Get A Little Twisted: Soma Twisted Glass Dildo Review

This is a sponsored post.

Hi folks! While I frequently review fancy electronic vibrators and pulsators on this blog, I love a good dildo. I’m thrilled to be reviewing the Soma Twisted Glass Dildo from Prisms Erotic Glass. The Soma is a beautiful dildo with a delightful curve and decent girth, and it was a pleasure to review.

First Impressions

The Soma comes in a basic box with a clear plastic window to reveal the toy. At this price point, it’s pretty standard packaging.

Soma in box

Out of the box, the Soma glass dildo is beautifully twisted, clear with a blue line running through it. It comes with a black velvet storage bag which looks way dustier in this photo than real life. And if you look closely, you can see me in the reflection.

Soma on velvet bag

Here are a few shots of the Soma in hand so you can see width and length better.

And here are a couple of shots of the top (left) and bottom (right) to give you an idea of girth.

The Soma is made of borosilicate glass, like Pyrex, and it has a beautiful weight in hand and a lovely design.

In Use

The Soma has a few really unique qualities going for it. It is a bit wider near the tip than at the base, which is really nice for the sensation of penetration. It also has a curve to it, which makes it easier to press into my g-spot or a-spot (the area behind the cervix, in the fornix).

What I noticed in use was that, like all glass dildos, the Soma is nearly frictionless. This makes penetration a cinch. With natural or bottled lube, the Soma slides in beautifully. The length is exactly right for me to push the entire toy inside, with only the very base protruding. It’s wide enough that I feel it but not too wide (for me).

The base of the toy is very small, which I don’t love. It made it very hard to keep a grip on it. This is fine for just leaving the toy in place, but for thrusting, it’s hard to get a handhold. A secondary effect is that it’s hard to notice the toy turning, so it’s easy to accidentally move it so the curve is not hitting the g-spot. Whenever that happened, I would remove it to re-align it, and that was annoying.

Even so, I loved testing out this glass g-spot dildo. The curve made an interesting texture sensation, the broad head felt great, and I like the firmness of glass. It’s an elegant toy that I’ll return to often.

Kudos and Caveats

Kudos for an inexpensive and beautiful dildo. Despite the low price point, the Soma is beautiful to look at and really effective.

Kudos for thoughtful design, including the curve and the twisting body. The g-spot responds well to firm pressure, and glass provides that well. The length and girth are both lovely.

Caveat: the small base means this toy can be difficult to hold. The small base also makes it not anal-safe.

Kudos to being usable with all forms of lube, water-based and silicone. Because this is a glass dildo, it’s non-reactive, so universally lube-friendly.

Kudos for the benefits of borosilicate: it’s easy to clean, durable, and temperature-sensitive: you can warm it up in hot water or cool it down in cold water. If you like temperature play, this is a great toy. Hell, this is a great toy regardless.

Final Thoughts

The Soma is a wonderful dildo for both entry-level toy folks and experienced enthusiasts. It’s inexpensive enough to be worth taking a chance on. It’s also lovely. I had a great time reviewing it!

This is a sponsored post, but my review is impartial.

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