Review: VeDO Inu Super Plus G-Spot Vibrator

We have tried a couple of vibrators from VeDO now and concluded that both the Wink and the GeeSlim would be fantastic for beginners due to their entry-level measurements and average vibration strength. However, their latest release, the Inu Super Plus, is the opposite of both of the toys I previously mentioned as it’s short, textured and averagely girthed. These qualities made me think that this would be a product that would be better suited to intermediate users or people with more penetration experience. As someone who is well acquainted with various vibrators myself, I was looking forward to giving this pretty aqua treat a chance to win me over and I had high hopes that this would be an affordable option that I could recommend to folks in the market for a g-spot toy that’s a little different. So did it impress or was I left feeling deflated?

VeDO Inu Super Plus G-Spot VibratorIt arrived in a white and turquoise box which was minimalistic in design. Just a product shot on the front, a description and diagram on the back and further photos on the sides. Inside the toy rested within some soft black casing and the charging cable and product guide were stashed underneath. It doesn’t come with any storage but that’s expected and acceptable for this price point. The only thing I don’t like about the way this brand packages is the fluffy casing as some of it transfers onto the silicone of the product inside.

The Inu Super Plus is rechargeable via usb so it’s travel friendly, convenient and straight forward to set up. Just unscrew the cap, place the connector into the port and plug the usb to a suitable spot. A red light will turn on to indicate that the charge has started and this will turn green when completed. It doesn’t give an estimated charge or use time in the manual so I’d have to estimate based on my experiences and say it takes about an hour and a half for a full refresh which gives forty-five minutes to an hour of use depending on the settings that are being used.

VeDO Inu Super Plus G-Spot VibratorAs it’s made from a matte style silicone, it attracts all sorts of lint and pet hair so rinsing thoroughly before use is a must and cleaning well with soapy water afterwards will keep it in good sanitary condition. It is submersible so rinsing is not an issue but make sure the base is screwed back into position firmly before approaching water to keep the charging port protected.

Silicone is one of the best materials out there for sex toys as it’s completely body-safe, non-porous, non-toxic, odourless and phthalate free as well as being hypoallergenic and easy to clean. The type used for the Inu Super Plus is silky and soft but I’d still recommend a splashing of water-based lube to aid penetration.

When the Inu arrived and I compared it to the GeeSlim I was surprised by how significant the size difference actually is. In total, the Inu has five insertable inches and five inches of girth around it’s widest point. If you’ve never inserted anything before then this will probably be too thick for you even with adequate lubrication so I wouldn’t recommend this to a complete beginner although it may be a suitable first-time toy for people who have experience with penetration from fingers or a penis. For me, the girth was within my ideal range and the length was perfect. I don’t like toys that hit the cervix and this one thankfully doesn’t get close enough to mine to brush up against it.

VeDO Inu Super Plus G-Spot VibratorA singular button on the base is in charge of all operations. Tap it once to start the vibrations, tap again to cycle through the functions and press and hold for a couple of seconds to turn it off. There are ten functions to choose from. Three constant speeds of varying intensity and seven different patterns. The patterns are simply not for me as I prefer constant speeds but there is a good variety for those who do experiment with them.

When I got my first feel of the vibrations I thought I’d picked up another toy by mistake as I wasn’t expecting the level of power that I got. In my opinion, it’s much stronger than either of the VeDO toys I’ve tried previously and would be best suited to people who know that they like power and can handle it. If you’re particularly sensitive to vibrations and find them overwhelming at times then this may not be the right product for you. I’m a lover of power and will take whatever I can get so the Inu gets a thumbs up from me on the intensity front.

VeDO Inu Super Plus G-Spot VibratorI tried it out clitorally first as I usually do and noticed that the lowest speed was rumbly, the medium was on the border and the highest was buzzy. The lowest speed wasn’t enough to bring me to the point of an orgasm externally so I went over to the highest speed and found climaxing quite easy from there.

The silicone surface is firm enough that I’m able to comfortably push it up against my clitoris for direct contact, maximum stimulation and my desired amount of pressure. If you’re like me and like toys to be as close to the clitoris as humanly possible, you’ll be pleased to know that it’s possible to achieve  that with this vibrator.

Firm surfaces and my g-spot go hand in hand so I was excited to see how this would hold up for internal use. I’m not much of a thruster with vibrators (I prefer to use dildos for that method of masturbation) so I don’t need as much length or width on a vibe which is where this toy fits perfectly into my collection. Some people like to thrust with every internal toy designed to hit their g-spot but I’d rather be as lazy as possible if I have vibrations willing to take over part of the work for me. If I were one of those people who preferred to put the work in myself then I think I’d be disappointed with this toy internally as it doesn’t have much ‘wow’ factor. It feels good but the dimensions aren’t enough to be filling and unfortunately, the texture is barely noticeable upon use.

VeDO Inu Super Plus G-Spot Vibrator

Without static contact to the g-spot, the Inu Super Plus doesn’t quite do enough stimulating to produce orgasms in my experience. Luckily for me, static contact is my thing so I was able to enjoy my encounters with this toy and have orgasms easily enough. I will say that I’ve had stronger/better orgasms from other toys with more pronounced curves or angles to the head but this is perfect for lazy masturbation sessions, quick releases and working out what feels good for my body.

Overall, I was impressed with the strength, the soft silicone exterior and the way that it stimulated my external and internal spots. I think it could have been better with more pronounced texture for additional stimulation and a touch more girth, but I think that some people will have great exploration experiences with this and be able to take it for what it is. More advanced users, people who like to thrust with their vibrators and those who are looking for serious texture will want to look elsewhere as this doesn’t meet those parameters. It also may not be the best choice for people who value discretion as it’s not the quietest toy around.

You can purchase the VeDO Inu Super Plus ($54.95/£39.60) from Peepshow Toys. You can get 10% off any purchases with the code “NatandTom”.

We received this product free of charge in return for our honest review. All views are our own and based on our experiences. Some affiliate links have been used within this post. 

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