Apr 192015
 

Infiniti from Nomi Tang

Pros:
– Rechargeable
– Independent controls
– Body safe materials
– Waterproof
– Locking feature
– Powerful/quiet
Cons:
– Raised silicone (company name) on shaft
– Only available in one color
– Anatomy specific
Overall:

4star

Infiniti - full image

-About Infiniti-

Infiniti from Nomi Tang is a dual stimulating vibrator.  Commonly referred to as a rabbit, this vibe was designed to pleasure both internal and external pleasure areas at the same time.  You could accomplish the same effect using two separate products, but that requires the use of two hands; making it impossible to explore other areas of your (or your partner’s) body.  How it works with your body will depend entirely on your anatomy, which is the drawback of vibrators like this.  Fortunately, there’s some flexibility in this one, so it should work for a wider range of users than some competitors.

The Infiniti features a silicone skin that covers the firm internal parts.  The only area that connects with your body is made from this body safe, non-porous, latex free, and phthalate free material.  It’s easy to clean with soap and water, but can also be sterilized if you want to use it Infiniti - showing raised silicone on shaftanally and vaginally, or if you share with someone.  You can’t boil or place the vibrator in the dishwasher, but you can certainly clean it with a 10% bleach solution.  Because it’s made from silicone, it’s best to stick with a water-based lubricant since other types could cause the surface to degrade.

Infiniti - showing shaft flexibilityThe surface of the silicone is smooth, but does create a dragging sensation without the addition of lube.  It also picks up small particles and lint, so it’s necessary to clean the vibrator before and after use.  The design doesn’t include any texture meant for stimulation, but it does have the name of the company in raised silicone on the shaft of the product.  This will require some extra attention when cleaning, but it’s not felt during use.

Since the silicone only makes up the skin of the vibrator, you won’t find any squish or give to the surface.  That being said, the shaft has some flexibility.  This allows for some wiggle room with the way it lines up with your body, though it might not be right for those that require a lot of G-spot or prostate pressure.

The size of the vibrator will work really well for some, and will fail miserably for others.  The size in general is far from intimidating, and I think the design is far more aesthetically pleasing than most dual stimulating products.  However, the length of the shaft and/or arm may not work well for everyone.  If you have a shallow G-spot, the shaft may be too long to reach the desired area when lined up with the clitoris.  The overall length is 8″, the arm is 1 1/4″ and the shaft has an inserable length of 5 1/2″.  The thickest area of the vibe is the end of the shaft which is 4 1/2″ in circumference, but narrows to 2 3/4″.  It’s suitable if you’re used to penetration, but might be a little large for someone totally new.

Infiniti - size comparison to hand

Infiniti - chargingThe Infiniti arrives with a partial charge, but should be plugged in using the included USB cable before use.  The charger pushes through a small hole in the back of the silicone.  When the vibrator is charging, a red light glows behind one of the buttons.  Once the charge is complete, the light turns off, showing you it’s ready for use.

Infiniti - independently controlled buttonsThere are two buttons on the base that independently control the vibrations to both the shaft and arm.  To unlock the buttons, you have to press and hold them both at the same time until they both light up.  To lock the product for travel or storage, you would perform the same action.  Once unlocked, you can then power on the vibrations.  With the vibrator facing you (as though you’re about to insert it, opposite of the photo to the right), the bottom button controls the shaft, and the top controls the arm.  To turn on either, you press and hold (the individual button) until the vibrations start.  To change the setting, you press again and will continue to cycle through them.  When you’re finished (or want to turn off just one motor), you press and hold each button until the power ceases, or press them both at the same time to completely turn it off.

There are five vibration settings for each: Low, Medium, High, Pulse, and a patterned Pulse.  You can mix and match the two, using the Pulse pattern on the arm and the High setting on the shaft, for example.  There are a lot of different combinations since the two motors are independent of each other.  Behind each button, the red light will glow, reflecting the setting you’re on.  The light will glow dimly on the lower settings, brighter on the higher ones, and will pulse in time on the patterned settings.

The intensity of the vibrations is surprisingly good.  It’s powerful and wonderfully rumbly.  Whether you’re more sensitive or require a lot of power to get off, there’s a setting that should work for you.  Even with the intensity, the sound level is very modest.  You wouldn’t be able to hear the vibrator being used through a closed door, which is certainly appreciated if you have roommates or children.

The Infiniti comes in an attractive white box inside a thin cardboard sleeve.  The sleeve features the key points about the product; tastefully, but not discreet.  The sleeve can be disposed of, and the contents of the box becomes less obvious.  The vibrator is resting in foam covered by a silky white fabric along with the charger and instruction booklet.  It looks upscale at first, but the fabric started pulling away from the foam after removing and replacing the vibrator a few times.  It would have been nice to see a pouch included rather than taking the time to make a seemingly attractive box.  The package is a little larger than necessary to store the vibrator, so you can dispose (or re-purpose it) of it if you have another storage option available.

Infiniti - packaging

-My Thoughts-

I haven’t had a lot of luck with dual stimulating products in the past.  Often times they’re either not powerful enough, or they fall short of reaching my high clit.  When I saw the Infiniti, I was intrigued, but didn’t think the arm would work well for me.  I figured it would at least stimulate my labia, so it was worth trying out.

When I first turned on the vibe I was impressed immediately with the power.  Having never used anything from Nomi Tang before, I wasn’t sure whether their vibrations would be suitable for my preferences or not.  Turing the toy over in my hands, I was surprised to find that the shaft was so flexible.  I don’t always like a lot of pressure against my G-spot, so this was a positive discovery for me.

The first time I used the vibrator I was surprised to find it lined up better with my anatomy than I was expecting.  The end of the shaft overshot my G-spot, but I was able to position the arm against my clit without much effort (the flexibility played a nice part in that, while remaining comfortable).  Though the end was deeper in my vagina that I typically prefer, I found the vibrations traveled really well throughout the shaft, which was very stimulating in an indirect way.

The loop at the end of the vibe wasn’t quite large enough to accommodate two of my fingers, but it was still comfortable in my hand.  It would have been better for me had it been a little larger, but certainly nothing to seriously complain about.

Overall, I must say this is one of the better dual stimulating products I’ve used.  It’s powerful, independently controlled, rechargeable, body safe, and worked pretty well with my anatomy.  It’s one I’ve already found myself reaching for when I want to get off, which is really saying something!

You can purchase your own Infiniti from the Nomi Tang directly from their website (found here).

Infiniti was provided to me free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review.  This is in compliance with FTC guidelines.

  One Response to “Review: Infiniti from Nomi Tang”

  1. Now this is pretty neat and something that I would not mind trying out. It sucks when you can’t get them to line up with your anatomy.

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