There’s something about Jollies’ Jollet that will really catch your attention. Whether it’s the colourful design, shapeliness or textured handle, Jollet is absolute eye candy in terms of sex toys. Luckily for Jollet, looks aren’t everything.
Based on the original Jollie design, this handcrafted 100% silicone dildo incorporates the same sort of g-spot and vaginal stimulation, but accentuates Jollie’s shapeliness with some pretty amazing curves molded after the vagina. These curves offer fullness that’s firm and definitely takes some getting used to (especially the significant 1.75″ g-spot bump) but that makes the experience all the better in terms of the amount of pressure this dildo puts on the g-spot. Believe me, Jollet seemed pretty intimidating the first time around and wasn’t the most comfortable toy to insert, but that small leap made all the difference.
Despite being a g-spot dildo, Jollet is meant to be held in place, not rocked. With its fluctuating girth (1 3/8″ tip, 1.75″ g-spot bump and 1.5″ shaft near base), this dildo probably wouldn’t be very comfortable in motion anyways so take advantage of those curves and let it do the work for you. Flex your muscles to the curves of the shaft and you’re sure to feel the full potential.
Aside from Jollet’s shapely shaft, this dildo also offers a scalloped, matte base for easy handling. Not only is it nice to look at, but really does do the trick if you need a little extra support when holding Jollet. On the very bottom of the handle you’ll also find a small hole meant for either a small vibrating bullet or a finger, although I think the best way to handle the base would be by actually holding the dildo around the textured exterior.
Despite being molded for the female anatomy, Jollet doesn’t necessary simulate everyone’s needs and might be a little uncomfortable. For those of you who are used to 1.75″ sizes and above, Jollet should be fine. If you’re normally using something in the 1.5″ range and want to work your way up, it’s worth noting that this feels fuller than other toys that are the same size because of the silicone’s firmness. Even so, Jollet’s girth does fluctuate all throughout the shaft so it might prove itself to be more comfortable than your standard, uniform shaft. It may not work for everyone, but it will definitely offer you more sensation that you would usually get from your typical silicone dildo.
While advertised as being compatible with both water-based and silicone lubricants, I personally wouldn’t recommend taking that risk considering the kind of harm a silicone lubricant can have on silicone toys. Jollet doesn’t come cheap ($60-100 depending on the colour style — there are tons to choose from!) and it would be unfortunate to have a perfectly good toy go to waste so try and stick with a heavier water-based lube like Maximus if you’re looking for something to help with Jollet’s girth. If you decide to take the chance and try Jollet out with a silicone lube, by all means, let us know what you think!
Jollet was a pleasant surprise. While I usually wouldn’t get a dildo with so much girth, the shapeliness of it offered just enough in all the right places. That said, the firmness of Jollet offered a bit more support, stimulation, pressure and overall sensation (better than having a soft silicone toy that’s floppy and offers a far weaker sensation). Not only that, but Jollet is cute, quirky and unique in design compared to most other dildos on the market today. If you’re looking for something a little different that offers plenty of stimulation you need to check this one out.