I am not best friends with my G-spot, and this is a constant source of annoyance for me. I’d love to be able to orgasm just from penetrative sex, and squirt all over the place, but it just hasn’t happened for me. About a year ago I went out and got my first penetrative toy, a $30 silicone vibrator with a slightly bulbous and flexible head a hint of a curve. About once a week I’d try fucking myself with it, but I’d have to prop myself up onto every pillow I owned and contort myself into the most unsexy of positions if I wanted to feel anything on my g-spot. It seemed like my g-spot and I were just never going to be able to warm up to each other, and that my clit would forever be the only love in my life.
Enter the PicoBong Moka G-Vibe! PicoBong is the hip, unfortunately named, Hawaiian themed, more affordable offshoot of the high end Swedish company LELO, with toys pricing in at anywhere from $35 for a little bullet vibe to $129 for the crazy ass Transformer. The $59 Moka G-Vibe is a curved, flat tipped g-spotting vibrator that comes in at about 7.5 inches. It’s made of hard plastic coated in body safe, non-porous, phthalate free silicone; the silicone itself has a soft, silky feeling to it, but the vibe as a whole is very hard, with no give at all, yet it’s lightweight and doesn’t tire out my wrist. It comes in a flimsy, useless box with only an instructional manual and a little cellphone charm for no discernible reason; no storage bag or batteries, unfortunately, despite needing 2 AAA’s. Moka boasts 12 vibe patterns and I don’t know how many speeds; I don’t really mess with the patterns, but I’m sure they’re fine. When I turned my Moka on for the first time my initial reaction was, “What is this shit?” because the lowest setting is pretty damn weak, but it does work up to a lovely, strong rumble. It has three easy to navigate buttons on the side and is roommate tested and approved for noise.
Ok, so what does this little bro do to my pussy? To warm myself up I like to use it on my clit (which PicoBong’s website annoying refers to as a C-Spot. Stop it, that’s not a thing, it’s a clitoris goddammit) and I could seriously come super quickly just from that. The flattened portion of the head nestles nicely between my labia and happily rumbles away on my clit. However, when I flip the Moka around so that it curves towards my body, the pointed tip of the head pinpoints my clit in a way that I’ve never felt before. I have an absurdly tiny clit, so I’ve gotten used to having it just be totally enveloped by whatever sensation I’m applying to it. It’s pretty eye-opening, for me, to have a toy that has enough of a pronounced tip that all of its vibrations are completely concentrated on the head of my clit. I have to stop myself from coming too soon when I use the Moka this way so that I can use it for its main purpose.
And that main purpose is G-spotting! Sadly, I still haven’t squirted or orgasmed only from using the Moka G, but I’ve definitely had that tell tale “need to pee” feeling and have had much stronger orgasms than usual. The success of the Moka lies in the curve and the flat tipped head. The curve reaches my G-spot easily, and the head has the right amount of surface area to really grab onto my G-spot. I don’t even have to thrust wildly with it; I just kind of nudge it back and forth inside of me and it grabs my G-spot with minimal effort. The shaft of the Moka is more than long enough to penetrate my vagina to the necessary depth while leaving enough of handle to hold onto.
So are me and my G-spot best friends yet? No. But with the Moka G-Vibe, we’re becoming better acquainted than ever before. At $59, the Moka could do with a few more bells and whistles, like a storage bag and sturdier packaging, but it’s still much more affordable than most G-spotters out there. I’d definitely recommend it to someone, especially a beginner, who’s looking for a good, versatile vibe that will also hit their G-spot at a price that won’t break the bank.