Bgee Vibe from Babeland

reviewed by AlwaysArousedGirl on Tue 20 May 2008

The Bgee Vibrator from Babeland is part of a new line of toys from a company called Bswish. They promote a more upscale product, with sleek packaging, tasteful images and informative text.

At first glance the Bgee certainly seems promising. The box is classy; it could be given as a gift without fretting over raunchy porn star images.

Available in magenta, gray or blue, the texture of the Bgee is far more velvety than the typical hard plastic toy. It’s almost mesmerizing. Before putting it to use, I spent a good half-hour just stroking the toy.

Of course, that half-hour was spent on the phone with a friend, working our way up to phone sex, but hey, the texture was awesome.

The vibe itself clearly is designed for the g-spot (Bgee…get it?). A long, thin cylinder connects to a bent egg-shape, which in theory should allow one to put pressure on the appropriate body part. The cylinder is just large enough to house two AAA-batteries — in other words, it’s quite small.

Turned on, the Bgee produces a low hum interrupted by occasional rattlings from the batteries. I was pleased with the level of noise produced by the toy, until I put toy to clit.

Alas, the Bgee’s quiet sound corresponds to a very gentle intensity of vibration. Even cranked up to full blast, placed directly on my clit, and encouraged by the enthusiastic talk of my friend, the Bgee took a long time to get me off.

It felt fine on my g-spot, but really it was nothing special. Because the product is so tiny, it was hard for me to exert enough pressure on my g-spot for satisfaction. Add that to the gentle vibrations, and it really wasn’t that much fun.

I give Bswish credit for turning out a product that looks professional instead of sleazy. I’d be far happier if the Bgee put out decent power, even if that came at the price of a few pictures of half-naked ladies.

Bgee Vibe from Babeland
Available at Babeland
7" long x 4/5" wide at widest point
$40.00