G-Whiz? Gosh Darn It NoThe G-Whiz is a g-spot attachment for the My Mini-Miracle massager. It’s pretty in color and phthalates free, but unfortunately does not deliver. The overly flexible neck makes it impossible to press on the g-spot with any kind of force, and the small size doesn’t provide much in the way of internal vibrations.
It can be used when internal stimulation, rather than external, is desired with the Mini-Miracle. The attachment is best for those who like slimmer insertables.
There is a noticeable seam that runs around the G-Whiz. You can feel it with your finger, but it is not noticeable when used internally.
The insertable piece is attached by the neck to the base, which is meant to slip right on the head of the Mini-Miracle.
If the G-Whiz is in place and the massager is turned on, this attachment wants to spin around. And it does. On either low speed or high, it looks a bit like a plane propeller trying to go around and gather speed. The G-whiz makes the Mini-Miracle even louder than it is without the attachment.
The biggest problem the G-Whiz was its flexible neck. While the material transmits vibration well, the neck doesn’t allow the attachment to be pressed hard into the g-spot and get any kind of real pressure. The flexibility, coupled with the small size, doesn’t do much for internal stimulation.
Both water-based and silicone lubricants are safe to use.
Since it did not hit or stimulate my g-spot, I hoped the internal vibrations would provide a pleasant experience, but the small size of this attachment didn’t really make the vibrations felt well internally.
I also tried this as a clitoral stimulator to see if it worked any better, but it really didn’t do much, and was difficult to angle and hold. The wand is better without an attachment for clitoral stimulation.
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