Trouvaille Banana Cleaner Review

Trouvaille Banana Cleaner Review

Hey everyone, today I'm going to review the Trouvaille Banana Cleaner from Anesidora. Now, let's cut straight to the chase - this toy doesn't promise to be a revolutionary innovation. In fact, it's pretty straightforward in its functionality. But hey, simplicity isn't always a bad thing, right?

The Basics

So, what exactly does this toy do?  In essence, it's a hand job simulator. But hold your horses, it's not hands-free, it doesn't offer multiple speeds, and it doesn't have any fancy bells and whistles. You press a button, and it does its thing. That's it. No frills, no fuss.

The Gripes

Now, here's where things get a bit dicey. The biggest issue with this toy is its design flaw - you have to hold it while it's doing its job. Kind of defeats the purpose, doesn't it? I mean, if I wanted to put in the effort, I might as well just go old-school and use my own hand.

And here's the kicker - it's supposed to be hands-free. There's a cap at the bottom that hints at the possibility of a hands-free suction cup attachment, but guess what? It's not included. Talk about a missed opportunity.


The Performance

Let's talk about the actual experience. The insert is, well, let's just say it's not the most stimulating. It's stretchy to the point where it lacks any real friction, so it feels more like a gentle caress than anything else. And don't even get me started on the lackluster motor - it's not exactly a powerhouse.

Value for Money

Now, let's talk numbers. This toy retails for $44, but with a 10% discount code (which, by the way, applies to the entire site), it's a bit more palatable. However, even with the discount, it's hard to justify the price when there are better options out there for a hands-free experience.


Pros and Cons


- Simple functionality

- Straightforward design

- Easy to use


- Lack of stimulation due to overly stretchy insert



Final Thoughts

So, where does that leave us? Well, let's be real - this toy falls short in more ways than one. It's not hands-free, it's not particularly stimulating, and it's not exactly a steal at $44. Sure, you could use the discount code and explore other offerings on the site, but I'd advise giving this one a hard pass.

In the end, the Trouvaille Banana Cleaner from Anesidora is a bit of a letdown. It's a half-baked attempt at a hand job simulator that ultimately misses the mark. Save your money and invest in something that's truly worth your while.

And hey, Anesidora, if you're listening - maybe consider including that hands-free suction cup next time. Just a thought.

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