Toy Review: Jopen Key Comet Wand

Almost every time I use the Jopen Key Comet Wand my G-Spot thanks me for it. It is a masterful piece of equipment and, when used to full effect, it can induce incredibly powerful G-Spot orgasms.

So let’s dive right into this review and look at why this toy is so phenomenal.

The Jopen Key Comet Wand is a work of G-Spot art.

The Jopen Key Comet Wand (which I’ll now call the Comet) is a pretty unique sex toy—in that it’s a glass toy that has been “dipped in body safe silicone”, as the box describes. In reality I think the process is a bit less like the candle-dipping images that it tries to bring to mind. The silicone has a seam on it and the bulbous head of this toy has a small amount of give and wiggle—which gives me the impression that the glass part of this toy doesn’t continue all the way into the head. This is supported by material information on the box; which reads “Silicone (probe), Glass (handle)”.

Regardless the combination of glass and silicone together is inspired, and gives this toy a lovely amount of heft and friction which is really appreciated in use.

The box for the Comet is pretty nice too.

The box is cardboard with a top sleeve that slides off. Under that is a lift-up top which unveils the Comet, snuggled in a secure foam fitting.

The Comet’s box allows for safe and easy storage.

Typically I wouldn’t bring this up but I feel the need because, in comparison to the box, the storage bag that comes with the Comet is terrible. It’s thin, it’s made out of cheap material, it feels crappy and it’s just generally not something that I want to store a comparatively luxurious sex toy in.

Because of this I recommend using the Comet’s box for storage and not the pouch, or else buying a different storage bag at Lovehoney or somewhere similar. Then again I suppose A Touch of Glass has spoiled me a bit when it comes to storage bags for my glass toys.

The box for the Comet warns that it is “For external use only” but, let’s be honest, we all know where this is gunna go. Even the ‘Comet Instruction Manual’ (a single piece of folded card) notes that the Comet is designed to provide “the perfect angle for the G-Spot” and tells the user to “Use water based lubricant and roll the curved tip against the G-Spot”, so I don’t know who Jopen thought they were kidding when they put “external use only” on the box.

But, anyway, that’s a nit-pick.

One of the things I really appreciate about the Comet, and one of the first things I noticed about it, is its size. When I purchased the Comet I thought it was going to be a lot bigger and more intimidating than it was. In reality the Comet is actually very reasonably sized. Even at its widest the bulbous probe at the tip is a humble 5 inches in circumference. This can still be uncomfortable for some (because it is quite a globular bulb to take in) however I’ve found that, as long as I warm up and use a fair bit of lube, inserting the Comet is never a big problem.

The silicone used for the Comet is another noteworthy element to the toy. This silicone is matte and has a very silky texture that produces a fair amount of drag. This drag isn’t unpleasant though, and actually works in the toy’s favour during use. Along with the pressure that this toy places on the G-Spot, the texture of the silicone manages to grab at the area—which feels like a firm-but-silky stroke that makes you aware of every motion.

This is helped greatly by the shape of this toy.

The bulb at the top of this toy is perfect for locating the G-Spot. It naturally gravitates towards it and puts a perfect amount of pressure on the area to provide considerable stimulation. Some people may find this a bit uncomfortable at first (and it took me a while to get used to it) but, once your body has adjusted, this toy should provide all the right elements needed for strong, reliable, G-Spot orgasms. This is certainly helped by how firm and weighty the toy is—adding a sense of heft to using this toy, but not so much that it becomes uncomfortable to use.

This toy is perfectly designed to hit the G-Spot.

For me this toy was fantastic and it’s one of my favourite G-Spot toys to date. Using this toy, while taking a vibrator to my clitoris, provides strong, reliable, deep G-Spot orgasms that are prolonged, throbbing, and mind-blowingly strong. It’s like the Comet doesn’t just give G-Spot orgasms, it enhances them as well—delivering ecstasy whenever possible. Technique-wise I like to insert the Comet and then force the handle up-and-down for optimal pleasure, but everyone will find their own way to make the Comet work for them. But having now used this toy a lot I am convinced that this toy does deserve all of the praise that it received.

But that’s not to say this toy is perfect.

There a few small negatives about this toy that should be mentioned. Firstly, like with all silicone toys, the Comet cannot be used with silicone lubricants, which would ruin the toy. Secondly, at the section where the silicone and glass meet, there is a small indented area that can be difficult to clean and requires a toothbrush (or something similar) for a thorough clean. The ‘Key’ logo also needs to be cleaned well, for the same reason.

However, the biggest flaws with this toy come from its shape and material.

While the silicone is fantastic, some people may find that this material has too much drag for them or requires too much lubricant to be used with ease. This can be a problem for people who prefer glossy silicone or don’t use lubricant often. And, while the insertable silicone part of the Comet requires a lot of lubricant, the glass handle of the Comet becomes unbearably slippery when it comes into contact with lube, making it difficult to handle and properly control.

This leads to a frustrating scenario—where you invariable have to apply lubricant to insert the toy only to then have to make sure your hands a thoroughly cleaned up before grasping the handle. Needless to say this can be a bit annoying.

Meanwhile the shape of this toy might prove too big for some users and isn’t particularly comfortable for thrusting. This is mainly due to the shape and size of the Comet’s bulb—which just doesn’t lend itself to rapid thrusting motions. Subsequently, if you’re someone who needs rapid thrusting in order to reach G-Spot orgasms then the Comet will either have you readjusting or throwing it aside out of frustration and discomfort.

Final Thoughts

Despite its flaws I still think the Comet is one of the best G-Spot dildos on the market. It knows what its strengths are and it takes full advantage of them—providing some of the strongest, most effective G-Spot orgasms I’ve felt to date. If you’re a fan of G-Spotting, or want to explore and have a history with larger toys, then I definitely recommend the Comet. You just might find that it hits the spot for you too.

Recommend to:

People who like G-Spot toys.

People who prefer large toys.

People who want a body-safe toy.

Do Not Recommend to:

People new to insertable toys.

People who dislike matte silicone.

People who like to thrust.

  • The Comet is one of my favorites and I think you perfectly described how it feels. I too find that it works best with a rocking motion rather than a thrusting one.

  • The Comet is great, but it does have a learning curve. It’s good that you warn people. I was used to thrusting G-spot toys and the Comet’s design threw me for a loop or two at first.