If Only This Pillar Could Grow an Inch or Two

This toy was a great idea and has a very fun design. With multiple settings, a soft silicone exterior, and a unique G-spot curve, you'd think this would be your ticket to pleasure. However, I found that the Pleasurepillar was too short to keep a good grip on and wouldn't stay in place. There is also a crack that fluids get stuck in. The Pleasurepillar is pleasurable, but that pleasure is, I'm sad to say, short-lived.
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Pros:
Cute theme, unique design, soft material, fun color, multiple functions
Cons:
Horrible smell, no storage bag, crack that fluids get stuck in, too short, spins when inserted
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

The Pleasurepillar is a G-spot vibrator from Doc Johnson's Wonderland collection. Pleasurepillar can be used solo or with a partner. Due to the design of this toy, I don't think it would work well for stimulating anything but the vagina. It is small and doesn't have a flared base, so you may not want to insert it into your ass. G-spot vibrators can be intense inside the vagina, more so than regular G-spot dildos, so you might not want to go for this one if you can't take something really intense. You can, however, use this without turning it on if you don't want vibrations. This toy is also waterproof, so you can use it in the bath or shower.
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

The Pleasurepillar is made from silicone and plastic. The vibrating part is silicone, and the battery compartment cap is plastic. These materials are latex-free, phthalate-free, hypoallergenic, and non-porous. Silicone rates a ten on Eden's material safety scale, and plastic rates an eight.

The plastic battery cap is very firm and rigid, as plastic usually is. It is also very soft and feels similar to the silicone of the toy. The silicone portion is very smooth with little drag. It is not completely firm and does have a little give to it. It is actually kind of cushiony. Most of the insertable portion is surrounding the plastic battery case, but the very top part where the little head is does not have plastic underneath. It is more cushiony than the rest, and can be squeezed and bent. There is a seam running around the insertable portion vertically. It is not very noticeable, but it is there.

This toy has a very strong odor, and it isn't a good one. It smells chemically and gross. I've washed it a few times and it has dissipated a little bit, but is still very much there.
    • Smooth
    • Strong odor

Design / Shape / Size

The design of this toy is what drove me to purchase it. The Pleasurepillar is a small toy, measuring about five inches long total, with four of those inches being insertable. The insertable portion starts out as a normal shaft, then turns into kind of bulb (four inches around), which has a smaller bulb on top of it (three and a half inches around), and an even smaller bulb on top of that one (three inches around). It looks like a little snowman. The very top bulb has a protrusion that curves off to the side and is kind of shaped like a hook. This is for the G-spot. The G-spot protrusion is the part I talked about earlier that is not molded around plastic and has a neck that bends.

Bending neck:
Contrast

I originally liked how cute and petite the toy is, but ultimately that was what made me rate it down. But I'll get to that in a moment.

I think it is worth mentioning that this toy is actually a lot greener than the product picture shows. The product picture shows it as being a pretty sky blue, but this toy is actually kind of an aqua green. I liked the blue, but the green is pretty too.
    • Whimsical / artistic

Functions / Performance / Controls

The Pleasurepillar is easy to control. The plastic cap screws off and that is where you insert a single AA battery. If you ever forget what battery this toy takes, you can just read the bottom of the cap. It specifies type and quantity on it. I really like this cap because it isn't your normal screw type. It has ridges and dents that you have to line up just right before turning it, and when you do turn it you can hear and feel it firmly closing shut. I found that when I first unscrewed the cap that there was some greasy residue around it. It felt kind of oil, and I'm not really sure what it was.

The toy has a single button on the bottom of its battery compartment, which is surrounded by an LED light ring. A click of the button will turn the toy on and clicking it again will cycle through its modes. At any time you can hold the button down for three seconds and the toy will shut off. The box said that two seconds shuts it off, but I found that it needed three.
Modes:
1. High strength, steady vibration throughout toy
2. Medium strength, steady vibration throughout toy
3. Low strength, steady vibration throughout toy
4. Pulsing that fades in and out
5. Low strength pulses
6. High strength pulses
7. Faster, shorter, high strength pulses
8. Medium strength, shorter pulses
9. High strength, longer pulses
10. Very soft pulses
When the toy is pulsing the LED light will blink, and when it is steady the LED will remain lit. The vibrations are mostly felt in the main shaft of the toy, but they do transmit to the G-spot head as well. At its highest, I'd say that it comes in at mid three's vrooms, and low two's bees.

Light:
Light

A strange thing I have noticed about this toy is that it doesn't always come on in the same mode. I have turned it off and on multiple times to try to understand what it is doing, and as far as I can tell it comes on vibrating in the mode that comes after the mode it was in when turned off. If you take the battery out and reinsert it then it doesn't do this, it will just start from mode one. I wouldn't expect a battery powered toy to do this, but it does.

The Pleasurepillar is waterproof and thus far has held up to my washings. Just make sure that the cap is screwed on tight when submerging.
    • Multiple settings

Care and Maintenance

The Pleasurepillar is very simple to clean. All you need to do is wash it with soap and water or clean it with a toy wipe/spray. Silicone can be cleaned using a 10% bleach solution, but I wouldn't recommend it due to the makeup of the toy. You see, the Pleasurepillar has a fairly deep crack where the bottom of the shaft meets the gold colored ring that is before the battery cap. I have noticed that fluids build up in this area, and I wouldn't want to use bleach on anything that I couldn't be sure I could rinse thoroughly.

Crack and residue mentioned earlier:
Crack

This toy is compatible with water-based lubricant and can be stored in the box it came in, or in a storage bag of your choice. It doesn't come with any storage beside the little book box, which I will get to in a minute.

As with all battery operated toys, make sure you remove the battery before storage.
    • Hard to clean

Packaging

The Pleasurepillar is part of Doc Johnson's Wonderland collection and comes in, what I am assuming, is standard packaging for these vibes. The toy comes in a box that is surrounded by box sleeve. The sleeve features some artwork of the toy and Wonderland type imaging. It has some general information about the toy, and a sticker that says "As seen on Showtime's Hit Series House of Lies" which is very annoying.

The sleeve slips right off and reveals a sturdier box that opens like a book. It has an unseen magnetic closure that keeps the right panel locked onto the right side. The front of it has a very decorative "W" and shiny gold "WonderLand" lettering. When you open your book you will see the Pleasurepillar resting in a cheap, velvety coated plastic cutout. On the left side is a little description of the toys and a picture of them. The top of the book has a little plastic loop that I guess is used to hang these toys on the metal hooks at stores. There is also a little paper that has some information about battery insertion and toy use.

I'm kind of bummed that they decided to go all out with the book box instead of including a storage bag. I'd much prefer to have a bag that I can keep my toy and battery in instead of a bulky box.

Layout
    • Would make a nice gift

Experience

I was hoping I would love this toy, and I almost did. But the problem is that this little guy is just too short. I love the shape and the general size, it's just that when it's inserted to the point that I need it to be I am left with nothing to hold on to. Another thing that bugs me about this toy is the fact that it easily spins inside me. Now let me tell you, when this thing is hitting the spot it is very good. But I just can't keep it there! If this toy was a little longer and didn't spin so much then it would be pretty darn good. But as it is now, I'm a bit disappointed.
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  • SydneyScreams
    SydneyScreams  
    Thanks for the review!! I've seen this and wondered how they performed
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