If you can get in the groove...The Groovy Chick has a lot of potential to be an absolutely fantastic toy... if you're lucky enough to have anatomical measurements that exactly match those the toy was made for. It's a great concept, and it's still marginally usable for those who don't fit the toy. However, given that this was the exact same problem that its predecessor the Rock Chick had, the Groovy is definitely a bit of a disappointment.
Long story short, if the Rock Chick didn't fit your anatomy, the Groovy Chick won't, either.
The shape of the Groovy Chick, like that of the Rock Chick, requires a very specific crotch configuration to work. The margin of error is even smaller than for most rabbit style vibrators, but there aren't an unending sea of options to try until you find one that fits. There are two, and they are almost identical in the anatomical measurements they require.
First, your g-spot must be almost four inches from the vaginal opening, give or take half an inch. Second, your clitoris must be about 2.5 inches from the vaginal opening, far enough that it's on the curve up to the pubic mound. If the g-spot is any lower, the outer portion of the toy will never connect with the clitoris (no matter where said clit is located); any higher, and the toy will never reach the g-spot. If the clitoris is any lower, no amount of bending and pushing will bring the toy in contact; any higher, and the toy can't reach.
If your genital configuration matches the magical set of coordinates required, the Groovy Chick is very easy to use. Once it is lubed up and slipped in place, you sit up and rock around on the toy, hands-free, making the toy move around on the g-spot and clitoris. Unlike standard dildos, the U-shape of the Groovy Chick means you never have to worry about the head spinning around to face the back of the vagina. Bonus points!
However, all is not lost if you lack the perfectly aligned lady bits, or even if you were instead hoping to use this for prostate play. The bend of the Groovy Chick is far more flexible than that of the Rock Chick, opening up a world of possibilities. Namely, that ridged bit for the clit becomes an awesome handle for very ergonomic thrusting. It can be bent out far enough that another vibrator can be slipped into work the clit; the farther the "handle" is bent away from the body, the more pressure you get on the g-spot. For testicle-bearing users, I would not suggest letting the external portion rest against your balls while in use unless you like a LOT of pressure.
The Rock Chick is thankfully rather low-maintenance. Once the bullet is removed, the whole silicone portion of the toy can be boiled or bleached for sanitization. The whole toy, including the bullet, can be washed with soap and water as necessary, but be careful cleaning out the hole for the bullet, as it's hard to get all the way down inside to clean it. Because it is made of silicone, it is compatible with all but silicone lubes. (Note that some high-quality silicone lubes are compatible, but you should to a patch test first. Ride Silicone and Pjur original are fine)
Overall, the Groovy Chick is a good toy. Not a great toy, but a good toy. If it was offered in a variety of lengths, with this being the longest, THEN I might call this a great toy. Until such alternatives are available, this stays in "good" territory, because too few users will find it a workable fit.
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