Lovehoney Desire Gspot vibrator rechargeable luxury

Lovehoney Desire: Luxury Line, Approachable Price

If you’re not too familiar with Lovehoney, you might not know that the sex toy giant has a few of their own toy lines, including Lovehoney Desire. Generally speaking, their house lines are more affordable but aim to provide similar levels of quality to what you’d find with a known brand. If you’re a makeup junkie, you might compare the Desire line to the Sephora Collection.

The entire Desire line is made of velvety purple silicone, is rechargeable, and is waterproof. They also come with really nice, subtle zippered cases for easy travel and storage. In my opinion, this is way better than another satin carrying bag! I know it drives up production costs, but I would love to see more companies employ this idea.

Because this is the only Desire toy that I own, I can’t speak to the sizes of the other cases; but, the case that came with my vibrator is big enough for a couple charging cables and a few toys. If I make it to any conferences this year, I’ll definitely be using this to pack my favorites!

The Specs

I was a little surprised when I first pulled my Desire G-spot vibe from its box. It has a nice heft to it and feels like a well-made, powerful toy. I was expecting it to be lighter, but I actually like how solid it feels in my hand. It’s 8.25 inches long with a diameter of about 1.4 inches.1 It’s sizable, but it’s not too big.

The silicone is firm and there’s really no give to this toy. One thing that’s great about very rigid toys is that they generally conduct vibration like champs. And, in my opinion, it delivers – thanks in part to its dual motor design. In total, it boasts 12 vibration levels and 8 modes. 3 of the modes are just steady vibration utilizing both motors, just the base motor, and just the top motor, respectively. Then there are a handful of patterns that make use of the two separate motors, which are kind of fun.

In Use

When you first turn the toy on, it automatically starts on vibration level 6, with both motors going. For some reason, it took me a few uses to really get the controls down and to realize just how many vibration modes there are.2 But now that I know what this vibrator is capable of, I find the controls to be easy and intuitive. To turn it on or to increase vibration, you press and hold the + button. To change modes, press the O button in the center. And to turn it off or decrease vibration, press the – button. Pretty standard stuff.

It’s probably no surprise, if you’re a regular reader, that I prefer this vibrator clitorally over internally. While it is designed to be a G-spot stimulator, it’s just not the optimal shape for my G-spot. For me, it’s a little bit too thick in some of the wrong places. If you really love somewhat phallic-shaped toys with a slight G-spot curve, then you would probably like this. And while it does have a visible seam, I can’t feel it in use and it seems to make no difference when it’s time to clean it.

So, let’s talk clit.

I find it super easy and comfortable to grip and hold this vibrator for clitoral use. Its vibrations are the kind that my body seems to like a lot: A bit rumblier at very low levels and buzzier as you get to higher speeds.

Now, when I say buzzy, I don’t mean that it’s reminiscent of a cheap plastic bullet. I mean that it’s more surface level, that if you grip the vibrator firmly in your fist on the highest setting, your hand is likely to go a bit numb, as opposed to how rumbly vibrations tend to travel up your limbs and get a bit deeper into your muscle tissue. While I know that rumbly vibrations get a lot of love, they aren’t always the type of vibrations that get me off the easiest. I found it very easy to orgasm on a variety of vibration levels using all 3 of the steady vibration modes that I explained above.

Now, it’s important to note that this vibe is loud. It’s powerful but it’s loud. For me, this isn’t a problem. I live in a pre-war building, and I have to assume that this building made it through the war in large part because of its extremely thick, solid walls. If the toy is turned to its highest steady vibration strength with both motors on, I can hear it in my hall, but I can’t hear it in another room with both doors shut. So, if you’re living in a dorm or in a building with thin walls, this might not be a great choice for you.

Should I buy it?

The Lovehoney Desire G-Spot Vibrator is a solid choice for a lot of people. You can use it internally against your G-spot, or externally against the clitoris. It’s made of a body-safe material that’s easy to clean.3 It’s strong, but it also allows you to start low and slow if you’re not used to vibration or if you like to work your way through a long, leisurely tease session. And, it comes with a great case.

For $85 (or £54.99), I think it’s a great value if you have that kind of cash to splash.

 

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  1. The head isn’t perfectly rounded, so it was hard to get a measurement that would accurately reflect that.
  2. I’m a cocky reviewer and I don’t generally read manuals unless I’m struggling to understand a toy. Clearly, it’s a problematic habit.
  3. My favorite way to clean silicone toys is with dish soap and warm water. Easy peasy.