Symphony Opus - g-spot vibrator by Evolved Novelties - review by luvv2

Symphony Opus

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This vibe purports to be phthalate free, but mine smelled pretty ripe for the first month or so that I had it out of the box. While it may be phthalate free, it definitely has some sort of chemicals in I would suggest using a condom with it (also, it cannot be sterilized, so do not share this!)
Beautiful, quiet, waterproof, bullet's in the tip, very flexible, and lovely packaging.
All in one push button - no easy off.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
I've really been digging these new toys from Evolved, and I've been dying to try one out. When I finally got my hands on the Opus, I couldn't want to see what all the fuss was about.

The Opus is an attempt to take some of the benefits of a more expensive sex toy and package it in a way that is more affordable. They kept all of the style and class that is exclusive to the high end toys, but used cheaper TPR material instead of silicone, normal batteries instead of rechargeable, and a weaker motor than most high end toys might have.

These drawbacks definitely will make a difference for some folks. There are a number of people who will only use silicone toys. There are others who will only buy toys with rechargeable batteries. Myself - I'm more about whatever's going to get me off.

The Opus works well in that department. The motor, while not as powerful as other vibes I've used, is still plenty strong and completely quiet. Used externally, the Opus brought me to climax rather quickly, but it wasn't the type of orgasm that leaves me babbling.

Used internally, I felt it to be mostly useless as the motor is in the very top of the toy. It did not come anywhere close to my g-spot, and it just felt weird. I've experienced this with other dildos that have vibrating tips, and I just don't understand why manufacturers would do this.

This is by no means a bad toy, and I'd definitely say that they're on the right track with this one. If they moved the motor a little lower or put a g-spot curve in the shaft, it would be a real keeper. I like that it had the bullet in the tip, rather than the base, so it could be used well for both clitoral and penetrative stimulation... but that was about it for positives. I kept accidentally hitting the button, changing speeds and turning it off, which was pretty frustrating. I'd suggest one of Lelo's rechargeable vibrators instead.
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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?
    • Anyone
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bedroom / on a bed
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
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