The Cara Sutra June £5 Challenge Sex Toy Review #4: Lovehoney Powerful Mini G-Spot Vibrator

Price:
£4.99
Brand:
Lovehoney

Cara Sutra June Sex Toy Challenge

Lovehoney Powerful Mini G-Spot Vibrator

G-Love Vibe

As part of the June £5 Sex Toy Challenge, Lovehoney kindly sent me one of their G Spot vibrators to put to the Cara Sutra test. This small vibrator comes in no frills own brand packaging, which is a foil type, tear top packet with clear details and instructions about the vibrator as well as the Lovehoney logo.

Lovehoney Powerful Mini G-Spot Vibrator

The Lovehoney Powerful Mini G-Spot Vibrator is baby pink in colour (always with the pink sex toys) and has the Lovehoney heart logo on the side in red.

There are markings to indicate how you twist the bottom half of the vibrator in order to turn the vibe on, off or to open and reveal the battery compartment.

Lovehoney Powerful Mini G-Spot Vibrator

Lovehoney Powerful Mini G-Spot Vibrator

Lovehoney Powerful Mini G-Spot Vibrator

This Powerful Mini G-Spot Vibrator requires one AA battery in order to operate. It doesn’t normally come with batteries but a) Lovehoney kindly sent me a complimentary four pack and b) AA batteries should already be in your Sex Toy Power Stash. I’m thankful it doesn’t take those awful watch batteries!

Lovehoney Powerful Mini G-Spot Vibrator

Twist to open and insert the battery. Line up the arrow to twist the base back into the right position again and you’re good to go.

Lovehoney Powerful Mini G-Spot Vibrator

The Powerful Mini G-Spot Vibrator, or G-Love as it’s rather affectionately called, is quite chunky in size yet short. This gives it the ‘mini’ attribute but makes it quite easy to use and girthy when inserted vaginally.

The tip of the vibrator has a defined angle which in theory ensures that the vibrations stimulate the G-spot inside the woman’s vagina. Along with what are described as ‘powerful vibrations’, this angle is meant to help tip the woman over the edge to an easily achieved orgasm.

Lovehoney Powerful Mini G-Spot Vibrator

The good

Low price
Eco-friendly packaging
Nicely presented
Chunky vibrator
Easy to use
Takes a decent size, easily obtainable battery

The bad

Cheap manufacture
Pink colour
Weak vibrations
Not waterproof

The verdict

FAILDespite the G-Love aka Mini G-Spot Vibrator being described as ‘powerful’, I found it to be severely lacking in this department. Also, as a £4.99 sex toy, the manufacture quality is understandably quite low. You do however, get a vibrator which won’t instantly fall apart. Just don’t drop it from a great height onto tiles, or submerge it in water – this vibe isn’t waterproof.

At first I didn’t realise the importance of lining up the arrow on the bottom half of the vibe with the dot on the upper half, in order to close it properly. What can I say, I’m obviously a sexually frustrated idiot. After trying to shove the two halves back together for an embarrassing period of time, without success, it finally clicked. Literally.

The logo embellishment is a cute touch as well as clever marketing – leaving this vibe lying around also keeps Lovehoney in your mind.

After use you’re better off spraying carefully with sex toy cleaner then wiping it down after a minute with a wet wipe, than running it under a tap. There is no waterproof element of this sex toy and water could get between the two halves of the toy and enter the battery compartment and motor area, leading to probably irreparable damage.

While I was using this vibrator I really tried to get excited, but the weak vibrations made it impossible to get any further than ‘mildly interested.’ A couple of steps taken on the long female path to orgasm but then got lost along the way. The angled head is nice, but the vibrations are felt strongest in the neck or collar of this vibe, which is most likely where the motor is. They are felt in the rounded tip too, but not as much. The vibrations are about 40% less than an RO-80 bullet vibe in my opinion, if you’d like a comparison that most toy users will be able to relate to. It just wasn’t enough for me to get my rocks off (heh) to, even if I used the tip externally on my clit.

This makes for another fail! Will there ever be a £5 or less sex toy which sees the dawn of a new, budget friendly orgasm? I truly hope so. Watch out for more June Challenge reviews soon.

If you’d like to give the G-Love vibrator a go, you can pick yours up from Lovehoney here for £4.99. Don’t forget the batteries!

 

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