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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Welcome to the Cone Zone

Conehandpink I've had my Cone for weeks and am just now getting around to writing about it — I guess you could say I've been sitting on this one. With over 16 pulsating speeds and more than a dozen ways to use the Cone, I needed ample research time.

At first glance, the Cone looks too gimmicky — I thought the Cone's maker, Twisted Products, was out to make a fast buck with its snappy packaging, smart marketing and unorthodox shape (it looks more like a piece of modern coffee table art than a sex toy). Boy, I was wrong — the Cone turned out to be one sexy surprise. The idea is pretty basic: With it's rounded pyramid shape, one has a lot of vibrating surface area to grind on — enough that women can enjoy both outer-vaginal and clitoral stimulation at the same time.

The best thing about the Cone is its flat base — you can set it on any level surface for a hands-free masturbatory experience (so much better than having to hold a traditional vibrator or fumble around with a suction cup dildo). I find this feature particularly pleasing for viewing porn online — no more one-handed navigating. I was able to click all over my favorite site without interruption, which led to a quicker, more satisfying orgasm. Plus, hands free means it's a great choice for couples. If you're the type who can walk and chew gum at the same time, I suggest crouching on the Cone while your hands are busy on your partner.

Maeveconepeople Only a few gripes about the Cone — having 16 speeds is nice, but I find it too easy to accidentally hit the button and switch to a less-desirable setting, leaving no choice but to flip through all 16 to get back to my favorite pulse. Bummer. Also, the Cone isn't waterproof (but I hear Twisted Products is working on an Aqua-Seal to sell as an add-on). Oh, and watch out for that pointy tip — I got a little too excited and had a less-than-stimulating clitoral run-in with that spiky bugger!

Overall, I say the Cone is worth the shipping and handling. You can get a Cone of your own at Even my gay male friends were curious to try the Cone on their bums and taints. Regretfully, I haven't tried the Cone out on any of my male playmates. Volunteers?


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