It sounds like a song of poor rap.
I don’t like to have toys reviewed that don’t hit their mark. I checked at Vibe Review with my gal that she still wanted me to do a review even though I didn’t like the toy and she said yes.
That’s the wrong way to get started, I don’t like the G-rock. I enjoy it, really. Let me be clear when I tell you there’s nothing wrong with this toy. The make of it is awesome, comfortable, and awesome are the vibrations. For this toy, I had high hopes. Really. The issue with it is me. It’s not you, it’s me. With all the correct characteristics in mind, the G-rock is a wonderfully constructed toy. It’s produced from a really nice silicon free phthlate. It has no strange feeling or scent as many toys do. The vibrations on my g-spot are beautiful. But that woman’s not cum alone by g-spot. It lost about an inch of my clit. I attempted a couple of occasions to reinsert it. Maybe my gspot is smaller than others, maybe my pussy is tiny and compact. I’ve got a tilted cervix, perhaps it just pushed it out of location. I don’t understand about that. I was really disappointed that the vibrations were beautiful. Not too strong up front, perhaps a bummer, but I wouldn’t understand. The concept of hands-free is lovely. I looked forward to it, but it all made me soak. This is done by vibrations on my gspot. The bottom portion falls out when I attempted to kind of bend the front portion down to reach my clit. It’s just not fitting for me. Damn.
Regardless, it looks like a toy that’s really well produced. It’s got all the correct thoughts. Good design and good feeling. It’s got the best intentions. Sigh… Perhaps I’ll attempt the Snugglepuss next time, or just stick to the Rabbit.