Review: VUSH Myth G‑spot vibrator & Rose 2 bullet

VUSH Myth G-spot vibrator and Rose 2 bullet review

2016 called. It wants its Millennial Pink, rose gold, and com­mer­cial­ized well­ness girl­bossi­fi­ca­tion self-love back.

I per­son­i­fy VUSH vibra­tors as some basic-bitch Millennial drink­ing cel­ery juice, sport­ing thick eye­brows gradient-filled and cheek­bones con­toured to oblivion.

In oth­er words: the entire brand looks stuck in the mid-2010s. (Honestly, same — but I nev­er pre­tend­ed to be hip.)

“We explore the tech so you can explore your body,” VUSH avows on their web­site. They also boast that they have over 1,0000 reviews on their prod­ucts, and of course, that’s noth­ing to scoff at. People like what they like. But it’s all glitz and glam for noth­ing special.


VUSH Rose 2 and VUSH Myth vibrator first impressions

The VUSH Rose 2 bul­let has decent zing and con­trols. And its sib­ling, the VUSH Myth G‑spot vibra­tor, is a curvy queen that pleas­es my Millennial eyes. But that’s about the kind­est thing I’ll say in this VUSH vibra­tor review.

I wouldn’t be upset if the VUSH Rose 2 were my first and only vibra­tor when I start­ed col­lect­ing sex toys. It’s okay, I guess, and the pos­i­tive cus­tomer reviews aren’t with­out merit.

A close-up of the VUSH Myth and Rose 2's textured heads. The Myth has diagonal ridges, kind of like a honey drizzler, while the Rose 2 bullet's textures are like slightly-raised flower petals

But how many of those buy­ers have sam­pled a wide range of sex toys of vary­ing price ranges? Because I have. And as far as my cur­rent cur­mud­geon self is con­cerned, the rea­sons to get a VUSH vibra­tor aren’t compelling:

  1. You saw a cer­tain VUSH vibra­tor in a Cardi B music video.
  2. You like the aes­thet­ic moon dust of the well­ness indus­try — what­ev­er the fuck it means when it uses buzz­words like “empow­er­ment” and “self-love” to oblivion.

Don’t get me wrong: of course, I love any brand that advo­cates for plea­sure and undo­ing shame, espe­cial­ly for women. AFAB deserve to cater to them­selves at least as much as they do for others.

(VUSH claims their toys are “for every body,” and yes, you could use a vibra­tor on a penis, but I don’t see flared bases for safe anal use.) 

However, many oth­er brands are already doing good work, and they don’t charge $90 for a mid-tier bul­let or $100 for a bland G‑spot vibra­tor. At VUSH’s prices, you’re pay­ing for the aes­thet­ic and ide­al­ized lifestyle. Not for stel­lar sensations.


A closer look at the VUSH Myth G‑spot vibrator

“Powerful vibra­tions for incred­i­ble sen­sa­tions,” claims the VUSH Myth’s pack­ag­ing. My two-word response: bitch, where? Its motors are pitiful.

The VUSH Myth 2's vibrations make tiny ripples in water. They're quite pathetic.

If I turn the inten­si­ty all the way up and think, “That’s it?” that’s a bad sign. And if it can’t make me come via cli­toral vibra­tion at the high­est steady speed, the pat­terns have no hope. Bummer.

I’ll occa­sion­al­ly for­give a sub-par G‑spot vibra­tor if it works well as a dil­do, though. Unfortunately, that’s not the case with the VUSH Myth. On paper, it com­bines many ele­ments I’ve loved in oth­er G‑spot massagers:

  • A curved shaft, bul­bous head, and slim neck
  • Textures and ridges galore for my front wall
  • A vel­vety mat­te fin­ish with just a lit­tle drag

Unfortunately, between the VUSH Myth’s rigid­i­ty and head slope, it just doesn’t feel like much to me. Its apex miss­es my G‑spot. By default, my vagi­na pulls the VUSH Myth far­ther past my pubic bone than my G‑spot would like. I have to wran­gle to get it any­where near the right spot.

Another close-up of the VUSH Myth and Rose 2 vibrators' head textures. They're veeerrryy subtle and hardly make a difference for me.

I can’t even say it’s “good for begin­ners” in this case, considering:

  1. The VUSH Myth’s price tag
  2. A G‑spot vibra­tor for begin­ners should ide­al­ly have some flex­i­bil­i­ty to accom­mo­date dif­fer­ent bodies.

There are some super stiff begin­ner vibra­tors on the afford­able end of the spec­trum. But when a lux­u­ry vibra­tor does did­dly squat for my G‑spot OR my cli­toris? It’s just a phal­lic paper­weight to me.

Save some cash. Get the Cloud 9 G‑Spot 7 Inch Slim vibra­tor instead. It lacks VUSH’s flashy mar­ket­ing, but its vibra­tions and G‑spotty shape will take you way farther.

VUSH Myth measurements and specs

  • 7.75” total length
  • 5” insertable length
  • Maximum bulb diam­e­ter: 1.25”
  • Narrowest neck width: 0.75”
  • 5 vibra­tion pat­terns, 5 intensities
  • 1‑year war­ran­ty
  • $100 at Betty’s Toy Box

VUSH Rose 2 bullet water splash. The Rose 2 makes moderately-sized waves, as far as vibrations go, and splashes just a tiny bit. It's slightly above average in strength.

VUSH Rose 2 flexible bullet vibrator review

Meanwhile, I don’t hate the VUSH Rose 2 bul­let. It has suf­fi­cient strength for its size, splash­ing just a lit­tle when turned on and dipped in water. The bul­bous head shape is poten­tial­ly fun for inser­tion and clench­ing around.

And the con­trols are fine, I guess. One but­ton cycles through the inten­si­ties (start­ing at 3/5), one switch­es the pat­terns, and one turns the VUSH Rose 2 on/off.

It gets the job done.

VUSH Rose 2 bullet flexibility / flexible neck

But again, at the VUSH Rose 2’s price, I wish I could say more than “it’s decent.” I’ve tried over 300 sex toys, and it’s that much hard­er to impress me nowadays.

If you decide to get the VUSH Rose 2, I hope you love the rose quartz shade, the flo­ral design, and the con­trol pan­el. It’s all about the aes­thet­ic at that point.

In a lux­u­ry bul­let of this price range, I’d expect a “down” but­ton like the Dame Products KIP and Hot Octopuss Amo have. Or, bet­ter yet, get a We-Vibe Tango X for the max­i­mum rum­ble in a bul­let.

VUSH vibrator control panel on Myth and Rose 2

VUSH Rose 2 measurements and specs

  • 5.25” total length
  • 1.25” max­i­mum bulb diameter
  • 0.5” nar­row­est neck width
  • 5 vibra­tion pat­terns, 5 intensities
  • 1 year warranty
  • $90 at Betty’s Toy Box

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8 Responses

  1. T says:

    My first impres­sion when I saw this post was “oh, so it’s like Walmart Zalo?” Seems like that was about right.

  2. JB says:

    I almost exclu­sive­ly shop/browse at SheVibe, so I haven’t heard of this brand before and don’t know how long it’s been around. But, real­ly? What mar­ket research did the “incred­i­ble team of VUSH babes” con­duct to deter­mine that this is the prod­uct line and brand that we need in 2021? Doesn’t make sense to me.

  3. Lynn says:

    It’s pret­ty ridicu­lous for a com­pa­ny to claim their prod­ucts are “for every body” when 80% of the toys are pink and none are anal safe. Pretty nar­row def­i­n­i­tion of “every body”.

  4. Trix says:

    The tex­tures just look uncom­fort­able to me, and I’m not even sure why…

  5. G says:

    i saw the prod­uct in the pic & my first thought was the ripples/ridges look like the back of a chin­chilla’s neck ;w;

    hon­est­ly it looks like it’d be bet­ter suit­ed as like a stim­ming object than any­thing else with the shape and the but­tons pro­trud­ing outward.

  6. Zara Smith says:

    Thank you for your hon­est review of these toys. I must admit I’m kin­da stuck in the 2010’s (actu­al­ly prob­a­bly much ear­li­er than that even,) so these had caught my eye. I’m glad I read this review before buy­ing one.

  7. Maria says:

    $100? Not with that water test!

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