But the Slimline G Twin I’ve held until last (last of the first bunch) because I just couldn’t get into it. I tried, and tried and really tried. But it’s just not for me. Plenty of other women on the review page at the site think the world of this toy, so I’m chalking it up to anatomy. It just doesn’t fit mine. But who knows, maybe these reviews aren’t from real people?
The vibrations are pretty good, but wonky. In that it sounds like the motor is off-balance sometimes. Not often, but sometimes. The length of it all just doesn’t work. I don’t know about you, but my G-spot is up at the front – not 4″ back, like this toy is made. Nor is my clit that far down. I tried this toy in different ways, angles, but it just confused me. The toy is made of a solid material and is firm and unyielding. Which can be a big plus if you like a good amount of pressure on your G-spot, as a softer silicone toy won’t allow you to get too much pressure as it will bend with your forceful hand. The toy feels smooth though, powdery smooth. It is also waterproof!
Sure it’s inexpensive, but if I purchased it, I’d be viewing it as a waste of money. The design is just so baffling, I can’t think of any vulva that it would line up with to work as intended.