Envie Vibe g-spot massager - g-spot vibrator by NS Novelties - review by Ryuson

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Maybe I didn't need all three...

I now have tried all three Envie massagers, and I have to say that this is in the middle. It's the best for clitoral stimulation, especially if you want a toy to use with your partner, but it also isn't as easy to insert as the other two. While it for sure is a nice toy, and has it's pros, I don't think that a person has a need for all 3 versions.
Published:
Pros:
Silicone, fairly powerful, great externally, g-spot tip, nice handle and controls
Cons:
A bit on the weak side, a bit hard to insert for me
Rating by reviewer:
4
extremely useful review

Use

The Envie G-spot Massager by New Sensations Novelties is the most unique of the 3 Envie designs. It's part of their silicone line that has a loop handle at the base of the toy. There is a rippled toy and a fairly straight, short toy in this line, as well.

The Envie G-spot massager is mainly marketed as an internal toy. It can easily be inserted vaginally because of the design and material. This toy is good for g-spot stimulation, but the g-spot tip is flexible, so it's not ideal for those who need a lot of g-spot pressure.

Because of the easy to hold loop handle, this toy is anal safe as long as you don't let go of it. The smooth material also makes it nice to thrust with anally, and it should be moderately good for prostate stimulation, the same way it's fairly good at g-spot stimulation.

You also can use this externally. The pointed, g-spot tip would be good for pinpoint stimulation, but you can also use the broad side of the tip or the shaft for more disperse vibrations over your whole clitoral area or labia. It also works well on the nipples and other erogenous zones.

If you're looking for something to introduce toys into a relationship, this wouldn't be too bad. It's not phallic, it's versatile, and it's not super expensive. It's not the smallest toy, but the angled tip and long shaft make it easy to use during sex, for foreplay, or to add to oral.

I feel similarly about this being your first toy in general. If you're looking for something and you're used to penetration, this might be a good bet. It's much more expensive than I would probably spend on a first toy, but if you catch it on sale it may help you to figure out what you like in the future.

The Envie G-spot passes Ryu's Dorm Seal of Approval. It's waterproof, quiet, and easy to care for. While it's a bit large, and is longer than the other toys in this line, it's not too big to stash into a drawer or wrap up in a towel for hiding.
  • 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
    • Everyone
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Campus/roommate living
    • Tub/shower/pool
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

This toy is made of both silicone and plastic. There is a 'spine' inside the shaft made of plastic, and the buttons and handle are made of plastic, but the 'sleeve' on top of the spine is made of plush, black silicone. You can't remove the outside of the sleeve, but you can kind of rotate it a bit. This can be an issue when unscrewing it.

Silicone is rated a 10 out of 10 on the Eden Safety Scale, and it's both nonporous and body safe. This means that microbes can't thrive under the surface and that it doesn't contain any ucky chemicals that could seep into your body. On it's own you can boil silicone to disinfect it, but you can't boil this toy because of the plastic components.

Plastic is rated an 8 out of 10 on the Eden Safety Scale. It's also nonporous and body safe, but plastic is much firmer than silicone is. The plastic shaft gives this toy firmness enough that it's great for thrusting. You can disinfect plastic safely by wiping it down with a 10% bleach solution.

As far as texture goes, the shaft of this toy has a collection of small, raised, silicone ridges. These add texture, especially if you insert it deep enough to feel them. While they are noticeable, most people shouldn't find them intense enough to cause irritation.

The thicker part of the shaft and the silicone ridges have a bit of give to them.This means you can squeeze them, but the hard plastic underneath still makes this rigid enough to thrust with. There is no plastic located at the g-spot tip, so that's the most flexible part of the toy. If you're looking for something with a soft shaft, this isn't going to be your best bet, but the tip does keep it from being painful.

While lube is recommended, it's not a necessity. The shaft and the buttons do have a bit of drag, but if you either plan on using this externally or you usually only rely on your natural lubricant you can get away with not needing any lube. If you do use lube, you should avoid anything silicone based.

The materials of this toy make it good for someone who wants something with a bit of give in the tip, but none in the shaft. Beginners may like this as it's not going to bruise you if you thrust too hard, but if you like g-spot pressure you may want to look elsewhere.
    • Flexible
    • Not porous at all
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

The Envie G-spot Vibrator has the same core as the other Envie toys. That is to say, the plastic backbone in the shaft is the same girth and length as the Ripples and the Smooth. The sleeve, however, does make this a very different toy from the other two.

The Envie G-spot is 8.5 inches long in total, which is an inch and a half longer than the Envie Ripples. This additional inch and a half is entirely in the insertable portion of the toy, with the Envie G-spot being insertable 6.5 inches. Because they have the same 'backbone,' the two are very similar in girth at about 4.5 inches around.

This means that this toy is quite a bit longer than the average penis, but it's not substantially thicker. It may not be best for someone who isn't used to penetration, but you don't need to be a size queen to use this toy, either.

When it comes down to it, the only real difference in this and the other two Envie toys is the g-spot top. This is a small, rabbit ear-like design that comes off of the tip of the toy. The rabbit ear part is very flexible and has no plastic parts in it whatsoever.

The base of this toy has a loop-handle. I can easily fit all of my fingers into this handle, but only one at a time. If you have super beefy fingers you may not be able to fit your whole finger into the loop, but you really don't need to jam the whole thing in there to thrust comfortably.

My main complaint about this toy is the weird, large dip made between the g-spot tip and the shaft. While it does make it a bit more flexible and nice for clitoral stimulation, I find insertion a bit uncomfortable because of it. I'm a girth wimp, so that may be my problem, but it does deter me a bit from using it.

If someone saw this on your desk it looks pretty much like a sex toy, or at least you can't pass it off as any other household object. Because of that you should try to keep this away from prying eyes. It's not the smallest toy, but would fit easily into a suitcase or overnighter. It may be a bit bulky to lug around with you, even in a very large purse.

In total, this toy is great for those who want something fairly average in size. It's not revolutionary, but is pretty good at g-spot stimulation and is easy to thrust because of the loop handle.

Here's the Envie VS a pen:
Envie G VS PEn

VS the Ripples:
Envie G VS Ripples

The flex of the toy:
Envie G Flez

The ring:
Envie G Loop

And a detail shot:
Envie G Detail
    • Beginner
    • Ergonomic
    • Whimsical / artistic

Functions / Performance / Controls

The Envie G-spot offers a fair amount of power. It also has quite a few differnet settings, which I appreciate. While it can't compare to the 5 vroom toys out there, it is enough to get most ladies to the finish line.

You control the toy entirely with the one, green button on the front of the handle. You press it once to turn it on, and it always turns back on to setting number one. You can change the settings by pressing the button again, but you can not go backwards through the settings. It's surprisingly easy to navigate with the one button. The settings are as follows:

1) Low (1.5 vrooms, 1 bee)
2) Medium (2.5 vrooms, 1.5 bees)
3) High (3 vrooms, 2 bees)
4) BZZZ BZZZ BZZZ
5) BZZZZ BZ BZ BZZZZZ BZ BZ BZZZZZ
6) bbbbbbbBBBBBBZZZZZZZZ bbbbbBBBBBBZZZZZZ
7) BZBZBZBZBZBZBZBZZZZZZZ BZBZBZBZBZBZZZZZZZZ

And then it cycles back down. You can turn this toy off at any point in time by holding the power button down for just a few seconds.

This toy is 100% waterproof. I have used it in the shower and submerged it and no water can get inside of it. This makes it a great bath and shower companion, especially because the loop handle helps you not to drop it.

While the Envie Smooth was a bit louder than the Ripples, this toy is just as quiet. On the other hand, I also feel like this toy is about half a vroom less powerful than the Envie Ripples. Even though they all should have the same motor, the Ripples seems to be the best bet in terms of vroom per bee.

The quality of vibrations is fairly buzzy, but as someone who loves deep vibrations they're still rumbly enough to make me a happy camper. While they're about halfway between being buzzy and rumbly, I think that it's a good middle ground that most people will appreciate.

In total, I'd say that the Envie G-spot is between the Envie Smooth and Envie Ripples. It is less quiet than the Ripples I got, but it also is more quiet than the Smooth. Most people will be happy with the quiet motor and vibrations.
    • Discreet sound
    • Easy to use
    • Multiple settings

Care and Maintenance

This toy is a bit harder to clean than the Envie ripples if you insert it up to the ridges on the shaft, which collect gunk pretty badly. For the bits between the bumps I just use my nails to get at, though you could use a q-tip or a toothbrush if you're being super cleanly. I wash mine with an antibacterial toy cleaner, but soap and water or a toy wipe both work great as well.

You can also disinfect this toy with a 10% bleach solution if you plan on switching orifices or users. This prevents the bacteria from continuing to live on the surface and keeps you from getting any infections. I have also heard that rubbing alcohol is effective.

This toy isn't a lint magnet, so you can store it just about anywhere. I would recommend not storing this toy next to other silicone toys because the two materials could possibly react and leave you upset. You also really shouldn't use silicone lube with silicone toys for the same reason.
    • Easy to store
    • Hard to clean

Packaging

The Envie G-spot comes in a fairly classy box. Almost all NS Novelties toys I've gotten seem to come in nice packaging, so that's a plus. There are two parts to the box, the outer box and the inner box, though they both look very similar.

The outer box has an actual size image of the toy on the front of it. This is great if you happen to be shopping in a brick and mortar store. On the side is a bit of information about the toy and it's care, and on the back is a diagram that highlights the selling points of the toy.

The inner box has a window where you can see the Envie, and it has no other images. There is some more care information on the side, but the back is blank. You open the inner box up like a shoe box, and the toy is situated inside in a foam insert.

There are no lewd sayings or naked women on the box, though it is pretty obvious what it is. I would not hesitate to wrap this one up and give it as a gift. While you can use this box for storage it's very bulky and a bit tough to open, so I'd stick to something else if I were you.

Here's the outer box:
Envie G Front

The inner box:
Envie G Inner

And the inner box open:
Envie G Open
    • Good for storage
    • Not discreet
    • Would make a nice gift

Experience

I love to compare similar toys in reviews. When the Comet and Rocket both came out, and I was very interested in both, I just HAD to order both to compare. While I had compared the Envie Ripple and Smooth, their G-spot friend had eluded my toybox. I was hesitant to get this toy because of the way the tip got super small before the shaft, and rightfully so, but when it went on 40% off sale I just had to give it a whirl.

The Envie G-spot is the best of the three at clitoral stimulation, especially if you want to use this toy during sex, and it DOES have the best g-spot curve of the three. On the other hand, this toy is the least comfortable to insert of the three.

If I had to rate these three Envies it would be
1) Ripples
2) G-spot
and 3) Smooth

I am giving this toy 4 stars because it's a bit weaker than the Ripples, which I gave 5, and a bit harder to insert because of the awkward design.
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Comments
  • Sera26
    Sera26  
    awesome review
  • Allison.Wilder
    Allison.Wilder  
    Excellent review and pictures! Thanks for sharing with us!
  • Rossie
    Rossie  
    Thank you for the great review, and analysis on the three Envie vibes.
  • PropertyOfPotter
    PropertyOfPotter  
    Thanks for the review! I wish this was a little more powerful!
  • Geogeo
    Geogeo  
    well, it's worth a try at least, thanks
  • Hazeleyes2012
    Hazeleyes2012  
    Very nice review! Excellent comparison...
  • sunkissedJess
    sunkissedJess  
    Amazing review! Thanks for sharing
  • Kitka
    Kitka  
    Fantastic review on this!
  • mpfm
    mpfm  
    The envie line is so classy looking. Thanks for the review.
  • SecretKinksters
    SecretKinksters  
    Excellent review!!
  • kendra30752
    kendra30752  
    So Ripples is even stronger! Darn it. I wish I had Ripples now. Lol. I have Envie though and really, really love it! I agree, inserting is kind of awkward because it seems strange since I can't get past that tip, so I usually stop before reaching the ridge thingies. Thanks for sharing how this worked out for ya. I may have to get Ripples now.
  • Sangsara
    Sangsara  
    Another awesome review dear mentor!!
  • GONE!
    GONE!  
    Thanks for the honest review!
  • ToyingCouple
    ToyingCouple  
    Wonderful job covering this toy!
  • Septimus
    Septimus  
    Great pictures, and a wonderful review! Thanks so much for sharing!
  • TheHardOne
    TheHardOne  
    Loved the photos and the video.
  • wicked48
    wicked48  
    Very helpful! Thanks for sharing!
  • Pete's Princess
    Pete's Princess  
    Excellent review. The comparison between the Envie products was great.
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