My mini-miracle massager attachment - vibrator accessory by Cal Exotics - review by Luscious Lily

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An idea that had great promise, this attachment puts on a lackluster performance. The G-Whiz turns a powerful little toy into a wimp. Its small size will be too little for most users, and most will find what vibrations get through to be too weak. While the G-Whiz was a good idea, it was rather poorly executed.
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Pros:
Easy to hide, pretty shade of purple.
Cons:
Doesn't transmit vibrations, very small, fits the Mini Miracle wand poorly.
Rating by reviewer:
1
extremely useful review

Use

This little attachment for the Mini Miracle massager is cute, and it had a lot of potential. The massager is small, powerful, portable, and waterproof; attachments that could harness this for penetration seem like a great idea. This attachment is meant to stimulate the G-spot and the surrounding vagina, while allowing you to use the cup of the attachment on the labia and clitoris. The insertable portion of the G-Whiz is very small, however. While it may be a good size for beginners, it's barely an inch in diameter at it's widest, so users who enjoy moderate to large sizes will be disappointed. It could be used as a warm-up, or for light teasing, but not for the main course.
  • 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?
    • Sexually inexperienced/beginners
    • Couple foreplay/after climax play
    • Teasing a partner
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere

Material / Texture

The G-Whiz is made of a smooth, slightly tacky PVC. It's got some grip for those who need friction, but it also attracts every speck of dust and lint for parsecs in every direction. Once the material is wet or lubed up, it becomes very slick, almost frictionless. No matter how many times it is washed, it retains a slight chemical odor that isn't very pleasant; the taste is similar, and was only attempted in the name of science. Don't try that one at home, kids.

Design / Shape / Size

The design is where the ball was really dropped on the G-Whiz. It looks like it was designed for the G-spot, but the curve is very slight, and the neck is too wobbly to bring any pressure to bear on the G-spot. It's also very small, barely an inch wide at its thickest and about three inches long. Those looking for a filling sensation won't find it here.

More importantly, it just doesn't work well with the My Mini Miracle Massager. The cup fits rather loosely onto the head of the massager, so it rattles around a bit when the wand is turned on. The vibrations drop off to the faintest tingle, barely enough to quiver your nose, once you get out into the neck and business end of the G-whiz. The only way to increase the strength is to hold the whole thing head down, at an angle, with the cup of the attachment slightly askew. Even then, the vibrations aren't even up to the lowest power level you get from the bare Mini Miracle.

Little seams and ridges are visible all over the cup of the attachment, and the seam that runs the length of the business end is noticeable to the touch. While not deal-breakers, they give the impression that little care was taken in its molding.

The one up-side of the design is that it's quite possibly the easiest massage wand attachment to store and hide. It can't be left out in the open, but it doesn't take much space to get it out of sight of prying eyes.

Functions / Performance / Controls

This attachment fared poorly. It barely conducts vibrations from the wand, which is the point of putting an attachment on such a powerful clitoral toy. The whole design damps most of the vibrations, leaving very little to reach your G-spot. It's also rather noisy, as it rattles around on the head of the massager. As a very small insertable toy, it is fairly comfortable, but nothing exciting. Most women will find that, when the attachment is inserted, the head of the wand cannot reach their clitoris. The head just isn't long enough, and the G-curve is set too high on the head to give the user much wiggle room to try to make it work. Even if you can manage to get the attachment touching both the G-spot and the clitoris at the same time, not much stimulation is going on in either locale: even at the cup, not much vibration gets through. It takes the powerful Mini Miracle and makes it a weak little noise-maker.

Care and Maintenance

The G-Whiz attachment is easy to clean with soap and water, or toy cleaning sprays or wipes. Because it attracts dust, it would be a good idea to rinse the toy or wipe it down with a wet toy wipe before use.

Because of it's small size, it's easy to store. It fits easily in a little plastic snack baggie, and can then be stored in with your other toys.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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Comments
  • LicentiouslyYours
    LicentiouslyYours  
    Damn, I was seriously considering getting this one, but I think you've saved me the trouble. Thanks for the review!
  • Luscious Lily
    Luscious Lily  
    Thanks, Laurel. I hope I can save people from disappointment on this one. ^_^
  • lexical
    lexical  
    I haven't heard anything good about these attachments...I don't understand why they're using PVC for these. In my experience it really isn't the greatest at conducting those vibrations so far from the source! Although I'm not sure what would be better...I just can't imagine these being very effective.
  • Sammi
    Sammi  
    I had a terrible time with this attachment as well.
    Good review!
  • Luscious Lily
    Luscious Lily  
    Thanks Sammi!

    lexical: Unofrtunately, this kind of toy is the kind of thing that starts to happen when a large company designs and sells toys without testing them first. If they'd tested this even once, they'd have realized that something was very, very wrong. I'm not sure why they used PVC either, honestly. As you said, it doesn't transmit vibrations well, and it stinks.
  • Sera
    Sera  
    What a weird looking thing! Nice review.
  • Luscious Lily
    Luscious Lily  
    Thanks Charlotte!
  • Do emu
    Do emu  
    Thanks for sharing! I hate when there is no testing before releasing a product. Omg.
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