A coworker put the Sensuelle Point from Novel Creations in my hand one day as soon as I arrived to work.
“This just came in, what do you think?” What I was thinking when she asked me this was quite frankly: Holy Shit, MINE! Instead I said, “Woah, this is powerful.” I thought she had it set on its highest speed, and pushing the button realized this was not the case. I began flooding her with questions, “How much is it? Where did it come from? Who makes this thing?”
It’s still kind of a strange mystery. But, the price, my dear friends, is oh so very right, coming in at around 60 bucks.
The initial sensation of holding the Point is that zingy, almost sharp, electric feeling that buzzy vibes have, but as I squeezed hard really to see if it was all buzz, I found it to be a rumbly little monster. I had to have it, and got one the same day. I’m glad I did. I am a power queen, and the Point holds up. I can orgasm from EVERY speed. There are 3 solid speeds, all of which are at nice, distinguishable intervals, and for the first time, I find myself actually wanting the first speed on a vibe, which never happens. The Point also has 17 different settings of patterns, pulsations, escalations, and other things which I’ve never seen before but can only describe as a flicker—-between buzzy and rumbly. There are so many, all of which are actually different, that I’m also positive there is something for everyone. I notoriously despise non-speed settings, and never use them. I did use them on the Point and can orgasm.
Honestly, its highest speed is all I’ve ever wanted from a rechargeable clit vibe.
The Point is operated with one button, that isn’t the easiest to press. On the one hand, this is a good thing, in that you run less risk of accidentally switching, on the other, I generally have to remove it from my clit to change it, which is slightly annoying. Scrolling through the endless setting is kind of a hassle, but does not, for me at least, outweigh the Point’s strengths: its power and variety.
Also, it’s cheapness. I work primarily with a working class client base, and struggle with recommending anything that might be more than a quarter of someone’s weekly paycheck. At suggested retail price of $59 bucks, I can definitely get down with the Point. It’s strong and cheap. Simple as that.
Now, I know that a lot of folks are attached to certain bullet vibes, namely the Tango and the Salsa from We-Vibe, neither of them really ever impressed me much to purchase or request one. I got the Touch because of its ergonomic design and shape. Now, because of this I have no way of cross referencing this little guy with the Tango or the Salsa. So I put it head to head with the We-Vibe Touch, and almost buzzed both my hands off.
While it’s not as if the Touch doesn’t compete, because Lord knows that it does, but its vibrations are more diffuse and it takes a while for it to do its job. The Point is simply more powerful. They are closest to each other in the first speed setting, but that is where they depart. The second setting on the Point is significantly stronger than the two highest settings on the Touch.
The Point is rechargeable and its base is a little wobbly, but not nearly as bad as it is with the Touch. The base is made of plastic, but holds it upright and I don’t have to worry as much about it accidentally misconnecting as often. It also looks kind of like a flower, which makes me happy. It’s charging light is rather bright though, and flashes between green and red while its charging. When I say bright, I mean that it looks like a mini-rave in my living room.
The Point falls somewhere in the middle when it comes to its noise level. It’s not whisper quiet. It’s also not like power sander. It is easily muffled with a blanket.
All in all, I think the Sensuelle Point is quite the contender.
- Non porous, ABS hard plastic
- Rechargeable, with a solid base that doesn’t suck too much
- Comes with storage (a white crinkly satin pouch)
- Super powerful
- Buzzy and Rumbly
- For the product, lower end of the price point
- I would recommend to: fellow power queens, folks looking for a strong rechargeable bullet that won’t break the bank
- Not to: folks who prefer gentler, less-overwhelming vibes
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