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Review: Neon Jr Gspot Softee

Posted in Reviews, and Sex & Relationships

The Jr G-Spot Softee in Neon Green, from Pipedreams.

I review sex toys for You can find the Neon Jr G-spot Softee and other vibrators on their site. Disclaimer: Although I don’t receive any money for these reviews (unless you purchase something via an affiliate link to the vendor), I am receiving free toys.

I received two vibrators in the same shipment, this one and the Le rêve vibe, which will be the subject of my next review. I divided them between two of my lovers — I gave the Le rêve to my pet, and Trouble got this one due to her love of the color neon green. Unfortunately, it seems like she probably got the worse of the two choices but the Softee isn’t without its uses.

Like most cheaper sex toys, the Jr G-spot Softee has the typical labeling claiming it is for novelty use only. Neither the website nor the packaging itself talk about what material the toy is made from, but with a bit of research I did find another vendor which claims the toy is pthalate free. It’s made from a soft, slightly pliable plastic material which seems like it should be relatively easy to clean; however, since I am not sure what it’s made of you probably want to use it with a condom or reserve it for a single lover to be safe.

This toy is relatively quiet when turned on, but also relatively weak. It runs off a single AA battery. The battery cover is also the control for the vibrator, allowing you to increase or decrease the speed with a twist. This also means that while the toy is billed as being waterproof, it might be possible to accidentally twist the end too far during underwater play and flood the battery compartment with water.

Trouble enjoyed the toy for gentle teasing on her clitoris but found the most enjoyment by inserting it all the way and then manually stimulating her clitoris or using an egg vibrator. She didn’t feel like the nub was the right angle or placement to easily stimulate her g-spot, though of course your mileage may vary on this depending on the placement of yours (or your lover’s).

I spoke with Trouble recently while she is away travelling on a journey of self-discovery, and she told me that she tried the vibe again while on the road, using it in a bathtub to induce therapeutic orgasms to ease some menstrual cramps. She did experiment with submerging the toy and found it to stand up to the treatment easily.

Sex toy vendors take note: Trouble complained to me of being unable to comfortably penetrate herself with this toy or most dildos, and told me her ideal g-spot stimulator would be one that could put pressure on her g-spot while fully inserted, sort of a g-spot plug. I don’t know of any toy that matches this description, but I am going to keep my eyes open. There’s so much innovation in modern sex toys that if it doesn’t exist, it’s probably only a matter of time.

As for the Neon Jr G-spot Softee, I think it’s most useful for those who like weak vibrations or perhaps for those very new to this kind of play that are hesitant about stronger toys. The price is low, but in this case so is the return.

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