Blush Wellness G Curve Vibrator Review

Sometimes eloquent words are unnecessary. The Blush Wellness G Curve makes me speak simply: This is a good vibrator. A strong vibrator with five rumbly speeds (and five patterns), and it works. The Wellness G Curve is invariably orgasmic, whether I use it clitorally or vaginally.

I believe it should be a “classic” sex toy, named among heavy-hitters like the We-Vibe Tango.

This review covers the Blush Wellness G Curve vibrator’s feel, functions, and shape!

Wellness G Curve’s Strength

The Wellness G Curve is strong: I rank it an 8.5 out of 10 for power. (With anything above 8 being, “Whoa!”)

And even better, G Curve has a consistent speed progression. That’s a huge factor in whether I’ll stick with a vibrator long-term.1 The toy needs to start low and rumbly, then include stable steps toward getting powerful and higher-frequency. If there’s a huge ramp-up in speed between the first and second levels, or the vibes start too strong, the toy is so much less likely to make it into my favorites.

But the Blush Wellness G Curve’s 5 steady levels are blissfully well-spaced. Plus it’s one of those rare vibes where the power is so good, I actually enjoy the patterns too! Maybe not all 5 of them…that scenario would only happen in a strange alternate universe filled with glitter, unicorns, and rainbows. (And free body-safe vibrators for all, yes!!!) But I digress…let’s get back to the reality of G Curve’s feel.

How It Feels

Wellness G Curve’s body is light and easy to hold. The silicone that coats 90% of the toy (everything except the plastic tip at the very bottom) is smooth, with a velvet feel.

The best word for the Wellness G Curve’s shape is “streamlined.” It’s G-spot-friendly: the gentle forward angle and contoured head let G Curve…well, curve right around my pelvic bone. It presses inward, but doesn’t practically sweep your feet out from under you like the larger *bump* in Blush’s Impressions N5. G Curve measures approximately 1.3 inches across at the “head,” so it’s also slimmer than Impressions N5.

With its contoured shape, G Curve practically begs me to use it on my clit after I’ve pulled it out of my vag. The vibes carry so well, and the pressure on the front of my opening keeps turning me on…I’ve gotta have G Curve both ways.

Speaking of options, let me tell you about the two patterns that I enjoy! The Wellness G Curve’s rumbliness especially echoes through pattern #1, an escalating pulsation that lingers on the highest level for a second. And pattern #5, the other one I like, is also a steady escalation: titillating and fun for change. It might take three orgasms from the steady speeds first, but by golly, I can get off on G Curve’s first and last patterns.

Finding the functions I want, quickly, is no problem due to the Wellness G Curve’s up (+) and down (–) arrows. Unlike with many vibes, I don’t have to cycle through the other 8 functions if I want to move from steady speed 4 back down to speed 3. The button you last pressed lights up, so if you’re playing with G Curve in the dark, you’ll know which direction you’re going.

Speaking of lights, both the up and down buttons will be illuminated once the Wellness G Curve’s magnetic USB charger locks into place properly. That’s convenient, because I hate it when I think I have a toy charging, but the magnets didn’t align properly—so two minutes into my next session, the vibe dies on me. *insert scornful look here*

Any Different Than Sola Cue?

The Blush Wellness G Curve has the same shape as the (now unavailable) Cue vibe, by Blush’s sister company Sola. Both vibrators are quite strong and have a velvet-feel silicone. So are the Blush Wellness G Curve and the Sola Cue mirror images of each other?

G Curve is light purple but photographs kinda pink in direct light!

Obviously, they’re different colors: a slate (almost white) blue for the Sola Cue, vs. the Wellness G Curve’s lovely lilac.

And the main thing, the power. The toys’ motors are similar, but not 100% indistinguishable. I believe the Wellness G Curve’s speeds are packed less tightly together in the center. With the Sola Cue, speeds #3 and #4 kinda run together. In contrast, the Wellness G Curve’s middle functions are easier to tell apart.

Overall Thoughts

The Blush Wellness G Curve is a great all-around vibrator that I will recommend far and wide. Classic slimline vibes are all well and good, but—as a devotee of G-spot stimulation—I would opt for the Wellness G Curve’s versatile shape any day. It gives you the possibility of easy, fulfilling G-spot play. And then the curve makes the Wellness G Curve easier to hold against your vulva too (or anywhere else you like strong vibes).

This Blush Wellness vibrator’s pressure is very present, but not a 10/10 for serious impact. Consider the Impressions N5 vibrating dildo if you’re looking for *dramatic* G-spot/prostate pressure,2 (downward pull!) vs. the Wellness G Curve’s sleeker shape and slimmer size.

And now…it’s a dark Friday night, and I’m off to test G Curve’s light-up button functionality more—you know, just for good measure.

Find the Blush Wellness G Curve here.

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Notes

  1. Me & my vibrators have very serious, complex relationships, you know. 😉
  2. Another important difference between these two is that Impressions vibrating dildos are anal safe (they’re suction-cupped), while Wellness G Curve is suited for external and vaginal use only.

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  1. Jessey

    October 25, 2019 at 8:03pm

    I was wondering if this was just the Sola Cue! They looked eerily similar to me. Blush absorbed Sola perhaps?

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