G curve teaser - g-spot vibrator by Cal Exotics - review by Lord of Hyphens

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The Poor Misunderstood Vibrator

Good toy, but expect to replace/repair after six or so months of usage. Be creative with it and you shall be rewarded.
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Pros:
Good multipurpose toy, excellent for clitoral use.
Cons:
Not really used for its intended purpose, fails after approx. 6 months. Rubbery feel.
Rating by reviewer:
4
useful review
The G curve Teaser is a toy that claims to be a g-spot vibrator. While it's a nice product, its uses actually are better aligned for clitoral use--the tip generally isn't long enough for G-spot work. This is probably my (and my partner's) current favorite toy and always finds use during sex play (at least whenever vibrators come out). In fact, we liked it so much that I resurrected it from the dead (see the last section of the review) after it expired.

This toy's construction is a egg vibrator encased in a jelly material (pay attention to the hygiene recommendations for it) that, when cleaned, will keep its rubbery feel/smell. A pair of AA batteries power the device, with throttle control provided by a dial on the side of the control pod. Very simple design and easy to use. Something I have noticed is that, depending on how you store the toy, the device can be turned on at an very low power and drain the batteries accidentally.

As mentioned before, the toy's length is very short, but use (water or silicone-based) lube if you want to do a full insertion of the device. No lube is really necessary for clitoral use (my recommended usage). The device's power is satisfactory (excellent when combined with the focusing tip), as well as variable.

Other entertaining uses of the G Curve Teaser include using it as a point massage device--I've had good luck using it (after cleaning!) to massage sinus passages and other sensitive areas on my (and my partner's) face. Experiment all over the body!

I'd usually put this into a follow-up review, but after around 6 months, the wiring at the probe-end developed an open (a break in the wire). This is mostly repairable, at the cost of breaking whatever seal there was in the motor (it wasn't waterproof to begin with, so this is likely just a cosmetic issue).

With a sharp utility knife, cut the seam around the base (it'll be a distinct line). Pull this back, and don't worry about if you cause the wire to break completely--we'll either be reconnecting the wires manually or replacing the egg.

Now, squeeze the vibrator out of the jelly sheath. If you have another California Exotic egg vibrator, the size and shape of the innards are similar enough to simply place the sheath onto the new vibrator. To do this, squeeze the sheath and slowly insert the egg vibrator, allowing it to be suctioned inside (I would not recommend placing an erect penis into the sheath or using it as an extension).

If you want to get the piece that was cut off back on, you'll have to de-solder the connections from the control pod on both units and move the end over and then use an epoxy to bond it back to the main sheath. Re-solder the ends (either to the original control pod or the replacement vibe's controller). The solder used takes a while to heat properly (or the iron I was using is garbage).
Experience
Something you might be tempted to do is take the toy apart and "upgrade" the power and/or features of the toy. The design of the toy is simple enough to lend itself to this. Be mindful of the size of the wires the possibility of shorts in the wires (especially when working with repaired toys or Frankenstein-ing one) when going up in power. I have a prototype that uses a 9V that, while it produces a lot of vibe, also has heated the wire. I highly recommend installing a secondary voltage regulator as a governor in the control pod if you want to play around with different voltage settings. Also, I am fairly sure that running the motor at a higher voltage will shorten its life (without knowing the specifications, I can't be sure of how much).

With a analog controller, another interesting "hack" would be to assemble your own signal-controlled vibrator (ala iBuzz clone or perhaps as an attachment to a game controller).
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  • LikeSunshineDust
    I absolutely loved this vibrator when mine was still alive. Alas, the same thing happened to mine...it died within just a few months :'( I never thought of fixing it though, and I have yet to buy a new one. I don't really feel like spending money on something I know will break. Maybe I'll reconsider it now that I know it can be fixed.

    I've heard a contributing factor to bullet-type vibrators like this one breaking is using them as insertable vibrators. It can lead to the wires being pulled, causing it to short out. Which sucks, 'cause this one is advertised as a g-spot vibrator.

    Thanks for the review!
  • Lord of Hyphens
    I probably shouldn't have used "fixed" as a term; "salvaged" is a better term for what most people would do (replacing the vibe part with another). Anyway, I've seriously considered doing a full disassembly of a similar egg vibrator (with its control pod) and fix that little design flaw, and add some of the other functionality.

    I hear USB vibrators are all the rage nowadays.
  • Airen Wolf
    California Exotic seems to be a bit hit and miss on it's toys it seems to me. Thanks for the review!
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