The Cupid Kiss is marketed as a g-spot toy, but its subtly curved tip and modest size make it an effective clitoral vibe as well. Those new to g-spot vibes can get a nice start with the soft and flexible tip, and the 8 vibration settings give a novice plenty to explore while ensuring veteran vibe users won’t get bored.
A true multi-tasker, the Cupid Kiss works for just about anything and everything except anal play because there’s no flange or flared base. The Cupid Kiss is made from phthalate-free TPR, and it’s very soft. Especially at the curved tip, where the material feels quite squishy.
The surface is smooth with tiered ridges along the front of the vibe. Whether inserted or used externally, these add nice variation and definitely enhance to the stimulation. Plus, there is always the option of turning the vibe around and using the smooth side.
While body-safe, TPR is a material that typically adds some contact friction and picks up lint. Unfortunately, the Cupid Kiss is no exception. The only smell I can detect is a light, fake fruity smell (like flavored lip balm), but that’s only when I stick my nose right up against the toy and take a deep whiff.
I really like the design of this vibe, especially the texture variation of the ridges and the rounded tip, which is great for more targeted stimulation. The tip is also very yielding, though. So that’s something to keep in mind as many women prefer firm pressure for g-spot stimulation.
Cupid measures 7 3/4 inches in length, only 6 of which are insertable, with a diameter of 1 3/4 inches, so it’s not the least bit intimidating size-wise and perfect for beginner sex toy users. Plus it’s lightweight and and fits in nicely with partner play.
Now, for the fun part! Cupid has some really cool vibration settings. There’s a convenient single-button control on the bottom of the base, which is also the cap for the battery compartment (2 AAA’s if you’re wondering).Press it once to turn the vibe on, and it starts at the lowest continuous vibration setting. Pressing the button takes you to the next mode.
After the 3 speeds of constant vibration, there is a slow, low-to-medium intensity pulse pattern. It sounds a lot like a cat purring. The next pattern is stronger and shorter sharp pulses. The third pulse vibration is what I call “the jackhammer” with rapid intense pulses. Then you get the fastest continual vibration setting, which I dubbed “the lawnmower” because that’s what I think it sounds like. The final mode cycles through the combination of all seven previous settings. Then another press of the button turns the vibe off.
I know the motor is located somewhere along the shaft, but the vibration travels nicely to the tip. This toy isn’t loud, but as to be expected its noise level increases while running at the more intense speeds.
Since this is a lint picker-upper, try storing it where it won’t be exposed to bits of fluff or pet hair. Other than that, it’s low-maintenance and easily cleaned with soap and warm water or your favorite toy cleaner.
I keep mine in its original packaging, which consists of a molded plastic insert and windowed box (not the most discreet). Information about the toy is printed on the back of the box, along with a helpful chart of the vibration patterns.