So Divine “Addicted” Vibrating Love Egg [AD]

Want to get your partner a Valentine’s Day gift that’s a little spicier than flowers or jewellery? Or perhaps you’re single this February 14th and are in the market for a treat for yourself? Well sex toy company So Divine have launched a fabulous new product! Read on for a review of the So Divine “Addicted” vibrating love egg.

so divine addicted vibrating love egg review

Who are So Divine?

I’ll admit- I’d never heard of So Divine before receiving this love egg, but they seem like a pretty cool sex toy brand. The brand was “born from [the] belief that sex toys should be fun for all: women, men, straight, gay, couples and singletons”, and want to celebrate “the arrival of a brighter future in which everyone can enjoy the pleasure of high-quality, satisfying sex toys”. Exciting stuff!

Their range contains a whole host of different kinds of adult toys, from massaging wands, to butt plugs, to their “Mendurance” range for men. Their products are attractive and brightly coloured. They’re a little pricer than average, but there are some cheaper bullet vibrators for those looking for a budget option. In addition to their own website, So Divine sex toys are available at Boots, Superdrug, Tesco and ASDA to bring pleasure to the masses.

so divine vibrating love egg review

So Divine “Addicted” Vibrating Love Egg

The So Divine “Addicted” vibrating love egg arrived in a beautiful box filled with straw (see above photo) along with a personalised note. Once you remove the cardboard slip, the box the egg is packaged in is made from fancy white card with the logo embossed on the cover; it looks classy.

When I opened the box, the first thing that struck me was the size of the egg. I’d been expecting it to be bigger, but it’s actually quite small, making it perfect for those less experienced. When I took it out of the box I also noticed the quality- this isn’t something you’d use then bin in a few week’s time.

so divine love egg review

The So Divine “Addicted” vibrating love egg comes in two parts, the “egg” itself, and a remote control. The control can be used from up to 5 metres away, which means it can be used with a partner, or just by yourself. It has 10 different vibration settings with 3 speeds and 7 patterns, so you can play around and find something that tickles your fancy.

The egg is rechargable- which is great for those of you who find having to shop for batteries too much of a faff, however the remote control is powered by one 23A battery. It’s billed as being “ultra quiet”, however it does make a bit of noise so proceed with caution if you live in a houseshare or with family. The egg is made from soft silicone, and is water-resistant.

You can buy So Divine’s “Addicted” vibrating love egg from their online store, plus other shops including Boots. You can also follow So Divine on Twitter and Instagram.

Have you ever used the So Divine “Addicted” vibrating love egg? What did you think? Let me know in the comments!

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Disclaimer: I was gifted an "Addicted" love egg for the purpose of this post by So Divine, however all views expressed are my own.

4 Comments

  1. Kate
    February 3, 2019 / 9:29 pm

    Where’s the review you describe the product but don’t say if you actually used it and if it’s any good!!

    • aliceeriley
      February 6, 2019 / 9:39 pm

      Hey thanks for commenting. Basically I can’t go into too much detail about that kind of stuff as I have family reading. I wasn’t sure whether to call the post “So Divine Addicted Vibrating Love Egg” or “So Divine Addicted Vibrating Love Egg Review” but went with the second as anther blogger had done something similar- but maybe the first is better?

      • Kate
        February 6, 2019 / 10:25 pm

        So what was the point? It’s not a review if you don’t describe what it is like to use it. All you have done is rewritten the press release, it’s confusing. Without getting personal, it doesn’t seem like you actually tried it!!! And if you have family reading and you don’t want them to read about you talking about sex toys, then wouldn’t it be better not to accept them as gifts, especially if they don’t fit with your moral values or the intention of your blog!

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