G-Vibe Vibrator Review

March 21st, 13   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   2 Comments
G-Vibe Vibrator

G-Vibe Vibrator

The G-Vibe, a unique g-spot vibrator by FunToys.info, is a silicone vibrator available in three different colors: purple, rose, and pink. Rechargeable by USB, this vibrator is about nine and a half inches long with a diameter of about three inches at the full-shaft portion (the diameter of the smaller hands is less than an inch each). This vibrator is water-resistant, but not waterproof, so keep that in mind. Designed for stimulation of two areas inside the vagina at once, the G-Vibe features two little “arms” that split apart once inserted.

G-Vibe Vibrator

Showing the buttons on the G-Vibe Vibrator

The packaging for the G-Vibe is really nice. It comes in a quality cardboard box that easily houses the vibrator inside in a tray designed especially for it. The box closes via a magnetic closure, and honestly, it’s thick and sturdy enough to easily be stacked with other boxes without any problem (it’s really nice!). Inside the box, there’s the vibrator itself, the charger for the vibrator, an instruction book, and a really nice white pouch to store the vibrator when you’re not using it.

The G-Vibe has a very interesting design. Instead of just having the single g-spot curve that most g-spot vibrators have, the G-Vibe has a shaft that splits into a “Y” shape. It’s designed to stimulate the g-spot as well as the opposite wall in the vagina at the same time. For some people, the opposite area is very sensitive, so this design seems like it could definitely have some practical applications. It has the single shaft and base that makes it easy to control the vibrator as you only have to worry about one set of controls.

G-Vibe Vibrator

Showing the handle of the G-Vibe Vibrator

For those of you who are worried about being stabbed to death by the unique design of the G-Vibe, there’s no reason to worry. While it does have those two “arms” that come from the shaft itself, these arms are extremely flexible. As in, it only takes a small bit of pressure to make the arms move. To insert it, it helps if you push the two tips together with one hand while inserting it with the other. It’s not all that uncomfortable to do, and once it’s in, the arms of the vibrator really don’t “hurt” or “poke” anywhere uncomfortably, so despite the terrifying-looking, unique-design, the vibrator doesn’t hurt or cause discomfort at all. Really, even a slight pressure from a fingertip will move the arms. The two arms push together with no issue, and they can form a “T-shape” with no issue either, so again, very flexible.

G-Vibe Vibrator

Showing how flexible the arms of the vibrator are

The G-Vibe vibrator charges via USB. There’s a small charging port at the base of the vibrator that’s usually covered by a silicone cover when you’re not charging the vibrator. To charge the vibrator, you just plug the charging port into the vibrator itself and then plug the USB cable into a USB port. It doesn’t include any adapter to do any mains electric charging, so you do have to use a USB port to charge this vibrator. As it charges, the vibrator’s backlit LED light will blink, and after it finishes charging, the light holds steady to let you know to unplug it. Charging the vibrator is extremely simple, and you won’t have any problems with it.

To control this vibrator, there are three buttons at the base. There’s a + button, a – button, and a pattern button. These buttons are pretty simple and straight-forward to use. In fact, I really love the control system, and the buttons pretty wonderfully. Even straight out of the box, I had no issues using the vibrator nor having any concerns about what any of the buttons were for. The buttons pretty easily – even during use – and they don’t accidentally get pressed either. It’s a pretty amazing set-up, really.

G-Vibe Vibrator

Showing the packaging for the G-Vibe Vibrator

The vibrations are a bit softer than I would have liked – well, a lot softer. The vibration motor seems to be located somewhere near the middle of the vibrator (before the shaft branches off), so the vibrations aren’t nearly as strong in the tips of the vibrator. The vibrations are definitely less than moderate in intensity, and they are very buzzy and surface-like. They are strong enough to be felt internally during use, but I wouldn’t say that the vibrations really add anything to the experience. I’d love to see stronger, more rumbly vibrations that are easily felt at the tips to help improve the experience. The vibrations themselves are pretty quiet, though, and they’d be hard to hear outside of a closed door. They possibly could be heard in the same room, though, if the room is completely quiet. As long as there’s noise, you really don’t hear it in the same room.

I must admit that I wasn’t sure how a vibrator like this would work for my body. I have a pretty deep g-spot, and I wasn’t sure I’d like the opposite-side stimulation either. I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised, though. The g-spot curve was *almost* spot-on, and if the material had been firmer, it probably would have worked nicely. And I didn’t mind the opposite-wall stimulation either (and it actually felt pretty nice), but I’m not sure I would have liked that stimulation if the vibrator had been firmer, so that’s something to keep in mind, too.

I think what it’s missing the most is some pressure. Which, while I want the pressure, I understand why it doesn’t have any. For some people, having too much pressure on their g-spot might be uncomfortable, and plus, you still have to have the flexibility to be able to put the two arms “together” to insert the vibrator. But once the vibrator is in place, the little “arms” have a lot of flexibility, and it leads the toy to do an awful job at stimulating the g-spot because it doesn’t apply any pressure at all. Any push, and the arms just give in without any attempt to hold their shape. The shape and curve is about perfect for my g-spot, but once I start to actually try to use it, the arms don’t hold their shape, and you don’t really get any g-spot stimulation out of it. So while I understand why they made the arms so flexible (to make it easier to insert and be less painful to some people), they ended up making the arms TOO flexible, and now it really doesn’t give any g-spot pressure.

On the bright side, it’s extremely easy to hold and grasp. The loop around the base of the vibrator makes it really easy to grip onto this vibrator – even when you have slick hands from lubricant. The buttons are right near the base, and since they’re nice and raised, you can easily feel them out from the silicone. Plus, the buttons press down SO heavenly. They have a nice, satisfying click to them, they change the settings very simply, and they are even easy to press with lubricated hands. Really, the control buttons are like the epitome of what I feel like most vibrators should have for controls.

To clean this vibrator, you’ll want to be semi-careful. This g-spot vibrator is water-resistant, but it’s not waterproof, to take care to avoid getting water in all sorts of bad spots. You can use warm water and antibacterial soap to clean it, though, and it’s compatible with all water-based lubricants. For storage, I recommend storing it in the bag that comes with the packaging to keep any hair and lint away from the material. Though the silicone material doesn’t seem to pick up much hair or lint.

Overall, the G-Vibe is an interesting vibrator, and for their first vibrator, Fun Toys did an okay job with the features. However, the specifics of the design could use some work. The flexibility of the arms on the shaft really don’t allow for good g-spot and internal stimulation which is disappointing, and the vibrations really are too soft for good stimulation either. The controls are fantastic, though, and the vibrator has great features, but this particular vibrator seems like it needs some design changes before it can really be amazing. I do look forward to seeing other Fun Toys releases, though, if this is the good quality of features and quality I can expect from them. Thanks to FunToys.info for providing this silicone g-spot vibrator for my G-Vibe vibrator review.

2 Comments on "G-Vibe Vibrator Review"

Lucy says...
March 26th, 2013

Sounds like it could be so much fun ! ;-) May have to give this one a try !

STIC says...
March 23rd, 2014

Why Fun Toys tries to steal our invention? The truth about G-vibe >> Jack Romanski is not British, not an engineer, not an inventor and does not exist. Funtoys.info owner copied our design in 2012 thinking that adding vibrators invented a new toy. Our patent application we filed in 2009 and expect a patent within a few weeks protect any split vibrator. We ask him stop the lies but he continue do cheat, get design deposit for G-vibe and called it patent. No one can patent split sex toy us apart. We have developed a unique matrix of hardness which can not be replicated. Use original Split DILDO!




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