Jopen has some fun looking products. I’ve got quite a few of their Vanity line, including the VR line, including several of the rabbits and the VR9, but I hadn’t had an opportunity to try their other toys. I was excited to receive recently the Key Comet II, a G-spot vibrator, from Jopen for free in exchange for this review.
The Key Comet II from Jopen comes in blue, lavender, and pink. I received mine in blue, which is a lovely, vibrant peacock blue color. It arrived in a black box with the toy pictured on the front in its color, and information on the back. The bottom half of the box is covered by a slip-cover which, when removed, gives access to the rest of the box. It has a lift-open lid, and inside are the Comet II, a USB charging cord, a storage bag, and a small instruction sheet with how to operate the toy.
The curve is pronounced, and allows the Comet II to be easily used for G-Spot stimulation. The shaft is insertable to about 5 ¼”, and it’s a smooth, slick silicone that has no drag to the surface. The head is about 1 ½” in diameter, and is the widest part of the toy.
Using water-based or silicone-based lube is a must to insert the Comet II, although you won’t need a lot to make it slick. The degree of the shaft’s curve makes it easy to insert once it’s been lubricated, and the head hits nicely on the G-Spot. The handle is easy to grip and maneuver the shaft and head into the position that’s most enjoyable for you.
The Comet II is rechargeable, and charges via USB connector. The back of the shaft has two magnetic contacts, and the USB cable attaches easily and securely. It takes just 4 hours to fully charge, and then the Comet II will run for 2-3 hours before needing to be charged again. It should not be charged for more than 24 hours.
This is easy to operate. On the handle at the bottom, one side has a large, flat, silver button (made of stainless-steel alloy) labeled “Key”. This is the only control button. Pressing and holding this button for 3 seconds turns the Comet II on or off. Pressing the button after the Comet II is turned on will cycle through the 7 vibration and patterned settings. The motor is located in the head, so the vibrations are concentrated where they need to be. They do travel down the shaft and into the handle but are nowhere near as strong. The vibrations are rumbly and intense, and they are also very quiet. Even if you’re using the Comet II’s head for some clitoral stimulation, you won’t need more than quiet background noise to cover the sound.
The Comet II is waterproof, so it’s great to use in the shower or tub. This also makes it easy to clean. It should be washed before and after use with an antibacterial soap and warm water, then thoroughly dried before storing or charging. A black lint-free bag is included for storage, or you can store the Comet II in the box it comes in.
So, Did It Work? I love the Comet II! It’s got a wonderful curve to it, and it’s easy to hold and manipulate against my G-Spot. The motor is located in the head, so the vibrations are strongest where I need them, and they are wonderfully strong. I also like the size and firmness of the head, as it also works well if I use the Comet II for clit stimulation. The silicone on this toy is super slick, so it just takes a bit of lube to ready it for use. The button isn’t easy to press accidentally (which is one of the worst things ever), so you won’t find yourself switching patterns by mistake.
Thank you to Jopen for sending me the Key Comet II for free to review! If you’re looking for a strong G-Spot vibrator that will make you see stars, the Key Comet II is a great choice. You can pick up this, and other Jopen toys, at SheVibe by clicking the widget below. And don’t forget to check out Jopen on Facebook and Twitter!
This product was provided to me for free in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.