Royal jubilee - g-spot vibrator by Cal Exotics - review by Angel in the Outfield

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Royal jubilee sex toy review

The Royal Jubilee looks promising with its fun shape and color and water proof capabilities. However, its vibration is not strong enough and disappoints in the g-spot department, which is what it was apparently designed to do.
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Pros:
Fun color and texture, good vibration for outside, waterproof, price, quiet
Cons:
Not strong enough inside, shape looks promising but actually feels odd, peeling material
Rating by reviewer:
2
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I chose the Royal Jubilee|Royal jubilee - G-spot vibrator to review because of its fun color and shape and also because it was listed as a g-spot vibe|G-spot vibrators. When I opened the package, I was pleased with the size and the feel of the silicone based material. In addition to small, smooth little bumps, there is also a small smiley face on the front head area of the vibe. I couldn’t help but smile back at it, thinking that this was sure to be a good time.

I started out by playing with the vibration settings. The intensity is adjusted by turning a knob on the bottom, and though it doesn’t have any markings, it has roughly four different levels. At even its highest setting, it was fairly quiet. Quiet enough, in fact, that I didn’t really have any concern that any of my three roommates would hear it; a major plus.

Toying with the vibration settings, I started first by rubbing it on and around my clit to get myself going. The smooth texture felt great, and the vibration was less intense than vibrators designed just for clit stimulation|Clitoral vibrators and clit stimulation toys, making it just right. It was when I inserted my smiling new friend that I began to be disappointed.

Though strong enough for me on the outside, even at the highest setting, the vibration just wasn’t doing it for me here. It was especially weak at the end, which was supposed to be massaging my g-spot|G-Spot Stimulation - G-Spot 101 Guide into orgasmic bliss. But sadly, not so much.

Also, the shape turned out to not be as fun as I’d thought. The Royal Jubilee has a wavy kind of a shape that is thicker and more bulbous at the end than the shaft, which made thrusting it in and out pretty uncomfortable. Normally, this wouldn’t be a big deal, but if the vibration isn’t all that strong, I need to be able to hit the right spots with some varied speed and pressure. After several tries throughout the week, I have to say the Royal Jubilee was not what I expected it to be.

I must also mention something about the material. After a few uses, I noticed a thin film peeling off of it like skin peeling after a sunburn. Now, I will say that I did not use a condom with this toy, but I choose silicone toys specifically so I don't have to. If you do decide to purchase this toy, I’d have to suggest using a condom with it to protect it from lube and friction, which seems to have caused this problem.

Needless to say, I’ll keep this toy around for occasional clit only action. Plus it’s waterproof, so that’s worth something. If that’s all you need to make you happy, this vibrator is a good deal for the price. However, if you’re expecting the fun and fulfilling g-spot experience that I was, I suggest looking elsewhere.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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Comments
  • Nashville
    What a shame.. it had such a fun shape too.
  • Stinkytofu10
    Thank you for sharing
  • Missmarc
    Thank you for the review
  • damnbul12
    Thank you for the review.
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