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Let’s not mince words, shall we? I fucking LOVE this toy. It’s a go-to, even after three years. Let’s break down why this toy has kept me so happy for so long.

The overall design is well thought out.It kind of looks like a sperm–a fat bulbous head and thin tail. I’m not a fan of it being hot pink with no other color options, but really that doesn’t impact my enjoyment.

This was an innovative design when it first came out in 2017, and I still don’t see anything else like it on the market. I like how the insertable bulb is on the fatter side. You definitely feel it once it’s inserted,  and the bulb is also shaped in such a way that it rubs up against the G-spot. Glorious.

The other great thing is the wand or antennae. Oh, how I love this wand! It’s SUPER powerful yet super flexible. Mine is all mangled–which brings me to what I think is the biggest selling feature. It fits any body. Once you insert it, the wand or tail can be moved as you like, against any body shape, and it doesn’t impact the functionality of the toy.

For  me, this is a toy that can be used in more than one way. I can insert it and adjust the wand to give me clitoral stimulation or not, depending on my mood. I can also use it externally without insertion. It’s that powerful.

It’s also water resistant. The charging port is covered with silicone so you don’t need to worry about getting it wet.

The long-distance capabilities are AMAZING. With the original Lush (weaker bluetooth), I had a friend sign up for the app in Vancouver while I was in Tokyo. We connected, and she was able to control my toy from halfway around the world. I LOVE this, even though I wind up using it solo 99% of the time, because it is one of my favourite vibrators of all time.

Original Lush vs Lush 2. I’m not sure if original Lush is still available. But if you see it at the reduced price, grab it. Worth it. It has a few things that make it inferior to Lush 2, but not by much. The main differences are improved bluetooth connectivity on Lush 2. Lush’s on/off switch is on the bulb, which is utterly stupid. You have to pull it out and then find the button on the now slippery bulb to turn it off. Ugh. Lush 2 has the on/off switch on the antennae/end of the tail, which makes sooooo much more sense!

This is the toy I recommend most often because it works for all body types, is versatile, high quality, and reasonably priced. Link below if you want to check it out. I do get a small commision if you buy through my link, but am not paid for this post or any promotion of this product.

Jenn Wodtke

Jenn Wodtke

Sex Educator and Writer

When Jenn isn’t travelling the world in search of inspiration and excitement, she calls Vancouver and Tokyo home. Her writings and teachings embody her passion for sexual empowerment and freedom of sexual expression.