The Pandora G-spot P-spot Stimulator
The Pandora is a G-spot and P-spot toy by Vibratex (creators of the famed Rabbit Habit from Sex and the City). Sue Johanson, from Sex with Sue Johanson, raves about this toy calling it “a real winner.” Well, sorry Sue, I have to respectfully disagree.
I used this toy to try and stimulate my G-spot, but because of several design features, it failed for me. While it is shaped like other popular prostate toys such as the Nexus Vibro and Aneros, it features a pivot point at the base between the three arms that allows the main arm to flex forward and backward and side to side. Although this may seem like a useful feature, it actually does not allow the toy to put sufficient “firm” pressure on either the G-spot and I suspect the P-spot as well, to provide adequate stimulation. Second, the tip of the toy is tapered to “provide pinpoint stimulation” and if you like the feeling of a pinpoint on your G-spot, you might enjoy this. For me, it felt like a skinny skeletal finger poking up inside of me, which was not in anyway comfortable. I find the most successful G-spot toys have a rounded wide probe that is firm enough to massage the G-spot, not poke it. Third, are the vibrations. When I first tried the vibrations in my hand, they felt powerful enough to stimulate me. And, while they did provide weak stimulation to my clitoris (not enough to get me off), inside my vagina and against my G-spot, the vibration was null and void. For my G-spot, this toy was an exercise in frustration.
Now, if only I had a prostate to try this toy with! But, unfortunately, the only person with a prostate (my partner) was not willing to allow me to stick this up his butt, so I again became the guinea pig for this experiment. I don’t use anal toys very much, as the times I have used them, although interesting, they were never pleasurable enough for me to want to try anal play on a regular basis. However, after watching many Nina Hartley films-the Queen of Ass-I decided to give anal a try with this toy. Nina says she enjoys anal play for G-spot stimulation, and while I don’t have a prostate, I thought I may enjoy the Pandora for indirect G-spot stimulation via my anus. But, once again, it felt like a skinny skeletal finger probing my ass, not very comfortable, and not enjoyable for me in the least. So, once again the Pandora failed for me.
Contest to Win a Pandora
I really would like to find out how this toy works on a guy who engages in prostate play, especially someone who has tried other prostate toys. So, I am giving away another Pandora to one lucky guy who promises to do a review on it for me. So any guys willing to try this toy out? You don’t have to be a reviewer, a writer or even a blogger. You just have to promise to try this out and give me your honest opinion on it. Your “review” can be as short or long as you like, as long as you tell me if you liked it, why or why not it worked for you, and you can even compare it with any other prostate toys you may have tried in the past. Pretty simple. To win this toy, just reply in the comment section of this post and I will pick a random winner from the people who have entered. Remember, you must have a prostate to enter, so sorry girls; this contest is for guys only, nothing personal. Contest ends February 28, 2009.
If you are looking for a good G-spot or P-spot toy, I recommend the Curve by Fun Factory [read my review to find out why it is my fav G-spot toy] for girls and the Aneros for boys. Thank you to Pink Cherry for providing the product for this review. If you live in Canada you can now shop at PinkCherry.ca.