Two AAA batteries are all it takes to get this thing purring (bunnies can purr!) and rev up its dual ends. Crafted to tickle all the parts that make up a good girly O, the Kaya really bunny-hops its way into Climaxtown.
Now, I was initially planning on reviewing the Kaya days ago but, to my dismay, found that it is powered by AAA batteries — not included. That’s a major bummer! So I busted open all the remotes and gaming controllers in the house seeking these little guys to no avail. Hence, making a special trip to the store so I could (eventually) get my rocks off.
The only real bonus I can see to the battery ilk of vibe-land is there’s no charging time. But counting the time spent seeking out those little suckers, it probably would have been just as well to charge up for a few hours. Additionally, I felt that the power of the Kaya was lacking compared to those in my arsenal with a more electrical bent. It seems there’s only one motor in the Kaya, so each pleasure point doesn’t pack the kind of punch it could with a dual-motored design. Maybe this is because there’re only two little AAAs powering it up?
Nevertheless, I was determined to get off with the Kaya. And it’s not like it makes it difficult or anything, just not as easy as some others I’ve sampled. There’s a three-button interface that’s easy to manage even while the rest of the toy is, erm, indisposed, with a + and – button for speed/intensity and a center button for modes. A strong point of the Kaya is it has twelve different vibration modes, and some of these actually were quite stimulating — and I don’t tend to go for those. The only drawback is that, as always the case with single button mode-scrolls, if a happy masturbator accidentally switches from their fave mode, she must cycle back through 11 other options to return to it.
But I found our favorite mode and managed to keep myself on it even while upping the speed, and did, indeed, get my rocks off. That’s the bottom line, right? I consider the Kaya to be basically a “bunny lite” style vibe that could perhaps accompany one on vacation or to a friend’s house for a special night in — basically anytime the Vanity Vr4.5 is left charging up at home.
So, the Kaya is not a bad little vibe… but is definitely more of a slow and steady wins the race kinda bunny.