The G-Spot Lollipop Double Pop doesn't look like any other sex toy I've ever seen. True to its name, it resembles a sweet, spherical lollipop on a very long stick, or a shimmering, magical fairy wand. Upon unpacking it, I immediately attempted to twirl it like a baton… which was amusing until I smacked myself in the forehead.
Given its resemblance to so many less-than-sexy objects, you might wonder why I asked SheVibe for the chance to review the G-Spot Lollipop. As you may have noticed from other reviews, I enjoy “front loaded” toys, and it doesn’t get much more front-loaded than this. The medium/large G-Spot Lollipop consists of a stainless steel rod with a solid, body safe acrylic sphere at each end. The smaller of the two is 1.75 inches in diameter, the larger is 2 inches. Mine is a pearly deep purple, but it is also available in bright pink and lime green. If the size seems like too much for you, there is a smaller option available with spheres of 1.5″ and 1.75″.
The G-Spot Lollipop comes with an instruction card that advises against heating at high temperatures or freezing. This rules out boiling to sterilize the toy, but a 10% bleach solution could be used instead. Soaking the toy in warm or cool water for mild temperature play is fine, in fact, I prefer it slightly warmed up.
I started off with the smaller end of the G-Spot Lollipop, which at 1.75″ in diameter is still rather filling. The toy doesn’t need much lube, thanks to the glassy, polished surface. It’s not intended for heavy thrusting, and slides in best with a slight rolling or twisting motion. Once inside my vagina, the sphere applied solid pressure to the G-spot. The long handle made it easy to experiment with different angles and degrees of pressure. Mostly I chose to leave it inserted and use shorter thrusts or rocking motion. The “pop” of this lolly on entry/exit is intense, and not something I wanted to overdo. There's more...