Fun Factory Bouncer — Test & Review

   Flora Winters
Feb 22, 2024

Fun Factory Bouncer — Test & Review<

Flora Winters
: 27
: Intermediate
: Female
: Demi-Pansexual
: Satisfyer Pro 2

  • Can comfortably use toys with 1.57-inch diameters
  • Love firm, but flexible dildos
  • Enjoy the sensation of anal beads
  • Want a dildo for pegging/harness use
  • Desire more stimulation than thrusting
  • Prefer an anal-compatible toy

  • Want a working suction cup
  • Can't comfortably fit 1.57-inch diameters
  • Desire strong vibrations
  • Prefer squishy dildos

If you quiver for rough penetration with a touch of unpredictable interest, the Fun Factory Bouncer may rock your world. The hollow shaft houses 3 weighted balls, which bounce and vibrate upon movement. Experience shockwaves from your partner's every thrust; or indulge in gentle feedback from your own motion, like an intimate conversation between vibrator and gyrator. It's body safe, simple to use, and perfect for pegging. Sit back, relax, and enjoy sliding over every contour.

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Intrigue and Sparks

I stumbled upon shake vibrators while searching for a travel companion. The concept of hollow toys, trembling from internally chaotic balls really intrigued me. So, when offered the opportunity to test the Fun Factory Bouncer, I guess you could say that I was… ball-curious. The mystery deepened upon receiving the toy. It weighed a hefty 0.6 lbs. and jingled like a reindeer. But, oh my! Was it staticky! From the moment I first pressed my fingers to the silicone surface, there was audible feedback. I washed it, put my hair in a bun, changed my clothing_ and while the static somewhat dissipated, it’s still very present to this day.

Well, It Doesn’t Suck!

I have so many questions about the suction cup. First, why a trefoil-shaped base? It looked interesting, but simply didn’t work as a suction cup. The surface was entirely flat, with absolutely no bevel. No bevel means no air to displace and, therefore, no suction! There was a miniscule lip — about the width of a hair — bordering the edges. Of course, it wasn’t sturdy enough to form a pressure barrier. Needless to say, the suction cup was a flop. I tried it dry, wet, stuck it to wood, fiberglass, ceramic, drywall — nothing. I proceeded to ride, unsaddled.

Failed Ambitions

The largest dildo I’d ever tried had a 1.5-inch diameter. I was a little hesitant to jump straight to 1.57-inches but accepted the challenge. Not my best decision. This dildo was pretty girthy for this little lady. As always, I took it slowly — lots of prep, even more lube, and only moved up once I was ready. The shaft was firm, yet flexible. I found the contours quite satisfying, and the curve sufficient for g-spot, a-spot, and likely p-spot stimulation. Though pleasurable, it wasn’t long before I tapped out. Only two climaxes deep, but I was ready for sleep.

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The design inspired just as much intrigue as the product's description. The bent shaft teased the possibility of prostate play. Each contour beckoned me to reach out and explore every valley and peak. A suede-like finish texturized the silicone surface and imparted a luxury experience. Red pigment screamed in vibrancy, though the Fun Factory Bouncer is also available in Black. While not practical, the tri-pegged base added an edge to the overall character.

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The Fun Factory Bouncer was difficult for me to insert, simply due to the incompatible sizing. It was, also, a struggle to agitate the balls enough to really experience their impact. This would have likely been significantly easier, had the suction cup worked. I, also, suspect that the vibrations would be much more apparent during partnered play. Otherwise, the Bouncer was just as simple to operate as a basic manual option.

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The Fun Factory Bouncer seems to be a quality product. The silicone casing is body-safe, non-porous, and hypo-allergenic. There was no foul odor upon opening the box, nor was there any damage to the product. Since there are no batteries, there's no concern of thermal runaway. I expect this dildo to last indefinitely. Although, I have no explanation for the unusually charged surface. Research suggests the static may have been caused by excessive friction during transit, which would make sense given the loose packaging and weighted balls.

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The Fun Factory Bouncer comes with a user manual and retails for $99.99. This is a high-end price for a dildo. While I can't find anything identical, there are a few similar products to which I've compared pricing. The Inya Shake Rechargeable Silicone Rumbling Vibrator is listed at $54.99 on It's weighted, wavy, and actually vibrates. That said, it's neither anal safe nor waterproof. Fun Factory also makes a B Ball Duo Silicone Weighted Butt Plug for $39.99. The Bouncer was the most expensive shake vibrator I could find. Personally, I don't feel that the value and performance lived up to the price.

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The manufacturer's website claimed that the balls resulted in a, "deeper... sensation than vibration." While I would have never expected as much, I do hold toys to the standards proclaimed by their manufacturers. I didn't personally feel much of an effect from the balls. Even shaking the dildo as hard as I could didn't rumble it with nearly the force of a decent vibrator. Perhaps I wasn't rough enough to bring the balls to their most excited state. One can only receive as much energy as one puts into a dildo; this is where pleasure, physics, and philosophy meet.

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I really liked the design of the Fun Factory Bouncer's packaging. The monochromatic color scheme looked clean, sleek, and modern. The red dildo popped against the soft pink background, while still appearing cohesive. That being said, the structural integrity of the cardboard felt extremely flimsy. It survived the voyage to my home, though, so I'm happy. I suppose a firm silicone dildo can take a beating, anyway (no pun intended). Not to mention, thinner cardboard means less waste.

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As mentioned, this dildo is made from silicone. Use water-based lubricant and store separately from any harmful chemicals. Wash before and after each use, with warm water and silicone-safe soap. Don't use fragrance oils or other harsh products that may damage the silicone. Allow the surface to fully dry. It doesn't come with a storage bag, so remember to separate from rubber and vinyl. Try to keep from bouncing and rolling to prevent excessive static.

Length7.09 inches
Insertable length6.69 inches
Diameter1.57 inches
Weight0.6 lbs
FlexibilityFirm, but flexible
MaterialsBody safe silicone, and weighted balls
Storage Bag IncludedNo
Colors AvailableRed and Black

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  • Body safe and hypo-allergenic
  • 3 weighted balls offer gentle vibrations
  • Flexible
  • Harness compatible and anal safe
  • Curved for prostate/g-spot stimulation
  • Waterproof

  • Weak vibrations
  • Expensive
  • Relatively heavy
  • Suction cup doesn't work
  • Super staticky

I wanted to love The Fun Factory Bouncer. It was an interesting concept that just didn't deliver as advertised. The weighted balls shuddered with underwhelming impact, and the suction cup couldn't suck to pay rent. While I found the shape satisfying, the 1.57-inch diameter exceeded my abilities. It'd be suitable for anybody who enjoys such girth and would be satisfied with 6.69-inches of insertable length. Overall, the Bouncer was a step up from a basic dildo for a luxury price.

Want to learn more about the Fun Factory Bouncer? You can find the manual here!

While it doesn't vibrate from a motor, it does gently rumble when the internal balls are agitated.

No! This dildo requires no batteries or charging.

The official Fun Factory website states that their products are protected by a 2-year warranty.

Yes! The Fun Factory Bouncer has a flared base, so it's safe for anal play.