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ZIZO Innie Vibe by PicoBong

Zizo is a classic vibrator charged with modern, minimalist ease. Certain to keep your toes curled and your desires met, Zizo delivers immense satisfaction and makes the perfect complement to a girls curves. Features a dynamic, arched shape.
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ZIZO Innie Vibe by PicoBong
Zizo is a classic vibrator charged with modern, minimalist ease. Certain to keep your toes curled and your desires met, Zizo delivers immense satisfaction and makes the perfect complement to a girls curves. Size: 197 x 50 x 37 mm / 7.76 x 1.97 x 1.46 inches.
Classic and Contoured Frame - Zizo operates with a timeless design, delivering powerful internal vibrations as it curves along the contours of the female form. A dynamic, arched shape makes Zizo the supreme classic vibrator.

Fully Waterproof to a Depth of 1 Meter - Not only are PicoBong toys easy to clean, but they are also ideal accessories for the bath, shower, swimming pool - even a babbling brook, if that's your thing. PicoBong toys offer versatility that is perfect for use whenever, wherever and with whomever's got your fancies tickled.

12 Vibe Patterns and Multiple Speeds - An amazing 12 different vibration patterns can be enjoyed over multiple speeds, providing a spice-based cliché concerning variety and life!

Made with Body-Safe, FDA Approved Silicone - PicoBong toys are made with the highest levels of quality and safety in mind, which is why we only use body-safe, FDA approved silicone and ABS plastic.

Powerful and Near-Silent Motor - Housed inside every PicoBong is a daring little motor which certainly packs a wallop! Not only is the motor strong enough to knock your socks off, but it does so in the quietest way and is whisper-quiet. Perfect for those with nosy roommates.

Comprehensive 1 Year Warranty - Every so often, a lunar eclipse occurs. Just as often, a PicoBong toy can sometimes go wrong. In case something has slipped by, PicoBong offers a comprehensive 1-year warranty on all toys.
  • User Time: Up to 2 Hours
  • 3 button interface with fully lockable function
  • Body safe Silicone/ABS
  • Powerful yet whisper quiet
  • Measurements Materials Volume & Intensity Batteries
    6" long, 1.27" wide silicone & ABS Vol: 1 - Int: 3 two AAA

    Anal Safe

    Harness Ready


    Phthalates Free


    Water Resistant

    Water Proof

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    ZIZO Innie Vibe by PicoBong Reviews

    (2 Ratings, 1 Review) Average Rating:
    nebulia (Colorado Springs, CO ) 7/28/2014 3:05 PM
    Product Rating: 2 Stars - It's okay. Gets the job done. | Power Rating: Strong - Got me there without a problem. | Noise Rating: Quiet - Buzzes discreetly. | Texture and material construction: The Zizo has a slighlty oval, slightly curved shaft, thicker at the top and bottom, and narrowing slightly at the curve. It’s covered in Lelo silicone, which is very nice. I believe others have called it ‘buttery,’ which is a really good way to put it. It does need a fair amount of water-based (or high-quality silicone/hybrid lube, with a patch test) lubricant, but it doesn’t really eat it the way some other lubes do. Additionally, the matte PicoBong/Lelo silicone is much less of a lint roller than glossier silicone. | Without accounting for the curve, the Zizo is 7.5″ long, 6″ of which is usable. With the curve, it’s about 6.5-7″ insertable, so you see that it’s pretty gentle. However, the buttons are on the usable portion of the shaft, so if you want access to them while using it, you’ve only got about 4.5″ of length to work with. However, I really like the button location in this particular vibe (more on that later). The shaft is about 1.25″ in diameter across, at its widest point, but as I mentioned, it’s slightly oblong, so its height (?) is about 1.5″, or a little less. The circumference is 4″, so it’s not enormous. Additionally, it narrows at the curve to perhaps an inch across in both dimensions. It’s The toy itself is hard plastic covered with a layer of silicone, so there isn’t any give to it at all. | Review Details: Inserting the batteries is quite easy–the cap screws off, you pop them in, and the cap clicks back on. Now, the cap clicks off and on very easily when changing the batteries, and so immediately I worried about it popping off during use, or especially in the shower. (Additionally, the cap doesn’t have an o-ring or anything. However, PicoBong says the toy is waterproof and using it in the shower didn’t seem to be an issue, so while I worried, it seems to be at least splashproof.) And it has happened a couple of times in use, usually when I was putting the Zizo down my pants to use externally. On the one hand, I was very concerned that this would happen much more frequently than it has. On the other, a battery cap should stay on, end of story. I don’t believe this is a manufacturing error for just this product, as my Ako has exactly the same issue. I had the same worries about the Iroha Mini, but no problems thus far, and I’ve used that much more than I’ve used the Zizo. PicoBong says two AAAs provide about 2 hours of continuous use, and I’d say that’s about right, and honestly, I’d be willing to trade out those AAAs for AAs if it meant a little bit longer battery life. When the batteries die, the toy just sort of sadly revs up when you turn it on and then dies. And then revs up, and then dies. And then revs up–you get the picture. | There are three buttons on the Zizo, labeled +, -, and M, and they’re pretty easy to use, but not perfect. The button closest to the cap is the +, which you push to turn the vibrator on and increase its intensity. The – is the button furthest from the cap. Both of these work just fine. The M button cycles you through 12 (!) vibration patterns, and this is the button that is the pain–it’s impossible for me to push it hard enough or properly enough or something to get it to work. I always have to push it a couple of times at least to get it to move to the next pattern. The intensity levels are also adjustable in the patterns. I’m not attached to any of the patterns–first off, there are so many of them that I forget what’s available, and second off, I’ve never been one for patterns anyway–but you do have options! There is a distinct possibility I would have been more interested in the patterns if the M button wasn’t such a bitch to properly work. | As I’ve mentioned before, the Zizo’s motor is not bad. I give it, like, 6/10 vrooms at its highest intensity, with 10 being the fourth level of the Tango? They’re fairly rumbly, and I like the adjustment in intensity. As I’ve mentioned before, my sensitivity fluctuates pretty wildly, and I’m never a power queen, so 6/10 is a nice level of vrooms and I very rarely need more than that. I like that I can use this on a lower or higher intensity if necessary. It’s fairly quiet–almost unnoticeable under bedcovers. | But. But but but. This toy just…does so very little for me in the manner in which I am supposed to use it. The shaft is very smooth, and the curve is not really enough to hit my g-spot unless I work for it, or if I decide I want to insert the buttons. I have yet to find internal vibrations that make me think I want something vibrating in my vagina. Using the toy without turning it on, as a dildo, it’s pretty boring. I just…don’t have very much to say about it. Inside my vagina, this toy just feels like…a vibrating thing. It’s okay to thrust, and I like penetration a lot so it is enjoyable, but it’s not going to make me come on its own (but then, very few toys do) or even make me squirt (which many toys do). I find the shape very boring. There’s no intent in it, it just doesn’t work at all for me. The gentle angle may be enough to hit some people’s g-spots easily–if that were the case for me, I think I would be more fond of this toy. And I may have to try Picobong’s Moka, which is designed for g-spot play, because the biggest issue with this toy for me is that it really doesn’t seem to have a purpose. (Oh my god, I can’t believe I just said that.) But seriously. It’s just this slightly curved toy with vibrations that you’re supposed to stick in your vag. But…why? It’s not particularly thick or g-spotting. It has no texture whatsoever. It’s just…boring. | However, it does work fairly well for me as a clitoral vibe. In fact, the first time I used it clitorally, I had one of the longest and best orgasms I’ve ever had. I’m not a huge fan of pinpoint stimulation, and the rumbles and the intensity mean that when I nestle this toy between my labia just right, it’s a really great toy for my clit for most of my cycle. Additionally, the location of the buttons is really nice–easily accessible with a thumb, no chance of accidentally pressing them. But it is bulky; the curve is designed for internal use, not to fit against my body, and every time I’ve tried to stick it down my pants I accidentally dislodge the battery cap. It’s also hard for me to reach past it to use a dildo vaginally or anally. And frankly, while it’s a great clit vibe for me, it still doesn’t work well for me vaginally, which is what it’s designed to do. Combine that with the fact that it’s got a short battery life, and a cap that’s so easily removable it still scares the crap out of me, even after using it in the shower, and you’ve got a toy I consider pretty mediocre.

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