Lucid curves no. 56 - massager by Doc Johnson - review by CarrieC

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Don't waste your $$$

Major disappointment. There's really no way to use it for penetration given the girth of the toy and the hard plastic material. Even using it for clitoral stimulation is kind of uncomfortable, and not completely satisfying because of the weak strength of it. It may be a bargain at $20, but it's not worth even that. Ended up throwing it away after one use.
Discreet, Batteries Included, Easy To Use
Hard Plastic, Girth, Vibration Strenth
Rating by reviewer:
somewhat useful review
I bought the Lucid curves no. 56 a few years ago as one of my first purchases from and I ended up really disappointed in the product. Previously I had always used egg and pocket rocket vibrators and I wanted to try something different without investing too much money into it. I decided on trying my first g-spot stimulator. I chose this product because even though it was marketed as a g-spot stimulator, it also looked as though I could fall back on it as a clitoral massager if I wasn't happy with its intended purpose.

When it arrived it became clear right away that it wouldn't be usable for anything other than clitoral use. The shaft of the toy was very wide and with the hard plastic material it was made of, there was no way for it to be used for penetration without causing pain or discomfort. I can't be certain because I never ended up successfully using it as such, but the short length also makes me wonder if it would really even work and hit the right spots when inserted.

Even as a clitoral massager I found it to be pretty terrible compared to others in the same price range that I've purchased since then from In my opinion even the vibration strength left something to be desired. It was enough to "finish the job" but nothing to be celebrated. I really was not a fan of the hard plastic it was made from so even if the vibrations were ok, I still don't think I would purchase this toy again.

I know it's quite cheap price wise, but I honestly don't think it was even a good example of "you get what you pay for." I ended up tossing it in a drawer and forgetting about it. Eventually I threw it away without ever using it again.
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  • Kendrir
    Good review. Sorry it was a bad experience =/
  • Kaltir
    Thanks for the review.
  • gone77
    Well, that's a shame. Sorry you didn't care for it, but thanks for reviewing it.
  • SMichelle
    Great first review.

    Could you tell me about how you clean this toy, and a little more about the material that it's made out of?

  • Kate
    Nice review. Sorry this one didn't work out for you. Thanks for sharing!
  • freshbananas
    Thanks for the review
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  • Gary A.
    thanx for the review
  • GONE!
    Wow, thanks for sharing the info. I hope people see this before buying.
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