This is a post by one of my Spring 2013 interns, Rebecca. Find more posts from her and other current and former interns under the Intern Corner section. – Shanna
G-Whizz is a lovely, adorable, and petite g-spot vibrator made by Lovehoney. The vibrator is made to both stimulate the clitoris and the g-spot. I have to say, this vibrator is a straightforward creation that covers all your basics.
One upside of the G-Whizz is that the vibrator takes one, yes you heard me, one AA battery! Every other vibrator I own takes two AAA batteries that always seem to hide themselves in the nooks of my apartment. This battery upgrade is an excellent example of little things making big differences. Another upside is that the vibration options cover all of your bases. The vibrator has 7 different pulsating patterns and 3 different vibration speeds resulting in 10 total options. Soft, strong, fast, and slow, with some really nice pulsation patterns. During my first usage, I was skeptical of some of the settings, but as I continued to use the vibrator, they grew on me – you know, different moods, different desires. I was particularly impressed with the slower, softer settings. As for strength, I found the vibrator to deliver. I personally enjoy a vibrator with a little oomph behind it and although my mind was not blown away by the strength (and I’m not sure I would want to be), I was quite happy with the power this tiny vibrator has.
This vibrator operates with a single button that serves as both the power button and the settings switch. A downside to this vibrator is that once you turn it on you have to cycle through all the settings to get to the one you would like to use. Although this is common in the world of vibrators, this is a personal annoyance I have. Thankfully though, to turn off the vibrator you do not have to flip through all the settings. Instead you just hold down the button and it switches right off. Praise the wise women of the world, because when I’m finished, I’m finished.
While using the vibrator I was particularly impressed with the material. The vibrator is silky smooth to the touch. As for volume – you know, the important question of whether the other people that also live in your house will hear this lovely, adorable, and petite toy vibrating when you may not want them to – I will say it is about average. I wouldn’t call the vibrator either noisy or quiet. When the vibrator is set to one of the softer settings, it is mighty hushed, but as the intensity of the vibration increases so does the noise (how logical). If noise is particularly important to you, I wouldn’t consider this vibrator the quietest of them all. Either way, if your doors have a standard thickness, I’ll think you’ll be okay.
The shaft of the vibrator is quite stiff, however, the head of the vibrator has some flexibility. Overall, the toy is firm enough to keep its shape, but it does bend slightly when you put pressure on it. This flexibility is nice because it allows the vibrator take shape with your body. However, this flexibility inhibits the ability to apply firm pressure on your g-spot. When I tried to apply the pressure I enjoy, I found the head of the vibrator giving way. I ended up using the vibrator mostly for clitoral stimulation and it rocked my world in that department. Also important to note, I found that I didn’t need very much lubrication for this toy. The first time I used it I didn’t use any extra lubrication and found I didn’t need it. The times following I applied a water based lube (silicone lube on silicone toy equals one strangely warped and melted toy…really) and I found that really enhanced the silkiness of the toy.
Overall, I would consider this to be a nice toy that does what it claims to do. It covers all of your basics and is reasonably priced (19.99 euros, which is about 26 U.S. dollars). It’s darn attractive, always a plus. It is also small, which is fabulous for when you want to tuck that baby away. However, if you have a particularly high g-spot the length of this vibrator may not work for you. The G-Whizz has some enjoyable soft settings, but also packs a punch. I personally found the vibrator to be great for clitoral stimulation, and I assume it is great for g-spot stimulation if you don’t mind the flexibility of the head.
This vibrator is a nice introductory vibrator for someone newly exploring their g-spot. I believe it would also be a nice vibrator for a more experienced individual who just wants a simple, straightforward toy that does the trick.
Thanks Lovehoney for sending this toy to me for review. You can bet your great Uncle Ron’s homemade donuts that I’m enjoying it.