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Big, Pink, and Thrusting: The Stronic Eins Pulsator, Reviewed

Big, Pink, and Thrusting: The Stronic Eins Pulsator, Reviewed:

Hop into The Test Bed, a bi-weekly series where couples try out high-tech sex toys—curated by pleasure marketplace My Secret Luxury—and then discuss what happened over G-chat. This week’s toy: the Stronic Eins Pulsator by Fun Factory, which David, a teacher, and Jennifer, a video editor, tried out on a recent lazy Sunday.

“There is nothing like this amazing thrusting sex toy, which is almost like a mini sex machine,” says My Secret Luxury’s Stacy Rybchin. “The hands-free pulsator mimics the back and forth movement of penetration. When used with an external clitoral vibrator, it will truly blow her mind!”

FIRST IMPRESSIONS

DAVID:
So, let’s talk about this new toy we got.

JENNIFER:
It’s called a “pulsator,”—basically, it’s a big, pink, thrusting dildo. My first thought was “Ooh, this sounds good!”

DAVID:
Fun Factory advises that this toy is not for a beginner, and I could see that. Fortunately, you have tried and enjoyed other vibrators.

JENNIFER:
Exactly, but there is a “pulling-out-the-big-guns” quality to this one. It’s marketed for couples and both men and women, but it’s not something I’d be comfortable using with a new partner. It’s a serious sex toy and a well-built one.

DAVID:
Haha, probably because of the German engineering. It’s driven by magnets: powerful magnets. I saw a bunch of your hairpins migrate across the room once it appeared on the bedside table. Remember to watch for them!

IN THE ACT

DAVID:
After having gone down on you for a delightful few moments, you started giving me head…

JENNIFER:
And you pulled it out and wanted to try it.

DAVID:
Yeah. In hindsight, I could have waited a little longer. This thing is not a vibrator—you really need to be ready for it!

JENNIFER:
Yeah, like any dildo, lube is probably a good idea for most women. It is clearly an impressive toy, but for foreplay I’d still want to use some other vibrator or just plain human touch.

DAVID:
Noted and Agreed. ;) It also didn’t really work alongside straight intercourse—what, with me inside you.

JENNIFER:
Right, which is why I think this is potentially an awesome toy for single women.

DAVID:
Like as a dick replacement?

JENNIFER:
Exactly. If you don’t have access to cock, this is a space-age way to get off. It definitely can make you come if you have G-spot orgasms.

DAVID:
And, of course, that relates to how we found it most useful. It works really well for bonus orgasms after intercourse—you know, to roll out those aftershocks.

JENNIFER:
Right. No guilt, no judgments, just a bonus orgasm.

THE FINAL VERDICT

DAVID:
So would you say that it has earned a position among your fav toys?

JENNIFER:
Hmm… I think I need to use it more to get used to the motion of it. It’s not like a regular dildo where you or your partner controls the thrusting—nor like my favorite vibrators which are “on the outside” warm-up toys. It does its rhythmic thing on its own inside you, so it’s just in its own category of sex toy for me.

DAVID:
Practice makes perfect, I guess.

JENNIFER:
;)

Test Bed couples previously reviewed the Revel Body Vibrator, the Minna Limon Vibrator and We-Vibe 4.


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