 Je Joue bullets include the same motor and same vibration functions, so I’ll rank them jointly. The teal color is gorgeous in the originals: It looks bluer in direct sunlight, as seen above.

Rumble: From 9/10 to 5/10
Top power: 6.5/10
Noise: 32–42 decibels pressed against skin
Functions: 5 steady speeds; 6 patterns, each with 5 intensity levels
Other notes: Super-rumbly on the first 2 speeds; good speed range, with a gentle start. Easy to grip. Luxury packaging.
Price: From $39.99 to $52.80 discount sale / $65 each normally
Product listings here

My Best Bullet Vibrator Recommendations

Best bullet vibes

So which is the best bullet vibe? Well…it’s complicated. People are different, and different clits (and other erogenous zones!) need different levels of power and rumbliness! It’s really difficult for me to pick out only a few, tbh, because all these bullets are damn good for different purposes, and waterproof and rechargeable and body-safe—score.

Here are the vibes that I regularly recommend:

  1. Intense Travel Vibe Mini: Great strength for under $29: The Intense Travel Vibe starts stronger than numbers 2 thru 4 below, and ends more powerful than the We-Vibe Tango X! Best part: it’s a classic “bullet” shape so you can really focus pressure on the clitoris better with the tapered tip, while having enough length to grip onto too (vs. the Essential Bullet being much shorter). It’s a little “buzzy” / high-pitched starting on intensity #2, but not so, so buzzy like the Exposed Nocturnal Bullet (or Sensuelle Point Plus).
  2. BMS Essential Bullet: You want a good amount of power plus some rumble, and you want it cheap? This one’s your winner. The travel case is so helpful, too: helps me from losing this small toy.
  3. We-Vibe Tango X: Rumble, rumble. Get this if you want powerful vibes to the max plus firm, pinpoint stimulation. It’s popular for a reason!
  4. Pillow Talk Racy: My own favorite. Also great rumble, and even better adjustable speed range than Tango. (So many choices, I love it!) Flexible, not for hard pressure. Silky-smooth silicone. Only downside: short warranty.
  5. Blush Wellness / Limited Addiction Bullet: So incredibly strong for a small toy—also buzzier than the Tango overall and the Ultra Bullet, but if you like the most power, this vibe is it. I’d also suggest you consider the almost-as-strong Sparkling Darling, though, since that Satisfyer vibe has easier control buttons and a better warranty.

Let the vibration explorations begin!


NOTES

  1. Corded wands are a different story: those need all the power that your wall outlet can give them, to give you the most OH HELL YEAH sensations.
  2. Just don’t use it anally, no flared base.
  3. I recently read this ridiculous term for the clit in Satisfyer’s ad copy—writing so bad I refuse to link to it—for the new Power Flower flippy-tipped vibe, an obvious knock-off of the Fun Factory Volta.

27 thoughts on “Affordable Bullet Vibrator Guide: Strong, Rechargeable Options vs. We-Vibe Tango”

  1. Great breakdown here.

    The only one of these I have is the Tango, and I like but don’t love it. I like a lot of pressure, and the angle of the tip cuts into me. i suppose I am just not a bullet type, really.

    I personally am not a fan of highest-setting-first because I will invariably wind up using it for a while than wanting something more. It’s rare enough that I never remember when toys work like this. Same for single-click-turns-off-the-toy types. I have a wand that works like that. You press and hole to increase intensity. I actually like it, but it’s unusual, so I forget and turn it off all the time. Wah!

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  2. Every time *I* pick up a Tango, it just feels like straight-up buzz. (However, I have messed-up hands and although Internet tests are inherently flawed diagnostic tools, my “sensory and motor issues” score is basically off-the-charts levels of neurodivergent. In other words, as any reviewer worth their site rent would tell you, nothing works for every body.)

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  3. Hey there! I just wanted to let you know how much i appreciate this guide. I’m still in the market for a vibrator that suits me and this guide helps so much for having something to come back to.

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  4. Thank you SO MUCH for these reviews! I was scouring the internet for a rechargeable bullet vibe and your “rumbly rating” told me exactly what I needed to know. Thank you for your service to humanity.

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    • No, definitely not! The Sassy is rumblier, has fully adjustable speed, and is shaped a lot differently. I much prefer it, though I know some people will be drawn to the Essential Bullet’s smaller size.

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  5. Hello, thanks for the guide! Does it still hold after 2+ years, or do you have other vibes to recommend now?
    Also, I have another question, because I’m not set in getting a bullet.. Would you suggest getting the Tango or a full vibrator like the fun factory ones? I can’t afford both, so I was thinking of getting either the pleasure-mate-combo(Tango, glow & dusk), or something like the ff tiger. They both cost about the same near me now.. How would you say they compare in terms of power and rumbling factor? I couldn’t find a comparison of the best bullet vs various other vibes..
    I already have the satisfyer Mr rabbit and I’m not thrilled with its power etc, and the satisfyer 1 next gen also didn’t do it for me. So I was thinking of investing a little more this time..
    Thanks again ~

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    • The Tango still definitely tops for rumbliness! I updated this guide a bit in 2019 for the BMS Essential Bullet’s power-for-price, but it’s not as impressive as Tango. I am fairly impressed with the Hot Octopuss Amo, over the last year, in terms of vibration quality. I just feel its shape is slightly odd compared to a standard bullet—it’s harder to grip and apply pressure.

      If you are willing to go over $50 (everything in this guide besides Tango is under it), the Je Joue G-Spot Bullet has rumbly vibes that remind me of Fun Factory ones. The Je Joue bullets are a lot smaller than the Tiger G5, for sure.

      Yeah, Satisfyer vibrators are generally so buzzy, I feel you there.

      I’ve owned Glow and Dusk with Tango, and I felt they were really small for the price. It may also be that I wanted their silicone to be softer.

      With Tiger vs. Tango, it does just depend on how large you want the toy to be, and whether you want it to be insertable-optional. I’ve heard of people inserting Tango, but it is pretty slim. And not curved.

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  6. I’m looking to buy myself a bullet vibrator to replace my current vibrator that I believe may be on its last legs. For someone with bottom growth (and thus, less sensitivity there), would you recommend the BMS Essential or the Blush Nocturnal more? I don’t really have a good frame of reference for what buzzy vs rumbly means, but I usually need pretty high power to get off due to the aforementioned low sensitivity. (P.S. I don’t remember if you were the one who recommended the sliquid sassy lube, but I love it!)

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    • Hmm. I think I’m going to recommend 2 bullets, and if you don’t like the cheaper one, you can upgrade to the rumblier Tango:

      • Satisfyer Sparkling Darling: as strong as the BMS Essential, doesn’t numb the fingers as much as Blush Nocturnal. High-pitched (fairly buzzy), but again, strong and great price at $25. Also has a wide tip if you’re wanting more coverage. BETTER WARRANTY than BMS or Blush.
      • Tango X by We-Vibe, because it’s pretty darn stimulating. Worth upgrading to rumbly vibes if the Satisfyer isn’t doing it for you.

      Yeah, Sliquid Sassy is great! I’m digging Simply Aqua Jelle (by Wicked) a lot now as a replacement too, since Sliquid was having availability crises for a bit last year.

      Hope this helps!!!

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  7. I saw your recommendation for the Luxe Electra on a reddit post. You said you like it because you have a sensitive clitoris, but here you describe its power. Do you think it’s the best vibe for a sensitive clit?

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    • Hi! I think the Pillow Talk Flirty and then the Racy are better for folks who are sensitive to the point of wanting to avoid strength and a slight buzz in their vibe. The Pillow Talk vibes start gentler for sure, and they’re quieter. It is possible to be sensitive in that you feel sensation very acutely, but you also like to power up to more intense settings (especially after a gentler warmup). I generally like to recommend vibrators that do have a bigger difference between low and high intensities (a fuller speed range!) for that reason. The Luxe Electra’s range isn’t awful, but it’s not exceptionally good either.

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  8. Hey there, thank you for all your phenomenal reviews! I have a maybe unusual question – do you know of any vibrators that are really low-frequency, super slow so you can feel each pulse, and rumbly (but not necessarily powerful)?

    For context: I used to have the Luxe Princess, which was pretty good at the lowest setting. But the best thing I ever felt from it was when the motor was dying, and it got so slow that it changed from a consistent ‘rrrrr’ vibration to a low-pitched ‘woob-woob-woob’ vibration. I could feel it moving side to side as the motor spun around. It was amazing until a few minutes later when it completely died, lol. If I could have that as a setting, I’d be happy as a clam.

    A little more about my vibe experiences: the first vibrator I ever liked was a calexotics corded bullet; I was disappointed by the We-Vibe Touch feeling both too powerful and not resonant enough; I have a Le Wand that can be nice on the pulsing settings with indirect stimulation, but is so far too much power for me to come with.

    I’m willing to go over $50 for the subwoofer / dubstep / low frequency vibe of my dreams, if such a beastie exists!

    Thank you so much in advance!

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    • Hi! I think the Je Joue bullets’ 1st and maybe 2nd speeds (out of 5 total steady speeds) are the best bet. Those vibes have this unique pulsing kind of feel where you really can distinguish the “space” between the vibe motor’s rotations if you’re looking for that.

      I have the G-Spot Bullet and the Rabbit Bullet, and I know the Classic Bullet shares the same motor. The difference between the Classic vs. the G-spot bullet (which is slimmer than the NS Luxe bullets) is that

      • The Classic bullet is all a firm body under the thin layer of silicone;
      • whereas the G-Spot Bullet has like a padded separation in the curved tip that mutes the… immediacy of the vibration. So it’s slightly muffled.

      I’d guess you’d enjoy that buffer in the G-spot Bullet, since you were using the lowest speed of the Luxe Princess.

      All of the Je Joue vibes are super-rumbly on the lower speeds, & start getting higher-frequency on speed 3, with a bit of buzz by high power (speed #5).

      Hope that helps!

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      • Felicity, you’re brilliant! Thank you again!

        I ended up getting the Je Joue rabbit bullet vibe and tried it out tonight – it felt fantastic and I came in like 10 minutes (incredibly fast for me).

        Those finger-like rabbit ears poking all the places wanting to be poked… the perfect thud-thud-thud of the motor on speeds 1 and 2… yummy! My orgasm was more spaced out than it usually is (just like the vibrator, longer between pulses than typical). I even had an orgasm pulse towards the end from pressing the rabbit ears into the side of my labia rather than my clit!

        Thanks again for giving me awesome joy! Now I gotta decide if I’m going to get the Naked Addiction Freak to use with it… 😉

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  9. Could you please tell me what are the best bullets for putting inside silicone dildos as of 2022? The last time I bought one for this purpose I got a BMS Essential Bullet which is still alive and well but I’ve been considering an upgrade for awhile now. I misremembered you suggesting the Nu Sensuelle for some reason and it seems like the Nocturne was best besides Tango X but of course now the Nocturne has become the Wellness. I also can’t trust myself to read things correctly apparently lol. Sorry if the answer should be obvious. 🙂

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    • Hi! Which dildo with hole do you have? The hole size varies a little between dildos, so I can give better recommendations for a bullet if I know.

      The Exposed Noctural / Wellness Power Vibe / Realm Silver Bullet is too large for these holes across the board, though, it’s likely to tear silicone.

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      • Thank you! I knew it needed to be small but I didn’t think to compare all of the sizes, I was too focused on strength. Currently I have a rainbow Jollet by LuzArte (though I don’t use it much because the super cute rainbow bag it came with got glitter all over it and I could never entirely wash that off) plus Nathan 1X and Steve 2X. I’ve also been eyeing the Cute Little Fuckers line for a while now and I intend to buy at least one. I expect the two SquarePegToys have slightly bigger holes, since they work with Vac-U-Loc, although they really didn’t want to give up the BMS Essential Bullet even with lube so probably not that much bigger in retrospect. 😅

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  10. Thank you for this guide!

    I apologize if I am just somehow misunderstanding what you are saying in the quote below, but is the motor in the Blush Wellness and Addiction series the same as was in the Nocturnal or as was in the Realm? I have the Nocturnal and Realm and definitely feel a difference in the two (holding the Realm doesn’t numb my fingers as much as Nocturnal).

    Quote being referenced: “2022 Update: The Exposed Bullet has been replaced by the same-shaped Wellness Power Vibe (purple) and the Limited Addiction Power Vibes (6 vibrant colors). The Wellness & Realm Bullets are even a notch more powerful than the Exposed, but their first speed is slightly lower-powered and slightly rumblier (≈10 Hz lower-frequency). Still, both the Wellness bullet & Realm Bullet are high-pitch vibes that I would not classify as rumbly, ”

    Thanks!

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    • Hi! The Exposed Nocturnal Bullet doesn’t exist anymore, but its form and a very similar but not exactly the same motor are in the Limited Addiction Bullet and the Wellness Power Vibe, which share the same motor described in that paragraph. Perhaps it’s the slightly lower frequency in this newer-model motor that makes your fingers less numbed after use.

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