The Chic G- a simple sly tool that discovers and celebrates your g-spot with pin point accuracy.The Crystal Chic G from California Exotic Novelties is a wonderful, inexpensive, simple, slim lined vibrator.
It can be used on any erogeneous zone, but because of how pointy it is, works best for me on my g-spot. I love that it scratches the exact right spot and for a cheap vibe reaches 4 vrooms, even if they are rather buzzy.
useable during sex
It's quite buzzy and I don't have a male around to try it for me, but it isn't the best toy for external male genital stimulation, though I guess it would work in a pinch.
Beginners will love the lack of texture and ease of use while more advanced users will have a specific purpose in mind.
It does have a ring of tiny bling around the battery compartment end but these are nowhere near where you would be using the toy and are purely for decoration.
The Chic G has no smell or taste. It's pretty basic smooth plastic.
When I first got the toy it was quiet- 1 to 2 bees, but I made the mistake of briefly taking out the papery plastic in the battery compartment and even though I put it back in it became louder than ever. Annoyingly loud- a high pitched 3 almost 4 bees. It sounds like it's too much for the motor and it might break but gets a little quieter when it's inside my body.
It works great under water as well and because it's so thin you don't be to worry about a ton of friction need due to the water.
It takes 2 AAA batteries which slip in easily, plus side(the end with the bump) down so that the spring in the cap presses against the flattened end of the battery. I've had the same batteries in it for at least 10 sessions.
Clean with anti bacterial soap and water or a 10% bleach solution. Just make sure that the rubber ring stays in place around the threading of the end so that no water gets in.
The Chic G is compatible with all lubes as I mentioned with examples above.
Plus like I mentioned before, I accidentaly took the paper/plastic insert out for a second and after that the toy reached 3-4 bees so lesson learned- don't remove the plastic or you will have one noisy toy indeed.