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Wildfire Slimline G Vibrator: A review

January 6, 2010

Name: Wildfire Slimline G Vibrator
Price Range: Under $20

This toy came from Amazon.com and Im like, who knew they sold toys?!?! And for the cheap! But thats not the point.

When it arrived in the mail, I was unimpressed, I was expecting something shorter, softer and well, prettier.

HOWEVER.

This vibe blew my mind.

First let me start with the bad points.

-Its HARD. Very hard plastic so you have to be careful not to turn it up too high or you will NOT be comfortable.
-Its LOUD. Sounded like a car engine, but that is more to do with the vibe mechanism being so strong it rattles the batteries
-Sucks the juice out of the batteries. You will feel the difference if there are not fresh batteries in the toy.

On to the GREAT POINTS!

-It has a handle. If you (or your partner) want to use it for clitoral stimulation, the vibe is just long enough with a rounded end to fit into the nooks. If you want to insert it (Its advertised as a g-spot finder) I found it to be a bit uncomfortable, just because it was hard plastic.
-The vibe is POWERFUL. When I needed a little more juice, it gave it to me. Clitoral orgasms in about five minutes. Good for a quick nut.
-Cleanup is easy. Batteries come out completely and the plastic makes it easier to clean, very smooth no nooks and crannies to leave anything behind.
-Doubles as a real massager. Sore backs DELIGHT!

Be careful with this one, use plenty of lube for the most pleasure, if you lube right, even though it is very hard plastic it will glide and do what it needs to do.

So, out of ten, I would give it a strong seven. And for the $12 I paid for it, it was WELL worth it.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. *Anonymous* permalink
    January 28, 2010 6:42 pm

    Have you found any “non hard plastic like” and affordable options on the market that you can share?

  2. January 28, 2010 11:06 pm

    Hey thanks for commenting…Check my latest blog post!

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