When I got Je Joue’s FiFi, I was excited. No, I was fucking thrilled. At that time – Fifi was the nicest thing I had to put inside my vagina. Fifi made me want to take my toy reviewing to another level. Then I used her. What a let down. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE Je Joue’s products! Mimi and Uma are my two favorite and most often used toys (at this time.) If you want to check out the review that I did for the Mimi or the review that I did for the Uma, you can.
However, Fifi was such an extreme let down. Although a wonderfully made piece of sex toy, It just didn’t fit me. It was a great in every other way, but it was just those jacked up ears that couldn’t get it together. They sent me right into “WTFland. That doesn’t mean that Fifi won’t work for you. Hell, it might send you over the moon. The point is, not every sex toy fits every body type.
Je Joue’s FiFi is a rabbit type vibrator that is geared towards those who enjoy simultaneous clitoral and vaginal stimulation. The toy is of average size and its ease of use should interest both beginners and more advanced sex toy users. The Fifi’s controls are easily located at the front of the toy making it enjoyable with a partner or in solo play.
Fifi is fine to play with while completely submersed in water and functions exactly the same as it does out of water. While not completely discreet, Fifi looks like a much cuter version of the original rabbit vibrators out there.
MATERIAL and TEXTURE
The Fifi is made from a hard inner form and covered with an incredibly soft matte coat made of 100% silicone. Silicone is known to repel dirt, bacteria, and is non-porous. It’s made of food-grade material, is hypo-allergenic, latex, and phthalates free.
There is no smell or taste to the Fifi and the only flexibility found in the toy is located in the ‘ears’, and even that is minimal. The smooth texture can be enjoyed by anyone and makes only a small amount of water based lube necessary. Since Fifi has a silicone coat ONLY use a water based lube.
Je Joue’s FiFi is designed to be a rabbit style vibrator. It’s ears are each almost 2 inches long and a bit more bulbous at the tip where a small motor is located in each. The ears come off the toy at about a 40 degree angle and are the only part of the toy where you will find any flexibility at all and even that is limited. FiFi’s entire length is 8 inches long with only about 5 of those inches being insertable. It has a circumference of 4.5 inches at the end of the shaft and about 3 inches at the smallest (middle) part of the shaft.
The Fifi has multiple uses. The body of the product is used to stimulate the inside of the vagina and G-spot while the ears are meant to stimulate the clitoral area. Unfortunately, there is only one set of controls for all three motors. The motors are located at the end of the Fifi’s shaft and one in each ear. Since they are not each independently controlled, when you change the power of the body, the power of ears change, too.
HINT: I had a *very* hard time getting the middle button to press.
There’s a positive sign (+) and a negative sign (-). If you press and hold the positive sign, the toy will turn on. If you press and hold the negative sign, the toy will turn off. Pressing the positive sign will allow you to explore Fifi’s five different intensity settings, each one being a constant rumble, the next more stronger than the last.
Fifi has six different patterns:
1. A half of a second pulse on the lowest level of intensity. All motors vibrate together.
2. A quick climax from the second level of intensity down to the first. All motors vibrate together.
3. 1/4 of a second pulse on the third level of intensity. All motors vibrate together.
4. A half of a second pulse on the fourth level of intensity. The ears vibrate back and forth while the shaft is one a one second vibration.
5.1/4 of a climbing pulse to the fifth level of intensity. The shaft motor vibrates and then both ear motors vibrate back and forth.
6. A half second pulse on the sixth level of intensity. During this pattern the shaft motor vibrates first, then the ears vibrate simultaneously.
Fifi is also a bit loud. The toy can be heard through covers and possibly through a closed door. The more pressure applied to the toy, the louder it seems to get.
Fifi has a two hour life span before it must be charged. It charges while attached to its magnetic charging port. The magnets connect to the buttons and in two hours, Fifi will be at full charge again. While the toy is charging, the tiny Je Joue heart will flash. When the two hours are up and Fifi is fully charged, the heart will completely glow.
CARE and MAINTENANCE
Since silicone attracts fuzzies, hair and lint so easily, it’s best to store Fifi in a plastic or cloth bag. You can only store 100% silicone toys with other 100% silicone toys or else damage to the toys may occur.
Because this toy has a motor, it can’t tossed in the dishwasher.
Quick and easy ways to disinfect/sanitize and clean are:
1. Use a clean, soft cloth and a 10% bleach solution to wipe down the toy. (This will sterilize your Fifi)
2. Toy wipes, or any other wipe that says “sanitizing” or “anti-bacterial” on the packaging.
3. Use a clean soft cloth soaked with a soapy water solution. Rub together a bit of antibacterial soap and warm water and give the toy a good wipe down.
4. Use a tiny bit of rubbing alcohol.
Fifi should be used with water based lubricants only.
Fifi comes in a plastic, recyclable box with a picture of the toy and information in several different languages on it explaining that it’s waterproof and rechargeable. Inside the plastic box is a more designer, discreet, black box that is more appropriate for storage. It houses the small, magnetic charger, a small information booklet, and the toy itself.