What is it and what’s it supposed to do?
The Pop Tops Deluxe Silicone G-Spotter is an attachment for the Magic Wand Original from Pleasure Works. The basic premise of the G-Spotter is that you snap it onto the end of your Magic Wand and get the powerful vibrations of the wand internally on the G-Spot or prostate.
The G-Spotter Attachment is 100% silicone, non-porous, and body-safe. It’s a medium on my squish-firm spectrum, and while it has some give, it’s still pretty firm. It has a pronounced curve, a flat tip, and a nub that can simultaneously stimulate the clitoris. I found that it does reach both my G-Spot and my clit. It fits onto to the Magic Wand with relative ease, though it does require some minor wrangling.
Insertable Length: 5″
Insertable Diameter: 1 3/8″
Cost: Lower Price Point of $40, the Magic Wand Original is $54, or you can get the Magic Wand, the attachment, and an 8 oz bottle of Please Cream Lube (which I enjoy—paraben and glycerin free, water based—though it contains a wee bit of silicone it is safe to use with this attachment, with a creamy consistency, slick, works well with the G-Spotter) for $89 in the Pop Your Top Deluxe Kit
Lube Usage: Definitely not a lube hog, on average, required one lube job per orgasm
Cleaning and care: It does attract lint like crazy, so be sure to clean before and after each use. Because this toy is silicone, it can be sterilized by boiling it, washing it 10% bleach solution, or rubbing it down with a gentle anti-bac cleaner. This is great if you’d like to share the toy with a partner or between multiple partners.
Does it do what it’s supposed to?
I am unabashed in my love for the powerful animal that is the Sex Toy Formerly Known as the Hitachi, and I was thrilled at the prospect of adding some versatility and range with the G-Spotter Attachment. Despite all my enthusiasm, I can’t say that I wasn’t a bit nerved about having it’s mighty vibrations inside me. But, my nerves were also fueled by adrenaline, as there is something bad-ass to me about fucking myself with the Hitachi.
Although, it kind of goes without saying, I do feel the need to say this: It is not for the faint of heart, in terms of it’s intensity. The silicone transfers the vibrations of the Wand extremely well, meaning: yeah it’s some super strength vibes in your cunt or butt. Otherwise, it’s rather sweet and innocent: it’s glossy and squishy. I had no fusses with initial or later, cold (meaning no real warm up), and it finds my G-Spot with little work on my part. The G-Spotter attachment is more flexible than the other G-Spot toys I have (which are made of glass, silicone covered hard plastic, or stainless steel) and I found the added flexibility pretty delightful. It’s easy to press toward my butt to really deliver to my G-Spot, because the Magic Wand’s large head and added weight.
Overall, yes, the G-Spotter does what it’s meant to do. It delivers the crazy powerful vibes directly to my G-Spot, and while at first it was overwhelming, I found myself feeling kind of awesome. Clenching around it hard kept my experience of it from feeling a bit unruly or out of control.
It also does wonders as a more precise or pin-point clitoral and external stimulator. While one of the reasons I love my Magic Wand is that it covers a broad surface area over more of my vulva, shaft, and mons, I have found myself wishing from time to time that it were smaller or able to deliver more well-defined stimulation. Pop Tops Deluxe G-Spotter Attachment excels as in the arena of external stimulation. While the G-Spotter transfers the vibrations well, they are a bit more diffuse than normal, this means that the numbing that sometimes occurs with prolonged Magic Wand use takes longer to set in and I can use the Wand and the attached dildo a bit longer than usual, which makes me a very happy camper.
The package says that the Pop Tops Deluxe G-Spotter Attachment fits onto most wand style vibrators, and as I just scooped up a Body Wand for myself, I decided to see how that might go as well. Attachments for the Hitachi also fit the Body Wand, and it was easy to get on. The Hitachi has two settings, while the Body Wand has a little wheel for various speeds. Using the G-Spotter on the lower settings was less overwhelming and it was easy to come, using my Magic Wand externally. Now, I know everyone can’t have or doesn’t want multiple wands in their life, like I do, but if you have a Body Wand, I would definitely recommend scooping up the Deluxe G-Spotter for it.
I did not use the G-Spotter anally, as I have a very timid butt that is easily spooked. It’s just wee-bit over my girth limit which is about 1″ or smaller. If things change, and my butt becomes a bit more confident I will update this post and report my findings.
The Pop Tops Deluxe G-Spotter is like a transformer for your Magic Wand Original. It may not be for everyone, but I would recommend it to power queens, Magic Wand enthusiasts, and folks looking to add some versatility, range, and some crazy powerful internal vibrations to their wands.
Good Vibrations provided me the Pop Your Top Deluxe G-Spotter in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. Affiliate Links are used throughout. Thanks Good Vibes!
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