Finding your G-spot can be tricky, but once you’ve found it you’ll want to have g-spot orgasms again and again. Sometimes it can be a bit tricky to find, and with so much misinformation out there you might want a good reference book to tell you all about it. A good vibe for g-spot play is also essential. While I’ve happily found my g-spot, I’ve never read much about it. So when I got the Orchid G + Smart Girl’s Guide to the G-Spot Combo from Babeland I was pretty excited.
The Combo comes with a g-spot book and g-spot vibrator. All you need is some time to read, time to play, and 2 AA batteries to get going.
The Smart Girl’s Guide to the G-Spot is written by Violet Blue. I’d never read anything by her before, but she is an award-winning author and editor. The book is copyrighted 2007, and is soft-cover with 129 pages.
This is an easy to read, light book. Violet Blue presents the material with quite a bit of humor and is never condescending or overly technical. She’s very conversational in her writing and presents a lot of good information, tips, and tricks. At the end of four of the chapters are some good erotic short stories by Alison Tyler, all dealing with g-spot play.
The book has an introduction on becoming the master of your g-spot, and 7 chapters filled with information on the subject:
- In Get Smart, you learn what the g-spot is (and isn’t), some of the myths surrounding the g-spot, and how it got its name.
- What’s Inside A Girl has some great information on where the g-spot is and what it looks like.
- Turn It On, Turn It Up talks about how you can stimulate your g-spot, and what it feels like when you do.
- G-Spots are for Sharing suggests positions and ideas for stimulating your g-spot with a partner.
- Wet Spots: Ejaculation contains information about how to squirt, with some techniques to try.
- Faster Deeper, More! talks about g-spot stimulation using toys, as well as anal play, oral attention, S/M play, and fisting.
- Shopping and Further study recommends places to shop online, as well as useful books and videos. It also contains information on safe sex.
So, is it worth it? In a word, yes. There’s a lot of good information here, although I wish the chapter on female ejaculation would have been longer and more thorough. The short stories are a great addition as well.
The Orchid Slimline G vibrator from Topco was a complete surprise. Having an enormous number of g-spot vibrators in my toy cabinets, I was not expecting to be amazed with this one.
The Orchid comes in 3 colors. Mine came in purple, and it’s a lovely shade of lavender. This has a very simple shape. A large, egg-shaped head is attached to a long, slender neck. There is a very slight seam that runs up one side and down the other, but it can hardly be felt with your finger much less when it’s in use. The Orchid is super smooth to the touch.
The egg, which is angled for g-spot stimulation, is 2 1/4″ long and 1 1/2″ wide at its widest point. The neck between the egg and the base is 5 1/4″ long and only 3/4″ in diameter. This connects to the 1” long and 1” wide base.
The base unscrews to access the battery compartment. There’s a small roll of paper inside which indicates battery direction (positive side goes in first). The paper can be removed, but it can also be left in place. It doesn’t interfere with the Orchid’s operation and makes it just a bit quieter to use.
The Orchid is waterproof so it can be used safely in the shower or bath. It needs to have the base securely tightened, however, to achieve this. If you find that your Orchid doesn’t turn on when batteries are inserted, tightening the base more will do the trick.
The vibrations are felt mostly in the egg and not much at all down the shaft. Vibration intensity is controlled by a twist dial on the base which is not so easy to turn that you change settings by mistake. The dial makes the vibrations go from very low to seriously, amazingly high. With the power, however, comes the noise. It’s not so bad before you get this to the halfway point, but once you’ve got this on maximum speed/vibration, this is very loud. It can be heard through a closed door. Leaving the paper in the battery compartment helps somewhat, but discreet is not the Orchid’s middle name.
The Orchid is made of plastic, and it’s non-porous and phthalates-free. It can be cleaned with antibacterial soap and water or wiped down with isopropyl alcohol or your favorite toy cleaner. Water-based and silicone lubricants are safe to use.
So, is it worth it? Hell, yes! I really love this vibrator. The vibrations are intense and feel great on my g-spot. They also feel wonderful when I use this on my clitoris, and the handle makes this very easy to use. I was truly surprised by the power this one has – incredible!
This is a great combo, and I want to thank Babeland for sending this to me free to review!
This product was provided to me free of charge by Babeland in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.