Pure Wand versus Bent Graduate

EJ EJ
For those of you who have used BOTH, which do you prefer for g-spot stimulation? Why???
07/30/2011
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Dawn (Lilac Distraction) Dawn (Lilac Distraction)
Based on research, reading reviews, and owning one of these toys, I will say that the Bent Graduate (or Amethyst) have a huge advantage in the weight category. Some people say that the weight of the Pure Wand become a little difficult for use. The Bent Graduate is one of the top selling glass pieces, and G-Spot dildos overall. Why not start out with that one? If you don't like it, you can always invest in the Pure Wand later. It would suck to spend all that money on something that you find yourself not liking.
07/30/2011
Waterfall Waterfall
I have both and I prefer the Pure Wand over the Bent Graduate. This is because the curve allows me to get g-spot pressure that never stops and gives me intense orgasms. When I tried the Bent Graduate, I was more of a beginner to g-spot stimulation and it did the job for me just fine. I would say that beginners might want to start with the Bent Graduate and then move to the Pure Wand after they know how much they like intense stimulation. Overall, I think that you can't go wrong with either toy because they are both great.
07/31/2011
EJ EJ
Thank you both for the feedback. I've been working with a Betty's Barbell (which is metal, but not curved) and an Ella. Both are nice, but don't supply the super-intense stimulation that the P.W. and B.G. look like they would supply. So it looks like the B.G. might be the next logical (and least expensive) step in the G-spot journey. Thanks.
08/01/2011
EJ EJ
Thought I might go with the Bent Graduate because it was cheaper, but when the Pure Wand went on sale, I grabbed one of those instead. And I'm glad I did; turns out I really like the weight and intensity of the metal.
09/17/2011
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