Sinclair GENI Vibrator Review

Like the mythological genie, this pops out of its innocuous container (a white box, in this case) and it starts doing wonders. Blue, like the genie in Aladdin, I love the way the name plays on the functionality as a G-spot vibrator.

With its calming and understated pastel blue colour and its petal-like design on the silicone covering, you have a pleasure object that suggests class and makes it inviting from its first appearance. The raised surface details not only look good, they add some subtle friction when you rub the surface along your sensitive areas.

The Geni delivers a range of 7 different vibrations, with well-varied patterns and pulsations. Some are vaguely softer than others but in general they are strong vibrations. Given the choice of strong or weak, strong always wins, because you can easily move it away from your sensual epicenter to make it feel weaker.

Silicone, as always, is a great asset when it comes to vibrators. It feels great when you rub it along the body, and is reminiscent of smooth, soft skin. When it comes to hygiene, silicone is queen because it stays intact without developing micro tears that allow bacteria to enter the material, as may happen with cheaper plastics and rubbers. The water-resistance is yet another lovely addition, but for use in wetter places and for ease of cleaning.

A slight G-curve at the top ostensibly makes Geni into the G-spot-attentive version of the sorority that includes the delightful sisters Lulu and Bibi. This may be helpful for a woman who knows her G-spot well and has it well trained; but for novices, such a small tip on a well-sized shaft means it will be tough to aim and fire.

The vibrator, as mentioned, is medium to large in size, so it is intended for internal use as well as external. It provides a sense of good fullness without being especially big. The pattern on the surface may add pleasure around the vaginal entrance when in motion, if you take care to notice such subtle extras. Internal use is aided by the comfortable grip of this well-designed piece.

One surprising downside was a louder-than-expected noise level. This is not to say that the Geni sounds like a lawn mower. Perhaps one’s expectations are created by the look and feel and one gets the impression that they are dealing with a high range product when, in fact, the Geni is not cheap, but not very expensive either.

While the control buttons are easy to access and allow simple movement through the wide range of vibration programmes, it is less convenient if you prefer to stay with a particular programme because then you have to run through all the others, either on your way to find it or when you need to switch it off; there is no simple, direct “off” button.


  • Large, G-curved, insertible vibrator
  • Designed for vaginal insertion with G-spot reach and clitoral use
  • Made of silicone
  • Ergonomically-shaped grip
  • Light blue coloured with white and silver detail
  • Raised, petal-shaped nodules cover the shaft
  • Rounded, slightly widened handle
  • Water resistant
  • Length of wand: 156mm (8”)
  • Insertible length: 140mm (5.5”)
  • Uses 2 AA batteries, not included
  • Part of the Sinclair Institute Select collection


    • Comfortable to hold and control
    • Silicone is luxurious and takes on heat and cold
    • Attractive and classy looking
    • Hygienic
    • Easy to clean
    • G-curved tip can be useful for clitoral reach too
    • Silicone is phthalate-free and safe for direct use on sensitive areas



    • Slightly loud
    • G-tip may be too subtle for easy G-spot location and pressure
    • Cannot be used with silicone-based lubricant
    • One button for on-off and selection means running through whole range to switch off


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