review: lock-n-play wristband remote vibrating panty teaser

review: lock-n-play wristband remote vibrating panty teaser

photo of the wristband sitting on a black background with a houseplant in the background

i love the idea of my lover being able to control a hidden toy attached to me in some way. i love the thought of losing control, submitting to my partner, the possibility of wearing it in public and having to suppress what would normally cause a loud moan of pleasure.

so when i received the lock-n-play wristband remote vibrating panty teaser from the fine folx at shevibe, i was really excited to give this fantasy a whirl.

the specs

the lock-n-play wristband remote vibrating panty teaser, made by calexotics, features a small vibrating “massager” that can be attached to your undies with “magnetic tab wings,” and a wristband remote. both are made of body-safe silicone. the vibrator has an almost 33-foot range, so your partner can cycle through its 12 vibration settings from across the room, at least! you can charge this bad boy up in under an hour using the enclosed USB charger; fully charged, you get about an hour of play on the highest setting.

the panty vibrator on a black background with a houseplant in the background

this toy regularly retails for $85.99USD on shevibe. however! at the moment, it’s on sale for $52.99!


i was so excited to try this toy, but quickly found that it… just isn’t for me. i fumbled around with placing the vibrator, since the magnets didn’t really connect to hold it in place attached to my undies. while i’m on the voluptuous side, i don’t think that’s the issue here. the magnets just aren’t strong enough to keep it in place.

i couldn’t walk around with this toy at all; you really do have to be stationary. (i’m all ears if someone has found a better way to use the lock-n-play while moving around!) i had hoped i could move around, say, my kitchen, while my partner controlled the vibe with the wristband, but that was not to be. i had to be sitting or reclining nearby to enjoy the toy and not spend a silly amount of time shifting it around in my pants.

although the vibrator has its own control button, it’s completely impractical to try to adjust the toy once you’ve attached it (if you can?) to your panties. i used the toy on my own and controlled it myself with the wristband, since that was just easier. the wristband worked fine close-up and from across the room; i didn’t have any problems with it sitting several feet away from my partner.

the vibe itself feels really nice on my naughty bits, but it’s not super powerful. this is a toy for teasing your partner; that’s really the appeal here. however, i suspect that the trial and error of placing the vibrator could kill the mood. so plan ahead, dear reader, and be prepared to futz around with it. once you’ve done that, it’s a nice little ride. 😈

i’d love to try one of the other toys in this particular line, since there are several with differently-shaped vibrators that might work better with my body.

the lock-n-play wristband remote vibrating panty teaser from calexotics is a high-quality toy, even if it doesn’t necessarily work for me.

thank you again to shevibe, who so graciously sent me this toy in exchange for my honest review. just a heads up: i’ve used affiliate links throughout this review. so if you feel so inclined, you can support my work, shevibe, AND get yourself an amazing toy.

introducing yes please, even MORE!

introducing yes please, even MORE!

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something new for you!

my dearest readers,

i’ve just launched a subscriber-based mailing list on substack called yes please, even more! for $5 a month, or the discounted rate of $50 for the year, you’ll get 4 weekly essays and a monthly tarot reading. not bad at all!

i’m trying substack as an alternative to patreon (especially since they aren’t sex blogger-friendly) and as a way to make a little extra money doing something i love. it also keeps me accountable to keep writing and prioritizing creative time, which is something that’s really important for my wellbeing.

there will be a mix of erotica and essays. i’m hoping it will be engaging and inspiring. please feel free to leave comments on my substack page or email me your thoughts directly using my comment form here or my contact info over at substack.

topics i’ll be exploring:

  • sexuality (natch…) and gender
  • kink and D/s
  • spirituality
  • disability, especially as it relates to bdsm and D/s
  • sexual and gender politics
  • music
  • and whatever else comes to mind as a good story!

never fear: i’ll still be writing here, of course! keep it peeled for more frequent content on the blog. there are some reviews coming and then the third installment of this series on subspace. i’m hoping to do an interview or two, a guest post, and some more erotic fiction before the end of the year as well.

the first essay, “we are three: my first kink experience,” is up now for free on my page. go read and enjoy!

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