Review: Close2You Sinfonia

Close2You is a new German brand that bases a lot of its designs and names on things in music.  And honestly, if you can get past the really ridiculous name, they seem to have quality toys.

I chose to get the Sinfonia, which is marketed as a g-spot vibrator, but probably the oddest looking g-spot vibrator I’ve ever seen.  Therefore, I was really skeptical about whether or not it would actually work for me.  However, I was pleasantly surprised that the Sinfonia is not a complete failure as a vibrator.

Firstly, I should mention the Sinfonia is silicone.  The silicone is soft, supple and velvety – a lot like another German company, Fun Factory.  Even the plastic of the battery cap is velvet coted so the entire toy feels smooth.  Because of this you should use only water-based lube with the toy so it doesn’t erode.  Also, since it has plastic and mechanical parts you can’t boil it.  If you feel the need to sterilize it, wipe it down with a 1 part bleach, 9 parts water solution and rinse clean.

Performance:

The Sinfonia definitely has a lot more positives than negatives.  First of all, it’s tapered shape makes it ideal for someone who doesn’t have much experience with penetration or just for warming up.  It also makes an ideal clitoral stimulator as the vibrations in the tip are very pinpoint.

G-spot stimulation is possible, but it doesn’t provide the kind of pressure I need to squirt.  It’s more or less just a light brushing of the g-spot, which feels really nice.  I was worried that because of the shape it was going to poke my g-spot into submission, but the silicone is soft enough that poking wasn’t a problem.

The functions are pretty fucking cool.  At least they’re different than the normal pulsating and vibrating settings of most vibrators.  Some of them are a little erratic because they’re trying to be so different, but I assume there’s a person out there who would like all of them.

The controls are easy to push, but aren’t something you’re going to brush over and change without meaning to.  There is an on/off and then another button that cycles through all the patterns.  It’s pretty much as basic as controls can get while still having different functions.

Overall:

While I’m not worshiping the Sinfonia at the alter, it’s definitely not a bad vibrator.  It also comes with a nice box and a lot of extras like lube, a toy cleaning wipe, a pouch, product manual and a silicone cock ring.  If you’re looking for something with a different shape you could always give the Sinfonia a try.  It has quite a few redeeming qualities, but don’t look for it to give you your next g-spot orgasm.

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G-spot vibrator by Close2You
Material: Silicone
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This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer.