How to you choose the best g-spot vibrator? There are so many g-spot vibrators on the market today. How are you supposed to choose between them? We decided to create a comprehensive g-spot vibrator review to help choose from among the various options. It’s not like you can try one on and ask for a different size like they were a pair of pants. No one wants to visit that consignment shop.
For the purposes of this blog, we will only focus on g-spot vibrators and not rabbit vibrators, which are the dual-action vibes massaging the g-spot and the clitoris at the same time. The Ultimate Rabbit Vibrator Review will be coming soon…
Which g-spot vibrator is the best on the market?
Let’s start with eliminating 90% of the g-spot vibrators right off the bat. You do not want anything made with cheap materials that are potentially hazardous, irritating, or allergenic. If your approach so far has been to walk into a Spencer Gifts (been there!) or Walgreens and find one that looks okay, you’re doing it all wrong. However, that doesn’t mean you need to spend $200 for a good g-spot vibrator!
For this review, I’m going to focus on the top 5 g-spot vibrators (in my opinion), covering several brands and styles. The list below is not in order of preference just yet, just the order in which the vibrators were reviewed:
JimmyJane FORM 6
The JimmyJane Form 6 looks kind of like a small bent bowling pin (but much smaller)! Both sides are usable internally and externally, and I find that after a nice warmup with the smaller side, the larger side is pretty wonderful. The head of the Form 6 is actually the largest in diameter of any of the toys on this list, and you will notice the difference. I also noticed that the JimmyJane Form 6 has the strongest vibration of all of them – potentially due to the larger size being able to pack more punch.
The dual motors also seem to give it significantly more consistent vibration, rather than just at one end of the toy. However, this can lead to a little bit of numb-hand after a session – a small price to pay for a powerful orgasm.
I have seen different stats about the insertable length of the Form 6, but it seems to be a little under 5 inches, and you notice the difference between it and the Lelo Mona 2.
Je Joue G-Kii
If you have never found your g-spot before, hold on and get ready for some involuntary toe-curling and leg squeezing orgasms! The G-Kii is the queen of finding and massaging your g-spot, no matter your anatomy or body type. As you can see in the picture, the key feature of the Je Joue G-Kii (a tongue twister if there ever was one) can be adjusted to several different shapes to meet your anatomy. Just try one and if you aren’t satisfied, curve some more and try again! This entry sort of breaks the rule for this review of g-spot-only vibrators, because the G-Kii can actually be fully bent in half to provide clitoral stimulation as well, though I wasn’t terribly impressed with that ability and would rather just use a clit-specific vibrator while using this at the same time.
Lelo Gigi 2
The Lelo Gigi 2 is specifically designed to reach your g-spot. It is absolutely wonderful, though as with all of Lelo’s products, it is rather expensive. The Gigi is smaller than the Mona, and the flattened head is designed to be specifically pressed against the g-spot whereas most of the other toys here have significantly more volume. If you are newer to toys or are rather on the small side, you may want to consider the Gigi 2 first because some of the others can be rather uncomfortable if you’re a newcomer.
The Lelo Gigi 2 is also slightly shorter than the other toys here at a little under 4 inches of insertable length. It’s not intended to be a thrusting-type dildo-vibe, but a g-spot specific massager, which it does a terrific job at.
As a clitoral vibrator, the Gigi is probably the second-best of the five here, next to the Lelo Mona 2.
Lelo Mona 2
The Lelo Mona 2 as described in my previous review is my favorite g-spot vibrator from Lelo. It has a larger bulb top, which after I’m warmed up after some clitoral stimulation slides gently in with a very nice filling feeling. The Mona 2’s size and shape differentiate it from the Gigi 2 significantly. Because of the shape of the head, it gives the user some room for thrusting while keeping in contact with the g-spot. Once you are really into it, the shape of the head also allows you to pull it out most of the way, giving you that nice stretching feeling toward the bottom of your vagina before you slide it back in – if you like that sort of thing.
The Mona 2 isn’t the longest of the vibrators being reviewed, though it’s respectable at about 4.3 inches of insertable length, which is plenty for me.
Je Joue Uma
Je Joue is a little less known than some of the larger brands like Lelo, but they are no newcomer, and they have done a pretty outstanding job with their products. The Uma has a pretty similar shape as the JimmyJane Form 6, though it is not quite as large and only one side is intended for use.
The Je Joue Uma also gives you a significantly larger handle to hold onto than the JimmyJane Form 6. It is less tapered than the Form 6, so it slides more comfortably.
If you are looking for a first g-spot toy, I would recommend either the Je Joue Uma or the Lelo Gigi 2.
How this G-Spot Vibrator Review was Done
I didn’t feel like previous experience with these vibrators or using them individually in separate sessions was going to do justice to the review and comparison. After all, moods, time of day, exhaustion, and a multitude of factors can impact any individual sex session. So I decided to have one session where I used all 5 vibrators in order to have as close to a “side-by-side” comparison as possible.
I loosened up with a bubble bath soak in the tub to prepare myself for the onslaught of vibrations ahead and get my head relieved from any other thoughts so my mind was solely on the wonderful task at hand. I dictated some notes to my hubby bubby who faithfully jotted them down as we went, as well as his own observations. Frankly, I think he enjoyed the show!
This approach to the g-spot vibrator review was both the most wonderful and the most frustrating idea ever. I won’t go into the details of the review experience, since those intimate details are for my hubby alone, but I will let you know that I was able to try all 5 each a few times (but just barely) in the same session before finally letting my favorite of the group take me over the edge. So which toy won???
(Note: Artistic license taken while writing this review)
Here are my top 5 in order:
- JimmyJane FORM 6
- Je Joue G-Kii
- Lelo Mona 2
- Lelo Gigi 2
- Je Joue Uma
In the end, after trying each of these side by side, the JimmyJane FORM 6 took the crown as the winner! The larger size, rumbly and high intensity was just a level above the rest of the group, though each toy is incredibly enjoyable. It is the most expensive g-spot vibrator in the group, but not by much from the Amazon links below. You really can’t go wrong when buying any of these top of the line toys, but you can definitely go wrong by purchasing a cheaper toy. And when you end up using it about 500 times, you’ll realize it was worth it to spring for the higher quality.
Here are some links to where to purchase each of these on Amazon, which I would highly recommend versus buying from the manufacturers since Amazon has lower prices and faster, free shipping.
So what do you think of our g-spot vibrator review? Please let us know in the comments below!
Edit: also check out our review of our top 5 clitoral vibrators!
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