Toy Review: The So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator

So Divine are sweet, so sweet that they included a rock candy with my testers (yes, really).

While I certainly appreciated the sentiment in this gesture a deep part of me really hoped that the literal aspect of this company didn’t carry with the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator. Very few people want a vibrator that’s as delicate as a flower, and I’m no exception.

Thankfully, So Divine has opted for a different appeal when it comes to the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator, opting to make the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator an exercise in ‘French fancy’ instead.

There is a certain amount of romanticism to this—a fanciful retreat where you can sample new delights at your own pace and take in the flowers as you go.

But an alluring description is only effective if the product follows suit, so how does the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator perform? Let’s find out together.

The So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator

The So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator is a straight-shafted and rather standard vibrator in many ways. With a 7 inch length and a maximum diameter of 1.5 inches it is of average size and height for use both internally and externally.

This vibrator looks delicate but is it strong where it matters?

Despite being a very affordable £34.99 this toy comes with many of the perks that was once reserved for £50 luxury vibrators—including being completely submersible, USB rechargeable, and being made of a wonderfully smooth silicone.

This silicone has a matte surface which has been buffed to a nice, silky finish which feels just as good as any other high-end silicone toy. The handle for the toy is made of ABS plastic and the shaft is firm, which works well with the toys design because, as I’m sure you’ve noticed, the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator’s otherwise straight and standard design is immediately interrupted mid-shaft by a move towards a slightly slender dip followed by a blossoming in to a petaled tip.

This allows for some very interesting sensations internally, though I can’t say it made much of a difference externally for me. In fact, it provided a bit of an unwanted contrast in surface design, as I found the petal’s edges to be a bit of a jarring transition when applied clitorally. But, in my opinion, the longer shaft of this toy makes it more suited for internal stimulation anyway, so an argument could be made that it’s reasonably strengthening the sensations offered by this method of use.

This design is beautiful and effective.

Speaking of which, I highly recommend that you give this toy a wiggle and twirl while inserted. Not that twirling it is an absolute necessity (or will always be a success) but with non-symmetrical textured toys of this kind it’s always a fun chance to see how your body responds to different forms of stimulation.

What I wouldn’t recommend is thrusting too vigorously, as the petal’s edges can catch at times. Smaller, more controlled thrusts are fine (even rapid ones) but I personally found the longer ones to be a no-go.

The magnetic charging system of the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator promises up to 2 hours of play time per charge, which is very respectable and completely in keeping with the ‘French fancy’ theme of this toy. It’s the sex toy equivalent of being offered the chance to have a causal stroll if they wish, and I feel like a similar vibe is presented in many representations of Paris (or, at least, its idealized version).

The controls for the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator are very straightforward—being a single button which you press and hold to turn the toy on/off and press to filter through its 10 vibration modes. 3 of these are continual vibrations of varying intensity and 7 are patterns. Something I’ve notices with So Divine toys is that I seem to quite like their patterns, which is an oddity to me, and I can only attribute this to how their vibrations relate.

The vibrations in the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator aren’t overly spectacular but they speak to me in a way that my clitoris and vagina can’t help but appreciate. They’re more on the buzzy side than a rumble, but they also have a quiver to them which helps complement to buzz.

The buzz itself is not that high-pitched bee-style hum and it didn’t cause any irritation of numbness (we can all breathe a sigh of relief at that). I’d say that it worked well internally, too, avoiding the unsexy ‘need to pee’ feeling that some buzzy toys can cause internally. These vibrations aren’t wand-levels of powerful but they go beyond most bullet vibes in terms of strength, providing a happy medium that will keep most people happy, but may leave power queens pouting.

I don’t use the vibrations too much when using this toy internally—as I prefer to enjoy the way its petal design rubs against my vaginal walls and provides a much-desired near-tug as the edges of the petals attempt to bring my G-Spot to its own blossoming.

The controls for this toy are straightforward (of not a bit of a pet peeve of mine).

Usually the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator succeeds and feels very good when doing so. I do, at times, wish there was a slight curve to this toy, but then it might be stepping on Lelo’s toes to much so I understand the decision to go for a straight shaft.

During climax the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator delivers strong sensations and its design can be felt to great effect, but there wasn’t a sense of prolonged enjoyment that I get with some textured or girthier toys, which may be a downside for some. But length is not everything and quality-wise I really can’t argue with the effectiveness of what the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator brings to the table.

I can have a slight gripe at So Divine, though, for not including a storage bag. This is a minor niggle, I confess, but when a company makes such an effort to go the affordable luxury route then a storage bag is just the perfect icing on the cake—sweeter, in fact, than a piece of rock candy. It does make me wonder if ditching this novel gift would allow them to put some money towards a storage bag. Sweets are nice but a place to store your sex toys is the perfect treat.

In terms of other downsides…it’s really hard to muster any outside of personal preference.

I’ve never personally been a fan of single-button systems—mainly because you have to filter through to adjust and this can be irritating—so the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator does loose some brownie points for this.

Those who dislike texture, enjoy swooping thrusts, and/or prefer toys that are slimmer or thicker may also find that the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator doesn’t meet their needs, but that’s to be expected with the design of the toy.

An argument could perhaps be made that So Divine are relying on cultural stereotypes to try and give their toy appeal, but the ethical validity of such actions (and their pervasiveness in our society) are neither So Divine’s fault, nor something that belongs in this review. It’s just a musing of mine, really.

Oh and more colours would be so divine. A flower vibrator needs a green and yellow colour option. If this ever happens I can guarantee it will brighten my day.

Final Thoughts

Overall I really enjoyed the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator and felt like it delivered on its concept very well. Its execution was clearly in keeping with its intentions and most of my encounters with this floral offering varies from pleasantly enjoyable to deeply satisfying.

At £34.99 it is nicely affordable and allows users to try a rather interesting type of texture with a material and vibrations that complemented it well. The patterns were a surprising success for me and this did make me pine for more comprehensive controls, but I can forgive the So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator this point.

I recommend this vibrator if you’re a lover of standard-sized, mid-strength vibrators and want to try something a little bit cheeky. It’s not called ‘Ooh la la’.

Recommend to:

People who like buzzy vibrations.

People who like a bit of texture.

Pattern lovers.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who need rumbly vibrations.

Power queens.

People who like long thrusts.

The So Divine Ooh La La Flower Vibrator was provided to me by So Divine in exchange for an honest review. And, don’t worry—even with the (appreciated) added candy I’m still sweet to you first and foremost, which means honesty is my policy with this review and all others. Love y’all.