• Aria Hue G
  • Aria Hue G
  • Aria Hue G
  • Aria Hue G


Aria Hue G

$ 34.99

The Aria Hue G is a powerful (and colorful!) G-Spot vibrator with a smooth, flexible body. It's compact, but not too slim, and offers strong, rumbly vibration at 5 speed levels and 5 pulsing/cresting vibration patterns. The angled, egg-shaped head is great for massaging the G-Spot or stimulating external pleasure zones. A single-button control cycles through settings and powers on/off when held down. Deep, strong vibration and a 5-year warranty make this toy a standout in terms of quality, especially for a battery-operated toy under $50. We also dig the cute, simple aesthetic.

Length: 6.25 inches

Insertable Length: 5 inches

Diameter: 1.35 inches

Materials: silicone, ABS plastic

Settings: 5 vibration speeds, 5 vibration patterns

Power Source: 2 AAA batteries (not included)

Manufacturer: Blush Novelties

Manufacturer Warranty: 5 years

Country of Origin: Made in China

This product is made of silicone and has electronic components.

Silicone is non-porous and non-toxic. Medical grade silicone is totally safe for your body. It can be easily cleaned and sterilized by following the guidelines below.

To clean silicone, wash it with hot water and a body-friendly soap before and after each use. Make sure your toy is dry before storing it. Be mindful of any seams, charging interfaces or buttons on your toy, and follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer to ensure that your toy is not damaged by moisture.

To sterilize silicone, wash it and then boil it in plain water for 3-5 minutes. You can use this method of sterilization if the electronic components of your toy are removable.

For toys that cannot be submerged in boiling water, use a solution of 1 part bleach and 9 parts water. Soak your silicone toy in this solution for 5 minutes, then allow to air dry. If your toy is not submergible, simply wipe, spray or dip the toy in the bleach solution without submerging the moisture sensitive areas.

Sterilize your silicone sex toys between partners, between holes, or if you would just feel better about using your toy if you did.

Silicone can sometimes be incompatible with silicone lubricant. Before applying silicone lube to a silicone toy, we recommend conducting a “patch test.” After 10 minutes of contact with silicone lube, rinse your toy and inspect for signs of bonding, peeling, or a foggy or damaged surface finish. If there are no visible signs of damage, your toy is safe to use with silicone lube.

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