While I love internal vibration, it’s clitoral stimulation that gets me to orgasm the easiest. I’ve tried quite a few clitoral toys and I love variety, so I’m always looking to try another one. The BonBon looked intriguing, so I requested it to review from Babeland.com .
BonBon is a cute clitoral stimulator from Natural Contours. It comes in a small box with the vibrator visible through the front. The sheer plastic lid slides off to reveal the BonBon, an instruction pamphlet in multiple languages, drawstring storage pouch, and 2 AAA batteries so you can try it out right away.
BonBon is tiny. It’s just 3” long (measured on the upper curve) and just a bit over 1/2" thick at its thickest point. It’s 2” wide at its base, with a slim 1/4" wide tip for pinpoint stimulation. The shape reminds me of the curved Ouija board dial.
The BonBon is brown, and looks a bit like a piece of chocolate (in fact, the pamphlet calls this “better than chocolate”, but it doesn’t smell like anything at all. The curve allows the BonBon to sit on your pubic bone for pinpoint clitoral stimulation. While this toy can also be used on other areas of the body like the shoulders or man’s perineum, it should never be inserted vaginally or anally.
BonBon. The slide-out piece is firmly seated and can be a bit hard to open. Once it’s off 2 AAA batteries can be inserted. The position isn’t indicated on the toy, only in the pamphlet. The one on the bottom goes + side up, while the other goes in the opposite way.
BonBon only has one button on its top, which cycles through 4 settings:
- high, steady vibration
- medium, steady vibration
- low, steady vibration
- medium pulse pattern
A final push will turn the BonBon off. The vibrations are moderately strong and fairly quiet.
The BonBon is made of ABS plastic, so it’s phthalates-free, latex-free, nonporous, and hypoallergenic. It’s easy to clean with a damp washcloth and antibacterial soap. It is water resistant, but it shouldn’t be submerged while cleaning, nor used in the shower or bath. It should be stored in the provided storage bag when not in use. Both silicone and water-based lubricants are safe to use.
So, Does it Work? The BonBon is pretty fun. While it’s small, it isn’t hard to hold on to during use. The pamphlet suggests that it can be used inside a pair of panties, and indeed it can, but unless they’re really tight it doesn’t stay in place well. It’s too small to really use anywhere else on the body, but clitorally it’s easier to hang on to than a bullet. The vibrations are felt pretty uniformly all over, but they didn’t make my hand numb due to their moderate intensity. . It did work well during foreplay as a warm up, but for solo play I needed some internal stimulation as well to orgasm – it wasn’t quite strong enough to do it alone. At least for the first one.
I do think the order of the vibration patterns is interesting, and actually makes sense if you’re going for multiple orgasms. I find that I’m always super sensitive after the first one and a lower intensity can take me over the top easily at that point.
The pulse pattern was finicky on mine. The first time I tried it, it pulsed 3 times and then quit. I thought it was a 3 and then off pattern, but it never came back on. The second time I tried it, I got 7 pulses before it stopped. At that point, I figured out that the angle I was holding it at was having problems. When I had it level, either side up, it kept pulsing. If I tilted it, it would stop. When I took it level again it would continue its pulsing.
This happened about 5 times, and then my BonBon behaved and pulsed away no matter what angle I had it at. It’s continued to pulse on the setting now with no repeat of this behavior.
Thank you to Babeland for sending this to me for free to review! If you like a moderate intensity clitoral stimulator and would like to try a BonBon of your own, you can get yours at Babeland.com .
This product was provided to me for free by Babeland.com in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.