Dial-a-dream # 94 - g-spot vibrator by Doc Johnson - review by Apirka

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Sweet (Dial-a-) Dreams

With its uniquely shaped head, the Dial-a-Dream #94 is a neat little addition to your toy collection. But with its less than impressive curve, this G-spot toy doesn't quite come close without some work.
Interesting shape, smooth, easy to clean
Not "virtually silent", flexible neck
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


Doc Johnson's Dial-a-Dream #94 is a G-spot vibrator with a unique dual-sided head. Looking like a lopsided heart, you can use either side to stimulate your internal love button. Because the vibrations can be felt through the entire shaft from top to bottom, you can use the tip to stimulate your clitoris. Though, if you have a clit of steel, this moderately powered vibe might not be enough externally.

I would advise that only those more experienced with anal play use it in such a fashion because there is no flared base.
  • 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?
    • Couples
    • Everyone
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
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    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • All over body
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Material / Texture

The Dial-a-Dream #94 has no texture along its shaft except for a very slightly raised Doc Johnson label at the base, which is right above the plastic cap. There is a visible seam running up and down the silicone, but it can only be felt lightly with your hand. I cannot feel it at all when the toy is inserted. There is a bit of drag to this toy, so lubrication might be needed. Plus, the material is a bit of a lint and hair magnet.

The package states that this toy is made from silicone, and the product page clarifies that this is TPR silicone (a silicone based rubber compound). TPR silicone rates a 6 on Eden's material safety scale. Thus, a water based lubricant should be used with this toy.

There's a slight normal silicone toy smell if you hold it up to your nose but nothing overwhelming, and there's no taste.
    • Flexible
    • Light odor

Design / Shape / Size

The shape of the #94 starts out very much like your average traditional vibrator until you get to the lopsided heart shaped top, which in my opinion is rather neat. The size is not intimidating for first time users, but it isn't underwhelming for more experienced folk.

You can store the toy in the packaging it came in, but I find doing this rather bothersome and prefer slipping this into a pouch instead. This is also easy to travel with. Just be sure to remove the batteries first.

The specs for this toy are:
Length: 8"
Insertable Length: 6"
Circumference: 4 1/2"
Diameter: 1 1/2"
    • Beginner
    • Partner play
    • Whimsical / artistic

Functions / Performance / Controls

The vibrations travel through the length of the toy, as does the sound, though the tip has a more pronounced and higher pitched buzzy sound than the base. The package states that it's "Now Virtually Silent", but I have to disagree. It can be heard clearly in the same room, even under a blanket. I couldn't hear it from behind a closed door though.

The box also states that this toy is waterproof. On the back of the package, there's a sticker placed next to the waterproof mark stating "MUST CLOSE CAP TIGHTLY". After inserting the batteries, I closed the cap tightly, and the vibrator would not turn on. Loosening the cap slightly, it finally turned on. It seems that tightening the cap all the way prevented the batteries from connecting to the plates in the cap. I did not use this toy in or near water because I couldn't tighten it all the way and have the toy actually work.

The Dial-a-Dream #94 takes two AAA batteries (which are not included), and inserting them is a little hit or miss. Upon unscrewing the cap, there are no markings telling you which direction to insert the batteries. Your best bet is to slip them in, screw on the cap, and try to turn the toy on.

I did find the control dial easy to turn while using the toy, but I needed no lube to insert this toy so my fingers where dry. Keeping a small towel nearby would be helpful if you find turning the dial difficult with lubed up or wet fingers.

The #94 is a steady vibration toy with no patterns. Turning the dial turns the toy on and increases the power, and turning it back decreases the power and shuts it off. I honestly couldn't really tell the difference between Low or High. There was only a slight power increase in the buzzy vibrations and a most definite increase in noise.
    • Easy to use
    • Moderate power
    • Not very discreet

Care and Maintenance

Cleaning the #94 is simple. Remove the batteries, tightly close the cap, and use warm water and soap or toy cleaner to clean the toy. Because this is an electronic toy, you cannot boil this or place it in the dishwasher. It is also recommended that you clean TPR Silicone before and after each use. Of course, only use water based lubricants.

This toy doesn't come with a storage pouch. You can store this in its original packaging, but it is clear and not very discreet. I store mine in a pouch because I found the plastic packaging difficult to get into quickly during 'the heat of the moment'.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


The packaging is not discreet as it is a clear, plastic box that you can see through. Inside the box is a clear tray that the toy sits in. I actually quite dislike the Dial-a-Dream #94's packaging simply because the tray is difficult to remove, and the box lid will not shut completely. I found it best just to discard the packaging and store the toy inside a pouch instead.

Even though the packaging is clear, it is pretty and would make a nice gift. "Dial a Dream" is on the front. Also on the front are the words "Waterproof", "Now Virtually Silent", "Silicone", "All New Dial Control", and "DocJohnson.com". All of these words are surrounded by swirls, curlie cues, and other designs. On the back, it says "Hygienically safe silicone vibrator. Waterproof and multispeed easy grip dial controller." in English and four other languages. Stated again is "Waterproof", "Multispeed", and that this toy requires 2 AAA batteries (not included).

There were no instructions on the box nor an instruction sheet inside. There is a 90 day Limited Warranty paper that you can fill out and mail in. On a small section that can be ripped off this paper is a brief explanation of their warranty. The opposite side of that states that you shouldn't leave batteries in the toy. There is also a warning stating that if the toy fails to operate, check the position of the batteries.
    • Not discreet
    • Would make a nice gift


This was my first G-spot toy, and the unique shape immediately appealed to me. The Dial-a-Dream #94 does have sufficient power for me to actually feel this on my clit, but I personally prefer something with a bit more strength. Otherwise, I can't climax. Internally, I enjoyed this a bit more after I had used a clit vibe to orgasm first. To get this to hit my G-spot, I had to push the handle down to angle the bumps upwards more. I think I would have enjoyed this better if the head had more curve and a bit more firmness.

There is also enough power for me to feel the vibrations reverberating out toward my anus and labia (which wasn't an all too uncomfortable sensation), though this still wasn't strong enough for me externally.

I didn't attempt to use this anally because I'm not too experienced in that area, and the size of the head was a bit more than I could possibly take. As I said in a section above, I didn't test this in or near water because it wouldn't operate when I closed the cap tightly. Plus, my living situation doesn't afford me much privacy in the bathroom or tub/shower.

All in all, I don't hate this toy, yet I don't absolutely love it. It's fun to play around with and to look at, but it takes some bending and contorting to get the job done. This toy would be great if it was more dramatically curved and had a firmer neck.
Follow-up commentary
I've owned this toy for probably two years now and honestly, it doesn't get much use. I don't hate it but I don't love it. As I said above, this thing would be freakin' great if the neck was firmer and curved more. But as it is, it's cool to look at and play around with when I feel up to it.
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  • EdenJP
    Thanks for the review!
  • voenne
    Thanks for the review. I would have liked it with more power and curve, too. Otherwise, sounds like a decent toy.
  • zwee75
    I had a similar experience with one of Doc Johnson's attempt at a "heart" vibrator. This one seems a little better, though! It's a shame there isn't more power to it. Guess that's to be expected from 2 AAA's! Excellent review!
  • Lisa72
  • Kaltir
    Thanks for the review
  • Harpina is gone
    This is a really neat looking toy!
  • spineyogurt
    Thanks for the review!
  • Rory
  • lzee
    Thank you!
  • faust
    nice review
  • TigerLily9
    thanks bunches for the review!
  • Peres2013
    Good review!
    Thank you for the review!
  • Buh-bye
    Thanks for the great review!
  • Dawnwill
    Nice review
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