1. L'Amourose Prism V USB Rechargeable Prostate and G-Spot Vibrator

      Average customer review 5 out of 5 stars2 reviews

      Possess and be possessed by L'Amourose's Prism V, a P and G-spot toy with quiet-yet-acute vibrations to leave you spellbound and breathless. 5 patterns each feature adjustable intensity for tailored play and an 18 month guarantee assures quality.


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      1. L'Amourose Prism V USB Rechargeable Prostate and G-Spot Vibrator

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    1. Product Description

      Possess and be possessed by L'Amourose's Prism V, a P and G-spot toy with quiet-yet-acute vibrations to leave you spellbound and breathless. 5 patterns each feature adjustable intensity for tailored play and an 18 month guarantee assures quality.

      Sculpted into a long, undulating S-shape with a smooth ovoid head, this vibrator offers generous reach and a tip broadened for extra stimulation. Diamonds cut around the handle aid grip to ensure perfect control.

      Designed to stand independently upright, rest it on a flat surface before lowering yourself over or sit it up while drying for hygiene.

      Accentuate your toy's silky silicone surface with a generous application of water-based lubricant.

      Key Features:

      • Prism V P-spot and G-spot vibrator
      • 5 patterns each feature graduated adjustable intensity
      • Extra-quiet design ensures your focus is kept on pleasure
      • Optimised S-shaped shaft and bulbed tip
      • USB rechargeable - 1 hour charge time provides 2.5 hour play time
    1. How it measures up

      • Base diameter: 1.9
      • Base type: Flat
      • Circumference: 4.25 inches
      • Insertable Length: 6 inches
      • Length: 7 inches
    2. How it feels

      • Contains latex: No
      • Contains phthalates: No
      • Flexibility: Rigid
      • Material: Silicone
      • Waterproof: Submersible
    3. Power and speed

      • Controller Type: Built in - push button
      • Power Type: Rechargeable
      • Vibration speed: Speeds and patterns
    4. Essential info

      • Duration: 150 minutes
      • Harness Compatible: No

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      Possess & be possessed by L'Amourose's Prism V, a P and G-spot toy with quiet-yet-acute vibrations to leave you satisfied & breathless. Five patterns each feature adjustable intensity for tailored play and an eighteen month guarantee assures quality.

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    1. Customer Reviews

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    1. L'amourose did it again

      Reviewed: September 18, 2016 by NatandTom, a Straight Going Steady Female

      I was really pleased when I saw that Lovehoney had decided to stock the Prism V, particularly because it's in this gorgeous light blue shade which makes a lovely addition to my collection. I'd been lusting after this toy since its release and being a big fan of L'amourose products in general, I ordered it within a week or two of its appearance. I love both of the other L'amourose toys (Rosa Rouge and Denia) that I've purchased, so I had really high hopes for the Prism, and I was not disappointed.

      When it arrived, I wasn't overly impressed with the packaging, but it was still pleasant. It wasn't as luxurious as the packaging for the other two vibrators I have, but I think it could still make a nice gift as it is. The box features a see-through lid with L'amourose embossed on the front in gold. Inside the box, the Prism lay protected within some velvet lining and underneath I found the user manual, warranty card, charging cable and a storage bag.

      It is made from a really high-grade silicone and feels amazing to the touch. The head in particular is extremely smooth and the rest of the toy only has minimal drag to it. It does start to develop some drag towards the gentle texture surrounding the control panel, but as this isn't an insertable portion of the toy, it doesn't matter too much. I would still recommend using a small amount of water-based lubricant with this toy just for maximum comfort. After use, a drop of toy cleaner and a rinse will suffice for cleaning, as there's no ridges or seams for fluids to get trapped in, so it's a really quick process. It's completely waterproof so it can be submerged or used under water, which makes it a great companion for the bath or shower.

      To charge, place the USB into your chosen charging port and attach the magnetic clip to the base of the vibrator. It connects easily and seems to hold the connection well, I don't find it constantly disconnecting like the We-Vibe system. A light will appear and flash whilst the Prism is charging and this will change to a steady light once the charge is completed. It takes roughly one hour to charge and gives around two hours of playtime on a medium speed. I've found that it lasts just under two hours when used consistently on the higher settings.

      It is operated via three-button control panel, which is pretty easy to understand. It has a plus, a minus and a coffee bean button. The plus turns on the toy and increases the intensity, whilst the minus decreases intensity and eventually turns the toy off. The coffee bean button cycles through the five vibration patterns. Just like the Rosa Rouge, this toy features twelve different intensity levels and all of these, in my opinion, are rumbly although the twelfth is very slightly buzzy. The patterns aren't my thing as always, but I can tolerate the first two.

      I decided to try the Prism out clitorally before I used it for it's intended purpose and found that I could get two different types of stimulation depending on the way I positioned the vibrator. If I turned it on its side then I could feel broader stimulation, which is great for warming-up and then I could later adjust the toy so the tapered tip pressed against the clitoris more directly. I didn't feel like the vibrations differed depending on the position or were dulled due to the silicone, in fact I actually think they travel extremely well and can be pretty precise with the right amount of pressure.

      I could orgasm with the Prism clitorally if using on intensities nine and above, but this isn't my preferred way to use this toy. I think that I'll continue using the Rosa for clitoral stimulation and keep this for what it's best at (and designed for) which is G-spot stimulation. I think the shape of the head and the curvature of the shaft are absolutely perfect and seem to fit extremely well with my anatomy. I had doubts at the start that the head may get caught on my pubic bone, but this hasn't happened as of yet and I've had this toy several months.

      In my experience, this toy is really comfortable to use internally due to its great size, shape, and smoothness. It finds my G-spot very easily and manages to stimulate it with or without vibrations. I can pass on internal vibrations if the shape is right, but if I do have internal vibrations, then the Prisms's are ones I'll be making full use of. I think L'amourose make absolutely fantastic vibrators and they're probably my ideal brand due to the amount of rumbly and powerful vibrations they pack into their toys.

      One thing that I didn't find perfect about the Prism is that its vibrations carry through to the handle, which can make my hand go numb (sometimes even before I orgasm, which can be off-putting). If you're one of those people who dislike feeling the vibrations in the entire shaft and handle, to the point where you would send a toy back if it did this, then I will tell you outright that the Prism is not going to be the right toy for you.

      There's another small thing that stops the Prism from being an 11/10 for me and that is simply down to the fact it warms up fairly quickly. It doesn't get extremely hot, but after 15-20 minutes you can definitely feel a rise in temperature coming from the toy. I don't tend to use the vibrator for that long as I simply don't need to, but it's something to keep in mind if you tend to take longer to orgasm, even with powerful toys.

      In terms of noise, the Prism is not that loud. I'd say it's around the standard noise level for a rechargeable vibrator and possibly a little bit quieter than the Denia. It isn't mains-powered wand loud, but it's not completely silent either. I have experimented with a closed-door which seems to be more than enough to cover the sound that this toy makes. If you're using the higher settings (as I tend to do) then I would keep background noise on standby if you're particularly conscious of noise or have thin walls.

      Overall, I am seriously impressed with the Prism and it's gotten so much use since it arrived, I'm surprised it hasn't burnt out yet. I believe the Prism has even taken over the Mona 2's position as my favourite G-spot vibrator. I love almost everything about it and despite the couple of minor issues I encountered with it, I think it's a wonderful vibrator and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it if those things don't bother you.

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10 stars
      Design, colour, body-safe, rechargeable, waterproof, powerful, rumbly. Need I go on?
      Heats up fairly quickly and vibrations travel to the handle causing numbing of the hand.
      Bottom line
      My number one G-spot vibrator at the moment.
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    1. Possibly My New Favourite Vibrator Ever!

      Reviewed: February 9, 2016 by Spoonerism, a Bisexual Engaged Female

      I'm going to be bold and call L'Amourose the new Lelo. Their toys are stunning to look at, beautiful quality (backed up with an 18 month warranty) and the vibrations in their larger toys are simply the strongest and rumbliest ones I've come across. All in all, these toys are absolutely worth their luxury price tags and I'm very pleased to report that the Prism V is no exception - it is superb. And now possibly the best multi purpose vibrator I own, which is very high praise indeed! Let me explain…

      First off, the packaging of the Prism V is nice and simple - just a modest box with a clear lid displaying the toy. Inside you get a USB charger cable, warranty card, instruction manual and a storage bag for the toy. Basically everything you'd expect from a product in this price range.

      Ever since I got my first L'Amourose toy I've been a huge fan of the buttery, silky, downright gorgeous silicone that they use with their products. The Prism V is seam-free and flawless, as expected, and attracts minimal lint which is always a good thing. The entire toy is coated in this miracle silicone, all the way from tip to handle, apart from the charging contacts on the very bottom.

      The toy charges via magnets so has no exposed ports and is therefore totally waterproof. While the toy is charging, a little light in the middle of the control pad flashes and then stays on indicating the toy is fully charged. This can take over an hour, especially on its first charge, so be patient!

      Before the Prism V came along into my life, my favourite internal/larger vibrators were the L'Amourose Rosa and the (very popular among sex toy reviewers) Lelo Mona 2. Both are designed for and are amazing at delivering intense G-spot stimulation, though they all excel as clitoral vibes too. Here are a few comparison thoughts:

      The Prism V is most similar in form and function to the Mona 2 as it is a similar size and shape, with an obvious handle. While the G-spotting head of the Prism V looks the same as the Rosa's, it is actually a little smaller and less girthy in person. The Prism V is a completely rigid vibrator (like the Mona 2) whereas the Rosa has a flexible neck.

      The motor in the Prism V is very similar (well, probably actually exactly the same) to that in the shaft of the Rosa. The vibrations are extremely strong for a rechargeable toy, truly rumbly and super penetrating, which is what I need these days, especially internally. Both the Prism V and the Rosa are definitely much stronger and rumblier than the Mona 2, so if that's what you're after, discount the Mona 2 now (Sorry, Mona! I still love you!). I'm inclined to say the Rosa feels the strongest in hand as it actually has two motors (one in the shaft, one in the base designed for dual stimulation), though side by side in use I actually noticed very little difference between it and the Prism V.

      What sets the Prism V above the Rosa the most is that handle. The sculpted 'prism' effect provides some grip and I think the buttons are positioned perfectly for effortless operation. The base of the Rosa is noted as being quite awkward and 'in the way' if you intend to use a clitoral vibrator while the Rosa is inserted - no such issue with the Prism V! On the Rosa, the buttons are located on the side of the base, which can make operating it difficult for left handed people in particular - again, this problem has been solved with the Prism V!

      I also find the shape of the handle much more ergonomic than the Rosa's base, and find I get less hand cramping during longer sessions. Boom. But wait - one more thing. The Prism V's handle makes the toy more accessible for people with reach and mobility issues, or perhaps a bit of extra tummy in the way (like me!). Four for you, Prism V and your wonderful handle. Oh, and it even stands up, preventing lubey sheets and allowing for hygienic drying after cleaning. Brilliant.

      Comparisons over, what does the Prism V actually feel like? Well the curve of its shaft does wonderful things for my G-spot. Much like the Rosa (only a little more comfortable as it's that bit smaller = perfect), it hooks its way around my pubic bone, latches on to the perfect spot and doesn't let go until it's done the job. With those immense vibrations turned up high, it produces vaginal earthquakes. Almost literally. Add a We-Vibe Tango on my clit for good measure and I am so, so satisfied. The Prism V is also amazing clitorally on its own, making it a fantastically versatile toy too.

      Two small flaws, if you can call them that: The buttons are the "under the silicone" type and can sometimes be hard to locate and press (mine were a little stiff). Secondly, it's not the quietest toy I've tried, despite how Lovehoney are marketing this one. When inserted it's not too bad and I don't think it would be heard through a closed door or anything, but when I use it clitorally on high it can make a bit of a racket. My Mona 2 is quieter. Just something to bear in mind if the upmost discretion is key to you.

      Overall, I am quite besotted with this toy. It is the perfect shape for everything, its vibrations are perfect (especially if you can't stand buzzy vibes and need proper rumbles to get off) and it's built to last. It's like L'Amourose combined the best qualities of my other two favourite G-spot vibrators and produced the perfect orgasm machine.

      This is the one for me.

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10 stars
      Top quality, brilliant design, amazing vibrations, super versatile.
      Fiddly buttons, not that quiet.
      Bottom line
      I just love it, okay?
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