Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator Review | Pleasure Panel

4 out of 10
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£62.95
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SVAKOM
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Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator Review

By Pleasure Panel reviewer Scandarella

Svakom is a brand that I’m not very familiar with on a personal level. I’ve only had the chance to try one of their products in the past. It was the Rebecca mini vibe and it was faulty. So was its replacement, so before Cara gave me the opportunity to review the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator (available here) for the Pleasure Panel, I was still clueless as to whether or not I liked Svakom products at all.

On the face of it the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator is a rabbit style vibrator. I love dual stim, though I must say that rabbits are my sex toy Marmite. They’re either spectacular or shit, there’s very rarely a middle ground. Skinny rabbits are pretty much my nemesis as a rule. Pointy dildos and classic vibes I usually like, but rabbits that try to poke holes in me every time I try to adjust the angle of the clit arm drive me insane.

Well, the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator certainly falls into the weeny wabbit category. The total length of toy is a shade over 7” with an insertable shaft of around 3.75”. Most of the rabbits I’ve used have had at least a 4.5” insertable length and I’m most comfy with 5 to 5.5”, so this one falls pretty short. As my reviewing days roll by I find I need more and more girth to really satisfy me, but with a circumference of just 4” at the widest point there’s no filling or stretching gonna happen here.

Yes, I did know all that when I put my name down to review the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator, but there was something that changed it from one to avoid to an experience I needed to have.

Targeted Rolling G-Spot Vibrator

When I first saw that little description I thought, I’m sorry, what? Does that mean that I *potentially* won’t have to thrust in order to stimulate my G-Spot? I had a peek at the product page and saw that, right on the flat pad of the pointy-assed tip is a rolling fucking wheel whose only purpose in life is to mimic a come hither motion against the G-Spot. Size be damned, my name was down faster than you could say Jack Flash.

When I first got my hands on the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator I confess to being disappointed. I looked at the skinny shaft and thought, what have I let myself in for here? Giving it the once over I decided that I do like the build quality of Svakom’s products. There definitely is a feel of luxury about them. The silicone used is lovely and smooth with no unsightly seams, and the body of the toy, though light, feels solid and well made.

The control buttons are situated just beneath the 2” clitoral arm, and the pin for the USB charging cable is located in the metal trim at the base of the toy. Those controls are beneath the silicone and an LED light glows bright pink when you switch the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator on. From top to bottom you have:

  • the rolling tip button – quick press to activate the roller, two speeds, must scroll through to switch off
  • the ON/OFF button – press and hold to activate the vibes, quick press to change modes, press and hold (forever) to switch off
  • the plus (+) button to control the speeds, of which there are five

As with all vibrating toys, I used the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator as a clit vibe first. I really feel that I can tell a lot about how things are going to go if I judge something clitorally before anything else. Looking at it from the side you can see that the tip forms a very definite V. The point of it parts my labia in such a comfy way and the tip presses against my hotspot perfectly. Unfortunately, the vibes from the shaft aren’t great. They’re buzzy with that power quality that seems to get louder but not that much stronger when you increase the speed.

After failing to reach a clitoral orgasm I turned it around and slipped the shaft home. I know folk will probably give their screens dirty looks when they read this, but it really was like feeding a Tic Tac to a whale. I had to really wriggle the thing around to make sure my vagina knew it was being penetrated, cos it just felt like nothing and the vibes didn’t even tickle my walls never mind shake them.

Getting the tip to touch my G-Spot while keeping the clitoral arm in contact with my clit is impossible. But even if it had fit like a glove it still wouldn’t have given me the stimulation I need to come cos the vibes in said clit arm? Worse than the shaft. If I hold it lightly in the tips of my fingers I think, that isn’t half bad, but as soon as any pressure is put on it the vibes dull to nothing.

For a dual motor rabbit the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator is very lacking in power. I’ve tried to get off with it when I’m as horny as a unicorn, but even then it’s just frustration on top of annoyance.

The only saving grace it had left was the rolling G-Spot wheel. If I could wedge that against my hotspot and leave it there while the Tango worked on my clit, could the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator finally make me come?

In a word, no.

The wheel is absolutely rubbish. It kinda looks like it’s a Wartenberg style wheel with rounded beads instead of spikes and is about a centimetre in length, with a movement range of about 1.5cm. It moves up and down at two speeds, the second of which is similar to the speed my OH maintains during G-Spot play until the tell-tale noises start.

The problem is, once it’s inside of me I can’t feel a damned thing. Like, literally nothing. Unless I shift the wheel near my pubic bone, that is. It’s not painful as such, but it’s one of those sensations that make you cringe. My OH made some jokey bone scraping comment and now every time the wheel catches my pubic bone I think ‘it’s like carving a chicken’. Utterly ridiculous, I know, but that’s the association that stuck *shrugs*.

If, by any miracle, the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator is still tickling your interest, know that it does have a few pros. Like I said up top, it’s USB rechargeable, and according to the leaflet you’ll find in the box a full charge takes around two hours. That gives you a maximum one hour of continuous use. I haven’t actually flattened this toy yet cos I don’t like it enough to use a full charge, so I can’t actually attest to the accuracy of that.

Another pro is that it’s waterproof, and while I haven’t taken it in the bath and never will, it does make for easy cleaning. I wash mine in soapy water, or I use toy cleaners and wipes. There’s a lovely grey storage bag so you can keep it in there, or you could store it in its simple, solid box.

Bottom line is, I really don’t like the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator. The whole rolling G-Spot stim thing is a stellar idea, it just hadn’t translated well into a product. A thicker shaft with a longer, fatter wheel that really grinds into the G-Spot could be great, and better quality vibes are always welcome. But as it stands, the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator isn’t for me at all. I give it 4/10 and it only scores for build and presentation.

– Scandarella


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Thanks to Pleasure Panel reviewer Scandarella for this review of the Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator.
The Svakom Trysta comes in Violet as shown or Plum Red and is available here.

The Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator was sent free of charge, in exchange for a fair and honest review, by Svakom Sex Toys. Thank you!

Svakom Trysta Rolling G-Spot Vibrator Review

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