I really wasn’t sure what to expect when I knew not one, but two G-Spot Lollipops were on their way to me. I had read nothing but good reviews. I had spoken at some length with Dennis, who was very helpful and happy to answer any questions, and I’d heard other reviewers gush about their customer service. I was drawn in by all of the colors and the “fun-ness” of the product. But I was still skeptical.
The G-Spot Lollipop is designed to stimulate one’s g-spot. Obviously. I’ve got a Single Pop and a Double Pop. The Single Pop features one acrylic ball, meant for insertion, and a smaller plastic ball on the other end, meant to be used as a handle. The Double Pop features two acrylic balls of different sizes, both meant for insertion. All of the G-Spot Lollipops are made with surgical steel rods that the acrylic balls are secured to with medical grade glue. Care and cleaning instructions can be found here.
Before we get much further, let me say this: there is no reason (other than the ten dollar difference in price) that you should buy the Single Pop over the Double Pop. Seriously…it just makes sense…go with the Double. It’s like you’re getting two toys instead of one. Of course, there are reasons why you might prefer the Travel Pop or the J-Pop, but I suggest you leave the Single Pop out if you’re considering one of these.
Now, there are a couple of things I really dig about the G-Spot Lollipop. First of all, it’s totally body safe and can be easily sterilized. That’s good news if you plan on sharing or are thinking of using it anally (which you could do (but I won’t) with the Double Pop, but I wouldn’t recommend with the Single or Travel Pops). Secondly…it’s customizable. You get to pick the size of your acrylic balls. Which is pretty sweet. The smaller ball on my Double Pop has a circumference of 5.5″, the larger 6.25″. Depending on your preference for girth, you can choose a smaller circumference or you can make my vagina look like a wimp and go with the largest size.
My G-Spot and I were bffs long before the G-Spot Lollipop came along, so I can’t tell you that this was some miracle toy for me that finally allowed me to squirt all over my bedroom…but I can tell you that it does a very good job of stimulating my g-spot. It’s also the largest toy I have that doesn’t have some give to it, so it provides a unique service in my toy box. Orgasms with the G-Spot Lollipop feel good. It makes me squirt. It feels totally awesome when my PC muscles clench around that ball. I think I really like the fact that the ball is so large while the steel rod is so small…it creates a sensation that is entirely unique. Did I mention you can use it to do kegels? But it is not without flaws.
This thing is long. Like eleven inches long. It isn’t always the easiest thing to thrust with. It’s great if you have a partner who likes to play…they can help out with the thrusting on occasion. You can manage solo, obviously, but it is not the most natural feeling toy to fuck yourself with. Now, that said, the J-Pop is made specifically for solo use…and I think that the design might be super awesome…but I can’t tell you for certain as I haven’t had the pleasure. The Travel Pop is also smaller and probably easier to wield, but then you’re only getting one end for insertion.
OH. Speaking of couples. People keep saying that this thing can be used during PIV intercourse. Like…put one ball in your vag and then insert the penis of your choice. Uh…I guess? If you have a G-Spot Lollipop with smaller sized balls, maybe this will work for you. But…no. Not for me. I realize the steel rod is very thin, but the balls are not. And I can’t imagine this being comfortable for my my vagina or the boyfriend’s penis.
Still, I’m impressed by the G-Spot Lollipop. I like that you can choose the size that suits you. I like that it comes in some really awesome colors, like orange and green. I do think that it would be an excellent option for someone on the hunt for their g-spot. I won’t say that I’d recommend it over the Pure Wand. For me, the Pure Wand is some kind of magic. It hones in on my g-spot without me having to think at all. It’s like there’s some sort of magnetic draw…it is pulled toward my g-spot and easily (and repeatedly) gets me off. The G-Spot Lollipop has no problem finding my g-spot either, but it’s…well…I guess it’s just less graceful about it.
It’s definitely a pretty neat toy. It looks like a baton (the kind you set on fire and twirl) and I am honestly a little blown away. I didn’t really expect much, and I love being pleasantly surprised. It’s really quite reasonably priced and you can choose the size and style that best suits you. AND THE COLORS.
Want one? Head on over the the manufacturer’s website.
In the drop down menu that shows up when you move your mouse over “Order Lollipop” select “I have a Promo Code”. You’ll be prompted to enter a user name and password…enter “bedroomblogger” for both and you’ll get a 10% discount on your order.
I am not a happy girl. Do I still think this toy might be worth your time? Sure. But this finished review has been sitting in my drafts since fucking September. I’m supposed to be able to offer you a promo code to get 10% off, but at the time I was told to hold off on publishing because “there are some issues with the website that are being resolved.” Well…seven months later, and there are still issues ordering with a promo code. Professionalism that is not. I’ve chosen not to make changes to my original review because I’m having a hard time maintaining any semblance of objectivity.