Jeweled G-spot dildo by Phallix - review by Jenny Swallows

G-spot dildo by Phallix

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Very disappointed

You can buy a lot of things for $247.99, and I'd recommend you do so. Leave this for those of us who want to be constantly reminded of the day they spent way too much on so little.
The mirrored surface looks good, and it has a nice weight
the zircon "jewels" look cheap and badly placed and the packaging is cheaper still
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I'm sorry, but if I am going to spend $247.99 on a toy... or even $173.59 on sale... I expect opening the packaging to not only be as much of an event as the Visa bill will be, but also to give me something sturdy to store the thing in when it's not in use. Instead, the jeweled G-spot dildo arrives in the kind of blister pack that you're more accustomed to finding at the Dollar Store, and I [italic}know] this isn't the manufacturer's fault, but it was scuffed and dirty and just looked... cheap. Which, as I have already said, it isn't.

True, the dildo itself does come with its own pink bag that will protect it from the usual wear and tear, but I'm afraid that the shoddiness of the packaging is not the end of the aesthetic drawbacks. The jewels themselves look barely set; more as though someone went crazy with a bedazzler than took the time to actually give the toy some style.

Its functionality is probably all that it's cracked up to be, but both the look and the feel of those jewels make me nervous about actually using the thing for its stated purpose, and I'd be curious to know (because I can't find it stated anywhere) what was used to hold them in place. The chrome alloy employed for the shaft itself is fine. But what is the point of food grade material (because we all need that insurance with great chunks of metal) and phthalates free pledges, when the glue could be anything. Is it even waterproof?

I wish I could say more about the dildo, because the reviews I read made it feel like a must-have, and the size, shape and weight all lived up to expectations. But the disappointment that began when I opened the box did not dissipate when I took out the toy. It's sitting on the coffee table right now, an intriguing objet d'art that might, at some point, graduate to becoming a very expensive paperweight.

It is very shiny, though.
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  • dizzygirl
    I thought you were straight to the point. No reason for me to read more details about the construction or how it felt when you begrudgingly used it, hating every moment.
    You simply warned me not to waste my money and indicated why you thought it wasn't worth the price. Nuff said.
  • FieryRed
    I, too, wondered whether the stones were glued in or actually set into the metal like they would be in jewelry. If they are bezel-set, with no glue, it might justify the price. As it is, I hope you returned it!

    One note: zircon is a lovely natural gemstone found in a variety of colors, and often used to imitate other, more expensive gems. Cubic zirconia is a man-made gem, not found in nature. Very different things.
  • Badmew
    thanks for the info!!
  • Brook4114
    Thanks for the info.
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