Toy Review: The VeDo Inu Super Plus Rechargeable G-Spot Vibrator

Talk about starting off the year strong (not to mention teetering on the edge of those affordable adult product hopes that I have for 2018 too).

When PeepShowToys asked me if they could send the VeDo Inu my way I think I literally shrugged before typing out my essentially ‘why not’ response. I certainly like trying new and diverse products for y’all and, although there was nothing about the VeDo Inu design that ‘wowed’ me I don’t think that my degree of interest as a sex toy reviewer is always required.

Of more importance is making sure that I give you as many product reviews as I can so that when you go ‘Hmmm, I wonder if this VeDo Inu toy is any good, you can hop over to Google and find an appraisal. So, my ‘why not’ response got sent and, a little while later my Inu arrived.

Withdrawing the VeDo Inu from its pretty standard packaging (not necessarily a problem) I didn’t really know what to expect…then I turned it on.

The VeDo Inu Super Plus Rechargeable G-Spot Vibrator

The VeDo Inu Super Plus Rechargeable G-Spot Vibrator is a primarily internal vibrator designed specifically for G-Spot stimulation. I emphasize this because the VeDo Inu has no flared base to it whatsoever, meaning anal is just a complete no-go. Yes, I know you anal experts may still be of the notion that you know your body well enough to be able to take this toy regardless but I really do advise against it. More about that later.

This vibrator adds some swirls but is that its strong suit.

Measuring in at 5.75 inches and with a maximum 5 inch girth, the VeDo Inu has focused on two core stimulation styles in this design – hitting the G-Spot and massaging the vaginal walls and opening with its texture. To this end, most of the VeDo Inu’s shaft is give a diagonal spiraling design which is straight in how it swirls, creating a rolling ripple of a silhouette.

These swirls start out close-knit before becoming wider and chunkier to provide variation. The reality of this doesn’t really translate much, because the Inu’s shaft widens slightly, and the smaller swirls, near the G-Spot curve get almost entirely glossed over by the body when inserted in favor of the curve and the larger, girthier curves, but it does make for a nice design, at least.

As for the G-Spot curve, it is reserved entirely to the tip of the VeDo Inu and, when standing the toy up, kind of looks like a meerkat, popping its head up inquisitively to check for anything of interest in the area.

Meerkats have a strong reputation for being able to quickly detect what they’re seeking and swiftly alerting the mob (the name for a group of meerkats) of their discovery. I mention this because as soon as the Inu VeDo detects the G-Spot (which is very swiftly) it immediately sends all the right signals through the body for that swift ‘Oh, hello!’ reaction that most people, especially G-Spot newbies, are hoping for.

Unscrew the cap and you can charge your product.

The shaft of the VeDo Inu is firm, but not rigid, making this prominent detection and continued contact all the more engaging and effective. As for the ripples? They’re nice. Not overpowering, nor overly noticeable, but enjoyable enough that they break up what may have otherwise been the monotony of a smooth shaft. I don’t crave the texture of the VeDo Inu but I do feel like I would miss it if it was gone, which is the mark of a good design inclusion (if not a great one).

The VeDo Inu takes its core design and wraps it in smooth, matte, body-safe silicone, which is non-porous and phtalate-free. This means you won’t get any nasty surprises, irritation, or infections from using the VeDo Inu. This toy is also waterproof, as long as its ABS plastic control & battery screw lid is firmly secured, meaning you can easily wash it or even use it in the shower or bath. I’m not personally a fan of sex in the water, especially given how it tends to dry up any lubrication, but I do think that it’s great for VeDo to add this feature (especially as it’s pretty much expected nowadays).

As the title of this review suggests, the VeDo Inu is also rechargeable and removing its screw cap base will reveal its charging port. Just be sure to keep track of the ‘base’ when you remove it, as this is also where the single-button control is located. Lose this part and you’re basically making your toy redundant. Just a pro-tip I’ve learnt from a few unfortunate mishaps with other toys.

The button for the VeDo Inu gives you access to its 10 vibration patterns, 3 of which are continual with varying degrees of intensity, and the rest of which offer sporadic vibrations composed in to patterns, and, wow, those vibrations are nice. Rumbly, resonant, and deep, these vibration provoke a prolific reaction from my body which just keeps going in to approving spasms and clenches, culminating in orgasms just as good as some of my wand orgasms (and even better when combined with a wand on my clit). Using the Inu and Doxy 3 combo I have achieved orgasms with this toy where I audibly responded with all the smoothness of Jack Black in some of his gentler tracks.

In short. Yes.

I used this toy both clitorally and internally and, in both cases, felt completely satisfied with it. The VeDo Inu isn’t quite quiet enough to take with me for family trips but I kind of wish it was, because I didn’t want to part with it over the festive season. It is, in short, a very good, suitably strong, vibrator for most vaginal occasions.

This button does not work well for a few reasons.

But anal does need to take a miss, again, because of the lack of shaft and, more importantly the button of the toy.

This toy’s single use button is located on an ABS base, which makes it slippery and hard to control properly anyway (no handle is a clear downside of this toy). But, to top this off, the button is right at the bottom, meaning if you try to push this toy in more you often end up accidentally changing pattern and having to filter through all 10 to get back to where you want. The button is stupidly sensitive and has been the main irritation I’ve had with this product.

Why did you do this toy me, VeDo, why?

Final Thoughts

Moving forward, I think VeDo Inu Super Plus Rechargeable G-Spot Vibrator would benefit from giving this toy some form of handle and making its recharge section an open port, rather than a screw cap. But, then again, that would probably bring too much attention to the fact that the VeDo Inu and the Fun Factory Patchy Paul look very similar (despite performing quite differently), but I digress.

I didn’t necessarily underestimate the VeDo Inu, but I will hold my hands up and say that I didn’t give it the intial attention that it deserved, and the VeDo Inu swiftly corrected me on that approach and changed my attitude from the very first use.

If you like power and want to get to know/already love hitting your G-Spot then I have no hesitation recommending the VeDo Inu to you as a handy-dandy go-to vibrator with some good oomph to it. If you’re looking for the new sex toy innovation then you’re not going to find it here, but there’s no need to reinvent the wheel if the device it’s used for is already giving you one heck of a ride.

Recommend to:

People who want to find their G-Spot.

G-Spot lovers.

People who like rumbly vibrations.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who prefer glossy silicone.

People who want a G and P-Spot toy.

People who hate single-button controls.

The VeDo Inu Super Plus Rechargeable G-Spot Vibrator was provided to me by Peepshowtoys in exchange for an honest review. If you want to support my site then please do make purchases using the affiliate links included.