The Eroscillator 2 Plus is an amazing piece of technology, and I’m glad that it exists.
I’m ashamed to say I’ve procrastinated on writing this review, but that’s because I wanted to give you my true opinion of The Eroscillator.
Since it’s so different than any other vibrator out there, it takes some getting used to.
If you’re not familiar with The Eroscillator, it’s unlike your traditional vibrator because it doesn’t pound against your erogenous zones.
At 7,200 consistent, steady oscillations per minute, to be exact.
When I first opened The Eroscillator, I was most definitely wide-eyed and about to burst with excitement.
The first time I used it in a sexxion, aside from the nagging feeling that I was cheating on my Hitachi Magic Wand (trusted companion that she is), I was floored and seriously impressed.
I flew into subspace with the help of The Eroscillator 2′s oscillations, and I came harder than I had ever remembered cumming previously.
However, I’d heard rumors that it can take some women time to get used to the oscillations, perhaps partially because we’re used to our toys pounding on us so hard that our poor naughty bits are numbed into oblivion.
At least, that’s one theory. To make it a fair deal, I told my new Eroscillator that she had a whole week to impress me, and for that time, I wouldn’t touch my Hitachi (or rather, my Hitachi wouldn’t be touching me). Fair is fair, right?!
I went through serious Hitachi Magic Wand withdrawal.
And I figured that was part of the whole adjusting-to-The Eroscillator process.
So I extended my initial one week trial period to two weeks.
The second time The Eroscillator 2 and I met in bed to rendezvous, I wasn’t impressed.
I wasn’t even mildly impressed.
And that was after days of being Hitachi-free.
I’ll admit that I was a little flustered and confused.
Everyone I know that has ever felt The Eroscillator has ranted and raved about it, calling it the Queen of all Sex Toys, or some similar honorary title.
I was flustered because my first experience with The Eroscillator had been so incredibly mind-blowing.
That first time, it felt like heaven on my clit and all around my labia.
My pussy couldn’t get enough, and I was cumming and cumming into the most blissful subspace.
In the interest of full-disclosure, I was also in a hog-tie that first time, and had a vibrator going at full power inside my pussy, and there was that bit-gag I was biting down on and moaning into.
But still… nothing else was on my external erogenous zones, and like I said before, The Eroscillator blew me away.
The second time, though, I couldn’t quite get into it.
I felt its oscillations, and after I got over my ticklish nature, it just started to annoy me.
I turned it up, assuming that the power wasn’t high enough, but that didn’t seem to help either.
Frankly, I was just bored.
What about the third sexxion, you might be wondering… Well, the third time was awesome.
After about 30+ clitoral and vaginal orgasms (yes, The Eroscillator is also great for internal stimulation!), I was just about ready to chuck the whole of my sex toy collection, which, for me, is saying a lot.
It seemed that I’d never need, nor want for, another toy again.
The Eroscillator 2 Plus was my new bestie.
And in that moment, I didn’t just feel like I was cheating on the Hitachi Magic Wand, but my heart hurt too, as if we had broken up for the first time.
Then, I wasn’t particularly confident the Hitachi and I would ever hook up again, either.
What about the following pleasure romps?
Well, they were hit-or-miss, but have proved better and better over time.
I think a lot of it depended upon my headspace, but I can’t quite pinpoint what made certain Eroscillator sexxions superb, while others were just meh.
In case you were worried about my prior relationship, my Hitachi Magic Wand and I made up and had the best make up sex ever.
Afterwards, I became more interested in what The Eroscillator 2 could really do.
And no, it wasn’t a pity date after the Hitachi and I reunited. It was just plain ol’ poly sex.
Again and again.
And it was fun as hell. (Again and again!)
Now, The Eroscillator gets me off easily and consistently, when I decide to pull it out.
I still favor the Hitachi over it most days, but in those moments that I ache for a lighter touch (especially when bondage or sensory deprivation is involved, it seems), The Eroscillator is my top-choice.
So let’s get down ‘n dirty with the specs.
You already know that The Eroscillator oscillates (instead of vibrating), and does so at 7,200 oscillations per minute.
The Eroscillator 2 was “designed to produce easier, faster, more intense orgasms” according to its manual.
Since it plugs into an outlet, you’ll never run out of juice or experience a slow-down in oscillatory power when you want it most.
The Eroscillator 2 is lightweight, and a lot easier to hold and manage than the Hitachi.
It’s been ergonomically-designed, and you can tell. That I do appreciate.
It’s also virtually silent when oscillating against your body.
They say that The Eroscillator does not irritate healthy tissues, which is always a plus! (Why anyone would ever design products that do is a pet-peeve of mine, but that’s a tale for another time.)
The manual touts that The Eroscillator never gets too hot to handle, and I found that to be blatantly untrue. It does get too hot to handle.
Quite similarly to the Hitachi Magic Wand, actually.
While I’ve most definitely suffered Hitachi burns on my inner thighs (I’m sure you gals know what I’m talkin’ about), I’ve also suffered Eroscillator 2 burns.
Now I know that I can be rough on my toys, but if a company claims that a toy doesn’t get burning hot, I expect the toy to not get burning hot.
Call me crazy. So that part is disappointing.
The device itself (not the power adapter) is waterproof and can be washed under running water. It’s safe for use with your favorite silicone or water-based lubricant.
What do I love?
I love that the cord is 12 feet long, and leaves you plenty of room to undulate, twist, writhe, buck and cum without worry of pulling out the plug mid-orgasm.
I love the attachments that come with The Eroscillator 2 Plus.
It comes with three so-called <<De Luxe>> attachments and six heads.
For those unfamiliar with The Eroscillator 2 Plus, there are six heads because every attachment is double-sided.
The attachments are made out of a “bio-compatible flexible material,” which means they’re somewhat soft and bendable during use.
That makes them all the more fun to explore with, I think!
The manual and box indicate that The Eroscillator 2 Plus included attachments are known as the Ball & Cup, the Cluster Grapes/Cockscomb, and the Golden Spoon.
Mine didn’t come with the Golden Spoon, for some reason.
Instead, I got the Ultra Soft Finger Tip, which I freakin’ adore.
If you have The Eroscillator, and don’t have the Ultra Soft Finger Tip attachment,
I recommend it without hesitation.
The Eroscillator 2 manual is great because it details everything you need to know about using your new toy in a quick, easy-to-read format with plenty of pictures and illustrations.
You’ll find information on how to put The Eroscillator together, swap out attachments, plug it in, power it on and change the oscillation speeds.
If you keep reading, you’ll learn how to best use The Eroscillator 2 solo, and how to use it on a partner during intercouse, too.
There are also special tips on using The Eroscillator if you have trouble reaching orgasm.
The pleasure primer is written by Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer. In fact, it’s the only sensual product endorsed and recommended by Dr. Ruth.
In the manual/primer, there’s ordering information on their branded lubrication, and all of the other attachments that are available for use.
And in the 10 pages, you’ll also find testimonials by sex therapists, including Dr. Ruth and others.
The Eroscillator comes with a full 1-year guarantee, by the way.
It also includes a handy drawstring velour pouch for keeping The Eroscillator protected while not in use.
Really, the main body of The Eroscillator is the only thing that’s gonna fit in there, so I recommend saving the box to keep all the attachments, the power adapter, and manual with the toy.