No relation to Nancy Kulp's character on "The Beverly Hillbillies", she indeed was the character that "Miss Jane" was based on via a chance late-night sexual encounter she had with the TV show's creator, Paul Henning (also creator of Petticoat Junction and Green Acres), in 1960 to organize the presidential campaign of John F. Kennedy.
Jayne remains a little pissed to this day for this 1961 "identity theft" by the TV studio, but is not making a big deal about it.
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Posh 10 Function Silicone Pleasure Pack Review
by Jayne Hathaway at Sssh.com.
DESCRIPTION: A 10-function stimulator designed for use with or without the luxurious body safe Silicone sleeve. Ergonomically contoured easy touch designer controller with LED. Hold button for 3 seconds to turn off. 10 powerful functions of vibration, pulsation, and escalation. Universal plug-in jack.
I’ll have to admit, when the Posh Pleasure Pack arrived in the mail from California Exotics for my review, I was a little confused at first by the design concept. It had a bit of a “Retro Science Fiction” look to it – sort of an homage to a Classic Star Trek phaser gun with an elongated Tribble on a cord hanging off of it. But, California Exotics has yet to send me a Dr. Who prop replica yet, so I suspended disbelief, put on a happy face, and dug into my review.
Now curious about what this little guy could do, I peeked at the specs…..
- 2.25” x 1.25”/5.75 cm x 3.25 cm
- 10 function stimulator designed for use with or without the luxurious body safe Silicone sleeve
- Ergonomically contoured, easy touch designer controller with LED
- Hold button for 3 seconds to turn off
- 10 powerful functions of vibration, pulsation, and escalation
- Universal plug-in jack
- Silicone (sleeve, controller inlay) ABS (stimulator) ABS with PU Cote (controller) Phthalate-Free PVC (cord)
- Requires 2 AAA Batteries
First, let’s take a look at the promotional video so you can perhaps understand my puzzled reaction:
Sometimes, I Google around to see what other people may have said about a pleasure product that I am reviewing, but in this instance, there WERE no reviews online. Even at Amazon where some customers are always lurking to say something about anything. Even something silly. Were other folks just too afraid to try it out or comment on it? Ah! I was now breaking virgin territory with this new device!
After taking the Pleasure Pack 3 out of its “functional but not very pretty” packaging, I loaded in the required AAA batteries and pressed the “Go” button.
WHOA! This thing is INTERESTING! Not only did the “Tribble” begin to dance in my hand, but the phaser gun button started a light show better than a Yani concert! This indeed was some pretty clever high tech engineering, so I headed for my favorite sofa and gave it a test run.
Once I got the hang of what the various functions were, I tested it out as a clit stimulator. It worked. VERY well, I might add. After having a nice high tech orgasm, I decided to try it for vaginal insertion. That was a little weird, as the “Tribble” tended to want to travel upward with a mind of its own and the only way to retrieve it was to haul it back out by the power cord. At that point, I wisely decided not to give it a try for anal for obvious reasons.
The Posh 10-Function Silicone Pleasure Pack 3 is a true “Novelty Product”. It’s funky, and the orange colored one that I reviewed added a sort of Lava Lamp vibe to the whole thing. As it’s reasonably priced, and highly unusual, I would recommend this product for someone looking for something totally different to expand their toy collection. I’m pretty sure it’s not a “primary toy favorite” of mine, but I still take it out occasionally as a secondary vibrator for my clit when using a G-Spot vibrator. At the end of the day, it’s pretty cool and I’m happy to have one!
And, all Star Trek kidding and humor aside, this toy is very well-made from quality materials and it has a surprising amount of horsepower for something so compact. Yes, the design is a little offbeat, but it’s akin to one of those songs like McArthur Park that you have absolutely NO idea what was going through the songwriter’s head (or in this case, the toy designer’s), but once you’ve gotten a taste of it, it becomes an old friend for years to come.
You can get your own Posh 10 Function Silicone Pleasure Pack at Amazon for around $21.00. Not a bad deal for something this unique.
Beam me up, Scotty!
Jayne Hathaway is a feature columnist and pleasure product reviewer at Sssh.com
[This item was provided free of charge to me as part of the California Exotics Reviewers program, and is in compliance with FTC guidelines.]