Nosy - g-spot vibrator by Toyfriend - review by Neurogasm


G-spot vibrator by Toyfriend

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What exactly am I supposed to do here?

The Nosy is one of four Toyfriend external vibes by a company with the same name as their product line. It's made of silicone-covered plastic, takes two AAA batteries, and is ostensibly supposed to be a clitoral vibe, but I find the vibrations too weak and the design too weird to actually get much pleasure from it.
Silicone, splashproof
Vibrations don't carry well, shape is weird, sometimes hard to turn off.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review


When I first saw the Nosy, I was intrigued, but in practice, I'm not really sure what to do with it. It's too weak for me, and the shape is just weird. On top of that, it's hard to turn off sometimes, which is just annoying.

Material / Texture

The material sheet on the Nosy says it's silicone, but really it's more like silicone coated plastic. However, I say that because of the way it feels and how it's constructed, because you can't see any of the plastic unless you unscrew the toy's base. I do like the silicone coating, though, because it's much smoother than most other silicone toys I've used.
    • No odor
    • Rigid
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

I'll be honest: I have no idea what this design is supposed to do. The curve on top mostly just makes the vibrations feel weaker in the tip than they do in the shaft, and I tried inserting the tip so the shaft was on my clit, but it wouldn't bend far enough without pinching. That, and the base of the toy is rounded, so it can't stand upright without the little plastic stand it comes with (which I will probably lose). It's discreet, but only because it just looks like a weird yellow thing.

Functions / Performance / Controls

To turn the Nosy on, press the button on the base once. Pressing it again will cycle through the speeds and pulsations, and to turn it off, press the button and hold it for a few seconds. For whatever reason, the speeds start with the highest, and then to go medium and low, followed by slow, medium, and fast pulsations. The thing is, sometimes I can't get my Nosy to turn off without trying a couple of times. It's only happened twice now, but I'm sort of afraid it'll keep happening the longer I own the toy. It doesn't make that much noise, but honestly, it only takes two AAA batteries, so it's not really strong enough to make too much noise to begin with.
    • Discreet sound
    • Easy to use
    • Weak

Care and Maintenance

The Nosy is coated in silicone, so you can clean it with soap and water or toy cleaner. You shouldn't boil it, but you can wipe it with a 10% bleach solution to sterilize it. I'd recommend unscrewing the base when you clean it so you can get inside the crease between the base and the shaft.
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  • G&L
    Thanks! I'm glad I'm not the only one confused by its design.
  • deltalima
    I found this rather odd. Thanks for sharing.
  • wes
    ty great review
  • K101
    I think it's cute, but never even wishlisted it because I too find the design sort of... useless. It looks too funky and useless for insertion and I can see it not being easy to use clitorally. Looks like this was a toy made mostly for its fun look. It's cute though, but I wish it'd have been better for ya. Sorry to hear that. Thanks for sharing.
  • Cinnyree
    seems complicated and i like my women
  • ShinySuicide
    Thanks for sharing.
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  • Nacht Stern
    Thank you for the information!
  • Lioncub
    Thanks for the review
  • chicmichiw
    Hmm, something to think about. thanks!
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