Kupalo - g-spot vibrator by Odeco - review by Lildrummrgurl7

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Kupalo

G-spot vibrator by Odeco

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The Odeco Kupalo is a G-spot vibrator with one glaring flaw; the flexible neck. This neck allows it to bend to each users body but it also causes the head to get caught on my pubic bone. The vibrations are excellent considering it runs on two AAA batteries but it's just not worth the hassle of it getting stuck.
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Pros:
Soft silicone, surprisingly high quality vibrations, handle makes holding it easy, flexible neck
Cons:
Flexible neck causes it to get caught on my pubic bone
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

The Odeco Kupalo is designed to be a G-spot vibrator. It’s also more than suitable as a clitoral vibrator or body massager. The broad, flat surface of the head creates an excellent surface for body massages and erogenous zone stimulation. It does feature a looped handle so it can be used anally, however, the design of the vibrator may not make it the most anal friendly.

The Kupalo is splashproof but it is not waterproof. It should not be submerged in water at all. There is no O-ring between the body of the vibrator or the battery cap so be careful not to get any moisture in the battery compartment during use or cleaning. It is not the most discreet design. If someone happened to find this in your bedroom, it would be really hard to pass it off as anything other than sex toy. That said, I wouldn’t recommend this for traveling unless you don’t care about TSA finding your sex toys. If you do travel with the Kupalo, be sure to remove the batteries as it does not have a locking feature. Kupalo can send your bags shaking and rattling down the baggage claim carousel if it gets turned on in your bag.

After researching this vibrator some, it would appear as if it is a German product. The box mentions Flensburg, Germany as a site of either production or shipping. The handle and the box both say is it is a product of You2Toys but I can not find this vibrator or this product line in the You2Toys catalog. When I search for the Odeco Kupalo, I’m taken to a Slovakian website and the particular model I own isn’t even offered on the website. It’s almost like I’ve been sent a vibrator that doesn’t exist. However, the rest of the Odeco line is available on the Slovakian website so I’m definitely going to say this is a product of Eastern Europe.
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Solo
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot
    • Nipples

Material / Texture

The Kupalo is made of medical-grade silicone wrapped around what feels like a plastic body. The silicone is completely non-porous, latex-free, hypoallergenic, phthalate free, and body safe. It rates as a 10 on the EdenFantasys safety scale. The head and neck of the Kupalo are solid silicone. The silicone has a fair amount of give to it but not enough to aid in insertion. The silicone of the head and the shaft does attract a fair amount of lint so it’s important to clean it before and after each use. The silicone has a soft, smooth texture. The feel of the silicone reminds me of the silicone used on the Key Io by Jopen. The neck of the Kupalo is thin and extremely flexible. There is no rigidity to the neck at all. The handle is a hard plastic. Inside of the looped handle is a silicone grip. This silicone piece isn’t completely glued down so it can be really annoying when the edges come up.
    • Not porous at all
    • Rigid
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

The Kupalo has a traditional G-spot design with a straight shaft and a slanted, broad, flat head. However, unlike other G-spot vibrators such as the Gigi, the Kupalo has an insanely flexible neck, allowing the head to twist, bend, and flex in any direction. This is both a blessing and a curse. The shaft of the Kupalo is completely straight and features 5 small ribs bunched together at the bottom, near the handle. Personally, I was never able to insert the Kupalo far enough to feel these ribs at all so those who are worried about the texture should be aware of the fact that they probably won’t affect your experience much if at all. The bottom of the vibrator has a looped handle which makes it really easy to hold onto during use. I can loop one finger through the handle while I’m using the Kupalo which makes it much easier to hold onto than a traditional vibrator. Those with joint pain will appreciate the fact that they do not have to grip an entire handle or shaft to enjoy this vibrator. In total, the Kupalo is 7.75” long, 5.5” of which is insertable. The handle is 2.25” long and 2.25” wide. The inner circle of the handle is only 1.25” in diameter so most people will be able to fit one, possibly two small fingers inside of the handle. At the widest part, the shaft is 1.15” in diameter, 3.75” in circumference. The surface of the head is 2 inches wide across the flat part and roughly three quarters of an inch thick.


Size
Flex of neck
    • Ergonomic
    • Futuristic
    • Whimsical / artistic

Functions / Performance / Controls

The handle of the Kupalo twists off to reveal the battery compartment. It runs off of 2 AAA batteries. On the handle of the Kupalo is a green light. This light illuminates when the vibrator is turned on. It does flash and pulse in the pattern of the vibrations. The light is actually rather bright so if you’re planning on using this in the same room as another person, the light may be a dead giveaway. The Kupalo has 7 different vibration settings; three power variations and four patterns. It starts on low (about 3 vrooms, 2 bees), then medium (3.5 vrooms, 2.5 bees), and finally high (low 4 vrooms, low 3 bees). After the three power settings, it transitions into patterns. The first pattern is a fast pulse, the second is a pattern of two short pulses followed by one long pulse (bzz, bzz, bzzzzzz), the third is an escalating pattern from low to high, the fourth is 6 (I think) very fast pulses followed by one long pulse (bz, bz, bz, bz, bz, bz, bzzzzz). The vibrations are on the more rumbly side of the spectrum but they’re far from the most rumbly I’ve felt. They’re not as rumbly as the We-Vibe Salsa but they’re less buzzy than Key Io. The vibrations are strongest at the top of the shaft and the bottom edge of the head, which is the edge that is designed to stimulate the G-spot. For a vibrator that runs on 2 AAA batteries, I was impressed by the power and quality of the vibrations. I really enjoy the frequency of vibration the Kupalo uses.
    • Easy to use
    • Multiple settings

Care and Maintenance

The silicone portion of the Kupalo can be cleaned with a mild soap and water, your preferred toy cleaner or toy wipe, or isopropyl alcohol. I would recommend letting it air dry as it likes to pick up lint from any fabric you lay near it. Do not submerge the Kupalo during cleaning. I would recommend checking the battery compartment after cleaning to make sure it is dry before you put the Kupalo away. Be sure to use only water-based lubricants with the Kupalo. Silicone-based lubricant can damage the silicone of the Kupalo and no one likes a ruined vibrator.

You can store the Kupalo in the original packing if you so choose. It can also be stored in a toy pouch or plastic bag with the rest of your toy collection. I would not store this unwrapped simply because it is a lint magnet; it can pick up all sorts of dirt and lint rolling around in the bottom of your nightstand drawer. There is some debate about whether or not silicone (or other materials) can break down and degrade when they come into contact with other materials. High quality silicone should not break down or degrade when it comes into contact with other silicone. However, since the information I found on the manufacturer was so shoddy and virtually non-existent, I’m not sure I would take the chance and consider this silicone to be “high quality.” It’s simply not a brand I know and trust so I choose to store my Kupalo wrapped in plastic inside of my toy storage.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store

Packaging

The packaging...oh boy. When I received my Kupalo, my box was ripped and damaged. The bottom of the box was sealed with a sticker that said “SEX TOY” but the top of my box was not sealed at all and was partially ripped. This was not exactly a good first impression. The box is black and orange so it looks like a Halloween decoration. The sides of the box attempt to describe the Kupalo in broken English. It’s very clear this is not made by an American company. Inside of the box, the Kupalo is nestled in a molded plastic insert.


Packaging

Experience

Ugh, Kupalo. You failed me! I was hoping this would be my first successful G-spot vibrator but alas, no. My experience with this as a G-spot vibrator was terrible. At first, even with a lot of lube, inserting it was difficult because of the flexible neck. The neck bends all the way forward during insertion, meaning that you’re inserting the shaft AND the girth of the head all at once with no taper. This is roughly 5” in circumference. Once it’s inserted, the head would pop up behind my pubic bone and would lodge itself inside of my vagina behind my pubic bone. The flex of the neck would make the head bend back until it was completely vertical anytime I tried to thrust or pull it outwards. Yes, it got stuck. Multiple times. It’s a huge mood ruiner when I have to reach a finger up inside of me to bend the head back down just to remove a vibrator. It’s hard to focus on G-spot stimulation while you’re panicking about a vibrator being stuck inside of you for the rest of your life. So as a G-spot vibrator, this one gets no love from me. If I were rating this as strictly a G-spot vibrator, it’d be one star.

However, I do enjoy using this clitorally and as a massager. The quality of vibrations is great for a vibrator that runs on two AAA’s. The broad head is great if you prefer broad stimulation clitorally. I tend to prefer pinpoint stimulation and the bottom edge of the head is perfect for this as well since it is where the vibrations are the most concentrated. As a body massager, the broad head provides a great surface for massages as I run it along my back, neck, shoulders. I have chronic pain problems and it feels wonderful on my shoulders. The vibrations aren’t overwhelmingly strong so I can enjoy the light massage for a longer period of time. Overall, I wish I could give this 2.5 stars. It’s not something I’ll keep at the top of my collection just because I have clitoral vibrators I enjoy more. I also have other body massagers that are specifically designed for body massages. It just failed as G-spot vibrator, which is what it is designed to do.
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Comments
  • chicmichiw
    chicmichiw  
    Great title -- certainly descriptive. Thanks for sharing
  • FieryRed
    FieryRed  
    Fantastically informative and great imagery, thank you!
  • quackbuster
    quackbuster  
    Great review--I'm really intrigued by this, but I have had a problem in the past with toys getting caught on my pubic bone, so I think I might pass on this one.
  • LoneOokami
    LoneOokami  
    Thanks for the info.
  • Sangsara
    Sangsara  
    Don't you just HATE it when toys get caught on your pubic bone?
  • Bme
    Bme  
    Who wants a toy that you can't remove. TY for the review.
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