Review: Babeland Nubby G

Ah, sex toys from G-Spot. They rock my world when they are well executed. Often, the orgasms I get from G-spot toys are incredibly incredible. And adding stimulation to the clit? Even better.

So you can see why I was looking forward to reviewing the Babeland Nubby G. On paper, it’s made of a great toy; waterproof, quiet, shaped to stimulate both g-spot and clitoral. The only problem is, with the promising appeal, I couldn’t really get it to follow through.

The Babeland Nubby G is 4-1/2′′x 1-3/8′′, shaped like a “J.” Of course, this shape is intended to stimulate your g-spot. A bit shy of halfway down the toy’s length, there is an oval-shaped ring around the perimeter with small cilia-like projections designed to stimulate the vulva, anus, and clitoris.

Inside the toy, between the hook of the “J” and the oval-shaped stimulator, there is a vibrator visible through the clear, blue TPR material of the Nubby G. The vibrations are intended, in theory, to carry down the end of the J and up into the oval, stimulating both areas dually.

Two AA batteries are used by this toy. The controls are located opposite the J at the toy’s bottom end. The bottom cap unscrews where the battery compartment is to be found. To turn the toy on, simply turn the dial on the battery compartment at the top of the cap. And as expected, as the dial turns, the vibrations increase.

Once it is no longer possible to turn the dial, the vibrations are actually quite strong! I thought I could climax without any problem with these moderately strong vibrations and the g-spot action. I couldn’t, unfortunately, just….. I tried to insert the Nubby G, and my g-spot and clit seemed okay. The problem I found was that the TPR wasn’t firm enough to actually boost my g-spot. And unfortunately, I don’t have much to do with internal vibrations. I like a firm g-spot toy I could thrust…. and the Nubby G didn’t work together.

To make matters worse, when the toy was inserted, I couldn’t feel A THING on my clit. All was in the spot was supposed to be in, but in the oval stimulator I couldn’t feel any vibrations at all.

I gave up after 20 minutes of epic frustration and desperately trying to cum with the inserted Nubby G as intended. I pulled it out and put the vibrator on my clit directly. That was a lot more pleasant and I was able to climax pretty fast.

Le Sigh. I wanted to like the Babeland Nubby G. It got pretty good reviews, so I thought I’d probably be in the majority who really liked it, but for me it wasn’t. With the Nubby G you may have better luck, or you may want to check out some of Babeland’s other amazing g-spot sex toys!

Let’s talk about details, are we going to?
As noted, TPR is made of the Babeland Nubby G, a lightweight, pliable, phthalate-free and hypoallergenic material that is easily cleaned with antibacterial soap and water or toy wipes. With both water-based and silicone-based lubricants, this TPR blend is safe, so take your pick! If you plan to share, use a condom for sure. And although I haven’t used it anally, the oval shaped flare makes this toy anally safe… but use a condom again!

The Nubby G is also water-resistant! I submerged it twenty minutes while it was running and had no water leak in at all. It’s also worth noting that this toy is quiet. You can’t hear it behind a closed door, and in a shower you can’t really hear it. Very discreet.

The Babeland Nubby G is a well-made toy, which appears to be executed properly. It just didn’t do it for me, unfortunately.
Thank you for sending me the Nubby G in exchange for my review to Babeland! Would you like to give your own shot to the Nubby G? They’re going to take care of you, head over to Babeland.