1. Nexus G-Rider 5 Function Silicone G-Spot Vibrator

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      1. Nexus G-Rider 5 Function Silicone G-Spot Vibrator

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    1. Product Description

      Orgasmic massages are yours with this curvaceous silicone vibrator. Boasting a waved shaft that graduates into a curved, bulbed tip to massage your G-spot with 1 powerful vibration speed and 4 patterns for delicious sensations.

      A textured panel on the massager's base is perfectly placed to stimulate your clitoris, making blended orgasms yours to explore. Coat your vibrator with plenty of water-based lube for enhanced sensations.

      Key features:

      - Vibrating G-spot massager

      - Made from silicone

      - 1 vibration speed and 4 patterns

      - Waved and ribbed for internal massage

      - Textured external panel for clitoral stimulation

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    1. Customer Reviews

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      2. Nexus G-Rider 5 Function Silicone G-Spot Vibrator

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    1. Good but needs a few tweaks to reach perfection

      Reviewed: 08 January 2014 by Cara Sutra, a Bisexual Going Steady Female

      Cara: As this is a man's sex toy, I needed a man to test it out!

      I couldn't find a real man, so instead had to ask my slave Minnie to test it for me. I hope this is okay. Here's the feedback:

      Minnie: Having reviewed the Nexus Excel prostate massager last summer, Cara Sutra recently asked me to review the Nexus G-Rider.

      It is very similar in size and shape to the Excel, which was good news for me as the Excel certainly worked wonders for me, so I had high hopes.

      The main difference between the two is that the G-Rider has a built in vibrator, with several different modes. The T-shaped horns are flatter and are ridged to enhance the sensations. Thoughtfully it is supplied with a single AAA battery, which is fitted through a removable cap into the main shaft. There is also a small rubberised button next to the cap which is used to scroll through the various vibration sequences as well as to turn the vibe off.

      It's a nice thick size, chunky and solid. It's about 4" long and 1.5" diameter at its widest part.

      Having given it a precautionary wash and applied lube, it slid in easily, though novices may find it a bit chunky at first.

      As soon as it was in my cock began to dribble cum, as with the Excel. So far, so good. I managed to find the button to turn on the vibe, however it's quite small and not easy to locate or push, especially when covered in lube.

      I scrolled through the different settings before settling for the constant full speed setting which suited me best. As before, my cock was leaking good amounts of cum, with little difference whether the vibe was on or not.

      I enjoyed it for half an hour or so before removing it. When I tried to wash it I discovered the main drawback to this otherwise excellent massager. As well as the cap for the battery being quite small and fiddly to fit it is also not even splash-proof which makes immersing it in water to wash thoroughly impossible. The raised nodules on the T-bar tend to hold whichever lube you have used and, without being able to immerse it makes thorough cleaning very difficult.

      This is a great shame as otherwise I had a great time testing and reviewing the Nexus G-Rider. I'm sure the makers could modify the cap so it is waterproofed, a la RO-80 bullets perhaps.

      It is as effective as the Excel but due to the lack of waterproofing for the battery and hard to use button I can only award it 6 out of 10.

    2. Overall Rating:
      6 out of 10 stars
      Design, size, power.
      Not waterproof, or even splashproof!
      Bottom line
      A great idea, but needs a few improvements.
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