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Review of the High Intensity Pussy Pump

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Review of the High Intensity Pussy Pump

Clitoral pumps are a product which have intrigued me for years. They look so interesting, and I love the idea of using something which was originally created for men, and adapted to enhanced sexual pleasure in women too. With that in mind, when the guys at Sexcite asked me to choose a product to review, I asked for the High Intensity Pussy Pump from PipeDream.

For those hoping to pick up the High Intensity Pussy Pump. The Fetish Fantasy High Intensity Pussy Pump retails from www.Sexcite.co.uk for £29.99 and promises to deliver full, beautiful lips with every squeeze of the hand bulb.

When can I start?

How does a clitoral pump work?

The purpose of a pussy pump (or clitpump as it sometimes known) is to create suction and bring blood to the surface of the vagina. When blood is closer to the surface of the skin, it creates a temporary enlargement of the labia and clitoris. This in turn, increases sensitivity and intensifies pleasure.

If the clitoral pump has no suction. Add some lubricant to the rim of the pussypump and also to your body as this helps to create a seal. Also, check that the release valve is shut, as it will not create suction if the seal is open.

Using a clitoral pump safely

There are a few precautions that you must remember to take when using a clitoral pump. Namely,

  • Keep your pubic hair short to avoid it getting caught and pulled
  • Remember the location of the release valve in case you need to use it
  • Should you experience any pain or numbing of the area, stop immediately
  • Do not use a clitoral pump anywhere other than the external part of the vagina
  • Use with a compatible lubricant to prevent chafing

First impressions of the High Intensity Pussy Pump

The High Intensity Pussy Pump from Pipedream arrived in a plain brown box and contained no identifying markings on the packaging. Once opened, the pump was contained in a black and white box which doubles up as storage and comes with a free eye mask too.

The High Intensity Pussy Pump comes in two parts, the hand pump and the plastic cover which fits over the vagina. The quick release valve is attached to the hand pump and is activated by a gentle press of the button. There were no instructions included with the High Intensity Pussy Pump other than the information on the box, so it’s lucky that I know the mechanics of clitoral pump myself. However, a beginner may find things a little more difficult. Particularly in regards of safety and proper usage.

Putting the pussy pump together

It wasn’t difficult to put the High Intensity Pussy Pump together. You simply have to push the hand pump onto the plastic cup and you’re ready to go. The only issue is the quick release valve, you must ensure that this valve is shut or the clit pump will not work properly.

Review of the High Intensity Pussy Pump

To begin, I applied the lubricant seal around the edge and ‘cupped’ the area with the plastic cupping device. Once I have everything in place, I pumped the hand pump and immediately felt the sensation of the vacuum. However, within a couple of hand pumps the suction vanished and I lost the sensation. After a few attempts, I tried it on my stomach and managed to experience the suction so I knew it wasn’t the valve. However, the problem was that this pussy pump wasn’t working with the shape of my body and therefore couldn’t create the airtight seal needed for the vacuum. In short, it was useless for me. I tried it upside down and in different positions and the result was always the same. It could not create a vacuum for longer than a few seconds.

Overall experience with the High Intensity Pussy Pump

This is probably the most disappointing review that I have ever conducted. From a business point of view, the chopping experience at Sexcite was great, the delivery was fast and discreet and the service was excellent. However, from a product point of view the High Intensity Pussy Pump from PipeDream was a very poor product. It didn’t work with my body shape and the product produced very poor results.

Perhaps it would work better for other shoppers but for £29.99, is it worth the risk?

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