Stits ‘n’ Stats…
The Rock Chick is a C-shaped, “2-in-1” toy, one end a g-spot dildo and the other a ribbed end supposed to sit against the clitoris while the dildo end is inserted. It’s powered by a removable vibrating bullet and has 7 settings – 3 speeds of constant vibration and 4 patterns.
Size-wise, the insertable length is about 4 inches and the girth is about 1.3″. Not one for size queens, but a good length and with a curve for g-spot stimulation.
The Rock Chick is supposed to be “hands free,” but it didn’t work for me that way. I had to hold the clitoral end against my body to get anything out of the vibrations (if you can call them that) when I was lying on my back. A position that sort of worked was lying on my front with a pillow beneath my hips, my body weight effectively pinning the toy in place, and grinding against it.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t orgasm from this toy, even with a few days of built-up arousal and some damn good porn in front of me. The vibrations, weak anyway and further dampened by the thick silicone, weren’t strong enough. The shape and angle of the toy was all wrong, meaning that to get any meaningful clitoral contact the damn thing was poking me in the cervix. I can believe there are bodies it would work for, but a toy that only works for a tiny and specific subsection of bodies is a poorly designed toy.
I threw this one in a drawer in disgust and I don’t think it’ll come out again.
My Ratings (all scores out of 5★)
The Rock Chick retails for $44.99 at SheVibe, which puts it pretty squarely into the bottom of the mid-range, which is about right. I wouldn’t mind the price if the toy was more effective but, as you will see, I think it’s overpriced for what is essentially a dildo powered by a weak bullet vibe.
The main body is soft and flexible silicone, which I can’t fault. It’s body safe and feels lovely. The removable bullet is hard ABS plastic, which is also body safe.
It comes in purple (yay!) and pink (meh,) so pretty standard colours for sex toys for people with vulvas. It’s nothing special but it’s… fine.
Ease of Use: ★
Mmm, unfortunately this is where this toy really falls down for me. The “hands free” idea is cool but sadly it just doesn’t work (for my body. Yur mileage may vary.)
The insertable end had to go too deep, painfully so, in order to get the clitoral stimulator into the right position. Of course, it’s impossible for a toy to fit every body perfectly. I needed to hold the toy in place and even then it only took things from “ow” to “meh.”
The Rock Chick’s various settings are operated with single button located on the end of the external arm, and the button is a little difficult to press.
Ease of care & cleaning: ★★★
The shape and smooth silicone mean it’s easy to clean the Rock Chick with a sterile wipe. It’s also waterproof, so you can clean it thoroughly in hot water. The bullet is removeable, so you can take it out and clean it separately. The embossed letters on the side do make for a bit of a bacteria trap, so please be extra thorough when cleaning that area if any body fluids get in there. You could put a condom over the insertable end for extra safety or when sharing.
The Rock Chick has 7 different settings, making it versatile whether you like constant vibrations or patterns. You could also remove the bullet and use it separately, if you like. It’s a little stronger this way, though still weak and buzzy. The Rock Chick a waterproof toy, so you can play with it in the bath or shower. The shape means the insertable end would be suitable for anal use with no risk of getting stuck.
Just too weak, unfortunately. When I removed the bullet it felt nice and strong in my hand, though moderately buzzy, but the padding of the silicone dampened it to the point that it couldn’t get me off. Disappointing. For someone who is into much gentler vibrations, it might work.
Overall Score: ★★
Though it has some small positive points, overall I found the Rock Chick to be poorly designed and not enjoyable to use. The badly thought through shape and the weakness of the vibrations really killed it for me. Spend your money elsewhere – this product is too much of a gamble when it will probably only work for a small number of people.
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