Kiiroo Titan Review:
My Experience Using The Titan Male Masturbator
Written by: Don Watson | Updated: June 27, 2019
I've been having a pretty good time with this automatic male masturbator kick I've been on lately.
I've became so habituated in the past to having to move my stroker of choice up and down myself that now that I've been introduced to some toys that do all of the work, I consider myself a changed man.
Lets get into the review.
Still to this day, my favorite male masturbator would have to be the Onyx 2. It's the toy I find myself reaching for most often, when I saw Kiiroo also made a but I figured I might as well see what else is on the market.
This brought me to the Kiiroo Titan.
I personally think of Kiiroo as more of a robotics company than a sex toy company, so I figured if I was going to go anywhere on my quest it might as well be further into the Kiiroo Catalog.
Unlike the Onyx 2 and the Launch, the Kiiroo Titan's sleeve does not feature Fleshlight's Superskin blend of TPE but instead a blend of TPE referred to as a Real Feel sleeve that I assume is Kiiroo's in house take on the material. Every brand's TPE is slightly different, with things like plushness, texture, and overall softness being what typically changes from blend to blend.
Still, I figured it was all worth a shot at the end of the day, here's what I managed to figure out.
How Does The Kiiroo Titan Work?
Instead of co-branding with other sex toy manufacturers Kiiroo has gone completely in-house with the Titan. No Fleshlight sleeves, no collaborations with outside forces. Everything has been made to their requirements and specifications, it was my job to figure out what these specifications were.
The toy is a cylinder with a shell made from ABS plastic while the inner sleeve is made from Real Feel brand TPE. It stands 8.7 inches tall, there's a hole from end to end where the penis can be inserted, so all of that 8.7 inches is completely insertable space. The diameter of the toy is 3.1 inches making it a relatively medium sized toy overall.
There are four buttons in total that are used to manipulate the toy, the on/off button does what you'd think it should do as well as function as the gatekeeper for the different modes on the toy. The other three buttons are towards the top of the toy and allow the user to control specific aspects of each mode.
The automated part of the toy would be the inclusion of a total of nine bullet shaped vibrators in three columns of three vibrators arranged in a triangular format. The sleeve fits directly over these vibrators quite snugly. There are seven distinct settings these vibrators can be set to. The first allows for Bluetooth connectivity that allows either pairing with another Kiiroo toy or pornographic content meant to sync up with the vibrations of the Titan.
There are two manual modes that allow the user to use the three buttons on the toy to give targeted vibrations to specific area(s) of the penis.
The other four modes are completely automatic and range from the vibrations moving up and down, pulsing from low to high, a blowjob simulation mode, and a completely random mode dubbed "endurance" mode.
Waterproofing isn't part of the deal with the Titan, but I don't ever really bank on any electric toy being useable in the shower.
It's all powered through an internal lithium-ion battery that has a use time of 40 minutes for a full 3 hour charge cycle. Luckily lithium-ion batteries don't suffer from memory problems, so recharging your toy after each individual use to make sure you always have some battery power is great way to avoid the long charge time.
Here's a promotional video made by Kiiroo:
My Opinion After Using It
After opening up the box and giving it a full three hours charge, it was time for me to take the Titan for ride.
The entrance of the toy extends towards the genitals so no matter how much you thrust or move it around you'll only ever feel TPE as opposed to ABS plastic, that was a nice touch in my opinion. I highly recommend making some use of water based lubricant before getting inserted the toy.
I was mostly concerned for how the Real Feel sleeve was going to perform compared to the other TPE blends I've tried. Fleshlight currently reigns supreme, with the TPE from Tenga being pleasurable but very artificial feeling. With the right amount of lubricant, I'm happy to say that the Real Feel sleeve performs realistically just a pinch below Fleshlight's blend, maybe imperceptible to those who don't have the kind of sex toy collection I do.
So how about the vibrations? The column style of the vibrators is nice since vibrations from each individual bullet vibrator tends to overlap for a 360 degree sensation. The two manual modes are either on-demand vibration where you need to press a button for the corresponding vibrators to go off (bottom, middle, top) or a more consistent vibration where you choose how much is going on and where. Personally, I didn't feel like any of my customization needs weren't met.
Now on to the automatic modes: Auto mode is meant to simulate intercourse, and it's probably the only auto mode besides random that I end up using the most. I actually don't need to move the toy whatsoever to eventually be brought to orgasm.
I appreciated that since this toy is kind of a mixture between a manual and an automatic toy, some moving of the toy is sometimes necessary and in my opinion entirely encouraged. Pulse mode I enjoy as kind of an edging mode, as it seldom is strong enough to push me over the edge, while the blowjob mode is entertaining but I would probably choose random sooner. I go for random when I just want to let the toy run free and not have to overthink what selections I'm making.
It's powerful, well thought out, and I'd say that the vibrations transfer perfectly throughout the sleeve. I'd chalk this up to the fact that the sleeve houses itself directly around the vibrators themselves, making it essentially a single piece once in use.
Cleaning it is a relatively easy process, the entire sleeve can be removed and should be washed gently with some gentle cleansers.
So in the end Kiiroo's venture with a completely in-house toy that doesn't involve outright collaboration is a good toy overall, I just hope they improve the battery life on this toy since currently I find it somewhat lacking, especially considering how long it takes to charge.
The vibrators are well placed and I have no complaints there, plus the fact that it is Bluetooth enabled is surely going to perk my wife up next time I give her control.
Where To Get One?
For those of you who want a stroking style male masturbator with some mechanical functions meant to kick things up a notch, the Kiiroo Titan isn't a half bad option. The Onyx 2 has more pleasurable stimulation outright, but it's not meant to be moved around during use. So it really is just a matter of how you enjoy your personal time when it comes to choosing between the two.
While it's definitely not the cheapest male masturbator on the market, however it's well worth its price tag.
In fact, even while it's dead it's not completely useless. The sleeve feels nice and the toy itself is a pinch under two pounds. I don't regret choosing the Titan, but it's definitely for a specific kind of person. All of the different vibration settings kept me entertained for at least ten or so sessions before I could truly say I tried them all, not bad overall.
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