Fleur De Lis silicone silky G - g-spot vibrator by Evolved Novelties - review by Sangsara

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Oooh so soft and flexible— too flexible

The Fleur De Lis Silicone Silky G is a luscious G-spot vibrator by Evolved Novelties, with a perfectly shaped shaft and tip. It's about 3 vrooms but is exceptionally quiet and could be used in a number of situations for men, women or couples. It's waterproof and travels well, but is just too flexible for my needs.
Published:
Pros:
Silicone
Flexible
Waterproof
easy to use
nice colour
Cons:
Too flexible
No patterns
Could be stronger
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

The Fleur De Lis Silky G can be used as a G-spot vibrator or to stimulate any of your hot zones including nipples, perineum, or clitoral region. It is not suggested to use anally because it does not have a flared base, so if you attempt it (and judging from the shape it may be lovely) make sure that you and/or your partner are ultra careful not to lose it inside.

It can also be used all over the body, although for massage I would suggest rolling it on it side because the toy is so flexible it pretty much bends in half which restricts its use a bit.

It is thin enough to slip between two bodies while having intercourse or for her to insert it while being done anally.

It's a decent price and could be used by anyone— male or female, new to sex toys or old hands.
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    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
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot
    • Nipples

Material / Texture

This is a toy made from gorgeous silicone and plastic. Silicone is a 10 on the Eden safety scale, plastic an 8. This means it's nonporous, contains no latex or phthalates and is hypoallergenic. As long as its cleaned properly between users or orifices it can safely be shared by two or more partners.

This particular silicone is luscious and half of it lacks an inner core— making it extremely flexible. The Silky G comes in two colours: blue and purple. I have the blue one. It is really smooth, with no texture or seams but has a lot of drag, which means that when you run your finger along its surface it seems to 'drag' behind with more friction than may be comfortable for many users. To combat this try using a good water-based lube like Pink Water.




The Fleur De Lis Silky G also comes in a plastic version [http://www.edenfantasys.com/vibrators/g-spot-vibrators/silky-g] I mention this because of the extreme flexibility of the toy. If you like the shape but need more pin point pressure for G-spot or clitoral stimulation, try the plastic version.

Design / Shape / Size

Just looking at the toy, I think the design is great. It's a slim vibe with two ripples near the top and a curved tip. I like G-spot toys that look like claws because they provide a satisfying scratch that rounder toys just don't accomplish. The dimensions are as follows:

Length: 7 3/4"
Insertable length: 6"
Circumference: 4 1/4"
Diameter: 1 1/2"
Weight: 8.5 oz

The size is nice and slim and although I can sometimes appreciate the "full" feeling of a toy with more girth, I'm no size queen and love my slim toys. I have a fairly shallow G-spot so I can easily reach it with this toy and as the most nerve endings in a vagina are in the first two inches, I can still enjoy the ripples around the entrance.

Beginners will like this toy- it comes across as luxury, simple but still luxurious and high quality.
Travelers can easily throw this in a purse inside a pouch but for longer distances the case that is included would fit in a suitcase nicely. It's fairly discreet in that if you hadn't seen a lot of sex toys you wouldn't know what it was but it does have a motor in it so airport security would ask about it.
    • Beginner
    • Discreet look/design

Functions / Performance / Controls

It only has three settings, which are easy to operate from a push button on the bottom end of the vibe. It does not have any pattern functions, but the performance is good.

Underwater it retains full power, which on the third and highest setting is 3—3.5 vrooms. It would be a perfect hot tub, bathtub or shower toy.

On a better note, one bee is as loud as this gem gets.
    • Discreet sound
    • Easy to use
    • Not enough variety

Care and Maintenance

The Silicone Silky G is easy to clean and easy to store. Keep it in the container it comes in to avoid dirt and maintain the longevity of the silicone.

Also, keep it from having contact with any silicone- or oil-based lube and stick to a water-based lube like Hydra.

It can be cleaned virtually any way but boiling. It can be fully submersed in antibacterial soap and water, or wiped down with a wipe or a 10% bleach, 90% water solution.

It takes 2 AAA batteries which are best left OUT of the toy when not in use to avoid battery corrosion and motor problems.
    • Easy to store

Packaging

Evolved Novelties seems to spend a bit of cash on the hard plastic cases that house their toys. The Silicone Silky G comes in a see-through cylindrical version, encasing the toy without actually touching any of it but the bottom where a cap unscrews. It even has a ribbon on top, I guess for display, but it could help with storage.
silky g case


Instructions and warnings are minimal and written on the case.

Personal comments

The only thing I don't like, other than it could be stronger, is that it is overly flexible. Now I'm all for a flexible toy, I even have a couple that bend and change shape, but come on! The entire top half of the Silky G bends when any amount of pressure is applied to it. This is the opposite issue than I normally have which is that some toys are too rigid or too stiff like in my FiFi review.

Experience

So I first tried the Silicone Silky G in a Liberator BonBon and I had mixed feelings. It fit nicely—especially at an angle while the BonBon was on its side. With the toy inside me in a fixed position it felt nice, but when I tried to thrust with it, it was far too flexible and although perfectly shaped, I couldn't find enough pressure for my G-spot. I think the silicone sucks up a bit of the vibrations as well. I would really like to try the plastic version. I'll have to try the Silky G elsewhere, such as the bathtub because it does retain its strength underwater.
Follow-up commentary
I ended up trading this toy because even though it had so many great qualities it was just way too flexible. It bends when you try to use it on your g-spot. I decided that the plastic version mentioned above was a better bet and I will eventually review that. The person I sent it to seems to like it though and I got a great trade for it. If you want to use it as a clit toy or for perineum stimulation it's great though.
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