Rechargeable bullet vibrators are all the rage nowadays. Every big name maker is looking to challenge the Tango, which is good news for everyone because there absolutely need to be better ones out there. Je Joue made their line, Blush Novelties has their own, but today we’re talking about what Dame has done. They’ve thrown their hat into the ring with their Kip, and I’m here to tell you exactly how it measures up.

The Kip is different from other bullet vibrators in terms of shape and color. Rather than simply an angled tip, it features a beak like pointed tip and a slightly concave surface on the top. It also, to my surprise and delight, comes in a bright sunny yellow which was what motivated me to ask SheVibe to send it my way for review. Any sex toy that comes in a fun not-pink color is something I need to try. The Kip is also covered in a smooth and silky silicone, similar to the Je Joue bullet. The silicone is really quite nice, and I find myself just enjoying the feel of it in my hand when I’m using it.

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The Kip posed adorably on a painted background.

The battery life of the Kip is also pretty impressive. I’ve used it on and off for a month now and I haven’t needed to charge it and I didn’t notice any appreciable loss in power. If I did want to charge it, I’d hook it up to the slick magnetic contacts and then just leave it be for an hour or so before wandering back to hold it against my clit again. The buttons are also wonderful, and I’d like to personally thank the person who designed the Kip to be so easy to use and adjust without even looking. It’s much more modern than the one button interface that a lot of bullets used in the past and it makes me smile at how much thought Dame put into the Kip. Maybe they contacted all the picky reviewers and finally heard our prayer for better controls.

When in use, the Kip has five intensities which I like, and five patterns that I care nothing for. I appreciate that Dame gave me more than three settings to choose from, it seems like they’ve gotten the message that consumers are starting to expect more from sex toys. The first two speeds of the vibrator are gentle, so gentle that I felt like they were more for teasing than for actually making me orgasm. As such, I typically skip right to the third speed and crank it up to the highest when I’m about to orgasm. This, when paired with a decent dildo makes for a comfy masturbation experience. The Kip’s style of vibration is gently rumbly, and there’s not even a whisper of buzz on even the highest setting. The strength is sufficient and it gets me off easily. The Kip is like coming home to your partner who’s already ordered you your favorite delivery, poured you a glass of wine and put on your favorite Netflix binge. The Kip is perfectly simple, sweet and well executed.

Where I might fault the Kip is on it’s price. It’s $85, which isn’t bad compared to a lot of other rechargeable vibrators. But unfortunately, the Kip is more expensive than both the Tango and the Je Joue Classic bullet, both of which I would rank as slightly more powerful and less expensive. I can forgive the price when I think about how well designed this toy is, but if power and price are all that matter to you, then I’d recommend the Je Joue Classic Bullet.

The Kip is a polished and well thought out toy. It’s controls make sense, it’s pleasurable without being overwhelming and it has an adorable aesthetic. If these are the things that matter to you, then go ahead and get the Kip from SheVibe. If you’re looking for something easier on the wallet, I suggest you check out these more budget friendly vibrators.

This toy was provided to me free of charge in exchange for my honest review. Thanks SheVibe!

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