Paloqueth Vibrator Review

The world of sex toys keeps knocking on my door. I’m unsure why seeing as I tend to make fun of their toys viciously, but who am I to deny the people their sex toy reviews? Paloqueth recently reached out to me to review their products. I did so for free, mostly so that I can give you all a brutally honest review as always. Unfortunately, they sent me another damn sucky-vibrating toy. If you haven’t read my other reviews on this type of toy you can check out my review of Satisfyer vibrators.

Paloqueth as a brand was completely unknown to me and appears to have popped up in the market in the last few years. The toy I’m reviewing is Sonic Sucking Vibrator. Yes, that is what it’s called. Now let’s move on with the basics…

Toy Type: Clitoral stimulation, handheld, suction

For Who: People with a clitoris (or I guess nipples if you’re feeling weird and adventurous)

Materials: Silicone

Design: Looks like a lil Yoshi eggplant thing

Intensity: Starts at “holy-shit-balls” and then has all those other patterns that no one ever uses

Cool Features: Waterproof, fancy carrying bag

First Impressions

Due to the relative unknown reputation of the brand I was unsure what to expect. The company asked me to link to Amazon for their sales. I explained politely why I do not endorse Amazon for sex toys and they were understanding. However, I do see that the entirety of their shipping is done through Amazon.

The packaging is nice. Posh even. I was pleasantly surprised by the beautiful box. The packaging is nice enough to continue re-using for the toy and also includes a small carrying bag for the toy. As a design-focused person, I appreciated that the box was something I could use for storage instead of something that just ends up in the trash.

Paloqueth Sucking Vibrator toy

Compared to the Satisfyer the entire body of the toy is silicone. Satisfyer toys have some plastic elements. The all-silicone body makes a more aesthetically pleasing and physically pleasing toy compared to the Satisfyer. Although it still looks like a weird eggplant, it is considerably less ugly than some of the other suction-style toys.

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The likeness is uncanny

 My Experience

I have already talked about my thoughts about the suction style toys in my previous reviews. Suction-type toys are hands-off, intense sensations that are exclusively focused on clitoral or other area-specific stimulation. Not for everyone, but perhaps great for people who don’t like to touch their genitals much or are movement impaired. I personally wouldn’t use them regularly as I have a preference for more generalized/large area vibration (ahem, hitachis).

After fumbling with the strange button situation on the toy (a power button and a heart-eyes emoji, which is still a mystery to me). I was surprised at the vigor this little eggplant has. The toy is pretty loud for its size, but not unpleasant sounding. And holy shit is this toy intense and strong. If you’re looking to go from zero to one hundred in only a few seconds, and be grabbing at everything around you while trying not to lift off, then this toy is for you. The lowest setting was surprisingly high, and while it was effective, I like to spend more than 30 seconds masturbating. If you’re lazy and want to spend as little time as possible flicking the bean, then you would love the effectiveness of this toy.

I found the ergonomics of the toy pretty nice aside from the weird buttons. The silicone “mouth” of the toy is much more accommodating and soft than the Satisfyer toys. It was easier to situate my junk and felt pretty intuitive.

TLDR; The Verdict

Form and function, the Paloqueth Sonic Vibrator is the best execution of the “oral sex” toy that I have tested. The design of the packaging is excellent as well. However, I cannot feel confident about the materials without having more information about the company I’m nervous about fully recommending the toys. The box listed that the toys are “FDA approved” at least by a logo, which interestingly enough, sex toys are not regulated in the USA or Europe. I wasn’t aware that the FDA approved any sex toys however it is possible. I also stand by my recommendation that Amazon is not the best place for toys to be sold.

All in all the brand is a bit of an enigma. I haven’t heard of them, they are produced in China, yet the product appears to be quite high quality. I’m curious to hear more about this brand in the future.

Where to Buy It: Paloqueth’s Website for $29.99

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