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How Eva Works

Set it and you’ll get it

Holding a toy in place can be distracting and even counterproductive. Eva leaves your hands free so you can be fully in the moment.

Along for the ride

We designed Eva for a secure and comfortable fit. Even in adventurous positions, it only needs the help of a single finger to stay where it should.

Where it all began

Eva was the world’s first wearable couple’s vibrator and Dame’s very first product. Crowdfunded and women-led, Eva was designed to close the pleasure gap.

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How We're Using Eva

  • During penetrative sex
  • With internal toys — having both hands free allows you to focus on the other toy, and lets you use your wrist to apply a little extra pressure
  • As stand-alone bullet vibe — you can experiment with using the sensation from different parts of Eva
  • While pleasuring your partner — have your cake and eat it, too
  • While reading a book or surfing the web
  • Worn beneath your underwear — a great way to enjoy Eva when alone, to better understand how Eva best fits you, or just to have fun hanging around the house
  • Under a harness

Tips for a Better Fit

Eva is a one-size-fits-most product. It fits different vulvas differently. We’ve compiled some of our favorite user-generated tips for getting the most out of it.

  • Tucking Eva in when it isn't vibrating will help find the best placement.
  • The closer the wings are tucked in toward your body, the more secure Eva will feel. Try to tuck one wing at a time, using one hand to pull the labia out a bit while using the other hand to tuck in the wing.
  • Don’t worry about whether you’re using the outer or inner labia — just see what feels the most comfortable and secure. Using the inner labia can sometimes apply more pressure or help to push back the clitoral hood. The outer labia can have the benefit of being bolstered by surrounding tissue.
  • You may want to try using Eva alone a few times before introducing a partner. Alternatively, asking a partner to help you with placement can provide a second point of view.
  • Your vulva changes through different stages of arousal, and body position can affect the ease of placement. Try playing around with when you place Eva (e.g. during foreplay vs. after insertion), as well as what position works best (e.g. lying on your back vs. sitting up).
  • Avoid getting excessive lube on Eva, especially the wings. Friction plays a part in how Eva stays in place. (Remember: never use silicone lube with silicone toys).
  • Eva's intended to be placed with the button closer to your belly button and the wings facing towards the vaginal opening. You can try flipping Eva around (so the wings point toward your belly button) since it may fit better that way.
  • Try adjusting how far apart your legs are when placing. It can affect both how much you enjoy Eva and how secure it feels.
  • Some users enjoyed Eva more with a little extra pressure, or like Eva to feel a little bit more secure. You can hold Eva against you with a finger, a pillow, a pair of crotchless panties, or a friend.