Toy Review: Le Reve Curve Rechargeable Waterproof Vibrator

Disappointment is the primary emotion I have when it comes to the Le Reve Curve Vibrator. This toy has all the potential to be great. It’s decently shaped, it’s made out of a body-safe material, and it’s rechargeable. However, the Le Reve Curve fails to take advantage of these benefits and, instead, leaves me dissatisfied.

The La Reve Curve looks appealing but misses the mark in terms of vibrations.
The Le Reve Curve looks appealing but misses the mark in terms of vibrations.

The Le Reve Curve is made by Pipedream—who also made the wonderful Metal Wörx Slim Fave Dildo—and it does have a certain level of professionalism about it, which I have come to expect from Pipedream products.

This toy is clearly meant to stimulate the vulva (or, more specifically, the clitoris) and it’s well designed for this purpose. The contours of the toy are shaped to hug closely to the body and the tapered tip of the toy is primed to provide more pin-point stimulation.

At only 4.5 inches in length the Le Reve Curve is also small enough to be used throughout couples play, while a partner lays on top of you (one of my favourite positions) or during other positions without getting in the way or being too bulky.

The Le Reve Curve is made out of ABS Plastic. This material is Phthalate-free and allows for a firm touch. In theory ABS plastic is also great for translating vibrations without dulling or detracting from them too much. In theory.

This toy is also waterproof and rechargeable, via a small port on the side. One hour of charging will provide an hour’s worth of play, which isn’t too bad but is hardly the best rechargeable toy available either.

There are no patterns for the Le Reve Curve. Instead the toy has two simple plus and minus buttons which allow you to control the power of the vibrations. When this toy is on a little red light will turn on underneath the buttons, which allows for easily navigation if you chose to enjoy this toy in the dark.

This toy's controls are simple and to the point.
This toy’s controls are simple and to the point.

Sadly the vibrations from this toy are very weak and buzzy.

These two elements aren’t necessarily bad—and a lot of fun can be had with a gentle vibe, intended to tease the user. However, the vibrations from the Le Reve Curve are also depressingly, insistently shallow. While I can hold this vibe between my fingers and have high hopes for it, when applied to my clit I’m left baffled at just how shallow these vibrations are.

Given my other recent review I feel like the Le Reve Curve and Shots Toys’ Olympia should band together and form some sort of weak vibrations club—a club for all of the vibrators out there that can be potentially upstaged by a £10 bullet vibe. The major difference being that one is a G-spotting beast and the other is just a sub-par clitoral vibrator. Anyway, back to the review.

This combination of weak, buzzy, and shallow vibrations means that the Le Reve Curve is definitely not something that I would choose to purchase—especially considering it markets itself as a semi-luxury vibe, and has a price tag to match.

The protective plastic around the Le Reve Curve's charging port might not be as secure as one might like.
The protective plastic around the Le Reve Curve’s charging port might not be as secure as one might like.

Aside from this I do also wonder about just how waterproof the La Reve Curve truly is. The charge port is covered by a flexible plastic seal, but this plastic doesn’t protect the port very well and I doubt it’s water-tight, especially after being pulled open multiple times to allow the charger to be inserted.

I’ve yet to submerge this toy for any long periods of time, however, so this is more of a suspicion than a quantified point.

Final Thoughts

While there’s not much that can be classed as objectively bad about this toy (aside from the dubious nature of its ‘waterproof’ claim) I do feel that this toy’s very gentle vibrations make it so that the Le Reve Curve will only appeal to a certain audience.

If you know you like gentle, buzzy vibrations or are just looking for a really timid toy to purr you into the beginnings of foreplay then the Le Reve Curve might be a good rechargeable option for you.

However if you value strength and depth from your toys even the slightest then this vibrator is unlikely to impress.

Recommend to:

People who like weak vibrations.

People who like buzzy vibrations.

People who want a gentle, rechargeable toy.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who dislike buzzy vibrations.

People who prefer mid-to-strong vibrations.

People who like deep vibrations.

  • Well, if someone wants a weak and buzzy version of the We-Vibe Touch, I will point them straight to this! :P