Review: Tracey Cox Supersex G-Spot Vibrator 

Tracey Cox Supersex G-Spot VibratorI was not expecting this vibrator to work for me and the hopes I had for it were not high after my experience with the rechargeable version, but surprisingly, it didn’t feel the way I expected it to.

It’s packaged with the same presentation and colour scheme as the rest of the Supersex range, just a pink and black box with a picture of a couple on the front and some how-to’s on the back. It’s not tacky, seedy or intimidating, so I think this is a fantastically friendly option for beginners and couples who are looking to explore sex toys or the g-spot for the first time.

It’s made from smooth coated plastic, so should only be used with water-based lubricants, although I have found I don’t need to use much as the toy is so smooth, it glides easily enough without it. It’s completely submersible (providing the base is placed on tightly) so can be rinsed after each use with toy cleaner and even used in the bath or shower.

This vibrator is operated by a single double A battery, which is simple to insert. Just unscrew the base, put the battery inside the compartment as directed and then place the cap back on firmly. The base features the control panel, which has two buttons. A power button which will turn the toy on and off with a simple press and a wave button which scrolls through the various settings. Whilst the toy is in use, the control panel will light up, making this a great option to use in the dark.

It has ten different functions, three speeds and seven patterns. I typically avoid functions, finding that they don’t tend to work with my body or preferences, but I always give them a shot, just in case. After some experimentation, I came to the conclusion that these are the types of settings that I could potentially enjoy as they are all fast-paced, which is what I’d be interested in, should the power be at the right level. Unfortunately, the patterns on the Supersex don’t hold as much power as the constant vibrations do, which is why they don’t work for me, but I can definitely see them being enjoyable and useful to people are who a) are learning what types of vibrations they like or b) like moderately powerful fast-paced sensations.

I am a self-proclaimed power queen and often struggle with the strength of battery-operated toys and the (usually) weaker motor that they have, but this one seems to have got that aspect done well. I definitely wasn’t expecting the settings to be strong enough for me, considering the rechargeable version wasn’t, but I was mistaken. They don’t travel as freely as I’d personally like them to, as they seem to be focused in the tip rather than the shaft, but the strength is good.

I mainly stick to the third setting and this can generally bring me to orgasm within a reasonable time frame, which for me is less than half an hour. It takes roughly ten to fifteen minutes if I’m using this as a clitoral toy and twenty to thirty if I’m using it for its designed purpose as a g-spot vibrator. I’m very happy with this considering the amount of strength that I’m used to. The vibrations are of the buzzy type, but they are not numbing or desensitising so I will gladly use them, despite preferring rumbly sensations.

I really like the shape of this toy, as the curve is in the perfect position for my body. I have come across several g-spot vibrators where the curve is halfway down the shaft and this just seems to catch on my pubic bone and cause discomfort, but this one is just below the head which is perfect. If I tilt the toy upwards slightly, it will find the g-spot without much difficulty and the vibrations will begin stimulating it as I gently rock the toy back and forth. I personally didn’t like thrusting this toy as I didn’t get the best stimulation from it, but it may work better for others. Relaxing, rocking motions seem to be the way to make this toy work for my body and I can orgasm through doing this, although I will admit that it doesn’t give me the strongest relief possible.

The only negative thing that I have to say about the Supersex G-Spot Vibrator revolves around the noise level. It is not the quietest toy that I’ve ever used and noise tests have proved that it can be heard (although not loudly) through my closed bedroom door.  I would recommend playing some background music if you’re a person who requires discretion when using toys, as this should cover any remaining sound that it makes.

Tracey Cox Supersex G-Spot Vibrator

Overall, I wasn’t expecting big things from this toy and I was surprised when I liked it as much as I did, but it’s always nice to find cheaper alternatives to the luxury brands to recommend to you guys. The rechargeable, luxury version was just too flexible and numbing for me, so surprisingly, I prefer this version. It might be the only time I will ever prefer a battery operated vibrator to a rechargeable one, so I haven’t rated this lightly!

You can purchase the Tracey Cox Supersex G-Spot Vibrator (£19.99) from Lovehoney. Affiliate links have been used within this post.

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