Adrien Lastic G-Wave G-Spot Vibrator Review

~I received this product from Adrien Lastic for free in exchange for an honest review. This in no way, shape or form has any affect on my opinions on this product.~

 Quite a while ago now, Adrien Lastic reached out to me and offered me a toy from their range of products to review. I was quite shocked as I had only been blogging for a few months at the time and I think Adrien Lastic were one of the first companies to ask me if I was interested in reviewing for them. I had no idea what I wanted to review, a lot of their products look very unique and interesting so it was definitely a tough choice for me. But, I finally settled on the G-Wave. I’m not usually one for dual vibrators but the G-Wave piqued my curiosity, so I just had to try it out!

First Impressions:

Unfortunately, I did throw the packaging away for the G-Wave so I’ll just have to provide you with a product image. Sorry about that!

Adrien Lastic G-Wave packaging.

As you can see, the packaging is very clean and modern, with an image of the G-Wave on the front. Sometimes I wish sex toy packaging didn’t have an image of the product on the box at all as it’s not discreet in the slightest, but I think I’m nit picking here. But I do think it’s tasteful and there’s not a huge use of pink, despite the fact that the G-wave itself is pink so that makes me happy.

Front of the G-Wave. Front view again.Side view of the G-Wave.Back of the G-Wave.

 The G-Wave is in the dreaded pale pink colour that I hate, but I honestly love the look of the G-Wave so much that I’m willing to overlook the colour. When I first held it in my hands, I was reminded of something sci-fi. Maybe that’s just the huge geek in me, or it’s also possible that I’m not the only one who thinks that when looking at the G-Wave? Either way, it has a very unique look to it and the U-shape isn’t something I’m accustomed to seeing in a sex toy, so that’s new to me. The silicone is incredibly soft and smooth, the shaft is mostly firm with a little bit of flex to it, whereas the clitoral arm is quite flexible and mostly firm.

The G-Wave is USB rechargeable (yay!), and the charging point is located on the back which I think you can see in one of my images of the G-Wave. The G-Wave has two motors, one in the shaft and the other is located in the clitoral arm. To turn on the G-Wave, just press the little Adrien Lastic button on the back and it’ll whirr into action. The G-Wave has 10 vibration modes, which honestly sounds like too much to me, with sex toys I mostly only use about 3 settings, and I’ll often skip most of them and go straight to the strongest or the one before the strongest. But, we’re all different and I’m sure there are people who’ll appreciate 10 vibration modes, I’m just not that type of person.

As a bonus, you also get a white, satin drawstring storage bag, which I’m happy about as I feel that all luxury sex toys should come with some form of storage!

G-Wave storage bag. G-Wave on the storage bag.

My Experience with the G-Wave:

I did have some slightly high hopes for the G-Wave as the clitoral arm is so flexible and the shape of the shaft looks comfortable. But I was wrong. Even though the clitoral arm is really flexible when just moving it back and forth with my finger, it’s anything but that once the shaft is inside me. The clitoral arm presses up so firmly on my clitoral hood, and POKES it. I could literally feel the clitoral arm into my bones, it hurt THAT fucking much. I was honestly so shocked, I didn’t expect this at all. Pink and pretty exterior, but cruel and nasty interior. The G-Wave is Regina George!

The clitoral arm of the G-Wave can be bent forward to go alongside the shaft, which turns it into a regular vibrator instead of a rabbit style one. I thought that maybe, just maybe, if I used the G-Wave this way, it would bring me pleasure instead of pain. And again, I was completely wrong. Using the G-Wave this way just makes me not able to thrust with it, and if I try to, the clitoral arm can slip out and smash my clit again, or smash into my vaginal wall. Ouch is too soft a word for this piece of crap.

What about those vibrations then? Umm..they’re..okay? They’re nothing special. Strong, but far too buzzy for what my body normally responds to so they aren’t able to bring me to orgasm at all.

But despite all the negative things I’ve had to say on the G-Wave, there are two things that I like about it. Shocked? Me too! Firstly, it’s waterproof. I don’t use toys in the bath or shower, but a toy being waterproof means it’s extremely easy to clean and you don’t have to worry about damaging anything or being very careful during clean-up.

The other thing is that I did figure out a way for the G-Wave to be pleasureable for me. I don’t really know what possessed me to do this, or even think of this, but I just grabbed that fucking clit dagger (the clitoral arm), yanked it away from my bruised clit, and used the clitoral arm as a handle to pull the shaft in and out of my vagina. Now that’s when I started to get somewhere good with the G-Wave. I got some soft but slightly decent pressure to my G-spot, At last, something positive! But is that enough for me to think of the G-Wave as a good toy? Nope. Not in the slightest. The G-Wave never gets used. Overall, I hate it.

Verdict:

I really did think that the G-Wave was going to be the toy that would finally make me say that I’m a rabbit vibrator type of girl. I had such hopes and dreams for the G-Wave, but they were dashed by the clit dagger and the buzzy vibrations. Yeah, I did find a way for the G-Wave to sort of work for me in the end, but it’s still not enough for me to want to put it anywhere near my genitals. I have much better toys that can give me everything I need with little to no effort, and the ones that require effort, are worth working up a sweat for. The G-Wave isn’t a vibrator that I would lift a finger for, let alone open my legs for again.

Where to Buy?

You can purchase the G-Wave here.