Dr. Laura Berman Romeo - g-spot vibrator by Cal Exotics - review by csweatc

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This Romeo can swing both ways.... Not just for Gspots!

While the Romeo is designed for as a Gspot stimulator, it is quite able as a Pspot vibe. I found this to be a well designed vibrator that is both inexpensive and effective.
Inexpensive, decent vibration intensity, good shape for Pspot stimulation, nice narrow base.
only one color to choose from, no vibration settings beyond changes in intensity.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
I got the Romeo a while back when I was searching for an inexpensive vibrator to stimulate my Pspot. Up to that point I had enjoyed direct stimulation with curved gspot dildos and prostate massagers, but I wanted to find a vibe that could target my prostate and not be too big at the base, as many gspot vibes are. Given how narrow the Romeo is, it fit my criteria perfectly. The only thing I was worried about was the ridge part way down the shaft; upon use I found that this was not an issue, in fact, it seemed to enhance my overall pleasure

The Romeo is made of hard lavender colored plastic, and it has a hooked tip that is designed to make targeting the Gspot fairly easy. This hook also made getting at my Pspot a cinch. For only $24 (or so I supposes the price can fluctuate), the Romeo is a solid little vibe. There are no seams to contend with, and the plastic surface is smooth and devoid of any odor that I could detect. Two AAA batteries are all it needs to provide some impressive vibrations that can be felt all the way at the tip. While the Romeo doesn't provide the lush vibrations of a luxury silicone toy, what it does give you in the vibration department is more than enough to give your pspot a buzz (and I imagine Gspot if you're a woman). Sound wise, this toy is moderately noisy, and since it's hard, if you put it on a hard surface like your sink or tub (yes you can play with this in the tub), it will make a racket so be careful.

The vibrations are powerful enough to give adequate pleasure, but there is nothing special about them as far as pulses or programs. You control the intensity of the vibrations from a knob on the base, and there is a smooth transition from the weakest setting to the strongest setting. I usually found myself going to the strongest setting and enjoying the ride.

Cleaning the Romeo is a painless task. I use soap and warm water to wash off the lube of my choice (you can use any libe with this toy).
As I've said, I bought this to target my Pspot, and it really is pretty adept at doing that. I've found the Romeo good for light thrusting, and it works well to have it inserted while masturbating. For Pspot stimulation I like to lie on my back and while the toy is in my ass and then angle and push it up towards my belly (away from my back). Doing this I hit my mark avery time. You can just as easily use this toy without the vibrations, and I have done so on a number of occasions. Rarely do I ever have a full blown pspot orgasm come from vibration, because in my experience they just seem to numb my prostate eventually. I have brought myself to Pspot orgasms with the Romeo when I have had the vibrations turned off, and in these cases I would turn oh the vibes from time to time as a teaser. If you're a guy looking for something fun and inexpensive for prostate play, you should definitely consider the Romeo.
Follow-up commentary
I wish EF gave some more options as far as liking and not liking a toy, but I would have to say that only one of the available choices that actually fits is that I don't like it anymore. Everything I said about the Romeo still stands. This is a very capable and inexpensive gspot/pspot vibrator. The thing that I don't like ad that has been annoying me is the loud buzzing noise it now makes. It wasn't always this way, but over time I think things have just rattled themselves loose a little bit, and now it just makes a lot of noise. I donated this toy to my girlfriend's toy program a little while back, and she really can't use it at her place because of her room mates. Some toys, like the Hitachi Magic wand make a lot of noise, but the orgasm is well worth the embarrassment, and honestly, there is just no way to conceal that level of orgasmic moaning toward the end. The Romeo does not deliver that level of satisfaction unfortunately, so it has been sidelined for the time being.
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My Dr. Laura Berman Romeo 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?
    • Anyone
    • Masturbation
    • Solo
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bath / shower
    • Bedroom / on a bed
    • Tub/shower/pool
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot
    • P-spot
  • General
    [ ? ]
    Other tags that are useful and descriptive for this product.
    • Inexpensive
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  • ~LaUr3n~
    Yea, that light purple is this lines sig, color. I have the Juliet
  • Purpleladybug
    Thanks for the review!
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    Great review!
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    Nice review!
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    Thanks for the review! It's great to have a guy's perspective.
  • Sebmissive
    Very nice review! I'm sorry you don't enjoy it anymore.
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    Great review, thanks!
  • liilii080
    That raised lip looks like it would be uncomfortable. Thanks for the review and follow up.
  • csweatc
    The raised lip really isn't uncomfortable actually.
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