Joystick midi Findus - g-spot vibrator by JoyDivision - review by GonetoLovehoney

Joystick midi Findus

G-spot vibrator by JoyDivision

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I'd pass on this toy, unless you want the extra storage bag or desire this for teasing purposes only. It's far too weak for its $40 price tag, and does NOT 'find' your g-spot. It barely found my clit.
Silicone, rumbly vibrations, extra items that can be used for other toys.
Weak, too bendy, vibrations located in the base.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review


It's a vibrator that's best suited to the sensitive types, or those who prefer soft, diffused vibrations. You could use it for teasing the nipples, anus, and any other part of the body that you feel like adding light vibrations to.

I think it's best used for a gag gift, or for someone who's completely new to all things sexual.

The bright pink reminds me of pre-teen clothes, obnoxious, and only a girly-girl would like it. For $40, I'd expect they have other colors on here than the day-glow pink.
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Gag gift
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • Nipples

Material / Texture

It's a plush sort of silicone that does require lube for use (although, not nearly as much as my Big Boss does.) It doesn't collect nearly as much lint as most items made of this material.
There was no smell or taste right out of the box, but I always wash the toy just in case there's residual material on it from manufacturing.
If the tip was a bit bigger or the entire thing was more rigid, I'd like the texture more. It just bends backwards when I try to apply ANY pressure to it.
    • Flexible
    • Not porous at all
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

The sleeve design was a nice idea, but it falls quite flat with me. It's far too thin and flexible. The standard dial-twist vibrator is nowhere near powerful enough to get me close to orgasm. It's kinda fun when I inserted the very thin portion anally (DO NOT PLACE IT COMPLETELY IN YOUR ASS, there isn't a base to keep it from being sucked in!) but otherwise, it did nothing for me.
It does come with its own storage bag, though, so you can hide it anywhere you want.

The measurements are as follows:
length(total): 7.5 inches
(insertable): 6.5 inches
circumference (smallest): 2 inches
(largest): 4.5 inches
    • Whimsical / artistic

Functions / Performance / Controls

The vibrations are deep-ish, but too soft and diffused to do anything for me. I expected more from a vibe that takes 2 AAA batteries. I have other vibrators that take a couple of AAA's and are much more fun to use, so I think it's the weak motor's fault. It's whisper-quiet on the highest setting (about a high 2 Vrooms and still only 1 Bee) achieved by twisting the grey dial base. It's waterproof thanks to the o-ring in the battery compartment, and is actually made of silicone.

Flame tested for a few seconds and wiped away the soot:

    • Discreet sound
    • Not enough variety
    • Weak

Care and Maintenance

It's simple enough to care for; clean it with your favorite antibacterial soap, or wipe it down with a 10% bleach solution if sharing, or using it to stimulate the outside of the anus. Place it in its handy gray storage bag and hide it anywhere (or leave it out in plain sight, if you give zero fucks about people seeing it, like myself.)

    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


There's a TON of stuff with the package: two booklets on the other products the Joydivision line has, a packet of water-based lube, a gray drawstring storage bag, a foam disc to take up space and prevent the toy from jostling around in its package, and VERY informative outer box with any information you might want, in English and German.

So shiny that it's blurry.
Shiny and Blurry

It stretches out for a few feet!
    • Not discreet
    • Very informative


I hated this toy, it looked so promising and fun online and in the package, but when I placed 2 fresh AAA batteries in the compartment and turned it on...sadness. It was so weak that I was unsure if it'd rile me up at ALL, and for the most part, it didn't. Using it a bit anally was the only fun I had with it. It was still only a warm-up for my ass.
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  • shnsmth6
    Thank you
  • ShadowedSeductress
    A g-spot vibrator definitely shouldn't bend really easily! I'm sorry you didn't like this. Thanks for the review
  • ScarletFox
    Great review, shame it didn't work for you I really thought the design was interesting.
  • bog
    Thanks for the review! Sorry it didn't work out better for you.
  • Jordan B
    Sorry this wasn't so great. Thanks for sharing.
  • doowop
    Thanks for the review. I'm sorry it didn't work out. I would be interested in it if it weren't flexible! That's such a weird design. Thanks again.
  • Mistress Dragon
    To bad it didn't work out for you. I was so hopping this would be a good g-spot toy. Thank you for the review on it.
  • StormOfSnakes
    It sucks that it'd be so expensive but weak. Thanks for truthfully reviewing this. (I wouldn't think that a g-spot anything should bend...)
  • Pete's Princess
    Thanks 4 the pics. Too bad the vibes are so weak.
  • GingerSpice
    think i'll pass on this one...thanks for the heads up
  • SweetyWench
    Thanks for the review. I'll pass on this one.
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