Faster, better, longer orgasms - from your vacuum cleaner! A brand new, incredible patent pending clitoral stimulator that uses a flow of air to vibrate the clitoris. Attach to your vacuum cleaner and you'll never moan about doing the Hoovering!
Disclaimer: You should never misuse any household appliance for sexual gratification. Read the Vortex manual carefully before use!
Vortex comes with two units...
The Introducer - more suction, less vibration
The single opening causes the suction to be slightly stronger and the airflow is not as intense. You will achieve a longer orgasm due to reduced airflow.
Vortex suggests you use the Introducer initially to prolong the build up of your orgasm. It tends to create a longer, rolling orgasm that some women have found to last up to one minute.
The Seducer - less suction more vibration
With the increased airflow, the clitoris is caught up in an intense air current and it vibrates at a very rapid speed causing a much quicker buildup. The Seducer is for faster, more intense orgasms. It's also great for multiple back to back orgasms.
Both devices will give you the ability to experience incredibly intense orgasms - as many as you want, as often as you want!
How it works
Place Vortex over the clitoris against the labia. Suction will immediately increase blood flow to the clitoris causing it to enlarge and become sensitive.
Move the slider down and the clitoris itself starts to vibrate, fluttering like a reed in a saxophone. By adjusting the slider upward or downward, YOU control the rate of vibration.
"The most incredible orgasm I have ever had," said one frankly orgasmic reviewer.
Made of a tough, stain resistant, non-toxic polymer approved by the EC and FDA for medical use.
A small hand held vacuum of 600 watts or less is more than adequate for most women. An 800 watt vacuum has proven satisfying for some, but has been too much suction for other women.
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Vortex Vibrations Suction Vacuum Cleaner Vibrator 5 out of 10 (2 reviews) Write your own review
Nice idea but lots of development needed
Reviewed: 10 March 2008 by Julie.cuddles
The first reviewer is so right when she says its fiddly and that having the right power vacuum is key. I made the mistake of trying it with our VAX and all but gave myself a 'lovebite' on my vulva. This was so painful I left off trying the system for a couple of weeks and only tried again when I found a little Goblin (perfect name eh?) diddy cleaner that has the required power output. With the power sorted positioning became the struggle. I did not like the inducer much as it just sucked and pulled. The twin slotted one is nice, very very nice, but only when you get it just right. Keeping it on target while it does what's needed is hard. Who wants to be having to concentrate on subtle hand position changes and the angle of a vacuum hose when you're trying to reach orgasm? I did manage to partially sort things by taping the head so it pops up between the cushions of my leather sofa and I just lying belly down on the thing and wiggling until it hits the spot. but this is quite a fiddly set-up to get right and unless I have a lot of time and the house to myself it isn't an option.
Bottom line is yes I do get earth-shattering orgasms from the system but the difficulty in using it mean I only get it out maybe once a month or so. My daily needs remain the responsibility of the shower head, my Hitachi Wand and of course my right hand.
- When it works GOD does it work. The sensation is impossible to fully describe. Its not like a vibrator trapping your clit and beating her up its a great freedom feeling with the vibrations feeling like they come from inside my little tip its self.
- Its fiddly, required the purchase of a new vacuum, is just not romantic in the bedroom and hey its noisy even compared to the Hitachi!
- Bottom line
- I'm glad I got one and I do look forward to getting the time and the space to play with it. That said it could never be the main source of my orgasms and if I had to give up one of the Hitachi, the shower massager, my hand, my partner's mouth or this thing it would be no contest
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This kind of...sucks
Reviewed: 23 May 2007 by mcbirdie, a Straight Going Steady Female
First and foremost, before you buy this make sure that you have or can get a vacuum that has no more than 600 watts of power, or can be adjusted. Most vacuums have a little slider on the tube that lets you open a hole and reduce the power of the suction - you'll need that. (The average vacuum is 1200-1400 watts - you absolutely CANNOT use this without adjusting it. It is also possible to put a sock across the tube to further reduce the suction as needed)
Second, you need lube. Even if you are a naturally self-lubricating kind of girl, you will. That much suction will dry you out before you even get the thing properly positioned.
Which, to be honest, isn't hard because this is one seriously fiddly toy. The difference between the site's video using the tiny balloon and Lovehoney's Professor using the ribbon is that your clit doesn't sit conveniently on a table or allow itself to be held right up to the tube.
Instead, you'll find that the surrounding skin is what starts to vibrate. Or will get sucked up viciously. And since the clit is a rather shifty fellow on any given day, you'll find that even when you finally get him in the right position... he'll shift and you'll have to start over.
You do get two attachments with this kit - one that has more suction and less vibration; one that has less suction and more vibration. I found the first - the Introducer, that has the greater suction - to be all but unusable. I find that much suction to just not be endurable for very long. And unlike a regular vibrator, you can't move this toy around to give your clit a break -moving it around gives you the painful experience of sucking on the wrong spot.
The second attachment, with two cutouts, is more successful, giving you the fun vibrating effect that you see in the videos. If you can keep your clit centered and fluctuate the slider properly, this will bring you to orgasm quite quickly.
However - and this is the part that kind of made me give up hope for this being a regular addition to my toy box - if you are sensitive after orgasm (which should be most of us, I think), there is nothing worse than having a vacuum cleaner attached to you when you are finished. Right after I come, I don't really have the clear thinking and reflexes needed to get the vacuum shut off right away. Which meant I was being sucked on far harder than I can bear when at my most sensitive.
On the positive side, though, the suction does increase blood flow wonderfully and leaves you much more sensitive and ready for sex for hours afterwards. I would recommend using this toy with a partner, so you can get the third hand you need (one to hold the hose properly, one to expose your clit, and one to move the slider), and so someone can get it off you as soon as you come.
I personally found the noise to be distracting, but not everyone will be bothered by that. A running vacuum cleaner tends to make me think of my grandmother on a Saturday morning, which is less than arousing. Also, just the whole image of the thing... lying in bed holding a vacuum hose to my clit, I found to be unappealing. I laughed at myself many times the first time I tried it, which is fun... but not really a turn on.
If you cannot have an orgasm or if your clit has become desensitized, you may find that this toy is different enough to take you over the edge. It is worth a go in these situations, especially if you have a partner to hand.
- The attachments are easy to...attach. The sensations are novel and may help women who are not successful with regular vibrators. Beautifully packaged.
- The noise of the vacuum is a big distraction. The toy can be fiddly to place, and needs near constant adjustment. Suction after orgasm is uncomfortable.
- Bottom line
- A novel toy that may suit women who don't orgasm through more traditional means. But it is a pricey novelty, so if traditional means work for you... it may not be worth it.
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