Review: tokidoki x Lovehoney Bullet Vibrator

These bullet vibrators are from the collaborative collection between Lovehoney and the Japan inspired Italian lifestyle brand tokidoki. There are two ‘series’ of these bullet vibrators, all identical except for the external design. This, along with the price point, makes me suspect they’re trying to incite collectors. And it’s working I think- I have two in different designs purely because of the designs.

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The vibes are made of PU coated ABS plastic, and measure about 3.75” from end to end. The circumference is around 2.2”, they are submergible, and the vibes take one AAA battery (which is not included). The plastic is super smooth, and the vibes are super easy to clean after use- just wash them under running water with soap or a specialised toy cleaner. They cost £12.99 from Lovehoney UK and $14.99 from Lovehoney.com.

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The two designs I own are Swoop and Circuits. Swoop is blue, featuring a cute pink, purple, and white swallow design. Circuits is white and has two boxing glove wearing blue robot characters on it, which quite frankly caters to all my interests. There’s a lot of other designs if they seem more your thing, from skeletons and devils to bunnies and unicorns. The bullets come packaged in a cardboard sleeve, with a cut-out plastic window to show off the bullet itself. All the packaging is very on brand.

I’ll be honest and preface this with the fact I didn’t expect much from the tokidoki x Lovehoney Single Speed vibes. I don’t have many good experiences with single speed bullet vibes, and I was expecting it to be super buzzy, with the aesthetic being the selling point. Turns out they are buzzy, but an actual passable buzzy, rather than an irritating one. I’m sort of a borderline power king, in that I find buzzy vibes to be frustrating to use, but I can get off with non-rumbly vibrations. And these are the nice end of buzzy- not too high pitched, pretty quiet,

The tip of these bullets is rounded rather than pointed, making it less suited for pinpoint stimulation, but the flat end does create a different sensation. It’s hard to describe, but I’ve enjoyed rubbing the flat end on the head of my dick- the fact the sensation isn’t pinpoint makes it excellent for teasing. When I want to orgasm proper, it actually can get me off! I’m a Doxy boy generally, so I was surprised at this, and especially at how quickly I could get off. That’s not to say it didn’t take work, and I had to position the vibe at an awkward angle, with one of the corners that lead to the flat top pressing against me, but an orgasm actually happened. And well within the 5-10 minute mark.

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The bullets are not genital specific, and can be used with pretty much all anatomies. I feel like the vibration intensity is more suited to standard issue penises than it is for my anatomy- pressing it against the glans has received pretty good feedback, as has pressing it against the (more sensitive) base on a neo-penis(1).

The vibration intensity is pretty great for nipples, for what it’s worth. I used it on myself through two layers of clothing, and still got something out of it. I have found these bullets excellent for slipping into the vibe pocket in my RodeoH harnesses, and I find the single speed matters less here, as I wouldn’t be able to turn it up or down when I’m using the harness anyway.

The tokidoki x Lovehoney bullet vibrators are cute little vibes that are good for their price. They’re not going to satisfy power kings and queens or those who prefer patterns on their vibrators, but they are about as good as single speeds are going to get. The aesthetic really is a selling point here, and fans of the the tokidoki brand, kaiwaii aesthetics, or CG/L might be interested primarily based on that. If you like the aesthetics, need a quiet vibrator, and aren’t too dependent on high power, I’d be happy to suggest the tokidoki bullet vibes as a product for you. But if you’re looking for a more powerful and rumbly vibrator, or just aren’t a fan of tokidoki’s aesthetics, I’d suggest giving this one a miss.


(1) A neo-penis is a penis that has been constructed through phalloplasty, which is a genital reassignment surgery some transmasculine people undergo. It’s generally more sensitive near the base, as this is where the original anatomy is ‘buried’


These toys were purchased of my own free will, and I was not compensated in the form of cash or a free toy in return for a review. Affiliate links were used in this post

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