Eroscillator 2 Top Deluxe + G-Point Review
~I received this product from Eroscillator for free in exchange for an honest review. This in no way, shape or form has any affect on my opinions on this product.~
The first time I ever heard of the Eroscillator, I was browsing the Lovehoney forums and it got me curious because nearly female that owned one was just raving about it and the ones who didn’t, yearned to own one. In the beginning I wondered how such an ugly sex toy could spark such a desire in women, not even including the seriously high price! But I had to have it, I had to know what all the fuss was about. But did I find it lived up to all the hype? Well, yes and no..
To a lot of people, the Eroscillator looks like a torture device. Or if not a torture device, a very old fashioned and large toothbrush. But despite all that, up close, I think the Eroscillator 2 Top Deluxe is gorgeous. Made from plastic, it’s a lovely shade of purple that seems to have darker swirls of purple if you look closer. The control panel spells out ‘Eroscillator’ and the silver is a nice contrast to the purple. I actually don’t find it ugly looking like I first thought, I guess a sex toy can just grow on you!
There are several different packages to choose from when purchasing your Eroscillator so the amount of attachments you get will obviously vary, but you can also purchase the attachments separately. The attachments in my package are the Ball and Cup, Grapes and Cockscomb, Golden Spoon, French Legionnaire’s Moustache, Seven Pearls of the Orient, Ultra Soft Finger Tip and the G-Point. All of the attachments, aside from the Ultra Soft finger tip which is made from medical silicone elastomere, are made from TPR. This isn’t exactly a body-safe material but I know that Eroscillator are a reputable company and their attachments are all phtalates and PVC free.
One of the great things about the Eroscillator is that it’s mains powered, which I’m incredibly grateful for (I’ll get to why soon). There are just three settings, which may sound like not a lot if you’re into your power but trust me, you don’t really need a lot with the Eroscillator. It’s seriously in a league of its own!
The thing you need to understand about the Eroscillator is that it doesn’t vibrate, it oscillates. This means that it moves back and forth really fast with whatever attachment is being used. As far as I know, the Eroscillator is the only sex toy to ever produce this kind of sensation so it’s definitely unique, something that seems rare in a sex toy.
My Experience with the Eroscillator:
Before I get to talking about the individual attachments, I’d like to talk a little bit about how the Eroscillator actually feels in general. It’s not the easiest of things to explain because I’ve never experienced anything like the Eroscillator before. The oscillations feel a lot more intense than a regular vibrator, the oscillations feel more like flutters against my clit. Or maybe like a tongue tapping against me, but at lightning speed? It’s such a difficult sensation to describe, but I can say that I’m extremely into it! The oscillations penetrate really deeply into the nerves of my clit and I think you can guess what that results in.
Since there were a number of different attachments that I had to try out, I’ll do this part of my review a little differently by talking about my favourite one first.
1. Grapes and Cockscomb:
I was honestly really surprised that the Grapes and Cockscomb is my favourite. I really didn’t expect it to be because while I love texture, I was exactly sure I’d love texture on my clit because the grapes are a little bit large. But I ended up loving how the grapes feel like tiny little beads all over my clit, it feels seriously amazing! The other side isn’t something to rave about for me personally, I didn’t think it was anything special. Although, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows with the grapes, they can cause my clit some discomfort if I have the Eroscillator on maximum intensity, it kind of feels like poking but I still love this attachment.
The G-Point isn’t one that I thought I’d enjoy that much because the shape isn’t one I’d normally go for but I really think this attachment is great. The hollow side is great at surrounding my clit and the textured side doesn’t feel painful at all, the little bumps feel more on the softer side and they massage the nerves in my clit really nicely. My preferred way to use the G-Point is by holding the Eroscillator upwards and just slowly moving it up and down so the edge of the G-Point rubs my clit, it’s definitely an amazing feeling!
3. Ultra Soft Finger Tip:
For a lot of people, the Ultra Soft Finger Tip is their favourite. I can understand why, it’s super squishy! But for me, it wasn’t a complete winner. I’m not going to lie and say I hated it, because I really didn’t. It’s just that I found the oscillations weren’t able to travel through the elastomere as well as I’d hoped. Plus since the head is squishy, I wasn’t able to feel much of anything once the elastomere became wet with my juices. I also wasn’t able to put enough pressure on my clit because the oscillations just weakened once I did that. Aside from all the negatives, I did still enjoy the feel of the elastomere, it was on the more gentle side of things.
4. Ball and Cup:
This attachment is very ‘meh’ for me. The small, hollow cup side isn’t all that great. I actually thought it would be great at broad stimulation and give me that “oh my god!” moment, but it didn’t. Not to say it feels terrible, the cup does provide some slight sensation but personally, it’s not enough at all. The textured side is just..well..okay I guess? I’m not raving about it and the little bumps don’t feel very interesting, I got bored using the Ball and Cup pretty quickly.
5. Golden Spoon:
Pain. That’s all that comes to mind with the Golden Spoon. I’ve no idea why, I think it might be because the little ‘pea’ on the hollow side feels like it’s poking me. I did try to like it but it just wasn’t working at all. The bumps on the other side aren’t much better, they just feel awful on my clit and my legs seem to automatically shut because the sensations feel too overwhelming and painful.
6. Seven Pearls of the Orient:
While the name sounds completely fucking cool, the use of this attachment is far from cool. In my experience, I found that the oscillations were more concentrated towards the bottom of the attachment, than in the tip where they should be. I couldn’t feel much of anything except some slight shaking in the tip which did nothing for my clit at all.
7. French Legionnaire’s Moustache:
Just burn this one. Please, just burn it. I first tried it out with the bristles on either side of my labia and that just annoyed the fuck out of me, I don’t like being tickled. So then I tried it with just one bristle on my clit. Okay, the bristles may feel soft on my fingers and arm, but no way in hell, do they feel soft on my clit. FUCKING OW! I think that’s what I said.
So, that’s all the attachments done. But did I find anything I didn’t like with the Eroscillator itself? Kind of.
I think sometimes that the Eroscillator should have just one extra intensity level, although a lot of people will be happy with just the three levels. Which I am on most days and I’m a woman that loves her power.
It’s a bit noisy.
Yes, it does create a fair bit of noise with some attachments. Particularly the Grapes and Cockscomb. Had to be the one I use the most didn’t it..
If you have a fair amount of pubic hair, please be very careful when using the Eroscillator. Why? Because when I’ve sometimes moved it a bit above my clit, whatever attachment I’m using, it feels like my pubic hair is being pulled on really tightly and like it’s about to be ripped out. Really not fun at all!
It’s a bastard to clean.
Yeah I know the attachments pop off so they can all be cleaned separately, but that’s not what the problem is. The attachments all have little crevices in-between all the textures so it takes forever and no matter how often or how much I clean them, dried bits of my juices still appear.
So do I think the Eroscillator is worth the price of 230 euros (around £180.10)? To be honest, I’m not sure. I will agree with most people who say that the Eroscillator gives orgasms that are completely different from the ones you get with vibrators, but the orgasms take a really long time for me to achieve and, frankly, I do get quite bored when I use the Eroscillator. The orgasms are great, but I could get from zero to “oh my god I’m cumming!”, within minutes with a decent clit vibe. The Eroscillator on the other hand, can take me well over an hour before I’m getting somewhere.
I don’t hate the Eroscillator, nor do I love it, but I certainly do like it a lot. I think that a lot of people will love the Eroscillator if they try it, sadly I’m just not one of them. The attachments are also a bit hit and miss for me and I’m disappointed that I only really like three of them so perhaps purchasing the Eroscillator is a bit of a gamble.
Where to Buy?
You can purchase the Eroscillator here.