Nexus G-Play G-Spot & Anal Vibrator Review

The Nexus G-Play is advertised as a unisex vibrator, suitable for both g-spot and p-spot stimulation. Being that I’m a guy I’m going to be reviewing this with anal p-spot stimulation in mind.

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It’s made from silicone with a matte appearance and smooth velvety texture that feels very similar to the material used in Lelo toys. I did notice a seam that runs around the edge of it although this is barely noticeable when running your fingers along it and completely unnoticeable during use. It has no noticeable smell or taste.

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It’s difficult to describe the shape, but as you can see from the pictures it’s a sort of bulging ‘S’ shape with a flared base. Looking down from above, rather than being a circular shape it’s more oval. The diameter varies along the length of the toy between about 1-1.5″. It’s 4″ long with an insertable length of just over 3.5″.

How it works

The Nexus G-Play is a very hard toy, with almost no flexibility to it’s construction. Because of this it makes it very easy to find and stimulate the prostate.

The controls of this toy are where it really falls down. There is only one speed (which is not all that powerful), controlled by a single button, which is also used to scroll through the five different vibration patterns. This button is difficult to locate and push during use and becomes very slippery if only the smallest amount of lube gets on it.

The vibrations are primarily focused in the head of the vibrator and are a more high pitched buzzing kind of vibration. The five different vibration patterns available are:

  • Constant vibration
  • Short sharp pulses
  • Long deep pulses
  • Pulses of escalating low to high vibrations
  • Escalating low to high vibrations with pulses

It is powered by a single AAA battery that is inserted at the base.

Lube and cleaning

Like with all silicone sex toys, do not use silicone based lubricants, always use water-based to prevent the material from deteriorating.

The non porous surface of the Nexus G-Play is easily cleaned with soap and water or a non-alcohol sex toy cleaner. If sharing this toy with a partner it is very advisable to use a bleach solution to clean it between uses.

When cleaning be careful not to get water near the base of this toy as the battery compartment and controls are not waterproof.

Storage is pretty easy. The G-Play doesn’t seem to attract lint, although I would advise to store it in a soft pouch of some kind to protect the smooth silicone texture.

The Nexus G-Play comes in a cylindrical black plastic case with a clear window at the front showing the toy inside. It’s very simple, but stylish at the same time. On the back of the box are instructions. Inside the box the vibrator is held in place on a velvety tray that slides out, behind which is a leaflet featuring Nexus’ other products.

My first impressions when looking at the Nexus G-Play were that there’s no way such a small toy can provide any real kind of stimulation, this was wrong of me to assume. It’s rigidity is it’s biggest plus, meaning despite it’s small size it’s very easy to find and stimulate the p-spot. It’s only real drawback is it’s simplistic control and lack of adjustable power. If you can get over that then this toy comes well recommended!

If you want something more main stream and more popular check out the Gigi 2.

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