Fresh by Leaf Vibrator Review

~I received this product from AmazingO for free in exchange for an honest review. This in no way, shape or form has any affect on my opinions on his product.~

So as you may or may not have noticed, I recently reviewed my first Leaf vibrator, Life. I was quite a fan but it took me quite a while to orgasm with it and I was left wishing that the vibrations were just a little bit stronger. But overall, I did really enjoy the Life so I was definitely curious to try more of the Leaf vibrators. Which brings me to my next review of one, this time it’s the Fresh!

First Impressions:

The packaging for the Fresh is the same as for the Life. A clean, attractive and sturdy box with the Fresh sealed in a plastic bag, USB charging lead, user manual and a storage bag. The Fresh is the same shade of green like the Life, which I absolutely love. It’s more pale than it looks in my pictures (although my second pic of the Fresh is pretty close to how it looks in person) but it’s definitely a change from the usual pinks and purples, although I don’t mind those colours that much, I just think it’s a nice change.

Leaf Fresh. Leaf Fresh. Power button.

The Fresh has an unusual shape to it, it looks like a misshapen heart, something I’ve never seen in a sex toy before, I’m pretty into it. I love how it curves into a point at the end, the curve may look simple but it’s actually a really ergonomic design. In use I’ve found that the curve fits snugly along my thumb and also my fingers. Plus, the power button is along the top so while my finger is placed on the curve, my thumb is placed on the power button, making it incredibly easy to function and manoeuvre around my clit. The Fresh has a seam running the entire length of it like the Life, which I always dislike in luxury toys but for most people I don’t think it’s a big deal. The tip on the Fresh is quite firm, it can only bend very slightly, and has some very slight squish in the tip.

With the Fresh, it functions the same way as the Life, which annoys me. I hated it in the Life and I hate it with the Fresh. To turn on the Fresh, press the singular button and then go through the vibrations, you have to hold down on the power button instead of just pressing the button each time you want to go to a different speed. If you accidentally press the power button once while going through the speeds, the Fresh will turn itself off, and then you have to turn it back on and start from the beginning. It’s just so unnecessary for a vibrator to function like this, not to mention extremely annoying if you’re in the middle of masturbating or on the verge of orgasm and that happens. It wouldn’t be so bad if the Fresh had a memory function so if you were to accidentally turn it off, it would remember the speed you were on so you wouldn’t have to go through them all again. But unfortunately, it doesn’t.

To charge the Fresh, it has a charging port in the top of it, and again I really hate charging ports. I just feel like I’m skewering my vibrator and as if I’m damaging it. I know that sounds silly but I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels this way.

My Experience with the Fresh:

 I’m trying not to compare the Fresh to the Life, but it’s really difficult when the Fresh is the only second vibrator I’ve tried from the Leaf range. I prefer the Fresh over the Life, but it’s hard for me to figure out why. They’re not really all that different from each other. They both have the same type of vibrations and the same level of power. So what is it, that makes me prefer the Fresh? I’d take a guess and assume that it’s because the Fresh has an ergonomic design and the tip is a lot more firm and not nearly as flexible as the tip on the Life.

Using the Fresh is a lot easier than using the Life, I can go through the speeds so much easier as the power button is located on the side of the Fresh, which is where my index finger naturally falls while I’m holding the fresh. The tip on the Fresh is great and I can move it around my clit really easily, and the tip gets to some hard to reach places underneath my clitoral hood. I wasn’t able to do that with the Life because the tip is a lot more squishy and flexible, and it also isn’t as pinpoint as the tip on the Fresh.

An interesting thing to note is that if I apply too much pressure on my clit with the Fresh, the vibrations feels a lot weaker and I can’t feel much of anything. The best way for me to use the Fresh is put barely any pressure on my clit and just concentrate the tip into the more sensitive parts of my clit.

Being honest here, I’ve yet to orgasm with the Fresh. I think this is because the Fresh kinda forces me to use it, in a way I don’t usually use a vibrator. This isn’t really a bad thing as I like experimenting with toys and a vibrator that needs to be used in a slightly different way to ones I’ve used in the past, makes the Fresh stand out a little in my toybox.

Verdict:

I do prefer the Fresh over the Life, as I previously mentioned. But I just wish the Fresh was stronger. I do realise that the Leaf vibrators will all have the same vibration strength, but their designs are all different so it’s likely I’ll prefer some over the others. Like I do with the Fresh over the Life. But I think the Leaf vibrators could be improved upon. Luckily, Leaf do have improved versions of the originals, which is great if they’ve decided to make them more powerful and get rid of the stupid way they all function. Hopefully, I’ll be able to review some of the improved designs in the future. Could be very interesting to compare.

Where to Buy?

At the moment, I can’t seem to locate a link on AmazingO for the Fresh but I’ve contacted them about it so I shall be updating this review with the link once I have it. Stay tuned!