Voodoo Beso Plus Review: A Better Tracy’s Dog Clitoral Sucking Vibrator

Tracy's Dog clitoral sucking vibrator review vs. Voodoo Beso Plus

Voodoo Toys’ Beso Plus is a toy I’ve waited for: a better alternative to the “Tracy’s Dog Clitoral Sucking Vibrator.” Beso Plus looks similar, but is much more orgasmic for me.

Why is that? Versus that Tracy’s Dog thing (discussed here), the Beso Plus by Voodoo:

  • is more flexible (to fit more anatomies),
  • is definitely safe silicone,
  • has less-buzzy vibes, and
  • is quieter.

Did I mention it can actually make me orgasm, multiply—and sometimes squirt too? And that, when using Beso Plus, we don’t have to play “warehouse bin roulette” with Amazon sex toys?

This review will run through how to use the Beso Plus’s features, compare it further to the Tracy’s Dog suction toy and to more premium options (Womanizer, We-Vibe), and share my personal experience.

Voodoo Beso Plus Features

Beso Plus by Voodoo is an air pulsation / pressure wave clit toy combined with a vibrating shaft, for vaginal and G-spot stimulation.

For the blended orgasms, right?!

Voodoo Beso Plus review glamour shot

In the clit section, you get 10 different pulsation intensities. Beso Plus’s air pulses start out pretty low, like the Womanizer Classic on its first level. Then, Beso Plus’s intensity number 10, high speed, is roughly equal to the Satisfyer Pro 2’s 6th out of 10 speeds. Essentially, you’re getting a similar power range as you would in the rechargeable Romp (= cheap Womanizer) clit-pulsators. See a detailed air-pulsation intensity comparison chart here.

So a Satisfyer is more powerful: but it doesn’t vibrate your G-spot. (Satisfyer pulsation is also significantly louder than the Beso air pulsation toys, for the record. More on noise level in a second.)

Enter Beso Plus’s 10 vibe functions: 3 of which are steady speeds. That’s why I personally would use this toy over the Satisfyer Pro 2 any day of the week. The G-spot vibes add a lot of stimulation when combined with the clitoral bursts of touch-free air.

I mentioned that the Beso Plus is less buzzy than the Tracy’s Dog Clitoral Sucking Vibrator. That toy starts pretty high-pitched, and the sensitive user may find it “itchy” or numbing. Beso Plus isn’t the rumbliest vibe ever (go Pillow Talk Sassy for a great rumbly G-spot or clit vibe for a similar price), but the vibration starts quieter and lower-pitched than Tracy’s Dog.1

In general, the Beso Plus’ vibe and pulsation strengths are “not-too-shabby” on their own, but are effective for me2 because of how they work together.

Beso Plus is likely to feel strong for anyone who doesn’t have literal drawers full of sex toys.

That’s why Voodoo Beso Plus is the first option I would recommend for vibration + clit “suction” combined—mainly because it’s more affordable than Womanizer Duo. Know that the Beso’s “suction” is not a strong pulling suction, but the pulsing air feels so pleasant. And you should get a slight tugging sensation around the edges of the Beso Plus’s “mouth” when it’s positioned right.

More on how I like to use it…

My Experience

This shape of toy has become really popular in the past couple years, so I had to try the Voodoo Beso Plus out—and pray it worked for me. My clit-to-vag distance is short, so most dual stimulating vibrators (“rabbits”) feel uncomfortable / simply overshoot their target. A rabbit’s gotta be really exceptional (= be the We-Vibe Nova 2), if I’m going to play with it for fun.

I was excited when I got the Beso Plus out of box, cleaned it, started using it…and got off 5 minutes later. A little adjustment here and there, some wiggling and jiggling to make Beso Plus’s ribbed shaft rub my G-spot…and the mouth was comfortable the whole time.

I really enjoy that the mouth is flexible, as soft as the We-Vibe Melt’s—that toy’s soft suction feel is mind-blowing for me.

The Beso Plus’s insertable “shaft” has a good amount of flexibility, so it moves gently and naturally with my pelvic floor. Since I’m so tightly spaced, I personally would make the Beso Plus’s insertable “shaft” a little shorter, and decrease the length between suction mouth and start of shaft to make it perfect. But I’m odd. And I can’t complain, since Beso Plus’s flexibility can make me come really well.

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A lot of flex.

It’s relaxing to start by just lying back and letting it pulse and thrum, the two functions together. I have a lot of strong clit pulsation toys, so I start halfway up Beso Plus’s clit-pulsation speed range, at setting #6 out of 10. And the vibes… setting #2, the second steady one, is my favorite. It’s strong enough, and not too buzzy, to satisfy.

Like with the Womanizer Duo, I come hardest by rocking the Beso Plus, moving the shaft in and out slightly, so I get motion and vibration on my G-spot.

That’s my other favorite part of Beso Plus over the Tracy’s Dog stimulator: not only the the shaft bend more comfortably, and the mouth feel softer, but the Voodoo Beso Plus’s shaft is a notch thicker. It’s right at average penis width, so it’s not a big boy—but the little bit of extra thickness pleases me. (I do like them thick.)

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Rippled ridges will rub on the G-spot, pairing with the vibes AND the clit pulsing.

It’s so many little details that make the Voodoo Plus better than the Tracy’s Dog sucking vibrator. The Beso Plus was clearly designed to imitate—but upgrade.

And upgrade it does in terms of vibration quality. The Voodoo Plus’s G-spot vibration is not stronger, but it’s rumblier. It’s not high-pitched, a.k.a. “buzzy.” That matters because the more sensitive user will find buzzy vibration irritating. And the Tracy’s Dog toy, starting out as high-frequency as a Magic Wand (Rechargeable) on high speed?3 Um, no thank you.

And a big big thing: IT’S QUIETER. It’s super that I can use the Beso Plus suction vibrator on high pulsation + high vibration speed and not worry about being overheard at night. As noted, the Tracy’s Dog toy is only 7 decibels louder, but anything over 40 decibels starts being noisy for me—and mainly, the high frequency vibrating arm on Tracy’s Dog sounds louder. IMO, ears are more likely to pick up high-pitched noises, find them out of sorts with normal ambient noise.

As a mom, lower-noise night-time vibrators are important to me: so the greater quietness of the Voodoo Plus is really nice. It and Pillow Talk Sassy on mid-range speeds are both amazing choices for not-loud vibrators that still pack some good power.

The Beso Plus sells for less than $50, so we can’t expect it to 100% match that god of dual-stimulating suction vibes, the Womanizer Duo (MSRP $219).

I’ve said before that the Womanizer Duo is the only vaginally penetrating toy I can squirt with. (Usually I squirt with clit toys or clit massage only.) Duo is that stimulating.

Well, turns out I can sometimes squirt with the Beso Plus too. It’s fun, feeling that pressure build up … and then you’re dripping, a little, and holding back, and pushing until the ejaculation comes out.

Voodoo Toys Beso Plus review vs. Womanizer Duo

I do think that the Womanizer Duo has a more ergonomic shape: the fit is the most natural with my anatomy, and Duo’s mouth has the most secure fit. Not to mention, you can easily decrease intensity for either action (clit pulsation or vibration) with the Womanizer Duo by hitting one button, since there are up and down intensity buttons for air pulsation and vibes. Whereas with Beso Plus you need to cycle through all 10 functions, because one-button controls. My clit gets real sensitive when I orgasm on an air pulsation toy, so I have to pull Beso Plus’s mouth back away from my clit when I come—flipping through 9 speeds is too much work when you’re in the middle of orgasming.

Again, though, the price difference between Beso Plus and the Womanizer Duo is huge ($49.99 vs. $219), and I can understand wanting to buy a less-expensive toy for any number of reasons. In that case, the Beso Plus is quite satisfying overall, and maybe pulling the toy’s mouth back half an inch at orgasm isn’t so much of a sacrifice for $169’s worth of savings.

You can also sit on the Voodoo Toys Beso Plus, unlike on the Womanizer Duo. The insertable shaft is about 4.5 inches long, so most folks with vaginas will be able to sit on it after they’re aroused. (The vagina expands in length when you’re turned on, did you know that?) I like to sit on it in my desk chair, with a pillow behind my back and my legs stretched out in front of me, so I’m taking almost the full length but not quite.

One last problem I had with the Tracy’s Dog toy was that the shaft was a little too long: just slightly more insertable length than the Beso Plus. The latter’s G-spot vibes are awesomest for me when the shaft is almost fully inserted, maybe 4 inches of length.

Everyone’s anatomy is different, so definitely explore to see how you like positioning this vibrator. How flexible the Beso Plus’s shaft is really helps out here.

And last, you can use it as a clitoral vibrator alone, I discovered one day in the shower. Just flip the Beso Plus around so you’re holding the clit-mouth side above your pubic mound (under your belly button). Then let the shaft bend so it’s rubbing against your vulva. The way the shaft flexes makes this possible. The shaft’s ridges are really nice this way, for grinding on while the vibration is going.

Controls & Cleaning

Beso Plus has two control buttons, one for each action (vibration or clit pulsation). Each action has 10 functions, and you have to cycle through with the one control button.

The button symbols are a little confusing, obviously carried over from a different toy: the normal power symbol doesn’t turn on both Beso Plus’s actions, only the clit pulsation. Press that power button for a couple seconds to turn the pulsing air on, then press again (and again) to increase pulse intensity.

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To activate the G-spot vibrator, press and hold the wavy symbol (closest to the metallic accent) for about 3 seconds. Press harder if it doesn’t turn on, this one’s a little stickier for me. Then cycle through the vibration functions by pressing again: the 3 steady speeds and 7 different patterns.

The Beso Plus is waterproof, so I’ve used mine in the shower a fair bit. (Though I will say it’s most relaxing when I’m lying on my back.) That means it’s also simple to clean, just douse with water in the sink and scrub with soap. See my sanitizing guidelines for “If there is a motor and the toy is waterproof” here if you’d like to deep-clean the Beso Plus’s silicone + ABS plastic.

Clit suction / pulsation toys like this do need to be shaken a bit after you wash them, so the water doesn’t pool and sit in the mouth.

And it’s rechargeable (via USB charging cord into your computer, if desired; or plug into a cell phone block adapter for wall charging)—always a good thing for small vibrators. Why deal with replacing batteries these days, we’ve had enough problems in 2020 😶

The life per charge is about an hour, so if you like sitting back and enjoying this toy for quite a while (it’s very relaxing), you might want to recharge after each use.

Overall Beso Plus Thoughts

The Beso Plus is very recommendable because: Womanizer and Satisfyer-style clit pulsation toys are hot by themselves, but adding vibes internally is dripping.

The mid-range air pulsation and vibration strength do great things together, and I’m confident that almost everyone will be able to use this toy since its shaft bends easily. (Dual-stimulator flexibility is an issue dear to my heart!)

More than that, with Beso Plus you are getting a toy that’s definitely safe silicone and that comes with a 1-year warranty. It’s quieter and not as high-pitched as the Tracy’s Dog sucking vibrator (whose maker isn’t 100% sure what the toy is made of).

Obviously, in this Voodoo Beso you cannot separate the G-spot vibrator from the clit toy—they’re a single piece of material—like you can in my all-time-favorite vibes + pulsation combo; nor is Beso Plus as strong as We-Vibe Melt. So your experience level and budget matter when making a decision here: Are you cool with a respectable, sweet-for-most-people toy (= Beso Plus); or are you good with spending $135 more for the most powerful & more versatility (= Melt + Sassy)?

Find the Voodoo Beso Plus here.

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Voodoo Beso Plus

49.99
8.7

Combined intensity

7.2/10

Body-safe

10.0/10

Easy to use

9.5/10

Easy to control

8.0/10

Pros

  • Fun dual stimulation, good price
  • Waterproof & safe silicone
  • Flexible for better fit
  • Not loud!!!

Cons

  • 1-button control for each function
  • Battery life is just OK

NOTES

  1. 81 Hz & 38 dB for Beso, vs. 97 Hz & 45 dB for Tracy’s Dog. Hertz measure frequency, which can give an idea about vibration feel but definitely isn’t the full story of “rumbly” vs. “buzzy.” Similarly, decibel measurements are a good ruler for noise level, but as I note later, higher-pitched vibes and changing speeds grab a listener’s attention most. One reason why the Lelo Sona Cruises sound a lot louder than their decibel measurements would indicate: those things have robust motors that also fluctuate up and down in intensity on their own.
  2. Someone with lots of powerful sex toys.
  3. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve very much enjoy the MW Rechargeable on high, I simply don’t want to start on high speed.

One thought on “Voodoo Beso Plus Review: A Better Tracy’s Dog Clitoral Sucking Vibrator

  1. Lisa Stone

    November 20, 2020 at 2:22pm

    In my opinion, a very functional toy. And the price is not too high.

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  2. Mary Wood

    November 26, 2020 at 11:58am

    Looks great. Especially pink. I don’t really like all sorts of shiny inserts, like on the second toy.

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