Review of Envy One by Jopen

The Good:
• Rechargeable
• Silicone
• Waterproof
• Decent vibrations

The Bad:
• Gets hot
• Issues with light indicator
• Expensive

Overall Rating:
Intensity Level: 4/5       Noise Level: 2/5

Like most women, I’m a girl who’s obsessed with clit vibes. I feel like you can never get too many, and I’m always looking out there for the best one. Or at least something better than what I think is the best clit atmosphere out there. I was extremely happy to see that they had a tiny version when I first saw the Envy line. It wasn’t as tiny as I expected it to be, and I’d actually prefer something a little bigger. I have never previously owned a Jopen item, so I had high hopes for it. I’m always reading great stuff about their energy and silicone stuff, and I’d expect nothing less than excellent with such a high price tag.

Material:

Jopen’s entire Envy line is made of silicone; a material that is odorless, non-porous and hypoallergenic. If, upon arrival, your toy has a faint smell, it’s because of the packaging it comes in. Mine had a very weak smell, but once I washed it, it went away entirely. The silicone fabric is soft, but it’s not soft buttery like some of my other (loved) silicone toys. This silicone has a tiny drag, enough to add a tiny quantity of water-based lubricant. Make sure you only use this toy with a water-based lubricant or a silicone lubricant of high quality that you understand will not respond to the product. I highly recommend that you test your place. There’s also a seam along the toy’s sides, but during use they can’t be felt or noticed, so it’s not much. It has a tendency to collect lint, but I have toys that are much worse, so this one isn’t that bad.

Charging:

A USB charger comes with the Envy One. You can either charge it on your desktop or you can use a wall plug-in USB charging adapter. Located at the bottom of the toy, the charging port has the same type of plug as a couple of headphones / ear phones, so it’s very simple to figure out.

The Envy One requires a full charge of 2.5 hours. You should get 4.5 hours of play time at low velocity with a full charge, and 2 hours of play time at elevated velocity. I can tell the batter was on the largest environment for the last two hours, but I noticed it was starting to weaken as time passed.

My process of charging didn’t go very smooth. A red light came on when I plugged in the Envy One, but when I looked over at it about 5 minutes later, the toy wasn’t all lit up. I unplugged it, plugged it in, and the light went on again. I looked at it again and the light switched off, but anyway I just let sit on the charger for a few hours. My toy appeared to be fully charged after a few hours passed. I was quite upset about the light problem. It had me wondering if it even charged, and also unsure of when charging was accomplished.

Shape / Size:

The Envy One is a tiny vibrator with a tapered tip that provides pin-pointed vibrations. Although it’s a tiny vibrator, on the bulky side I still believe it’s a bit. I would like it to be a bit slimmer and shorter personally. It resembles the famous We-Vibe Salsa, except that the Envy is longer, broader, and silicone-covered.

The Envy One measures in length 4.5 inches and diameter 1.25 inches. It’s large enough that you could use it as a teaser to tease the vaginal opening, but the size is best for clitoral and external stimulation as well as for some shallow insertion.

Controls / Functions:

The Envy One comes with 7 functions programmed and you change the speeds from low to high in increments. On the toy’s bottom there are two buttons that control everything.  The letter F is on one of the buttons. That button scrolls through the seven distinct patterns of vibration. The other button enables on and off the toy and improves the intensity of the vibration. To switch off the toy, it only requires one press of the blank button, so accidentally turning it off during use is very simple. On the plus hand, it brings you right back to where you left off when you switch it on. Honestly, I had to find out how to do this thing a little bit. At first, it may be a little tricky.

Vibrations:

The vibrations on this toy are powerful, but they’re not going through the silicone really well. I’d say the silicone reduces that toy’s real potential. After charging it, the vibrations are the strongest and rumblest. They weaken fairly rapidly, and when applying pressure they also weaken. I’m someone who puts a lot of pressure on me, so that’s certainly a problem for me. Vibrations can be felt throughout the toy, but at the tip they’re strongest. The vibrations started to become mildly numbing fingers after about 20 minutes. Again, I believe the way the silicone distributes the vibrations could have something to do with it. I was really impressed with the amount of noise. When it’s on, you can hear a slight rattle, but I doubt anyone would hear it in a distinct space.

Keeping It Safe / Packaging:

The Envy One comes packed in a really nice box that’s perfect for storing your toy inside, but I was really surprised that it didn’t include a storage pouch. Even though the box is great for storing your toy at home, if you want to travel with it, it’s nice to have a pouch for it. The Envy One is certainly friendly to travel, so if you bring it with you, I would suggest finding a pouch to store it in. The packaging comes with some back data, and inside the box is also included a tiny pamphlet.

Keeping It Clean:

The Envy One is waterproof at 100% and very simple to clean. You can’t boil it or run it through the dishwasher, so with a mild soap or a toy cleaner of your choice you have to wash it in warm water.

My Experience:

I had high hopes for my Envy One as I said before. It wasn’t all I expected to be, unfortunately. The first issue I had was the issue of charging. Although the toy seems to charge completely well, all sorts of jacked-up are the light indicator. My second problem was how warm it began to get as I used it. I was able to feel the heat from the toy warming up my vagina about 15-20 minutes into my playtime. It’s not burning you or anything, but it’s very noticeable and it can begin feeling uneasy. I wouldn’t honestly spend the $100 variety asking for the price for these stuff. My salsa and tango are cheaper than that, and I like them better than that.

If you are interested in Jopen buying the Envy One, you can discover it on the website of LoveHoney.