The Lovense Domi is the competitor to that staple of sex-toy collections: the Hitachi Magic Wand. It is compact, Bluetooth enabled, app controlled, and tip responsive, and as with most Lovense toys, has an almost unparalleled ease of use when it comes to these features. As with the Esca and Esca 2, the interactive capabilities of this toy are limited to 1-way control, so your customer can control the device, but it won’t connect to their toy.
Despite packing a huge and pleasurable punch, the Lovense Domi is much smaller than your typical Hitachi, coming in at 9.2 inches. The body is plastic and the head is flexible, smooth, body-safe silicon. 90 minutes of charge time equates to roughly 90 minutes of continuous use. It’s easy to clean, and water resistant (not water proof because of the charge port).
For short-range or long distance use, connecting the Lovense Domi to the Lovense Connect app is a snap. Just download the app and it auto-detects the Domi, establishing a connection with a single tap. From the app, you’re able to customize your low, medium and high settings, as well as control the “disco light” located just below the head. This light is super-practical for cam models, as it will give your customer a visual queue to let them know the toy is working. One drawback is that the light can only be turned off from the app. There’s no way to do it from the toy itself.
The Lovense Domi is widely considered the most powerful (and therefore the most popular) wand-style vibrator on the market, and for good reason. The level 2 vibration settings are extremely intense, to the point where many users never have the need to move to the “too hot to handle” level 3. Level 3 is so strong that many a cam-model might lose the power of speech, a critical tool of the trade, from prolonged use. The most glaring drawback here is the level 1 setting. At level 2 and above, the head of the Domi is pitch-perfect in emulating the rotating sensation of a Hitachi. At level 1, it feels more like a straight, lack-luster vibration. Another issue with level 1 is that it causes the handle to shake violently, which makes you have to grip it hard to keep from dropping it. This shaking inexplicably disappears at higher settings.
These power levels are adjusted from the up and down buttons located on the handle. You can also adjust and customize them from the app, and even have the toy respond to music. Changing modes on the Domi itself is simple, but another minor flaw is that these buttons are flush with the handle and sensitive. If you’re maintaining a firm grip, it’s very easy to accidentally hit the buttons and cycle to a different setting.
Adult Toy Interactivity:
In your chatroom, the Lovense Domi can be used manually (meaning its settings and use are entirely up to you), as a tip responsive toy that activates for a length of time that corresponds with a customer’s tip, or as a 1-way toy where you can give your customer control of the device. The customizable power settings are a huge benefit for cam models, as this toy has the power to push you to the limits of your endurance. But, if you keep the power setting too low, the device will cause your hand and arm to shake visibly.
The Lovense Domi wins huge points for power, ease of use, and versatility. Its most glaring drawbacks are:
- Sensitive buttons are easy to press during play.
- The handle vibrates on low-power settings, making it more taxing to grip the toy if you don’t want to turn the power up.
- The fun “disco light” can’t be disabled from the device. Only the app.
This super powerful microphone-shaped magic wand can be an absolute thrill to use. It’s compact, easy to clean, and has a decent battery life. At higher power settings you may have to pace yourself. Whether controlling it through tips or through 1-way interactivity, customers are going to love your reactions. While the Lovense Domi is by no means unusable at lower settings, a long cam session while keeping a tight grip on the shaking handle can be taxing. Best to maintain a cool Level 2.
Get more information at the Lovense Domi website