NS Novelties Colours Wave Suction Cup Dildo Review

The Colours Wave is something different for NS Novelties: it’s their only nonrealistic dildo.1 I myself may have a strong affinity for realistic toys, but I think it’s important that people have options. Not everyone wants their sex toy to be a veiny, disembodied member (even if it’s in colored silicone), and that’s great!

NS Novelties Colours Wave silicone dildo blue dots

The Wave is available in this nice blue, and in purple too.

So I prepared myself to ride the wave,2 to see whether it would float my boat!3

First Impressions

I was surprised when I pulled the Colours Wave out of its box: it’s labeled as NS Novelties’ “firm” silicone just like the Colours Pleasures dildos are, but it most definitely feels softer. The Colours Wave’s medium firmness, combined with its satiny-smooth finish, reminds me a lot of the silicone in Blush Novelties’ stripey Avant dildos (Avant D5 review here).

The Colours Wave product dimensions read, “3” girth” (i.e., ≈0.95″ diameter), but that was absolutely not accurate with the toy I received. According to my tape measure, the Colours Wave’s head is 4 5/8″ circumference (≈1.47″ diameter)—right at the average dildo size. Under the head, though, the shaft tapers to about 3.75″ girth (≈1.2″ diameter), and stays that way until it begins to flare outward into the suction cup base.

Funkit NoFrillDo G, NS Novelties Colours Wave, NS Novelties Firefly 5 Inch silicone

Colours Wave between Funkit Toys NoFrillDo G (left) and NS Nov. Firefly 5″ Pleasures (right).

But I had my doubts about how the Colours Wave would feel inside me. Would the wavy texture make it awkward to use?

In Use

First off, I like the largeness of the Colours Wave’s head in comparison to most of the shaft. The head is bulbous, but in a very subtle way. The dildo’s front side has a rounded transition from the larger head to the smaller shaft, so I prefer to always use that side for G-spot stimulation.

NS Novelties Colours Wave silicone dildo view comparison

Side view (left) and front view (right).

The pressure isn’t too pronounced, though, so I wouldn’t classify the Colours Wave as a G-spotting toy. It’s more of a tugging sensation than a firm pressure.

So what about the wavy part? The Wave’s midshaft curve wraps around my pubic bone in a pleasant way—assuming I hold the toy at a specific angle. Alternately, if I insert less of the length, the first wave puts extra pressure on the mouth of my vagina.

Plus, there’s a second curve outward, where the Wave expands into the suction cup base. When I’m thrusting the toy by hand to create that forward angle I like, this thicker section stimulates the underside of my clit—so bonus points there. NS Novelties Colours Wave silicone dildo rubber duck

But…when I’m using it as a suction cup dildo on a wall, that last outward flare rams into the front of my pelvic bone and keeps me from getting the length I want. The usable length suddenly feels like about 4″ rather than 6″. This isn’t my style, but some folks may welcome less length.

And when it’s suction-cupped to horizontal surfaces, the Wave’s curves feel even more noticeable than when I thrust by hand. I’d most recommend it stuck to a smooth chair, so that it’s easy to lean back and use the Wave in tandem with a vibe. With the Wave, I’m not exactly floating in a sea of bliss, but it’s also not a bad ride. As always with NS Novelties dildos, the suction cup is very strong. Like with the Avant D3 suction cup, I have to pry this one off with a fingernail.

I do really like the Wave’s silicone firmness and finish. The shaft bends slightly when thrust, so that the wavy shape is very comfortable no matter how fast I’m going. I can see it being a good option for harnessed play in cases where the receiver is somewhat sensitive. Plus, the slight softness of the silicone makes the bulbous head nice to clench around. The matte silicone finish is velvety, something I very much enjoy, but if you like really glossy, slick silicone, I’d say to check out the similarly sized and priced NoFrillDos instead.

Final Thoughts

Overall, the Colours Wave is a nice addition to NS Novelties’s Colours silicone dildo collection. I personally wish the toy’s head had a little more oomph, but I think people who like smoother stimulation will be pleased with the Colours Wave. I was worried that the wavy shape of the shaft would feel awkward, but it actually wraps around my vulva in an interesting way. Plus the satiny, not-too-firm silicone means that the Colours Wave is clenchable and thrustable even if you’re on the sensitive side.

As with all of NS Novelties’ toys, the Colours Wave’s price is low, so it’s definitely worth a shot if you like abstract shapes and/or different-looking suction cup dildos.

You can find the Colours Wave dildo here. Save an extra 10% on your purchase when you use code FELICITY at checkout.

Peepshow Toys sent me this dildo in exchange for my honest review.

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  1. They have some jelly double dongs that aren’t all throbbing veins, etc., but those aren’t body-safe.
  2. Making word plays about this dildo’s name is 100% unavoidable. NS Novelties’ copy writers clearly had a field day with this one.
  3. I apologize. I can’t help myself here.

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