Not hitting all the high notesOpus is a unique shaped silicone vibrator intended for dual stimulation of the G-spot and clitoris. If it happens to fit your anatomy, you'll be having yourself a symphony of pleasure from this work of art. It may have vibrations on the weaker side but its design hits the G-spot just right, and being quiet and waterproof only adds to its appeal.
Easy to use
Vibrations are on the weak side
The unique shape of the Opus will not fit all anatomies, it may work wonderfully for some for dual stimulation of the G-spot and clitoris, and not be able to hit the right spots for others. The Opus can be used on other erogenous zones too, it's shape makes it a bit awkward for teasing nipples but you could wrap it around your partners testicles and penis for added stimulation during foreplay. It has the added benefit of being waterproof, so you can take the Opus with you into the tub or shower if you wish.
The entire Close2You line has a musical influence, the Close2You slogan is 'Music is the key to a woman's heart.' All of the toys in the Close2You line have music inspired names, Opus is a Latin word an artistic composition. It seems that Close2You has stuck pretty close to the music influence in their product, they call the accessories included with the Opus encores, and the vibration patterns even seem to have a musical rhythm to them.
From my measurements the Opus is 14 inches long from one end to the other, with 5 inches of that being insertable. The insertable end does have a slightly bulged head at the the tip for targeting the G-spot. The tip of the Opus does a very good job at targeting your G-spot, and even though the Opus is flexible I find that I can still get firm pressure on my G-spot when using some leverage. The tip is about 4 inches in circumference while the rest of the insertable portion is 3.25 inches in circumference. The insertable half of the Opus is very flexible, the flexibility of this end aids in insertion and handling of the toy. The other side of the 'boomerang' is not meant for insertion, at the top of this end you will find the battery cap and controls. This end gradually flare out to a circumference of 5.5 inches.
While the insertable portion of the Opus is not very large, the shape of the toy makes it bulky and it seems large. Overall I think the size of the insertable portion would make this toy suitable for beginners or users of all experience levels.
There are two buttons located on the battery cap of the Opus, one is for power and one is for switching vibrations. When you turn the Opus on it will start at the lowest steady vibration pattern. Pressing down on the button for vibration control will cycle you through the 8 settings, pressing the power button will turn the Opus off. The Opus will always turn back on to the lowest vibration setting, so if you find a pattern setting you prefer, you will have to cycle through all of the settings to find it again with every use.
The motor for the Opus is located towards the end of the Opus with the controls. The vibrations have to travel through the silicone to the insertable portion of the toy. I find the vibrations from the Opus to be on the weaker side, I prefer G-spot toys to have deep rumbly vibrations, and I just don't get that with the Opus. I think the design would be improved if there was a motor located in the G-spot head of the toy as well. Where the motor is on the Opus is right about where the Opus is suppose to lay against the clitoris, so if the Opus fits your anatomy you will be pleased to have the vibrations right against your clit. I find that I have to use two hands to get this to work properly for me because the Opus just doesn't fit me right. Overall the Opus is very quiet, if you are worried about discretion you can safely use this under covers or behind a closed door without having to worry about someone hearing the toy and figuring out what you are doing. The Opus is also waterproof, just make sure the rubber o-ring stays in place when changing batteries and you can safely enjoy this toy in the tub or shower, or if you are lucky enough to have access, even a hot tub or pool.
Close2You's packaging is very impressive. I would expect a much higher price tag on a toy that comes with this quality of packaging. The Opus comes in a sturdy white box, the top of the box has a flap on it that lifts to show the Opus through a window. There are two drawers on the side of the box, the first drawer pulls out and contains the Opus sitting in a soft foam insert. The second drawer contains accessories from Close2You including a purple velvet storage pouch, 2AAA batteries, a product manual, a bottle of Close2You's water-based lube Glissando, a Close2You toy wipe, and a Close2You purple silicone cock ring called Dulce Ami. Sticking with their music theme, Close2You calls all of these accessories the encore. I was shocked that Close2You includes such an impressive assortment of accessories with the Opus. I also am very pleased with the quality of the box that the Opus comes in, and I have kept it because it is perfect to store the Opus in between uses. If you do not wish to keep the box, or you do not have room for it, you can always store the Opus in the included toy pouch. The packaging also makes the Opus a great gift.
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