Review We-Vibe Melt: Relax in a pool of pleasure

We-Vibe Melt Review

Price: $$ (low to mid-range) 

Features:  

  • Pleasure Air Tech 
  • 100% Waterproof
  • Couple-friendly
  • We-Connect App enabled
  • Whisper quiet
  • USB– rechargeable 

What We-Vibe Say:

The only Pleasure Air™ stimulator designed for coupleswith pulsating waves and gentle suction that feel unlike anything else 

What We Think:

As the first We-Vibe toy to feature the unique suction of Pleasure Air, Melt is, simply put, a game-changer. First off, the Melt announces its presence with slick, bright packaging that looks good enough for an Instagram flat lay. Inside you’ll find a USB charger, travel bag and some handy instructions for your new toy. 

Rather than the standard plastic finish most toys use, the Melt features body-safe silicone which offers a more secure grip for your hand. The result is a toy that’s easier to maneuver and won’t slip out of position during playtime. 

Now the Important Stuff

As We-Vibe’s first toy to integrate Womanizer’s Pleasure Air Technology, the Melt represents a marriage of the best of what both brands has to offer. We-Vibe’s fresh colorways and slick design? Check! Womanizer’s game-changing clitoral suction? Check and check! 

Of course, it wouldn’t be a We-Vibe original if it wasn’t also suitable for couple’s play, and the Melt is definitely slim enough and carefully curved so that it fits nicely between you and your potential partner. The simplified buttons on the outer curve also means that your partner can change the settings just as easily as you can – without any circus-style contortions. 

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Tegwen is a full-time freelance writer and part-time podcast superfan. She works on projects in everything from tech to sexual politics – but secretly dreams of the day she’s asked to write a book about all of her Harry Potter conspiracy theories.