Butterfly Kiss Vibrator Review

Disclaimer: This post is adult in nature and therefore only intended for a mature audience.


Butterfly Kiss vibrator I have read seemingly countless reviews of the Butterfly Kiss vibrator from a multitude of different reviewers with different sex toy preferences. I have researched, watched video reviews, read lengthy written reviews, and every time someone talks about the Butterfly Kiss vibrator, they have something very positive to say about it. When I had the opportunity to review this vibrator, thanks to the awesome folks over at Good Vibrations, I decided to give it a shot just because of all of the positive things I have heard about it. I officially believe all of the people who have written and said such amazing things about this toy are out of their minds.

I have never been so bored by a vibrator than I was by the Butterfly Kiss. It not only bored me, but I attempted to get myself very worked up with another toy and then use the Butterfly Kiss to see if I could get any pleasure out of it whatsoever and it actually turned me off. Every time I attempted to use this vibrator, it lasted a matter of minutes before it frustrated me so much that I couldn’t take it anymore and put it away.

The Butterfly Kiss vibrator is made of jelly and is 7 inches in total length with only 3 inches insertable length. Every single review I have seen of this vibrator, not to mention the product description of this toy, have mentioned how absolutely amazing this toy is for g-spot stimulation and I kind of feel cheated by the Vagina Gods for not blessing me with a g-spot located within the first three inches of my vagina. As I have mentioned before, mine is located very deep within me. Like, stick your entire finger in there and reach up and you just may be able to just graze the g-spot. Maybe. If you’re lucky. I need some serious length and 3 inches just isn’t going to do it. The jelly material makes this vibrator incredibly flexible and bendy, and is also kind of floppy.

I received the Butterfly Kiss in purple, although it’s looking more blue in the picture above. I assure you, however, it is very purple. If purple isn’t your thing, Good Vibrations also carries it in pink. The insertable tip of the vibrator is shaped very oddly. It is essentially a bulb that measures 1 1/4 inches in diameter and it tapers down into a much thinner shaft and then juts out to form the butterfly-shaped clitoral stimulator. Two very small antennas vibrator to provide stimulation to your clit and there are also two butterfly wings that vibrate against your labia. There are three speeds that you can cycle through by pushing one button at the very bottom of the vibrator. I can only think to describe the speeds as barely noticeable, semi-noticeable and noticeable but still not enough to provide you any real stimulation at all. Granted, it does take two AAA batteries, which are inserted at the very bottom of the vibrator by twisting off the plastic end, and I already know not to expect very much from a toy that takes AAA batteries. However, this was just ridiculously unnoticeable and boring and really, not enough to even get you worked up enough to want to stick it out. It just isn’t possible.

The product description on Good Vibrations’ website says that the Butterfly Kiss vibrator is waterproof and I’m inclined to believe them, but I don’t know how well it holds up by being submerged in water because I couldn’t deal with this vibrator long enough to even want to bring it to the tub with me.

I have not been so disappointed in a vibrator in a while. I’ve really disliked some vibrators, but this one just had me thinking “What could this possibly do for all of those people who have been raving about it for so long!?” After trying very hard to make this vibrator work for me, I’m inclined to believe that all of the women out there who have been saying nothing but great things about it are lying; I can’t think of any other excuse.

Jelly sex toys are pretty difficult to care for. They can melt if kept in humid areas and if they are kept unprotected with other toys, they can melt onto your other toys and ruin something you may actually like. Jelly cannot be sterilized or sanitized, so don’t share it. To clean, use warm water and toy cleaner or a very mild anti-bacterial soap. I usually let toys made out of sticky-like materials air dry because everything will stick to it and as soon as I see little hairs and fibers stuck to it, I need to clean it again and it just poses to be a vicious cycle, so air drying is good.

The Butterfly Kiss vibrator was a gigantic flop and I would not recommend it at all, to anyone. Even with its very inexpensive $18 price tag, I wouldn’t even recommend someone who is curious about it to pick it up and give it a try. I have no idea how the Butterfly Kiss vibrator has gotten so popular, but I firmly believe that this vibrator is so bad that it would even bore complete beginners. There are a ton of other, more-pleasurable and enticing toys out there in the same price range as the Butterfly Kiss.

Good Vibrations

Thanks to Good Vibrations for giving me the opportunity to review the Butterfly Kiss vibrator. Check them out to see all the other G-spot Vibrators they stock!

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About Holly

In addition to being the driving force behind Woman Tribune, Holly is a self-taught web designer, gamer, and wannabe baker living in NEPA with her fiance and 5 cats.

3 thoughts on “Butterfly Kiss Vibrator Review

  1. I also have tried it. I didn’t read any reviews before hand so had no big expectations, but I can say if I gave it a review it wouldn’t do so well.
    One time with that toy and it has not gotten a second chance.

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