G-plus massager attachment - vibrator accessory by Sinclair Intimacy Institute&re - review by Yoda

G-plus massager attachment

Vibrator Accessory by Sinclair Intimacy Institute&re

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The Wierdest Looking Toy In My Drawer

A great way to transform your Hitachi massager from an external vibrator, to a penetrative one. It's well made, convenient, and given its odd appearance, suprisingly non-threatening.
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Pros:
Innovative concept
Soft material
Cons:
Too flimsy
Won't work for all women
Rating by reviewer:
3
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Soft, blue, and wierd are the three words I would use to sum up the G-plus massager attachment. Intended to fit over the end of a Hitachi massager, the G-plus is designed with two finger-like protrusions that are positioned for simultaneous vaginal penetration/g-spot stimulation, and clitoral stimulation. When combined with the massager, this toy is capable of transmitting intensely powerful vibrations, and is sure have a devoted following of very happy ladies.

Made of TPR, which is a kind of rubber, the G-plus is somewhat safer and less porous than jelly or regular rubber. It can be easily cleaned with soap and water, but since it is porous, it can't be truly sterilized like silicone can. Therefore, sharing the G-plus isn't recommended unless using a condom (although a condom would look and feel pretty strange on top of this toy). On the plus side, I noticed no unpleasant odors or fumes, so for what it is, it must be high quality.

In size, the larger finger measures about 4 inches in length, and the smaller finger measures 2. In diameter, the larger one is about an inch. Both are well rounded along their entire length, and culminate in soft, pliable nubs on the end. This toy is totally non-phallic, although it does bear a slight resemblance to Gonzo's nose.

In concept, I love the purpose and design of this toy. In practise, however, both my wife and I were disappointed. There are a few major flaws that are worth addressing:

First, the two fingers don't perfectly line up with everyone's anatomy. Some women will find that when the larger finger is inserted, the smaller one misses the mark. Second, while the fingers are flexible and easy to maneuver, they are possibly too flimsy. My wife complained that when inside her, the longer finger put too little pressure on her G-spot. While it transmitted vibrations well, she wasn't able to bear down on it to any satisfying degree.

Third, the G-plus fits perfectly over the head of the Hitachi, but when you turn it on, it makes a loud and clumbsy noise. Of course, the Hitachi is fairly loud already, but when using it with the G-plus, the noise becomes extremely distracting. The noise is perhaps due to air pockets between the massager and the attachment, but I'm not 100% sure. Then again, the Hitachi is an extremely powerful vibrator, so I'm suprised the G-plus didn't fly off all together.
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My G-plus massager attachment tags
  • 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?
    • Masturbation
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot
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