Sinfonia - g-spot vibrator by Close2You - review by Ryuson

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The Sinfonia has pros and cons, but it all seems to boil down to what you want in a vibrator. If you're looking for something rumbly, good for external stimulation, and that is super girthy at the base, this is it. On the other hand, if you don't like girth at your entrance when thrusting and you need much curve to hit your g-spot I would check out the sister toy to this one, the Harmonia.
Silicone, high quality, deep vibrations, good for external use, extras, patterns
A bit loud, strange design, may not fit everyone's anatomy well
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


This little toy by Close 2 You is fairly versatile when it comes to how you can use it. The most straightforward way, of course, is insertion. It has a bit of a curve to it so you might be able to use it for g-spotting, and the length makes it a good choice to play around with thrusting. This is good for women who like thrusting a toy a bit more than rocking a toy back and forth.

Another way to use this vibrator is externally. While it doesn't look like it at first, this is actually a superb candidate for clitoral stimulation. The vibrations travel very well to the tip of this toy, and because it has the rumbly Close 2 You motor and the soft silicone it's not going to make you go numb or be easy to bruise yourself with.

I would not recommend the Sinfonia for anal play. It doesn't have a flared base, a retrieval cord, or even a good handle to hold on to so it could potentially slip inside you if you got too excited. If that's the market you're in Eden stocks a whole lot of anal safe toys that are a better choice than this one.

The Sinfonia would be a nice toy to introduce into a relationship. It's not phallic and won't scare anyone off, and it's also not a size what's going to deter people from wanting to play with it. What also makes this a coupled-friendly toy is the face that you can use the long tip during intercourse to spice things up a bit.

As far as a first toy for beginners, this would be an okay one. It's a bit thick for someone not used to penetration and I might suggest something that's a bit easier to use for g-spotting, but the fact that this is a great external toy, is made of silicone, and has some patterns to play around with still makes it a good choice.

This toy also 100% passes Ryu's dorm seal of approval. Being quiet and waterproof it's great to use in the public showers, and the silicone is super easy to care for. It's also a nice size to sneak places, though it's not small enough to really keep in your purse.
  • 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?
    • Bachelor/ bachelorette party
    • Couples
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Campus/roommate living
    • Tub/shower/pool
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

The tip of this toy is made of the same silicone that the other Close 2 You toys are made of. Silicone is rated a 10 out of 10 on the Eden Safety Scale. It's nonporous and body safe, which just means that it can't harbor bacteria and it's not going to leak any gross chemicals into your body. Along with basic care you can also wipe silicone down with a 10% bleach solution to disinfect it. This should be done every time you switch users.

The base of this toy, on the other hand, is made of plastic. Plastic is rated an 8 out of 10 on the Eden Safety Scale and is also nonporous and body safe. You also can wipe the plastic down with a 10% bleach solution. The buttons that are imbedded in the plastic appear to be silicone, as well.

The silicone itself is slightly flexible, but because of the design it doesn't have a lot of give to it. The amount of give is great if you like to play roughly and often end up bruising yourself, but it still has enough firmness to be able to have pressure put behind it.

One nice thing about Close 2 Yous' silicone is that it doesn't have a lot of drag. While it does pick up lint like crazy, you don't need to pile on the lube in order to make this comfortable to thrust with. In the shower I actually didn't need to use any lube at all. Keep in mind that it's not the best idea to use silicone lube on silicone toys because it could potentially damage the toy.

This toy has no real texture at all. There is a slight raised logo near where the plastic and silicone meet that says Close 2 You, but you can't feel it at all during use. It also had no scent or taste out of the package and has retained neither with use.

Overall, this is a great material for beginners and advanced users alike. I fully support not starting off with low quality materials, and if you like flexible things then silicone is the way to go. I also think that all users will like how easy it is to care for this material, even if it is a bit of a lint magnet.
    • Flexible
    • Not porous at all
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

The Sinfonia has a very sleek, interesting design that I haven't seen many other places. The toy itself is about 8 inches long (Comparably more compact than it's sister vibrator, the Harmonia) with about 6 of those being the silicone, insertable part. The tip is about 2.5 inches around, and at the thickest point near the base it's about 5.5 inches around.

The toy itself has a bit of a curve to it, but nothing too substantial. If you need something with a very prominent curve this won't be for you. Most women may actually not be able to use this toy for g-spotting because of the lack of curve.

One interesting thing with this toy is that it is much thicker at the base than at the tip. This is a strange design because when you insert it it feels like your body's trying to push it back out. If you like girthier toys and feeling like your entrance is being 'stretched' but you don't necessarily want a wide girth inside you, this is a great design.

The lack of curve combined with the soft material make this an easy toy to thrust with. It's going to be very difficult to bruise yourself with the Sinfonia, and it's not going to leave you feeling 'overstimulated.' One thing that may bother some users is that this toy is a tiny bit pointy, so you'll want to avoid hitting your cervix with this one.

The size and shape would make this a fine toy to travel with, especially if you use the case it came with. It's compact enough to fit into a drawer or overnighter and it's easy to hide a lot of different places. While this isn't exactly discreet, it also doesn't draw attention to itself.

This toy is also completely waterproof, something that I value in a vibrator. The interesting battery compartment is one that you turn maybe a quarter of the way and then it pops off. The battery compartment sits super tight next to the silicone, and it also has an o-ring inside of it.

If someone saw this on your desk it would certainly get some questions asked, even though it's not obviously a sex toy. Despite being such a pretty design you may want to keep this away from people that you don't want to know about your sex toy life.

Overall, this is a strange design to recommend unless you know it's something you'd like. It's something that I probably wouldn't recommend as someones first toy because of the girth at the bottom, and I also wouldn't recommend something with such a pinpoint g-spotting end.

Here is the Sinfonia compared to a pen:
Sinfonia VS Pen

Here is the Sinfonia being flexes to show the resistance:
Sinfonia Flex

Here is the Sinfonia compared to the Harmonia:
Sinfonia VS Harmonia

And here is the battery compartment:
Sinfonia Batteries
    • Partner play
    • Whimsical / artistic

Functions / Performance / Controls

One thing that I always like about the Close2You toys is that they always have such a variety of settings. This toy (and the others in the same 'generation') all have 8 settings: three intensities and five patterns. This is especially nice if you're looking to play around with some different patterns or you need to work up to a more powerful setting from lower ones.

The patterns are as follows:
1) Low (1 bee, 1 vroom)
2) Medium (1.5 bee, 2 vroom)
3) High (A high 2 bees, 3 vrooms)

And then if you cycle down again it goes to the first one. These settings are all controlled by two buttons, a power button and a settings button. These are both fairly easy to press, but they're in a place where you won't accidentally change them when using this toy.

If you press the power button it turns onto the low setting, and then pressing the settings button cycles through the different settings. If you hit the power button at any time it turns off, and then when you turn it back on it's back on low. This is a great button system because you don't have to cycle through all 8 settings when you want to stop playing.

Something that's really nice about this toy is how nice and deep the vibrations are. They really are deeper than almost all the other lines of toys I have in this price range, but they still really aren't close to being Jopen level. I like this because deep vibrations are especially nice when I plan to use a toy externally.

What I really want to highlight about this toy, though, is that the vibrations are very clearly located in the tip of the toy. The Harmonia really doesn't have a lot of vibrations past the 'neck' but this toy sure does. It's quickly becoming my favorite toy for clitoral stimulation because the tip is just the right size to fit over my clitoris.

As far as the functions go, this toy would be spectacular for both beginners and more advanced users, especially if you like patterns and fairly deep vibrations. If you've got a clit (or g-spot) of steel and need a superpower toy, this isn't for you, but the moderate vibrations seem like they'll be good for most 'average' women.

Here's a picture of the two buttons:
Sinfonia Buttons
    • Easy to use
    • Multiple settings
    • Powerful

Care and Maintenance

This toy is easy to care for, especially if you store it with the pouch it came with. The one thing about this toy is it's a bit of a lint magnet, but that's what you have to expect with materials like silicone. Because of this you really should wash it before and after every use. I wash mine with an antibacterial toy cleaner, but soap and water or a toy wipe also work great.

As I said, I keep this in the included storage pouch that came with this toy. It's best to keep your Sinfonia in a cool, dark place and you should store it with the batteries out if you don't plan on using it in a while. You also should not store it in contact with other silicone because the two could possibly react together and leave you sad. Similarly, you shouldn't use silicone based lube with this toy.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


If you were thinking that Close2You packages their toys like California Exotics (a thin, transparent plastic box) you are sorely mistaken. The Close2You packaging is one of the reasons that I've been in love with their products since my first toy. It's so nice to get your first toy, you're scared, it's sort of a scary time, and look down at a calm, white box.

The Close2You boxes are very pretty. They are almost entirely white with grey silhouettes in the background, but on the front of each box is a small image of the toy you got. The top flips open to reveal a window where you can see the toy, which is cool if you're buying in person.

On the side of each box you'll find two small drawers. The top drawer contains the toy, and the bottom drawer contains all of your goodies. If you have the room these are great for storage, but I usually end up tossing them in the closet and just storing my toys in the included toy pouch.

This packaging would make this an ideal gift. If your girlfriend/mother/sister/whoever is interested in toys but hates the way they are packaged, this is a perfect presentation. After receiving a toy in a box like this it's hard to not at least be willing to try it.

Here's a picture of the front of the box:
Sinfonia Box
    • Discreet looking packaging
    • Very informative
    • Would make a nice gift

Personal comments

Like all Close2You toys, this vibrator comes with a ton of extra goodies. Now in the industry we tend to get stoked when a toy comes with its own batteries and we don't have to dig around in our drawers, but let me tell you, those Germans don't stop at batteries.

This toy also comes with a small lube sample, a toy wipe, a cock ring, and a storage bag. The toy wipe is on par with the Eden toy wipes and isn't anything special, but it's still a very nice sentiment in case you're on the go or in a hurry. It comes in a small, foil case that seals in the moisture.

The small tube of lube that this comes with is water based and condom compatible. When I first got my Harmonia it was my first toy and it didn't occur to me that I would need lube to play. Including lube is just one of those things that makes Close2You one of the only two companies that have my loyalty.

The cock ring that this comes with is silicone, as well. It's deep purple and has the Close2You logo on it. While it seems to be an okay c-ring, it doesn't have a whole lot of stretch to it. If you're above average or don't like constricting rings this one might just end up collecting dust.

My favorite part of the extras is the pretty purple storage pouch. It is smooth on the inside and satiny on the outside, and it has a small Close2You tag on the side. This is the perfect size for the little lube sample, the toy, a condom, and the batteries. It also keeps your pretty toys from coming in contact, something that's important with silicone.

Here's a quick picture of the bag:
Sinfonia VS Bag


When I was looking to get my firs vibrator (which I did on Eden) I was seriously torn between this one and the Harmonia. The size of this one looked nicer, but the Harmonia was such a nice design that I got it instead; I am so glad that I did. The Harmonia is for people who don't need a lot of pinpoint stimulation and like thinner toys to thrust with, which is entirely what I'm into.

That doesn't mean that the Sinfonia is a bad toy at all. When it comes to toys that don't work for my body, I have to take a step back and consider how different I am from other girls and reviewers. The Sinfonia is going to be someones go to toy, just not mine.

My main issue with this toy is that it can't really hit my g-spot. Those of you who know me know that hitting my g-spot is a lot like hitting the broad side of a barn, and my most common complaint is that toys are too intense for my g-spot. I barley felt this one.

What was my main issue I think with this toy is that I couldn't insert it far enough in to get any good g-spotting because it gets so girthy so fast. I really don't like girthy toys at all, so after inserting the first few inches this gets pretty uncomfortable.

Overall, I gave the Sinfonia a 4 out of 5 stars. The quality and deep vibrations make this lovely for external stimulation, and its waterproof and silicone. I feel like my personal rating would be a 3, but my own feelings aside this is a solid 4 star toy.
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  • Diva
    thanks great review!
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    awesome review. nice pictures
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    great review and pictures
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    thanks bunches for the review!
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    Thanks for the great review, video and pics!
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    Thanks for all the great pictures!! And thanks for the review!
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    Thanks for the awesome review and pictures!
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    Thank you for the review.
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    Great review, thanks.
  • Rod Ronald
    Ryuson! Your reviews are so wicked!!! Thanks for all the info and the video! Love em all!!!
  • Bme
    Great review. I really liked the comparison between the Sinphonia and Harmonia. Being a musician I appreciate the musical references.
  • Bme
    Great review. I really liked the comparison between the Sinphonia and Harmonia. Being a musician I appreciate the musical references.
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