siiiighhhh. Toys like this confuse me.
They make me have a slight identity crisis. The kind of identity crisis where you don’t know if you have an allergy or if you just hate something. Do I ask for no onions because I’m allergic and know I’m going to have a bad time? Or do I ask for no onions because I fuckin’ don’t like onions, okay!….
I don’t like the Groovy Chick, okay. I don’t.
She (do I say she? she’s called a chick? ohh Rocks-Off, you slay me with these gender pronouns, animisms, and your Ed Hardy aesthetic…don’t worry, readers, I wont say she) This g-spot vibrator has that seemingly perfectly cuddly C shape, but just like rabbit vibrators – it is an ideal that is hard to meet. They only fit a specific anatomy and an anatomy that I do not have.
But am I (most likely) never going to use this toy again because it doesn’t fit my anatomy? Or because I just don’t think it is that great? The world may never know, unless I get labiaplasty. But that is far more commitment than I am willing to give to this review.
Despite my anatomy complaint, it actually does hits my g-spot pretty nicely, not as perfectly as others have, but pretty well. The flexible C shape glides the toy right towards my g-spot, making this toy really great for someone who is on the epic g-spot search. However, once they finally get there with this thing they might be too disappointed to continue and go back to the clitoris, where it is fun. Though some people might find it, stimulate it, and strike gold. Maybe. I don’t know. I don’t know those people, but I’m sure they were part of the prototyping.
Anyways, it hits my g-spot. But then the curve is too big to actually hug my clitoris, who is now feeling very left out in the cold. It almost reaches my middle pelvic region, which, side note: if it did reach up all the way, would be awesome for my menstrual cramps. Imagine a toy that could massage and relieve pain where my uterine lining is sloughing off AND get me off at the same time!?
The worst part about the Groovy Chick might be that the strongest vibrations are at the top end of the vibrator, the place that is meant to touch the clitoris. So for me, the strongest vibrations are wasted. They are buzzy, too. The vibrations get a tad lost in the thick silicone, but are still present enough to buzz my fingertips to numbness, because that is also the only place to hold on to the toy.
There isn’t anywhere else to hold on to it because the toy is meant to be hands-free. You wear the toy in such a fashion that it should simultaneously stimulate the g-spot and the clitoris (similar to how the we-vibe works, except that the Groovy Chick isn’t meant to be a “couple’s toy”), and then you rock back and forth in a seated position. I tried this and it feels good. It does. I got pretty wet doing it. I also never got off doing it. It’s a lot of work and after Stronic treatment and learning about Treat Yo Self day, I know that working that hard for an orgasm is absolutely unnecessary.
The best thing I could do with this toy was lift the handle (or lift the mildly-textured-for-clitoral-stimulation part) and pull on it so that my g-spot could get more pressure and then use a small clit-stim toy for the external stuff. This felt great and I got off.
The people are friendly and easy to work with. The packaging is perfect for shops because it has a classy design, it is sturdy, it can be hung or shelved and the front is clear, allowing people to see exactly what they are getting before they buy. The silicone has no weird smells and feels nice and smooth and squishy. The bullet can be taken out for easy cleaning and if you have another bullet vibe you adore, you’re welcome to stuff that in the silicone instead. It comes with Rocks-Off’s very own RO 80mm bullet, which is pin-pointy and strong. Stronger than the bullet that comes with Tantus vibrators.
It is a quality toy for the price, because it isn’t outrageously expensive. It is battery operated, so if you want to travel with it, simply take the batteries out. It only has one button to shift through the three power levels, four patterns, and turning it off. That one button thing is slightly annoying to me, but a simplification many people prefer.
Maybe the Rock Chick Mini would have worked better for me and my anatomy? Maybe not? Until then, if you want to try a Rocks-Off toy, I liked the 4US vibrating ring. If you want a g-spot toy, this has worked best for me so far. If you want a C shape toy – buy them all and try to find one that fits.
And if you still want to get the Groovy Chick, you can get it at Rocks-Off for £39.99
Or at Shevibe for $44.99.
As always, eternal thank yous to Rocks-Off for sending me this toy!