Love Rider G-Caress Dildo Review 4/10

  My ‘Bang for your Buck’ month is now underway and as such I’ll only be posting reviews for ‘affordable’ toys for the rest of February. YAY! I’m sure you’ll have noticed (if you’ve read my reviews) that price is always a sticking point for me and even an amazing toy will miss out on a 10/10 if I consider it over-priced. It may seem harsh but as someone who currently has only a tenner to spare each month after rent and bills I’m certainly not going to recommend any toy unless it’s truly worth saving for.

I want to find my readers inexpensive toys that are both good quality and actually worth using (we all know it’s not really a bargain if you bin the toy after a week). In my search for affordable toys to review I’ve come across a lot of ‘Love Rider’ products and I was intrigued to know if the low price tags would equate to low quality. So I did the only thing I could do as a blogger and asked a retailer (@TWLsecrets) if I could try some of their Love Rider dildos and they kindly sent me the G-Caress.

The G-Caress is an odd blend of simple and weird. It’s a very, very standard colour for this industry – pink. Hopefully one day manufacturers will realize there is such a thing as ‘too many pink toys’, and that we breached that after the first one was made. The shaft is a pretty minimal 4″ (10cm) in circumference (around the widest point) and is straight, non-textured and, well… boring. The head however has decided to shake things up a bit, it bends forward (yay for G-spotting) and it’s front is covered in raised dots.

G-Caress

There’s also a contoured indent that loops up and around the front of the head. It’s clear all the texture on this dildo is meant to be focused on the G/P spot and it seems the dildo might have been aptly named. The G-Caress is 6″ (roughly 15cm) in length which is pretty standard, and for me (who only needs 5″ max) this allows for more to hold onto.

The G-Caress is made of silicone but it’s the very solid, un-squishy kind. I am only able to flex it slightly just under the head. Other than the Mia Swirly (which my vagina fucking hated) this is easily the least squishy silicone I’ve ever attempted to squeeze.

With plenty of lube the nubs can feel nice slid over the clitoral hood – nothing capable of making me orgasm of course but still… good. Inserting the toy in theory should have been easy for me as it’s a lot smaller than many of my toys and has quite a pointed head. Weirdly it wasn’t, even with lots of lube it felt cumbersome and the nubs passing into me felt a lot like I was trying to exfoliate my vaginal opening.

Once in, the nubs felt far less intense (and un-welcome), in fact it was for the most part difficult to really make them out. I did my best to keep the toy against my G-spot but the curve isn’t intense enough to grab its attention. Thrusting feels more difficult that it should with a toy this small and a shaft this un-textured. Everything feels like a lot of effort, and the stimulation on my G-spot is fairly minor.

At no point did I need this dildo to get urgently out of vagina or wish it into a black hole never to be seen again but I really would not recommend twisting it side to side. The nubs feel draggy/grabby on your walls when you do this. The slight curve is not enough for me to get the kind of pressure I need in order for my G-Spot to respond and the dildo was too inflexible to try and angle. My Vaginal opening which is my other main pleasure zone got pretty much zilch out of the G-Caress because it’s neither wide enough or textured at the shaft.

Not great for thrusting, not great for clenching on, not great for twisting, like me this dildo is average to the fucking core and who wants average inside of them? Not me. Maybe I’ve been spoiled by squishy dual density dildos but I find this toy far too solid. If it had more of a curve, I could forgive it’s in-flexible ways but alas… it does not.

The base is not too difficult to hold onto when you’re using the toy on yourself and its substantial enough to make this anal safe. It would fit in a harness, if you wanted to give someone what I imagine would either be a very mediocre bang or a flaming uncomfortable one. The G-Caress base looks like it has a suction cup but don’t get your hopes up, it doesn’t work as one at all.

The G-caress ticks a lot of boxes in theory (silicone, textured, good length) but I just don’t love it, or to be quite honest… like it. I can’t imagine myself ever going back to it after this review and my vagina really won’t miss it. I wanted to be able to tell you that I’d found a silicone dildo quirky enough to create new and pleasurable sensations, a dildo that was certainly cheap enough to take a chance on. I can still tell you matter-of-factly that this IS a cheap silicone dildo but I can’t say with any iota of honesty that I’ve ever found using it particularly pleasurable.

If you personally like G-spot stimulation but don’t like extreme curves (or any kind of firm pressure on the G-spot) and need/like smaller girth-ed toys then the G-Caress could be worth considering. For me I either like my toys big and squishy, medium and textured or small, solid and wickedly curved. The G-Caress is none of those things.

Buy the G-Caress at Twilight Secrets for £30 (Roughly $37) or check out these similar Love Rider dildos that look quite promising.

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