Cute G - g-spot vibrator by NMC Ltd - review by Mwar

Cute G

G-spot vibrator by NMC Ltd

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A funky little toy, but I do wish these companies would put away the decorative stones! The Cute G may be an option for beginners, but doesn't offer much else for other users. Overall, this ones it a very, very, fair toy.
Beginner Friendly
Not that Strong
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


So perhaps I'm a wee bit creative. Or I've had a glass a wine. It could be both! Regardless, the Cute G is an affordable, smaller toy designed for G-spot stimulation. The neck curves to a bulbous head to provide blunt, yet somewhat directional G-spot stimulation. The Cute G is an option for those looking to explore their G-spot and don't want to break the bank. It's also a gift option for those who want to introduce a friend to sex toys.

The Cute G won't work for everyone, but if you catch it on sale it's doesn't hurt to give it a try, especially if you haven't found a G-spot toy yet. It can also be used as a teaser toy and be used on the clitoris. This little guy is not recommended nor intended for anal play. Since it is smaller than many toys, this could be the one that gets lost and sends you to the ER.

The Cute G is discreet, both in terms of size and sound. It's an option for those who are in dorms or live with others. It can also be taken to the shower since it is waterproof.
  • 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?
    • 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
    • Nipples

Material / Texture

The Cute G is made from plastic. Plastic ranks an 8 out of 10 on the material safety scale. It is non porous, so bacteria cannot thrive inside the toy. Still, be careful since it does have a noticeable seam around the head of the toy. The seam is marked by the difference in colors of the toy. The tip of the head is a rose pink while the neck of the toy is a powdery pink. The head is funky and very loosely resembles a circumcised penis.

The Cute G is firm and unyielding. The only part of this toy that move is the button on the bottom of it. This means it will stay where you put it and you can apply pressure with it. This could work for both the clitoris and G-spot, especially if you require firm pressure when G-spotting.

The Cute G is smooth, making it's texture friendly for beginners. There is no overt smell to this toy.
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all
    • Rigid

Design / Shape / Size

The Cute G is a little guy indeed. He clocks in at 6 inches long with an insertable length of 4.25 inches. The head of the toy is the widest point with a circumference of 4.25 inches. This makes him a poor choice for the size queens, but a great choice for those who prefer petite toys and beginners. Here is a picture of the Cute G compared to other toys in the G-spot class.

From Left to Right: Diamond Spot Vibrator (meh), Cute G, Shiny G (ok), Lucid Dream Petites no. 8 (also ok), Dream Massager G (best of the bunch), and Pretty Pearl G Spot (good-fair).

The Cute G is small and easy to hide. You can easily put it in a sock and in your drawer to keep it from view. Traveling is easy with this toy. Just be sure to either invert the batteries or take them out. You don't want it turning on by accident during travel (I will laugh at you). In terms of noise, the Cute G is at most 2 Bees. You won't be heard beyond a closed door. You probably couldn't be heard beyond your room if there was background noise, like a fan, even if your door is open.
    • Beginner
    • Ergonomic

Functions / Performance / Controls

The Cute G has a single push button at the bottom of the toy. It serves for both the power and vibrations. It has 3 vibrations, all steady and standard at different intensities. They are:

1. Low Vibration: 1 Bee, 2 Vrooms
2. Medium Vibration: 1-2 Bees, 2 Vrooms
2. High Vibrations: ~2 Bees, ~3 Vrooms

I think the vibrations are more buzzy in nature, but the shape and design of the toy keep it from numbing your hands. The vibrations (motor) are located in the head of the toy, where you want it most. They are strongest at the head and lessen as you travel away from the head. It's fine since the head is the star if the toy anyway.

The strength of this toy is best suited for more sensitive ladies and those who need only moderate vibrations occasionally. Or those with shallow G-spots. If you need 4 Vrooms to orgasm, just stop reading now. The good news is that the Cute G does have an O-ring, making it waterproof. Just make sure you screw the cap on tightly. I have taken this in the shower with success but have not submerged it.

The Cute G takes 1 AA battery and seems to last long enough.
    • Discreet sound
    • Easy to use

Care and Maintenance

Care for the Cute G is simple enough. You can use a wet wipe, toy cleaner, or good ole' soap and water. Always take extra care to clean the seam around the head of the toy. Debris will collect there. When dry, it store it away from jelly or similar toys so you don't contaminate your toy. If storing for a period time, it's best to remove the battery.

Both silicone and water based lubricant can be used with this toy.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


The Cute G came in a clear, plastic Eden sleeve. Being clear, it's not at all discreet. The packaging can fold flat, so you can use it for for future storage of other toys if you wanted. The packaging is minimal, but will keep your toy protected from other materials and dust. It's not that small, though, so this isn't a good storage option for those who have limited space.

The Cute G is a decent gift option for beginners or those who like interesting/funky looking toys. There are no written instructions that came with the Cute G. It only had a little insert showing how to insert the batteries.
    • Minimal
    • Not discreet


I've experienced a few G-spot toys in this price range by now, so I can give you a bit of a comparison (it'll be more thorough the more reviews I put out on the above pictured items). The Cute G ranks on the lower ind of the spectrum. It's not a function of size as much as the toy is weaker compare to the majority of the other toys and is less likely to work for a wider audience.

Where I can see more than beginners trying the Dream Massager G, I can't see them searching for the Cute G. Other than looking kind of funky, it doesn't have anything special to offer, other than a good price when on sale. Interestingly, I'm seeing that the larger toys from this batch are ranking higher than the smaller ones. While I prefer petite toys, a G-spot toy has to be a certain length to succeed in stimulating the G-spot (and for a variety of women).

More info on the comparison is to come as I review the toys!
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  • misty82
    Thanks for the review
  • mpfm
    Thanks for the review and pics. I'm not so fond of the bling on this either. It makes it too cutesy for my tastes.
  • namelesschaos
    Good review thanks for it.
  • GONE!
    Thanks for the review!
  • MidnightStorm
    Thanks for the review! I agree about the rhinestones--honestly, I think they look completely tacky and I imagine they only complicate cleaning in most cases.
  • glasskitten
    Thank you so much for the review and photos! Most helpful!
  • SadoMas
  • Rosen Rot
    Thank you for the insight!
  • Rod Ronald
    Thanks for the review
  • moongirl
    Good review
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