Toy Review: The Bondara Entice Luxury Silicone Rechargeable G-Spot Vibrator

The Bondara Entice G-Spot Vibrator is one of two own-brand vibes that Bondara recently released—the other one being a rabbit vibrator. As I’ve said before, I do kind of have a soft-spot for sex toy retailers that try to release own brand products. It always feels like they have a real passion for what they’re doing and that they actually want to try and contribute to the sex toy community as a whole. That being said not every own-brand attempt is a success so reviewing a toy like this always seems like a bit of a coin flip.

Thankfully I was reasonably impressed with the Bondara Entice and what it had to offer. It’s not perfect, not at all, and there are still a few downsides that I’d like to see Bondara improve upon. However for a toy that retails at £27.99 I think Bondara has done a pretty good job at producing a luxury vibrator for those who can’t afford the typical price tag of a luxury toy.

The Bondara Entice G-Spot Vibrator

The Bondara Entice G-Spot Vibrator is definitely going for a luxury vibe (pun intended). The sleek, minimalist design lends itself readily to a chic feel, meanwhile the focus on features such a looped handle lined with gold-coloured ABS makes it apparent that they’re going for a high-class feel. The handle itself feels very reminiscent of the G-Vibe, another up-market toy. The box that the Bondara Entice comes in also gives a luxury feel to it. Black, sturdy, and perfect for gift-giving, you’d be forgiven if you compared it to a Lelo toy’s box.

The Bondara Entice already comes self-boxed as a luxurious gift.
The Bondara Entice already comes self-boxed as a luxurious gift.

All of these elements make the Bondara Entice G-Spot Vibrator appropriate as a special gift, although it would have been nice if it came with a storage bag as well.

The Entice itself is waterproof and rechargeable via a plug-in adaptor. With rechargeable toys become increasingly more popular nowadays it’s great to see that Bondara was able to add this in on their affordable vibe. It certainly help eliminate battery purchases.

Made from medical grade silicone, the Bondara Entice is phthalate-free and completely body-safe. The silicone itself feels nice and smooth with a medium amount of drag, though it is a lint-magnet.

The simple design for the Bondara Entice is only very slightly curved.
The simple design for the Bondara Entice is only very slightly curved.

The Bondara Entice has a reasonably simple design to it which is intended to stimulate the G-spot and offer ‘unbeatable sensations’. That being said the shaft actually lacks a heavy curve and depends, instead, on a bulging of the tip of the shaft which is slightly curved upwards. While I doubted exactly how effective this would be in use testing has since proven that this vibe can hit the G-spot with relative ease as long as you already know where your G-spot is. Its smooth design also makes it suitable for thrusting, which is another bonus.

However looking at the Bondara Bunny Vibrator in comparison I was left wondering why they didn’t keep the larger more curved shaft of that vibe on this G-spotting toy. I’m sure there must have been a reason but, personally, I probably would have liked a bit more curve on my toy. As it stands this toy could work well for those who have already located their G-spot or who don’t like/need a drastic curve to stimulate it, but for others it might be a bit too gentle.

Comparing the two makes me wonder why the G-spot vibe has the less pronounced shaft.
Comparing the two makes me wonder why the G-spot vibe has the less pronounced shaft.

The controls for the Bondara Entice are an absolute breeze to use. There are only three buttons—one to speed the toy up, one to slow it down, and one to change patters, that’s all. Lovely and simple. This toy has 10 different patterns built in and 6 different vibration intensities. The patterns also seem to take full advantage of the fact that the Bondara Entice seems to have two motors, one in mid-section of the shaft and one at the tip. This allows for some great reverberating to-and-fro patterns which some people will absolutely love.

The controls for the Bondara Entice are incredibly easy to use.
The controls for the Bondara Entice are incredibly easy to use.

Speaking of the motors, the two different motors manage to effectively provide two different kinds of vibration. The mid-section vibrations are more conventional for the price tag—being very buzzy and quite shallow—however the motor at tip of the toy provides more significant vibrations—which, while still buzzy, have a bit of resonance to them that adds clear depth to the toy during use. When used together (on the 5th pattern) the two come together to make a reverberating sensation that is just divine. While I wouldn’t recommend using the mid-section vibrations on their own they really shine on the 5th pattern setting, as they add a complimentary undertone to the top motor’s already enjoyable vibrations.

Let me make it clear here that this toy is still very buzzy and it’s still low-to-mid level in terms of vibration strength, but if that’s exactly what you want in a vibrator then this toy has got you covered, and its two motors do the job well.

Using the Bondara Embrace was a bit of a weird experience for me. Because the toy’s shaft is quite long and straight it would often try and rise slightly above my G-spot instead of actually staying on it and I’d need to reposition it a fair bit. At times this could be uncomfortable, as the Entice went deeper into me then I wanted it to. However once I had got used to positioning the toy I did find the vibrations enjoyable. I did orgasm, and it was nice. It wasn’t mind-blowing by any means but I was impressed with the quality of the orgasm for a toy that only cost £27.99, especially when some more expensive toys have been unable to get the same effect in the past.

Still there are a few things about the Bondara Entice that bugs me.

The first thing is that the shaft, as well as being too straight, if incredibly flexible. This means that if you try to apply pressure to your G-spot the Entice tends instead to shy away a bit, which isn’t ideal. If there was going to be an Entice II I’d like to see Bondara make the shaft a bit firmer.

The second big issue for me is the choice of patterns. As soon as you turn the toy on the first vibration setting you get is not the tip, nor both motors at once, but the mid-section motor all on its lonesome…what even?

While not terrible the mid-section vibrator is probably the weakest aspect of this toy when used independently and it would have been better if this toy started on the motor in the tip or in both at once. As it stand the tip’s motor is the 2nd ‘pattern’ and using both at once doesn’t come in until the 5th pattern. This, to me, seems a bit counterintuitive and doesn’t showcase the toy’s strengths as well as it could.

The third issue, in my eyes, is the faux golden ABS ring on the toy’s handle. In theory it is supposed to add a luxury element to the toy and, yes, a lot of luxury toys do have the same thing going on. However to me it’s always looked pretty tacky and, in this case, the rim of the ABS plastic has a terrible habit of getting lubricant and gunk stuck in the most impossible to clean areas. This toy would look a lot classier and be a lot more practical if it skipped the ABS and went for an all-silicone design or a similar alternative.

If you can deal with these issues, though, and still feel like the Entice is for you then it really does has a fair bit to offer.

Final Thoughts

The Bondara Entice G-Spot Vibrator may not be perfect but it still manages to offer a luxury vibe for those on a tight budget and I can certainly appreciate that.

If you like gentler vibes (both in curve and in vibration intensity) then the Bondara Entice might be for you, especially if buzzy vibrations are your cup of tea.

However if you like a G-spot toy with a stronger curve and a lot of power and your dislike buzzy vibrations then I doubt this vibrator will entice you.

Recommend to:

People who like buzzy vibrations.

People who like reverberating vibrations.

People who like small curves on their G-spot toys.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who like rumbly vibrations.

People who dislike flexible toys.

People who need a drastic curve on their G-spot toys.