While I do own quite a few glass dildos at this juncture, I don’t have any that look quite like this. The Icicles No. 8 comes close, but Dr. Laura Berman has made one critical change: a G-spotting tip.
Other than that, this is a very basic dildo. It’s clear, giving it an elegant but simple appearance. It has a wavy shaft. The ball-shaped handle is just barely wider than the waves. Unfortunately, it doesn’t come with any sort of storage pouch. On the other hand, I was impressed that the packaging included information about the location of the G spot (a third of the way into the vagina, y’all).
And it does indeed work. I’ve only recently discovered my G spot and how to get it going, and this dildo definitely hits the spot. No doubt about that. With a little water-based lube, thrusting was easy and the tip went to work on my G-spot nicely. The ball-shaped handle end was easy to grip, too. Unfortunately, I couldn’t personally feel the slightly undulating shape of the shaft. It’s just too subtle for my vagina.
The biggest roadblock I ran into while using this dildo was not knowing which way the G-spot tip was pointing while it was inside me. This is a common problem with G-spot toys, but still worth pointing out. Since the shaft is exactly the same all the way down, there’s really no way of knowing unless you pull it out. This is also due to the fact that the G-spot tip isn’t large or oddly-shaped.
I’m really happy to see more inexpensive glass dildos coming out, and this one is no exception. If you want to just focus on hitting your G-spot, and if you prefer a hard material for G-spot play, this would be a good choice.