Kiiroo Pearl3 Interactive Vibrator — Test & Review

   Isabelle Uren
May 26, 2024

Kiiroo Pearl3 Interactive Vibrator — Test & Review<
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Isabelle Uren
: 32
: Experienced
: Female
: Heterosexual
: Doxy Die Cast

  • Are looking for an app-enabled, interactive vibrator
  • Want a vibrator for internal use
  • Want to connect to a partner's Kiiroo toy
  • Need a vibrator for long-distance sex
  • Love high-tech sex toys

  • Don't enjoy tech in the bedroom
  • Are new to insertables
  • Want a vibrator for anal use
  • Need a quiet vibrator
  • Get easily frustrated with technnology

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The Kiiroo Pearl3 is the latest version of Kiiroos G-spot vibrator. It has a thick, curved, silicone shaft with three raised bumps to target your g-spot. This app-enabled vibrator can connect to any feel-connect compatible partner's toy for interactive long-distance sex, sync to compatible 2D/VR porn, or be used for camming. It also features touchpads that alter the vibrations in relation to your movements.

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A Precious Pearl?

I will preface this review by saying I’m not much of an internal vibrations kinda gal! I much prefer clit stimulation with a magic wand or clit suction stimulator or the thrusting motion of a dildo. However, I wanted to an interactive sex toy to connect to my partner’s Hot Octopuss Solo Interactive. I was also very curious to try my first Kiiroo toy and get a feel for their app.

First Impressions

I was a little surprised by how minimal the packaging was. The box was very small, and inside, there was just the Pearl3 and a charging cable. While I’m happy about the minimal packaging, I was disappointed to see that it didn’t come with a storage bag and I was a little surprised there wasn’t any kind of instruction manual. On closer inspection, I found some instructions on the back of the cardboard slip that was inside the box, and although they were very simple, they were enough to figure out the controls.

Solo Test Ride

I decided to give the Kiiroo Pearl3 a whirl just as it is without getting involved in the app side of things. After a bit of warm up, I tried this G-spot vibrator internally and I have to say it didn’t do a whole lot for me. The vibrations are fairly strong and the shape is nice, but it just felt a bit underwhelming. I tried to use the bumps to target my g-spot but didn’t find them particularly effective and they even felt a little tickly at times. I also tried using the tip to massage my g-spot, but as I’m used to the satisfying weight of my steel dildos, the njoy Pure Wand or Le Wand Arch, so the Pearl3 just didn’t quite hit the mark.

I gave up on internal stimulation and switched to using the tip and bumps for some clit stimulation and enjoyed it more. While it wasn’t the best, I did manage a fairly nice orgasm.

Exploring Some Interactive Play

In the name of research, I hooked it up to some interactive porn, which was super easy using the app. I would say it synced relatively well and but the pauses and changes were a bit distracting. I enjoyed it for the novelty, but it’s not something I will be going back for more of! It also seemed like the video was designed with a penis toy in mind rather than a vibrator as it synced more in line with the male pleasure in the video, but that’s more an issue with the video than the app or toy.

A Technological Boner Killer

The thing I was most excited about was hooking up Pearl3 up to my partner’s Hot Octopuss Interactive Solo and trying out the interactive features. Feeling a little excited we both got out out toys and connected to the app. It was really easy to find and connect to each other and were able to manually control each other’s toys using the on-screen slider but we couldn’t get the video call function to work or set the toys up to interact with each other. After an hour of trying, we gave up. Turns out tech problems are a real boner killer! I even watched  Kiiroo’s video on how to connect the toys and was still none-the-wiser! Not the kind of foreplay I’d had in mind! I can imagine if the app worked seamlessly as it should, it could have been quite enjoyable. However, tech problems combined with a pretty average vibrator left me both technologically and sexually frustrated.

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The Kiiroo Pearl3 has a pretty standard G-spot vibrator shape — a nice gentle curve to target the most sensitive area on the front of the vaginal wall and a slightly bulbed tip for more fullness and pressure. It also has three raised bumps that are designed to intensify the g-spot stimulation. I have to say the bumps didn't do a lot for me internally and at some points felt almost tickly. The whole thing is completely rigid and I would have preferred if it had a little more squish. The Pearl3 comes in the purple color I have or a powder pink color.

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The Kiiroo Pearl3 only has one button on the device, which is used to turn it on and scroll through the pairing mode, touch response mode, and five patterns of vibration. I'm not a huge fan of having to scroll through, but it's designed mostly to be used with the app controls anyway. It was super easy to connect to the FeelConnect App and took less than a minute to get up and running. It was also pretty easy to connect the Pearl3 to interactive content and it vibrated along with the video quite nicely. It's not something I particularly enjoyed but that's a matter of personal preference. My partner was able to control the Kiiroo Pearl3 long-distance using the app but we were unable to use the video function or connect our toys to each other. The app seemed a little disorganised and less intuitive than others, and I wasn't a fan of the touch screen control interface for solo use.

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Feels quite light in the hand. I actually prefer a weightier vibrator as it tends to feel a little sturdier and you don't have to apply as much pressure. The Kiiroo Pearl3 is also surprisingly loud for its size at up to 60 decibels on the highest setting — almost on par with the immensely powerful and much bigger Doxy Wand. It's got an almost rattly sound to it and is quite annoying. The device itself feels quite well-made though.

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Considering the technology you get in the Kiiroo, I think it's a pretty reasonable price. I think if you more into G-spot stimulation, this is a good option. However, considering the app caused such a headache, I'm not sure it's one I would recommend. Plus, it's a crime that it doesn't come with a storage bag! A vibrator that costs over $100 for a vibrator and no storage bag — straight to jail!

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While the internal vibrations didn't hit the spot for me, they did feel good around my labia and on my clitoris. I did find that the vibrations could be felt a lot in the handle and they weren't quite as a rumbly as I would like. Internally it just didn't do a lot for and externally, I found myself wishing it was either broader or more pinpoint.

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The packaging is very sleek and minimal, which I appreciate. It comes in a plastic wrapped cardboard box. Personally, I would prefer if it didn't have the plastic and just a small proof of seal sticker instead to save on plastic waste. The box shows a picture of the vibrator and a few small bits of information about the features.

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The Kiiroo Pearl3 is completely waterproof and covered in high-quality silicone, so it's easy to clean with some warm water and soap. Unfortunately, there's no storage bag so you'll have to source your own to keep it clean and safe between uses. It's compatible with water-based lube only.

Vibration speeds3 (custom in app)
Vibration patterns2 (custom in app)
Length7.87 inches
Diameter1.46-1.53 inches
WaterproofYes
MaterialsSilicone
RechargeableYes
Battery Life180 minutes
Charging Time120 minutes
Travel LockNo
Storage Bag IncludedNo

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The Kiiroo Pearl3 is compatible with the FeelConnect app, made by FeelTechnology. Once connected to the app, there are a lot of fun ways to use the toy. In the app you can create custom vibrations, let a partner control it long-distance, or connect to a partner’s Kiiroo toy. While I was able to use the app control, long distance control and interactive porn features, I was not able to connect to my partner’s toy or use the video call function which were the two I was most interested in. It seems I’m not the only one struggling with the app either. FeelConnect currently has a rating of 2.6 on Google Play based on 477 reviews. You can also sync the Pearl3 to a camming account for an interactive experience. The other notable feature is the use of touch plates that sense pressure and increase the stimulation, so the more pressure you apply the stronger the vibrations. This is one of the manual modes of the Kiiroo Pearl3 and while it isn’t so intuitive to use for external pleasure, I think it can be fun for internal play.

  • App Controls
  • Long distance control
  • Long battery life

  • Couldn't use video or connect to a partner's toy
  • Very loud, almost rattly sound
  • Need to pay close attention to cleaning in the grooves
  • Feels a little light in the hand
  • Very rigid
  • No storage bag

The Kiiroo Pearl3 was a mixed bag for me. As a vibrator it's not amazing and not terrible. I accept that my experience is largely influenced by the fact I'm just not one for internal vibrations. Externally, the Pearl's vibrations were ok but nothing special. I feel like the app was a very mixed experience as well. Using it solo, I found it easy to connect but much less intuitive to use than other apps. When playing with a partner, only some of the features worked, and I was disappointed that we couldn't get the toys to interact as that was our main interest. Unfortunately, I can't see myself using the Pearl3 that often in the future.