Large G-spot flogger

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A Luxurious Extravagant Flogger

If you are looking for a well crafted luxurious sexy flogger and are willing to spend some money on it, then this may be a good choice. It overall is just very appealing, has incredibly soft falls, and in my opinion is a very versatile flogger. The handle also can be used for vaginal stimulation and might be a great first foray into the world of wooden toys. A great addition to your toy chest if you know what are you looking for in a flogger.
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Pros:
-Soft Leather
-Aesthetically Appealing
-Well Crafted
Cons:
-Expensive
Rating by reviewer:
5
extremely useful review

Use

The Large G-spot Flogger by Nob Essence is a flogger. Since this toy is so expensive I am going to assume those reading it have some basic knowledge about floggers. But just as a quick reminder, please read up on the safety surrounding them, they can be a great toy, but if used improperly they can cause some serious harm to an individual.

The G-spot flogger is a unique flogger in that the handle doubles as a penetrative toy, specifically designed for G-spot stimulation. This flogger sports exotic wood, fine leather, a lovely glossy finish, and just looks like a luxurious piece. And it performs quite similarly.

The G-spot flogger is a full scene length flogger. It is something you would see at a play party, or in a BDSM porn film, or a BDSM demonstration film. It is the real deal. It is a leather and suede flogger. One side of the leather is the outer hide, while the inside is suede giving it a unique feel.

Because of the handle of this toy and the cost of this toy I would consider this an advanced toy. This is not something I would likely get for a first flogger, just because it is an investment and it is a little trickier to use than most. But if you have some points or cash to blow then you might want to consider it.

In terms of a flogger it is still on the lighter side. As I mentioned it has suede on the one side and finished leather on the other. It also has relatively wide straps. So I would consider this flogger more thuddy as opposed to stingy.
  • 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
    • Flogging
    • Heavy play
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Play party
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Breasts
    • Buttocks
    • Thighs

Design / Craftsmanship / Size / Material / Features

As mentioned already this flogger is unique because the handle functions as a vaginal G-spot dildo. So I will first talk about the handle of this toy. The wood mused to make this flogger is called Padauk. It is a wood and I am not going to go in much detail about it. It is an exotic wood from Africa or Asia, it is a tough wood, and people like the color of it. This is an exotic wood, and that is where some of the price comes into play. It is a luxury and aesthetic piece. And I do think the handle is very nice looking. It has a lovely color, the grain is very attractive, and it is very hard, and smooth, and just seems nice.
Here is a photo of the whole flogger

And here you get a better view of the handle.


The handle on this toy as you can see from the photo has quite a large curve on it, which results in a large bulbous object at the end (this is obviously the G-spot portion). I personally bought this toy to use a flogger, and did not really care much about using the dildo portion of it, so I have not tried it out. I will explain a little bit later why there are other reasons I have not as well. So I cannot comment on it as a dildo, but it does seem like it would provide pretty good stimulation. You could probably read a review of one of Nob Essence's wood G-spot dildos and get a very good idea of how it would feel. Now the reason the wood can safely be used as an insertable object is because it has a protective coating on it (wood without a coating would not be safe, because it is porous and could splinter). They call it Lubrosity and claim that it is hypoallergenic, scent free, water resistant, chemical/bacteria resistant, and phthalate free. I am sure it is all of these things. I am quite positive though it is just a body safe clear coat and is not something only their company can produce. Basically it is just a layer between you and the wood that keeps it safe. You can check the integrity of this lining by immersing the wood portion in water. You should not see any wet and dark spots on the wood. If this is the case the coating is not longer functioning and the toy should not be used for penetration. This can occur if you drop the toy on a hard surface, because the wood could crack causing the coating to also break. So to shorten all of that, the wood has a nice body safe coating that lets you use the toy vaginally.

Now to talk about how the handle feels and handles. So a handle on a flogger should be balance with the falls of the flogger so that swinging the toy is as easy as possible. If you have ever swung a flogger that is horribly off balance it feels very weird and makes flogging a difficult activity. I think this flogger has a very well balanced handle. When you swing it, the handle seems to weigh the same amount as the falls which is very nice. I would expect that from a flogger that costs this much money and it delivers. When swinging this flogger the handle was admittedly a little awkward at first. A straight classic flogger handle is easier to use, but after a couple of minutes of trial and error I did find a comfortable and easy to use place for my hand on the handle. I think the handle works just as well as a classic flogger, it is just going to take you some extra time before you find your sweet spot.

The handle has the following measurements:
8 ½” long, 1 3/4” bulb, 2” widest.

Moving on the falls of the toy. They are made out of leather. I am unsure of what animal they come from, but they are very very soft. My guess would be deerskin. I have heard it is one of the softest hides, but I am unsure. It is definitely not cow or bison, because both of those are harder than what this is. The falls have a finished leather on one side and a suede leather on the other, so you get a mix of very soft, and soft. I like the dual textures of them. Overall they are very soft and exactly what I was looking for.

The measurements of the falls are as follows:
23 ½ inches long, ½ of an inch wide, and 1/16 of an inch thick

The toy also comes with a small leather strap and a metal S ring that are used for hanging your flogger up. I was initially a little disappointed this flogger did not have a strap when I was ordering it online, but I was pleasantly surprised when I found they included the hardware necessary to hang this flogger up and keep it in top condition.

A small leather strap and a metal eyelet that allow you to hang the flogger up.


Here is a size comparison of the G-spot flogger with the other floggers I own:

The Lelo Suede flogger on top, in middle is the G-spot flogger, and on the bottom is the fluffy flogger.


Now for some general characteristics of the flogger. Overall it seems very well made. The falls seem securely attached to the wooden handle and I expect no problems with them. The leather is good quality, the wood has no flaws, and I expect this toy to last for a very long time as long as you are careful and do not drop it (doing so can cause the wood to crack and split). But this is not a toy I am going to just be throwing across the room.

The toy does smell like leather. I find it to be very pleasant, but it is faint and really only noticeable if you bring it right next to your face. It is not something you will notice during play. The handle has no odor to it, and it has no taste to it either, which is nice.

The toy rates a 7 on EF's safety scale because of the leather. Leather is a porous material so it can trap bacteria and fluids in it and never be completely sterilized. The wooden handle however can be completely sterilized. (It rates a 9 on the safety scale)
    • Large
    • Leather
    • Well made / sturdy

Performance

This toy performed very well and met all of my expectations. My girlfriend and I are still relatively new to flogging and even though I am a masochist I wanted something softer to start off with and this toy works great. It has nice soft falls that are wide providing a nice thuddy feel to it. The flogger warms where it hits, providing a lovely sensation as endorphins flow through your body. But if you choose to swing it harder it can definitely provide some sting to it. I think this is a very good all around flogger. Something that a lot of people would like. That being said if you are very sensitive to pain you might want to go with an all suede flogger and if you want some serious sting you will want to have a harder leather or plastic or metal to create the sting you desire.

The handle is nice and comfortable once you find where you hand fits comfortably in it and because the flogger is nicely balanced it allows it to easily be swung and allows the top to comfortably use it.

Leather should really not come in contact with any bodily fluids and that is why I do not use this flogger as a G-spot toy. I think it is possible for vaginal secretions to get on the falls and cause some damage to them. That is the trade off you make with this toy. It probably would not be much damage, and if you were really careful potentially none. I bought this because I wanted a flogger though and I choose to use it only as a flogger. There are probably other reviews that can you more detail on using this toy vaginally and whether they had any issues with bodily fluids or lubricant coming in contact with the falls.
    • Caution needed
    • Good for teasing
    • Thuddy

Care and Maintenance

Storing this toy is easily done with the leather strap and S ring provided. It hangs the flogger from the G-spot ball and lets the fall dangle nicely, keeping them in good shape. You do not want mold to grow on your flogger so it should be stored in a cool dry place. It should also be stored away from light to prevent fading and cracking of the leather.

After play with the flogger you can gently wipe the falls with a cloth (lint free is the best kind) to remove any excess moisture (from sweat or bodily fluids). Again this is just to prevent mold.

Cleaning leather products is tricky and controversial. The problem is that as you get more cleaning power (get rid of stains and bacteria) you also increase the probability of damaging or discoloring the leather. Because of this I will let you read up on leather cleaning and make your own decisions.

Suede is particularly difficult, because if you get it wet it wrecks it. The leather side is a bit easier because you use liquids on it (such as saddle soap. Again controversy over this).

Using a flogger on multiple partners becomes tricky. Again the cleaner you get your flogger the higher risk of damaging it. Exposing it to air for a couple of days will actually kill most bacteria and nasty things, but there is no absolute guarantee. Some people use UV light to kill things on their floggers. This will get it cleaner but has a higher risk of damaging it. So again I will let you read up on how to clean and you can decide how you are using your flogger and how safe you feel about a little bit of sweat or bodily fluids on it. For my and my girlfriend we are monogamous and both free of an infections so I am perfectly fine just wiping down the falls after use. That is safe for me, but depending on your usage this may not me.

The falls should not be conditioned like most falls. Doing so will cause them to soften and can cause the flogger not to work how it was initially made. The only time I would ever condition my flogger with leather conditioner is if I saw that it was really dry and would crack if I did not do something. Again you should not condition the suede side, only the finished leather side.

Overall floggers are high maintenance items. They require a good amount of care and attention, but they are often described as people's favorite toys and a worth while investment.

In general though all you really need to do is wipe down your flogger after each use. Exposing it to the air will cause most of the
    • Easy to store
    • Hard to clean
    • High maintenance

Packaging

The packaging on this toy was quite simple. It came wrapped in paper with a tiny sticker saying the name of the product. The packaging was very minimal and did not say much. Here you can see the flogger as it came.


For such an expensive piece I feel like the wrapping could have been a bit better and more luxurious, but I also understand just letting the toy stand on its own without any packaging. And the toy does come with everything you need to store it. So at the end of the day I did not really mind the packaging. If you are going to be giving this as a gift though you might want to unwrap it and re-wrap it in something slightly more fancy.

The packaging is actually quite discreet. If you read the small label you can figure out what the toy is (the label tells you it is a their Provoke model flogger), but an average person looking at it would probably have no idea that it is a flogger. They would probably have no idea what it was, so you do not need to be super concerned with the packaging drawing attention.

The packaging does not provide lots of information. Inside the wrapping you will find a small little plastic bag with a piece of cardboard telling you about the wood used to make the product, but not actually about the flogger itself. Nob Essence focuses on wooden pieces, so the insert just talks about caring for the wood, not the actual flogger.
    • Discreet looking packaging
    • Minimal
    • Recyclable

Personal comments

Just a quick reminder floggers are a serious toy that can cause damage to a person if not properly used. So please just read up on safety before you use one. There are proper areas to hit and there are improper areas to hit. I included this in my Fluffy Flogger review and I thought I would include it here too

When you are first buying a flogger if you do some research it can be rather daunting, just because there is so much information and variety in floggers. So I have tried to provide some concise information about them.

First decide what kind of feel you want. There are two words used to describe floggers. Stingy or Thuddy. Stingy is a more intense feeling, more painful and is more similar to a paper cut for example. Or think of being whipped by a shoe lace. This is typically not what a beginner wants. Thuddy is a warmer, less painful sensation. You can think of being hit by a pillow here. This is typically what a beginner might want to start out with.

So next is material. The material is going to change if you get a thuddy or a stingy feeling. The most thuddy material is suede. It is very light and soft, then comes leathers (the softer the more thuddy, the harder the more stingy. So deer hide is very soft and thuddy, but cowhide is a bit harder and slightly more stingy), then comes plastic which is even more stingy. Braided leather is also going to be quite stingy.

The fall length is also important. The longer they are the more momentum you can get and the more force you can apply. So a long flogger is going to have more force than a small flogger.

The fall width also changes the property. As the falls get wider it will be more thuddy. As they get more narrow it will provide more of a stingy sensation.

Those are some pretty decent basics when buying a flogger. I would suggest everyone who is serious about using one goes out and reads about them. Especially before using one, because they can harm somebody. For example you never want a flogger to wrap around a person and hit their stomach. It is then hitting organs and not muscle/fat and if you swing hard enough you can hurt a person. So just be safe when using a flogger. Go slow before you start swinging hard. A lot of people recommend practicing on a pillow before using one on a person. So just go out and find some resources there are some really great experts out there who will give you lots of advice of how to do it safely and make the person being flogged enjoy it the most.
This product was provided at a discounted price in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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Comments
  • Sangsara
    Sangsara  
    awesome very thorough review!!! good luck in the rumble!!
  • unfulfilled
    unfulfilled  
    Great review thanks for sharing!
  • Cowgirl-Cutie
    Cowgirl-Cutie  
    Thanks so much!
  • Genderfree
    Genderfree  
    I never thought about that. I guess the layer really is just that, a layer between you and the toy. I don't know why the safety rating is so high, then.
  • tami
    tami  
    thank you for a very through review
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