Review: Womanizer OG
Womanizer OG is a vibrator that, despite the price, I was thrilled to meet in person. Judging by the description, my G-spot should be squealing with joy and getting wetter and wetter by the minute. Finally, a vibrator with a suction function for the G-spot!
I have already used one of the Womanizer vibrators, which was among my favorites. It offers endless steady vibrations, and there's no way one of the levels won't take me to the sweet end. That's precisely what I had in mind for the Womanizer OG too. So I waited for my well-deserved paycheck and ordered it from Womanizer's official website. A good week later, when I got home from work, there was a purple package waiting for me at the foot of my bed, next to a necklace with a golden clitoris on it.
I put the latter next to the one I already had and opened the second package, which drew all my attention. As I slowly pulled the inner part out, my eye was caught by the cutely written instructions for use. Unfortunately, I didn't manage to read all the points because I was much more interested in the object underneath: the long, sharply curved, and bright purple silicone-covered Womanizer OG. On the left side of the vibrator, you can find a magnetic charger, a storage bag, detailed instructions for use, and a warranty. But I only had eyes for the purple beauty.
OG measures just over seventeen centimeters, eleven of which are insertable. The head is a few millimeters thicker than the curve of the vibrator and big enough for an AirPulse technology snout. But this one is different from most of the beaks that landed on my clitoris in the past. It is broader and shallower. It covers a larger surface area, but I was not sure about the effectiveness and strength of the stimulation.
There are four buttons on the base: the tail below the golden plastic line is the button to switch the toy on and off; above it are the plus and minus buttons to walk backward and forwards through the twelve strengths of the pressure waves, and above these two the switch to control the three steady vibrations. Before the first test, blinded by my own imagination, I overlooked the giant power button. So instead, I pressed and held the already slightly harder plus button like crazy. Then, when I was about to give up, I noticed the circle and the stick, the sign for the button I was looking for.
Although it seemed even harder to press than the previous button, the light I had been craving for so long came on. I was relieved the batteries were not empty. As I brought the AirPulse snout closer to the clit, the toy was gently and quietly purring. The sound volume increased as I increased the suction power, but it was barely noticeable. Even though I was just warming up my peach, something was wrong. Despite going toward the most potent levels of the pressure waves on the clitoris (a recipe for tears), it was leaving me lukewarm.
Inserting it into the peach was more difficult due to the unprepared peach and the lack of lubricant, but I managed to get it in the tight hole with some strength. I could feel pressure waves, but they were weaker than on the clitoris, even though the stimulation was more pointed. I had reached the strongest level, but my peach was just starting to get wet. I searched for a point whose stimulation would push me over the edge. I pushed the vibrator down and up, kept it neutral, and pushed it deeper or shallower into the peach again. I got the most out of pushing the vibrator down, so the snout slid up and down the top wall. But I was still far away from my goal, so I took it out and pressed it against my clitoris again. The orgasm was gentle and barely noticeable.
Although I didn't love the OG vibrator at first, it slowly grew on me. We progressed slowly, step by step. Next time, before using it, I read the instructions well, the short version I noticed on the box initially. Only then did I discover the button to switch on the vibrations and read that the OG was also supposed to have a post-orgasm body cooling down function called Afterglow. I felt overwhelmed the first time I used the toy with the vibrations turned on. Of course, I would orgasm with the combination of pressure waves and vibrations. It has happened to me every other time.
The strongest vibration level has pushed the AirPulse air technology on the side track. Inside, it was no longer possible to separate one from the other. It seemed to me that the OG was like other G-spot vibrators. So I got used to having the vibrations at the lowest level three-quarters of the way to orgasm. I only let myself use the highest level at the very end.
The Afterglow is nothing but a good gimmick. Hold the minus button briefly to reach the first level of pressure waves, and turn down the vibrations if you like. However, if you prefer the vibrator to stop at that moment, hold the on/off button instead. The vibrator is indeed touch-operated, but the sensor is hidden in the snout, which is flooded with body juices after stimulation of the peach. Therefore, the sensor will not detect that the vibrator is free and will continue to vibrate happily.
Despite having a few drawbacks, the OG is a vibrator in the long run. You will only enjoy it after some time, after you have discovered what works for you and what doesn't. During my tests, I found part of my way around how to alternate stimulation of the clitoris and the peach, how to accelerate and calm down, and which direction to move in. This is a vibrator for those with a lot of patience. If you don't want that, buy yourself a toy like InsideOut. But if you prefer the journey, the silence, and getting to know yourself, then the OG is the right choice. And one day, they will offer even more pressure waves and vibration strengths. It will be a vibrator that will take the patient and those hurrying toward the goal to new heights.