Review: Pillow Talk Sassy G-spot vibrator

Review: Pillow Talk Sassy G-spot vibrator

My G-Spot is notoriously picky. Most of the time the toys that get everyone else off, leave me feeling rather meh and vice versa. So when I saw everyone raving about the Pillow Talk the last couple of years, I decided to sit back and wait. So when Betty’s Toy Box offered it to review, I took that as a sign and grabbed it to review. And the results I got for this toy gave me some surprises.

Pillow Talk Sassy

From its looks, the Pillow Talk Sassy seems like a simple g-spot vibrator. Its bulbed curved head, meant to target your spot. It’s shaped reminded me of what I tend to call ‘tulip bulb’ vibes. Though the shaft is much thicker on the Sassy. The other way this differs is the Sassy has a flexible neck, making it easy to bend and move so you can get it to match your body’s need. Most of the body is silicone though there is some ABS plastic for sections like the buttons.

  • Total length: 8 in (20,3 cm)
  • Insertable length: 5,25 in (13,3 cm)
  • Circumference: 4,75 in (12 cm)

The vibrations on the Sassy are gradual, meaning they go from high to low with no settings for patterns. You ramp your way up with a single touch of the button at the bottom. This button also allows you to travel lock the Sassy by clicking it three times. While it is waterproof, it is not submergible. So this is a shower toy, not a tub toy. It also comes with a USB cord that has a sticker labeling it as the cord for the Sassy, a storage bag, and even a small brush for cleaning the ridges!

So What Did I Think?

Upon taking the Sassy out of the box and testing the vibrations, I was impressed with how rumbly it was. For me, it was on par with the kind of rumbles I got from my Magic Wand or even Sola Cue. This gave me hope because my orgasms are built for that rumbly goodness. I had to play with the way turn it on/off for a bit, getting used to the controls before I was in the middle of trying to play with it. While I adore one-button controls, with the gradual rise in vibration I find there is a learning curve. Once in use, however, it is perfect. I think I enjoy gradual vibrations the most. Especially when I don’t have to cycle through patterns.

In use, I loved it! Not only as a toy for spot stimulation, but for clitoral stimulation as well. The round head perfect for teasing the clit before moving on to penetration. The vibrations were deep and rumbly even at its highest speeds. Also with the flexibility, I could penetrate myself while letting the shaft of the toy rub against my clit for extra stimulation. This combination is cause for one hell of an orgasm for me. This goes on the very short list of toys that make me ejaculate. And while that is not the kind of orgasm I have to have every time, knowing I can reach that with the Sassy is amazing. The travel lock also makes this a wonderful toy when I don’t want to drag my wands with me.

It’s the little things

One of the last things I want to rave about is the extras that come with the Sassy. While the bag is amazing, it is the cord and brush that I have fallen for. The cord being pre-labeled makes it easy for me to find and I wish more companies did this little thing. While I can make my own label, often it takes me months. The brush allows me to really make sure that I have gotten all the ridges on the toy clean. This is especially good for a toy that makes me squirt because it gets everywhere. And while I do have a toothbrush for cleaning at home, I don’t bring it with me on the go. So having it in the bag is just an extra perk.

Overall Thoughts

The Pillow Talk Sassy is a toy that looks simple but packs a surprising punch. If you are looking for a spot toy that is flexible enough to find the angles you need. And rumble enough to stand up to many a wand vibrator. This is the toy for you! Betty’s Toy Box sells the Pillow Talk Sassy for 52.99, though they often have many a wonderful sale! And it comes with free shipping!

Thank you Betty’s Toy Box for sending me this toy in exchange for this review.

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