Of all the new toys in Jopen’s new Key line, Comet was the one that really caught my attention. I originally thought it was a vibrator like the rest of the toys in the line, but it’s not. No matter. It wasn’t the vibrations that I was lusting after anyhow. It was the curved shape. Comet, along with the rest of the Key line, is available from SheVibe.
What It Is
Comet is called a “G-spot Wand.” I’m not really sure what determines “wand” status as it’s used for both vibrators (such as the Hitachi Magic Wand) and dildos (Pure Wand). Whatever term you wanna use, it’s a G-spot dildo. It doesn’t flare at the base, so it’s not ideal for anal use. That said, I know a lot of people use the Pure Wand anally and that doesn’t flare either. Just throwing the disclaimer out there to be cautious if you do use it this way.
All of the Key toys are available in the pretty blue that I have, raspberry pink, and lavender.
Jopen really stepped up their game in the packaging department with Key. The boxes are color coordinated to the toy. The front has a slide off top with a picture of Comet with the words “Lay back and enjoy the ride.” This slide off to a flat black box. The black box has the Key and Jopen logos on it and some information about Comet. It opens like a book where Comet is placed inside foam. Underneath the foam is a pouch and manual. The pouch is meh, but it’ll work for storage.
The body of Comet is made of silicone. The handle is made of glass. The emblem on the glass handle is made of stainless alloy. All of the materials used are body safe. Since the body is made of silicone you should stick to water based lubes.
The silicone used is lovely. There’s no drag to it and it has a very velvety feel. The silicone is wrapped around a firm middle (not sure if the middle is glass or plastic as it doesn’t specify). There is zero give to it. This means it holds the curve shape when you apply pressure with it. This is good for me, but if you need some give this probably won’t work for you.
There’s a seam that runs down the middle of the body. I can feel it easily with my hands, but didn’t notice it when inserted. There’s also a few raised wave designs on the body. Even though I’m texture sensitive I really couldn’t feel these. They seem to be more for visual than stimulation.
Comet’s total length is 8″. Of that 5″ is insertable. The specs list the widest diameter at 1.5″. When I measure across the head in the position you see in the photo I get 1 5/8″. Not really a huge difference, but I thought it was worth pointing out. The circumference is 5 1/8″. Right before the handle the diameter is 1″ with a circumference of 3.5″.
The length goes from the tip of my finger to just below my palm. The girth of the head is right about the width of two fingers.
The size of the head is about average, but because it’s so firm it may not work if you prefer slimmer sizes. The head size works well for me, neither too large or too small. It covers just the right amount of area without feeling too broad.
Okay, so Comet won’t win any awards for being the most unique design, but it’s a design that tends to work really well for me. Not gonna complain about something that works.
The best way to describe the shape of Comet is to say it’s like half a Pure Wand. Where the Pure Wand is double ended, Comet has only one insertable end. The head is rounded and then comes inward. It gradually slims down to the handle. The curve happens right in the center of the body.
It’s a lot of curve which is either really good or really bad depending on your anatomy. I can’t hit my G-spot without a curve like this one, so it’s good for me. I do know some people have issues with curves like this catching on their pubic bone. If you’ve run into that with similar shapes, I’d assume the same would happen here.
The nJoy Pure Wand is almost universally recommended as the toy to have for G-spotting. Comet has a similar shape, so it only seems fair to compare it. The first major difference is that the Pure Wand is double ended and Comet is not. I only really used the small end of the Pure Wand when I first got it, so not having that end isn’t really a loss for me. The downside of not having the smaller end is that it makes Comet less universal. If you prefer smaller widths or more pinpointing on your G-spot, Comet doesn’t offer that.
The curves are nearly identical. I placed them on top of each other and they line up almost exactly. The rounded heads are also pretty much the same. If the design of the Pure Wand works for you, odds are that Comet will too. Of course, the thing about being almost clones means if you have one you probably don’t need the other. That is, unless you have a thing for collecting G-spot toys like I do.
One of the biggest differences between the two is the weight. Since the Pure Wand is made of metal, it’s much heavier than Comet. Comet does have a bit of weight to it due to the glass portion, but it’s not anywhere near as heavy as the Pure Wand. This is another thing that could go either way depending on your preferences. I have a bad right wrist. The only thing I’ve ever complained about with the Pure Wand was the weight as it would tire my wrist out pretty quickly. Comet still winds end up a little heavy for me, but it’s an improvement over the weight of metal.
Comet In Use
The Pure Wand was the first toy that ever hit my G-spot. The toys I’ve found that work for me since then all have a similar shape. Since the Pure Wand is heavier than ideal for my wrists, I’m always on the lookout for something that will work just as well without the weight. The Ophoria Beyond 3 was one of my top picks since it’s made of silicone and shaped with the same curve. For some reason I can’t understand, the Beyond 3 was discontinued. Since then I haven’t really had a semi-affordable, amazing G-spot dildo to recommend. All the ones I really love are wood and thus pricey.
Key’s Comet is my new go to alternative to the Beyond 3. In fact, it works better for me than the Beyond 3 because of how firm it is. I should give my usual disclaimer here: my G-spot is very difficult to work with. I need a lot of curve, a head that isn’t too large or small, and a firm material. You’d think there would be a ton of toys like that, but there are surprisingly few that will do it for me.
Comet has it all going for it. Right size, right shape, right firmness. I can hit my G-spot with ease. Since the head is a little larger I do need to warm up some before I’m actually able to hit my G-spot. I can use Comet to warm up though, I just need something to get me in a fully aroused state. Once I’m warmed up a little, I can just hook this upward into my G-spot, apply some pressure, and make the same moves I do with the Pure Wand. Rather than long thrusts, I use a short thrust that has a rocking motion to it. Not sure if that makes as much sense in text as it does in, you know, doing, but I’m not sure how else to explain it.
Pretty much the only thing I would tweak on Comet is to make it just a little lighter. While it doesn’t tire me out as quickly as the Pure Wand, I do find I have to switch hands back and forth when the weight gets to me. Of course, this almost always happens right when I’m about to cum because the universe hates me like that. Even though in an ideal world it would be a bit lighter, it’s not enough of a problem to make me love this less or dock points from it.
If you have the same requirements I do for getting a G-spot toy to work for you, don’t hesitate to get the Comet. The only cautions I would put up on this is if you have issues with this shape, need some give to your toys, or only like slim sizes. If you don’t fall into any of these categories, seriously get this.
Pros: Deep curve, Firm material, Velvety silicone, Good sized head, Pretty appearance, Not as heavy as metal
Cons: Curve may catch on some pubic bones, Size may not work for everyone, Not as light as wood options
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