Blush Novelties Aria Hue G – Sex Toy Review
NOOooooo! Spooky Month is almost over! Where has the time gone?! It’s already week three of our SPOOKY EXTRAVAGANZA and I don’t feel like I’ve had nearly enough spooky in my life! It has been a weirdly lowkey October for me so far… I haven’t even watched Hocus Pocus yet! Usually by this time of the month I’ll have watched it at least four or five times! I AM SLACKING! I am going to have to just binge all the Halloween greats in one night to make up for it… I wont sleep until I’m spooked outta my gourd!
Although, with all that movie viewing… I’m going to want to take periodic breaks to stretch… and maybe masturbate… but like… spooky masturbation. Good thing I’ve got the perfect toy for spooky masturbating… the Blush Novelties Aria Hue G! Okay… I know the name isn’t exactly frightening (unless we are counting frighteningly long)… and it doesn’t look particularly monstrous… but how can you say no to that beautiful pumpkin orange color?! Spooky orange is quickly becoming one of my most favorite color for a sex toy… gimmie those October colors! I want to see ghostly pale dildos… pumpkin orange vibrators… ghoulishly green butt plugs… I WANT ALL THE SHADES OF THE SPOOKY RAINBOW!
You know what else makes the Aria Hue G super appropriate for Spooky Month… the fact that it is scary… SCARY GOOD at making me orgasm! Although… as it is with every other battery powered vibrator ever (or so it seems)… I initially doubted this little vibes abilities. I’ve used just enough shitty battery powered vibes in my life that every battery powered vibe is now suspect until it proves otherwise. I know they say don’t judge a book by its cover and all that… but I’ve just been burned one too many times… I can’t help it. When I hear “battery powered” I immediately think super weak vibrations… or even worse… super buzzy (like the I’ve got a fly caught in my pants kind of buzzy) and terrible… and that my friends… is the real horror story. Much to my surprise and delight though, this was not the Aria Hue G at all. The Hue G delivers some pretty high quality vibrations for something powered by a pair of AAA batteries. The vibrations of the Hue G are actually reasonably strong and dare I say… rumbly. The top speed of the Hue G is pretty similar to the lower speeds of either the We-Vibe Tango or the FemmeFunn Ultra Bullet… if you are familiar with either of those vibrators. So for the price (around $30 bucks) and the fact that its battery vs being rechargeable… it’s pretty a pretty good vibrator.
The shape of the Aria Hue G is winner (at least I think so). I was able to obtain some most excellent g-spot orgasms with this toy. The toy itself is 6.5 inches in total length with 5 inches of insertable length and 1.39 inches in width. The shape of the Hue G is a fairly basic g-spot vibrator shape… nothing super fancy in its shape. At the end of (what feels like a too short shaft) is a knobby head that is perfectly shaped for honing in on the g-spot. I think the only minor (like very minor) complaint I have is about the shaft of the toy, it’s flexible. On the one hand… this does mean that a might warlock such as yourself is able to bend the Hue G to your will… but on the other hand… it means I can’t put quite as much pressure down into my g-spot as I would like… as the shaft just flexes with me. This feature could either be a bonus or an annoyance… depending on how you like to use your vibrators. Also, something kind of interesting with the design of the Hue G is that it has two points of vibration, which means you can feel the vibration around the entire head of the toy, allowing you to stimulate both the roof and floor (top and bottom?) of the vaginal equally… which is kind of a nice touch.
Something I do find quite frightening about the Aria Hue G… it’s single button control. Sure limiting the button choices also eliminates any confusion… but it’s always something I find mildly irritating when a toy has any more than three vibration settings. Three settings I have the patience to scroll through… any more than that and I am instantly cursing the toy whenever I want to switch from one setting to the other… as you have to cycle through the roster of vibrations until you circle back around to the one you want. The Hue G has a total of 10 vibration modes, which means if you were on mode 6 and you feel like going back down to 5 you have to cycle through 7, 8, 9, 10, 1, 2, 3, and 4 before reaching 5 again. I know this sounds like a minor nuisance (and it really is pretty minor)… but hot damn is it something that always gets under my skin. It is also possible to just turn the Hue G off and back on again to be instantly transported back to the first vibration setting. To do that just press and hold down the button for 3 seconds to turn it off then repeat to fire the Aria Hue G back up again. I suppose though, it could be argued that having just one button simplifies things in the heat of the moment… you don’t have to fumble over two or three different buttons trying to remember which button does which just by feel… so… its probably not the worst feature… but I’m still not the biggest fan of single button controls.
Another spooky feature of the Blush Novelties Aria Hue G is that it is whisper quiet… like a ghost… The packaging does say “whisper quiet” right on it… but more often than not I find that to be a totally bogus claim… that the toy in question isn’t at all “whisper” quiet… unless you mean a loud whisper… bordering on a loud hum. Or a toy will claim its whisper quiet… only because there isn’t any strength to its motor… its whisper quiet because the vibrations are barely there. Blush Novelties is actually delivering on its promise of a ghost like toy… you hardly know its there… at least until your skin starts to tingle and you feel a chill go down your spine… (is that a haunting… or just an orgasm you feel….).
The Aria Hue G is made from silicone, which means using a non-silicone based lube is recommended. The silicone has a very touchable satin smooth finish, when lubed up I found it had minimal drag to it (although sometimes I like that little bit of drag… although thats more with a thrusting toy… I didn’t do a whole lot of thrusting with the Hue G… the shaft is just too short for that). The Hue G is waterproof, which makes washing it a breeze, just run it under the tap and use good old fashion mild soap and water (because it is a vibrator, don’t toss it in the dishwasher or boil it).
If you have ever asked “I want a g-spotting toy… but make it spooky” then I can’t recommend the Blush Novelties Aria Hue G enough. Just look at that orange color… how could you not fall in love? Sure, Blush officially calls the color “Tangerine” but whatever… we all know its spooky pumpkin orange. If orange is not your jam, I suppose you could also purchase it in Lime, Plum, or Cerise… but why would you want to? If you are on the hunt of a g-spotting toy that works but is also affordable… again…. I can’t recommend the Hue G enough. The price point is thoroughly within reach of most budgets (I figure if I could possibly afford something… its budget friendly… because I never have any money) and you don’t compromise toy quality just for the sake of saving a few bucks. A great purchase for anyone buying their first toy, a student living in a dorm room situation, a person with roommates, or just anyone who appreciates a quality g-spot vibrator at a reasonable price! Also, if you are curious about other toys in Blush’s Aria line… I’ve reviewed a handful, check them out!
Ready to bring home the Blush Novelties Aria Hue G? Well, you’re in luck! It just so happens the Hue G is available at some of my favorite online retailers! Find it at Peepshow Toys (use code KITTEN for 10% off), Betty’s Toy Box (Use the code KITTEN for 10% off), and SheVibe!
The Blush Novelties Aria Hue G was provided to me free of charge by Blush Novelties in exchange for my honest review.