Help a newbie pick a g-spot toy?

Luvcat Luvcat
I'm a total newbie when it comes to g-spot dildos and dildos in general so I need your opinion. I'm looking to buy a new toy and here are the ones that caught my eye. I've read so many great reviews about the pure wand but it's really expensive, so I was wondering how would you compare it to the Ella and Key Comet G (both have great reviews as well). Are those equally good buys or should I just save up for the pure wand? At the end which toy should I go for?
Thank you guys.
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Pure Wand
2  (40%)
Lelo Ella
1  (20%)
Key Comet G
2  (40%)
Other (please explain)
Total votes: 5
Poll is closed
09/14/2013
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Rossie Rossie
I would suggest the Key Comet G, but I'm not sure whether a girth of 1.5" in diameter is too thick for you or not.
09/14/2013
Woman China Woman China
I'd say the PureWand. With the Pure, you have a traditional styled g-spot curve, and you have a "progressive toy". Meaning you have two different possibilities for enjoyment. I found it easier to learn about my g-spot when I had more options to explore using various objects. Wtih the PureWand, you can have this in sizes.

However; being a newbie has its own issues. Some women like pressure, some like pressure with small thrusts, some like a soft touch and some like other sensations. This is where you might run into difficulty when picking a toy. You don't know what works. The Wand, it's a heavy toy. I love it more than the other ones you mentioned because I prefer a hard pressure with little thrusts over my g-spot. And the Ella bends out of shape at even a little pressure. The Key is nice, but it is one sided. This is why I say the Wand. More options.

But then again, if you get the Wand, and you love it (it's got a little learning curve to it so be warned. It willt ake some time to figure out how to make it work for you), you're spoiled for future toys.

Good luck. If you need any more suggestions or advice, let me know.
09/15/2013
Sincerely Yours, N Sincerely Yours, N
I would go with the Ella.

The Ella is the cheapest of the three your mentioned, and has incredible reviews. A lot of women have found their g-spots with her, and the silicone is an easy material to get used to. She has just enough give to have give (unlike the pure wand, and, from what I hear, the Comet G). Furthermore, she has two sides, and though I know everyone seems to hate the "traditional" side, I kind of like it when warming up, just for a bit so that I feel more "open".

All three of these toys have a learning curve (as do most g-spot toys), but the Ella might be the one that helps you find your g-spot the easiest, since it's form is more meant for easy finding. Granted, your anatomy might not fit it, but the same can be said about the other two as well.

The pure wand would be my second choice from that list, but I feel that it's expensive and not quite meant for beginners. Don't get me wrong, it's incredible once you get the hang of it, but it might be too cold / unfriendly / heavy for you as a beginner to work with. I admit, I'm buying a pure wand and it's coming in the mail later today, but I still intimidated about using it.

If you're just going based on reviews, the Ella does have incredible reviews virtually everywhere, unless, of course, she doesn't fit your anatomy. Granted, I've heard of less people hating the Pure Wand than the Ella, but I'd still try the Ella first. Silicone is a much friendlier material, and she's a lot lighter and easier for beginners to use. I think, if you were an advanced user asking this question, I would have said pure wand, but as a newbie the Ella really is a good toy that has found a lot of women's g-spots and given many of them their first squirt, whereas the pure wand is often a toy they get afterwards and once they're comfortable with their g-spots.
09/16/2013
edeneve edeneve
I agree w/ Rossie. be sure to know the girth you can take & always check the girth of every vibe or dildo you order - something I've forgotten to do several times & have been disappointed.
09/16/2013
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