Lilith - g-spot vibrator by Odeco - review by Starlight Requiem


G-spot vibrator by Odeco

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Lilith lets us down

While the Lilith might not be the best g-spot vibrator on the market, and it does have it's flaws, you could probably do worse. It doesn't charge via USB, instead using a pair of AAA's. It does have multiple vibration levels, and a couple different patterns. But with those and the smooth shaft, it just doesn't really stand out from the pack. It comes across as an average toy, rather than an extraordinary one. While it's listed as something for women, men can use it just as well for stimulation.
*Multiple Vibration Levels and Patterns
*Difficult to remove batteries
*Handle gets slippery easily
*Hard to use controls while inserted
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
The Package
Lilith comes in a simple package, without any of the usual flares or hype. Which is definitely a refreshing aspect for it. A small booklet comes with it, crammed with info on a variety of similar toys. Sort of an all-purpose instruction manual.

The Toy
It's made of silicone, as a lot of top-shelf toys seem to be these days. This makes it easy to clean and take care of. The box can easily be used to store the toy when you aren't playing with it. It is said to be splashproof, which I guess means you can use it in the shower. Just don't try submerging it. Splashproof and Waterproof are probably two very different things. Unless I'm mistaken and it's just a quirky way of saying waterproof.

The shaft is smooth, with a bulbous tip and skinny center. There isn't really anything remarkable about it. It is curved nicely to aid in reaching the G-spot, or P-spot if you would rather try anal with it. The handle is also rather bulbous, to make for a better grip.

The Vibrations
There are a handful of vibration levels, and several patterns. This is all controlled with a 3-button system. You hold the center to turn it on or off. To the sides are a (+) and (-) button. Pretty easy to tell that (+) ramps up the vibration, while (-) turns it down.

As far as vibrations and patterns go, there isn't anything special here. A couple of steady low to high vibrations, followed by patterns that seem to be similar to a lot of other vibrators I've tried out, that's really all you get. Neither make this a toy to stand out from the crowd.

Yes, Lilith is a battery-operated buddy, in this case with two AAA's. The back of the handle pops off, revealing something that looks somewhat like a submarine missile tube. One battery gets shoved up in the shaft, while the other rests in the handle. Be prepared for a hassle in getting the shaft one back out.
Personally, there are a number of flaws in the toy, as I see it.
First, the controls are on the top. That is, they are on the part that faces up when you insert the toy, following the natural curve of it. This makes it a bit difficult to control while inside you. (One thing you have to remember is left makes it go up, while right makes it go down, which is kind of backwards from what you would expect.)
Ideally, the controls would have been on the opposite side, as your fingers tend to rest there while holding it.

There is no real texture on the handle. It's as smooth as the rest of the toy, albeit that it is plastic and not silicone. So you can have difficulties with it when slick juices or lube comes onto the handle.

Getting the batteries out is...well it's just a nightmare. Since it's recommended you take them out after using it, it can be a real headache. One battery rests in the handle. The other runs up in the skinny shaft. It's a snug fit, even for a AAA, and I had to bang the bottom of the handle against the arm of my chair to get it halfway out. The rest of the way required a knife scraping and working against the battery to force it the last little bit.

In general, it comes across as a bit on the difficult side to use. Size might be important, but when you sacrifice ease-of-use in order to save money on materials or packaging, the toy and user suffer.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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My Lilith tags
  • 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?
    • Couples
    • Foreplay
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bedroom / on a bed
    • Play party
    • Shower
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • G-spot
    • P-spot
Do you like this review?
  • Beautiful-Disaster
    Thanks for your review. .. I probably wont be trying this since I only like rechargeable toys. Also, I need something stronger than 2 vrooms.
  • dancingduo
    thanks for the thoughts, very helpful!
  • *Camoprincess*
    Thanks for the review, I got this as an assignment awhile ago but it got cancelled. I HATED it I plan to review it later this week. I was disappointed in the vibe
  • The Vixen
    Thanks for the review. It's a bummer that this toy isn't stronger, I'll probably pass on this one.
  • ArcaneBlast
    Thanks for the review
  • joiedejouets
    Thanks for sharing! I'll pass on this, albeit it is attractive!
  • angel42539
    THanks for the review!
  • spiced
    Thanks for the review. 2 AAAs just isn't enough power for a toy this size, IMO.
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