Toy Review: Fonzie

Today’s review is of feelztoys G spot vibrator Fonzie,  it’s a dual action vibrator Fonzie.  It seems the only spot more controversial than the G-spot is Dokdo Islands.  Who does it belong to, is it even there’s been an argument about it sine the day Dr. Ernst Grafenberg published his first papers on how the urethra might play a role in female orgasm and ejaculation.  I have to admit I’ve been somewhat on the fence on the subject myself.

My hope was that the Fonzie was going to be a revelation.  I used to be one of those people that thought that the G-spot was an antifeminist conspiracy to promote vaginal orgasms through penetration.  Of course I thought this before I’ve had any type of orgasm. I started to rethink my stance once I finally got fingered right.  Sometimes fingers can do more than sex toys can. 

After experiencing both a g-spot and a clitoral orgasm I thought the only thing that could be better was experiencing both at the same time.  Enter the Fonzie and exit my disappointment.   This toy is advertised as a dual vibrator for the clitoris and the g-spot but there’s only one motor.  It does not work like most rabbits that have independent vibrators for each erogenous zone.  It’s supposed to target the g-spot with its bent shape and soft silicone body bent nub, and for some women it might.

That’s one of the major drawbacks of this toy. Not all women are made the same everyone has their own anatomy. For me this toy would have to be almost an inch shorter and the flexible clit stimulator elongated but maybe a half centimeter.  Of course that flap really didn’t have much going for it.  Because it didn’t have its own vibration is was extremely weak as a clitoral stimulator.  The vibration of the main body is not too strong, which is fine for me as I’m not a fan of over powered vibes.  Unfortunately the vibration doesn’t really go to the target.

The tip is where the vibration should be, but the motor is in the base.  There’s more vibration by your labia than internally.   The Fonzie advertises it has 7 different vibration settings my unit cycled through 4 , maybe it was defective.  I did have issues getting the unit to turn on at first.  I used 2 environmentally friendly batteries fresh from the package and nothing happened took another two out of the same package it worked.

I’m not going to sugarcoat it… this toy didn’t make me cum on its own. I finished myself off au natural, I didn’t feel g spot stimulation or clitoral stimulation.  This toy didn’t live up to any of its expectations.

Pro: Its made of body safe silicon and is easy to clean.

Cons: Runs on AAA batteries, Vibration doesn’t reach target, vibration modes don’t pan out

Bottom Line: I’ll let the toy’s namesake break the news.

The Fonzie is a Meh. If you want dual stimulation you might want to try elsewhere.

I would like to thank EdenFantasys for supplying this toy!




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Author: N'jaila

N'jaila Rhee grew up in north New Jersey and graduated with a degree in Journalism and Communication media from Rutgers University in 2009. Rhee began exotic dancing while attended classes at Rutgers, and still dances at special events. Currently working professionally in media in the NYC metro area, she enjoys writing erotica, eating Nilla wafers and giggling at the word "balls".

  • Paul_A54

    It sounds like the Fonzie has jumped the shark. (Sorry, couldn’t resist that one…)

    • ha you know that was the original closing line. >_< 

      • Paul_A54

        lol ^_^