Ice Cream Cone Vibrator – Cute Satisfyer Vibrator Ice Cream Shaped

As someone who spends a LOT of time looking at sex toys, it takes a LOT for my wacky-cute radar to go off (and when it does, it’s usually for something crazy-amazing, like this giant wedding ring shaped cock ring). It’s been a while since I’ve seen something cute enough to make me think about it for a few days, but this ice cream cone toy is it. Yep, feast your eyes on the Satisfyer Sweet Treat “Spinnator”

Isn’t it so cute?

No word on how good the thing is as a sex toy, but considering it’s $40, made by Satisfyer (which rarely disappoints), and is so adorably twee in its ice cream cone design, I’m willing to test the waters.

Satisfyer is normally known for their affordable suction vibes (which they started out with), but they’ve recently gone into other traditional vibrator designs through their Layons collection and more. The ice cream cone toy is part of a new design of sex toys from them, dubbed “Spinnators” — that don’t vibrate or suck, but instead spin. The “ice cream” portion of the toy is made of soft silicone fins that feature ten rotation patterns, is waterproof, and rechargeable. There’s also a ridiculous 15-year warranty on it, which is great I guess, but who’s really squared away enough to keep warranty info for 15 years?

One thing to keep in mind: you’ll def want to use some water-based lube with this lil’ guy for the best experience. Try a dollop on the actual toy and one on your own vulva as well. Remember to use water-based lube with this toy too, as silicone lubes can degrade silicone toys.

Anyways, I’m obsessed with this. I’m currently debating getting all three and just putting them on a bookshelf or something because they’re so damn cute.


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