G-spot vibrator discontinued
by Odeco

Not a Lelo, but a quality toy

While I don't dislike the Lilith, it's a versatile and fun toy, it's just not comparable to other toys that are in this price range (or even a bit cheaper) as far as features and quality go. While it may be a nice addition to your collection, I would recommend waiting until you catch it on sale.
Silicone, easy to use, very versatile, can be used during sex, several patterns, doesn't numb hand
Kinda weak, not waterproof, battery cap pops off too easily, expensive compared to similar toys
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Odeco Lilith is a versatile, quality toy. It has a strong, fairly rumbly motor located in the tip and a long shaft. There is another Odeco toy, the Apollo, which has a 'rabbit' leaf meant for dual stimulation, but this is the 'simplified' version of that.

The main use for this toy is vaginal insertion. It has a smooth, thin shaft and an easy to hold handle. It also has a bulged tip with a slight curve that makes it nice for g-spot stimulation, though it's not as intense a curve as some might want.

Another great use for this toy is clitoral stimulation. The tip can be used for pinpoint stimulation, but you also can use the flat part of the tip for broad stimulation. It also is nice to use on the nipples and other errogenous zones.

This toy is KIND OF anal safe. It doesn't have a flared base, retrieval cord, or real handle, but the bottom of the toy does bulge out. If you're a fairly experienced user and you don't let go of it you should be able to use this for anal play, but otherwise you may be happier with something a bit safer.

If you are a couple looking to get your first toy, this may be a bit expensive. While it is nice to get a quality toy as your first, it's a bit better to stick with something more affordable before you figure out what you enjoy in a toy. It is very nice to use for foreplay, oral, and is a stellar design to use externally during sex.

My view on this being your first toy in general is very similar. If you have a huge budget it is versatile and powerful, but if you're not sure what you like I would recommend something similar that's a bit cheaper, as you can always upgrade later.

This toy 100% passes Ryu's Dorm Seal of Approval. It's quiet, easy to care for, and the size makes it easy to stash away. While it's not tiny, the size is easy to work around, especially because of the thin girth.
  • 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
    • Everyone
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Campus/roommate living
    • Tub/shower/pool
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

This toy is made of both silicone and plastic. The silicone is pretty much just a thin coating over most of the plastic, so most of the toy is very rigid. The base is entirely made of white plastic.

Silicone is rated a 10 out of 10 on the Eden Safety Scale, and it's both nonporous and body safe. This means that microbes can't thrive under the surface and that it doesn't contain any ucky chemicals that could seep into your body. On it's own you can boil silicone to disinfect it, but you can't boil this toy because of the plastic components.

Plastic is rated an 8 out of 10 on the Eden Safety Scale. It's also nonporous and body safe, but plastic is much firmer than silicone is. The plastic shaft gives this toy firmness enough that it's great for thrusting. You can disinfect plastic safely by wiping it down with a 10% bleach solution.

As far as texture goes, this toy has pretty much none. There is a very tiny seam along the front and back of the shaft, but I can only see it and really can't even feel it when I try. There is a seam where the plastic meets the silicone, but it would be a challenge to insert this toy that deeply.

The majority of this toy has no give or flex to it at all. The tip, probably the top .25 inch of the toy, has a tiny bit of flex and give to it. This really doesn't make much difference in the scheme of things, but may be nice if you're worried about it bruising your cervix.

While lube is nice, you for sure don't need any. The shaft of the toy has almost no drag to it at all, and if you plan on inserting this most people will be able to take the thin shaft without any problems.

The materials make this toy good for people who want a fairly straight, firm toy. It's not going to feel very realistic, especially because it's mostly plastic, but the rigidity makes it easier to put clitoral and g-spot pressure.
    • Not porous at all
    • Rigid
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

The design of the Lilith is pretty basic, but it's simplistic enough to make it seem like a more prestigious brand designed it. Many people have compared it to a Lelo toy and, while it does feel a bit cheaper in the hand, there are many resemblances.

This toy is 8 inches long in total, with 4.5 of those being insertable. At the widest point this toy is just over 4 inches around, but the neck is much thinner than that. Because of this, the insertable portion of this toy is much thinner than the average penis and shouldn't cause any 'size envy' issues in the bedroom.

The shape of this toy is similar to several Lelo toys, as well, though it has a bit less give and is less girthy. This is one of the thinnest insertable, high-end toys that I've seen, which is great if you're a girth wimp like myself.

One nice thing is that the design makes it more versatile. The thin shaft makes it ideal to use during sex, the length makes it easy to manipulate in many positions, and it also is very easy to insert and thrust with.

The bulbous handle fits well into my hand, but I can also see it working well for both those with large and tiny hands. The buttons are also easy enough to push and differentiate between no matter how large the pads of your fingers are.

If you left this out it's pretty obvious what it is, so you probably should keep it put away when you have company over. It's a great size to toss into a backpack or overnighter, but may be too large to keep in a purse.

In total, this is a great toy for people who are seeking out something a bit smaller than average. The thin girth makes it super easy to insert, and if you're not a pro at inserting things yet this would be a good design.

Here's the Lilith VS a pen:
Lilith VS Pen

The button:
Lilith button

And the tip:
Lilith tip
    • Beginner
    • Ergonomic
    • Whimsical / artistic

Functions / Performance / Controls

The functions of the Lilith aren't the best, especially compared to the vast patterns Zini or Nomi Tang offer, but they're pretty nice. They also aren't the strongest in the world, so in that sense this toy won't top your Jopen.

This toy has three buttons in a target configuration; it reminds me of an iPod control panel. In the center is a raised power button, and then to the right is a + and the left a -. These are easy to press and use, and don't get too confusing in the heat of the moment.

To turn this toy on you just press the power button for a few seconds. You then press the + and - to scroll through the different settings. The settings are as follows:

1) Low (Less than 1 vroom, 1 bee)
2) Medium (1.5 vrooms, 1.5 bees)
3) High (2.5 vrooms, 2 bees)
4) Higher (High 3 vrooms, high 2 bees)

You can turn the toy off on any setting by holding down the power button for a few seconds. When you turn the toy off again it starts back on low, which can either be a good or a bad thing depending on if 7 is your favorite setting or not.

The motor is directly located in the tip of the toy. This makes it great for clitoral stimulation, focused internal stimulation, and not numbing your fingers. It's also right in between being rumbly and buzzy, which I was a bit disappointed by.

This toy is totally not waterproof. Not only does it not have an o-ring around the battery area, but the back of the battery case comes off SUPER easily. It's easy to snap back on and doesn't affect the vibrations, but it can get a bit annoying. I found that this happened most often when laying on the toy and using it externally, and didn't have any issues when thrusting it.

In total, this toy could be better. For the price there are stronger, rumblier, more waterproof toys out there, but this toy is also very easy to control and is super versatile.
    • Discreet sound
    • Easy to use
    • Multiple settings

Care and Maintenance

This toy is super easy to clean. It has no drag or texture to it, so it doesn't collect gunk at all. I use an antibacterial toy cleaner to wash this toy, but you can just as well use soap and water or a toy wipe. You should take care to not get the handle of this toy very wet, as it's not waterproof.

You can also disinfect this toy with a 10% bleach solution if you plan on switching orifices or users. This prevents the bacteria from continuing to live on the surface and keeps you from getting any infections. You should for sure not boil this toy.

You should not store this toy in contact with other silicone toys because the two materials could possibly react and leave you upset. You also really shouldn't use silicone lube with silicone toys for the same reason, though if you're heart-set on it you can do a small spot-test in an inconspicuous place.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


This toy actually had very nice, classy packaging. The toy is easy to see, and it's not hiding what it is, but for some reason I wasn't expecting it to look as nice as it does.

The box has a small slip around it that just has some images on it. It's pretty much just decorative. Under that is a small, domed piece of cardboard and plastic that shows off the toy and keeps it in place. This is kind of tough to get off; I just turned it upside down and shook it.

Once that's over with the toy is held in place with foam. Under the toy and foam is an instruction manual, which is great even though the toy is pretty easy to figure out and use.

The packaging is much larger than the toy itself and is tough to open, so I really wouldn't store the toy in there. It would be classy enough to wrap up and give as a gift, though.

Here's the packaging:
Lilith Slip
Lilith box
    • Not discreet
    • Very informative
    • Would make a nice gift


I jumped on the opportunity to get this toy for my monthly review, but it really just didn't seem like it was worth the wait and checking-back to see if it was available, at least for me.

This toy is very different from the Lelo toys, and it is cheaper, but it just doesn't seem to be worth the price tag. It's not waterproof, isn't super powerful, and doesn't even offer very many settings. The design is more versatile than a lot of toys out there, and I do like the way it feels for light g-spotting, but it didn't wow me.

I would recommend this to people who like thinner toys, who don't need a whole lot of power, and who find this toy on sale. It would be worth it at 20% off +, and if you want to do a buyout review to try this one go for it, but the full price just seems a little steep for a toy whose battery cap falls off when used a certain way and that doesn't have 4 vrooms of oomph.

I rated this toy 3 stars, though it really deserves 3.5. It's not a BAD toy, per se, it's just that you can get other toys (Like the Zizo) for less money that have more power and features.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.

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  • Contributor: travelnurse
    It does look very similar to the Lelo's
  • Contributor: Loriandhubby
    Thanks for the review!
  • Contributor: Zombirella
    That's a shame that it's weak, I went back and forth on requesting this for an assignment and decided to pass. I don't like the fact that the battery cap pops off, especially at that price. Great review
  • Contributor: KrazyKandy
    Great review, I just wish that it was waterproof.
  • Contributor: PropertyOfPotter
    Thanks for the review! I almost grabbed this, but I'm glad I didn't now! It's far too weak for me!
  • Contributor: charmedtomeetyou
    It does lack some features that should come along with that price tag! Great review!
  • Contributor: Hazeleyes2012
    Great review! It almost looks like a Lelo clone...
  • Contributor: joiedejouets
    Great job, wanna try this.
  • Contributor: Beautiful-Disaster
    Thanks for the detailed review!
  • Contributor: js250
    Great review--my battery cap hasn't popped off, but I will keep that in mind.
  • Contributor: never shy
    Great review
  • Contributor: The Vixen
    Great review! I think I'll probably pass on this because of the lack of power. Thanks for the review
  • Contributor: Badass
    Another amazing review from Ryu..
    Thanks for sharing.
  • Contributor: kurtster79
    Thanks for sharing amazing review, this would be too weak for my wife
  • Contributor: chicmichiw
    Great details. Thanks for the video
  • Contributor: Sangsara
    Hmm considering! Great review as usual!
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  • Contributor: Sneekyfox
    Thanks for the review!
  • Contributor: GingerSpice
    great info thanks so much!!
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