Thanks to Trystology, I finally got to try a vibrator that’s been on my wishlist for quite a long time: The JeJoue Uma.

Uma is a G-spot vibrator made by the luxury brand JeJoue. You might know JeJoue from their very popular MiMi and MiMi Soft, or from one of their new teledildonic releases, Dua and Nuo. While not as flashy as Dua or Nuo, in my opinion, Uma is a beautiful design with some very well thought out perks.

Uma Gspot

FYI, this is the most advanced piece of photo editing I’ve done in a very long time.

Uma excels in terms of its shape, which is one of the most beautiful and ergonomic that I have in my collection. However, it’s not great for the reasons you might think.

My first impression was that Uma was not one of my strongest vibrators. In terms of sheer strength, it paled in comparison to the L’Amourose Rosa. On the other hand, Rosa is roughly $60 more expensive, which is definitely worth considering. “Swings and roundabouts,” as my beloved former roommate might say.

Upon charging it fully for the second time, I’ve decided that it’s just got a different sort of vibration than what I’m used to. More on that later.

The Experience

As a G-spotter, Uma leaves something to be desired. The curve is just too slight to really hit my G-spot. Additionally, my G-spot requires more pressure, which is only possible with a bigger bulb or a more intense curve.

Luckily, Uma’s shape is still highly usable externally. The long handle/shaft means that I can use Uma in a variety of positions. If you’re plus sized, pregnant, or have certain mobility constraints, designs like Uma can make it easier and more comfortable to reach for self-pleasure.

When it comes to vibration strength and type, I would call Uma something between buzzy and rumbly. The vibrations are strong, but they’re neither very deep (ex: Doxy Wand) nor very surface level (ex: Tenga Iroha Mini). It’s perfectly good – it’s just not my favorite. As for strength, Uma probably won’t work for you if you’re used to Magic Wand intensity, but it’s a huge step up from what’s offered in the mid-range section of most adult stores. In short, it’ll depend on where you’re coming from. Of Uma’s 5 speeds, I mostly used 3 and 4.

Unfortunately for me, Uma’s rounded head makes it very difficult to get anything resembling pinpoint stimulation. I don’t require pinpoint stimulation to have an orgasm, it just makes the process a lot faster. I had a satisfying orgasm each time I used Uma, but it did take a bit longer than with other favorites.

Uma isn’t exactly whisper quiet, but I didn’t find it troublesomely loud, either. I have no doubt that with a closed door and maybe some blankets overtop, no one else in your house would suspect a thing.

The Nitty-Gritty

When it comes to charging, JeJoue opted for a conductive magnetic system. Uma’s + and – buttons are the two magnetic points that connect to the charger. The problem? It’s not the most stable of conductive chargers. I had to finagle it quite a bit to get the charger to work properly and not be easily knocked out of place. On the plus side, this charging method renders Uma pretty gosh-darn waterproof, which is a big plus when it comes time to clean the toy.

As for cleaning, it’s as easy as any other waterproof, silicone vibrator: I recommend dish soap and warm water, but you can also use toy cleaner, a 10% bleach solution, or a body-friendly antimicrobial soap of your choice.

Uma comes in a beautiful box – par for the course with JeJoue – but without a bag to store it in. This is a gripe of mine because, as someone who does a lot of traveling, carrying bags are a necessity. I’m not carrying the decorative box, ok? I’ve only got so much room in my hand luggage.

“Ok, but do I want an Uma?”

As always, reader, that depends!

You might want an Uma if… You’ve found other vibrators too strong in the past, but have also been disappointed to find others far too weak. You prefer neither extremely low and rumbly nor extremely high and surface level vibrations. You want something that’s going to gently stimulate your G-spot because intense stimulation just isn’t for you. You’re coming from the world of $40, AA-battery-operated vibrators and want something a few steps up that’s still to be had for under $120. You’re shopping for your significant other who has never had a sex toy before and wants to try something multi-purpose.

You might not want an Uma if… You’re a power queen. You need intense G-spot stimulation including pressure or rumbly vibrations. You have a strong preference for vibrators that sound and feel like jackhammers. You absolutely require pinpoint stimulation.

Uma costs $110 at Trystology.com. Compared to Mona 2 ($139) and Minna Ola ($165), Uma is just a different sort of G-spot vibrator. When it comes to choosing one, you just have to consider what’s most important to you. If you want something with a gentle G-spot curve and good vibration strength, and if saving $19 appeals to you, Uma. If you need ultimate power for your G-spot or pinpoint clitoral stimulation, Mona 2. If you’re a pattern junkie and you love the tech appeal of Minna’s products, go with the Ola.

 

Big thanks to Trystology for supplying me with an Uma in exchange for my honest review! This post contains affiliate links, which help support this blog and my lipstick habit.