Review: BMS Pillow Talk Sassy

The BMS Pillow Talk Sassy is tied with the Hot Octopuss Amo as my favorite vibrator for under $50. Yes, you read that right, this bad boy retails for $49.99. Gone are the days when you have to spend $80-$100+ on a good rechargeable vibrator. As someone living in poverty, that means a lot to me.

I don’t feel that the BMS Pillow Talk Sassy is lacking in any features. Not any that I use, anyway. It isn’t waterproof as far as I can tell by googling, but a splash is probably ok. It doesn’t have any patterns, which is absolutely fine with me. It doesn’t have speeds, instead, it has a one button variable speed. So you can just hold the button down until you reach the speed you want, and then release the button. You quickly press the same button to turn the thing off or on. Honestly I wish all vibrators came with this feature. It takes a little getting used to, but there’s no more furiously pushing the buttons to reach top speed either.

The vibrations of the BMS Pillow Talk Sassy are rumbly, deliciously so. There isn’t a hint of buzziness and the day I tested it, I had no trouble reaching orgasm quickly even though it was my third or fourth round that day. My clit loves this toy! I don’t use vibrators internally, but I love g spot vibrators for external use because it’s easier to lay on my back and reach around my belly with them. This vibrator is plenty strong, I think most people would be satisfied with it’s strength. It’s also versatile, people sensitive to vibrations will be satisfied too as it does start off gently.

The BMS Pillow Talk Sassy is made of silicone, so it’s absolutely safe to stick in or on your body (but don’t use it anally as there’s no flared base) . The shaft is slightly flexible at the neck, but not so much so that you can’t apply pressure.

If you want a beautiful toy with a multitude of uses, that is affordable, get a Sassy. I promise you will not be sorry. It also comes in Pink, if you prefer.

You can buy the BMS Pillow Talk Sassy from Betty’s Toy Box and She Vibe. Affiliate links are used in this post.

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Nonbinary femme-ish person. Latinx. Sex blogger. Poly. Photographer. Knitter. Makeup Artist. Bird & cat person. Converting to Judaism. Dominant Bottom. Fat. Trekkie. Tori Amos fanatic. Singer & songwriter. Disability Activist. Invisibly disabled: chronic pain patient with mental illness. Pansexual with a strong preference for women, cis or trans. They/them.

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