Crystalessence chubby G - g-spot vibrator by Cal Exotics - review by Jimbo Jones


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While the jury may be out on the material, this toy just didn't fit the bill for g-spot stimulation. Eventually the vibrator broke due to a battery I left in there that leaked, so this toy has been sent to the vibrator grave yard.
Inexpensive and I learned a lot from it.
Not good for us for g-spot stimulation.
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I bought the Chubby-G|Crystalessence chubby G a while ago and while it was not a good sex toy for us, I have learned a lot from the experience.

Let’s start with material information. To begin let’s look at information on EdenFantasys website. On their review page, Crystalessence is listed as a jelly material (at the time of this writing) but if you go to the EdenFantasys specific Crystalessence material page it lists it as a thermoplastic rubber (TPR). These are contradictory and one of them should probably be fixed. I believe from my further research that, although TPR can be blended with softened PVC, when TPR is alone it is usually phthalate free which makes it an improvement over most jelly (softened PVC) materials. That is not to say that I prefer TPR as a sex toy material (I like silicone much better) but it is, at least, better than most jelly and the Chubby-G should at least receive credit for that.

That’s enough about materials and on to the Chubby-G itself. I bought this toy because it was inexpensive and I was looking for a toy that would provide good stimulation to my female partner’s g-spot|G-Spot Stimulation. Well, at least it wasn’t expensive, right? Based upon our Chubby-G usage, we decided that she liked something that could be rocked inside her or thrust in and out of her and it just doesn’t deliver. The main problem is the nubs located around the middle section of the toy. Not only did they not provide desirable stimulation to her labia or clitoris, they were actually uncomfortable to her. The other thing she likes is a defined head on the end of the toy. Unfortunately, the Chubby-G is no good here either. To sum up, my partner likes her G-spot toys to be long and sleek with a big head and the Chubby-G is short and fat with a small head.

Another thing I learned from the Chubby-G is in regards to batteries. I made the mistake of leaving the batteries in the toy while it went unused for several months. I know better now, but at the time I didn’t have very good battery habits generally. Needless to say, the next time I went to turn the vibrator of the toy on, it was dead and when I opened it up to change the batteries one of them had leaked and corroded some of the internals. I replaced to batteries to see if it would still work, but it didn’t help.

Finally, it wouldn’t be a Jimbo Jones review if I didn’t let you know that I did at least try out the Chubby-G for prostate stimulation|Prostate stimulation fantasy. I slapped a condom on it and gave it a shot. It wasn’t terribly uncomfortable, but it did not provide prostate stimulation as well as some of the toys I have gotten since, so I did not feel that it deserved a space in my toy chest once it lost its ability to vibrate.
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