Ahh, the ever elusive g-spot. One of the body parts mind boggling orgasms and frustrated rants are made of. If that sounds a bit familiar, don’t worry you’re definitely not alone; for most women finding the g-spot can be a bit of a challenge, if not a great big annoyance. Trust me I know, I’ve been there.
Maybe it’s because of where it’s located (tucked away all nestled snug in the vag). Maybe it’s because we don’t have arms and fingers long enough to comfortably reach it. Or maybe it’s because half of us have no clue what we’re supposed to be looking for. Either way, the thought of twisting, bending and straining in the hopes of reaching an orgasm doesn’t sound like the most fun task in the world, especially when there’s no guarantee it will even happen.
Fortunately these frustrations can be a thing of the past with the help of basic g-spot vibrators specifically designed to not only stimulate your g-spot, but more importantly – help you to find it!
Based on my own personal experiences, the 5 I’ve listed below are ones I’ve found to be extremely helpful when it came to producing some exceptionally pleasurable experiences.
*Once again I just want to send out a big thank you to the folks at PinkCherry.ca for not only sending the products my way (so I could review them), but for also being so supportive when it came to helping me create big project like this. If you’ll be making any purchases due to this series of posts, please support them to show your thanks for them supporting me!!
**All of the price ranges are quoted from various online sites, with PinkCherry.ca being the lowest priced quote offered in this post.
Basic G-Spot Vibrators
Slimline G: ($14.88 – $29.99)
One of the very first products I purchased during my personal sexual exploration was the Slimline G. I don’t know if it was the affordable price ($14.88 – can we say hells yes?!), ease of use, sturdy design, strange looking bulbous head or the fact that the sales lady kept raving about it, but I just couldn’t help myself from buying it.
Not only has the Slimline G helped me find my g-spot and achieve some great orgasms over the years, but it has also stood the test of time, lasting far longer than many other intimate accessories I’ve owned. (I dropped it, left it for hours in a sink of water, accidentally slammed it in a door – long story don’t ask – jammed it in a drawer and it still worked!) Taking all of that into consideration, I can’t help but suggest it to any person on a budget that’s also looking for a good buy.
As for the specs and features; the Slimline G is crafted out of body safe ABS plastic that’s very firm with no ‘give’ making it perfect for applying pressure to the g-spot. It measures 8″ in total length (7″ of which is insertable), has a bulbous head that allows for a comfortable insertion, while also being wide enough to offer a large surface area for stimulation (it’s 4 1/2″ in circumference). On top of that, it has a dial on the bottom that makes it very easy to use, while also being water-proof.
When it comes to cleaning you can spray it with toy cleaner or give it a good wash with soap and water. In regard to lube, since it’s made of ABS you can use anything your little va-jay-jay desires.
The downfalls; it’s loud, not Hitachi Magic Wand loud, but loud enough that someone in the same room would hear it. Aside from that it doesn’t have any special vibration patterns or an easy ‘off’ button and requires 2 AA batteries. (I’m a sucker for rechargeable products)
Final Verdict: 4 out of 5 stars.
Platinum Edition Butterfly Kiss: ($19.99 – $29.99)
If there is one product I think every female on a budget (that also wants a worthwhile vibe) should have, it’s the Platinum Edition Butterfly Kiss. Seriously, I love it.
Not only is the product the perfect length for G-Spot stimulation, but it also has a lovely little soft and squishy bulbous head that makes insertion and targeting the g-spot easy. More then that, it’s made of body safe TPR and it has 9 functions of vibration, pulsation, and escalation to help arouse.
Sure the head isn’t firm or hard, which might not work out very well when it comes to applying pressure – but for me it does everything I need it to and then some! On that note, because it’s made of flexible and squishy TPR it moves with your body rather than feeling like you have something ‘jammed’ in you (a common complaint I’ve heard regarding the standard ‘firm’ vibes).
Like the Slimline G the product can be cleaned with soap and water or toy cleaner. Totally up to you. As for lube, I’d stick with a good water based lube as a silicone would be relatively hard to clean since the TPR is porous.
The downfalls; It requires 2 AAA batteries and attracts lint. That’s it.
(*In truth I could have added this as a dual vibe, but I love what it does for my G-Spot – so I’m putting it here. To watch my video review click here.)
Final Verdict: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Shanes World Campus G ($19.99 – $29.99) (*update: no longer available)
If I told you I liked the packaging I’d be lying. Likewise, if I told you the Campus G wasn’t good at offering g-spot stimulation, I’d also be lying. Point being: never judge a vibe by it’s cover.
From its smooth and shiny waterproof outer TPE shell, to the bizarre and random little nubs at its base, the Campus G has it covered when it comes to comfortable insertion, stimulating the vulva and targeting the g-spot in a way that’s almost perfect.
Measuring 6 3/4″ in total length, with 3″ meant for insertion, it’s the smallest of the 5 (in this post), though it’s definitely not the thinnest, coming in with a 4.4″ girth at its widest part. Insertion is rather comfortable due to the rounded tip and targeting the g-spot is easy with its perfect shape for applying pressure.
As for the firmness, it comes in somewhere between the Platinum Butterfly Kiss and Slimline G, having a curved tip that’s somewhat squishy, yet maintaining a firm outer shell that isn’t very flexible. In my experiences it’s been a rather nice combination of the features offered with the other two products, while still having some special features of its own (ahhh, that lovely bizarre shaped base).
When it comes to cleaning simply wash it with soap and water or spray it with toy cleaner. As for lube, I’d also suggest a good water based one.
*Because the Campus G works like the Slimline G, via a dial on the bottom, controlling the speeds is very easy.
The downfalls: Requires 2 AA batteries, doesn’t have any special vibrational patterns and is rather loud.
Final Verdict: 4 stars out of 5
Lia Magic Wand ($39.99 – $59.99)
When I first got my hands on the Lia I thought it would let me down. Like many Cal Exotics products, this pretty pink g-spot vibe came packaged in a cheap and flimsy transparent box that looked like it would fall apart the moment it was removed. And while I said you shouldn’t judge a vibe by its cover, sometimes I just can’t help myself. (force of habit I guess)
Quite surprisingly the Lia Magic Wand (no affiliation with the Hitachi Magic Wand) is stronger than some of the higher priced vibes I’ve tried, and also surprisingly, much better quality. Made of silicone (it passed the flame test) and velvety smooth to the touch, Lia has a relatively thin girth compared to the others (only 3.8″) and measures 8 1/2″ in total length with 6 1/2″ of that being insertable.
As for vibrational functions, there are 10 in total that vary from 3 speeds to various escalations and pulsations, all of which are managed from 2 buttons located on the bottom; one for turning it on and quickly off, and another for running through the settings.
Aside from the ‘body safe’ materials, ease of use and lovely design the product has one more thing going for it; I’ve often found that when it comes to affordable products that come with various vibration speeds many of them either die very quickly (batteries, how I loathe them) or somehow lose strength the further you go through the settings. That of course isn’t to mention the fact that most also have the mechanical part in the bottom causing the vibration to fade as it’s carried throughout the shaft. Fortunately the Lia Magic Wand has the vibration right in the tip (no pun intended) so you feel it directly on the g-spot…and it doesn’t lose power when experimenting.
Since Lia is made of silicone I’d only suggest a good water based lube as a silicone lube would likely ruin it. As for cleaning, you can wash it with soap and water or give it a once over with toy cleaner.
The downfall: the head is rather flexible which could make applying pressure a tad difficult.
Final Verdict: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Royal Princess: ($46.88 – $69.99)
After experiencing what the previous product could do I had very high expectations for the Royal Princess. How could I not, it’s a relatively similar design and made by the same company. I also had high expectations due to the fact that it was from the Sue Johanson product line and endorsed by a woman who heavily influenced my sexual education as a teen through her “Sunday Night Sex Show” television program. I hate to say it but after testing it (a few times for fairness) I sit sadly on the fence.
On the one hand it’s made from TPR making it smooth, somewhat squishy, a little flexible and very comfortable during insertion. It also has a nice curved neck that hugs the g-spot and retains enough firmness to apply pressure, while also being waterproof. On the other hand, it has a very weak vibe especially when compared to the other 4 products and even more so when compared to all of the products I’ve reviewed – yes, I mean that. Sure, it has 7 vibrational functions that offer a variety, but when you can’t really feel them that doesn’t make much difference. Aside from that, it’s a little awkward to use as the buttons are very small and located on the bottom which makes hitting the off button by accident a frequent annoyance.
Of course I completely understand that some women don’t like strong vibrations, and that the old adage ‘less is more’ can often be true. Sadly for me it’s not, which is why I find myself sitting on the fence. That in mind, if you want a g-spot vibrator that isn’t overly powerful I suggest you try this one over the others. You likely won’t be disappointed.
Like the others you can clean it with soap and water or toy cleaner, and as for lubricant, I’d suggest a good water based one.
Final Verdict: 3.5 out of 5 stars
More Great Basic G-spot Vibrators
If none of the above products strike your fancy, keep in mind that there are many more worth checking out. Unfortunately I don’t have the time to list them all here, however I will be covering each of the below items in future reviews. If you’d like to check them out now, feel free to click the image below to learn more;
Overall Final Verdict
If you’ve found yourself looking to explore both your sexuality and body, while also deciding to hunt for that ever elusive g-spot, I highly suggest you do yourself a favor and get a little something to help you on your journey. Not only will it make the experience much more enjoyable, but it’ll likely leave you without the common back, wrist or hand cramp I’m constantly messaged about from curious women tired of trying.
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