The sex power page has an alphabetical list of products with reviews.
A few of the products that I've reviewed here have been bought by hundreds, if not thousands of people, and they have all worked perfectly for me and helped my sexual performance. One of the most interesting products I've reviewed so far is the 'Stimu-Tone' by Tenga. I bought this product for about $30 on a sale. It works just like the Stimu-Tone by Stoya from the Stinger Series. The difference is that there is also a 'Stimu-Tone' by Vixen which is a silicone gel, and this product is much thinner, only about 3/4" in length, and it is much more porous. The main difference between these two products is that they both contain the same ingredients. They both contain: Dibutyl Phthalate (a natural compound used to soften silicone) and Trimethylol Hexyl Taurate (a synthetic compound used to make the texture soft). Both products also contain an antibacterial (or "bacterial-free" as Stoya calls it), so that makes it the perfect choice for women who are interested in reducing the risk of infection in their sex toys. The main drawback is that both the Dibutyl Phthalate and the Trimethylol Hexyl Taurate are a little bit sticky, but if you have any problems with stickiness, I suggest applying a little more water or milk (solution of hydrogen peroxide and water) to your hands before using it.