The shaft is made of glass with a frosted coating. It's from Doc Johnson, so the packaging offers little in the way of detailed info--but I wonder if the frosted coating isn't designed to help protect the glass. It's as hard as glass and a little cool to the touch unless you warm it by dipping it in warm water. It's not quite as cold as unfrosted glass, and I imagine that's because of the coating.
One thing I didn't like was that the frosted coating was easy to scratch, leaving faint white marks.
On the plus side, this is a relatively affordable way to get the hard intensity of glass with added vibes--a rare combination, to be sure.
Overall, I like the jewel-tone color and the fun design. It looks feminine and flirty but not super girly.
I like the pointed tip because it goes in easy--a feature I always appreciate because of my generally tight nether regions. I also liked how the bulge in the middle intensified the sensation of penetration mid-stroke. The vertical ridges also add a little extra stimulation.
It's not inherently a G-spot toy, but if you can angle it right, depending on the location of your own spot, you might be able to hit it. I was.
There is a simple on/off button on the end of the battery pack, which is plastic and screws on. Pressing the button turns it on and cycles through the speeds. I like the simplicity of the button, but it's placement does introduce the danger of turning it off accidentally during use.
The vibes are rather strong for a one-battery toy, and I suspect that this is because of the way the glass transmits vibrations.I like the type of strong, throbby vibes too.
It is non-porous and can be sterilized with a 10% bleach solution and soap and water rinse-off. Use a condom if sharing with others. Take the battery out when not in use to prevent acid leaking out and ruining the toy.
Simple and discard-able. Makes it look fun for a gift.