Firstly, we’ll look at the price. This is in no way cheap, in fact, it’s pretty damn expensive. At £200 (at the time of writing this) it’s way out of some peoples’ budgets and, due to the price, a lot of people will automatically exclude it from their list without fully investigating why it’s well worth the money and worth saving up for.
It reminds me so much of an electric toothbrush, with several interchangeable heads which are perfect for every desire. I know a lot of people who use electric toothbrushes for masturbation because they prefer how it feels instead of a vibrator – if you’re one of these people, I’d urge you to have a look at the Eroscillator.
The Eroscillator 2 Deluxe is a mains-powered clitoral vibrator. It has a long wire, long enough for me to plug in across the room and use, comfortably, in my bed. The plug that it comes with is a European 2 pin plug so, depending on where you come from, you may need to purchase an adapter separately – though with some stores, like Lovehoney, an adapter is already included with your order. Sound-wise, I don’t think it’s overly loud. When using it under the duvet, it can barely be heard, so it’s highly doubtful that it can be heard through the door. (This is great for people who live in shared houses.) Another plus is the push switch on the front that turns your device on and off; this makes it so easy to switch through all three of the settings and also turn it off quite quickly if needed.
Inside the box you’ll find an instruction booklet, a long power cord, and 6 different attachments. Some of the attachments have dual sides making it, in my opinion, a total of 9 different attachments/heads. Also included is a clear sleeve that reminded me of one of those cardboard folders I used in high school, though mine was made of plastic. Honestly though, while it’s nice that something has been included to store the heads, I would have expected that – for the price of the item – something a little more substantial would have been included. The storage folder didn’t fasten shut, so it became redundant as a place to store the attachments; I opted to use a satin storage bag instead.
As stated there are, in total, 6 different attachments, giving you a total of 9 different heads. Each one provides a different sensation. One of the most talked about and enjoyed heads among sex toy reviews, is the one dubbed the ‘Marshmallow head’ – but is actually called the Ultra soft finger attachment. I expected to love this one. Surprisingly, while I did like it, I didn’t love it; I found that I much prefer harder toys than squishy toys on my clitoris. I’ll go through all off the different attachments in order of my personal preference.
Grapes and Cockscomb – This was my favourite attachment of the lot. I enjoyed the different sensations that the grapes had on my clitoris as I manually rotated it, while the Eroscillator did its job and oscillated it. I also really liked the Cockscomb head, rotating this back and forth felt pretty damn awesome.
Golden Spoon – The Golden Spoon attachment was my next most frequently used one. Mostly I enjoyed using the flattish bumped side of it, as opposed to the concave side. Whilst that side did feel good, I didn’t much enjoy the feeling of my clitoris encased whilst the Eroscillator was oscillating.
Seven Pearls of the Orient – Whilst this head is designed for internal use, either anal or vaginal, I didn’t much enjoy it internally at all. I much prefer using the Eroscillator clitorally – and I really did enjoy using this head clitorally. I really enjoyed the smaller ball at the tip of this head, it leads to a more pin point sensation. I also enjoyed laying the head of this down on my labia, it somewhat massaged the whole area.
Ball and Cup Head – OK, I didn’t enjoy the cup head bit at all. Again it comes back to my clitoris being encased while the head is oscillating; it just didn’t feel nice to me. I did, however, enjoy the ball part of this. It’s small and rounded with little bumps on it, which felt quite nice. Though, honestly, the Grapes felt better.
The Ultra Soft Finger Tip – As mentioned, this head is a favourite with most bloggers though, for me, it just didn’t appeal. While I expected to love this attachment, I found that it just felt OK. I also found myself pushing it down as hard as it’d go as, even though the squish felt lovely and my clit enjoyed the cushiony feel, it much prefers a harder, solid approach when it wants to achieve orgasm.
And finally, The French Legionnaire’s Moustache – This, for me, was basically all the NOPE. I seem to be in the minatory lately when it comes to facial hair ect.; a lot of people go absolutely crackers for beards and moustaches while, honestly. I just can’t stand them. I hate the bristly, tickling feeling on my skin. I knew looking at this that I’d hate it, I just didn’t realise how much until I used it. I really hated the feeling of the hairs against my labia; they just felt scratchy and irritating. I put this down to me just not being a fan of hair. I tie my own up most of the time because I hate the feeling of it at the back of my neck.
The base/handle is made in its entirety from plastic. Honestly, I also expected the attachments to be entirely plastic too (apart from the ‘marshmallow’-like one), so I was astonished when I had them in my hand and realised they weren’t. Instead they’re made from plastic and coated with TPE which gives them that bit of squish. Personally, I’d much prefer them to be made from silicone, however, Eroscillator have advised that these are non-porous and body safe; a test has also been carried on them which confirms as much – you can see the results HERE. Part of me was initially disappointed that the attachments weren’t just plastic as, for clitoral stimulation, I’ve always preferred the harder plastic toys, like the Tango, over anything that’s been softer. I was, however, pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed the bit of give in the heads. Eroscillator has also advised me that the soft finger attachment (marshmallow-looking thing) is, in fact, made from medical grade silicone.
The Eroscillator isn’t just any vibrator. Actually, calling it a vibrator seems redundant since it doesn’t actually vibrate. Instead, the Eroscillator oscillates and, at a potential 60 times per second with the three speed settings, it oscillates pretty damn quickly. It’s an entirely different sensation all together and, honestly, it did take me a couple of tries to get used to it (for science, of course).
I think the reason I needed to get used to it is because – a lot of the time – my orgasms have become somewhat of a wham bam thank you mam sensation, quick and straight to the point. With the regular use of the Doxy and Tango, orgasms for me come quickly and in abundance. This isn’t the case with the Eroscillator. I have to take my time. The orgasm builds up slowly and this took time for me to get used to. It wasn’t something I could just pull out and orgasm within a minute and then be done with it. And that was fantastic. I loved the slow release that this gave me, as well as the different sensations that the oscillation gave, making it a great change from straight-up vibrations.
With all the different heads that you can get with the Eroscillator 2 Top Deluxe package, there really is ton of variety and each one comes with a unique sensation.
If you’re thinking about buying an Eroscillator, there’s several different packages that you could choose from. The package that I have comes with all the attachments. You can purchase the attachments separately, however, it does work out cheaper in the long run to purchase a package with them all in there. You can purchase the Eroscillator direct from them or, if you’re in the UK, the Top Deluxe Package is also available from Lovehoney.
I really love my Eroscillator. It is now one of my favourite clitoral toys – it’s never going to replace my Tango but that doesn’t mean I can’t love both. They are, after all, both incredibly different things that each bring amazing sensations to the table.
This item was sent to me by Eroscillator in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own, affiliate links have been used within this post.