Review: Lumunu.de Deluxe G-Spot Vibrator

  • Silicone Coated Plastic/Waterproof/USB Rechargeable/Travel lockable/Waterproof/Multiple Speed & Pattern Settings
  • Insertable Length: 5.5 inches Circumference: 5 inches

When browsing the Lumunu site, this was the vibrator that looked the most promising to me. It was the only toy that I requested that I then actually received (only in the wrong colour but I guess I can’t have it all). It’s also a really generic vibe I’ve seen sold elsewhere under a variety of different names. On closer inspection, the same can be said for a lot of Lumunu’s catalogue… buuuut I digress.

The quality and style is like the Wonder Wave. Strange, slightly grainy silicone (not that noticeable until I compare it to my LELO toys), visible and feelable seams and the three button control panel blatantly ripped off from the LELO Insignia range. I requested this in blue but received what I think is supposed to be the pink, or possibly purple at a stretch. It operates exactly the same way as the Wonder Wave and also has seven patterns and six intensities.

The shaft is quite an odd shape. If you were to look at a cross section of it, it would be an oval shape rather than circular like most toys. As it’s not über girthy I wasn’t concerned about this being uncomfortable during use like my Icicles No. 24 can be sometimes. The bulge at the tip is quite reminiscent of the LELO Mona 2 but due to the irregular shape caused by the extra width I don’t find it as comfortable as the Mona. The shaft stretches my vagina sideways which I find a bit peculiar and not particularly pleasurable. I do have a really sensitive vaginal opening that apparently really isn’t into non-cylindrical objects though, so others may not have this issue.

After washing the toy a few times before use, I noticed a vague rubbery smell that wouldn’t go away. The Wonder Wave didn’t have this smell so I decided to do a flame test just to see what would happen. The Wonder Wave left the ordeal unscathed, however the Deluxe G-Spot vibe was left with black sooty marks that won’t wash off (visible in the photo below). This doesn’t indicate that the Deluxe isn’t silicone but I thought it was interesting that the one with the slight smell is the one that showed any proof of me taking a lighter to it! Anyway, this is just my sex toy material geek coming out to play, onwards with the review!

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After my experience with the Wonder Wave, I really wasn’t expecting much from this toy. The first setting confirmed my suspicions – the vibrations were so weak, buzzy and surface level, seemed to weaken the harder I pressed the toy against my fingers and weren’t even focussed in the tip/shaft. I soldiered on and tried the next setting… which was a game changer. It seems this toy has two motors, one in the tip and one in the clitoral nub. The motor in the tip is dramatically more powerful and dare I say, has a nice rumble to it. I managed to have a fairly decent orgasm using the tip on my clit… but the whole time I was pining for my Mona 2 or Rosa. The pattern settings were okay internally, but to me were nothing special. The clitoral nub is completely obsolete as if I insert the toy far enough in to feel it, the bulge is about 10,000 miles past my G-Spot. Plus as I’ve already implied, the motor in the clit nub is shockingly weak and not worth bothering with.

Having said that, during my time as a reviewer I have fallen into the common trap of becoming a bit of a sex toy snob. I’m so spoiled. The majority of the things I review on here are luxury toys and are usually pretty pricey. Lumunu’s Deluxe G-Spot Vibrator retails for €39.99 which is a little under £30… that’s not a bad price. It’s less than half the price of a Mona 2 and a quarter the price of a Rosa. For that money, it’s actually pretty good.

Something I do really like about the toy is its length. I don’t need a lot of length to reach my G-Spot but I do sometimes struggle to reach toys while they’re inserted as I have a weirdly proportioned back and arms. As well as having a lot of insertable length, it also has a sizeable looped handle which I find really easy to hold onto during use. This toy would really suit other people with reach issues, be it a physical disability, odd bodily proportions or just a bit of belly in the way!

Overall this is a good toy for people on a budget. It’s not brilliant, but for something of its power level and build quality (it’s waterproof, rechargeable and has a travel lock function, I’ve had toys that retail over £100 lack some of those functions!) at the price it’s retailing at on Lumunu.de it’s a bargain. I’ve felt weaker, buzzier vibrations on toys almost triple the price. I hate saying this but this would be a great “beginners” toy for someone looking to explore decent vibrations without having to shell out for a higher end toy.

RRP: €39.99 (approx. £29.21)

Overall Rating: 2.5 Stars

Value for Money (Rip Off 0 – 5 Bargain):   4.5 Stars
Looks (Ugly 0 – 5 Beautiful):   3 Stars
Build Quality (Pile of Crap 0 – 5 Top of the Line):   3 Stars
Noise Level (Silent 0 – 5 Loud):   2 Stars
Strength of Vibrations (Weak 0 – 5 Powerful):   3.5 Stars
Orgasm Rating (Didn’t Come 0 – 5 Sent Me Through the Roof!):   3.5 Stars

Available at Lumunu.de


I was sent the Deluxe G-Spot Vibrator by Lumunu free of charge in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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Little Spoon is a twenty-something, kinky, queer lady based in the wilds of Derbyshire, UK. She started reviewing adult products in 2012 and created the sex blog Always the Little Spoon in June 2014.
When she's not writing she can be found frequenting cocktail bars with her wonderful other half, cuddling with her pet parrots or on stage performing burlesque.
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2 thoughts on “Review: Lumunu.de Deluxe G-Spot Vibrator

  1. dv8

    Being on a budget is one thing but splurging on a quality toy is better than buying a cheaper toy that’ll probably be replaced at some point.

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    1. Little Spoon Post author

      I totally agree with you, but I know a lot of people out there still don’t want to or see the point in spending a lot (£50+) on something as ‘non-essential’ as a sex toy.

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