Jan 312016
 

Looking for the most powerful G-spot vibrator? I list out 5 powerful g-spot vibrator that will rock your world. Some people, like me, need a seriously powerful G-spot vibrator. A little over 4 years ago a comment came in on a review for the Jopen Vanity VR6 – at the time the vibrator with the most powerful, most rumbly internal vibrations I’d ever felt – to ask if I still felt the same way about it after 8 months. At the time, I did. Over the years I would go back and update the post but the last update was in 2013 and my, how times have changed.

I no longer have to resort to finagling an ill-fitting rabbit vibrator just to experience internal vibrations that will rock the socks off not only my G-spot, but my internal clitoris. I have CHOICES! But I’m not just looking for a powerful G-spot vibrator – I’m looking for a seriously *rumbly* powerful G-spot vibrator. The rumbles make it powerful. I happen to be a rumble aficionado, doncha know. My genitals are a divining rod for rumble. Many a copywriter – and even a few reviewers – have tried to tell me “This is rumbly” but nay nay, I detected buzz. I have scoffed at vibrator claims of being the most powerful and “seriously rumbly“.  For a vibrator to be on this list, it must be devoid of buzz. I must be able to say “Hey, if Barry White’s voice were a vibrator, this might be it”.  Please note that this list is only for G-spot vibrators. I may end up doing a post on the top 10 most rumbly vibrators, period, if that’s of interest.

1.  We-Vibe Rave – The new Rave is currently the most powerful G-spot vibrator I own. It overpowers my beloved L’amourose Prism V and Rosa Rouge. It has a unique, asymmetrical shape to it that allows for a twisting motion to ping the g-spot, rather than just thrusting. It’s a very unique sensation, but less unique to those who have already been a fan of Laid dildos. Due to the shorter stature overall, and my laziness, the shape of the Rave doesn’t win out for me over the shape of the Prism V but I cannot deny that the Rave is indeed a damn powerful G-spot vibrator. It’s excellent for external use, too, as are all of these.

2. L’amourose Prism V – The Prism V gets second place which is technically a tie because the Rave is a bit more powerful; however the shape of the Prism V absolutely enchants my G-spot. It allows me to do minimal work for maximum pressure. It challenges my dildo preferences (which I usually prefer in the 1.75″ wide range) by being fairly slender, but the rigidity and curve remind me of my utterly beloved Pure Wand – it’s probably the closest thing to Pure Wand + Awesome Vibration as I’ll ever get.  The Prism VII works well too, but it’s billed as a dual-stim vibe and for me it fails as that. It could be the answer for a powerful prostate vibrator, though.

3. L’amourose Rosa / Rosa Rouge – Rosa Rouge was my first L’amourose love, and continues to be but I like it for external use where I can feel the heat the most. I really think L’amourose underestimates how much more effective the heat is on the vulva and clitoris vs internal. The Rosa / Rosa Rouge is a little more quiet than the Prism V but just as powerful. You’d prefer the Rosa if you are NOT a fan of firm pressure and want a vibrator with a little give to it. Naturally the Denia is the dual-stim equivalent, and also holds a strong place in my heart. Despite the fact that I use the Rosa Rouga externally more often than internally, I still feel that the Rosa is a fabulous g-spot vibe. It was the first vibrator in a very long time that got me excited about internal vibrations. Thrusters will love the not-overly subtle ridge at the bottom of the head, and the thinner body will appeal to those who want some girth at their g-spot but not their vaginal entrance. I’ve read glowing reviews about the Rosa as a prostate vibrator; it has downfalls for that aspect, which I can explain if you want to hear about it.

4. Fun Factory G5 – You’ll notice I didn’t list a particular model. I have the Patchy Paul but really I think any of the G5’s fit the bill as a powerful G-spot vibrator. The thick silicone does dampen vibration a little (which was why I didn’t love the G4 line, it didn’t feel impressive enough to me) but it is an option for those who don’t like solid, rigid g-spot vibrators with a hefty curve or for those who need girth (which the G5 Big Boss can deliver) for their g-spot instead of a curved head. The ribs on the Patchy Paul and ridges on the Tiger combined with Fun Factory’s draggy silicone can provide the tug and “tap” on the g-spot that many prefer over pressure. One caveat: Even if you’re not someone who normally needs lube, you’ll probably need lube with FF’s silicone. It’s very draggy/textured compared to Lelo/L’amourose/We-Vibe/Je Joue. Also: The Tiger has a bit of a flare to make it anal-safe, so this is potentially a prostate option. Pick up something awesome here.

5. Evolved Novelties Roulette LineIt’s been a long time since I reviewed one of these and now I own two. The Evolved Roulette line is a battery-powered silicone powerhouse vibrator. Rumbly and deep, it packs a serious (albeit kinda noisy) punch. The single wheel makes one-handed use a snap, and the silicone, while firm, still has bend and give to it. For those who can’t afford a rechargeable vibrator yet, this would be a great place to start. It’s powered by 2 AA batteries and to get the most bang I’d suggest using those extra-powerful batteries meant for electronics. They do seem to have a bit of an edge over standard Duracells but admittedly this can become a pricey habit. 

Because I can’t leave well enough alone, I have to sneak a bonus recommendation in here. It doesn’t really fit the bill and I think that the others will be gentler on your wallet but hey, it is a versatile suggestion.  This option is something I mentioned in an update to the original post and while it’s a less satisfactory option due to price, it’s still something to consider: The Lelo Smart Wand Large coupled with a topper like the Vixen Gee Whizzard. The Gee Whizzard (or Whiz) is a more pliable silicone and won’t provide pressure but the deep, rumbling vibrations from the Smart Wand Large turn the Gee Whiz into a seriously powerful G-spot vibrator and you get multiple toys in one! The Smart Wand Large is significantly more rumbly than any other wand on the market right now and as such the vibrations from it travel through dildo-wand-toppers so much better than the Magic Wand for which they were made. Unfortunately it comes with Lelo’s spotty customer service and a recent Lelo price hike which has turned this combo into something seriously pricey.

Those of you who love the Lelo Mona 2 might be side-eyeing me really hard right now for not putting it on the list. I feel like the vibrations on it dampen quite a bit for g-spot use and I simply enjoy the vibrations of the Rave and L’amourose considerably more than the Mona. If you feel I’ve made a terrible error in leaving out one of your favorites, let me know and I’ll debate it with you, haha. Or try it for myself.

  • Sarah

    Okay, given what everyone is saying about the Prisms, I really can’t wait for my package to arrive! The We-Vibe Rave is incredibly powerful, but it hasn’t yet been in my vagina, so I’m reserving judgment on the shape. And even as a Mona 2 mega-fan, I have to agree with you – there are much more powerful G-spot vibrators out there.

  • Lunabelle

    I agree with you on all of these, but you left off one of my favorites: the Swan Wand. When the dual motors resonate, that things rocks my G-spot in a big way. And the big end is freaking huge for a vibe, girth like that is rare and precious.

  • The shape of the prism looks awesome – I like a long handle for leverage. Great suggestions, and I like Lunabelle’s idea too!

  • oh i think i need to try the rave now. I guess I assumed it would just be cheap!

  • Alright so how does the Swan Wand compare to these? It’s been on my wishlist forever, and I’d hoped BMS would send it but after I gave a negative review on the PalmPower they’ve suddenly stopped responding to my emails ;) haha

  • Lunabelle

    I need to do a Pepsi Challenge with Rave/Rosa/Prism/Swan Wand to give a thorough analysis, but power-wise it’s in the same class. The dual motor resonance (and the big fat end) make it unique. The irritating thing about it is button placement…mid-shaft where the buttons can be swallowed by my vagina. Fortunately, I usually don’t want to change settings…I get it to the resonating sweet spot and go.

    Also – I hate the Palm Power too.

  • Talia

    No argument in favour of the Mona 2 from me – I think it’s in a completely different league from the L’Amourose Denia (the only one I have, though now that I know how awesome it is I’ll keep my eyes open for deals on the others).

    And having just received a beautiful dark red Tantus Sport and a silver metallic Echo I wanted to thank you for your 2013 article on the Tantus grab bag – without your post I might never have noticed it.

  • Tzipora

    So clitorally, how does Rave compare to Tango? I’m so mega intrigued now. And when are you reviewing it? Does it pulsate? My G spot needs something a bit different to the power my clit needs or I sorta tune it out but I find even not so strong pulsations rock my G spot and vagina in the most delicious ways (gosh sometimes I can feel that lingering tingly pulsation even an hour or two after I’ve finished and put the toy away, greatest thing ever!). In fact I suspect I’d love lots of rumble there since pulsations kinda mimic a rumble type feeling anyhow.

    But I’m rambling, Rave vs Tango, how is the power and rumble comparison?

  • Tzipora

    Darn it you know I’m waiting for your Swan Wand review too. Lol. I need to just jump in and buy one. LunaBelle has to be the fourth or fifth reviewer now saying its so amazing. My birthday is next month… I’m gonna make it mine. But now you’ve got me so intrigued on the Rave too.

  • molly weinberg

    Definitely interested in a rumbliest vibrators post!

  • I would say they’re still pretty intense for both the Prism and the Rave on the low settings

  • Bethani

    Me too!

  • Angel

    Late, but I heavily relied on this post when shopping recently. Thanks for compiling it! (Went with the Rave, no regrets. Would love to try the Prism V though.) I am so here if you ever do that post on best rumbly vibes.