Drazard wrote:Kisa wrote:Idra wrote:I dunno. Part of the problem is my wishlist is relatively complete. And I do have that Tongue in Opal, so I don't feel desperate to get it or anything.
I've been debating an Echo for a while now, but I'm not sure that the shape would work for me, so I've also been waiting to see if I could get one secondhand for relatively cheap...
And then I was also thinking of a small Sleip, but I'm not sure how opal would look on a Sleip and I'm not 100% on that shape working for me.
And lastly I was considering a Bumble because everyone has been singing Bumble's praises lately, but a) I'm really iffy about supporting that and b) it looks like it could be exactly the right shape to miss the relevant "spots" entirely.
Just wanted to chime in here with my love for Echo. I own several sex toys, and Echo is by far my favorite. The shape of his head plus the curve of his shaft makes him perfect to hit my gspot. And while he's relatively smooth, he has some texture which feels nice, but I'm glad he doesn't have too much texture otherwise I would have to take him slower.
I also feel like he's very vaginally ergonomic, as in after I've taken about half of that bludge my vagina just pulls him in. He's the toy that I consistently can achieve internal orgasms with. He has a medial ridge that traps lube though, so you'll need extra lube to use him. But I notice you have a Crackers and I think if you like Crackers, you'll probably like Echo since they are of similar shape with that buldge of their shaft that tapers down toward the base.
Funnily enough, my feelings towards my Echo were the polar opposite of yours! I think Echo was the first toy I ever bought that I actively disliked in use: he was so smooth that he felt like nothing, yet the tiny ridges on his underside simultaneously managed to irritate me; he poked all the wrong places; and the long bulge just didn't work for me at all. I was really upset that he didn't work for me - I was super excited for a toy based on a Star Wars creature, and I loved the colour mine was in!
That said, I also really wasn't keen on my Nox - which is odd, seeing as Echo and Nox are both often touted as being great vaginal toys! I guess I just need more texture than either of those models offer. Funny how bodies differ so much!
I'm another one who didn't like Echo. Opposite of vaginally ergonomic, for me.
It's not the bulge that bothered me, it's that somehow the tip of the toy drove straight into my cervix every single time I tried to use it. And flipping the toy around felt weird with the bulge going backwards so that wouldn't work either.
It was too smooth for me to feel anything, as well. So the only sensation I got was the targeted cervix stabbing.
And I had the same exact problems with Nox too. So when people say they're very similar, I agree because both are the only toys to give me actual cramps from the stabbing. Feels like menstrual cramps.
Personally I'm more of a short, textured toy person myself.
I don't like the Comet Wand/other g-spotting toys either, so I've learned to just disregard toy hypes because my body doesn't tend to like what's popular. Except Flint.