I like adorable names. Short, pithy names that aren’t “So-and-So Pornstar’s Pleasure Stick,” etc.
I like velvety plastic. It’s soft to the touch, yet hard enough to be noticeable when inserted.
I like thin toys — you know, the kind that don’t pose a threat to my insides.
And I seriously love bright colors. Really, how could I not like Bgee?
Bgee came in a tall, black matte box. I wasn’t especially fond of the lingerie-clad black and white and strangely cropped woman on the front, but at least she wasn’t faking an orgasm or making out with some guy’s neck. Also, the photograph of the blue Bgee on the box was a much darker blue than the toy actually is. Otherwise, the design of the box was almost… classy. A nice change of pace.
Inside the box, there was a pamphlet entitled “binformed” that included operating instructions in six languages and a limited 90-day warranty. The instructions didn’t give me any new ideas, but they would be helpful for a beginner.
Bgee takes two AAAs (not AAs as the box states), and they just pop into the end where the twist dial is (there’s also an O-ring for waterproof protection). Bgee doesn’t have a huge range of vibration levels, and the highest level isn’t anything special. However, the vibrations are quiet and have a rumbly quality about them, as opposed to a high-pitched buzzy quality, and I really like that.
The vibration is concentrated in the tip, the G-spot curve, which is an obvious plus. I worried, at first, that the vibrator would turn itself around inside me and I wouldn’t know where the curve was pointing. Initially, I used the word “bswish” on the side of the shaft to determine if the curve was in the right place. Then I realized there is a very subtle seam in the plastic that just happens to perfectly align with the curve! So now when I’m using Bgee, I just make sure I can feel the seam with my thumb.
After using this vibrator for a while, I feel as though I’m making progress toward finding my G-spot. When I slowly move Bgee around inside me, I feel some wonderful sensations that I haven’t felt with any of my other toys. Also, because Bgee is quite thin, I’m never preoccupied with any discomfort.
Really, the only thing Bgee is missing is more power. I wouldn’t want Bgee to be made of silicone, because I wouldn’t feel it inside me as acutely. I wouldn’t want Bgee to be thicker, because then I wouldn’t be able to thrust as smoothly. I just want Bgee to take two AAs!