The Fun Factory Lady Bi is elegant, powerful, flexible and completely incompatible with my body. There is nothing wrong with this toy and there is nothing wrong with my body but together they just don’t work, and that’s fine. No toy was designed for everyone, however for the people this toy was designed for I can tell there’s a lot of potential.
The Fun Factory Lady Bi may not be my cup of tea but this toy will tick a lot of boxes for some people. Do you love dual-action vibes with two motors to boot? Length? Girth? Curves? Well the Fun Factory Lady Bi has all of these and more, culminating in one very impressive toy.
The Fun Factory Lady Bi
Why the length? Well unlike most rabbit-type vibrators the Lady Bi isn’t seeking the G-Spot, oh no, it has a different goal in mind. Fun Factory designed the Lady Bi to provoke A-Spot stimulation. Never heard of the A-Spot before? Well, to cut a long story short the A-Spot (short for anterior fornix spot) is an area on the upper wall of the vagina close to the cervix. When stimulated it is said to cause very powerful sensations and result in strong (sometimes squirting) orgasms.
I honestly can’t speak for the effectiveness of the A-Spot myself (as when using insertable toys I’m perfectly happy to hang out near the G-Spot) but if length is a prerequisite for hitting it then the Lady Bi’s 5 inches of insertable length should help.
Meanwhile the clitoral arm of this toy has a total inner length of 1.75 inches and is made using FlexiFUN Technology. This is essentially a fancy way for saying that both the shaft and the clitoral arm of the Lady Bi are flexible enough for comfortable use but not too flexible that they’re ineffective. The Lady Bi really does seem to have a nice balance, though I do wonder if its curved tip could have done with being a bit firmer.
The Lady Bi has other features to help it achieve its A-Spot aspirations. Perhaps the most notable of these is the bulging design of its mid-section. With a maximum circumference of 5.3 inches this bulging section keeps the vaginal entrance nice and wide during use, giving the illusion of fullness despite the slimmer 3.9 inch circumference that the tip sports. This combined with the Lady Bi’s curved tip and clitoral arm means that you’re essentially getting stimulation on three fronts, all of which can be incredibly enjoyable for some.
The silicone covering the Lady Bi’s shaft is also a perfect enabler for girthy sensations. With a draggy matte surface the Lady Bi grabs against the vaginal walls during use and demands that you pay attention to the sensations it provides. This may not appeal to everyone but it works quite well for the Lady Bi, especially with the addition of some subtle texture in the form of a wave design on either side. Still, because the Lady Bi is so draggy I do recommend using lots of water-based lube with it.
Being a lady, the Lady Bi is naturally a luxury toy and comes with the expected benefits of one. It’s fully submergible, completely body safe, has a travel lock, and is USB rechargeable. All of these features make the Lady Bi a very user-friendly sex toy, and the easy-to-navigate control panel just adds to this. One the control panel is a quick stop button and two others which allow you to control the Lady Bi’s two motors, 6 vibration intensities and 6 rhythms. The Lady Bi does not skimp on variety.
The vibrations from the Lady Bi are also very pleasing. The rumble they produce prompted an audible ‘Oooh’ when I first turned it on. When a toy provokes an impressed vocalisation from a power queen when it powers up then you know it’s a good sign. Because of the dual-motors these vibrations also have somewhat of a rippling sensation; a rolling reverberation which seems to quiver in perceptible union with the wave-like design of this toy.
Just because this vibrator can be powerful, though, doesn’t mean that it’s inaccessible for those who crave a gentler touch, and there is a lower, slower rumbling setting which is similar to what I imagine a tiger’s purr would be like; formidable but irresistibly soft and comforting too. If I had one gripe against the Lady Bi’s vibrations it would be that they still feel like they sit closer to the base of the shaft, which isn’t necessarily where I want them.
Because of the strength and rumble of the Lady Bi’s vibrations I can orgasm with it, but not while using it as intended.
There are a few reasons as to why the Lady Bi is incompatible with me but the biggest one has to be length.
I am not one for long toys and have never been interested in taking every inch of my dildos. If a toy hits my G-Spot with shallow insertion then I’ll usually hang out at a shallow length and enjoy the ride. Because of this the length of the Lady Bi was a real barrier to enjoyment for me. Not only because I wouldn’t use it all but because inserting the toy to a certain length is actually required in order to make use of the clitoral arm. This is an inherent part of the design which I wouldn’t dream of changing, but it does mean that this toy has very little utility for me. Add to this the fact that I typically dislike dual-stimulation vibrators and the Lady Bi and I were basically destined to be incompatible.
That being said I used it enough to be able to tell that it was great for those who want a dual action toy that has both effective depth and powerful rumbly motors. When I did insert this toy beyond what was comfortable for me the clitoral arm did hit my clitoris and the strength it provided, while still a bit too gentle for me, was respectable.
So are there any other downsides to the Lady Bi? Not really. It’s a dust magnet but it’s also waterproof so cleaning it is easy enough.
Like the Tantus Twist this is a toy where personal preference reigns supreme and I have a hunch that those who think they’ll like this toy probably will.
As a sex toy the Lady Bi does pretty much exactly what you think it will. Because of this it’s a toy that will most likely meet the expectations of those who crave it and will fall flat for those who have a hunch that it’s not for them. It’s very forthright in this manner, able to meet people’s expectations in regards to both its pros and cons.
With this in mind I urge you to trust your intuition when it comes to the Lady Bi. Think about what you want and consider whether or not the Lady Bi matches up with your proclivities. If it doesn’t then that’s absolutely fine but if it does, well, hopefully you’ll be enjoying a whole different kind of stimulation.
People who like longer toys.
People looking for an A-Spot toy.
People who like rumbly, dual motors.
Do Not Recommend to:
People who prefer shorter toys.
People who dislike rabbit-like vibrators.
People looking for an anal toy (the Lady Bi is anal compatible but it’s not its primary design goal).