I am currently reviewing a few different contactless clit sucker style toys. Other than getting reacquainted with my pussy on an intimate, yet educational level, I’m learning that it turns out — wait for it — just like clitorises and the humans they are attached to, not all clit suckers are created the same. I know – what a radical concept. The negative take-away, I suppose, is that it’s possible that you’ll end up with a toy that doesn’t do it for you. The good news, though, is that there’s no reason to give up hope of finding one that really works for you and your needs. 

 

The Paloqueth is a cute little wearable g-spot vibrator and clitoral sucker combo. It’s made of body-safe, soft touch silicone and comes with a little two-button remote, that I wish was made out of the same soft material, rather than just a hard shiny plastic. Not for any real reason, but it always feels a little more luxurious when all your accessories match, right? Also, it gets slippery when wet. (Does it tell my age that I want to go searching for a Bon Jovi gif now?)

 

 

I’m a big fan of the solid head on the g-spot end. It doesn’t have much squish, so it really allows me to put as much pressure as I want on my g-spot by shifting my hips forward.

 

 

It offers ten various patterns and intensities in the g-spot vibration, with a decent motor, the Paloqueth offers an impressive, and quiet buzz. The sucker bit features seven different suction patterns, ranging from a soft steady sucking to a scattered variation. 

 

 

The sucker function on this toy is different than the previous toys I’d reviewed. It’s just a tiny little silicone cup with a hole at the top. Unlike the Satisfyer toys, for example, if you turn it on and put your finger in the clitoral cup, you can actually feel the suction, not just a thrumming, thumping, fluttering like I would describe the Satisfyer and a couple other similar toys. 

 

 

Unfortunately, it isn’t really made for a larger clitoris, because when it makes contact my skin just covers up the teeny hole in the sucker part. Stopping it from doing any sucking – which was disappointing. I tried it several different times, in varying positions, hoping I could find that magical spot that allowed my clit to experience the nifty little sucking gadget, since with the Satisfyer, sometimes you have to have it lined up just perfect. But in the end, my swollen clit in all its glory was just too much for the Paloqueth and my clitoris sucking toy adventures continue. You can get your hands, or clit as the case may be, on the Paloqueth here.

Onward!

 

*shrug*

 

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