ROMP Jazz Review – Affordable Silicone Rabbit Vibrator

When I first started my blog I asked what you guys would like to see/hear about, and I got a few questions about rabbit style (dual stimulation) vibrators. So of course, when Betty’s Toy Box reached out to me for their latest round of reviews – my obvious top pick was the ROMP Jazz.

ROMP is a new brand owned by WOW Tech – yes, the same WOW Tech that owns We-Vibe & Womanizer! Because of that they’re able to utilize those technologies in other, more affordable toys like the ROMP line. (The price range is $25-50! Dang!) I’ve never tried any We-Vibe toys but I do love the hell out of my Womanizers, so going in I had already set my expectations fairly high – despite not really liking “rabbit” style vibrators. (Let’s be real, anything body-safe & accessible is going to get my attention!)

My beef with rabbits is that they can be very “one size fits all”. Regardless of features, how much you enjoy them seems to hinge on how your body’s measurements match up with the toy itself. I haven’t had great luck with this in the past, so I wasn’t sure how this would play out despite my high expectations for the vibrations themselves. I enjoyed the Rabbit Habit I owned years ago but didn’t opt to use it often because it usually took less energy to use two toys than to fuss with lining up one and hoping it does its job. (Plus, the original Rabbit Habit is TPR/TPE. Not something I would be comfortable recommending nowadays when silicone exists.) Because of this they can be a little hard to review – but I’m going to give it my best shot anyways!

As always you can click here to jump to specs, my experience, and the bottom line.

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With high expectations & the odds stacked against it – enter the ROMP Jazz. I received mine in a plain bubble mailer from Betty’s Toy Box – with the return address marked as “Shipping Department”. I’m not embarrassed if my post master sees that she’s passing me a parcel full of faux-dicks, but a lot of people are so it’s always a good thing when companies are discreet.

Bright! Clear! Lowkey kind of “fun”!

I usually don’t freak out about pretty packaging – but I’m a huge fan of the box the Jazz came in. Bold! Bright! Listing important features on the box so folks shopping in brick & mortar stores know what they’re getting into! Not overtly sexual! A lil bit jokey! Super cute, 11/10 would recommend – I truly wish all of my toys had packaging this cute.

Online – the ROMP Jazz seems to be & is advertised as a deep red. I could be wrong, but I think it’s the same color as the box, a dark raspberry pink. That might just be my art-brain speaking, though. (Deep magenta is great for me, but maybe not for people that hate pink sex toys. I just really dislike red for anything, so I was happy that it didn’t look like it did in advertisements. At least it’s not standard sex toy “bright pink”!)

Once I opened it it got even better – with a mini sticker sheet, a USB charger cable, instructions, and a card for customer service. The instruction booklet also folds out into a huge coloring page with the entire ROMP line on it! If I’m being real that & the stickers are some of the coolest things I’ve ever seen packaged with a sex toy. (And are definitely right up my alley!) And then of course, the Jazz itself is nestled in the plastic. The ROMP Jazz is only $40 from Betty’s – but the packaging alone impressed me a lot more than some of my spendier toys.

I seriously wasn’t expecting a $40 vibrator to come with anything remotely “cool”!
Now that first impressions are out of the way – what about those specs?

The ROMP Jazz is coated in smooth, matte, “medical grade” silicone. Velvety smooth! (Here’s your reminder to use water-based lubes with silicone toys!) Easily cleaned with soap and water, but please don’t boil vibrators. If you’re hellbent on sanitationa 10% bleach dip or alcohol rubdown should be okay.

The front of the internal arm has ridges for g-spot stimulation, & the shaft itself is fairly flexible despite housing a motor. The tip of the Jazz is spongey and soft, and kind of really fun to play with. The internal arm has an insertable length of 5.25″ – with the overall length of the toy being 8.25”. The shaft is 1.4” wide at the top, and 1.125” wide elsewhere. Not too shabby! The external arm is 2.25″ long, and a little under an inch wide. (Thankfully, the Jazz sits rights in the middle of “not too big/too small” for my preferences.)

Check out those ridges!

Like most of my favorite toys, the ROMP Jazz is both rechargeable & 100% waterproof. Submersible, not just splashproof! Because of that – it has one of those “stabby” self-healing charge ports, like my PalmPower Recharge. (On the back near the handle, I honestly didn’t notice it when I was initially looking for it!) I’m not a huge fan of using toys under or around water, but waterproof is never a bad thing & definitely makes cleanup a hell of a lot easier. (Yay, not worrying about running it under the faucet!)

A full charge gets you an hour of play time on the highest setting! (I feel like most time estimates are made on the “medium” settings.) Knowing it likely has a longer life off of “high” is great! I couldn’t find any information on the charge time – or how to tell that it was charged, but it blinks while it’s charging and should stop when it’s finished. (More on that in a minute.)

There’s two motors (one in the shaft, one in the external arm) and two buttons – one for power (held down for 3 seconds to turn on/off) & the other to cycle through the Jazz’s modes & patterns. (There’s 6 vibration speeds & four patterns!) The power button for me can be a little touchy, sometimes the Jazz “boots up” immediately, other times I have to try twice. If you have grip issues, it could be a bit of a hassel. Sadly you can’t control the motors independently, but honestly I’m not too mad about it – and especially not for $40.

Apparently all ROMP toys are controlled in the same way – depending on the number of buttons. Simple rules! (Using one or two buttons, for reference.) Unlike other toys I have without “up and down” buttons – you can cycle through all the options! Luckily you don’t have to turn it off completely to go back to the beginning. (Which is awesome, honestly. Having to shut a toy off & start over just because I went too high up can be fairly annoying)

After my initial charge: we had a problem. My Jazz was broken! (The internal motor never turned on!) Luckily, ROMP toys have a one-year warranty. The good folks at Betty’s Toy Box were happy to help me out (as always) & I was luckily able to obtain a fully functional Jazz. If you have any sort of hardware issue with a ROMP toy – email the company and they should help you out!

With the first Jazz, I had it plugged in for a few hours after I opened the box and it continued to blink the entire time. I tried to charge it over and over to see if that would make the internal motor work but nope, endless blinking. My replacement Jazz stopped blinking after about an hour of being plugged in (which I assume means it’s finished charging) and I haven’t had any issues. (Knock on wood!) I’m just mentioning it here because it stood out to me as a red flag that something was wrong – after I of course had a second one to compare with.

Now that we have details out of the way, how did the ROMP Jazz fare in use?

Right off the bat – I gotta talk about the silicone texture again. I haven’t noticed that it gets especially linty in-hand, but the texture is something I can’t use without a decent amount of lube. Like, don’t even try. P.S. I Lube You wasn’t quite slick enough for extended use of the Jazz, it’s a definite lube drinker. ROMP’s silicone seems similar in texture to Fun Factory’s silicone to me, at least on the surface. Matte silicone is great to the touch, but it can have a bit of drag depending. (In my first round of testing, I did manage to get it stuck. Not a great feeling!)

The Jazz’s shaft isn’t incredibly long or wide, but there was a bit of finagling to be had to get myself comfortable and I was definitely grateful that it’s flexible. The ROMP Jazz sits right around my ideal insertable length – but, sadly it didn’t line up with my clitoris like I hoped it would. 

Behold, the bendability!

Luckily, that ended up not being a problem whatsoever. I texted my best friend “Consider my socks officially rocked all the way the fuck off” the first night I used the ROMP Jazz. Yup. That good. Despite not sitting with my body the way it “should” – the flex of both the shaft & the external arm let me position things how I needed them. I know pressing down on the external arm while you hold the handle of a toy with the rest of your hand isn’t an ideal dual stimulation experience – but holy fuck. The extra 10% of effort for me was 110% worth it.

The lower two speeds are my favorite both inside & out for the rumble factor – but all of the settings are fairly quiet, powerful, and deep. Like, surprisingly so. I’m talking like, how is this under $50 types of surprising.

Oh, and that soft tip on the shaft? It makes the Jazz great as a plain-old external vibrator. And when I say great, I mean 4-minute-zero-effort orgasm great. (I timed it a few times. Just, wow.) Full disclosure – that’s coming from someone that usually requires dual stimulation to get remotely near orgasm. Yeah. Because of the silicone’s drag I need a bit of warmup anyways so – using the Jazz externally comes in handy. Even through pajama bottoms it manages to be rumbly & strong enough for my liking. (Yes, me! Someone who is typically wands-only!)

I never really understood the appeal of rabbits because being able to thrust a dildo is one of my favorite things in the world, despite trying more toys I can’t thrust as of late. Like, how are you supposed to do that without breaking contact with your clitoris? With that said – the ROMP Jazz gave me the most low effort orgasms on earth. I’m amazed that I even remotely doubted it, or doubted that I could get off without any full thrusts.

Because of the texture, I think even if I wanted to fully thrust the Jazz I wouldn’t be able to. Taking it out post-orgasm is a little tough at times for me, never mind actively trying to thrust it. Rocking and holding the arm down is luckily more than enough for me to get multiple-orgasms-on-demand. I didn’t notice anything significant stimulation wise from the shafts ridges, but my vaginas not a real stickler for subtlety.

For the record, I’m also not super keen on internal vibrators, never really have been. (I’m an “external vibrator with a solid dildo” person! The thrust, damnit!) I’ve tried wand attachments, owned traditional “smoothie” vibes, tried other rabbit style vibrators. All with little luck. The ROMP Jazz has fully changed my mind on all of that, though. It has just enough “give” that I don’t hurt myself – but I can still angle it against my g-spot and apply pressure without it yielding to my body completely. 

The only time I wished I could operate the two motors separately was with the patterns. Constant clitoris stim is vital for me, but some of the patterns were top notch internally. (Out of the four, two remind me of a phone alarm vibrating – but I love the two where it seems like it’s “winding up”. Edge city!) That of course could be worked around by buying the ROMP Hype & using a different vibrator externally instead. (The Hype has a similar shaft with no external arm.) Regardless, the Jazz is only $5 more and I honestly think it’s fantastic. (I’m just being nitpicky as someone that can be a bit set in their masturbatory ways. If your preferences are similar, could be a great option!)

What’s the takeaway here?

Bottom line – despite the initial motor & replacement issues, the ROMP Jazz exceeded my already too-high expectations. I’ve officially converted to being someone that appreciates internal vibration, and it’s flexible enough that I can see it working for plenty of bodies. It also works well when used in unconventional ways – the vibrations are strong and transfer well. My only “real” complaint is if you have grip issues – fussing with the on/off button can be a little annoying. Do-able, but not ideal. On paper, it doesn’t sound like I’d “like” the Jazz. In practice? I love it.

In general, rabbits can be a bit scary to buy. Body safe ones are typically too expensive for me to justify the risk of buying one with weak, buzzy vibrations – & the shape can be hit or miss. ROMP circumvents this issue by giving high-end tech & materials a low-end pricepoint. Woohoo, somewhat accessible pleasure! If you’re looking for a first-rabbit, finding out & exploring your preferences, or already love dual-stim I’d definitely suggest the Jazz.

The broken Jazz was a bummer originally – but the silver lining is I can say for certain that both Betty’s Toy Box & ROMP have super solid customer service. I’ve had a few toys with one-year warranties, and luckily never had to use them – but it was really nice to know that they actually serve a purpose sometimes!

Got your interest? You can buy the ROMP Jazz here – or check out the entire ROMP line at Betty’s Toy Box!

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I received the ROMP Jazz from Betty’s Toy Box in return for my honest & unbiased review. (Thanks again, y’all!) As always, all opinions here are my own. If you’d like me to review one or more of your products – feel free to contact me! I would love to hear from you.

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