Review: Aria Hue G by Blush Novelties

As a student, I always appreciate when a company can produce a well-made, budget-friendly product, especially when that product is a vibrator. It’s well known throughout the sex-toy industry that if you want quality and colour options, your cheaper options are usually limited. Luckily more brands are noticing the gap in the market; Blush Novelties being one of them.

HueG_1The Hue G is a G-spot vibrator from Blush Novelties new line, Aria. It’s waterproof, made of body safe silicone, battery operated and powers out ten different vibrating functions; five speeds and five patterns. The Hue G extends 5” in insertable length (6.5” in total) and is 1.39” in width, with a head that has two points of vibration. The stem of the vibrator is flexible, designed to curve to your body and the toy costs around $40US. It comes in a variety of fun colours; purple, orange, pink and green!

The first thing I noticed about the Hue G was how quiet it was while providing so much HueG_2power! Sometimes when the packaging of a product says whisper quiet, it doesn’t always deliver that promise, or it compromises on the strength of vibrations. This is an aspect I love about the toy, as I live in a thin-walled student house with many housemates. Although I usually don’t care if they hear any of my toys (*cough* *cough* *magic wand*), it’s nice to know my housemates aren’t always aware of when I’m masturbating. Although I like the strong vibrations they also tend to make my hand vibrate as well, so if you have arthritis or any type of hand-based motion disabilities, I would not recommend this toy.

Regarding actually using the toy, I’m very pleased to say that the Hue G also delivers good quality G-spot orgasms. The design of the toy is made for hitting the spot, and I think a lot of that has to do with the flexibility of the shaft. Since the toy isn’t large in width, it curves to my body and allows for the head to hit my G-spot without trouble. The smaller width is something I admire about this toy as well, as it doesn’t try to disguise itself as something it’s not. It’s a G-spot vibrator, no questions asked. Even without the vibrations it still feels great. As cheesy as it is to say, there’s a reason it’s called the Hue G.

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The Hue G features one single button for it’s controls. If you want to get to a particular speed you have to rotate through the roster of 10 to get to the one you want. The upside is that if you want to turn it off, you don’t have to do that, you can just hold the button down for 3 seconds. Having it all in one button is convenient so you always know what to press, instead of being overwhelmed and needing to look down every time you need to change speeds.

HueG_4The Hue G has one major flaw: the handle. In use, I found the weird shape was uncomfortable to hold in my hands. I wish it had more length and was designed better to be handheld, as yes my primary use for this toy is going to be thrusting it into my vagina. I also wish that metal was used instead of plastic but I understand that cost is a factor in choosing materials.

I could not recommend the Hue G more for students or people purchasing their first toy. It has everything one needs without any compromise; quiet, strong vibrations ideal for shared living situations, quality design that creates great orgasms and safe materials. All for an affordable price!! Plus who can hate the uber fun colours it comes in? I will definitely be checking out the rest of the Aria line once it comes out.

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Thanks to Blush Novelties for sending me this toy in exchange for my unbiased, honest review.

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