|SIZE:||8” long, graduated diameter 1” - 2 ½”|
|Love It RATING:|
My favorite thing about the Wave by Whipspider is that every time I use it, I like it better and better. I swear, one of these times I’m going to die of pleasure! But at the same time, I have to admit that this one is not without its drawbacks, and might not be ideal for everyone.
Like all Whipspider toys, the Wave is handcrafted and 100% medical-grade silicone. It is absolutely exquisite. The coloring is truly reminisce of the ocean, aqua and pearlized blue swirled together to create a gorgeous marbled effect. The silicone is completely seam-free, has a pretty good amount of squeezability, and is pretty flexible. I am able to bend it completely down to its base, and while this might be a problem in other g-spotting toys, because of the way its shaped, it is still able to provide pretty firm pressure in use.
The silicone is shiny and smooth, though my fingers can detect the unnoticeable “bumps” that characterize this as truly handmade. Care really does need to taken with this one though because the silicone scratches pretty easily. This is something I never noticed in other toys before, but it has scratches from where my nails scraped it and from times I carelessly set it aside. It actually feels almost sticky, is a total lint magnet, and has a heavy drag requiring a bit of lube to get started. As with all silicone, is non-porous though, and there is no need to reapply lube as it won’t soak in or rub away.
So… about that crazy shape and why it works!
The wave has a very curved shaft, nearly a 90 degree angle, and is about 8” long. In many toys this would make it too intense for most users, but in this case, I think it makes ideal for reaching most g-spots. Why? Because the deep curve, combined with its flexibility, mean that you can insert however deeply or shallow as needed, you can stroke hard and fast or massage nice and slow, and it will exert a decent amount of pressure without getting hooked on the inner pubic bone. I admit, I tend to steer away from flexible g-spotting toys because I like firm pressure on mine. But with the Wave, the curve, when flexed, puts tension against the upper walls of the vagina (and g-spot) so you can get pressure without having to use a rigid toy.
But I also mentioned that it wasn’t perfect for everyone…
First of all, this is fairly heavy at 12 ounces, and a bit cumbersome after prolonged stroking. The base is not harness compatible, and is rather large. Can you get carpal tunnel from a dildo?
Secondly, depending on the user, this may too big for some. It starts out innocuously enough at just under 1 inch in diameter, and by four inches deep (most g-spots are no more than 4“), it is as wide as 1 ¾ diameter, and it continues to balloon out to 2 ½” in diameter at the outside base. What’s nice about that is that you can choose just how much you want to take on any given day. Size queens will love this toy, beginners may find it a bit overwhelming.
How it worked for me…
I found that the Wave worked both for me and against me at the same time. Because it starts at such a small diameter, I am able to work it in rather easily, and take more and more as I become increasingly aroused. With the Wave I don’t have to search around for my g-spot, it seems to find it like a magnet. And when I am really excited, it seems like it is able to stroke it no matter how deep I have it inserted. So I am able to thrust, massage, and have that full feeling all at the same time.
Yet at the same time, the graduated diameter works against me, constantly pushing the toy back out. In one way I really appreciate it, I lay my palm on my mons and tap my fingers on the base to push it back in. But if I move my hand away at all, I spit it back out like bullet out of a gun. And you guys know that I am a very lazy masturbator. I don’t want to work for an orgasm!
So I tried using my pillow trick, placing a long pillow under my knees and bringing my ankles close to my butt so the pillow will help hold the toy inside me while I just rock my pelvis. But this is the first toy that this really didn’t work well. I wasn’t able to keep it snug inside so it felt deep and filling.
Then I tried sitting up on the corner of the bed, but I found that it tended to get too deep this way, and there was no way I could comfortably relax my weight without it getting too intense. (I’m a lazy masturbator, remember?)
I did not try this with a partner, but while some may find it easier, removing the burden of the weight and constant fighting…. it also might be a disserve to those with over-excited (or unaware) partners who may insert to deep and cause pain.
Despite the issues I have outlined, I love my Wave. The feelings it creates, and the orgasms it gives, are amazing. It is in my top 3 g-spotting toys, along with Jollet and the Split Dildo as all time favorites.
So, the last of the details…
My model did not come with a vibrator, which is fine by me. However, Whipspider does make this toy with a cavity and removable vibrator for those who like their g-spot toys to buzz. They also make a similar toy called the Tentacle. It has the same size, shape, and material, but is make with sucker-like heavy texture (the Wave is completely smooth) that resembles the tentacle of an octopus. So, you can add vibrations or texture because variety is the spice of life!
It arrived in a clear recloseable plastic bag that could be used for storage, but wasn’t impressive by any means. It included a certificate stating that it hand-crafted and some information on the company itself.
The Wave, as stated above, is 100% silicone. Not only is it non-porous, it is also phthalates-free, hypo-allergenic, and body-safe. It is compatible only with water-based lubes, never silicone-based as they may bond, ruining your beautiful toy. It can be cleaned with soap and warm water or toy cleaner. It can also be sterilized (making it safe for sharing) with a 10% bleach solution or boiling for 5 minutes. Remember to store in a toy pouch or in the included plastic bag away from toys made of other materials such as jelly or realistic. Also be sure to store where it won’t get dented, such as in a drawer where other items may press into its soft material.