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Hey Epiphora Reviews The Jellyfish 2.0 Silicone Dildo

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REVIEW: JELLYFISH 2.0 + MAGMA

The Jellyfish 2.0 ($77) is a mix of cheerful turquoise and lavender silicone, with a smattering of glitter and a glow-in-the-dark pigment that makes it turn into a fluorescent jellyfish when the lights go out (!!!). It’s the same size as the original, but a bit squishier and with a larger, smoother head.

Jellyfish 2.0 Silicone Glow-In-The-Dark Dildo

The severity of the texture has been reduced in the Jellyfish 2.0, which is a smart choice — the original was pretty dang scratchy going in and out. The finish is much more buttery now, and the tendrils on the shaft feel more languid and connected, creating a rocky yet soft terrain that delights my vaginal walls. Not only does this make the dildo palatable to a wider audience (like American re-makes of Asian horror movies), it’s an improvement over the original (unlike American re-makes of Asian horror movies).

The Jellyfish 2.0 has zero curve, and it doesn’t need one. Any way I position it becomes a G-spot extravaganza. It does pop when it passes over my pubic bone, but I don’t thrust with it much anyway. I mostly squeeze, letting that bulbous head and satisfying texture work their magic. Oh my god, it’s amazing. This is an ideal dildo if you want your G-spot stimulation with a side of Not Trying At All (#me, forever).

The only downside to the Jellyfish 2.0: it’s challenging to quickly eject from my vagina in the midst of an orgasm, when I need to squirt. And of course I squirt, because a big head like that activates my G-spot instinctively.

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