How do these work?

How do these work?

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I'm not quite sure I understand how vibes like the Delight, Fonzie or the Siena Symphony are supposed to work on both the G spot and the clit at the same time.

They look like they shouldn't be able to accomplish both at the same time.

How are they used to accomplish this?
05/25/2009
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Mamastoys Mamastoys
Quote:
Originally posted by ......
I'm not quite sure I understand how vibes like the Delight, Fonzie or the Siena Symphony are supposed to work on both the G spot and the clit at the same time.

They look like they shouldn't be able to accomplish both at the same ...
I'm not sure unless they have a vibe or something down towards the clit to stimulate it. I have the same questions so I will be following this thread. Thanks for starting it.
05/25/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Quote:
Originally posted by ......
I'm not quite sure I understand how vibes like the Delight, Fonzie or the Siena Symphony are supposed to work on both the G spot and the clit at the same time.

They look like they shouldn't be able to accomplish both at the same ...
I think the Fonzie and Symphony might be a stretch but, obviously, the Delight hugs your pubic bone and swings far back up, to reach your clit.
05/25/2009
Avery Dragon Avery Dragon
Assuming you're talking about the fun factory delight, the initial curved part that you insert is used for the g-spot, that little bump before the material turns to plastic is for the clit. it is slightly bendable to move with your anatomy.

As for the fonzie and siena symphony, i've never encountered ether in real life, but for the fonzie, the main part of the shaft is inserted, with the curve on the tip to hit your g-spot, the little part that stands out near the base is the part that will be touching your clit.

The siena symphony has the first curve inserted to hit the g-spot, and that larger bump is meant to touch the clit.
05/25/2009
Miss Cinnamon Miss Cinnamon
Of the three you mentioned, I've only tried the Fonzie. The idea is to insert the vibe up to the "hilt" so that the curve can be used to massage the g-spot while the little stalk and nub at the end carry vibrations to the clitoris. That said, the clitoral stimulator didn't work all that well for me, as it didn't hit my clit and the vibrations weren't as strong as I would have liked in that portion of the toy.
05/25/2009
Epiphora Epiphora
I have the Delight, and it does not work on my clit at all. There's a bump on the vibe that doesn't get anywhere near my clit, so it's just the shaft pressing against me, which isn't very pleasurable.
05/25/2009
Naughty Student Naughty Student
I think dual function vibes for the clit and for vaginal insertion are really a hit or miss kind of thing bcs we are pretty much anatomically different and one vibe may work for one and not for another. Thats why I prefer using a g-spot dildo and a vibe at the same time.
05/26/2009
DreamyLove DreamyLove
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Originally posted by Naughty Student
I think dual function vibes for the clit and for vaginal insertion are really a hit or miss kind of thing bcs we are pretty much anatomically different and one vibe may work for one and not for another. Thats why I prefer using a g-spot dildo and a ...
I agree wholeheartedly. Both rabbit vibes I've tried, the clit stimulator never even reached my clit.
05/26/2009
Nashville Nashville
I have both the Delight and the Symphony. The Delight is really only a one or the other sort of toy... meaning, it does not work on both at the same time. If you want clitoral stimulation you sacrifice g-spot stimulation and vice versa.

The Symphony is a little bit more effective. While the reach of the shaft will stimulate my g-spot, it takes some finesse to have clitoral stimulation as well but once I'm in the right position, it works well.
05/26/2009
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Quote:
Originally posted by Naughty Student
I think dual function vibes for the clit and for vaginal insertion are really a hit or miss kind of thing bcs we are pretty much anatomically different and one vibe may work for one and not for another. Thats why I prefer using a g-spot dildo and a ...
I agree. And sometimes I use separate g-spot and clit vibes, but I'm not always that coordinated. LOL!
05/26/2009
Liz2 Liz2
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Originally posted by ......
I agree. And sometimes I use separate g-spot and clit vibes, but I'm not always that coordinated. LOL!
I was never too successful either with the rabbits, they never did it all for me. We are all the same yet so different! Now I play with a g spot dil or my Gigi vibe (awesome) but I do need some clitoral stimulation along the way as a warm up.
05/26/2009
Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
The Jollie, while I dildo, really does this fabulously. You can't thrust rapidly but you can rock it, rock your hips, and - with a bullet tucked into the handle - it definitely stimulates both spots pretty well.

It's not a fast toy, though. I don't think you can expect to get off rapid quick with any toy when you're trying to work both spots.
05/26/2009
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Originally posted by Liz2
I was never too successful either with the rabbits, they never did it all for me. We are all the same yet so different! Now I play with a g spot dil or my Gigi vibe (awesome) but I do need some clitoral stimulation along the way as a warm up.
I know. I love love love the Gigi!!! But I would like some clitoral stimulation with it. Lelo needs to invent a rabbit with the Gigi being it's base.
05/26/2009
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