Turned G-spot vs. Pure Wand

Eucaly Eucaly 06/08/2011

I'm thinking the most about these two toys. I want a great G-spot toy. Right now my only G-spot toy is an acrylic wand (not sold here) that I think is too narrow and pointy for my liking (hard to keep pressure on the correct spot as it slips to the right or left), plus the part outside my body is difficult to grasp while I'm using it.

With that toy, I've gotten right to the edge of a G-spot orgasm but never quite made it. Obviously I need a replacement that works better and that is why I'm thinking about the Turned G-spot and the Pure Wand.

The price difference is not a concern for me; I'll just wait until I have more points saved up for the more expensive one if that's what I decide to go with. What I am concerned about is wrist and hand fatigue. I am very susceptible to wrist and hand fatigue, and I'm worried the Pure Wand, despite it's great reputation, would be a pain in the wrist for long sessions because it is heavy.

I'm thinking the Turned G-spot, being of lightweight wood, would be a good substitute to try. What do you think?

Is there a way to use the Pure Wand that won't create this fatigue?

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Eucaly Eucaly
If you have any of these techniques, I'd be particularly interested in hearing them.
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Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I'm not sure I can help because I'm a guy who uses the toy on my wife. However I think the key is leveraging the arc and weight. Find a rhythm that allows you to draw the large ball against your g-spot - then let gravity take it back the other way. Also if you draw the arc close to your body the curved shaft can add clitoral stimulation and the pubic bone can help make it feel lighter.

That's the best I can do - good luck.
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Eucaly Eucaly
If you have experiences with wood, even if not with this toy, I'd be interested in hearing about them and how easy it was to hold and manipulate the toy for long periods.
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Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
I have six Nob Essence toys. They are much more lightweight than my Pure Wand, so yes, the Turned G-Spot would be a much better choice for someone who has difficulty with wrist fatigue. I would much rather use my Nob Essence toys over a longer duration of time since the Pure Wand would definitely become tiring after a while, even for someone who does not easily experience hand and wrist fatigue.

I have the Turned G-Spot, and it is a fantastic, amazing toy. The "hooked" end is an incredible G-spotter.

I love all of my Nob Essence toys, but the Turned G-Spot and the Smooth S Shape are my two favorites out of all of them (and they both place in the top five on my favorite toys list out a rather extensive collection).

If you get it, I hope you love it as much as I do! Good luck.
06/08/2011
Eucaly Eucaly
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Originally posted by Selective Sensualist
I have six Nob Essence toys. They are much more lightweight than my Pure Wand, so yes, the Turned G-Spot would be a much better choice for someone who has difficulty with wrist fatigue. I would much rather use my Nob Essence toys over a longer ... More
Thank you so much for these details!
06/08/2011
Eucaly Eucaly
I wanted to thank everyone for their help on this. Last night I purchased the Turned G-spot. Expect a review in a few months.

I might purchase the pure wand at a later time.
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