This toy is entirely made out of different shades of plastic, a material that is rated 8 out of 10 on the EdenFantasys' safety scale. Plastic is body safe and nonporous, two things that most toys in this price range are not. It can also be disinfected with a 10% bleach solution if you plan on switching users.
This toy has no scent or taste out of the package, and it has retained none over time. Plastic can come in contact with all other materials, so this is a good toy to use of you want to use it in conjunction with something else. The small button on the bottom has a lot more give to it than the rest of the toy.
Plastic is a very rigid material, and because of this it may not be the best choice for everyone. Being so firm, this toy would be fairly easy to bruise yourself with during thrusting. On the other hand, the firmness of the plastic gives you more control over the toy, and it also allows for you to put more pressure behind the shape if you need it.
This toy is also completely smooth. It does have a very light velvety coat on the plastic, but other than that the only thing that can be felt is a slight seam where the darker pink plastic meets the lighter pink plastic. This means that no lube is needed if you usually can produce your own, but if you do want to add some additional lubrication a little bit goes a very long way.
Plastic is a very nice material that both beginners and advanced users can enjoy. It doesn't collect lint and is usually smooth, which makes it easy to care for and clean on top of being body safe. If the firmness of the material is something that you are attracted to, plastic is one of the best materials for toys out there.
This toy is for those in the audience who like or need a toy specifically for g-spotting. It has a completely straight handle and a large bulb at the end of it. This is a fairly common design in toys that is commonly referred to as a 'tulip' shape. True to the name, this does resemble a flower bud in color and design.
Something that makes this toy feel very high quality is the attention to detail. All of the seams along the shaft have been smoothed out wonderfully, and the seam where the two plastics meet is very well sealed and doesn't collect much gunk during use at all. The rhinestones also aren't just mounted into the plastic where they are free to scrape peoples bits, collect germs, and fall out, but rather are embedded into a groove that is then covered in a plastic window.
Altogether, this toy is only 6 inches long from the tip to the power button. This makes it a good length for those who are intimidated by larger toys or for those who just don't need a lot of length. The bulb itself is about 4.25 inches around, but the stem is much thinner.
Because the stem is thinner, this doesn't make you feel 'stretched' at all once the bulb is inserted. This is more comfortable for a lot of users, especially those who find girth uncomfortable, but those who like thicker toys won't be satisfied with this petite vibrator.
The Cute G also has a very pronounced bend where the 'stem' meets the 'bulb.' This is ideal for people who like toys that have an intense curve and shape. If you like toys that are for intense g-spotting and you have a fairly shallow g-spot, this toy would be an ideal candidate for you to try.
On the other hand, the drastic bend in the Cute G will leave some people feeling sore and like it hits them in the wrong place. Users who don't know their body well will want to shy away from this type of design because it is a bit hard to use and find comfortable. It also is easy to put too much pressure behind a curve like this and bruise yourself, and if you often have a problem with toys catching on your pubic bone this may cause you similar discomfort.
This toy is perfect for those looking for something small, but that is intense enough to hit their g-spot. This wouldn't be a good toy for beginners because of the intense shape coupled with the firm plastic material. It feels very quality and is body safe, it just isn't going to be perfect for everyone.
Here is the Cute G compared to a pen
Here is the Cute G compared to its 'sister' vibrator that EdenFantasys put out, the Diamond Fairy
Here is a detail shot of the rhinestones
While it is a very high quality toy, the power levels seem to be about standard for this price range of toys. The motor in the tip is powered by one AA battery, and is fairly powerful. The highest setting is about 3 vrooms and 2 bees. While this isn't a powerhouse like some of the more intense toys out there, this is enough power that I think most people will be satisfied.
The vibrations are fairly quiet on this toy. This couldn't be heard over the public showers, but this toy can be heard if it is on and someone else is in the same room as yourself. The vibrations are almost entirely muffled under a thick blanket, but they aren't entirely unnoticeable. This toy shouldn't be able to be heard through a door of through the wall in another room, making this a good vibrator if you happen to live with others.
The toy is controlled by a small button on the base. The button can be pressed once to turn it on the lowest setting, pressed again to turn it onto the medium setting, pressed a third time to turn it onto the high setting, and then when you press the button a fourth time it powers it off. The 'vroom' and 'bees' of the different settings are as follows:
1) 2 vrooms, 1 bee
2) 2.5 vrooms, 1.5 bees
3) 3 vrooms, 2 bees
The motor for this toy is very clearly located in the bulb of the toy. Even though this has the same motor as its partner vibrator the Diamond Fairy, the big difference in how they feel is that in this one the motor is in the tip. This makes it a bit more intense and direct, especially if you want to use this for clitoral stimulation or you don't like vibrations in your fingers.
This toy is also completely waterproof. It achieves this by using a waterproof control system and by having a rubber ring around the battery compartment. You can easily take this into the tub or shower and not have to worry about it getting damaged by the environment.
What really makes this motor stand out is how deep and rumbly the vibrations are for the price point. If you are looking for a toy that is within a tight budget and prefer deeper vibrations, this is a good toy to consider. While it isn't as deep as some of the more luxury toys out there, it is the deepest motor I've tried from anything under $30.
This toy would be good for more sensitive users who don't need a lot of power. If you are looking for a toy that is going to put a lot of pressure on your g-spot and like light vibrations this would be good, but keep in mind that it's not a powertool. It's also a good volume for most living situations, and if you like deeper vibrations for a lesser price this toy will be one of your better options.
Being made of plastic, this toy is very easy to care for. The seam around the 'bulb' does get a bit more grimy than the rest of the toy after use, but it's easy to wipe off with a washcloth or your fingers. This toy is best cleaned with an antibacterial toy cleaner, soap and water, or a toy wipe. Because it's made of plastic you can also wipe it down with a 10% bleach solution if you plan on switching users.
This toy will stay in the best condition if it is stored in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. This is done to avoid placing stress on and degrading the plastic. You should also remove the battery from this toy if you don't plan on using it for a while to prolong the life of both your toy and the battery. You can store this in contact with all other toys because plastic won't react with any other materials, and similarly you can use any type of lube on this toy.
This toy simply came in a collapsible tube with the Eden logo and some basic information about the website on it. This is great packaging if you are looking to reduce your waste and hate making unnecessary garbage to toss into the landfill, but if you are looking to give this toy as a gift the packaging is less than ideal.
The packaging describes the different aspects of the website that people may be interested in, like the reviews, the videos, the forums, etc. This is a great way to introduce someone to what makes the site awesome if you don't want to flat out tell them or give them a catalog. It has no information about the toy itself (not even the name) and the toy inside is just wrapped in a small plastic bag. It comes with no instructions, but it's pretty self explanatory.
Here I am trying to show the packaging. Since it's transparent I held a paper up behind it.
This toy and the other one I got, the Diamond Fairy, are the two newest toys that Eden has decided to put their name on. These two vibrators are unique because, especially for being so small and cheap, they have very deep, rumbly motors.
I am the girl who found the Ella too intense for me (all of the other negative reviews complained that it was too soft) so I bet that you all can guess how I feel about this cutie. I feel like this toy is less universal than the Diamond Fairy and is more for people that have a better idea of what they're looking for in a toy.
I personally think that if you have trouble with things catching your pubic bone, you enjoy softer materials, or you're just like me and don't like drastic pointy things in your g-spot, this toy isn't going to be for you. On the other hand I know that a lot of people need a firm, curved toy like this to get them off, so this would be great if you fall into that category.
Between the amazing attention to detail, the way the rhinestones are attached, the deep motor, and being waterproof this is an amazing toy. I am giving this toy 5 out of 5 stars because it is an amazing price for what you get and, if the shape looks like it would work for you, I say go for it.