Pleasure Centre: Dame's Eva II Hands-Free Clitoral Vibrator - Par Femme

by BARE Sexology

When I first nestle in to give the Dame Eva II a whirl, I’m on my own and in the mood for solo play. Convenient! I pull the vibrator out of its charging station, lay down, and carefully push its malleable ‘wings’ under my labia, as is advised. It takes a short while to get them into a comfortable position, but I get there in the end. 

Once inserted, I click its button and lie back, ready for the Eva II to do all the work. (It is hands-free, after all.)

I'm too preoccupied with thoughts—about my free hands, and specifically what they should be doing with all this newfound freedom, and also the three-speed vibrations that are just off-centre from my clitoris—that it doesn’t work for me in that moment. Dame’s fun illustrated instructions suggest trying the Eva II with a partner, so I grab my boyfriend and head to the bedroom. A lady on a mission.

I place the vibrator in the same spot, and, after a little wiggling around, we’re both pleasantly surprised at how unobtrusive the product is during sex. 

In the interest of this review, we try the Eva II in a few of our favourite positions. In doggy, I’m surprised how well the vibrator stays within me while gravity works against it. With every thrust, there’s a wave of pleasure, and I’m into it. A lot.

Reverse cowgirl is a favourite for my partner. The vibrator provided the most sensation for him this way, as the vibrations travelled along his penis as I moved up and down. For me, the intimacy is lacking in this position, and in fact, the reason I love the Eva II so very much is how proficient it is in missionary.

The Eva II really proves its worth in this position, whether you’re on the top or bottom. It freed my hands up for play. It cleared my head, providing extra stimulation to my clitoris with each rhythmic motion. It's also quiet, discreet, and unobtrusive enough that you might easily forget it’s there if not for the speedy orgasms and mutual pleasure.

While fun for solo play, the Eva II is really a hero for couples. Bring one into your bedroom to feel your orgasms intensify.

Need to know:
Cute but powerful, the Eva II makes for the perfect it’s-a-present-for-you-but-really-I-can-use-it-too kinda gift.

Ease of use:
Only once does the Eva II fall out while we’re switching positions, which is much less than I anticipated. With three speeds and an easy USB charging station, Dame couldn’t have made this unique-looking clitoral vibrator any more user-friendly—a delightful surprise.
Rating: 4.5/5

Packaging:
While not sexy enough to sit on my shelf, the Eva II’s grey spherical charging case-meets-packaging could be mistaken for a headphone dock if found in your purse or bedside drawer. Extra points for the cheeky illustrated instructions.
Rating: 4/5

Aesthetic:
Available in baby pink or rich teal, the Eva II was described by my partner and I as “the bug,” “the hearing aid,” and “the space ship,” all in the space of one session of love-making. So cute it’s fascinating, Dame has created a unique product that you’ll want to keep with your bedside tech gadgets, simply because it looks the part.
Rating: 4/5

Materials:
Rechargeable via a USB port and made with medical-grade silicone, the Eva II is waterproof, meaning you can take it into the shower. It’s also free of phthalate—a nasty chemical sometimes found in plastic, and one you definitely don’t want near your body—and comes with a page of visual instructions that make you feel as though it’s OK if you don’t quite grasp it during your first try.
Rating: 5/5

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BARE Sexology
BARE Sexology

BARE Sexology is a Sydney-based education platform exploring sex and relationships—including the one you have with yourself.



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