Eroscillator 2 Review
My Experience Using The Eroscillator
Written by: Angela Watson | Updated: September 6th, 2019
I'm personally more than just a little surprised that it took me as long as it did for me to find out about this toy.
It looks a little different from what I'm used to as far as toy design goes, and I'm not even quite sure how to categorize it.
The toy in question is none other than the Eroscillator 2. It's best described as a wand vibrator with multiple different attachments all meant to stimulate and tantalize the senses.
The Eroscillator 2 bills itself as "the #1 Stimulator In The World".
I'm pretty skeptical of claims like that especially since I don't think many people are competing for the title of "best stimulator" but seeing how this toy is recommended by Dr. Ruth (well known in the sex education sphere, but I don't blame you if you've never heard of her) I figured it would be worth taking a look.
Sometimes I get the vibe that this is more of a medical device for orgasms than it is a sex toy, I mean it looks like something straight from the 50's meant to cure "hysteria" or some other crackpot notion. However, I'm not the type to make full decisions about I feel about any toy before I give it a shot.
Design & Specs
If you're shopping around for the Eroscillator 2 and have noticed a huge difference in prices as well as a few different names, that's because there are a total of 5 different "packages" that can be bought for the Eroscillator 2.
What changes depending on which you buy is how many attachments you will receive.
Here's the full list of the different packages available:
I personally purchased the Eroscillator 2 Top Deluxe package so I can't attest to how great the seventh attachment is. Some attachments have two sides so that's why some of them have multiple "heads". There's also unverified claims that the Eroscillator 2 Top Deluxe is 35% stronger than the Eroscillator 2 Plus, I honestly can't figure out for the life me why they didn't keep things simpler with this toy but I digress.
Let's get to the attachments themselves in a little bit and first go over the specifics of the toy.
The Eroscillator 2 is made from ABS plastic coated in TPE and so are all of the attachments with the exception of the Soft Finger Tip which is made from medical grade silicone. If while shopping you notice that some of the Eroscillators advertised are brown while others are purple, that would be because the purple toys are the newest iteration while the brown/gold ones are older models, so shoot for the purple one. Without any attachments the toy stands 10'' tall and the attachments add up to two inches to that total length. It's kind of like an extremely tall electric toothbrush. For those worried about the safety of the ABS plastic that has been coated with TPE, the attachments are said to be non porous and free of phthalates, the Eroscillator company has released a copy of lab tests undergone on the heads and they backed up these claims, so I don't have much to say about the safety factor, everything seems above board.
While there's nothing necessarily stopping you from using the toy internally, it's very clearly intended to be used on the clitoral region and other external structures of the vagina.
How Does It Work?
Clearly the play on words in the name Eroscillator figures in to how the toy itself works: it's an erotic oscillator, not necessarily a vibrator. Instead of vibrations the head of the toy oscillates back and forth up to 3600 times per minute (that's 60 times per second for those who'd rather not do the math). Since it only oscillates about 180 degrees some attachments can be turned around so the head on the opposoite side can be used instead.
Here's a video that demonstrates how it eroscillates:
To that effect, there's three different settings of increasing intensity to choose from, the lowest one is noticeable and pleasant while the highest one is quite intense.
As far as power source is concerned it's a plug-in unit so there's no need to worry about recharging batteries or stealing some AAA's out of your TV remote to have a little bit of fun. The cord length is more than agreeable (perhaps even longer than the Hitachi Magic Wand) so that makes up for the fact that it can't be used in the shower or bathtub. Don't even try to get away with using it in wet conditions, it would be a very bleak way to get electrocuted.
Here's the attachments that come with the Top Deluxe package: (Pictured left to right)
- French Legionnaire's Moustache: Attachment with soft bristles coming out of both sides making up the "moustache"
- Ball & Cup: One head has three balls arranged in a triangular fashion with the other is a recessed cup
- Golden Spoon: Small spoon like attachment, deep enough for the clitoris to fit in comfortably
- Grape & Cockscomb: One head looks like a bunch of grapes together while the other is a straight fin with ridges
- Ultra Soft Finger Tip: Medical grade silicone protrusion that kind of looks like a big mint
- Seven Pearls Of The Orient: Seven bulbs of decreasing size that angle slightly forward/backward depending on attachment orientation
It seems like they tried to hit just about every possible base with the attachments and I'd go as far as to say they did a pretty good job.
I'll go over my experience using each individual attachment later in the article.
First things first...
Do I Enjoy Using It?
Many sex toys are trying to replicate or be an improvement on sex acts we're all familiar with. The Lelo Ora 2 tries to replicate oral sex, vibrators are the mechanical take on penetrative sex, while I'd say that this toy is the mechanical take on fingering. The oscillations moving back and forth is akin to the kind of fingering you'd expect to get from the Six Million Dollar Man.
They also included a promotional DVD which is essentially just an advertisement for something you've already purchased (thanks, I guess?) as well as a storage bag for the toy that I personally find to be completely useless. I've written up a good guide on sex toy storage should you be looking for a sanitary and functional solution to any of your storage needs.
On to the toy itself now. The three different power settings make for an interesting experience. This toy is advertised in a similar way to the Hitachi Magic Wand in that it's essentially a clinical orgasm producer. Where this toy differs from the Magic Wand is that it's much less likely you'll have to deal with any numbness due to the "grindstone effect" sometimes reported by Magic Wand users. If you're worried the Magic Wand won't be your cup of tea but you still want something made with powerful and consistent orgasms in mind, the Eroscillator isn't a bad runner up by any means.
It may look like an electric toothbrush, but thankfully it doesn't sound like one. In fact it's actually relatively quiet overall, I'd recommend it to people who are looking for a more discreet toy than the average vibrator. Once pressed up against the skin the noise would be difficult to notice for anyone on the other side of a closed door.
The first setting is calm and collected but a good way to warm myself up for moving to the higher settings. I use it mainly at the highest setting personally since I find it takes me a bit too long to reach orgasm with the other options. My husband has used the lower settings to great effect during foreplay, so it's not like those earlier settings are completely useless but when alone I tend to not get much use out of them.
Also compared to the Magic Wand it takes me longer to reach orgasm with the Eroscillator 2. It takes a bit more work to get over the hump into orgasm territory, but the resulting orgasm is at least as strong as anything the Magic Wand provides me. One interesting side note about this is that I can reach orgasm with relatively little pressure applied on to the clitoris itself, unlike the Magic Wand that is very pressure dependent, at least for me. Typically once I reach my first orgasm with the Eroscillator 2 I'm about to have my follow-up orgasms at around the same time it would take for my 2nd and 3rd orgasms with my more powerful & well-used toys, so at least it has that going for it as well.
Of course all of the preceding information was pretty general, the experience can vary a lot depending on which attachment/head you're currently using and each of them will have their slight variations in intensity, pleasure felt, and times it takes to orgasm. I'll run through what I think about each attachment/head right now:
French Legionnaire's Moustache: I really don't like this one, I don't have much to say because I just don't really like it. It also kind of goes against how the toy is designed seeing as the bristles extend from each side, am I supposed to let both bristles come up and town patting down my anatomy or am I supposed to hold it high above myself and let the bristles on one side do some tickling? I don't know, and I don't particularly care to find out.
Seven Pearls Of The Orient: This one is meant for vaginal stimulation, and for that it's not atrocious. I've tried using this attachment on my clit and it's not bad but it requires a bit of finagling to work at it's best.
Grape & Cockscomb: When it comes to picking my favorite attachment, this one comes really close. The grape side is intensely pleasurely and I enjoy feeling my clitoral tissues conform to the individual "grapes". The cockscomb attachment is also insanely valuable as a way to feel a sensation more typical of fingering.
Ball & Cup: I find the ball cup doesn't have as much going for it as the grape, but it's not bad at all if the grape is too much at the time plus the cup attachment is perfect for going in for the clitoris itself.
Golden Spoon: Probably my second favorite attachment, part of why I love it so much is the addition of a small bump towards the top of the spoon that catches my sweet spots each and every time.
Ultra Soft Finger Tip: With a nice silicone tip to work with this one is tied with the grape & cockscomb attachment in my mind. I have a personal bias towards silicone but honestly this one probably brings me to orgasm the quickest and with the most power. Love it!
The attachments that get the least use from me are the Legionnaire's Moustache followed by the Sevel Pearls Of The Orient. So 7/9 heads are worthwhile for me, a pretty good ratio all things considered. I really like this toy and the sheer range of sensations on offer. I can understand why Dr.Ruth is willing to put her name on it.
Where Can You Get One?
The only place I was able to find the Eroscillator 2 without getting confused by their multiple models with differing numbers of attachments was on the official Eroscillator website.
Amazon is especially confusing for this product and the listings I found were more expensive than directly from the Eroscillator companies website.
As stated earlier, I bought the Top Deluxe package but there are 5 different options available on their site. The standard model sells for just over $100 and the most expensive model is over $450 (however this is a gold plated Eroscillator so it's hardly necessary you spent that much)
The package I bought came out to just under $250, which is pretty reasonable considering I think this toy aught to last quite a while. Most people online seem to applaud the Eroscillator for its durability. If mine ever does break, I'll be sure to update this page with its total lifespan.
For the connoisseur of clitoral vibrators or someone who wants to guarantee an orgasm, I'd say full steam ahead with the Eroscillator 2 on deck. It's powerful but not numbingly so and also never runs out of batteries. Cleaning the toy is pretty easy, just use soap and warm water on any of the attachments. Some of the attachments are much more likely to hold on to lube than others, so be diligent before deciding the attachment is clean enough.
Powerful, versatile, and pretty interesting to boot. Not too shabby, Eroscillator. Not too shabby at all.
- We-Vibe Unite 2 Review: Couple’s Vibrator For An Easy Upgrade To Vanilla Sex - June 5, 2021
- We-Vibe Jive Review - May 17, 2021
- RealCock 2 Review - May 16, 2021
- How Sex Dice Can Spice Your Love Life Up - May 15, 2021
- Womanizer Duo Review - May 14, 2021
- We-Vibe Moxie Review - May 10, 2021
- Womanizer Liberty Review - May 9, 2021
- Womanizer Starlet Review - May 8, 2021
- Tenga Iroha Stick Review - May 7, 2021
- Le Wand Review - May 4, 2021