Harmonia is one G-spot vibrator in a line of women’s sex toys that play on various musical terms, and the intended goal is to make women sing its praises, but after doing a thorough Harmonia Vibrator review, I have to say that it’s not as great as it claims. It’s certainly a good toy and fun to use, but I’ve had better. Still, Harmonia was able to stimulate my G-spot and though it wouldn’t bring me to orgasm it was a great addition to clit stimulation.

My biggest problem with this vibrator is that it doesn’t have much power, at all. I don’t mind a light vibration for a clit vibrator because my clit is already so sensitive that even a small vibration feels amazing, but my vagina can take a real pounding and isn’t nearly as sensitive, even in the G-spot. The Harmonia has a nice, curved ball at the end for reaching the G-spot but it’s not form fitting for every woman and wasn’t a good fit for me so the vibrations that were already weak weren’t even directly hitting my G-spot like they could have been. A stronger vibration would’ve at least helped to stimulate that area.

There were of course things I liked about the Harmonia when I used it, and it wouldn’t be a good Harmonia Vibrator review if I wasn’t completely honest. The weak vibrations make this a nice and quiet toy so keeping my masturbation private was easy. The bulb at the end might not have hit my G-spot but the width was great for penetration and did feel good used as a dildo. I haven’t yet made use of its waterproof feature yet, but I imagine it’ll be decent in a nice bath.