Review of the Fun Factory DeLight–Click ‘N’ Charge

DeLight-Click-N-ChargeThe Fun Factory DeLight is a vibrator that is intended for simultaneous internal (g-spot) and external (clitoral) stimulation. It used to come in a plastic case that was used for charging as well as storage. That has been replaced due to Fun Factory’s new Click ‘N’ Charge technology. According to their website, that means that it’s now quieter and has a longer-lasting motor. I don’t have the original, so I can’t make any comparisons.


Length: 6″
Insertable length: 4″
Circumference: 4 1/4″
Diameter: 1 3/8”
Weight: 1 lb


A video by Fun Factory so that you can see how the design of this toy is supposed to work with the body.

I don’t have any problems with the size, other than the bump for clitoral stimulation not lining up with my clitoris. If I want the hook to line up with my g-spot just right, the clitoral stimulation bump ends up about half an inch below my clitoris. This can be remedied with a little rocking to intermittently get it closer.

The hooked silicone end is perfect to reach my g-spot. I tend to get on my knees and keep my tush in the air while using the DeLight, wiggling and rocking it to orgasm. The silicone isn’t as stiff as I thought it would be, so it may not be ideal for those who are used to the firm pressure of something solid like glass.

Depending on the size of your fingers, you may have a slight issue fitting them through the loop. Mine are fairly small, but two barely fit through the loop. My husband can only fit one fit through it.

: Although it was designed for g-spot and clitoral stimulation, I see no reason why the Fun Factory DeLight could not be used anally for prostate massage. I have heard of this being done, and I would consider this toy anal-safe, due to the shape of the curved handle. Because of this toy’s curvature, you shouldn’t have to worry about it getting lost in the rectal cavity and having to take a trip to the E.R. to remove it. Since the DeLight was not made with anal penetration in mind, though, I advise you to be careful.

Because the connection of the plastic to the silicone may be difficult to completely sterilize, I do suggests a condom for anal use, and a condom if you plan on sharing.

Waterproof: The DeLight is only splashproof. That means you should not submerge it. It can be used in the shower, though.

Material / Texture:

Material: Plastic / Silicone (latex and phthalates-free)

Compatible Lubricants: Use water-based lubricants only with the DeLight. Silicone-based lubricants can damage silicone toys.

Texture: The plastic is very smooth and glossy, while the silicone has a velvety matte finish.

The silicone is a bit plush, and can be bent. It’s got a slight seam running down the middle, but it’s soft and not noticeable. I can feel the seam of the silicone to the plastic with my finger, though, and have noticed that a small crevice appears if the silicone is bent just a bit, making it easy for lubricant and bodily fluids to get trapped. For this reason, despite being able to sterilize plastic and silicone, I wouldn’t recommend sharing it. If you do, make sure you clean the toy very well and use a condom with it.

I haven’t had any issues with anything building up, but I tend to be a germaphobe and imagine the miniscule amount of bacteria not getting cleaned up and doing harm.

Cleaning: Since it’s splashproof, you can simply wash it with soap and water, or with a toy cleaner or wipe.

Storage: You could store the Fun Factory DeLight in it’s original packaging, if you wish. The little cradle inside the box keeps it safe and prevents it from moving around, while the box keeps it safe from dust and whatnot. Keep it out of direct sun and extreme temperatures. Never let your toys touch, lest they end up fusing together.

Power: Click n’ Charge (rechargeable)

The initial charge can take up to 6 hours (what the instructions say) or 12 hours (what the website says) before complete. Plug in the Click ‘N’ Charge adapter and then attach the magnetic plug to the DeLight. During charging, the plug will glow red, and the control panel will emit a pulsing red light. Charging is complete when the red light turns off.

Noise Level: I can hear the DeLight under the covers on the highest intensity setting, but it’s barely even audible through a closed door. If I wasn’t listening for it so intently, I wouldn’t have noticed it.

Vibration Level
: The vibrations are decently strong, but my Yooo seems stronger. The highest level isn’t enough to get me off in a few minutes, but that’s not what the Fun Factory DeLight was designed for. This is a vibe to take your time with, not a “wham, bam, thank you ma’am”.

To me, the vibrations feel rumbly yet buzzy. It’s a little difficult to explain… My hands don’t get that itchy feeling that buzzy vibes give them, yet the vibrations aren’t rumbly enough to provide too much more than surface vibrations; the vibes do resonate a little past the surface, but it’s not like how it would feel with the bass pumping on a stereo. I love being able to feel the music move through me… but I’m getting off topic.

The curved silicone end transmits the vibrations the best. I can’t feel them as much on the handle end. If I turn the toy around and hold it by the silicone hook, I can feel the vibrations feathering out from the edge of my palm and into my wrist slightly.

Modes/Patterns: The DeLight has 8 vibration intensities and 3 vibration patterns (depicted in the video below, along with visuals of the packaging). I quite like the patterns because they’re a continuous flowing pattern. Instead of something like “buzz buzz stop buzz buzz stop” you get more of a rollercoaster effect “buzzzZZZZbuzzzZZZ”.


The Delight is a nice toy, but it’s not going to be for everyone due to the fact that people are just shaped differently. Depending on your body, this may or may not line up with both your g-spot and your clitoris. I had to work with mine to figure out what would be the best position and techniques for me to use with it.

Also keep in mind that this toy offers a softer pressure on your g-spot than something more solid like glass would. It’s not that it’s squishy, it’s just really slightly squeezable and bendable.

Other than that, Fun Factory DeLight is rechargeable, quiet enough that your roommate won’t hear it when you’re in the other room, it has a wide range of speeds and intensities, and the controls are pretty darn easy to use. It does have a lot going for it. I’m still not sure how I feel about the vibrations, but I think it’s just because I’m used to my little powerhouse Yooo.

October 19th, 2016 by