Of all the dildos I’ve tried, glass dildos are by far my favorite type. I have a feeling I would love any other hard materials too, like wood or steel, but glass is the only hard material I’ve tried so far.
Glass toys are also extremely pretty, even the most basic of designs appeal to my toy snob sensibilities, and the Red Pleasure Wand is no exception.
Glass is also a plus because it isn’t porous, so it can be completely disinfected. You can clean it with soap and water or boil it to be sure to get any possible bacteria. Glass also retains heat extremely well, so you can stick it in the freezer for some extra cold sensation play, or heat it up in warm water.
The Red Pleasure Wand is about eight inches long and a one inch thick shaft with one and a half inch thick bulbous ends. It is made of clear glass with red swirls on each round end.
One end is slightly curved, and when I first saw it I was skeptical as to whether or not it would actually end up hitting my g-spot, as usually g-spotting toys have more of a curve to them. However, because of the bulb on the end, which is wider than the shaft, the bulb was able to press against my g-spot nicely, adding that extra delicious amount of sensation.
The other end is not curved, but the bulbous end on that is able to hit the g-spot as well, if used at an angle, though it’s not as easy as the curved end. Each bulb acts as a nice handle when inserting the other end as well. Since I’m a fan of g-spot stimulation I have to say the slightly curved end is my favorite, but the straight end is also nice for anal fun or general thrusting.
Only a small percentage of my toy collection is made up of glass dildos, but the ones I have are all favorites in my toybox. Perhaps the best part about the Red Pleasure Wand is it’s price: a wonderful glass g-spot dildo for under $25? Pretty much sounds like heaven to me!