Review: Pillow Talk Sassy by BMS Factory, My Favorite G-Spot Vibrator

When I first tried to describe the Pillow Talk Sassy vibrator by BMS Factory, the words that popped into my head were: “The best G-spot vibe since sliced bread!”

It took me a second to realize that this phrasing was not only WAY superlative, but also didn’t really make any sense. But I’m running with it anyway, because the Pillow Talk Sassy outright demands all the flattering words I can hurl its way. Sassy offers rumbly goodness, and luxurious-feeling silicone, at such an affordable price: $43.1 Gone are the days when you’d have to pay $120 to get an insertable vibrator worth raving about.BMS Pillow Talk Sassy Powerful G-spot vibrator best vibe featured

How good is it? Well, I kept trying to write a review of the Jopen PavĂ© Vivian, another G-spot vibe that’s clearly modeled after the teal version of Sassy. I spent a week struggling to think of words to describe Vivian by itself before I decided, “Screw it, I’m just making this into a compare-contrast review.” I absolutely couldn’t write about the Jopen vibe without doing a point-by-point analysis with Sassy and its power. (And it’s not like Vivian is a weak vibe, either.)

Here’s why the Pillow Talk Sassy is now my #1 G-spot vibe.

The Shape

Sassy has a beautiful curve—like any G-spot toy, it leans forward, but the large bulb (the head) gently tapers into the shaft. This is a big deal for me because the “egg on a stick” G-spot vibe design, with a really slim shaft, doesn’t stimulate the mouth of my vagina like I like. (But, to be fair, that standard egg shape and Sassy’s shape work equally well for clitoral stimulation: Sassy’s forward curve presses nicely into my clit and vulva.)

Sassy’s average-sized shaft and bulbous head just feel right together. The curve is there—it’s more pronounced that the sleek S-shape of my second-favorite G-spot vibe, the Dorr Silker—but it’s not so dramatic as to be uncomfortable.BMS Pillow Talk Sassy Powerful G-spot vibrator flexible body

Sassy is also a lot more flexible than I’d expected. I like that because the big head still provides impact, but Sassy’s flexible neck makes it feel less abrasive when I get close to orgasm and, inevitably, start thrusting the toy.

That means the Pillow Talk Sassy’s impact isn’t like the Njoy Pure Wand’s big curve and hard pressure; instead, Sassy works so effectively because of its bad-ass motor.

The Power

If you haven’t felt rumbly power before, then welcome to the party—Sassy will be the one who invites you inside. Its vibes start out so deep, and they stay deep and penetrating even as the power level starts to increase. Maybe about 75% of the way up through the intensity progression, Sassy does start moving toward “buzzy”—but I’d argue the same about the ultra-rumbly We-Vibe Tango’s third steady speed, and definitely its fourth one.

Sassy gets much stronger than I’d expect from a vibe at this price point. So much so that I once confused the Pillow Talk Sassy with the Magic Wand (Plus)—a legendary name among powerful vibrators. Here’s the story: I was in a hotel room with my lover, who directed me to stay pressed up against the window until he came back to me. A minute or two later, he’d looked in my suitcase and picked out a toy (there were a fair number of options that weekend!). Since I couldn’t see anything except the curtain in front of my face, I didn’t know WTF he was doing—until the vibrator started against my vulva, pressing into me from behind. At first, I could’ve sworn it was the Magic Wand on the lower level or two, Sassy’s vibes felt so intense. I came fast.

Most of the time, though, I’m using Sassy solo. And the beautiful thing about its controls is that there are no preset speeds. Also, no patterns. If you’ve ever used a vibe with too many patterns before, let that sink in. Sure, up-and-down control buttons are ideal when a vibe has a lot of patterns—but what if you’re one of the many people who find patterned vibrations about as useful as air conditioning in Antarctica? And what about those times when you get the up button and the down button confused and it throws off your rhythm?

With the Pillow Talk Sassy, you just hold down the control button, then take your finger off when you get to an intensity that appeals to you. If you want the vibe to increase in power more later in your session, press and hold again. Getting used to this “incremental speed control” took me a few trial runs, because just hitting the button once will turn off the vibe. But now that I’m adjusted, I think it’s easier than up-and-down arrows. 

Finally, a note on BMS Factory’s renowned “PowerBullet technology.” BMS makes high-quality motors—but not all of them are exactly the same. In fact, for the first 8 months after I learned of Sassy’s existence, I ignored it. What happened was that I got a Pillow Talk Flirty first, and its power was, like, OK, but didn’t bowl me over. But I kept reading review after review saying how good Sassy was. Eventually it dawned on me: Pillow Talk Flirty (the bullet) and Pillow Talk Sassy (the G-spot vibe) both promise PowerBullet technology, but they have different motors. Both vibes are rumbly—but Flirty is just good, while Sassy kicks major butt.BMS Pillow Talk Sassy G-spot vibrator BMS Pillow Talk Flirty bullet vibe comparison

The Aesthetic

The BMS Pillow Vibes as a whole just look cute—you’d be hard-pressed to find a more attractive vibrator lineup, apart from the Zalo vibes and their gold touches plus crystal.

I like both the Pillow Talk vibes’ teal color and the light pink; both coordinate well with the silver touches and the Swarovski crystal control buttons. But when I’m actually using Sassy, what matters to me is feel, and that’s where the silkiness of the silicone coating matters.

I’m a very tactile person, and I love the diamond-pattern grip on this vibe—the extra sensation on my fingers. Don’t me wrong: most of the time my attention is entirely devoted to Sassy’s vibes on my G-spot or clit. But the easy-grip handle is a lovely bonus.

Mainly, I ignore the metal connector between the shaft’s silicone and the handle’s silicone, except for running my finger around it occasionally when I clean. If you want to be really thorough, Pillow Talk vibes come with a small brush kind of device that you can use on the metal section.

Overall Thoughts

The Pillow Talk Sassy is a vibrator so good for my body that I started trying to write about it immediately after I turned it on, before it even went near my genitals.2 It’s so good, it’s inspired me to write a comparative guide to G-spot vibrators. It’s so good, I keep removing bold and italics from this review because I don’t want to seem like I’m yelling all the time.

The vibration quality is excellent. It reaches a pretty high level of power at top speed (8/10, I’ve ranked it), but it also starts low. That’s why I’ll happily recommend Sassy to both the first-time vibe buyer and someone who’s used toys extensively. Plus the price point is just great for everyone.

I’d only steer vibe-seekers away from the Pillow Talk Sassy if they need extremely firm pressure and the most penetrating vibes out there: in which case I’d recommend the We-Vibe Rave (or the We-Vibe Tango, for a smaller toy).

You can pick up a Pillow Talk Sassy here. Use code PRSASSY at checkout to save 20%!

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  1. Use code PRSASSY to get the 20% discount off list price. Limited time only—discount will end by June 2019!
  2. But then I spent several months testing and retesting it, as I put together my G-spot vibe guide. Sorry, Jopen Key Comet II, your shape is great, but there’s just no competition vibe-quality-wise.

One thought on “Review: Pillow Talk Sassy by BMS Factory, My Favorite G-Spot Vibrator

  1. Liz Elliot

    March 18, 2019 at 4:10pm

    REALLY BETTER THAN THE COMET? Gosh that’s exciting, I’ve been thinking of getting it for myself. And your metaphors are delightful; air conditioner in Antarctica made me snicker.

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      Felicity

      March 18, 2019 at 4:49pm

      Vs. Key Comet II, it depends because with the Comet, you can really tell its origins as a pure G-spot dildo. It’s so much about the pressure (not that the Comet’s vibe quality isn’t good). With Sassy you have that extra flexibility that I love, but it’s not BULBOUS and HARD (yet silky) like the Comet wand. Sassy is rumblier and has the wider range of vibration intensity, though!

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