Bnaughty unleashed is designed to pander to your deepest whim with its oblong shape massager, its silky touch, electric vibrations and 7 function corldess remote.Bullets are seriously fun sex toys to play with, especially when they’re cordless like the Bnaughty Unleashed. EdenFantasys.com sent me one to try, and in addition to multiple speeds and vibration patterns, it also features a velvety soft surface and ultra cool controller.

The Bnaughty Unleashed from BSwish comes packaged in a box with pictures and product information printed on the outside.

   

Inside the box is a plastic tray with the bullet, remote control, batteries, storage bag, and user’s instructions.

  

The remote takes a 27A battery, and the bullet needs 2 size N batteries. I hate that this sex toy is powered by odd size batteries, but at least they’re included. I did have some trouble figuring out how to open the bullet to install the batteries. I thought the two halves slid apart, but actually the top slides forward just a little and then lifts off.

  

Both the remote and bullet are a handy size, and the controller is actually pretty discreet as it can easily pass for an MP3 player or similar gadget on first glance. They’re both made from plastic that has a soft, PU coated finish to the surface. The bullet is shaped more like an elongated egg and is slightly larger than the classic silver bullets. There is a seam going all around the bullet where the two halves fit together, but it’s not all that noticeable while in use, and I didn’t find it bothersome.

This bullet vibe can be used externally anywhere, so it’s great for foreplay and clitoral stimulation, but it can also be inserted for some internal vaginal stimulation. Just please remember that the lack of a flared base makes it unsafe for anal play. The bullet’s retrieval cord is flexible if you bend it, but it has enough stiffness to it that it doesn’t flop or flap around. I found that sometimes the cord would sit in an awkward place, depending on how it rested against me. Not that it was necessarily uncomfortable, but I could tell it was there.

Bnaughty Unleashed has 7 different functions to play with. There are 3 speeds of constant vibration, a short escalating pulse, a pulse that sounds a bit like a busy signal only faster, a rapid short, sharp pulse, and a pattern of 2 medium pulses followed by a longer pulse.

The remote has 2 buttons: a power button to turn the motor on and off, and a function button to cycle through the settings. I really appreciate a separate power button because it means you can instantly turn the motor off. This isn’t one of those vibes that remembers which setting it was on, so you’ll have to cycle back to your desired mode when you power it back up again, but that’s not a big deal. Also, there’s a digital display screen on the controller, which is pretty cool because it changes depending on which setting you’re on.

As for the vibrations, they’re more rumbly than buzzy, which is what I prefer, but but in my opinion the motor could definitely use more oomph. It’s only just powerful enough to get the job done for me, and I was also disappointed in how noisy it is. When worn under clothing the sound is muffled, but at the higher speeds it’s clearly audible, so this isn’t something I’ll be slipping in my panties for some covert fun away from the house.

Now for the really bad news: Bnaughty Unleashed is a battery drainer. I played with this toy once, recorded the video, and then the next time I used it the motor started randomly cutting off, so I replaced the N batteries in the bullet. By the way, I put brand-name batteries in there this time, and I noticed a slight increase in power.

However, very soon after that the controller battery died, and finding a size 27A battery was quite a challenge, to say the least. None of the supermarkets or drugstores in my area sell them, nor does my local Target. I finally ended driving to a specialty electronics store, which was out of the way and frankly, I’m not so sure the Bnaughty Unleashed is worth all that hassle. There are other bullets out there that are more powerfulmake less noise, and take regular batteries (or even better, are rechargeable).