Jopen Key Comet II
If you prefer the feel of silicone material or want a cheaper alternative to the Pure Wand, the Key Comet II is probably your best option. Featuring the same type of curve as the stainless steel option from nJoy, the Key Comet II is made from a lighter silicone material, making it easier on the wrists for longer sessions. The Key Comet II also vibrates, providing more interesting options.
JeJoue G-Kii 2
Touted for its adjustable design, the G-Kii 2 is one of the only G-spot toys that can be entirely customized for your body. Using two flexible "joints" throughout the shaft of the toy, the toy bends (and locks into place). Not only that, but this silicone toy comes equipped with vibrations. Recharging the battery is just as simple as using the magnetic-clasp charging accessory to plug the toy into a power source.
It's possible that none of the above toys really look appealing to you. That's OK! While these are some of the most popular and most recommended G-spot toys, there are a multitude of other G-spot sex toys available for you. When looking for your beginner G-spot toy, there are some things you should look for. The material should be mostly rigid. Because the G-spot responds well to pressure, a rigid material and design helps pleasure that special spot. It's also vital that your toy have a deep G-spot curve. While very small curves may work fine for some people, the majority of people find that the larger curve helps them better locate their G-spot (especially when they haven't located it before).
Once you have your new G-spot toy, make sure to take the suggestions above when using your toy. And above all, don't put too much pressure on yourself. Explore and enjoy what your body can do. You may not find G-spot bliss after all, but you're likely to learn some other new things about your body.