SinFive Akmeo - g-spot vibrator by SINFIVE - review by Safo Garcia

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How to use Akmeo at its best G-spot massage tip from tantric sex expert Jaiya
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A Strong, Well-Made G-Spot Pleaser

The SinFive Akmeo is a great basic vibrator with a high-quality motor that will hit the spot and last much longer than cheap vibrators.
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Pros:
Very strong; 6 levels of steady vibes & 3 types of pulsation; good controls.
Cons:
Not silicone.
Rating by reviewer:
4
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The SinFive Akmeo is an attractive dildo vibrator with a curved tip to stimulate the g-spot. Mine came in a unique fuchsia pink color and got me off several times---in a row! I used it for both external clitoral stimulation and internal stimulation. Shaped or curved dildos usually fit different people differently, but the slightly curved tip of the Akmeo felt divine as I thrust it in and out. You might liken it to a slight bend in a finger aimed at your special spot. I did manage a g-spot ejaculation when I used it internally, so I believe the claim that it's a g-spot vibrator.

The vibrator does come with detailed instructions. The instructions are easy to throw away with the packaging if you don't completely take the box apart first, so make sure to look carefully. I was pleased to find that the instructions do tell you how to turn it on (holding the "plus" button down for a few seconds) and the order of the different vibe modes (i.e. you press "plus" and "minus" to travel through 6 different levels of vibration; if you hit the "plus" when it's on the sixth vibration power, it will switch to a range of three pulsation patterns that you can cycle through with the "plus" button; press "minus" to return to levels 1-6 of steady vibration, and hold "minus" to turn off.) The steady vibration at level six is unusually strong for a battery-operated toy, and the strength has not noticeably decreased after about a total hour of it being on at high or near-high. It produces deep, rich vibes that really got me off.

One great aspect about the two buttons that operate the Akmeo is that they do no tend to turn on/off when you don't want them to. They're well-placed and well-designed so that if your hands graze them while you play, they won't register it. On the other hand, the buttons are also easy to press and use in the ways you want to.

I usually prefer rechargeable vibes to battery-operated ones, but sometimes battery-operated feels better and stronger. I'm not sure why that is. Certainly, the rechargeable Acuvibe is only a notch or two less strong than the almighty, strongest-of-all electrically plugged-in Hitachi Magic Wand, but the Akmeo feels stronger and better than the rechargeable Iris. Still, battery-operated can cost more in the long-run if your use is frequent, so I use rechargeable batteries in those non-rechargeable toys I can't bear to give up.

It does come in impressive packaging with a clean, minimalist aesthetic and a five-year warranty. I haven't tried it, but I assume they'd replace the toy if you make a claim in writing and have proof of purchase. The motor is wonderfully strong as noted above and seems like it will last far longer than a motor on a cheapie vibe.

The real flaw in this vibe is that, although it's pthalates-free and skin-safe, it's not sterilizeable silicone. It has a safety rating of 8, which is pretty good, although not perfect. It does have a nice firm texture with a slight give that feels different from the density of silicone that is this firm, but it also holds marks and scars. If you look closely at the surface of mine, you see little nicks and microscopic indentations. It's too bad they didn't make it out of silicone; it's what I would expect with a motor of this quality.
Follow-up commentary
I still use this vibe on a regular basis. I don't keep it in my nightstand, but I do keep it in my desk drawer for when the urge strikes during work hours. It has strong vibrations, and a couple of batteries seems to last in it for a long time, without diminishing the power of the intense vibes too much. If only it were silicone, it'd be perfect!
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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Comments
  • Not Here Anymore f/k/a Happy Lady
    Nice review.
    How does it handle in the water?
  • Safo Garcia
    I wouldn't immerse any toy underwater for an extended period, but this one has a solid-looking seal and definitely seems splash-proof. I don't usually enjoy toys while I'm bathing, but I would feel comfortable taking this one into the shower.
  • Airlia
    I love the look of this one.
  • Safo Garcia
    I just checked out the video on this page, and I think many people could learn from it. I have to say that, despite the very unfortunate fact that this vibe is not silicone, it really does work for the G-spot. I didn't go into too much detail in my follow-up review, but I've used techniques and motions on my own that are very similar to those described in the video, and they work! I've had many G-spot orgasms and ejaculations with this dildo. I think it must be the shape, which really can simulate a crooked finger.
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