Dorr Silker G-Spot Vibrator Review

The Dorr Silker was a revelation to me. It’s an insertable vibe that I like—a lot. I love this G-spot vibrator, in fact!

When I started testing it, I quickly found myself wondering why the Dorr Silker turns my gears. It’s not the most powerful internal vibe around—if you want to be bowled over, then check out a Swan Wand. But it is reasonably strong, and more than that, the vibrations penetrate. They travel through flesh like those of no other G-spot vibe I own.Dorr Silker G-spot vibrator featured image Phallophile Reviews

Especially on the first and second steady speeds (out of 6 total), the Silker’s vibration intensity speaks to my vagina. And as a fun sidenote, the vibes carry so well that I can feel my asshole tingling too. (And in an erotic way, not a “Hmm, maybe I did a bit too much anal suction cup dildo testing today” kinda way.)

I enjoy chilling out on the Silker’s first steady speed for a good while. Sometimes it’s even enough to get me off by itself, when I twist the Silker’s flat, curved head side to side. But it’s the second speed of this vibe that gives me that familiar “Fuck, I need to clench so I can come” feeling.

And it’s not just the vibration quality, but also the Dorr Silker’s shape that makes me reach for it. It’s what I’d call “G-spotty”…but not in an extreme way. What I mean is that it the Silker’s curve is there, it’s rounded—graceful, even; this toy has a beautiful outline—but it’s not gonna ram into your G-spot and make it beg for mercy. Because with vibrators, my G-spot likes being caressed rather than aggressed.

True story: I refused to review the super-popular L’Amourose Prism V1 because I thought the curve was too intense. (It’s not like I turn down well-respected toys a lot, no, not me.) But the Silker takes that S-shape and makes it manageable if you’re like me and you sometimes enjoy moving your insertable vibe in and out.Dorr Silker G-spot vibrator full length

The Silker’s gentle curve is just right for sliding rhythmically to stimulate the mouth of my vag. More than that, the mostly flat shape ends in a slight point. I think it’s super exciting to turn right and left, back and forth, as I move toward orgasm. It’d also be great if you’re someone who likes focused pressure clitorally. Personally, I’m all about rubbing the broad, flat head again my junk when I’m using it as an external vibe—and this way, the Dorr Silker’s vibrations also work so well for me that I was glad I had a towel handy the last time I used it on my clit. Dorr Silker G-spot vibrator head

And guess what. (This section is going to have a lot of emphasis, because my mind is still blown.) The patterned vibrations are actually enjoyable too. (Sometimes!) I don’t know how this happened—I was expecting to ignore them.2 So when I started testing the patterns, I was just doing my due diligence as reviewer. But then I CAME ON ONE OF THEM. That’s right, I orgasmed on a vibration pattern. It was unprecedented.

The best part about the patterns, hands-down, is that you can adjust the intensity of every one of them—customize them to your taste. Each of the 5 total patterns can be moved from power levels 1–6, for a total of 30 combinations (plus the 6 steady speeds by themselves).3

So which was the one I liked? Well, the first couple patterns are “meh” for me: #1 is a sloooow pulsing that I found kinda arousing that one time, but then I just got bored. And #2 is that worst of offenders, the jackhammer. I just can’t even.

But the third pattern rolls. On this one, I can really feel that the Dorr Silker has multiple motors inside. The vibrations start right above the control buttons and then progress to the Silker’s tip, lingering there. It’s like that one pattern I enjoyed on the Doc Johnson iRipple but, like, ten times better.

Once, after coming really hard on pattern #3, I kept trying to move into pattern #4—but I couldn’t. Pattern #3 had me transfixed. Finally I had another couple orgasms and managed to move onto pattern #4, hopeful about all its possibilities. I thought maybe I’d discovered a new mythical creature, a vibrator with multiple patterns I could enjoy.

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Speaking of fantastical creatures…check out the bulk of the Silker’s head next to the (also average-width) Uberrime Xenuphora tentacle dildo. Yes, please.

But pattern #4 was just jarring, while pattern #5 made me wonder whether the series of orgasms I’d just had was all a dream. My thoughts ran along the lines of: “WTF is this??? People like these weird, random alternations???”4

I later had one other coming-back-down-to-reality moment with the Silker. In use I like the cool, slick feel of the metallic grip against my fingers. (The only word for its shape is “ergonomic.”) But as far as cleaning goes, it’s irritating. The seam between the smooth silicone and the metallic plating collects lube and all those wonderful sex juices that vaginas produce, so it needs extra care. I’d rather not have to run my nail around the top of the seam every time I wash the toy, trying my best to remove all the gunk.Dorr Silker G-spot vibrator zinc alloy handle

Besides that, the Silker has all the attractive features you should expect from a luxury vibe: USB rechargeable and waterproof, with a smooth silicone coating. Plus of course it’s body-safe and sanitizable—just take an extra minute with that crack.

Overall Thoughts

The Dorr Silker’s penetrating vibes and gentle curved shape—plus that one vibration pattern I actually like—make it my new favorite insertable vibe. In fact, if I was suddenly forced to choose only three powered sex toys to use for the next year, the Silker would be in that group.5 This is how good it is for me:

I recently declared the Fun Factory Stronic Real Pulsator the best mechanical thing I’d ever put into my vagina. That’s no exaggeration—I will stand by my Stronic infatuation now and forever. BUT. This weird thing happened to me: One night I was torn between using my Stronic Real and the Dorr Silker. It was a close call, and you’d better believe I chose the Stronic. The next night, though, I realized I’d missed out on the Silker enough that I wanted to use it above any other toy I own.

I’d recommend it to you if you want:

  • An insertable vibe with power that’s penetrating—but not extreme
  • Rumbly-ness on the lower speeds (starts getting a bit buzzy on the last three steady speeds, especially the highest one)
  • Broader stimulation: the curve provides G-spot pressure, but not the super-focused variety
  • Patterns whose power you can adjust!

You can pick up a Dorr Silker here. Right now it’s 10% off with Peepshow Toys’ tiered sitewide sale (details here), discount applied at checkout.

My thanks to Peepshow Toys for sending me this toy in exchange for my honest review. I always tell my readers when something does not work for me or when I think it’s badly designed. If you want to support my writing, you can make your next sex toy purchase—whatever it is—by clicking through my affiliate links and then buying. (Doing so costs you absolutely nothing: in many cases, you’ll even save money by using my discount codes.)

  1. Now no longer manufactured, since L’Amourose is apparently out of business as of earlier this year.
  2. I mean, it’s not like I’ve bitched about patterns before in any previous review or anything like that.
  3. I can only assume that this is what Dorr means by the nebulous term “Turbo function,” given that Dorr’s own product listing totally neglects to mention the Silker’s patterns.
  4. If you are one of those people who likes their vibes to come and go in seemingly random bursts, my apologies, you’re amazing.
  5. The other two being the Stronic Real, discussed next; and the NS Luxe Electra Bullet.

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