Opus - g-spot vibrator by Close2You - review by Laccaria


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The Opus is a quality vibrator with a unique design and some interesting vibrational modes. Unfortunately, the design falls tantalizingly short of perfection.
Waterproof, silicone, strong vibration for AAA batteries, good design for G-spot stimulation.
Can't stimulate G-spot and clit simultaneously.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
The Opus is a beautiful vibrator. For one thing it comes in a tidy white box with two adorable little drawers; one that contains the vibrator and one with all the neat accessories that come with the Opus.

And, lets talk about the neat accessories that come with the Opus for a moment, shall we? Besides the usual little catalog/informational booklet, the Opus comes with a velvety storage pouch, two AAA batteries, an individually wrapped toy cleaning wipe, a small sample of water based lube called "Glissando," and a purple, silicone cock ring.

First off, I really love that the Opus comes with the batteries that run it. While it's not as though AAA batteries are rare and difficult to find, it is always disappointing to unwrap a new toy and discover that you can't actually use it until you get yourself to the store. So, including the appropriate batteries to operate the vibrator is a classy touch in my book.

And speaking of operating the the Opus, the controls really couldn't be simpler. There is one button that turns the vibrator on and off, and one button that cycles through the various vibrational modes. Once the vibrator is on, you can only move one direction through the modes. The simplicity of the controls means you don't have to think much when you are trying to cum, but it can be annoying if you accidentally pass by the mode you wanted and have to cycle through seven other modes to get back to the perfect one.

The first three modes are constant vibration, which get progressively more intense. The next five modes are a series of interesting vibration patterns. I'm generally not a big fan of patterns in my vibrations, but I have to concede that the Opus has some seriously intriguing modes. A few of the patterns remind me of nothing so much as practicing musical scales, which I assume is the goal, since all of Close2you's products seem to have a musical theme. And while practicing scales is not exactly an erotic memory for me, I was pleasantly surprised by how nice the scale-like vibrational modes actually feel.

I was also pleased to note how well the flexible, silicone material transferred vibration from the motor in the handle around the curve to the business end at the tip. But, as well as the vibration transferred, it was a bit disappointing for me to know that the most intense vibrations were happening a few inches above my clit, just out of reach. From the picture I was assuming that the curved design of the Opus would be able to hit both the -Gspot and the clit simultaneously, but I did not find this to be the case at all. I could hit my clit with the handle if the tip was jammed against my cervix, but that was much more uncomfortable than erotic. I was really surprised and frustrated that I couldn't figure out a way to stimulate both erogenous zones at once. On the other hand, I did enjoy the fact that the curved design meant I could get some serious G-spot thrusting going without feeling like I might develop carpel tunnel syndrome of the wrist from the awkward angle. So my G-spot, at least, was happy even if my clit was sad to be left out of the action.

Overall, I would say that the Opus is a medium powered vibrator (a three for vroom), on my personal scale where a five is the Hitachi and a one is a watch battery operated finger vibe. It's also a really quiet vibrator. It's really difficult to hear the Opus under a quilt, and I can't imagine anyone being able to hear it through a closed door.

Since the Opus is completely waterproof (I tested it in the bath), I prefer to clean it with soap and warm water, but I could easily envision scenarios where the included toy cleaning wipe could come in handy. Roommates, anyone? Kids, perhaps?

However you choose to clean it, I wouldn't recommend trying to boil it or run it through the dishwasher because of the mechanical components. And, the enclosed information suggests that you clean the toy thoroughly before switching from anal to vaginal play (always good advice). Close2you also suggests not sharing your toy with "third parties" to prevent infection. I would add that you can always use a condom if you want to share and/or anytime you are concerned about sterility.
Since I ran out of room in the review text to discuss all the accessories that come with the Opus, I am sneaking some of that into this section.

I really like that the lube sample comes in a small, resealable tube instead of one of those foil packages that leaks all over the place when you set them down. The lube itself is fine. It's water-based (so it's silicone toy compatible) and paraben-free, which is nice for people who are sensitive to those compounds. I think the lube is totally adequate for using with the Opus. I personally don't think that it remains slick long enough that I would use it for vigorous sex, but it certainly works in a pinch, and it's a nice addition to the total package.

Another nice addition to the package, is the little purple storage pouch. It
is a simple, velvety drawstring-bag that fits the Opus perfectly and is a nice way to store the vibrator if you don't want to keep it in the bulky box.

Finally, the package also comes with a purple, silicone cock ring, which looks like nothing so much as an oversized rubber band. My partner found it really difficult to get in place because it kept folding over on itself, but he enjoyed using it once it was in place and said that it made his orgasms feel more intense.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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My Opus 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?
    • Busy women
    • Relaxation/alone time
    • Sexually inexperienced/beginners
    • Teasing a partner
  • LicentiouslyYours
    Nice review. It's a shame that the shape of this toy can be both it's great feature and it's greatest downfall. It's impossible to make a toy that fits every woman perfectly without making it somehow adjustable or flexible.

    Still, I am a huge fan of this line of toys (I have the Sinfonia) and eager to try more.
  • Kynky Kytty
    Thanks for the review!
  • Heather Shadrick
    Very nice review. Greatly detailed. I'm sorry that the toy didn't work out for you.. Sad face
  • Laccaria
    Thanks for the complements everyone. I don't mean to give the impression that I thought it was a bad toy. I thought it was a nice g-spot vibrator. It just seems to hold a tantalizing promise that it could be so much more than it is.
  • Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
    Outstanding review Lover! Big smile
  • ......
    Very nice review, thanks!
  • Sammi
    This looks very interesting Smile
    Good review!
  • ~LaUr3n~
    I think Laurel said it best. Too bad this didn't work for you or the other reviews as well as it did for me. The toy is REALLY flexible, maybe with a bit more playing, it'll work for you better.
  • lamira
    I think I want this toy now!!
  • vanillaSpice
    Too bad it didn't work very well for you! Love the goodies that came with it.
  • Miss T
    Great review
  • Fuck it.
    Great review!
  • Bethy Cassatt
  • noelleish
    thanks for the review!
  • SadoMas
  • Alyona
    Thanks for the great review!
  • Rory
    Nice review! Thanks!!
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