Shibari Mini Halo: Review & Ranking

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Rank: #51 of 123 vibrators worldwide

Make: Shibari Wands (Based in Unknown)

Type: Wand Vibrator/massager, Clit Vibrator

Colors:

"Black"
"Pink"
"Purple"

Rechargeable: Yes

Body Safe: Yes

Waterproof: No (But splash proof)

Submersible: No

Storage Pouch Included: No

Product Rank

Shibari Mini Halo has a PleasureScore™ of 69/100, placing it #51 on the PleasureScore™ 2018 Vibrator Ranking Chart.

The Bottom Line

The Shibari Mini Halo undoubtedly delivers pleasure with its impressive power and vibration quality. But just like its counterpart, the Shibari Halo, there are relatively high product defect reports. While we would like to recommend the Shibari Mini Halo like many users do, we ought say too: "Buyer beware."

13 reasons to buy

1.A majority —81%— enjoyed the Shibari Mini Halo for external stimulation. Notable remarks indicate that it delivered orgasms quickly and effectively.
2.Testers commended the intensities of Mini Halo's vibrations considerably. According to them, vibrations at their most powerful levels feel "deep, rumbly, and penetrating."
3.Users discovered the shape of its head allows for either broad or pinpoint stimulation depending on the angle; its flexible neck allows for versatile stimulation.
4.The toy is coated with high-grade silicone, giving it a comfortable, "really soft, silky" feel.
5.The Shibari Mini Halo features a combination of 20 different speeds and pulsation settings. Some users were delighted to discover that each pulsation's intensity can be adjusted separately.
6.It works well as a body massager too; testers enjoyed using it to soothe the shoulders, neck, and back.
7.Notably, a tester suffering from degenerative disc disease discovered the Shibari Mini Halo had a therapeutic effect on the small knots that developed in her cervical muscles because of the disease.
8.The Shibari Mini Halo is compatible with a variety of attachments purchased separately from Shibariwands.com.
9.Numerous owners write the Shibari Mini Halo is true to its name, being lightweight and conveniently-sized. It is travel-friendly and easy to carry. At least one user discovered that its compact size makes it usable between the two of you during intercourse.
10.Shibari doesn't specify the battery life of the Mini Halo, but some women attested that it lasts a long time on a single charge; two separately mentioned that each charge lasted approximately 3-4 uses.
11.Its silicone is body-safe.
12.It is water-resistant though not submersible; it can be used in the shower but not the bath; cleaning is easy.
13.A minority of buyers complimented the Mini Halo on its looks. It has a "sleek," "cute" design that is "more pleasant than some other wands out now-a-days." It is available in Pink, Amethyst and Black.

12 reasons not to buy

1.Too frequently (50%), owners reported some degree of product failure. In some cases the motor would weaken or become very loud. Other times the Mini Halo would stop charging properly or its charger would break; sometimes it would stop turning on altogether; sometimes it would stop working after three to six months, or it would be broken right out of the box.
2.Although several women commented that it looks sturdy, a woman who accidentally dropped her Mini Halo from 5′ was disappointed to discover that it became faulty.
3.A minority of women did not enjoy the Shibari Mini Halo's stimulation. They felt the vibration strength was insufficient, not for power-lovers and not as powerful as the Magic Wand. A single woman felt the Mini Halo's vibrations were rather too strong for use on her clitoris.
4.A few buyers did not see the need for so many different intensities and pulsations; one wrote that she could hardly distinguish between the different intensities anyway.
5.According to one, the head felt too small and "too hard headed for comfort." She preferred a "more rounded and 'cushiony' head."
6.One tester criticised the Mini Halo's neck for not being flexible enough, needing much pressure to bend it.
7.A small number of owners complained about handle vibrations and sensations of numbness in the hand, particularly with the Mini Halo's intenser settings.
8.The Mini Halo turns on at the highest intensity. This was inconvenient for testers who preferred gradual increases of vibration intensities. Switching to the lowest intensity involves pressing the speed button eight times, and without a memory function buyers were frustrated with having to do this every time.
9.As the buttons are small and flushed with the handle, they have been criticized as hard to find; even more so in the dark. Reportedly, the silicone coat can shift, making the buttons difficult to press.
10.The Shibari Mini Halo cannot be used while charging.
11.One woman discovered the Mini Halo's silicone attracts hair and dust, and so should be kept carefully or washed before use.
12.Despite a seemingly affordable price point of $59 (thereabouts), the common occurrence of product failures often led buyers to regret that it is not worth its price.

This assessment and grading was based on +1 expert review and +38 verified user reviews. Dated . Read our ranking methodology. Own a Shibari Mini Halo? We invite you to submit a Shibari Mini Halo review.

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