When looking for a G-spot vibrator, things can get tricky with different sizes and girths. There are tons of toys out on the market today, and with most things trial and error is going to be the best way to find what is right for you. I chose to review the Lyps Iris because I believe it has quite a few things going for it. It’s soft and comes across as more phallic shaped, great for those women who are more visual and tend to like something a bit more realistic looking.
It tends to be on the longer side, so it work best for women who like more of a deeper penetration. If you have used toys before, and have found that when you go deep it hurts – this probably isn’t the toy for you. I suggest looking into the Best G Spot Vibrators Review for a vibrator that tends to not go in as far when fully inserted. If you prefer deeper penetration definitely keep reading, the length will give you a more full feeling.
As soon as you pull it out of the package you will see its very soft and more realistic feeling. It’s going to have some texture to it to make it feel more realistic while inserted. It’s made with medical grade silicone, which is very sanitary, and easy to clean. In toys this affordable they will usually wrap silicone around a hard plastic to make it feel soft to the touch, but it won’t bend to curve to your body. You can tell this toy is made fully with silicone material for the fact its more pliable. It’s meant to contour to the body to give you more pleasure during your experience using it.
The Iris has more of a curved head to it, which is great for hitting the G spot directly. Depending on your anatomy some women have more sensitive G spots than others. It’s important to remember that it responds more to pressure than vibration. What I mean by that is when you insert your toy to massage the G spot, try making circular movements with it. This will give pressure on it, as well as vibration, hoping to push you into more intense orgasms.
Other women may find that they don’t want to stimulate the G-spot specifically. They just get turned on while having a toy inserted, and feeling more full. These women tend to use a small clitoral vibrator while the internal vibrator is inserted. The Iris will work great for both! It may be hard to use as a clitoral vibrator by itself though. It’s definitely possible, but this vibe tends to have a little more bend to it. It just might make it harder for when you want to push on the clitoris with it.
The small button on the front of your toy will turn it on. Hold down that same button for a few seconds to turn it off. You can filter through the different vibration modes by simply pressing the button after turning it on. You will find the first two settings will be your low and high vibration speeds. The next eight settings will be vibration modes that will have different pulsing sensations with names likes – Surge, Intermittent, and Even Steps. I think it’s important to mention that there are only two speeds, which can be a little difficult for some women. If you are extremely sensitive, or if too much vibration can feel ticklish, this might not be the vibrator for you.
Although, if you have used vibrators before that only have a couple speeds and they have worked for you, I don’t see why this one wouldn’t. You also can’t adjust the speeds during the different pulsing settings either. To be honest though, most vibrators around this price range won’t have adjustable speeds. So, I don’t think you should let that completely turn you off of this vibrator.
It has more of a high zingy vibration, rather than low and grumbly. This is a good indicator that since the frequency this vibration runs off of is higher, the vibration might be stronger than others. Usually they tend to have more intense low vibration settings, and a good strong vibration setting for the higher mode. It’s decently quiet too, which makes it easy to use whenever, and wherever you desire.
- The Lyps Iris is a great affordable option for those women looking for a more realistic vibrator.
- Made with medical grade silicone – it’s very sanitary, and easy to clean.
- More pliable – gives you the ability to move the vibrator around without having to worry about any resistance.
- Curved to hit the g spot, can also be used for clitoral. Might be a little more difficult to use clitorally though, just because its pretty flexible.
- About 6 inches of insertable length, 8 inches total length. Around 1.3 inches in diameter.
- Decently quiet – it’s not the most silent vibrator I’ve ever heard, but I definitely wouldn’t call it loud.
- 10 vibration settings will make each time you use this vibe feel like a new experience.
- It says it can be used with water-based or silicone lubricants. To be safe I would suggest sticking with water-based, but that decision is totally up to you.
- Water Resistant. I wouldn’t say this toy is fully submersible, no bathtubs, but you could use it in the shower. It also makes washing it much easier, less worry about having to keep water completely away from the charging port.
- Micro USB charging port under silver handle. You no longer have to worry about carrying around batteries. This vibe is completely rechargeable – plug it in for a couple hours, and it’s ready to go.
- 2 year warranty.
Charging & Lubricant
It’s important to remember with these more affordable rechargeable toys, you don’t want to overcharge them. It is a common mistake made by people who leave their vibrators on the charger all the time. Then they don’t understand when it only lasts for ten minutes before it dies, and needs to be put back on the charger again.
When you charge your toy for the first time I’d say charge for about 4 hours and then take it off the charger. This first charge is important, it sets the life of your battery. Every time after the first initial charge, you want to charge it for two hours or so, then take it off the charger. Do not leave it on there all the time, or it will kill your toy pretty quickly.
It also says that you can use a water-based or silicone-based lubricant. I always suggest to only use water-based lubricants on your vibrators, especially when they’re made from silicone material. I’ve learned that when you use silicone lubricant with silicone toys, it tends to eat away at them over time. Eventually they start to deteriorate, and become completely unusable.
Some brands say you can use silicone lube with their toys, others say you can’t. To avoid any confusion, and to save the durability of your toys, I would suggest to stick with water-based when using toys. However, ultimately the decision is up to you!
All in all, after a thorough look over of the Lyps Iris I would say it’s a good vibrator at an affordable price range. The more phallic shape is great for those of you more visual, while the length is great for women who like a little bit deeper penetration. The soft silicone material being pliable is great for contouring to where its most important to get the most pleasurable experience possible.
Not being able to customize the speed strength is the only thing that really stuck out to me as being a bummer, but the advantages of this toy far outweigh the disadvantages. Don’t expect this to be a toy that lasts you an overwhelming amount of time, but with a price like that, and the kick it brings to the table, you can’t really beat it.