Sex Toy Review: Rock Chick
I was looking forward to getting my hands on a Rock Chick because they’ve had so much coverage in the press and looked a bit different.
The first thing I noticed is that it’s bigger than you’d expect (oo-er missus!) – for saying that it’s primary functions are to stimulate the clitoris and g-spot, there seemed an awful lot of girth. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not scary-looking, just thicker than I expected.
The Rock Chick is incredibly easy to use – on the first use just remove the battery cover from inside the bullet, screw the lid back on, press the button and you’re away! The button can be a tad annoying as if you don’t press it firmly enough it doesn’t switch on, not the best thing in a hurry! On the good side, though, it means it would be unlikely to be nudged whilst being transported and embarrassing you!
Despite its flexibility, I still found the toy uncomfortable during use. It’s girth was incredibly distracting and despite the fact the bullet is right next to the clitoris, the vibrations weren’t enough to tip me over the edge. In fact, it was rather a let down. Vibration queens won’t be impressed with this, and those lucky people that can squirt will find much better toys to stimulate their g-spot than the Rock Chick. Fail to see what all the fuss was about on this one…
As an aside, the bullet which powers the toy is excellent, despite the fact it takes those blasted ‘N’ batteries which don’t seem to last long, and are a pain to get hold of.
If you’re still curious, click here to get one for around £30.