G-spot orgasms are my purest pleasure — so, for the last 2.5 years, I’ve thoroughly tested the best G-spot vibrators & compared the hell out of them! Here, I rank my 8 best G-spot vibrating toys based on their power, rumbly vibration quality, ease of use, and G-spot stimulating impact—so you can choose which is best for you. All are made of 100% body-safe materials,1—but luckily, not all have luxury price tags.
Before we jump in, let me say: G-spot vibrators don’t have to be for the vagina only! The vast majority of “insertable” vibe owners will use that toy clitorally at least some of the time, make it a clitoral vibrator. Moods change, hormones change, and I love that my favorite G-spot vibrator can accommodate that.2
For each vibe, I’ll describe my general impressions plus rate it on a scale of 1 to 10 for:
- Rumbliness (How deeply penetrating are the vibes? Do they travel through flesh well, or are they high-pitched and “buzzy,” a.k.a. surface-level?)
- Overall power
- G-spot impact
- Ease of use (= How easy is it to turn on/off and change functions? How does it fit in the hand?)
- Decibel level (not on a scale of 1 to 10), where “normal conversation” is 50 to 60 dB and dishwashers get up to 60 dB.3
This guide covers G-spot stimulation vibrators only, updated for 2021! It doesn’t include the Fun Factory Stronic G pulsator (unique motion discussed here) or non-vibrating G-spot dildos (which are great for a more realistic feel).
OVERALL RANKING SUMMARY
In short, I would recommend the Pillow Talk Sassy ($54) as the best overall G-spot vibrator & best beginner option; the Impressions line ($59.99) for real power + OK suction cup (but harder-to-operate buttons); Rialto by Vedo ($69.99) for a realistic penis shape; or We-Vibe Rave ($119) for rumbly, focused, firm G-spot pressure (and decent app control). Save 10% off all with discount code FELICITY at checkout.
This ranking includes many close calls and three ties—being among the best is a tough competition. Skip ahead to any toy’s fuller review! Or click to enlarge the full ranking points summary below, rating each best G spot vibrator:
Pillow Talk Sassy (8.6)
4-Point Rating: 8.6 out of 10; $54
Wins for: Best Gentle G-Spotter; Best Power Range; Silky Silicone
Detailed Review Here
IMO, Pillow Talk Sassy by BMS Factory is the best bang for your buck: a very rumbly motor and a great range of powerful vibration—for less than half the price a luxury G-spot vibe would sell for 5 years ago. And it’s cute: Sassy comes in teal, and in rose pink (seen below).
Sassy starts out low and deep: I knew it was quality at first rumble. The vibes get much stronger, and slightly more buzzy at the highest power. Still, it’s a vibe I can use late at night without ever wondering whether anyone can hear, as the vibes are never shrill, and it’s remarkably quiet. (Read more extra-quiet Pillow Talk praise here.)
Pillow Talk Sassy is unique because there are no preset speeds. Instead, you press down the Swarovski crystal control button until you’re satisfied with the intensity, then release. No cycling through a bazillion patterns you care nothing about! (*cough* Diamond Wand *cough*)
The bulbous head almost demands a cheesy adjective like “luscious,” because of how silky the bodysafe silicone finish is. Sassy’s neck is slightly flexible (see pic here), so if you want really hard G-spot pressure rather than just good vibes, keep reading for the Blush Impressions toys, We-Vibe Rave, or Swan Wand. Personally, I dig Sassy’s not-so-hard feel alongside the deep vibes — it’s just remarkable being tugged down onto my G-spot over and over, or rubbed against my clit (even for squirting stimulation!).
Blush Impressions Dildos
4-Point Rating: 8.05 out of 10; $59.99
Wins for: STRONGEST Power; If You Want It Suction-Cupped
Detailed Review Here
Are you looking for the STRONGEST? Blush’s Impressions vibrating dildos shake you right from the beginning. They’ve got 5 steady speeds, with even the first being intense and orgasmic for me. I compared them to the Doxy Die Cast wand in that way: off to a strong, rumbly start—and the most powerful toys in their respective categories. There are no other vibrating suction cup dildos that can compete with Blush Impressions.
I particularly recommend the Impressions N5 (top) for hitting your G-spot. Its rounded, bulbous head gives me flashes of Pure Wand power. And I favor the Impressions N1’s light, rippling ridges when I want a powerful thrusting experience.
The 5 steady speed functions are really a perfect number: a pretty good range, without being excessive. (A trait shared by the Blush Wellness G Curve, discussed next.) They could be rumblier to start, and the “cycle through” button control is a bit annoying if you just want to back down one steady vibration speed. Impressions have 10 vibrating functions total: 5 steady intensities, then 5 vibration patterns.
As suction cup dildos, Blush Impressions are hands-free if you’re good with firm pressure. The smooth, thin silicone coating allows the vibes to come through strongly (rather than being dampened by the silicone, like in bullet-vibe-compatible dildos). The flared bases make Impressions vibes harness-compatible and safe for anal/prostate play too, unlike other toys in this guide.
4-Point Rating: 8.15 out of 10; $69.99
Wins for: Best Beginner’s Vibe; Sleek & Easy to Hold
Detailed Review Here
Available in 3 tones (from vanilla to black), the Vedo Rialto is a realistic vibrating dildo that’s body-safe silicone AND has good power — 2 vibrating “dual motors,” to be exact. In the past, vibrating realistics have been trashy jelly materials, with twist dial control and weak battery-operated motors — but Rialto is changing that. Its targeted, realistic head hits my G-spot beautifully, as I feel the motor power rumbling inside my vagina.
If you dig more phallic (penis-resembling) sex toys, Rialto’s shape will definitely appeal; and if you’re a power fan, it does relatively well there (7.25 max. power rating, as strong as Lelo’s Mona 2 and the Fun Factory Big Boss). The Rialto vibrating dildo has 60 possible vibration modes due to its 6 intensities x 10 functions: that means 6 stead vibration levels, which are easy to operate through the + and – button controls.
This toy’s silicone is silkier than the Fun Factory Big Boss, and as powerful, for 55% the Fun Factory vibrator’s price. It’s firmer G-spot pressure than a realistic dildo: read more on Rialto’s realism level here. Because of the smooth feel, I love rubbing it on my clit too, and instantly made it a squirting dildo! 🔥
Blush Wellness G Curve
4-Point Rating: 8.05 out of 10; $59.99
Wins for: Best Beginner’s Vibe; Sleek & Easy to Hold
Detailed Review Here
The Wellness G Curve, also by Blush, is simply a solid vibe. Very good power, excellent speed progression, and a more slimline shape—in case you want a head that presses on your G-spot but doesn’t whollop it. This new release should become a classic vibrator, as it’s reliable and multipurpose: G-spotty, but also streamlined enough to be an effective clit stimulator.
At 1.3″ across, the Wellness G Curve is slightly thinner than Pillow Talk Sassy, and the pressure also feels firmer—the neck isn’t quite as flexible. G Curve has a more consistent speed progression than the Blush Impressions vibes: it starts slightly lower before getting strong. Mainly, the button control is more convenient, since you don’t have to push so hard to start G Curve, and it includes up and down control arrows!
Swan Wand, by BMS (8.6/7.6)
4-Point Rating: 8.6 out of 10 (big end)/ 7.6 out of 10 (small end); $119.00
Wins for: BIG-Headed Rumble; Most Powerful Overall (Large End)
The Swan Wand is like the Hulk of G-spot toys: incredibly strong, imposing, and (at times) difficult to control. It also has a “split personality”: two separate motors, one in each end. You choose which to use, or go with both at the same time (best if you’re using Swan Wand externally).
Swan Wand’s divergent personalities are like this: the big side is SO rumbly, powerful, and intensely curved. It imposes itself on my G-spot when inserted; it pushes and fills. This dramatic 2-inch-thick side is for anyone who knows they can take a lot—and like it. GOD, so much rumble. I like sitting on it just as much as inserting it. And then….
…the smaller half houses a motor that’s way better than average, but that’s overshadowed by the larger end in terms of power. Turn both motors on together and you’ll understand why this toy’s name contains the word “wand.” It most certainly matches the power of the (Hitachi/Vibratex) Magic Wand.
Unfortunately, the bulk of the large end makes Swan Wand a bit difficult to hold if you’re wanting to insert the smaller end (whose curve is less intense). Also, the button placement—right in the middle of the toy—is logical, but not the most convenient. I’ve gotten used to digging around at the mouth of my vag when I want to up the speed on the big end.
Bottom line? The Swan Wand is for the lover of excess. The most intense vibes, the biggest package: Swan Wand delivers these, and that’s why it has a reputation among “power queens.”
Nu Sensuelle Geminii XLR8
4-Point Rating: 8.4 out of 10; $79.99
Wins for: Most Unique Sensation: Rotation + Ridges
Detailed Review Here
The word “startling” best describes Nu Sensuelle Geminii XLR8’s first speed. Its power is up front, as strong on its first speed as half the G-spot vibes here are on their top speeds.
Besides boasting 9000 RPM—the rotation frequency of the most powerful handheld vibes around—Geminii XLR8 has this spinning motion going on. The motor feels like it’s trying to go somewhere—to escape from the silky silicone body, perhaps. The twirling especially comes through in the head and the ripples underneath.
Those three ridges, together with the spinning/pulsing motion, turn Geminii into a really novel clit toy for me. Imagine if a really strong wand and the Satisfyer Pro 2 clit pulsator met up and had a baby: Nu Sensuelle Geminii XLR8 would be the offspring’s name, a mixing of pulsation and power.
4-Point Rating: 8 out of 10; $119
Wins for: App/Remote Controlled Power; Consistent Rumble
I knew the We-Vibe Rave was aimed at power lovers when I turned it on, thought Whoa!, and then realized it starts on intensity level #3. Press the down arrow twice, though, and you’ll come to the first steady level.
Most vibrators lose rumbliness as they increase in power, but not the We-Vibe Rave. It sticks to its deeply penetrating nature throughout all 8 intensity levels. It’s something I’ve rarely experienced in any vibrator.
Rave is a little nonstandard in another way too: its asymmetrical shape. It’s billed as being more ergonomic, adding “pleasure edges.” I do think this off-center shape (see below) makes the We-Vibe Rave easy to hold and press into the G-spot. And I have no problem with it clitorally; the toy is rumbly and luxurious. I’ve down-rated it, though, because it’s awkward to thrust; the flat-wavyness of the head shape makes it harder to pull down into the G-spot, for an honestly more “sex-like” feel. I’m hoping We-Vibe will update this one with softer silicone one day too, like in the absolutely amazing We-Vibe Nova rabbit vibrator (relaunched summer 2020). Anywho, the We-Vibe Rave is specifically designed for being inserted into the vagina and rest in place, staying static, over the G-spot.
One last distinctive feature: We-Vibe Rave’s long-distance app control. Rave is remoted controlled via your phone: The We-Connect app lets you choose between tons of patterns, create your own functions, and/or have your partner control the vibrator (either in person or long-distance). And, like other smart remote vibes, there are interactive chat (to send text messages in app) & video functions so you can get more up-close-and-personal.
Lelo Mona 2
4-Point Rating: 8.1 out of 10; $169
Wins for: Fingering-Like Pressure; Sheer Luxury
The Lelo Mona 2 has a name. A reputation. I knew I had to add Mona 2 to the guide because it’s received so much praise over the past seven years. You see, Mona 2 became the essential quality G-spot vibe before there was so much competition in the category.
I think it’s worthy of accolades because of how the contoured shape simulates fingering better than any other vibe in my collection. It’s hard to tell in photos, but Mona 2 has a gently focused, vertical ridge down its center that will hit the G-spot hard. Combine that with Mona 2’s curve and pinpoint tip, and this is a vibe that brings to mind many a foreplay session.
The rounded, ABS plastic handle is truly ergonomic, and the four-button control (up and down arrows for 6 different vibe functions, plus up and down arrows for 10 different intensity levels) offers a lot of options. Mona 2’s nature as a luxury vibe really comes through with the adjustable intensity control: but the buttons are harder to figure out than needed, IMO.
Mona 2 is slimmer than average (at 1.25″ diameter), besides having that vertical focus. If you want a broader/more protruding head, I suggest Pillow Talk Sassy, or Blush Impressions N5. The Lelo Gigi is even slimmer than Mona 2, and offers less power. Vs. the Mona Wave, which is Mona 2’s shape except with a moving tip (it gyrates back and forth) and less-powerful vibration.
Other G-Spot Vibes
These G-spot toys are still body-safe, USB rechargeable, easy to use, and not bad in terms of power—they just don’t quite match up with the first 12 vibes, above.
- If you want a G-spot rabbit, buy a We-Vibe Nova 2. It’s phenomenal, and a toy I gushingly recommend to everyone with a clit and vagina who ever enjoys penetration — and I am very hesitant to make across-the-board recommendations for “every body” (especially when it comes to rabbit vibrators!), but this vibrator is so adjustable. Honestly, a perfect match for thrusting G-spot and clitoral stimulation. 100% worth considering (alongside the Womanizer Duo!) if you want the best blended orgasms.
- Satisfyer Master and, by extension, all Satisfyer Vibes ($49.99): 6.4 overall ranking, with an impressive 8/10 for power and ease of use. Master is good, but I have a hard time not seeing it as a cheaper imitation of the more-rumbly Fun Factory Big Boss. At about one-third of the price of Fun Factory G5 toys, though, I understand the popularity of Satisfyer Vibes. They do have power and come in lots of bright colors and shapes!
- The Magic Wand (by Hitachi / Vibratex) can be a G-spot toy when you add Vixen’s G-spot stimulator attachment (linked). I strongly prefer the Magic Wand Rechargeable, but can understand going for the corded Magic Wand Plus for even more power.
- Blush Noje G Slim (7.5 out of 10 due to its 8/10 power ranking) is incredibly strong, waterproof & USB rechargeable, for cheap. On par with the We-Vibe Rave for sheer power, surprisingly enough — just buzzier, high-pitched vibrations. Noje G Slim starts intense and ends a lot stronger. For only $35! G Slim’s plastic body channels the strong vibes right into your hand too, for a tingly kinda feel. Like the similar motor of Blush’s Exposed Nocturnal Lipstick Vibe, Noje G Slim is so strong and surface-level, I prefer using it through a towel! The Noje G Slim is a classic G-spot toys shape, the “egg on a stick.” It allows you to explore putting pressure into different parts of the vaginal wall, to find the G-spot.
- Fun Factory Big Boss (7.75 out of 10) has a more realistic vibrating dildo shape, with a subtle phallic ridge: good for rubbing + thrusting, not for G-spot *BAM*. Honestly, I would now say that the Vedo Rialto is a comparable toy for half Big Boss’ price: Rialto’s dual motors rumble and vibe just as hard as a Fun Factory G5 motor, and Vedo Rialto has much smoother silicone (not draggy like Fun Factory). The Big Boss’ (and the Fun Factory Tiger’s) one remaining advantage is their loop handle, which you may find easier to grip. Maybe. Fun Factory Tiger G5 (and its ridgy-ridges) has a similarly full-bodied motor: quiet strong, rumbly enough; and Fun Factory toys are sustainably produced in Germany rather than being mass-produced in China. Still, due to the draggier silicone, I’m finding it harder and harder to recommend Fun Factory vibrators these days when competitors We-Vibe, BMS Factory, Vedo, and Nu Sensuelle produce very strong toys that feel better in hand, and in hole / against your skin.
- The Pavé Vivian by Jopen (7.8 out of 10) is part of a big manufacturer’s4 attempt to produce body-safe silicone”luxury” vibes at a more affordable price. Pave Vivian is a good effort too, just not as exceptional as the BMS Pillow Talk Sassy, which it seems to have been modeled after in terms of color and gemstone embellishments. The toy’s head sticks out very far—leaving the all the sensitive nerve endings below my G-spot standing on the sidelines. But YMMV: some users do enjoy G-spot-only stimulation, especially together with clitoral play. Pave Vivian’s body-safe-glass “gemstone” setting is truly cute, and the silicone has a lovely smooth feel; plus the adjustable intensity functions (+ and – buttons) made it simple to change how strong the toy is.
- Je Joue G-Spot Bullet ($59): Je Joue makes vibrating toys with We-Vibe-level rumbliness, so the G-Spot Bullet is a winner for vibration quality. The tip has a squish underneath, like there’s some elastomer underneath the silky silicone outside (this is body-safe, since only the silicone touches your skin). It’s smaller toy for sure, and has fans. For most buyers who want a smaller G-spot toy, though, the Pillow Talk Racy is a smart alternative to the Je Joue, with the same level of deep rumbly vibration for 55% the Je Joue Bullet’s price (almost half off).
- BMS Wonderlust Serenity ($35): 6.3 overall ranking, with a respectable 7.5/10 for overall power: Wonderlust Serenity has a solid motor but got major downvotes from me for having 17 patterns and only one speed-change button. It is a full-sized insertable vibe with a PowerBullet motor—the same awesomeness that’s inside the BMS Pillow Talk Sassy—for under $40, so I can’t complain too much. (I will note that it’s splashproof, not submersible).
- Zalo Queen ($99 or $150 with & without clit attachment): 4.6 overall rating—my favorite toy to hate this year. I was frustrated by Queen’s power and by the G-spot stimulation its sunken, “PulseWave” head delivers, especially because of the high price point (the price has since dropped drastically). Queen looks dressed to kill, though!
- Toyfriend Smooth Operator Choosy ($108, possibly discontinued): A good vibe, with a rumbly motor. The flat head sticks out a lot, so the vibes are concentrated on the G-spot (no lower-front-wall stimulation). This leaves more room for a clit vibe.
- The Jopen Key Comet II Wand (7.2 out of 10; now discontinued) had a long-standing reputation for its G-spot prowess. The ball at the end is big G-spot pressure of the Njoy Pure Wand variety—except the Key Comet II is so much lighter and easier to maneuver. Great for thrusting, instead of being overwhelming like the Pure Wand can be for the sensitive user.
So which vibe would you choose? Like any kind of sexual exploration, G-spot play gives you the chance to discover what you do and don’t like, what you can and can’t stand, what makes you distinct as a person. Have fun!!!
How to Use a G-Spot Sex Toy
Remember that the G-spot is typically 2 to 3 inches inside the vagina, on the front wall (belly button side). It responds best to forward pressure and to downward tugging motions. Can’t find your G-spot? Check out the Njoy Pure Wand or another hard dildo meant to strongly target this erogenous zone.
How To Use a G-Spot Vibrator
- Power Up!
Get comfortable…lie back, with some pillows behind you. And turn on your vibe!
- Apply Lube
Sex toys are always more comfortable with lube, even if you’re already wet. Pick a high-quality water-based lube like Sliquid Sassy that’s pH-balanced, glycerin-free, and iso-osmolal (won’t mess with water balance).
- Insert…Or Don’t!
G-spot vibes are of course made for G-spot stimulation, but you can choose to use them clitorally at any time. If you are looking for the G-spot, keep reading…
- Explore Your Front Vag Wall
Not everyone’s G-spot is exactly the same depth in, so explore. Most are 2 to 4 inches inside the vagina on the front wall (toward the belly button). The front vaginal wall underneath the G-spot is also rich in nerve endings!
- Press Inward & Pull Down
When you find a place where a G-spot vibe’s head feels good resting, then apply some forward pressure. Downward tugging motions also create even more G-spot arousal.
- Find Your Right Vibe Speed
After you’ve found where your vibe feels right, then explore how strong you want your vibe to be! It’s normal to enjoy more power as you get more aroused. Or sometimes you may get overstimulated and want to back down!
- Listen to Your Body
If you feel like you have to pee, that’s simply your G-spot being pressed on—totally normal. You may want more pressure, steady vibes, stronger vibes, whatever. Finding exactly what’s right for your body at any time is a journey. With the right toy(s), a very orgasmic one!
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- Also, all vibrators listed are USB rechargeable, not battery-powered. All are fully waterproof unless noted as splashproof, which means you can clean them in the sink with soap and water, and wipe down to sanitize; but don’t submerge in the bathtub.
- Please do take care when considering using these toys anally, however, as most do not have a safely flared base. Blush Impressions being the biggest exception.
- Originally I rated “quietness” as an important factor—but stronger vibes are often louder, so I’ve switched to a more precise decibel (dB) measurement system. The starting decibel level of the test site was about 32, and measurements were recorded a foot away from the vibrator while it was pressed against my body (for the most accurate in-use representation of noise level). So: Pretty much all these vibes have a volume that’s not difficult to disguise on any speed, though some are a bit quieter than others.
- Jopen is owned by the sex toy giant Calexotics.