Thursday, August 1, 2019

Adult Product Review: Fondlove Finger/Tongue Vibrator

When Fondlove offered me a product to review, they sent a picture in an email with a link to the product. Just from the picture, I was intrigued. The toy was different from other products I've reviewed and it piqued my curiosity.

Before I read the product description, I thought the toy might be designed for tentacle erotica enthusiasts, because that's what it looked like to me. What can I say, my mind sometimes goes to strange places. However, Fondlove is calling it the Finger/Tongue G-spot Vibrator. This toy is apparently designed to simulate the motion of a finger or tongue. You can see it in action in the short demo video (PG-13) I made below.

As you can see in the video, the Fondlove Finger/Tongue G-spot Vibrator is compact and pretty quiet. It came with a USB charging cable that you can plug into your computer. Mine was fully charged in a few hours. I used it for about a half an hour and it never lost power.

The Finger/Tongue didn't come with a user's manual, but it was fairly easy to figure out how to operate it. There are only two buttons and they were simple to negotiate by touch alone. According to the product information on Amazon, there are ten vibrating modes and five finger motions. It's also 100% waterproof and has a warming feature.

Like always, I watched porn while testing the Finger/Tongue. For the record, tentacle erotica/porn usually doesn't do anything for me. However, if it is your thing and you'd like to imagine the Finger/Tongue is a tentacle, I'd recommend reading Nicci Haydon's "Devil's Fingers" series, which is free on her blog. Even though it's not my kink, I found it very hot. If you're like me and prefer to watch porn instead of reading while using a sex toy, here are some tentacle porn videos.

Personally, I enjoyed some messy cumshot videos—like those here and here—while trying out the Finger/Tongue. I especially liked this, this, this, and this.

Unlike other toys I've reviewed, I used the Finger/Tongue to warm up. In the product image, it showed the toy being used on nipples, so I tried that out. I've never used a vibrator on my nipples before, but the Finger/Tongue produced some wonderful sensations—from both the vibrations and the flicking motion.

After a while, I moved on and used it on my clit, which was even better. I actually felt like I was going to come too quickly, so I tried it vaginally to see if I could come just from using it on my G-spot. It felt extremely good, but it took some time experimenting with depth, angle, and the various vibrating mode to get close to orgasm.

Try as I might, I couldn't quite push myself over the edge, so I reverted to using it on my clit. That was how I finally came. For me, the Finger/Tongue was excellent for clitoral stimulation. Others might have more success with it as a G-spot stimulator. It may have been my inexperience with G-spot vibrators that hampered me—although it still felt amazing.

Overall, I'm giving the Fondlove Finger/Tongue G-spot Vibrator an 8 out of 10, because it is a versatile, powerful, and compact sex toy. Below is a buy link and promo code for 15% off the Finger/Tongue.

Amazon Buy Link:

Promotional Code: 9YXHJ38K

Fondlove Website:

All the best,

Ria ;)
Twitter: @RiaRestrepo

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