What is the Most Powerful G-Spot Vibrator?

For some women, a G-spot vibrator may be the only way they can orgasm, and that's just fine! There are plenty to choose from, so many that you might be confused.

How long does a G-spot vibrator really need to be? Does a higher price indicate the best G-spot vibrator?

As it turns out, shape is more important than almost any other aspects of the G-spot vibrator, and this is all due to anatomy.

How to Use G-spot Vibrators

This type of vibrators is designed with a curved or bulbous shaft to stimulate your G-spot, which is located just beyond your pubic bone just a few inches deep along the front wall of the vagina. Because of its location, G-spot toys don't need to be incredibly long. Some G-spot vibes combine both curve and bulb.

It can be easier to locate your G-spot with fingers first. Look for a valley or dip. In it, you'll feel a small bunch of bumps. Aim for this spot when using your G-spot vibrator.

Not every woman needs a vibrator with a specialty shape to reach her G-spot. Straight, internal vibrators work for some. Some may even find that curved G-spot toys missed their G-spots. However, G-spot vibrators make it easier to find and stimulate this sweet spot for most women.

We recommend using personal lube whenever inserting a vibrator. It helps to make things more comfortable, and you can play comfortable for longer.

Differences Between G-spot Vibrators

G-spot vibrators vary in texture and flexibility. Some are rigid for intense stimulation while others might be more flexible. The best G-spot vibrators for you will depend on your specific anatomy. It may be shape more than vibrations that produce orgasm or even allow you to squirt.

Most G-spot vibrators are made of nonporous silicone and rechargeable; although, that isn't the case for all of them. You'll frequently find waterproof vibrators, so you won't have to worry if you're a squirter. Plus, you can take them with you in the shower.

Many G-spot vibrators now have multiple buttons to turn on and adjust the vibrations. However, some still have dial or single-button controls.

Additional Features of G-spot Vibrators

These are a few of the features you'll find on G-spot vibrators

USB rechargeable: Many vibrators now come with a cable that you can plug into your computer or USB adapter.

Multiple motors: The more power, the more orgasms? Maybe! Multiple motors are especially common with G-spot vibrators that are also dual stimulators.

Of course, companies are always adding bells and whistles to whet your appetite, so this list may not be complete.

The Best G-spot Vibrators - Reviews

1. LELO Gigi G Spot Vibrator

Lelo’s Gigi might as well be in a league of its own. Few vibrators are as well-loved or oft-touted as Gigi. And while it’s one of Lelo’s older toys, it’s still recommended by sex toy lovers the world over. The main reason? Gigi’s angular head, which provides serious G-spot stimulation. It’s all about the right shape than being super-sized with this you.

In fact, Gigi is the vibrating version of Lelo’s Ella dildo. The manufacturer’s sister company also have a toy with a similar shape.

But Gigi is the original, with Lelo’s familiar controls and plastic-and-silicone composition. Sure, you can invest in the “upgraded” Gigi 2, but there’s nothing quite like the original.

Things We Liked

  • Angled for G-spot stimulation
  • Can choose between Gigi 1 or 2

Things We Didn't Like

  • Not the strongest toy on this list
  • May be too small for some

2. LELO Mona 2

You might think that Lelo wouldn't mess with perfection after creating the Gigi, but you'd be wrong. However, Mona seemed to garner as much attention and love as the Gigi. This vibrator was created with a different shape – the shaft is more of an elongated bulb. And the motor is stronger than the original Gigi. You can no longer get the original Mona, but Mona 2 comes with an even stronger motor than the freshman effort.

If Gigi's head seems too angular for you, then Mona might be the better option. Plus, it's wider, which is great for those who need to feel filled. The 4-button controls on Mona are familiar to anyone who's owned newer Lelo toys. Like Gigi, Mona can be locked for travel and storage, but it's slightly easier by holding the + and – buttons simultaneously for a few seconds.

After huge success with the Mona, Lelo followed it up with the Mona Wave, which uses a unique “wave” movement in addition to vibration to stimulate your G-spot.

Things We Liked

  • Stronger motor than Gigi
  • More filling
  • Can choose from Mona 2 or Wave
  • Longer battery charge

Things We Didn't Like

  • Price

3. SVAKOM Cathy Waterproof G-spot Massager

Newcomer Svakom has wasted no time crafting sleek and stylish sex toys at affordable prices. Cathy is no exception. This G-spot vibrator is sleek while looking like a cheaper G-spot vibrator. Despite its affordable price, it's rechargeable, so you don't need to fumble with batteries, and made from body-safe silicone.

The Cathy vibrator has a slight curve and gradually increases in size, but it lacks the tapered angle of the Gigi or larger girth of the Mona. The Cathy is 1.18” in diameter at its largest. This might make it more beginner-friendly.

While Cathy is easy to use, the buttons are actually on the shaft and not the base, which may be problematic for some.

Things We Liked

  • Lower Price

Things We Didn't Like

  • May be too small
  • Shape may not be effective got G-spotting
  • Button location

4. MOJOY G Spot / Clitoral Stimulator

For those shoppers on a tighter budget or those who just aren't sure how they feel about G-spot stimulation and internal vibration, there's this option. Mojoy's g-spot vibrator costs just a fraction of the more expensive toys, and it's made from silicone. However, you'll need 2 AAAs to run it, and this means it may not provide strong and rumbly vibrations.

Instead of just a straight shaft with a bulbous head, there are ripples on the Mojoy vibrator. Plush silicone at the tip provides an alternative to the harder G-spot toys. Two buttons allow you to cycle through the ten functions; although, the toy won't remember the one you last used when you turn it on again.

Things We Liked

  • Price
  • Multiple functions

Things We Didn't Like

  • Needs batteries
  • Weaker

5. Vibrating Power Wand Massager

If you're not loyal to a particular brand, you might try this G-spot vibrator. With its “S” shape, this vibrator stands apart from others. For those with the right anatomy, that curve can stimulate both their G-spot and clitoris.

But this vibrator has something beneath the surface that might appeal to some people: three motors. You get an overall increase in vibration thanks to the triple motors, one each located at the tip, mid-shaft and near the clitoral nub.

The handle has been designed to make it easy to hold while pressing the three control buttons. And the shaft has more flexibility, so you can easier hit the right spots.

Things We Liked

  • Flexible shaft
  • Price
  • Multiple motors

Things We Didn't Like

  • May not fit every anatomy
  • May be too flexible for some

So which G-spot vibrator wins in this head-to-head competition?

You can't go wrong with the Mona 2, which offers a winning combination of shape, power and premium style.

But if the high price tag is too much of an investment or you need more flexibility than Mona 2, consider the Vibrating Power Wand massager.

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