The Little Chroma claims that although it has only one vibrational intensity, it's the only one you need. I don't go along with "one speed fits all" any more than "one size fits all," but it is a very nice intensity, despite being powered by just one AA battery. I'm spoiled by my super-strong vibrators, but this one is stronger than I expected -- maybe a 4 out of 5. The motor is replaceable should it give out after many uses, so although the price is hefty, you'll get a lifetime of pleasure from it.
Here's what I expecially like about my Little Chroma:
- It's beautiful. It's slim, designed to please the eye and hand as much as the pleasure spots it touches.
It's always recommended to remove batteries when a toy isn't in use, to prevent the toy from accidentally turning on and wearing itself out. I don't usually bother to do that, but I certainly have to remove the battery from this one, because the vibrator turns on just by closing the cap. There's no on-off switch -- no controls at all, in fact. Open is off; closed is on. (That's why the cap is partially unscrewed in the photos; otherwise it would be buzzing away.) That's not a bad thing -- the tight seal and lack of seams make it waterproof.
It's also sturdy, despite its delicate look. I was testing it in the shower, and accidentally dropped it. It buzzed away on the floor until I picked it up without missing a beat. Of course I don't recommend dropping it on a hard surface, but I was pleased that I did no damange.
Many thanks to Eden Fantasys for sending me this lovely toy to review.