Gia - g-spot vibrator by Sinclair Intimacy Institute&re - review by Eloquence0


G-spot vibrator by Sinclair Intimacy Institute

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Classy... But Weak

The Gia could be good for beginners for g-spot vibration or for people who don't like heavy vibrations and would like to try something with a pulsing function. However, the smell of the rubber material and the weak vibrations, could also be a turn-off for others. For someone new to the scene, who doesn't want a flashy, neon toy, this could be the thing to get.
- Curved for G-spot
- Classy Appearance
- Odour
- Weak Vibrations
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Gia is specifically designed for G-spot stimulation. Unlike a traditional vibrator, it has got a curve just right for hitting that sweet spot. Due to it's curved nature and lack of a base flare, the Gia isn't designed for anal play. However, you can use it on other parts of the body, including your clit.

As a G-spot vibe, the Gia is suited for solo play.
  • 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?
    • Solo
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

Gia has a hard plastic body with a slightly softer rubber tip. Although the rubber is less hard than the plastic, it still does not have much give to it. Both the plastic and the rubber is inflexible, so it maintains its shape. Both the plastic body and rubber are smooth to the touch, so it's good for those who prefer not to have any texture.

When first taking the Gia out of the package, there is a faint odour from the rubber tip. It isn't noticeable from far away, but can be smelled when placed a few inches from the nose. Even after washing with antibacterial soap, the smell was still present whenever the vibrator was brought close to the face, which can be irritating for some.

While plastic is generally rated pretty safe (EF gives it an '8' for material safety), because the tip is rubber, its material safety rating is only a '3'. Unlike plastic, which is non-porous, rubber is porous, which makes it more difficult to clean and you should be cautious about sharing your toy.
    • Light odor
    • Rigid
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

The white body, sea-green tip and battery compartment of the Gia is a pleasant change from the pinks and purples that seem to dominate the vibrator colour scheme. It's subdued look gives it a clean, classy appearance.

The curve for g-spot stimulation is slightly more defined than many I have seen, which may be helpful for those who have hard-to-reach spots. Its five inches of insertable length is quite pleasant and it has an average girth, so the Gia is suitable for most people. It would work well for both beginner and perhaps even intermediate users, although it may not be for those who are specifically looking for something to fill them up.

To me, the Gia is obviously recognizable as a vibrator and would be clearly seen if left out on a table.
Comparison with Pencil
    • Beginner

Functions / Performance / Controls

The Gia has seven functions, including a range of steady vibrations and pulsations. The pulsations range from frequent to moderately frequent in case you don't want to have constant vibration. Except for one steady-vibration setting that was considerably softer than the others, I could not tell the difference between the vibration levels of any of the other settings. At most, the vibrations seemed to be about the strength of a phone on silent mode. I didn't find it strong enough personally, but this could mean it's great for someone sensitive or a beginner to g-spot vibes. Most of the vibrations are focused on the rubber tip of the vibe.

The toy does not keep track of the last setting and resets to the beginning each time it is turned on, which is fine since the controls are easy to reach even while in use. There are only two buttons: a power button and a button to cycle through the functions. They're easy to push with one hand and only require you to push (not hold) the button once, either to turn it on/off or to switch to the next function.

Button and battery compartment

This toy could definitely be heard through the covers and possibly through a closed door, although not if you have some light background noise. It is not waterproof, so you wouldn't want to bring the Gia with you into the bath, but it is water-resistant so it can take a light amount of water on it.
    • Easy to use
    • Multiple settings
    • Weak

Care and Maintenance

The packaging recommends using the Gia with a lubricant. Because it's plastic and rubber, you should be fine using any kind of silicone or water lube with it.

In order to clean it, the toy just needs to be washed with water and antibacterial soap. It's water-resistant, so you shouldn't have any problems with this, as long as you don't lose the rubber ring that goes with the screw on cap for the batter compartment. One word of caution, however: the battery compartment is easy to pop off, so you should take care when washing it not to open it and let water inside.

I found that the rubber tip of the toy tends to pick up dust and lint, so you'll want to store this somewhere it won't be in a lot of contact with these things.

Care Instructions


The packaging is very classy and pretty looking. It does have a picture of the vibe on the side and states "Curved G-spot Massager," so it's not exactly discreet. Overall, the packaging does make it look like a nice product and not just a cheap toy.

The instructions on the outside of the box tell you how to care for your vibe (such as washing it and using lube) as well as how to open the battery compartment (twist), all of which are simple and easy to follow. There isn't any more information on the inside of the box, but there doesn't need to be.


Picture of Gia on side of packaging
    • Minimal


I found that although I enjoyed the curved shape of the Gia and found it to work well for me in that regard, I didn't enjoy it as much because I thought the vibrations were too weak. The faint rubber smell of the toy was a mild turn-off, but since I didn't spend much time with it near my face, I was able to ignore it and forget about it for most of the time. I really like the look of the Gia, but I don't think it's quite for me.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • Rossie
    Thank you for the nice review. Sorry to hear about the weak vibration.
  • Cindi025
    thanks for the review!
  • bayosgirl
  • PropertyOfPotter
    Thanks for the review! Darn rubber! I'll probably end up passing on this one.
  • The Vixen
    I like the nice curve, but I'm not crazy about the rubber, and it's a bummer that the vibrations are kinda weak.

    Thanks for the review and the pictures!
  • edeneve
    thanks for the review.
  • Kitka
    Great review, thanks for sharing it with us!
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