Thursday, November 24, 2016

Flexible Hue G Had Trouble Reaching My G-Spot

What's this

This is the Hue G by Blush Novelties. It's a g-spot vibrator, made out of a silicone sleeve over the plastic casing and motor, and the base is made out of cheap silver paint coated plastic. The motor is in the bulb of the head and is a strange mixture of buzzy and rumbly. There is no texture on the shaft and there are two separate sections of silicone coated plastic, between these two sections the Hue G can bend. The Hue G does not live up to its name and is a bit small for my liking. Also, the ability to bend in the middle henders the toys ability to work properly for me as a g-spot vibrator.

Blush Novelties website boasts that the Hue G is waterproof, but upon my own personal inspection I would advise being weary of completely submerging the toy in water. Splashproof, maybe, but the 'o' ring is too thin and the silicone ring around the base can be moved away from the button, revealing some inner working of the toy. The Hue G has 10 different functions, including 5 vibrations speeds and 5 patterns. The silicone, function variety, and splashproof abilities make the toy decent for the price.

What's so special about it? 

I feel like the mix of rumble and buzz would be a perfect combination for someone who doesn't know what they like. As well as the variety in functions. The steady vibrations are subtle changes but you can tell when you go up a level. The first pattern is escalating, the second is pulsating, third is a quicker pulse, fourth is a mix of escalating and pulsating, and the fifth and final pattern is a slower escalation. To turn the toy on, you push the button on the base and to turn the toy off you hold the button down. The toy does not keep a memory of the last function you used and you have to cycle through all the settings in order to get to the one you like. If you skip the function you want, you have to cycle back through.

What's wrong with it? What's the "catch?" 

I feel like the Hue G has a lot of room for approvement, but as I said before, for the price it is a decent toy. It takes 2 AA batteries and doesn't drain them like a hungry battery vampire. The flexability of the toy means that I am unable to put the proper amount of pressure on my g-spot with it because instead of pushing into my g-spot when I push on the toy, it just bends. The manufacturer flaws are worrisome because they could make for some serious malfunctions. Not only that, I'm worried that the silver coating may flake off, and could possibly get into the orfice you're using the toy in. Or that bending the toy during use may break the silicone and then your toy would be completely useless.

How do I care for it?

Silicone can be stored in any fashions, but keep it away from jelly toys. It can also be washed with warm water and mild soap, toy cleaner, a 10% alcohol solution, or wipes. I keep mine in a bag in a drawer with the rest of my toys and clean it with soap and water after each use. The Hue G isn't a lint magenet, so, you don't have to worry about that. I would be cautious about putting the toy completely in your orfices though, because there is a crease around the bottom of the toy that could harbor bacteria and be difficult to clean.

Is this toy for me?

Only you can answer that question. Do you like high buzz rumbly vibrations? Do you enjoy light g-spot stimulation? Do the pro's I've listed here outweight the cons for you? I, personally, do not like this toy but every body is different and every body enjoys different sensations. If you are on a budget and don't mind the questionable waterproof and odd bending ability of the Hue G, I'd so go for it! But if you have a bit more to spend I'd highly recommend the Lelo Gigi 2 instead. It isn't flexible, is completely waterproof, and is rechargeable.

This toy was given to me for free by Blush Novelties in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. This post contains affiliate links.

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