Prism V Review

Prism 5 review~I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review.~

Some of my favorite toys on the market are ones that can double as clitoral and G-spot stimulators, and do so equally well.  The L’Amourose PRISM V is one of those rare but awesome toys.

A little bit about it: The PRISM V is a silicone, rechargeable vibrator with a pronounced head and artistic styling (hence the name “prism”).  It comes in azure blue (pictured), sky blue, and sunset red.

What I loved: I was kind of in awe when I took the PRISM V out of the package.  It’s pretty without being gaudy, classy without seeming like it’s trying too hard, and cute without being over-the-top (I’m looking at YOU, Cupcake!).

Of course, I’m always madly in love with rechargeables and silicone vibes, because, well, body safe and I don’t have to scramble to find batteries at the worst possible time.  But most quality vibes have that going for them now.  What sets this one apart, aside from a beautiful design, is that it is fairly strong.

Most G-spot vibes don’t do a whole lot for me.  Heck, it was only about 3 years ago when I finally found how to properly stimulate my finicky G-spot.  The Mona 2 does a pretty good job, and what I generally consider to the be alpha vibe for me, but the PRISM comes pretty darn close to that with it’s strong, rumbly vibration.

It’s also great for clitoral stimulation.  The shape is comfortable in my hand, and the long shaft and pronounced head makes positioning over my clit very simple, very easy.  The deep vibration allows me to come fairly easily.  Well, as easy as it can be for me.  Clit-o-steel and whatnot.

What I didn’t: A couple of minor issues.  First, the handle vibrates a lot.  Now, with it being as strong as it is, I don’t know that there is a whole lot that can be done about that, but if you have hand/nerve issues, it is something to consider.

Second, I’ve had a little bit of an issue getting in touch with customer service and getting some things straightened out, but others have not had the same problem.  YMMV.

Final thought: The PRISM retails for $115 ($105 at Shevibe).  It’s a little pricier than I’d like to see, but as quality goes up in the industry, so does the price.  If you are looking for a quality vibe that is great for both G-spots and clitoral stimulation, but aren’t a fan of the Mona’s shape, I recommend this one.

~I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review.~


Prism V Review — 2 Comments

  1. Hey, I was wondering, is the prism 5 a toy good to use on a girl while giving her cunnilingus at the same time? If yes, I’m guessing it would be used for penetration? And is it one of the best toys to use while giving cunnilingus?

    • Sorry for the late reply. I wouldn’t recommend the Prism V for that, only because the curve might get in the way, but depending on her anatomy, may or may not work. If in doubt, try something straighter.

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