Delight click 'n' charge - g-spot vibrator by Fun Factory - review by MykaKent

S is for Stimulating

The S-shaped curve of the Fun Factory Delight makes this an ideal choice for solo G-Spot play and leave the hands free for clitoral, anal, or other stimulation. On the other hand, having the right anatomy to match this toy is critical and it may too high a price tag to guess as to whether your G-Spot or clitoris is in the right place for this toy to be completely satisfying.
• S-curve makes hands-free play easier
• Charging cable can be used for multiple Fun Factory toys
• Lower settings provide inadequate stimulation
• Shape works best for those with shallow vaginas
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
The Fun Factory Delight Click N' Charge is made of a combination of hard plastic with a flexible silicone tip and has a graceful s-curve shape designed to hit the G-Spot. With its $110 price tag, the Delight fits in the realm of luxury sex toys, but like other Fun Factory toys I've owned in the past, it seems to be of excellent build quality and destined for a long life. This is my second Delight, the first having come with a charging case—the recharging cable plugs into the outside of the case—making for a discrete hiding place for the toy, which has now been replaced by the Click N' Charge cable used for a number of Fun Factory toys. The charging mechanism can be a little tricky to maneuver; the s-shape makes getting the magnetic cable to stick a little finicky and I far prefer the older box-style charger. Still, being able to use the same cable for multiple toys in the Fun Factory family is a nice benefit if you plan on building up a larger collection.

I was drawn to the Delight by its unique shape and fun colors but was unsure about how the s-curve would work its way into my penchant for using straight dildos and vibrators. The curve seemed like it was built for me, hitting my G-Spot just right. This is incredibly anatomy-dependent, however, and women whose G-Spots sit farther back (more than an inch or inch and a half) may have a hard time getting the Delight to reach far enough. I was disappointed in the little bump inside the curve intended to target the clitoris; for me, it didn't do so 100% of the time and required significant adjustment each time to get it to hit me right. The loop at the end of the handle isn't quite enough for two fingers to slip through but it turns out that this "bug" didn't matter: the absolute best part about this vibrator turned out to be its wild shape. Once inserted, the Delight "locks" over the pubic bone and I could easily grasp the handle between my thighs, leaving my hands free for other kinds of stimulation. None of my straight vibrators can match it for solo play.

I counted a total of nine vibration levels, with only the last two or three being suitable for stimulating a strong orgasm. For someone who prefers less stimulation, some of the lower levels might work as well, but I definitely needed to crank the vibration level up completely in order to be satisfied. The control pad has a plus and minus sign impressed into the silicone and telling the difference by feel (especially when lying down and not looking directly at the handle itself), can be a little difficult. I found myself learning the difference between the closer button (increasing intensity) and the farther button (decreasing intensity) to be a much better guide than the impressions themselves. In order to turn the toy off, you do have to cycle back through all the vibration levels; there's no "quick off" setting. It's also helpful to note that the control pad glows a pretty bright red. While it's fairly quiet, it will stick out in a dark room and be difficult to turn off at a moment's notice, so you might want to choose another toy if you're looking for the ultimate in discretion.

Due to the unique shape, this toy might pose a challenge to those wanting to use it with a partner; I can imagine that trying to get its angle right on someone else might be difficult. Also, this definitely isn't the toy for someone wanting to use a heavy thrusting motion, as it is best served by a gentle rocking into the G-Spot area. The flexible tip has less give than I expected it to, and its matte finish does have some drag. I didn't find that to be much of an issue because, again, thrusting is not its main purpose. Because the Delight is made of silicone, you'll want to use a water-based lubricant with it, but given that you're not going to be performing lots of in-and-out motions which can decrease natural wetness quickly, you may find that less lubricant is actually necessary with it at all.

Cleaning the Delight takes some work. There are several little seams and indentations around the control pad that require a toothbrush or careful scrubbing to get totally clean. The toy is, as Fun Factory describes it, "splash proof" though, and I haven't run into any trouble running it under water in the sink.

Despite its moderately high price tag and various shortcomings, I enjoyed playing with the Fun Factory Delight immensely and will likely place it among my top ten toys of choice.
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My Delight click 'n' charge tags
  • 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?
    • Can be worn during masturbation
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bedroom / on a bed
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • G-spot
  • Antipova
    I've been drawn to the Delight on and off over the years, and I'm not quite sure if it will fit or not... but you're making me want to try again. The "locking in" over the pubic bone so your hands are free sounds fantastic.

    One question, my g-spot likes vibration better than my clit does. Can you change the level of internal vibration independently from the level of external? Or am I doomed to overdo it on my clit if I want it strong enough inside?
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