Expert G - g-spot vibrator by Dorcel - review by Ryuson

Expert G

G-spot vibrator by Dorcel

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Not an expert, but more of a natural

While this toy was nice, it just didn't have the wow factor for it to be a 5 star product. The size is nice and easy to insert, and it's very versatile, but I find myself wishing it had a bit more oomph to the 10 settings it offers.
Silicone, waterproof, g-spot tip, quiet, rumbly, many settings, easy to use
Not super strong, may be too flexible for some
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Expert G is a small, motorized toy by Dorcel. It has one motor located at the tip, which is bent at an angle. This toy is quite versatile.

The main use for this toy is vaginal insertion. The thin shaft and curved tip make it great for g-spot stimulation, though it is a bit flexible. It's very nice for thrusting, but can also be left inserted and kind of rocked to stimulate the g-spot.

While it is meant to be inserted, this toy also works well for external stimulation. The pointed tip can be used for pinpoint stimulation, while the lager, curved area works well to stimulate the entire labia and surrounding area. It's also a nice size to stimulate the nipples and other erogenous zones.

While this toy would be great for prostate stimulation, it is NOT anal safe. It has no flared base, real handle, or retrieval cord, so you really should not insert this. There are much safer toys that would be just as nice on Eden.

If you're a couple looking to get your first toy together, this would actually be a pretty good option. It's fairly cheap, made of a good material, and is versatile. This toy can be used to aid in oral sex, as foreplay, and is even a pretty nice design to use externally during sex.

I feel similarly about this being your first toy in general. While it's a bit more than some cheapie traditional toys, it is fairly strong, has lots of patterns, and can help a newbie learn what they like in a toy.

This toy passes Ryu's Dorm Seal of Approval, but just barely. It's almost too loud to be covered up by the shower or hidden by a door. What really helps with the noise is holding the shaft or inserting this toy. It's also waterproof, easy to care for, and a good size to hide away.
  • 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
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot
    • Nipples

Material / Texture

The Expert G, like all of the Dorcel vibrators, is made from magenta, soft silicone and black, firm plastic. It has a magenta button made of the same material. While it would be nice to have other color options, the magenta is at least unique.

Plastic is rated an 8 out of 10 on the Eden Safety Scale. It's nonporous and body safe, meaning that it won't leak gross chemicals into your body, and that bacteria can't build up inside of the material itself, but can only be found on the outside of the material. Plastic can be disinfected with a 10% bleach solution and is very rigid.

Silicone is rated a 10 out of 10 on the Eden Safety scale and is also nonporous and body safe. While you can boil silicone to disinfect it, you can not boil this toy. If you plan on switching users or orifices, use the bleach method to kill germs. Silicone is very soft and flexible.

The shaft of this toy is silicone, and the tip is very flexible. The part closest to the base is silicone over a plastic shell, but the area right before the head has the most flex. The base of the toy, where the button is, is made up of plastic. The silicone is matte and has quite a bit or drag.

There are also no seams that I can feel in the toy, but there are a few ridges. The bulb, not having much flex, makes it a bit easier to feel and to stimulate the g-spot, though you can't get much torque because of the pliable material.

Made of safe materials, having little texture, and having a slight bit of flex, this material would be good for beginners. Advanced users may want the intensity that a firmer material offers, but the soft shaft also would make it nice for partner play.
    • Flexible
    • Not porous at all
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

The shape and design of the Expert G aren't revolutionary, and they aren't something that is going to surprise people or sweep them off their feet, but it is very effective.

The Expert G is 6.25 inches long in total, but only 4.5 of those are actually insertable. It's 4.5 inches around at the widest area, which is at the bent tip, but the shaft of this toy is thinner than that. Because of these measurements, this toy is smaller than the average penis while still seeming appropriately large. It's filling, but shouldn't cause any size envy issues in the bedroom.

There are 2 dips in the shaft at the front of the toy. These aren't very noticeable during use, but can be felt when ran along the labia and clitoris. There is also a small seam that runs the entire toy, but even if you're very seam-sensitive this shouldn't be an issue in use.

If you're looking for a toy that's great for moderate g-spot stimulation that has a pretty average girth, this is a great design. It's not going to be as firm as the Eleven or a glass toy, but it's also got a bit more curve to it than 'beginner' g-spot toys.

Even though it doesn't have the thinnest neck, it's not going to make your entrance feel stretched and isn't going to get very in the way during sex. One reason I really like this toy is because it looks like a sea monster or a dinosaur, but that's not exactly a selling point for most ladies.

If you left this out, especially around adults, it's pretty obvious what this toy is for. It's not phallic, but it can't be passed off as anything but a vibrator. The size isn't tiny, but it is a nice size to toss into a back pack or overnighter. It's a bit bulky to live in your purse.

In total, this toy is a nice size for people looking for an 'average' girth toy for moderate g-spot stimulation. It doesn't have much texture at all to it, but if you're not used to penetration it may seem a bit large. It's especially versatile, being great for internal, external, and partner play.

Here's the Expert G VS a pen:
Expert G VS PEn

The flex:
Expert G Flex

And a detail shot:
Expert G Deatail
    • Beginner
    • Ergonomic
    • Whimsical / artistic

Functions / Performance / Controls

While the functions of this g-spot toy by Dorcel aren't any thing extraordinary, they certainly get the job done. It has an easy to use and convenient means of controlling the settings, and I can't find any real faults with this toy.

There is one, pink button offset on the plastic base of this toy. It has a power mark on it and is easy to press. While it is a bit easy to press accidentally, you just have to be a bit conscientious about where you keep your fingers.

You press the button once to turn it on low, and then press it again to cycle through all of the settings. The settings are as follows:
1) Low (1 vroom, less than 1 bee)
2) Medium (1.5 vrooms, 1 bee)
3) High (3 vrooms, 2 bees)

In order to turn this toy off you just hold the button for a few seconds. When it turns back it it's automatically back at setting 1. This is useful in case you have to shut it off very quickly, and resetting is also nice in case you scroll past your favorite setting.

If you like patterns and deep vibrations, this toy has a lot to offer you. While the vibrations aren't the strongest on high, and certainly won't get power queens off, I still enjoy being able to work up to them using the lower settings.

The volume on this thing is strange. It's quiet if you just hold it by the base, and is quiet if you clench the shaft in your fist, but if you just touch the shaft with part of your hand it gets louder. This is easy enough to work around, but is worth mentioning.

This toy is also entirely waterproof, which rocks. It closes very securely and has a rubber o-ring around the battery area, so you don't have to worry about it breaking if you decide to make it your new tub-time companion.

Because of the functions this toy would be great for people who don't need Hitachi-esque oomph. It's rumbly, and the vibrations are strongly located in the tip. It also has quite a few settings to play around with and is easy to use.
    • Discreet sound
    • Easy to use
    • Multiple settings

Care and Maintenance

While there are a few seams and ridges, they aren't deep enough to keep this toy from being easy to care for and clean. It's a bit of a lint magnet, so it may be best to wash it both before and after each use, but it's not nearly as bad as the 'sticker' silicones like Tantus. You can wash this toy with antibacterial toy cleaner, soap and water, or just use a toy wipe.

If you plan on switching users or orifices, you should disinfect this toy with a 10% bleach solution. This will kill any bacteria on the surface, preventing the spread of infection and germs. You can't boil this toy or put it into the dishwasher because of the motor and plastic parts.

You should avoid storing this toy in contact with other silicone toys because the two materials could react together. Similarly, this toy should not be used with silicone based lube.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


Judging by the Dorcel packaging, it's pretty obvious that these toys are from France. The first clue is that the first language on the packaging isn't English, but the second clue is that they have no problem with putting naked women on the box and in a very artistic manner, to boot.

The front of the box sports a fairly true-to-size image of the toy. It also lists the brand name, the name of the toy, a 'seal', and states that it's 100% silicone. The front opens up magnetically and you can see the toy itself through a plastic window.

The sides of the box have a gray scale photo of a woman. She has her head turned away from the camera, but is wearing nothing but panties and stockings. This surprised me, as usually high end brands make a point NOT to have naked ladies on their packaging.

The back of the box has a blurb selling the toy in 6 different languages. The English portion doesn't have perfect grammar, but it gets the point across. It mentions that it's silicone, has 10 settings, is meant to stimulate your g-spot, and that its mission is to make you orgasm.

In total, this box is nice to look at, but isn't the classiest. It's not the best for storage because of the size and general quality, but it would be nice to wrap up and give as a gift. While it is fairly nice to look at, it doesn't pretend you're getting anything other than a sex toy.

Here's the front:
Expert G Front
The front open:
Expert G Open
The side:
Expert G Side
And the back:
Expert G back
    • Not discreet
    • Would make a nice gift


I had this toy on my wishlist before Eden had it for sale, so when it finally went available to buy I just HAD to snatch it up! I loved the shape and design of it, and something told me it would just work very well for my body.

I was not disappointed with this toy. It is just on the threshold of what girth is comfortable for me (I'm a total girth wimp) and is firm enough to get at my g-spot without being TOO firm. I also liked that the shaft was a bit thinner than the tip, which made it more comfortable to thrust with.

While I really liked this toy, if you prefer plastic, metal, or glass g-spot toys, this one is gonna let you down. It also doesn't have stockpiles of power, though the settings are many and it's quite rumbly. I think that the 'average' lady will be fine with this toys power.

In total, I am giving this toy 4.5 stars. Why 4.5? It doesn't have any obvious flaws, and I do enjoy it, but it just didn't wow me enough to be a 5 star toy. I may have just had too high of expectations, but I usually only give 5 star reviews to toys that have me going WOW... And this one was just a "That's quite nice."
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  • PropertyOfPotter
    Thanks for the review, I was SO hoping this would be stronger!
  • Wicked Wahine
    Great detailed review! I love your regular feature about whether or not it passes your dorm noise test. You also include good pictures & never have a dry, boring review, thank you for that!
  • Rossie
    Thank you for another informative review.
  • Herzer
    Thanks for the great review.
  • XxFallenAngelxX
    Thanks for the review!
  • Sangsara
    great review Ryuson- this shape is a staple but you only need one- question why is this one so great and the yellow so sucky?
  • The Vixen
    Great review and pics as usual
  • travelnurse
    Thanks for the info!
  • Falsepast
    Thanks for the pics
  • Kitka
    Fantastic review on this! It's really cute and sounds like a great toy but it probably wouldn't work well for me. Great photos, thanks for sharing them with us
  • Gracie
    Nice review! Thanks!
  • levellc09
    So want to try this!
  • AmethystQueen
    Good review!
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    Nice pics! Thanks for the review!
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    Great review, thanks!
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    Great review! Thanks!
  • Pete's Princess
    Thanks for the review.
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