These Nipplettes are a set of vibrating nipple clamps made by Cal Exotics. I bought this set years ago, and I’m pleased to finally publish a review of them, especially since I’ve been using them more lately. These adjustable-tip clamps are incredibly gentle on the area being pinched. They do not hurt in the least, which is kind of disappointing to me. They are clamps, after all! But alas, their main function is providing a buzzy vibration to the body part they are attached to.
When these have worked best for me is when my nipples have been extra sensitive to vibrations, and when I’ve used these in conjunction to tweezer clamps. The nice thing about nipples is that the sensitivity they have can change over time. Erotic zones on the body can be created and fostered, and the nipples can be one such area. I’ll write more on this topic in time, folks.
Nipplettes open wide to allow space for a rather big chunk of flesh. They are 3/5″ by 2-5/8″ in size and are made of rubber that has a velvety finish to it. While the tip is a bit tapered, I would still say these clamps have a moderately sized tip: somewhere between broad and tapered. These clamps take 6 watch batteries and they come with 12. I haven’t used these very often but I’ve had them for several years and I haven’t had to change the batteries yet. I’d say they are probably water-splash-proof but not anything more than that. The noisiness is moderate; I wish they were quieter but the noise isn’t too distracting either.
At the end of the day, this set is best suited to apply a higher pitched, buzzy vibration to one’s nipples or body parts, than it is to act as clamps. They clamp on just enough to hang on, but not to inflict any pain. Additionally, these might work even better to stimulate other fleshier body parts because they can gently grasp such a large bit of skin. That being said, because these are made of rubber they cannot be disinfected. I’m unsure how safe they are to be in contact with vulvas, but I would err on the side of caution and keep it away from my labia. They have a warning sticker on them saying: Warning: this device should not be used over swollen or inflamed areas or skin eruptions. Do not use on unexplained calf pain–consult physician. Fair enough. xoxo