Sinclair Inspire review: big, budget-friendly, silicone vibrator for size queens

The girthy, voluptuous Sinclair Inspire vibrator comes in a gorgeous cyan blueIt’s not hard to find an affordable and non-porous vibrator, but your options dwindle when you add “big” or “girthy” to the list of qualifiers. Big insertable vibrators usually have one of the following drawbacks:

  1. over $100
  2. coated in toxic jelly or otherwise porous, sometimes with a bonus of gargantuan fake veins
  3. not what I would personally consider big; 1.75″ diameter or wider is girthy to me.

The Sinclair Select Inspire vibrator surpasses the last threshold with a head of 1.75″ diameter tapering down to 1.5″  and bulging to a bigger another bulb of 2″. It’s 8.35″ long total with 7.25″ of insertable length. It also ticks the other check boxes with its silicone body, $57 price tag, and substantial motor. As a bonus, it’s also waterproof and comes with a satin storage bag.

All this makes it a good all-arounder for people like me: girth lovers who prioritize penetration and consider power secondary.

Shape

The Sinclair Inspire vibrator is slightly asymmetric

It doesn’t have a dramatic G-spotting curve or angle, but the combination of bulbousness and girth makes it surprisingly effective at pounding and pressing into my G-spot. I can easily tilt the base back and thrust the tip into my G-spot with enough targeted intensity to orgasm within seconds.

This only applies if I have the tip oriented in the correct direction. There is a barely discernible medial seam that marks the asymmetry. With one side of the seam facing the front of my vagina, the G-spot stimulation is just right. With the other, I can barely get any at all. The curve at the tip is ever-so-slight that you can hardly even see it in photographs, but it does make a difference.

I’d say that with the “correct” side facing forward, the G-spot stimulation is 65% from thrusting in and 35% from the pulling of the out stroke. The thrustability is a refreshing contrast to my experiences with many G-spot vibrators. The shapes of the JeJoue Uma and Bswish Bwild Bunny chiefly pull on the G-spot and just don’t work for me. The BMS Factory Swan Wand is mostly something to stretch and clench around, with only residual G-spot stimulation. The Sinclair Inspire, meanwhile, is easy and intuitive for me to aim at and thrust into my G-spot.

Vibrations

This vibrator’s rumble is respectable for a vibrator that runs on separate batteries. Of course it’s not as rumbly as some USB-rechargeable toys, but with C-cell batteries, you get bang for your buck. The low to medium settings are also quiet enough to use under a blanket without anyone else hearing.

When I use the Sinclair Inspire’s lower settings clitorally, I quickly orgasm and easily maintain the plateau where I come again and again back-to-back. Even on days where I’m not that aroused, the vibrator’s speed range is broad enough that I can still get a few orgasms out of the low setting and turn it up or down. The highest setting is buzzy, as expected, so I prefer to not use it unless I’m about to orgasm and briefly want some “oomph” to push me over the edge.

Staying in a high speed setting increases my chances of temporarily going numb when using a vibrator. However, this isn’t unique to the Sinclair Inspire. My clitoris rarely gets along with fast, powerful vibrators for long.1

The Sinclair Inspire has a dial at the base

The vibrations are controlled by a dial at the base. You can turn the dial a bit initially without starting the vibrations, so it’s unlikely to accidentally turn on when carried in a travel bag. The control isn’t a perfect escalation. When speeding up in the high end of the spectrum, the transition to the absolute highest speed is abrupt, going from 1-2-3-4-5-6-7 straight to 10. Some users may want more subtle gradations between the fast speed settings. However, it doesn’t bother me personally because I mostly stay out of the upper range. The dial control is ideal for me.

Overall

The Sinclair Select Inspire vibrator quickly rose in my toy collection’s Hall of Fame. It’s a solid sex toy with a modest price tag for how big, rumbly, and effective at hitting my G-spot it is. This combination is hard to find. While it doesn’t have a rechargeable motor or anything particularly fancy, it just does well everything it needs to do.

Disclaimer

TooTimid.com sent me the Sinclair Select Inspire vibrator in exchange for an honest review. I do receive a commission at no extra cost to you if you clear your cookies and click a link to buy a toy from an affiliate. However, all opinions expressed are my own.

  1. The exception I’d make is the Eroscillator, which doesn’t really vibrate, but rather oscillates.

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  1. December 26, 2017

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