Loving Joy Versa Poseable Vibrator

You may remember that, earlier this year, I reviewed a bullet that, in my opinion, gives the We-Vibe Tango a run for its money in the power stakes. It was the Power Bullet by Loving Joy, and it’s ace. Well, another interesting product graced my doorstep recently, and it’s time to share my thoughts. Here’s the lowdown on the Loving Joy Versa.

LOVING JOY VERSA STRAIGHT TOP VIEW LOVING JOY VERSA STRAIGHT UNDERSIDE VIEW

I would imagine that, by this point, you’ve all heard of the G-Kii 2 by Je Joue, and the Crescendo by MysteryVibe. Flexible, versatile vibrators that can go from a long, deep diving internal vibe to a C-shaped dual stimulator in just a few quick clicks? Well, Versa is Loving Joy’s first foray into the poseable vibrator market.

One of the things that always strikes me about Loving Joy products is their affordability. They seem to follow high end trends, making them simpler and more accessible with their lower price points. But even though they hover between low to mid-range in price, there never appears to be a noticeable compromise on quality. Aside from the packaging, which makes the toy look somewhat cheap and cheerful, everything about the Loving Joy Versa feels well-made.

Loving Joy Versa Packaging

Flattened like a tongue depressor, Versa a super slim vibe, measuring up at 1.25-inches wide, and just half an inch thick at its chubbiest point. There’s 7.25-inches in length, so while it’s very user friendly in girth, those who like to feel something delving deep will still get their wish.

Loving Joy Versa Length

It’s made from ASB plastic that’s coated in a soft, salmon pink silicone which feels lovely to the touch. It’s the kind of silicone that glides over skin with ease, even without lube, so not a great deal of the wet stuff is needed during play. As Versa is silicone, only water-based lube will do. Oil or silicone-based lubes will potentially damage the surface of the toy.

Ugh, the metal disc on the back that can mean only one thing; magnetic USB charging. Cue massive eye-roll. Yep, this is a really bad example of magnetic charger. I dislike the things anyway, preferring the simplicity of a pin-type charger, but loads of toys I’ve had recently have been click-connect. This one drops off at the lightest knock, twists around, and just generally gets on my nerves. If a toy must be magnetically charged, the world would be a happier place if they came with docks. That would be so much easier to bear.

Loving Joy Versa Charging

Anyway, crap charger aside, the Loving Joy Versa is pretty simple to use. You’ll find two buttons on the lower portion of the toy. Press and hold the ON button for a few seconds and a couple of LED lights will begin to flash. That means your toy is on stand-by. Click the MODE button beneath it and Versa comes to life. Once it’s switched on, you get to choose from four intensities of constant vibration, and six patterns.

Loving Joy Versa Controls

One word that I won’t use to describe this toy, is quiet. It isn’t obnoxiously loud, but if you use it in a quietish house, folk are gonna know. Even muffled under a heavy feather quilt, the Fella still said, “Are you wanking in there?” when he walked past the closed bedroom door.

When it comes to vibes, the word I would use for it, is good!

The vibes are decently powerful, and though they’re buzzier than I’d hoped, there’s still a depth to them that makes Versa a toybox worthy vibrator. If you like your vibes to have a rumble but not penetrate too deeply, this could be right up your alley.

Loving Joy Versa Bend 1 Loving Joy Versa Bend 2

I can use it as a clit vibe no problem, reaching orgasm in probably seven or eight minutes. Though the tip is blunt and rounded, it’s slim enough to offer pinpoint stimulation that really is pretty direct. If you’re not a fan of that kinda stim, turn it flat again and take advantage of the g-spot seeking bullnose design.

Yes, the end of the shaft is slightly bulbous, shaped to skirt the pubic bone and settle against the g-spot area behind it. Because the Loving Joy Versa is made from hard plastic you should be able to apply a good amount of pressure to the g-spot, but the bendable nature of it makes this difficult. If you start pressin’, it starts bendin’, and any pressure you might have had is lost.

Loving Joy Versa Bend 3 Loving Joy Versa Bend 4

I get around this by inserting Versa on an angle and using that very flexibility to waggle the tip back and forth on my g-spot. This way, I get to grind in if I want to, or I can stroke, or make little circles. It gives me the rigidity of hard plastic back, which is great. Adding the powerful vibes to that pinpoint pressure makes for a very fun, squirty g-spotting session.

Loving Joy Versa G-Spotting Bulge

But the Loving Joy Versa isn’t just a g-spot toy. It’s been designed to be a one stop external, internal, dual stim partner toy. Because of its bend, it’s even safe for anal play, but do ensure that you never insert it into the butt while it’s straight.

So, the bendy bit. Making it a poor-man’s We-Vibe style dual stimulator. It’s super simple to alter the shape of your Versa. Just grab both ends and bend it. It doesn’t resist at all, it just folds over and that’s that.

Except, it isn’t.

On the packaging, Versa folds into a C-shape. On the product page at Sex Toys UK, it folds into a C-shape. In Scandarella House, it folds into a bit of a wonky L-shape. I mean, I can make it into a C if I want to, but as soon as I let go of it, it uncurls and settles into oddness.

Loving Joy Versa In Hand Loving Joy Versa Resting Curve

Basically, if I curve it and insert it, the inner section does indeed settle against my g-spot, but the clitoral section points off into space. I have to press it down against my clit. That’s not the end of the world as I quite enjoy wiggling it around and pushing it against my body. But that kinda thing obviously doesn’t qualify as hands free play. And keeping a hand jammed down there to hold it where I want it during penetrative sex is just a pain in the arse.

What’s worse is that, when it’s folded over so that the g-spot bulge faces the right way, the metal charging disc sits over my clit. I don’t know why, but I have a deep dislike for that. It makes me uncomfortable if I let myself think about it, and those negative feels have cost me a few orgasms.

Versa is definitely a weird one. On one hand, it has a lovely build, great vibes, and great independent clit stim/g-spotting abilities. But on the other, it’s intended to be a versatile vibe with dual stim capabilities, and I don’t get that from it without a bit of work. Because of that, I’d reach for a We-Vibe product for dual stim, especially during sex. I know that the whole point of the Loving Joy Versa is that it’s a rechargeable, waterproof toy that can be either straight or curved to suit your changing needs. Curved toys like this can’t be straightened, and straight toys like this can’t be curved, so Versa does have a unique selling point. But it just doesn’t do what it’s supposed to do as well as I’d hoped.

If you’d like to try out it’s lovely vibes and flexi design for yourself, click the image below and head on over to Sex Toys UK.

The Loving Joy Versa was sent to me by Sex Toys UK in exchange for an honest review. This in no way influences my opinions, which are now, and will forever be, my own. Affiliate links have been used in this post.

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