Decadence G-spot - g-spot vibrator by Doc Johnson - review by Kayla

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Small but Good for Partner Play

The Decadence g-spot vibrator is a small and compact toy that works well for those who have a partner to use it with. For solo use, it can be a bit too small and require some awkward positioning, but if you really want to (or are really flexible!), it is definitely do-able.
Comes with a storage case, Soft, velvet-like plastic, Easy to use, Perfect turn-dial, Cute design
Vibrations are a bit weak, A bit small in size for solo g-spot pleasure
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
The Decadence G-spot vibrator is a small g-spot vibrator made of plastic by Doc Johnson. It comes in pink and blue, and it features a turn-dial control. It's a really small vibrator at about 4 and a half inches long, and it's made from the velvet-cote plastic that makes it really silky smooth.

The packaging for this vibrator is pretty basic. It comes in a plastic box much like other Doc Johnson toys. In this box, the toy pulls out in a plastic tray, and the neat thing about this vibrator is that it actually comes with its own storage case! It's really neat. It's a plastic, blue storage case that easily fits the vibrator. The storage case is slightly larger than the toy, but it's not too large comparatively. The case will not keep the toy in it if held upside down, but it does do a good job of making a little storage unit for the toy.

The Decadence is much smaller than you would imagine. It looks relatively large in the pictures on EF, but make sure you use the real-size widget. It's about the size of your finger! Yes, it is small. It's very discreet and easily portable, but again, it is a tiny vibrator, so don't expect it to be a large, full-size one like a Lucid Dreams vibrator. It really is pretty tiny, and it's about the size of a finger or the thickness of a large pen.

The Decadence takes one AA battery. It's pretty easy to insert. You just unscrew the base of the toy and slip the one AA battery in. From there, the cap can be screwed back on, and you can use the turn-dial to use the toy. The battery slides back out really easily as well. I've used it a couple times, and the battery shows no signs of dying yet, so the toy seems to do well on lasting a long time on one battery use.

To control the vibrator, you just turn the turn-dial at the base of the toy. I must admit that this turn-dial is possibly the most-perfect turn-dial I've ever used. The turn itself will turn, but it doesn't turn as easily as you'd think it should. It is, however, still extremely easy to turn, and you'll have no issue turning the vibrator on or off. Along with that, despite the smooth, plastic body of the toy, the base of the turn-dial actually has plastic ridges that make it very easy to grip even when your hands are lubricated. It turns perfectly, and it doesn't get knocked/turned accidentally during use. It works wonderfully well.

The vibrations are on the lower end of moderate in intensity. They aren't as strong as they could be, but for external use around the body, they could work well. The vibrations also could work well if you don't enjoy too-strong vibrations on your g-spot either. The vibrations center along the curve near the tip, but they transfer well into the tip of the vibrator as well. For clitoral use, they may not be strong enough for orgasm for some women, but again, if you prefer the vibrations to be on the gentler side, this could work well for you. The vibrations tend to sound louder than they actually are, but they probably could not be heard outside of a closed door. They could be heard in the same room on the higher settings, but on the lower settings, it'd be harder to hear them.

During use, you'll probably want to stick to using this as an external vibrator unless you have a partner. The vibrator is just so small! It works out well if you want a discreet and easy-to-use external vibrator, but, at least for me, the small size made it nearly impossible for g-spot stimulation when used solo. After all, the toy is only about as long as my finger, so it's not too much of a length improvement over when you try to use your own hands. It can take some awkward positioning to be able to use this anywhere near the g-spot. However, if you have a partner, they can use it much easier since they don't have the "angle" issue.
Cleaning this toy is easy as it is waterproof. You just have to make sure it is sealed all the way and use warm water and antibacterial soap to clean the surface of the toy. It's small enough to easily put it into a condom for sterilized use, and it can be used with all types of lubricant. For storage, I highly recommend keeping it in its included case, but if you don't want to, the plastic will not pick up lint or fuzz, so it doesn't matter too much.

Overall, the Decandence g-spot vibrator is a good choice if you have a partner for the g-spot pleasure, enjoy moderate vibrations, and have intentions of using it as a solo vibrator when alone. It's a cute, pleasurable, and well-designed little vibrator, but it just is slightly too small to use it on your own for g-spot pleasure.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • js250
    Great review!! I'm liking this one.
  • ToyGurl
    I love that it has a storage case! Not many vibes come with them these days.
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    good review, thanks
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