Toy Review: The VeDo Gee Plus Rechargeable Silicone G-Spot Vibrator

What would you say if I told you that you could purchase a rechargeable, waterproof, silicone vibrator with 10 different modes of vibration for under $35?

I know what my first instinct would be: What’s the catch?

Well, surprisingly there really isn’t one.

Granted, this vibrator isn’t perfect (are any?) but hot damn am I impressed by what it delivers for the price range.

The VeDo Gee Plus Rechargeable Silicone G-Spot Vibrator

The VeDo Gee Plus Rechargeable Silicone G-Spot Vibrator is a compact vibrator designed specifically for use as a G-Spot vibrator (as its name coyly suggests).

I say ‘compact’ because the VeDo Gee Plus is a relatively small vibrator, and that’s perhaps the major sticking point either for or against this vibrator.

This vibrator is so small it’s almost cute.

Measurement-wise the VeDo Gee Plus has an insertable length of just 4 inches and a maximum diameter of 1.2 inches. It’s essentially a slightly chunkier bullet vibe with a bulging head rather than the usual point.

What is this head good for?

Besides G-Spot stimulation the VeDo Gee Plus can also work very well as a clitoral vibrator. Its size and shape allows it to nicely snuggle in to place on the clitoris and provide ample amounts of pressure (due to its rather firm shaft).

This little vibrator can also provide a good external perineum massage—as, again, it has the firmness, shape, and size needed to work well.

But, thinking about the original purpose of this vibrator, how does its size work then?

Really damned well.

Because it’s relatively slim the VeDo Gee Plus is easy to insert and its girth causes very little in the way of an expansive or ‘full’ feeling.

There are a lot of good G-Spot vibrators on the market (there are also a lot of bad ones too) but something that many of them have in common is that they tend to be rather long. This length can be appreciated but it’s not necessary, nor always helpful.

The G-Spot is typically considered to be 2 to 3 inches inside of the vagina. This vibrator has 4 inches of length. This brings it right into that sweet spot of ‘just long enough’ to offer leeway without adding too much in terms of additional length.

This makes the VeDo Gee Plus a perfect starter toy for those wanting to explore G-Spot stimulation—not because it’s slim, but because it’s short. For those who have no clue about their G-Spot the idea of taking in an incredibly long sex toy may seem daunting or perhaps even off-putting. For some it may even give them the wrong impression—Do I need all this length? How far up does it have to go? Is my body wrong if I don’t take the entire toy?

These hypotheticals might seem outlandish at first but I remember thinking at least one of them as a teenager. I can’t tell you what I would have given if I was browsing through insertable sex toys and found one which reassured me through its very design that I don’t need to ‘take it’ in order to find what feels good for me. A toy that eliminates the pressure of length.

The size of the VeDo Gee Plus also makes it great for travel, even if it lacks a suitable travel lock. This vibrator is pitches as ‘silent’ but it’s probably better termed as ‘quivering whir discreet’. It’s definitely got a high pitched hum to it that would be heard if you were sharing a room with someone (or had very thin walls) but grab a blanked at close the door on most rooms and you should be fine. Buut if you’re travelling you might still want to put that ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign on your room, just in case.

The VeDo Gee Plus is rechargeable and can actually run for 2 hours before its charge runs out. It keeps things relatively simple with a single button design (though this comes with its own downsides) and is also completely waterproof, making it very easy to clean. Just make sure its screw-off cap is firmly screwed back on before submerging this vibe, otherwise you might null-and-void its waterproof properties.

A single button controls everything.

When it comes to body-safety the VeDo Gee Plus is made from a luxurious matte silicone—making it non-porous, phthalate-free, and completely body safe. Words cannot express just how happy this makes me. There was once a time where the adult industry considered it neigh impossible to provide silicone sex toys at an affordable price (or, at least, finding such toys was rare). Now silicone toys come in at a price suitable for most people’s budget and I grin wider with each additional release. Pretty soon I’ll be like the Cheshire Cat if trends keep on going the way they are.

Buuut we all know a vibrator is only as good as its vibrations, so how does the VeDo Gee Plus perform?

Adequately, I’d say.

The VeDo Gee Plus sports impressively powerful vibrations but they are nether rumbly and deep nor high-pitched and shallow. Instead they function in the middle-space as a quivering, shivering kind of vibration that feels almost like rapid ripples on a lake. These vibrations can feel like they penetrate the body at times (I don’t even need to go beyond the gentlest setting when this vibrator is inserted) but they can also feel a little too localized and shallow depending on the typical depth that you’re used to.

As an introductory vibrator, though, these vibrations get top marks once again. They avoid the buzzy cliché and present a nice variety of intensity and patterns while also allowing users to familiarize themselves with the benefits of a toy that goes beyond the surface. This was such a relief to me because so many cheap vibrators can trip up on this point.

That being said, the VeDo Gee Plus is not a special snowflake of brilliant white perfection, and I do have a few gripes with it.

Personally the vibrations just aren’t rumbly enough for me to orgasm with it clitorally. Internally the vibrations are perfect and the resulting orgasms are a clear indicator of where the G-Spot is and exactly why it’s so highly sought after (Read ‘gaspingly good’), buuut I just can’t get on board with this vibrator externally, at least not as a finisher.

Of more frustration is the fact that this vibrator is one among a few new vibrators that put their highest intensity before their lowest and then decreases the power incrementally. Am I missing something here? Why is this ever a good idea? Last time I checked I ramp the power up as I go about masturbating and very rarely drop back down. I know I’m an odd duck but I can’t be that quirky.

Lastly it’d also be nice if the VeDo Gee Plus used a USB/microUSB set-up for charging rather than having its own custom prong design, but that’s just me hoping to minimize the amount of cables I need to hold on to.

Final Thoughts

The VeDo Gee Plus doesn’t get everything right. It won’t tick all the boxes for all individuals but it does provide the right size, shape, and range of vibrations to facilitate sexual exploration, easy travel-use, and compact storage.

It’s good for anyone who has ever felt intimidated by larger toys (those recovering from Vaginismus, for example), and is part of a continual effort to provide more affordable silicone sex toys to people from all backgrounds.

All of these things mean that I feel rather enthusiastic about the VeDo Gee Plus, even if I wouldn’t use it for every sexual situation. And, hey, at $31 it’s well worth those who are curious giving it a try.

Recommend to:

People who need a travel vibe.

People who are just beginning to explore vibes.

People who like/need smaller vibrators.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who prefer larger/girthier/longer toys.

People who need deep and rumbly vibrations.

People who cannot abide the order of its patterns.

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