Review: Galaxy G

Recently, I’ve figured out the type of toy that really allows me to work on my g-spot.  When browsing through Good Vibrations one day to look to see if they had anything that would work, I came across the Galaxy G and I knew I had to have it.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  In-ie
  • Materials:  Acrylic
  • Size:  9″ in total length; 6″ horiztonal between ends; 1-1.25″ in diameter
  • Price:  $22.00
  • Pros:  Nice shape;  Very light weight; Inexpensive; Easy to clean;  Easy to store
  • Cons:  Packaging isn’t very discreet
  • Overall Rating: 5/5
  • Recommended: Yes

galaxy g from good vibrations

The package

Since the Galaxy G is designed and sold just through Good Vibes (I believe), the packaging is similar to other products unique to Good Vibes.  It comes in a good sized cardboard box and a nearly to scale image of the toy on the front.  It also says “GALAXY G-SPOT STIMULATOR” in fairly large print on the front, both sides, and the back.  It’s not the most discreet, but the since the toy isn’t nearly as big as the box, I just tossed it.  Overall it was fairly unimpressive packaging.

galaxy g from good vibrations

The Galaxy G

The Galaxy G itself is made from a smokey acrylic.  It is completely see-through but it has a slight grey/smokey look too it.  It has a pretty extreme curve to it.  The horizontal distance between the two curves is about 6″ while the toy from end to end is about 9″ in total length.  The large bulb is about 1.25″ in diameter and the other end is a pointed bulb that’s about 1.75″ long and about 1″ in diameter.   Since it is Acrylic, it’s very light weight and you can use water and silicone-based lubes with it.  You probably only need a small amount.  Clean up is pretty easy.  You can wash it with soap and water or toy cleaner.  It’s non-porous, so you can probably boil it and bleach it as well.

You can insert either end, but I prefer the rounded end as the pointy end isn’t very comfortable for me.  Both ends are very smooth and seemless, so you should have no trouble inserting them.  There are two other smaller bulbs along the rest of the toy, but my g-spot is so low I don’t make it to the first one.  There’s about 1.25″ between each bulb.  I find that the large bulb gives a fairly broad area to use to hit my g-spot with and there’s really little work I need to do.  I can just insert it and push the other end away a bit to get a good pressure.  The curve is similar to that of the Pure Wand, but it’s much lighter and cheaper.  You also don’t have to warm it up before hand if you don’t like cold toys.

Overall, I do like the Galaxy G.  I still have not had a gspot orgasm yet (I don’t think) but I think this toy may get me there with enough patience and practice.  I like how light it is and the price is a really good deal.  It’s small enough too to stick in a bedside drawer.

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

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