Japanese G-spot squirmy - vibrator by Doc Johnson - review by ZenaidaMacroura

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Japanese G-spot squirmy sex toy review

Overall, the Japanese G-spot Squirmy is a cute, good quality dual action vibrator with some minor problems, such as the weird smell and structure. I would recommend it to anyone who likes intense vibration and has a little patience.
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Pros:
Waterproof, silicone, multiple speeds of vibration and rotation
Cons:
Strong smell, can take maneuvering to hit g-spot and clit at once, vibration may be too strong
Rating by reviewer:
4
useful review
The first thing I noticed about the Japanese G-spot Squirmy was how cute it is. It is made of nice, squishy, soft silicone, making it simple to clean and all around pleasant. It also comes in girly pink or lavender. It has a nice curved shape to stimulate the g-spot and a non-animal shaped vibrating nub covered in little bumps for clitoral stimulation. With push-button controls on the base, you can cycle through the three speeds of vibration and three speeds of rotation for the head. It also has a button to change the direction of the rotation. Plus it’s waterproof; a feature every vibrator ought to have.

When I had some time and my husband was at work, I actually tried out the vibrator. I covered the toy with water based lube, inserted it, and turned on the rotation. I cycled through the three speeds and found that the only one I could feel very well was the highest speed. Then I turned on the vibration. I had the lowest speed on for about ten seconds before I came.

I couldn’t believe it.  It usually takes anywhere from ten minutes to half an hour for me, but this time was almost instant because of the rotation mixed with the powerful vibration. I didn’t even have to maneuver the toy much to get the nub in the right place over my clit.

After I came the first time, I waited a few minutes to gather my composure and started again.  This time, I really paid attention to all the features of the toy. One thing I noticed is that the head does not vibrate with the nub, which could be a problem for some people though not so much for me. Also, the lowest speed is the only speed I was actually able to use. The other two are way too intense and just made me numb within a few seconds.

The major drawback to this toy for me though is that it didn’t seem to do much for my g-spot like the name implies. Granted, I have yet to experience a g-spot orgasm, and I’m really beginning to think I am not capable of having one. However, I do know where the g-spot is, and I know what it feels like when it is stimulated; this toy wasn’t hitting it. I had to maneuver it too much to get it on my g-spot, and when it was on it, the nub wasn’t touching my clit. This is an obvious problem with a vibrator that is supposed to do it all at once.

And oddly, this toy smells strongly like paint-thinner.

Overall, the Japanese G-spot Squirmy is a cute, good quality dual action vibrator with some minor problems, such as the weird smell and structure. Although it’s the first dual action vibrator I have ever used and there are probably better ones out there, this one works pretty well and should be getting plenty of use from me.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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Comments
  • Happy Camper
    Happy Camper  
    That's disappointing to hear it didn't hit the g-spot and the clit simultaneously.  It really looks like a great toy otherwise.
  • Oggins
    Oggins  
    Based on the "actual size" image, it looks to be a bit too long to hit my g and clit at the same time also.  That is truly unfortunate.   Is this called the Japanese G-spot squirmy because it has a Japanese motor in it?  I hear that these are good motors although I have never personally owned one.
  • Nashville
    Nashville  
    If you're looking for a toy that will without a doubt stimulate your g-spot try a harder material like glass or steel.. those are the ONLY 2 types of materials that have been able to stimulate my g-spot effectively enough for me to have an internal orgasm.
  • ZenaidaMacroura
    ZenaidaMacroura  
    Oggins, I'm really not sure why it's called japanese or if it has a japanese motor. I did a teensy bit of research, but I have no idea. And Sleeping Dreamer, that's a good idea. I've never had a g-spot orgasm (by hand, vibrator, or any other means), but I've never tried glass or steel. I'll have to look into that. Thanks for the comments!
  • wetone123
    wetone123  
    Thanks for the review! Can't stand smelly toys, but those nubs sure look tempting! T vrooms do too!
  • ZenaidaMacroura
    ZenaidaMacroura  
    Thanks for commenting on this old, sucky review.
  • nicole07
    nicole07  
    great review
  • ToyGurl
    ToyGurl  
    Great review, even though it is old This toy looks like a lot of fun!
  • ZenaidaMacroura
    ZenaidaMacroura  
    Thanks for the comments. I still have this toy. Haven't used it it...oh, probably years. Haha.
  • badk1tty
    badk1tty  
    This is actually the first review i've read that said the vibes may be -too- strong, rather than too weak.
  • Tbanda
    Tbanda  
    Thanks!
  • Eugler
    Eugler  
    Great review!

    Really would like to try this toy!
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