Review: HandMaiden G-spot Seeker

Let’s talk about something weird looking today!  How about an odd looking toy sent to me from Fascinations, the Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type: In-ie and out-ie
  • Manufacture: Topco Sales/Adan & Eve Signature Toy
  • Material: Silicone
  • Size: 4″ insert-able, 1 1/2″ wide
  • Price: $29.99
  • Recommended Use: Simultaneous g-spot and clitoral stimulation
  • Pros: Purple!; 100% silicone; Phathalate and latex free; Easy to clean; Comes with a satin storage pouch; Ergonomic handle;
  • Cons: A little too girthy; Can be a bit of a challenge to use;  Not a beginner toy; Doesn’t vibrate
  • Overall Rating: 4.5/5
  • Recommended: Yes

G-Spot Seeker Packaging

Per usual, let’s start with the packaging.  The seeker came in a large plastic… hmm… I guess sleeve is the best way to put it.  The inside part that contains the toy slides out of the outer packaging.  It’s not really discreet, but it’s doesn’t scream sex toy either.  So I’m kind of neutral on the packaging, it’s there, it brought my toy, that’s about it.

The G-Spot Seeker has to be one of the oddest looking toys I own (sorry I don’t have any tentacles or anything).  To me, it kind of looks like one of those duck billed dinosaurs, don’t ya think?  As from that it’s PURPLE!  You guys know I love purple right?

Anyways, I was sitting starting at this toy, trying to figure out how to measure it and I have no idea.  So I’ll give you this:  it’s insert-able up to about 4″ and it’s a little under 1 1/2″ wide.  The part that can rub against your clit is about 2″ long and should be able to hit almost anyone’s happy spot.  The only complaint I have about the toy size wise is it could be a little less girthy.  It does reduce down at the tip, but it still takes a good bit of warm up for me to be able to use it comfortably.  I also know a lot of women don’t like larger toys, so this may not work well for them.

Toy and Satin Storage Pouch

The Seeker is 100% platinum cured medical grade silicone, which means it’s non-pours, can be sterilized (boil it, bleach it, put it in your dishwasher), and will last you a long time.  It also means it’s Phathalate and latex free.  The type of silicone that makes up the seeker is a firmer type, but it is still very flexible. Also, it will cause a lot of drag, so be sure to use a water-based lube with it.  For cleaning, just wash it with soap and water or sterilize it however you choose. The Seeker also came with a silver stain storage pouch.  It’s just big enough for the toy so it can be a little struggle to get it in due to the friction of the toy.

Ergonomic handle (this was awkward for me to hold because I'm right handed)

So now onto how to use such a weird looking thing.  If you look closely at the picture, you’ll notice that there are two large nubs on the insert-able part, these are meant to give added stimulation and pressure to your g-spot once it’s been inserted.   There is also a set of eight smaller nubs on the external stimulator part to make your clit happy.  The odd part that looks like a dinosaur is really an ergonomic handle.  Just slip it between your fingers like I show below.   One thing to note though, the toy does not vibrate, it is basically an odd shaped, dual stimulating dildo.  Which means (as it says on the package) it’s “waterproof for g-spot adventures anywhere.”  That actually made me laugh, I would have never thought a solid silicone toy would be waterproof, right? :-p

Overall use, is a little interesting. It can be a challenge to insert, so be sure to warm up and lube up first.  It may seem like it won’t flex enough to be able to insert it, but trust me it will.  It’s flexible enough to bend to where you need, but firm enough to give you the pressure you need, at least for most women.  Once it’s inserted, the intended use it to provide a rocking motion with your hand on the handle, which I found worked very well.  I do feel like I have short arms though, as this got a little tiring, but I just need a better position to work with it.

Overall, the Handmaiden G-Spot Seeker is not a beginner toy.  It has a good bit of girth too it and it can be a bit of a challenge to figure out how to use it.  Once you do though, I feel that it works well to give you a good pressure on your g-spot and some nice stimulation on your clit.  I would prefer vibrations in my clit, but that’s just my personal preference.  Please don’t let the dinosaur appearance throw you off either, this could be a useful tool in starting your g-spot play.  If you would like to purchase the G-Spot Seek it is avaliabe through Fascinations, just click the banner below!

*This review was sponsored by Fascinations, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

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