Weenie G's pressure point

G-spot vibrator by NMC Ltd

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Cute and Intimidating, but Sexy?

Weenie's Pressure Point is a cute, simple vibrator meant primarily for G-spot stimulation. With a slim, curved shaft of bulging spheres that tapers off into a point, it stimulates a single spot while the vibrations work the rest. The vibrations probably aren't strong enough for those who have a hard time with internal orgasms, but they're steady enough to be used by a more internally sensitive user, or at the same time as an external vibrator. It's slim, cute, and can be pretty effective.
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Pros:
Slim, easy to use, with a good variety of functions.
Cons:
A little low in intensity, odd looking.
Rating by reviewer:
4
extremely useful review

Use

Weenie G's Pressure Point is an odd looking toy meant primarily for G-Spot stimulation. Its bumped tip curves inwards to hit the G-spot, so you don't have to try twisting and turning to find what you're looking for. The smooth, slightly rounded tip could also be used for clitoral stimulation, but the vibrations may be a little low to fully hit your peak. As a clitoral vibe, this works great for partner play, especially on its pulsing settings for foreplay. As an internal vibrator, it's best for solo play, and works great when used with an external toy, as well.
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Everyone
    • Solo
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Tub/shower/pool
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

Once out of its cute box, the 7.5 inch Pressure Point doesn't really have any strange smell or texture. Made out of normal hard plastic and just-this-side-of-velvety TPR, it's strange looking but also strangely intriguing. Both the plastic and the TPR have a smooth, sleek feeling that gives it a nice hand-feel, and while the TPR makes it smoother going in when it's needed, it doesn't add any extra stimulation (but that's okay, since the tapering bulges of the tip provide plenty).

One note about the material, as well: the images (and packaging) make it look like the Weenie is vaguely flexible. It really isn't; the tip only gives a little bit when pushed, which doesn't really do much. The good thing about this, however, is that when an internal toy is really flexible, it's hard to get it quite where you want it. So the Pressure Point is in a pretty good place, not too flexible, not too solid.
    • No odor
    • Smooth
    • Somewhat porous

Design / Shape / Size

I have a friend that is so sensitive that ridged condoms drive her crazy. If you're like that, this is not your G-Spot buddy. The slightly curved tip has four round bulges that taper off into a rounded point. It's definitely a little intimidating at first, like a strange looking spike-- not something that immediately shouts "Orgasm!" But once you get past the initial question mark, it is a nice G-Spot toy that is slim and easy to use.
    • Beginner
    • Whimsical / artistic

Functions / Performance / Controls

As an internal, g-spot vibrator, the Pressure Point could probably use a little bit of a boost in vibrations, but it's still pretty good on its own. Once you get it into the right position, the slightly curved tip gives a good amount of pressure. The biggest lack I found was that the vibrations come from the bottom of the shaft, not from inside the ridges themselves, which I think would make a much stronger, more effective g-spot vibe. It would also make the PP a more useful multi-tasker, making it more effective with clitoral stimulation or other forms of play.

The functions on the PP are a little odd at first, but are really easy to get used to, as long as you know how many there are. On one side is the On/Off button, which makes quick work of getting the toy on or off without having to cycle through any vibrations to get there. Next to it is the function button, which cycles through its 10 different levels and patterns of vibrations. Keep in mind that for some reason it starts backwards, the first function being a steady High vibration, then going down to Medium and then Low, then cycling through the rest.

When it comes to noise, this baby is pretty quiet. In fact, when I used a clitoral vibrator right after this one, the difference in volume was kinda crazy.

I think the biggest function problem I noticed is actually a common problem with g-spot vibes; getting the tip where you want it! Sliding it in with the curved tip right where you need it is easy, but as you get going-- probably moving/writhing a bit-- you're likely to notice that the handle has changed positions. The toy comes with a little wrist strap, which is very cute but not all that practical, considering how much you're likely to want to move or adjust as you play. So it's good to keep in mind that you'll likely need to adjust every now and then.
    • Discreet sound
    • Multiple settings
    • Not very discreet

Care and Maintenance

My favorite means of cleaning my toys is a good spritz with a toy cleaner and a detailed wipe-down with a clean rag/towel. I've found that not all TPR toys play nice together, so I stay on the safe side and wrap all my non-hard-plastic toys in a small bit of cloth and arrange them separately in my toy box. This keeps them from collecting bits of dust or hair over time, and avoids any unfriendly reactions with other toy materials in my collection. Also, every few months I try to take a moment to take out all the toys I haven't used in a while and give them a quick wipe down with a cleaner to keep them in good shape, sometimes putting in batteries and making sure they're all still working.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store

Packaging

I don't usually make comments about packaging unless the package was particularly awesome. But the Pressure Point-- while the packaging was definitely cute in a cylindrical plastic pink/purple case-- had something even cooler; instructions. Now, I've found that it's rare enough to find a toy that gives you instructions on how to put in/maintain the batteries and their case. The PP has that and more. In fact, it even has a little instructional bit on how to actually use the toy. This was unexpected, and I think it's really awesome.
    • Not discreet
    • Very informative

Personal comments

I generally have a hard time getting fully aroused and reaching orgasm. My experience with Weenie's Pressure Point was no different, and I found that I couldn't reach an orgasm with it alone. But being that this is an issue I live with, I don't find any fault with the toy itself, and actually still like it a lot. It's a strange little thing with an odd shape, and I usually like more discreet toys, but it's cute and simple, and I think it would do its job pretty well on someone who is more internally sensitive.

Experience

As I said, I didn't find G-spot bliss with this toy, but I don't blame the toy for it. It just doesn't seem to be my body's destiny. What was wonderful, however, was using the Pressure Point internally while using a good strong clitoral vibe externally. The combination created a wonderfully intense orgasm that was deep, smooth, and lasting. I may not be able to get off with this one by itself, but I now love using it with others.
Follow-up commentary
This is still an okay vibrator, but I rarely ever use it. It's got a good vibration, and it's great that the pin-point tip goes straight for the clitoris in a very good way. It's just a little too single-purpose, and I just never reach for it. Still, not a bad buy, just a bit lacking in the multi-purpose department.
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  • Purpleladybug
    Purpleladybug  
    Thanks for the review!!
  • KnK
    KnK  
    Thanks for the review. Looks interesting
  • LikeSunshineDust
    LikeSunshineDust  
    Thanks for the review.
  • ZenaidaMacroura
    ZenaidaMacroura  
    Thanks for the review!
  • Sin Secret
    Sin Secret  
    Okay, call me crazy, but I didn't realize this was supposed to be an anal toy until the review came up and it was listed in that category!
    I mean, of course I knew it could be used for it, but since I don't prefer anal toys I didn't review that aspect of it...I'm just surprised to see it listed here specifically...I'm kind of embarrassed now...
  • ZenaidaMacroura
    ZenaidaMacroura  
    Huh. I didn't notice that. Oh well! With a name like "Weenie G," you'd think it would be a g-spot toy. Cool that it works that way, too.
  • Sin Secret
    Sin Secret  
    The package does say "G-Spot", and the instructions I mentioned mentions both vaginal and anal use. So I guess it's a free-for-all.
  • I'll Miss You EF :(
    I'll Miss You EF :(  
    It is NOT safe for anal use there is no base and it could get stuck or damage inside of your anus. It is a mistake and the EF team is working on it. Do NOT use this vibrator in your ass. It is NOT intended for anal use.

    Other than that, Good review
  • Sin Secret
    Sin Secret  
    Ah, thanks much!
  • angel142stx
    angel142stx  
    thanks for the review
  • AlaskanBeauty
    AlaskanBeauty  
    Excellent job with this review
  • big b
    big b  
    great review
  • Jordan B
    Jordan B  
    Thanks for the review.
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