Toy Review: The Rocks-Off Unihorn Stardust Clitoral Vibrator

Rocks-Off hold a very special place in my heart and the reason for this can be summarized in two words: Vaginismus recovery.

For those not in the know, Vaginismus is an involuntary tightening of the pelvic floor muscles which makes penetration either extremely painful or just impossible. It’s destructive, agonizing, and a huge confidence wrecker and I am very glad that I was able to recover with time and the right tools. And, for me, Rocks-Off bullets were an integral part of this recovery process.

I used my bullets to bring on enough arousal to allow for dilation, to ‘numb’ my vagina before then inserting the bullet (or my dilators), and, yes, even to reach climax. As it happens, my first entirely satisfying sex toy induced orgasm was with a Rocks-Off bullet and it was a revelation. Suddenly I got it – I understood why sex toys were hailed as an amazing addition to sexual experiences in a way that my jelly rabbit was never able to convey. I was in awe.

The Rocks-Off toy I used the most during this time was the RO-120mm and I have since gained a lot of appreciation for the Ignition too. It was my recent experiences with the Ignition that made me realize just how much Rocks-Off has expanded and adapted over the years.

Rocks-Off are basically a household name in the sex toy world, and this prevalence and recognition is well-earned. They manage to stay relevant by trying new things, sticking to what works, and generally experimenting with new twists on old models.

The Rocks-Off Unihorn Stardust Clitoral Vibrator is one such twist, and it is (among other things) a Vaginismus godsend.

The Rocks-Off Unihorn Stardust Clitoral Vibrator

The Rocks-Off Unihorn Stardust Clitoral Vibrator is, in essence, a remodeled version of the RO-Rosa – a product which gained consistently positive review from users rating it on sex toy sites such as Lovehoney.

The main differences are as follows: The RO-Rosa had a slightly off-sided and curved shaft, whereas the Unihorn has its majestic shaft straight and centralized, becoming more akin to Rocks-Off’s bullet range. The RO-Rosa has a shimmery pinkish/purple sheen to is too whereas the Unihorn is sporting a brilliant rainbow chrome which is akin to a vibrant sunset on a hot day.

Oh, and it’s also a unicorn’s horn.

Majestic.

This, really, is the big one. People nowadays love unicorns. Heck – people have always loved unicorns. There’s just something about those majestic, take-no-shits creatures which is instantly appealing to the human imagination. And, although I admire Peter S. Beagle’s iconic rendition of a brilliant, pure white unicorn (horn and all), I have to admit that I have a soft spot for Rocks-Off’s rendition of this illustrious beast.

When I look at the Unihorn’s sleek, glossy, ABS plastic design I am transported to a beach side resort, watching the day end while sipping on an equally vibrant cocktail. I don’t even like cocktails, but the Unihorn makes me want that mental projection to become a reality. It’s aesthetics are literally daydream inducing.

Because this toy is made of ABS plastic it is also non-porous, phthalate-free, and completely body-safe. I tend to find that glossy ABS toys are a bit clingy and awkward against my inner labia if I don’t employ at least some lubricant, and I do recommend that users wet this toy in some way for the most comfortable use. Once you do, the Unihorn will be as smooth as you could hoping, gliding over the skin with all of the elegance of an actual unicorn.

ABS plastic has its pros and cons.

As the Unihorn is ABS plastic, any lubricant can be used, including water-based, silicone, and oil. Just remember that oil-based lubricants don’t play nice with latex safer sex barriers (such as latex condoms or dams) and the button is made from a softer (presumably silicone) material, so do make sure you match this toy with a high quality silicone lubricant.

ABS plastic is also completely firm, meaning that the Unihorn has no give or bend to it and can feel a bit too firm for some people against their skin (especially if you’re a fan of regular re-positioning), and this is something to keep in mind when purchasing this toy.

But, the best part of this material is that it transfers vibrations with more clarity.

The Unihorn has a single button to control its 3 different continual intensities and 7 different patterns. The patterns vary nicely and the vibrations themselves are strong buuuut they’re also buzzy. Granted, they’re not ‘numbing’ buzzy, but they’re not going to win over fans of rumbly vibrators either.

This is very much a toy for those who know that they like buzzing vibrations and want a strong toy to satisfy their needs. The vibrations of the Unihorn do penetrate beyond the surface-level. They resonate, and buzz deeper down, but their humming approach is best suited for those who aren’t looking for anything too thigh-shuddering or juddery.

The button is easy to use.

I personally had no problem reaching climax with the Unihorn and I feel like it knows its vibration type well and works with those sensations to achieve strength and effectiveness. It really didn’t take me long before the Unihorn had me in the throes of an orgasm, so I am not faulting this toy at all. I just know that some people won’t get along with the buzz.

But, real talk time: What I love most about the Unihorn is its overall design.

The Unihorn comes in at 4.5 inches in total and has a insertible length of 3.5 inches. It’s maximum circumference is 4.5 inches, but it starts off much smaller, with a horn-based tapered tip that this slimmer than even the slimmest of Rocks-Off bullets. This means its great for varying pin-point and broader sensations (depending on which part of the shaft you utilize) and, more importantly, is perfect for Vaginismus recovery.

Although I found my Rocks-Off bullets to be a great recovery resource I have to admit that I’m always slightly hesitant to recommend them to others. This is because, practically, the bullet’s straight shaft (especially when lubed up) can be hard to grip and a fear of the toy slipping was always in my mind during my initial use. The placement of the button at the base of the bullets didn’t help, and this is no fault of the toys themselves – they’re not really made for insertion, so they never really had a need to address these concerns.

Conversely, the Unihorn has a bulkier base, with a button that isn’t placed directly on the bottom, making internal use much easier. Add to this the fact that this toy starts off incredibly slim and gradually expands and you have a toy that I would happily recommend to beginners to Vaginismus dilation who are maybe using their smallest dilator and want to train up to the next size, or simply use something that doesn’t look purely medical. Because, let’s face it, it’s hard to feel sexual, relaxed, and aroused, when you look like you’re about to give yourself a vaginal examination.

The Unihorn, conversely, has all the benefits of a smaller dilator while also looking stunning, providing a nice grip, and vibrating. And it can always be used to stimulate the clit prior to use in order to ease the vaginal muscles. It’s like a tiny little vaginismus hack!

This toy isn’t rechargeable but its 1 x AAA battery is included and the toy does have the perk of being waterproof. It’s not whisper-quiet but neither is it going to be easily detected, unless you have incredibly thin walls combined with extremely nosy housemates.

In terms of downsides, personal preference is going to be the big one. If you dislike buzzy vibrations then this toy is basically a buzz cliche with a little more depth and oomph than typically expected. It’s akin to the standard Rocks-Off bullet, for reference, so if you dislike that toy’s vibrations, the Unihorn may not wow you.

Those who dislike ABS plastic, glossy toys, very slender toys, or pinpoint toys, will also find that the Unihorn just doesn’t meet their needs, as beautiful and aesthetically tempting as it may be.

But, hey, if you’re a sex toy nerd you may still find yourself buying this vibe, because it would look glorious among an adult product mantle piece display. Just sayin’

Final Thoughts

Overall I am very optimistic about the Rocks-Off Unihorn Stardust Clitoral Vibrator and its uses not just for the general consumer but also for the recovery process of those suffering with sexual discomfort or dysfunction.

I may not be a medical doctor, but I have suffered through Vaginismus myself and I feel confident that, had this existed, I would have been jumping for joy for so many different reasons.

It’s beautiful, it’s got a good range of vibrations, it’s got some variety in terms of use, and 10 different vibration functions to play around with.

I recommend the Unihorn for users who feel it will meet their needs, and think you will get what you expect when purchasing this product.

Recommend to:

People who like the Rocks-Off buzz.

People who like pinpoint vibrations.

Vaginismus sufferers looking for a dilator alternative.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who dislike buzzy vibrations.

People who dislike ABS Plastic.

People who prefer a bullet-based design.

The Rocks-Off Unihorn Stardust Clitoral Vibrator was provided to me in exchange for an honest review.