The Sold-Out Vush Abbie G-Spot Vibe Is *Finally* Back, Here's Our Verdict...

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When we first launched Vush Abbie a few months back, it sold out in a matter of days.

That's hundreds of vibrators. Gone. Out of stock. No longer available.

The Vush X Abbie Chatfield G-spot vibrator from The Bachelor contestant turned podcaster and influencer was originally meant to be a limited edition collaboration... but The People demanded its return.

Thus, it's *finally* back in stock on Adore Beauty.

With reviews like 'INCREDIBLE', 'best thing I ever bought' and '14 orgasms in one night' (yep, that's a genuine review), there's a lot of hype around this viral device.

So, if you've been seeing the orange Abbie toy all over Instagram and want to know what it's really like, read on for a quick, honest review of the Abbie Vush.

The device: Vush Abbie

A powerful G-spot vibrator that can be used both internally and externally by all bodies, genders and all gender pairings.

(You can learn more about what the G-spot is in this Beauty IQ After Dark article here.)

The main features you need to know about:

  • 25 personalised levels and intensities - it's a lot.

  • Unique shape and texture designed for both internal and external use.

  • Can be used by all genders and gender pairings.

  • Discrete and quiet design, comes with a magnetic USB charging cable, Vush storage bag and user manual.

  • Medical-grade silicone is 100 per cent waterproof and safe for all bodies.

  • Made in Australia.

  • Use with a body-safe lubricant like LELO Personal Moisturiser for additional comfort and pleasure.

OK, but what's it really like?

If you're familiar with the beloved Vush clitoral suction device, you should know... this is nothing like that.

Think of Vush Abbie as a modern version of the noughties Rabbit G-spot device - same targeted design, but without the flashing lights, pulsating pearls and... veins.

The Vush Abbie shape is bottom heavy, with three clear buttons to turn it on/off and change between both speeds and vibration modes.

It's easy to hold and control, and the small, slightly tapered head and slim neck design makes it a more approachable, less intimidating option for someone who's never tried an internal vibrator before.

The head also has a flower pattern that serves to add texture - great for internal and clitoral stimulation, as well as stimulation across any erogenous zones.

As advertised, this device is powerful.

From a low, constant rumbling to a vigorous, verging on hectic drum rhythm, the 25 different speeds and vibrations don't muck around.

Importantly, even the strongest, fastest setting is still fairly quiet. Can confirm I tested this; I couldn't hear it from outside my bedroom door after turning it on and chucking it under my bed covers.

Will it get you there? (Pun intended.)

Kind of like if you've never driven a manual car, using a G-spot vibrator once doesn't an orgasm guarantee.

But if the reviews of the Vush Abbie (see above) are anything to go by, the answer is likely yes.

And remember: If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. And again.

Shop the Vush Abbie device here:

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