Confession – I’ve been dying to try the Jopen Vr12 vibrator forever. Lusting after it in fact. When Adult Sensations offered to hook me up with my very own Jopen Vr12 to add to my personal collection, I couldn’t resist doing a happy dance around my bedroom/office.
I know what you’re probably thinking:
“Um, Simone – how could you possibly need another vibrator?”
It’s OK, I get it. At first glance the Jopen Vr12 looks like any other luxury rabbit vibrator. It’s made of 100% body-safe, silky smooth silicone, it’s rechargeable, water-resistant and is fully re-chargeable. As a dual action vibrator, it provides super powerful vibrations to stimulate both your c-spot and your g-spot – giving you powerful, deliciously toe-curling orgasms.
It does all of this, with a twist. Literally.
The Vr12 has a rotating shaft. Yes, I said rotating. The shaft portion of this toy turns in a circular motion.
When I was in Toronto this fall, I was hanging out with a bunch of friends and the conversation turned to the topic of sex as it usually does whenever we get together for drinks. I had recently attended the Toronto Everything to do with Sex Show. When my friends asked me about the show, I mentioned coming across the display for the Jopen Vr12 and how badly I wanted to try the toy. One of my guy friends responded:
“We’ve all read your blog. Don’t you have a bazillion vibrators already?! What makes this one different?”
When I mentioned to the group about the rotating head, the same friend gave me this nervous, panic stricken look not unlike this:
And blurted out: “What?! It rotates?! BUT THAT’S SOMETHING I CAN’T DO!”
I couldn’t argue with him. I haven’t met any men (yet) that can rotate their penis in perfect clockwise circles at the drop of a hat. This is where the Jopen Vr12 steps in. As you can see from the photo below, the toy has two vibrating motors – one in the clitoral arm of the toy and one at the base of the toy. The vibrations carry throughout the toy right up to the rotating tip.
The Vr12 also features two very easy to use control buttons – one for the shaft and one for the clitoral arm. Press the button once to turn the features on or off, and hold the button down to increase the intensity. I love how simple and easy to use the controls are on this toy. The last thing you want to worry about when you’re about to have an orgasm is “What button do I press again?!”
I also love that the toy comes with a totally chic, flower inspired charging port.
To give you an idea of how the toy works, here’s a video from the Jopen website. You can witness the rotating action at around the 20 second mark!
The combination of the rotating, g-spot stimulating head and the frantically buzzing clitoral stimulator was enough to really put me over the edge. Also, what I really loved about the Jopen Vr12 is it’s size and girth. I really enjoy a toy that’s a bit on the longer side, like the Lelo Soraya. As you can see from the photo above, the Jopen Vr12 is the longest and thickest toy in my collection. This works perfectly for me but some people may find it a bit on the large side. Beginners or those not used to larger toys may need to use a bit of lube with it.
Overall, I give the Jopen Vr12 two very big Skinny Dip thumbs up.
Now here’s the catch: The Jopen Vr12 retails at approximately $220. It’s by far the most expensive toy I’ve ever owned or reviewed. Is the toy awesome? YES. Does it give you killer orgasms? YES. Do I think it’s realistic for most of my readers to drop this kind of cash on a sex toy? Probably not. If I hadn’t received this for free, it would have been a stretch for my budget. When I compare it to my beloved Lelo Soraya, which is about $50 cheaper, it seems hard to justify the price of the Vr12 even though the toy does an awesome job. The price, I would say is the only downfall of the Jopen Vr12.
What do you guys think – would you spend over $200 on a vibrator?
The Jopen Vr12 was provided by me by Adult Sensations free of charge in exchange for honest assessment of the product. For more sex toys and lingerie, check out the Adult Sensations Website or visit their Canadian site here. All opinions are my own because that’s how I roll.