Pop Top Deluxe Silicone G-Spotter [review]

If you’ve read my review of the Hitachi Original Magic Wand, you already know that I absolutely love it for clitoral stimulation. I love it so much that I’ve made an exception for it: It’s the only porous toy allowed in my bed. What can I say? It makes me orgasm quickly and consistently — and I am forever grateful.

Ever since my first time using the Magic Wand, I’ve wondered how that vibration intensity would feel internally. In fact, I even purchased a cheap PVC G-spot attachment before bloggers like Dangerous Lilly schooled me on material safety. I used it a few times, decided that it felt awkward, and questioned why I kept allowing it to take up space in my drawer.

Still, I couldn’t let go of the idea. I was certain that if it were made from higher quality material and shaped in a slightly different way, an internal attachment might feel really nice. So when Good Vibrations offered to send me the Pop Top Deluxe Silicone G-Spotter, I was overjoyed!

First Impressions & Description

Pop Tops boxPleasure Works’ Pop Top Deluxe Silicone G-Spotter comes in a simple (and gender neutral!) cardboard box. It also comes in two fairly neutral colors: purple and black shimmer. Although my review will focus solely on G-spot stimulation, this toy can also boasts that it can be used to pleasure the prostate.

As the name states, this attachment is made from silicone — meaning that it turns the Original Magic Wand into a non-porous toy! The silicone itself is softer than other silicone toys I own. (For example, it is much squishier and more flexible than the Tantus G-spot vibrating dildo or the Lelo Ella.) This flexibility and stretchiness allows the Pop Top to fit snuggly overtop the head of the Magic Wand, while also being very easy to add & remove. The silicone also has a somewhat matte finish which attracts dust and hair like nobody’s business.

Pop Tops Deluxe Silicone G-Spotter (left) vs. cheap PVC G-spot attachment (right)

Pop Top Deluxe Silicone G-Spotter (left) vs. cheap PVC G-spot attachment (right)

Compared to my old “Gonzo-nose” PVC attachment, the Pop Top G-Spotter looks much more appealing. The attachment itself is larger (5″ of insertable length with a 1 3/8″ diameter), the curve is ever so slightly more pronounced, and the tip is rounded and cushiony so that it gently rubs the G-spot rather than just poking at it. It even has a small nubbin for clitoral stimulation.


When I first attached the Pop Top Deluxe Silicone G-Spotter to my Original Magic Wand, I immediately noticed two things: (1) It transferred vibrations without a disappointing decrease in intensity, and (2) It somehow made the Magic Wand even louder. (Luckily, the only other inhabitants in my apartment are my partner and 2 cats, none of which bat an eye at vibrator noise — even when it sounds like a lawn mower.)

Because the internal portion of the Pop Top G-Spotter is smooth, flexible, and relatively small, it was both easy and comfortable to insert — even without a warm-up. Always skeptical (but yet excited) about dual stimulation toys, I immediately focused my energy on positioning the wand so that both my G-spot and clitoris were receiving vibration. Unfortunately, I quickly realized that this wasn’t going to work for my anatomy. The space between the clitoral nub and the G-spot arm is less than 1 inch. For me, this means that if I have the internal portion fully inserted, the clitoral portion rests much too low for pleasurable stimulation. However, if your G-spot is more shallow or your clitoris is located closer to your vagina, dual stimulation may work for you.

Hitachi with Pop Top G-SpotterForegoing the idea of clitoral stimulation, I shifted my focus to the G-spot. Everyone knows that the Original Magic Wand is heavy and cumbersome. So if you enjoy thrusting your toys, be prepared for a workout. The constant motion made my arm get tired rather quickly, especially with vibrations traveling up it. (Also, the increased movement makes the neck of my Magic Wand creak rather annoyingly — adding even more noise to the lawn mower vibrations.) If pressure is your pleasure, take a moment to watch my video clip and see how flexible the silicone is. One of my concerns was that the material would give too much… and unfortunately, I was somewhat correct. So far, the only way I’ve discovered to combat the issue is to use my free hand to cup the head of the Magic Wand and press it against my body. Of course, this causes my hand to get the full force of the vibrations.


I don’t want it to seem like I don’t enjoy the Pop Top G-Spotter though, because I do. I find all of the annoying little obstacles and problem-solving to be worth it. Because I’ve discovered that if I switch to the high setting, and press the head of the Magic Wand firmly against my vulva, this attachment feels amazing. It has even led me to experience my first orgasms without direct clitoral stimulation — and in typical Original Magic Wand timeliness too! (I’m going to take the “I’ll know it when I feel it” stance on G-spot orgasms and suspect that the vibrations here are so strong they are simply stimulating the clitoris internally.)

Overall, if you enjoy the strong vibrations of the Original Magic Wand, I highly suggest purchasing Pleasure Works’ Pop Top Deluxe Silicone G-Spotter. For only $40, you get a body-safe internal attachment that provides you with more variety for an already awesome toy.


Pros: non-porous & body safe silicone, easy to attach and remove from Original Magic Wand, transmits vibrations very well, comfortable shape for insertion & G-spot stimulation, cheap way to add variety to an old favorite

Cons: makes Original Magic Wand even louder, clitoral nub might not work for everyone’s genital anatomy, size and weight of Magic Wand can make thrusting difficult, silicone may be too flexible to provide desired pressure

A big thanks to Good Vibrations for providing me with this product free of charge in exchange for an honest review! 

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