Reviewed by Epiphora of Hey Epiphora
There’s been a lot of pomp and hype surrounding the
: an alleged 18 months of development, a
, and a side-eye-inducing claim that 87% of women
Listen, bub, you’re not gonna usurp vibrators in one fell swoop. You’re just not. But if anyone should be screaming “revolutionary!!!”, you know, for once,
has actually earned it. The
feels nothing like any sex toy I’ve ever touched or put in my vagina.
Where vibrators have a rotational motor, the Stronic Eins is hollow-bodied and equipped with a solid metal weight that moves back and forth inside it. The movement reminds everyone of a
. As another reviewer put it, the Stronic Eins “
.” Prior to trying the toy, I
, “the way this thing writhes, it’s either going to be awesome - or a complete disaster.”
Well, fuck. It’s awesome.
Other toys have
, but the Stronic Eins (which Fun Factory calls a “pulsator”) is the first to use an internal weight to simulate thrusting. Previous “thrusting” toys have been either fucking machines,
, or rabbits made of dubious materials with
. The Stronic Eins moves to and fro, but not by extending a part of itself. Also, it doesn’t look fucking stupid. That helps...