BeanFiddler: Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Review

Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Review Book Cover Revel Body Sonic Vibrator Review
BeanFiddler
Vibrator
August 21, 2013

If you have ever used a crappy, cheapo vibrator you know how this kind of motor feels. The vibration is all over the place, so it makes your hand buzzy, which eventually become uncomfortable or even painful. You can control the power to a degree, but the vibrations are usually high-pitched and buzzy, and they are loud. They sound like you’re using power tools in the bedroom.

Nowadays, there are many options when it comes to vibrators, and some companies have developed much better motors with vibrations that have a deeper frequency. They have learned how to make these motors smaller, how to place them inside the toy to better direct the vibrations, how to create more discrete levels of intensity and even patterns. They have even been able to make them quieter and last longer. However, most of the highest end vibrators are still using rotary motors.

Enter Revel Body. Originally inspired by the technology behind sonic toothbrushes, like the Sonicare (which I own and have never used as a vibrator, but I can see the attraction), the people behind Revel Body decided to design a sex toy with a completely different motor, a linear motor. “Unlike rotary motors, linear motors produce vibration or force along their length and can be used to create high performance vibration. Linear motors operate by delivering magnetic pulses of alternating polarity to a magnetized reciprocating element.” – See more of what Revel Body has to say about linear motors here.

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