I was sharing this little bit of information for just the right moment, and I think this is it. I definitely squirted – for the first time. Where was that special magic trick all these years, body? Shortly after squirting for the first time I received this toy in the mail. (I wish I could say it was the great deliverer, alas.) The reason this was so exciting to me was that G-Spot stimulation is toted as one of the primary methods of squirting. We don’t know much about squirting. Scientists are still out there with their wet-goggles on trying to figure out what the heck it is, why we do it, how we do it… isn’t that weird? I mean, we still have news articles that are hitting the headlines. The G-Spot Exists! The G-Spot is a Myth! Fortunately for you, you can shut off your computer and take this toy in hand and complete your own experiments from the comfort of your bed.
- Fully waterproof and more power
- Smooth Body-Safe Silicone
- 1 year warranty, 10 year quality guarantee
- A heck of a lot of settings
- A sweet ass curve
- Totes rechargable
(Now I’m just paraphrasing)
But really, check out the booty on this toy. When you’re looking at a G-Spot toy, the curve is obviously really important. The curve is what helps the toy reach upwards and into the sweet spot. While this toy doesn’t have a super dramatic curve, it has a super dramatic tip. I found this distinction to be interesting.
In fact, if you look at it, the toy almost looks like it’s entirely a tip. With a slight “body” of the toy curving in to the actual G-Spot stimulator. This toy knows its function, knows its place. This toy is clearly meant for G-Spot play.
Again, as mentioned in just about every post I write about toys, silicone is the best. The absolute best. This material rocks so hard that I’m not sure if I’m ever going to use a toy made of another material. In the past (when I first started using toys) I’d stock up on cheap jelly or plastic toys. They tend to be more uncomfortable with insertion and can degrade over time. Not to mention, some toys are downright toxic. These toys are totally safe as mentioned above and slip right in.
The speeds are also really great, this toy practically sings. The plus and minus signs (right and left) turn the toy up and make it pulsate with a greater strength. The attention to detail is wonderful here, with the buttons lighting up with use – a feature that would be useful if you’re using this toy in the dark. The up and down buttons change the setting of the toy. Various styles of vibration which honestly would be just as easy to describe as singing in dub step. You’ll have to fiddle with it yourself, there, but it’s awesome to have variety.
Some of the settings allow you to leave the toy in you with little work on your part, letting the vibration build you up to an orgasm over a period of time. You need patience for that one, but if you’re into edging it can be a fun practice. I admit that the last thing that I like doing when using a toy is having to fiddle with buttons and settings, especially if I want to turn the toy off quickly. I’m not sure that there is an easy solution to this problem but this toy does it better than others that I have reviewed. You don’t have to cycle through various settings to turn it off and if you hold the “minus” button for strength, the toy turns off fairly quickly.
If you want to use the actual G-Spot function of this G-Spot toy (which I think is the shape) the settings are less important in my opinion, it’s more about how you hold the toy. I’ve always found it can be helpful to have a partner help you with your toys. (Which may be counter-intuitive for those of you who have toys because you don’t have a partner.) If you do have a partner, though, try letting them use this toy on you. It may help you hit that G-Spot even harder, which some people (cough) like.
Ultimately this toy does what it says it’s going to do. It provides G-Spot Stimulation. It packs a punch with the various speeds and settings. It’s super slick, and absolutely gorgeous. At around 5″ insertable length, it’s not too intimidating for those new to toys. It comes a little more expensive (at $139) but if you’re looking for one standby g-spot toy that will last you, this is a good choice. I would not recommend this toy if you are looking for a more standard use toy that stimulates the vagina as a whole, without directing towards the spot. For that purpose, you may be more inclined to look at the Elise 2 – which I haven’t tried, but looks to be very similar to the Mona, with less of a curve.
This toy was provided courtesy of LELO for review, all thoughts/opinions (and photos!) are my own.
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