Bond, We-Vibe’s New Vibrating Penis Ring, reviewed by Shamus MacDuff

“Bond, James Bond” is the iconic catchphrase Agent 007 utters to introduce himself in at least a dozen of his films. “Bond” is also We-Vibe’s new vibrating penis ring. James Bond is a handsome, romantic undercover agent. We-Vibe calls its Bond cock ring an “undercover tease.”

I’ve tried several other vibrating penis rings, and Bond is innovative in several ways. Most striking is the adjustable quick-release system for positioning the ring around your penis and scrotum. Other cock rings I’ve tried require wearing the band around your shaft and stretching it to pull your testicles through. Depending on the size and shape of your equipment, this can be painful and far from sexy.

Bond, however, is a stretchy band with ends that detach completely to open the ring. Fit it around your penis and scrotum with the broad part against your perineum (that sensitive area between scrotum and anus). Then close the ring by linking the two ends together with a simple click. When you’re done, open it just as easily. An extra custom fit link is included for those who require a slightly larger size.

Diagram by We-Vibe


Control Bond with either a small inconspicuous remote that fits in your palm or the We-Connect app. Either of these lets you play with ten different intensity levels. (Personally, I’m especially fond of the cha-cha). The toy is very quiet so it can be worn undercover in public without attracting attention.

Like all We-Vibe toys for vulvas and penises, Bond is made of body safe material and is fully waterproof. Charging takes up to 90 minutes via the magnetic charging pins, and a charge lasts for up to two hours. We-Vibe cautions that you should not wear the ring for more than half an hour at a time.

I used Bond first for solo sex. I loved that I could simply lie back, relax, fondle the remote, and bring myself to the edge several times before reaching an orgasm. It stimulates the perineum as well as the penis and testicles with delightful vibrations.

My partner and I experimented with Bond during partner sex. She took control of the remote while ministering to me with mouth and lubed hand. This produced the “tease” that We-Vibe mentions and helped me retain an erection. As enjoyable as that was, I prefer Bond for solo sex. It’s so much fun to play with the protruding genitalia “bundle” myself!

Bond is a delightful new penis toy — clever in design and effective in results. Compared to other vibrating rings that encapsulate penis and scrotum together, Bond comes away as the best on the market. I’ve nicknamed mine “James.”


— Shamus MacDuff, age 78, was oblivious to the delights of sex toys for penises until about four years ago. He’s been making up for lost time! Read his other posts here.




Note from Joan:

Have you viewed We-Vibe’s “Silver Sex” videos with folks our age talking about their sex lives and tips from sex educators? (Yes, I’m one of them.) All the videos are educational and entertaining, and well worth watching.



  1. Anonymous Happy Husband on September 12, 2022 at 5:00 am

    The vibrating ring does look interesting. Now my wife wants one for me. She told me exactly what she plans to do with it. The next time I’m restrained (safely) in the extra walk-in closet I’ll be wearing it for the recommended time. Our dominant and submissive role play is becoming a regular weekend scenario. Quite exciting for me when occasional orgasm issues can come up. My wife decided weekends are her pampering times 😉

  2. Lee on May 11, 2022 at 11:26 am

    Does your vulva-owning partner enjoy this during piv encounters? I can decide between this and the No’s. Thank you!

    • Shamus MacDuff on May 11, 2022 at 12:22 pm

      Both Bond and NOS are excellent vibrating cock rings, but they are quite different. Bond encloses your scrotum as well as your penis, while NOS slides onto your shaft, and doesn’t encompass your testicles. Although everyone’s equipment is a bit different, when I wear Bond my penis-scrotum “bundle” is tightly squeezed and turgid. I find it exciting when my vulva-owning partner plays with Bond’s various intensities, but we haven’t tried PIV while wearing it. For me, thrusting the “bundle” during penetration would feel uncomfortable. I find Bond excellent for teasing and foreplay rather than for PIV. NOS is specifically designed to be used in PIV, with the double-headed end intended to stimulate the clitoris while thrusting, so if you want a vibrating cock ring to use during PIV it would be the better choice. But why not buy one of each and enjoy the full panoply of excitement?

  3. John Wocken on May 10, 2022 at 10:10 am

    I am intrigued – looks like fun!

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