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G-Spot Vibrators: How To Choose The Best One (And Our Suggestions!)

Alexandra Fine, Credentialed Sexologist, M. Psych | Written by Dame

You’ve heard the saying “like a kid in a candy store?”

An even more-impressive description might be “like adults in a sex toy shop.” (Although to be honest, more adults are shopping for sex toys on Amazon than in sex shops these days.)

Seeing such a wide assortment of dildos, vibrators and more exotic toys could make just about anyone with a pulse tingle, even if they originally intended to only purchase some lube. The temptation to buy one or two of today’s wonders of sexual engineering can easily be overwhelming.

But which one to choose?

It’s not difficult to narrow down the options – to a degree. Most vibrators can be used by just about anyone, but they’re usually designed for specific purposes.

A clitoral vibrator like a fingertip vibe will certainly produce some stimulation when used on nipples or a penis, but its real purpose is pinpoint clitoral stimulation. A prostate massager can certainly fit into a vagina, but it’s shaped to massage a penis-haver’s prostate, not hit the G-spot.

Speaking of which…what is the best vibrator for G-spot stimulation?

Glad you asked. We happen have a complete rundown of the best choices right here.

If this is the first time you’re thinking about the G-spot and G-spot orgasms, though, you may want to scroll past these reviews – and check out our detailed look at the subject, along with our comprehensive G-spot vibrator buying guide.

The Best G-Spot Vibrators

Standard G-Spot Vibrators

Lelo Gigi 2

The Gigi 2 is perfectly angled to hit the G-spot, and its flat tip ensures maximum contact; the company calls it the “Shiver Maker” for good reason. There are eight intensities ranging from slow vibration to deep and powerful pulsing, it’s USB-rechargeable with a battery life lasting up to four hours, and it’s also waterproof, body-safe (medical-grade silicone and ABS plastic) and whisper-quiet. The Gigi 2 is less expensive than many competitors, too. Lelo’s Mona 2 rounded-head vibe is also great; it’s thicker but with fewer intensity settings, and it also costs a little more.

Dame Arc

Dame makes terrific sex toys, and their Arc G-spot vibrator is no exception. It’s made from medical-grade silicone with an ergonomically-designed handle that’s extremely comfortable to use. Its squishy bulb has a flat edge (along with a ridge that works perfectly if you want to use this vibe on your clitoris), there’s a very powerful motor with five rumbly speeds and five intensity levels, and the whole model is waterproof. It will run for 90 minutes on a USB charge and comes with a three-year warranty.

WeVibe Rave

This simple-looking vibe is sleek and smooth, angled nicely to hit the G-spot with its curved head when you twist it using the ergonomic handle. The Rave is made from body-safe silicone, and provides ten well-designed intensity settings. It’s hiding a secret though; it’s also able to be controlled remotely via Bluetooth from the We-Connect app. You can even use the app to customize the Rave for your favorite vibration experience. The price is right, too.

Fun Factory Stronic Drei

Fun Factory takes a different approach to G-spot toys with their Stronic line: these models don’t vibrate, they thrust back-and-forth instead. (They work with magnets and weights, so they can’t be used by those with pacemakers installed.) Our choice is the textured Drei, which has ridges up and down the medical-grade silicone shaft, along with a penis-shaped head. There are six speeds and six vibration patterns, and the USB charge lasts for about four hours. Just be sure this is the right choice before you click “buy now,” since this is the most expensive “simple” vibe on our list.

G-Spot Rabbit Vibrators

WeVibe Nova 2

WeVibe’s back, this time with a terrific rabbit model that can satisfy two erogenous zones at once. The Nova 2 has dual motors that control the bunny ears and shaft’s vibrator, along with what the company calls a “flexible clitoral stimulator” that moves with your clitoris as you rock the toy back-and-forth in your vagina. It’s made from soft body-safe silicone, it’s waterproof, it’s USB-rechargeable – and perhaps most fun of all, the Nova 2 can also be app-controlled.

Lovehoney Fifty Shades of Grey Greedy Girl

This big rabbit vibrator with a big name is also a big seller – and it’s been a best-seller for years. Just don’t immediately be scared away by its size; the experience is worth trying out. The two motors do a great job of buzzing the clitoris with the bunny ears and rumbling the G-spot with the curved shaft (with bulb head). And there’s a lot to play with, with three speeds and nine vibration patterns for the shaft, and three speeds for the clit massager, that makes 36 different, stimulating choices. The Greedy Girl is body-safe silicone, waterproof and USB-rechargeable. Just one caution: it’s not as flexible as the Nova 2, so some vulva-havers may not be able to hit both pleasure spots at the same time.

Satisfyer Pro + G-Spot Rabbit

Ready for a different type of experience? Satisfyer’s toys (and others, like the Womanizer) use air pulse technology to stimulate the clitoris with air pulses instead of vibrations, simulating the feeling of oral sex. And they’ve added that feature to a G-spot vibrator, to come up with the Pro + G-spot rabbit. The curved tip is made from body-safe silicone (with an ABS plastic handle, cutting the cost to a reasonable level), and the clitoral stimulator delivers pressure waves contact- and hands-free; they’re controlled with two separate motors. The sensations have to be felt to be believed – and if you needed an extra bonus, this vibe comes with an unprecedented 15-year limited warranty.

Other G-Spot Options

Best G-Spot Dildo: Njoy Pure Wand

A dildo that costs as much as a vibrator? Absolutely, and for many vulva-havers, it’s definitely worth it. The Njoy Pure Wand is a versatile, medical-grade stainless steel dildo that is curved perfectly to stimulate the G-spot – and also for massaging a penis-haver’s prostate – with its round bulbs. Adding to the versatility: this ergonomic and beautiful toy is reversible, with a one-inch bulb on one end and a 1½ inch bulb on the other. Many who’ve tried it say it delivers the most intense G-spot orgasms they’ve ever felt.

Best G-Spot Vibrator for Beginners: Fun Factory Patchy Paul

Those who find the idea of G-spot vibrators a bit intimidating might want to start with a softer, more flexible vibe like the Patchy Paul. It provides rumbly and powerful vibrations, but the pressure you feel against the G-spot is less intense, making this the ideal way to get used to the sensations of G-spot stimulation. There are still multiple speeds and patterns, and the shaft is ridged; this one will simply feel gentler. The loop handle makes the Patchy Paul easy to hold and maneuver, too. It’s available at Babeland.

Best Discreet G-Spot Vibrator: JeJoue G-Spot Bullet

This bullet vibrator has a simple design, it’s less than five inches long, and it’s designed for G-spot stimulation. That makes it much smaller than most G-spot vibes, and it’s certainly more discreet. The JeJoue Bullet features five speeds and seven rumbly vibration patterns, and is curved to hit the right spot with its tapered head. Just be aware that JeJoue says the “insertable length” is just two inches – so it might be too small for many vulva-havers.

All About the G-Spot

Is the G-Spot Real?

Ask any vulva-haver who’s enjoyed the incredible, whole-body climax that a G-spot orgasm can produce, and you’ll probably be convinced.

But it’s been 70 years since German physician Ernst Gräfenberg (the inventor of the IUD) first described the “spot” on the anterior vaginal wall, and 40 years since Rutgers professor Beverly Whipple named it after Gräfenberg. And it wasn’t until recently that much of the medical and sexual research community has finally been convinced of its importance.

In 2012, a comprehensive review of research showed conclusively that not only is the G-spot anatomically real, but that G-spot dysfunction is also real and should be treated therapeutically. There are still a few vocal skeptics, like Italian sexologists Vincenzo Puppo and Emmanuele Jannini, who insist that there’s no real proof that the G-spot exists. They’re in the vast minority, however. The G-spot is real and an important source of sexual pleasure for those with vulvas.

That leaves two important questions: why is hitting the G-spot so incredibly pleasurable, and how does it produce such intense orgasms?

The G-Spot’s Location: It’s Important

The anterior (front) wall of the vagina is an interesting place, since it’s very close to the body’s sexual, urinary and reproductive organs. And at the area a few inches inside the vagina, where the G-spot is located, the wall is able to come into contact with the internal clitoris.

That calls for a brief time-out. If you thought the clitoris was simply the small “pleasure button” in the vulva, you’ve missed the bigger picture. The clitoris is actually a large sexual organ, which extends as many as five inches into the body. And it contains a wealth of sensitive nerve endings.

The genital area that most people call the clitoris is really just the “glans clitoris,” the small part of the organ that sticks out of the body. It’s obviously crucial for vulva owners’ sexual excitement and satisfaction, but as they say in the TV commercials, “wait, there’s more.”

Most experts believe that G-spot stimulation causes the vaginal wall to hit the legs of the internal clitoris, generating pleasure throughout the organ and sending those “pleasure signals” to the brain. Others contend that the area of the wall surrounding the G-spot contains more blood vessels and nerve endings than the rest of the vagina, and that’s the secret of G-spot stimulation.

Either way, it’s unquestionably a fertile area for sexual exploration and excitement, and a spot that can produce amazing orgasms.

It can produce something else, too.

A Few Words about Squirting

We’ve mentioned the many organs that are in close proximity to the G-spot. Two of them are the lesser vestibular glands, more commonly known as the Skene’s glands. They’re responsible for lubricating the urethra, but more importantly, they contain the same prostate tissue found in penis-havers’ prostates and are often referred to as the “female prostate.”

During sexual arousal, the Skene’s glands fill with fluid. And if they’re stimulated – which can happen when the vaginal wall contacts them through G-spot stimulation – that fluid is released as ejaculate. In other words, a squirting orgasm occurs.

That may be another reason why G-spot orgasms can feel so different than clitoral climaxes. Penis owners who’ve experienced prostate orgasms will tell you that they are immensely powerful experiences. And since the Skene’s glands are loaded with prostate tissue, that could also be why G-spot climaxes are often mind-blowing.

How Do You Find the G-Spot?

G-spot vibrators are designed for contact with the right spot. Naturally, though, it helps if you know exactly what you’re aiming for – and the best way to initially locate the G-spot is with your fingers.

If you can, get excited first, because that will produce natural lubrication that makes exploration easier. Otherwise, lube is almost definitely a must. Insert two fingers into the vagina, and use the index finger to begin feeling along the front wall (the one closer to the belly button) with a “come here” motion. The G-spot will usually be between 1-3 inches into the vagina.

Some people will feel the G-spot as a rougher patch than the surrounding area, but for others, it may not be discernable simply from touch. If you’re in the latter group, simply start playing. When you “hit the spot,” you’ll probably notice a sexual response or arousal that’s different than you’re accustomed to from vaginal play.

Congrats, you’ve found the G-spot! Now you can incorporate it into your sex play.

Making It Easier to Hit the G-Spot

As you’ve now understood, it’s not “automatic” that vaginal penetration or manual play will stimulate the G-spot. Vibrators designed for the purpose will definitely make it easier. But there are also some sex positions that can increase the chances of having a G-spot orgasm.

  • Doggy-Style: You probably know from experience how deep penetration can be in this position, and that’s one of the keys to G-spot stimulation. Here’s the other one: instead of going in-and-out, the penis-haver or strap-on wearer should use a side-to-side motion (or move the vulva-haver’s body side-to-side). That way there will be prolonged contact with the G-spot, not just a series of “brush-bys.”
  • Cowgirl: Here’s another deep-penetration position that can enhance G-spot stimulation. The best way to ensure it: the vulva owner arches their back or moves back-and-forth, to make proper contact with the sweet spot.
  • Wheelbarrow: This standing position, with the vulva-haver’s arms on the floor, is another one that can open things up for optimal G-spot contact. The angles almost guarantee that the penis or dildo will be in perfect position for a rollicking G-spot orgasm.

G-Spot Vibrator Buying Guide

The Shape

Let’s start with the obvious: the G-spot is inside the vagina, so you’re going to need a vibrator designed for penetration. A clitoral toy like a magic wand vibrator or finger vibe isn’t going to do the job. (Some wands do come with G-spot attachments, though.) Fortunately, these days most penetrative toys are actually G-spot models, so you’ll have a large number to choose from.

The vibrators that are best able to stimulate the G-spot will be thick with curved shafts, usually shaped sort of like the capital letter “J.” Their heads may be bulb-shaped or they may have a flatter head that can sit right on top of the G-spot, while those with curved or hooked tips provide pinpoint contact. In any case, there’s one word to keep in mind: soft. A vibrator with a hard head may make the experience painful rather than pleasurable.

On the other hand, the shaft should be firm enough to let you target the area you’re aiming for, and the vibrator should be the right size for your anatomy. You’re no stranger to your vagina; if you see a monster that makes you gasp “OMG!” it’s probably too big. And if it looks too small, it probably is. A textured shaft can also provide more pleasure.

The Material

The material(s) that any vibe is made from are very important; they should be body-safe and non-porous.

The ones to be particularly wary of are made from PVC, jelly rubber and vinyl. Some of them contain phthalates, toxic chemicals used to make plastics last longer which are also known to be sex hormone disruptors. They can affect sex hormone levels, causing major problems like reduced fertility and reproductive problems. They’ve also been linked to multiple health issues including obesity and a worsening of asthma and allergies, and can affect unborn children.

Why non-porous? Porous materials like cyberskin, PVC and jelly rubber are usually softer, but they’re notorious for harboring bacteria and fungi, even when washed diligently. A porous vibe can bring yeast infections and STDs into your sex life in very annoying ways, to put it mildly. If they simply feel better to you, be sure to use a condom with them. The same goes for vinyl vibrators, which are less-porous but can still be Petri dishes.

That leaves us with non-porous materials like ABS plastic, Pyrex, stainless steel and silicone. The first three are “safe,” but they’re also hard. Many people find the best choice to be medical-grade silicone, which is softer and more pliable, body-safe, and easy to clean. The only drawbacks: you can’t boil silicone vibes, and you can’t use them with silicone-based lube (which will cause them to degrade).

The Features

Naturally, shape and material aren’t the only factors to consider when buying a G-spot vibrator. Here are some of the others to think about.

  • Vibration: Most vibes designed for penetration will produce “rumbly” vibrations rather than “buzzy” ones; the buzzy ones are best for stimulating the clitoris, while rumbles are better able to get internal nerve endings excited. G-spot models are likely to rumble, but some cheaper ones designed for “multiple purposes” may not.
  • Vibration speeds and vibration patterns: The more the better, because they can vary the experience and let you fine-tune your way to the stimulation that will make your body sing. Just be aware that the more vibration modes, the more expensive a toy is likely to be.
  • Wireless: Many people find wireless vibes more convenient for controlling vibration speeds and patterns; they’re also fun for couples to use.
  • Dual function: Rabbit vibrators can provide exquisite clitoral stimulation while also hitting the G-spot, making incredibly-satisfying “blended orgasms” possible. It’s best if these models have dual motors, so the buzzy vibrations from the rabbit ears can be controlled separately from the rumbly ones from the shaft. Just be sure that the rabbit is designed to be able to contact the G-spot; many cheaper ones aren’t.
  • Waterproof: Some vibes are and some aren’t. But if you’re a fan of shower, bath or swimming pool sex play, keep this factor in mind while shopping. Also remember that water-resistant isn’t the same as waterproof; water-resistant vibrators will be easier to clean, but can’t go into the bathtub with you.
  • Power source: Rechargeable vibes for the win. Cheaper ones that have replaceable AA or AAA batteries have a way of dying at the most inopportune moments.
  • Appearance: Function is always more important, but a vibrator’s appearance may make you happy – and it’s easier to get aroused and climax when you’re happy.
  • Price: High-quality G-spot vibes are among the most expensive toys you’ll find. If you’re not sure whether you want to incorporate G-spot play into your sexual diet, you might want to start out with a cheaper toy until you’ve become devoted to G-spot climaxes. Just don’t buy solely on the basis of price; that’s the easiest way to be disappointed with your purchase.

What About G-Spot Dildos?

Sure, those G-spot sex toys can work, too. They’re almost a necessary choice for those who are so sensitive that they can’t tolerate internal vibration, and for those who are incorporating G-spot stimulation into their strap-on play.

For masturbation, though, you might find that it’s easier to have a G-spot orgasm if a vibrator is doing “most of the work,” in an area that can be difficult to reach and stimulate just the right way.

As with almost everything that involves sex – it’s a matter of personal preference.