G-spot rabbit vibrator
by Odeco

A Lovely Lookalike!

So, the Apollo didn't fit me perfectly. That's the problem with most rabbit vibrators. It all depends on our individual anatomies. I've had rabbit style vibrators that work like a charm for me, that others can't begin to fit. It's also happened the opposite way. Either way, this toy will work for that right person, and they will love it. With the powerful dual motors, this toy works like a charm. The toy doesn't cut out, and it works as expected.
-Silicone shaft.
-Easy to use.
-Will not fit all anatomies.
-Gaps in seams on handle.
-Not waterproof.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Apollo by Odeco is a rabbit style vibrator that doesn't have an animal look. The clitoral arm has the look of a rose bud. The best use for this toy would be for female, because the toy has a shaft that vibrates, and provides G-spot stimulation. The clitoral arm provides stimulation to the clitoris. Since this is a rabbit style vibrator, it's lacking a flared base. It wouldn't be ideal for anal play because of this reason. I know some people will experiment with it that way, anyhow. If you do, the clitoral arm would be enough to stop it from going too deep inside the anal cavity, and getting lost.
I've only used the Apollo for vaginal play. I did use the tip of the shaft on my nipples for a few minutes. It gave me some nice vibrations on my love buttons. I wouldn't suggest it for body massages, as the vibrations don't get deep into the muscles.

The Apollo is only splash proof, so don't take it in water, or submerge it. If you are a squirter, you should be fine, just make sure to keep any water, or liquids away from the battery compartment.

Beginners or advanced users can use the Apollo because of it's simple interface. This is best used for solo play but it can be used for play by couples.

You can also use the Apollo to stimulate the nipples, perineum, inner thighs, and buttocks.

  • 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?
    • Campus/roommate living
    • On a bed only
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly

Material / Texture

The Apollo is made from 100% food grade silicone, and the handle is made from ABS plastic. The shaft and clitoral arm of the toy are very smooth. The surface of the toy has almost no drag. The silicone does tend to pick up lint, hair, and dust particles, quite easily.
The ABS plastic handle is very smooth and has a glossy look. The handle is white, and there is a chrome looking band that is between the pink silicone and ABS plastic. The band is smooth, as well. There are quite a few seams on this toy. These seams allow body fluids to get inside. There are a few of the seams that have significant gaps. Be sure to clean these areas thoroughly. The seams are around the battery cover, push button, around the control pad, between the silicone and plastic, and completely around the middle of the handle. There are no seams on the shaft of the toy. There is a raised ridge on the clitoral arm. This gives the appearance of a flower bud. This part doesn't cause any irritation because it's along the side of the clitoral arm. This area, never touched my skin. If you need to apply a little bit of pressure to the flexible arm, you may feel a little of the raised area. It doesn't hurt, and it's not sharp.

There was a slight smell when I first received the product. This seemed to be the new smell that most silicone toys have. Once I washed the toy, there was no smell present.

I really like the smooth texture of the silicone. Silicone is my favorite material, hands down. It's non porous, and body safe. It can be shared by partners, and thoroughly cleaned afterwards. My only pet peeve is that it collects so much hair. If you have pets in your home, your toy may collect a lot more hair than normal. I always clean my toys right before use. That way, it doesn't have a chance to get any hair or dust on it. The texture on the Apollo is great for anyone, from beginners to advanced users. The silicone on this toy is very close to the silicone that Lelo uses on their toys. The ABS plastic is also similar to the plastic on Lelo products.

The silicone used on the Apollo is food-grade material, Hypo-allergenic, Latex free, Non-porous, and Phthalates free. This material earns a 10 on the Eden Safety scale.

The shaft of the toy is rigid, and firm. The shaft isn't flexible. The clitoral arm can be moved, since it's very flexible. I wouldn't apply too much pressure to it. It's made to be bendable to reach the clitoris better. It's not really supposed to be bent the opposite way. There are no bumps along the shaft.
    • Flexible
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all

Design / Shape / Size

The design of the Apollo is a rabbit style shape. The shaft on the Apollo is curved upwards. This allows for a better fit to the G-spot. The clitoral arm is curved in to meet the clitoris. The stimulator on this toy is a single tip. This allows for more pinpoint vibrations. I like how it concentrates right on the clitoris. I had to press it on there because it wasn't a perfect fit for my anatomy. I don't have to worry about it hitting the side of my lip, or below my clit. The bulbed shape starts out round and then tapers down to a point. Some may like this feature, but some may not. It will really depend on your anatomy and what you like. I personally like the clitoral stimulator on the Apollo. The design of the Apollo reminds me of a few toys that are similar in appearance.

I especially like the slim design. It's not an intimidating size. The circumference and diameter would be perfect for beginners.
Size queens, on the other hand, may not get enough satisfaction from the Apollo. This was a great fit for me. I really liked the size. My only issue with the Apollo was that it seemed to be for someone who had a longer vaginal canal, and higher clitoris area than I have. I've found that since I am petite, at 5'2", some toys are a bit too long for me. The clitoral stimulator had to be pressed against my clitoris, for me to enjoy the full effects of the toy. If it was just a little shorter, and lower, it would have been perfect. That is the case that many of us run into when buying rabbit style vibrators.
The issue with many rabbit style vibrators is that they tend to fit certain anatomies perfectly, but then they don't fit others at all. I really like the curve of the shaft. This does reach up into the upper wall, and it vibrates with a great intensity. The G-spot vibrations also remind me of Lelo toys.

The Apollo isn't a very large size, so it can be hidden in a bag or pouch easily. It doesn't take up a lot of room. The problem with traveling, is that the Apollo doesn't have a locking feature. You can just remove the batteries, if you needed to travel with it.

The full toy is 8" long

The insertable portion is 4 1/2" long.

The middle of the shaft is 3 1/4" circumference and 1 1/4" in diameter.

The top of the shaft is 3 7/8" in circumference, and 1 1/4" in diameter.

The handle is 5" in circumference.

The silicone shaft is 5 1/4" long.

The clitoral arm is 2 1/2" long.

The neck of the clitoral arm is 1 1/2" in circumference.

The silver band is 4" in circumference.

The battery casing just slides off in the back of the handle. There are raised ridges that help with gripping the to by the thumb to slide off the cover. It snaps on and off pretty easily. The handle does fit on tightly. It's not loose and it doesn't move around.
There were a few marks inside the battery casing. I'm not sure what they are from, but I would think that it was from the toy being manufactured.

    • Beginner
    • Discreet look/design
    • Partner play

Functions / Performance / Controls

The Apollo has one control panel. It's a series of 3 buttons, in a white circle. The circle is " in diameter. There is a dark pink button that is circular in appearance. The button is matte. The button has a raised circle. This button turns on the toy, and turns it off.

To turn the toy on, press and hold the button down for about 3 seconds. This will turn the toy on. This automatically puts the toy in a low vibration mode. If you press the toy for 3 seconds while it's on, it will turn off the toy.

The + button on the toy is used to increase the intensity of the vibrations, and to switch to pulsation modes.

The - button is used decrease the intensity of vibrations, and switch back to the previous pulsation mode.

The buttons are lit by a LED light. This light enables you to operate the toy in the dark, or areas that are dimly lit.

In my experience with the toy. It's very simple to use.
To turn it on, I held down the middle (pink)button for 3 seconds. It would then be on the lowest steady setting of vibration.
To go to the next level of higher vibration, press the + sign once. This feels like a medium steady vibration. Do the same for the next higher vibration levels that are steady.
Pressing the + after these settings, will allow the toy will go into the first pulsation mode. There are 2 more varied pulsation settings after the first one. Continuing to press the + button will cycle through those. I have had trouble decreasing the speeds, and pulsations with the - sign. I always have to turn off the toy and restart. I've tried it numerous times, and the - does not work to decrease the vibrations or pulsation patterns.

There are 7 settings on the toy, starting with the lowest setting when you turn on the toy.

1- Very Low Steady

2- Low steady

3- Medium steady

4- High steady

5- Pulse pause Pulse pause Pulse pause

6- Short short long, short short long, short short long pulses

7- Rapid pulse and pauses, continuous

There are two motors in the Apollo. One is located in the clitoral arm, and the other is located in the shaft of the toy, near the tip.

The Apollo is powered by 2 AAA batteries. The toy doesn't drain as much power as I thought it would. Of course, Duracell or Energizer batteries will tend to outlast some of the lower quality batteries.

When storing the toy, I always take out the batteries, because I've had toys damaged in the past from batteries that were left inside the toy. Some have exploded, and some have leaked out into the battery compartment. Either way, it can damage the toy and possibly cause bodily harm.

The vibrations are located in the shaft of the toy from one motor, and the other motor sends out its vibrations into the tip of the clitoral arm. There are strong vibrations, on the high settings. There is no way to switch back and forth, between the arm and shaft. These patterns are in tune with each other. They both do the same thing that the other motor is doing. There is also no way to turn off one at a time. Everything is done together. This toy doesn't have a memory.

The controls are convenient, and easy to use. My only issue about the controls is that the control pad doesn't feel very durable as other high quality products that I own.

The Apollo is relatively quiet, and whisper soft. I do like that feature a lot. It can't be heard through a door, and it can't be heard over a television, fan, or running water.

The Apollo is only splash proof, so don't take it in the tub or shower. The silicone can have water on the surface, just not the handle.

I like the variety of vibrations, and pulsation settings. The Apollo does have some power, but it's not as rumbly as I would have liked. The vibrations can become buzzy, in the higher settings.

I give it a 3.7 on the vibration power scale. Someone who doesn't need very strong vibrations could benefit from this toy. Power queens may not like the vibration level that it gives.

This toy is also slender, and size queens may not like this, for that reason. People like myself, who enjoy toys that are slender, may love the Apollo.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that it will work best for those who don't need extremely powerful vibrations, and who like slender toys.

It did get me off, but I had to press down on the clitoral arm because it was too far up for me to enjoy it. That was a little uncomfortable to do , but after a while, it worked for me. It seems to work better for those who have a clitoris that isn't super close to the vaginal opening. It could possibly be the perfect toy for those who are taller. I've noticed that some taller ladies have a clitoris that is spaced farther apart from the vaginal opening. I think this toy could possibly work for them. While I am petite, at 5'2", the clitoral arm sat above my clitoris, and above my hood.

New batteries should have over 2 hours of usage. This will depend on which settings are used the most.

    • Discreet sound
    • Easy to use
    • Multiple settings

Care and Maintenance

The Apollo Can be washed off with soap and water. You can use regular or antibacterial soap. Be sure to keep all water away from the battery compartment. I usually hold the toy upside down, while I'm cleaning it. This allows the water to drain off the top, away from the handle. This action ensures that no water will get into the battery compartment. I would have liked to see a waterproof handle, for this price.

The silicone portion of the Apollo can be sanitized with a 10% bleach solution. To make this solution, use 1 part bleach to 9 parts of water. Make sure that each part is equal. You can pour in a spray bottle or in a sink. Just simply spray, or wipe down the toy with the solution. Be careful to rinse all of the solution off of the toy. This is very important.

Also, do not boil the Apollo, or place into a dishwasher. The temperatures get far too hot. Doing so, will damage the toy since there are motors inside. Also, the battery compartment is not waterproof, and there are gaps along the sides of the handle, where the parts were not sealed together completely. This will allow water to leak inside the battery compartment, which will ultimately be the demise of your toy.

Silicone materials are not compatible with silicone lubricants. This can damage the silicone finish, which in turn can destroy the toy, or makes it unsafe to use. Water based lubes are the best to use with the Apollo.

The Apollo arrived with no storage bag. I would have liked to see a storage pouch included with the Apollo.

The Apollo is not a very large toy, so it can fit into drawers perfectly. The packaging is not very promising, so you may have to place it in a bag or box. I keep it in a drawstring pouch that I made.

This really isn't a high maintenance toy. If you aren't sharing it, you won't need to sanitize it regularly. A regular cleaning with warm water and soap, should work great.

When I clean it, I take a warm wash cloth that has been soaked in warm water, I then add some antibacterial soap and make sure that I squeeze out any excess water. I then hold the toy upside down, and wipe off the insertable shaft and clitoral arm.
Once those areas are clean, I wipe off the handle, making sure that the cloth doesn't have water dripping. This is very important. With the handle having a few small gaps, near the seams, I make sure that the rag is barely wet, when using it around this area.
For best results, you can use the Eden toy wipes, if you have any on hand. Using the wipes will ensure that no liquids will get into the seams.

Do not use alcohol or other solvents on the silicone.

Always clean and dry the toy before and after each use. I also check the batteries, if they were left in the compartment, by accident.

The Apollo does not have a locking feature for travel. I would suggest to remove batteries if traveling with it. No one wants to be the one who has a vibrating toy go off in their bag.

Do not leave the toy in sunlight. It can damage the finish. Also, keep it away from other toys. Many toys are made of totally different materials, and some of these can ruin your silicone toy. Keep it stored in a bag, or safe place when not in use.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


The Apollo arrived in a cardboard packaging, that seemed to only be half a box. There was no actual cover over the box. The box is black and has tiny polka dots that are orange in color. The box is 9 1/2" long, and 4" wide. The box is 1 3/4" deep.

Inside the box is the toy, and a user manual.

Inside the box, under a clear plastic cover that is form fitting to the toy, was the Apollo. The sides of this piece are made out of paper that is black. Under the toy, there is a foam insert that cushions the toy during transit. The main part of the toy fits in it, but there is no places to place the clitoral arm. It just rests on the foam. I was a little puzzled as to why there was no actual top to the box.
On the box, there is an orange sleeve that has white polka dots on the top. There is a series of circles on the top side. One the back side, there is one circle, and the wording 'Made in China'. This sleeve slides on and off the box.

Inside the box, there is a user manual that is orange, like the sleeve. The user manual has the wording 'User Manual 2011' on the front. Inside the manual, there are the pages Introduction, highlights, specifications, material, motor, buttons, cleaning, storage, and warranty.

The wording used is not very English like. There are a few misinterpretations in the manual, but it's easy enough to figure out what it really means.

The actual box doesn't feel cheap, but there is no way to conceal what is inside the box. There is no top to close, or cover it. It would have been a nice box, if there was a top that could slide down on top of the box.

This isn't discreet for gift giving because anyone can see the toy from the top. There is no nudity on the package, but the toy is visible.

The box is cardboard, so it can be recycled. The plastic cover can be recycled as well. I'm not sure if the foam insert can be recycled.

If you wanted to keep the box for another use, it would be usable. You could take out all the inserts and use it for jewelry, pens, small office supplies, etc. I'm very crafty, so I thought about painting it with craft paint, and using it to put my small perfume bottles in.

    • Minimal

Personal comments

The Apollo is a great toy for G-spot and clitoral stimulation. It works by simultaneously stimulating both the G-spot, and clitoris with powerful vibrations. When a woman has a clitoral, and G-spot orgasm at the same time, it is out of this world!


I attempted to use the Apollo again last night. No matter what I did, I wasn't able to use it comfortably. No matter how I wished that it would hit my clitoris without holding the arm down, it just wouldn't. I've come to the realization that this toy will not work for my anatomy.
It would have been a good toy to hold onto, if it would have fit me better. I knew this could have happened, so I'm not disappointed. I'm just going to look for other rabbit style vibrators that are slender and powerful, in the future. I'm going to have to look into measuring the distance between the middle of my clitoris to the opening of my vagina.

I like the firm shaft, flexible clitoral arm, and variety in functions.

I don't like the gapped seams, finicky button control, and the fact that it's battery powered.

When I was able to get clitoral stimulation with the Apollo, I had to insert the toy at an odd angle. I was sort of lifting up the handle of the toy, and pushing down on the clitoral arm, so it would reach my clitoris. 4 1/2" of the shaft is what was inside of me, and I was able to hold the toy at an angle. This was all too uncomfortable to ever do again, so I've come to the sad conclusion that I must pass this toy along.
Follow-up commentary
This toy would be perfect for someone that had the right anatomy. My body just doesn't work with the Apollo. This is what happens with most rabbit vibrators. It either fits and works, or it's not worth your time.
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    Awesome review, thanks!
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