Review: Pleasure Works Rippler Dildo

When I’m shopping, I tend to look for those toys that stand out from the crowd.  The Rippler definitely falls into that category.  With its beautifully shiny silicone and rows of V-shaped ripples, this toy is a nice piece of eye candy.  It is decidedly phallic in shape, but the ridges, shine and color give it some fantasy flair.  So when Good Vibrations offered to send me a Rippler to review, I jumped at the chance.  I couldn’t wait to find out if this beauty would feel as good as looks.

Rippler Underside

The Rippler is a slightly above average size dildo.  It measures 7.25 inches long and has a maximum diameter of 1.875 inches.  If you’re not a girth fanatic, don’t let the size scare you off.  The Rippler has a tapered shape that lets you slowly work your way to the widest point.   The toy is mildly curved for G spot stimulation.  If you prefer a sharper curve (like the Pure Wand), this may not work for you.  On the other hand, the Rippler could be perfect for those who have had issues with more curved toys hanging up on their pubic bone.  It does have a harness-compatible base, though it may require a larger O-ring due to its size.

The Rippler’s super sleek silicone, once lubed up, slides almost as smoothly as glass.  It is very much on the firm end of the silicone spectrum.  This dildo has very little bend or give to it, this could be a pro or a con depending on your preferences.  Personally, I like toys with a G-spotting curve to be on the firm side… more flexible toys often don’t apply enough pressure for me.  I also appreciate firmness in a textured toy like this.  I felt every one of those ridges massaging my vaginal walls with each thrust.

Rippler Ridges head on

The ridges of the Rippler were absolutely as wonderful in use as I had hoped.  My biggest concern was the head.  Usually, I like a wider or bulbous head for added pressure and friction on my G spot.  I was pleasantly surprised in this case.  The firmness of the silicone made up for the less prominent head, and I was able to have some great G spot orgasms with the Rippler.

Standard rules of silicone care apply to the Rippler: wash with soap and water, boil or use a 10% bleach solution to sterilize.  Water-based lube is recommended… if you want to use silicone lube, make sure it’s high quality and spot test in an inconspicuous area first.  One minor caveat with this toy… the glossy, glassy, gorgeous silicone is very much a lint magnet.  I store mine in a plastic zip bag to keep it from collecting too much fuzz between uses.

Thanks to Good Vibrations for providing the Rippler free of charge in exchange for my honest review!

You can pick up the Pleasure Works Rippler at Good Vibrations.  If you’re in the market for a less textured G spot toy, the Pleasure Works Siren is an excellent smooth alternative.

3 Comments
  • Mr. Will
    July 13, 2014

    Ohhhh… This looks fun. Nice review (and good pics). I think I want to try it out…. 😀

    • Lunabelle
      July 13, 2014

      Yeah, I can see how this would be a good one for prostate play as well with that nice taper and curve. It’s also one of the more “photogenic” dildos I’ve taken pictures of. 🙂

  • Camryn
    August 7, 2014

    They now make a smaller version of this and I can’t decide which to get *laughs*
    I love the sparkliness of the silicone they use. It adds even more appeal to their designs.

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