It's not a magic wand, but it'll sate the appetite.While the Spark G waterproof didn't blow me out of the water, it is a quality toy made with excellent materials. It has good vibrations, and a pretty awesome design. If this toy had come even with just instructions, I would give it 5 stars, but the lack of proper packaging really REALLY irked me. However, it was easy to figure out and for this toy- the pros easily outweigh the cons.
The Spark G waterproof, IS as the name says, waterproof. I took the time to submerge the toy fully in a bowl of water and turned it on for a few minutes. While there were a few air bubbles that escaped, the toy seemed to be okay. I took it out, dried it off, unscrewed the cap, and there was no water inside. I would take this to mean that it's able to be submerged in a pool or tub for a while with no problems.
The noise of the toy is a medium level, and that's erring on the side of caution. It's certainly not the loudest toy I've owned, but neither is it super quiet. It is probably quieter than many of the vibes out there. If you're looking for a super silent toy, this isn't the one for you. It can definitely be heard under blankets, but probably not through the wall or through a door.
I tend to wrap my toys in a lint free cloth and put them in a suitcase I have so they don't get dusty, linty, or otherwise dirty. Because of the lack of proper packaging, there's no box to store it in if that's typically what you do.
The packaging of this toy was a HUGE disappointment to me. I think that packaging can add a lot to the feeling of a product. It can be enticing, or sassy, or alluring. Packaging denotes a feeling of presents- you get to rip open the box, take out all the contents one by one, and carefully examine your product with a happy smile on your face. This had NONE of that. My toy came in an opaque bubble wrap package. Not a box. You could feel what it was inside. Upon opening the bubble wrap one; there was another, smaller bubble wrap package. Inside of this one, was a lone toy wrapped in the sort of plastic one takes off of seasoning bottles at the grocery store. It was super cheap. I scrambled to find something else a long with it, but the only thing in the bag was a confirmation of my order from Eden. There was no "thanks for choosing our toy!" or "here is all the cool features" not even instructions of what batteries to put in it, or a description of materials. In my mind, a sex toy is generally not hard to figure out, but it would still have been nice to know what batteries to use. Something to make me feel like I got my money’s worth. Something besides just a lone sex toy. It made it feel rather cheap and uninteresting.
I also found that even though I cleaned it a few days after I used it (I know, it should have been cleaned immediately) that I had to wash it a couple of times before it looked really clean. I'm not sure if that's due to the soap I used which was just antibacterial hand soap, or the toy/material itself.
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