Bgee: Too Small and Very DisappointingThis toy could work for many women, but it didn't work for me. The vibrations aren't that great when in use, and the toy's G-spot stimulator is too pinpoint for me: it felt like harsh poking. The toy can be used for clitoral stimulation but would be better suited to those whose bodies will work with the toy.
This toy was a disappointment for me. For quite some time now, I have been on a seemingly never-ending quest to find my G-spot (without a partner). I have been unsuccessful thus far. When I was referred to the Bgee, the looks of it and the support from those who have used it before had me expecting the Bgee to be some kind of mystical G-spot-locating object. Part of my immense disappointment is probably my fault, but I also expected this to end my quest, which is still on.
My Bgee is blue: slightly turquoise with a large splash of sky blue. The Bswish logo is located at the bottom at the toy in all lowercase letters with silver lettering. The font is very simple; if I had to compare it to a Microsoft Office font, it's a mix between Courier (in the spacing of the letters) and Ebrima (in the design of the letters . . . kind of).
The material is smooth plastic, and it feels nice against the skin. There are two small seams along the toy, one on the front and the other on the back. Both seams are not felt at all when inserted because they are filed down very well. The seams are only felt when you run your fingertip around the toy. The toy is thin, so it is very easily inserted. The batteries (two AAAs) are inserted plus-side down into the battery chamber. There is a paper insert (which you can choose to remove or not remove) that tells how to insert the batteries if you accidentally forget. The controls are a simple dial base. Simply turn the dial to adjust the speed.
The vibrations are surprisingly strong and very deep; for such a thin toy, it's really quite strong. I can see how this toy works for some women. For me, the angle of the head of the toy wasn't right and the thin tip feels more like jabbing than anything. Since that is the case, this is not a thrusting toy (not that I've tried to do that; I can see that by looking at it). I'm just not built for this toy.
But there are a few bonuses that I do like about this toy. One is that the toy is waterproof, making it a snap to clean and take care of. Two, the toy has excellent packaging and can be used for storage. Three, it also comes with its own storage pouch! It is just big enough to store the toy, some batteries, and a small bottle or packet of lubricant (water or silicone based, of course). Those, and the fact that the vibrations are strong and deep, are all things I really like about this toy. Though it hasn't given me the pleasure I wanted it to, I do plan to keep trying with it. It just doesn't seem right for me to give up on it when they've put so much effort into making this toy functional in terms of its packaging, storage, and design.
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