Little Paul - g-spot vibrator by Fun Factory - review by Positwist

Little Paul

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The Only Toy I've Ever Called "Snuggly"

Little Paul's vibrations don't reach the G-spot, and they're too diffuse for pinpoint clit stimulation. If you're looking for a strong, versatile toy, keep looking. If you're looking for a soft, body-safe worm to snuggle with your vulva, Paul may be for you.
Lovely silicone, moderate vibes
No vibes in the G-spotter bulb, too soft for strong G-spot pressure, diffuse vibes
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
Let's get right to the point: As a G-spot vibrator, Little Paul falls short. The motor is located in the middle of the shaft, so most of the vibes go right to your hand, not to your G-spot. While the bulbous G-spotting nose vibrates a little on the highest setting, applying any pressure kills them entirely. Even at their strongest point in the shaft, the vibes are diffuse, so Paul is a no go for pinpoint clit vibes, either.

As a G-spotter, Little Paul is okay. The silicone is too soft to apply much pressure to the G-spot, though it's firm enough for gentle stroking. Paul's bulbous nose doesn't get in the way of thrusting, but the short shaft can make it difficult to hang on while thrusting deeply, especially when your hands are slippy and lubey.

While I'm disappointed in Paul as a G-spot vibe, this has become my go-to toy for sleepy, lazy self-lovin'. Laying the shaft along the length of my vulva lets me grind into the plush silicone. The vibes are enough to get me off if I take my time, but they won't give me a screaming orgasm.

The specs:

There are 8 vibration speeds, ranging from nearly nothing to moderately strong and rumbly. In addition to constant vibrations, Paul has three vibe patterns: one rollercoaster, one long pulse, and one short pulse. The vibes are stronger than I expected from a toy that runs on two AAA batteries, and they're quiet enough that blankets should muffle most of the noise.

Paul has two seamless buttons (+ and -) for scrolling through speeds and patterns. To turn him on, hold (+) for a few seconds. Press (+) to increase the speed, and press (-) to decrease. To get to the patterns, click through to the highest setting, and then click again to enter pattern mode. The strength of the patterns can't be changed. To turn Paul off, you have to scroll down through each setting.

Little Paul is 5.5 inches long, with 4.25 inches insertable. It's 4.5 inches in circumference at its widest point. The shaft of the toy has a hard inner core with a thick silicone coating, while the head is pure silicone.

The silicone is soft and squishy. As with most Fun Factory silicone, it has a bit of drag, so lube is a must. Be sure to use water-based lube, since silicone-based lube can ruin silicone toys.

Little Paul is supposed to be waterproof, but I don't know if he's submersible. The battery compartment is sealed off with a plastic O-ring and the cap fits tightly. I wash him with mild anti-bacterial soap under running water (after I've taken the batteries out, of course!) and I've seen no signs of water going where it shouldn't.
Follow-up commentary
I've had this toy for months, and I still use it from time to time.

A few things I've noticed: Little Paul runs well on standard disposable batteries (carbon), but it is significantly weaker with rechargeable batteries.

Strangely, the vibe is starting to smell like the soap I use to clean it (Dial), despite rinsing thoroughly. Silicone does not pick up smells, so I think the seam where the base (black) meets the silicone (blue) is trapping soap buildup. I have not figured out how to clean in there, but I'll update when I do.
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My Little Paul tags
  • 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?
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bedroom / on a bed
    • Campus/roommate living
  • 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
    • Genitals
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  • brooketacular
    Good review and great follow-up! Thanks for the info about the vibe picking up soap odor.
  • Leo.boi
    Thanks for the honesty. It makes me much more wary of the product, but good to know in advance.
  • kawigrl
    good review
  • Anne
    thanks for the review
  • KRD
  • Pinkhare
    Thank you for the review ,
  • CountryPrincess
    thanks so much for the review!!
  • LostinLife
    Thank you for the review
  • dollsteak
    Thanks for the review
  • ShinySuicide
    Thanks for your review.
  • Katzer
    Thanks for the review
  • sunflower
    Very informative. And the information I. The follow up was good to know as well. Thank you!
  • higs
    Great review, thank you!
  • sexytileena / absolutely love sex
    nice review
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