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Rock Box Mains Powered Unisex Vibrator
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Less of a sex toy, more of a power tool, the Rock Box is quite probably the world's most powerful sex toy for couples. A bonershaker of a mains powered vibrator that comes with attachments for him and for her. Intense vibrating stimulation for all.
If your usual vibrators leave you hungry for more power and pleasure then Rock Box is the sex toy guaranteed to sate your power-hungry appetite. A 6 speed monster between your legs, this unisex vibrator promises a sex toy experience unlike any other.
This powerful vibrator plugs directly into the mains for instant operation and sports a 5 metre power cord for play all over the house (just remember to keep it dry).
A body-quaking, bone-shaking vibrator that gets you going like no other sex toy can. The powerful 5,000 RPM motor is deeply resonant, shaking you 5 times harder than your average washing machine spin cycle. Yowza!
6 power settings take you from 'Steady on!' to 'OMG WTF!?!' in the flick of a scroll wheel. If this baby went to 11 it would probably be classified as a weapon of mass destruction.
2 attachments are supplied with Rock Box - one for him and one for her to ensure nobody misses out on the ultimate pleasure tool.
The attachment for her is a large, firm tongue that extends directly out of the Rock Box vibrator unit. Slick and shine the tongue with your lube of choice and enjoy its sensational skills under the command of the fantastically-powerful motor. If you find the feeling too intense, try using Rock Box over your clothes... it's just as thrilling that way, too.
The tongue is shaped to offer precise clitoral stimulation but is just as pleasurable for G-spot stimulation. Start off slow and build yourself up to the orgasm of a lifetime.
The attachment for him is unlike any other male sex toy you've ever seen. Designed to tease the underside of the penis, apply lashings of sex lube and indulge in waves of undulating pleasure as the deep ridges of the attachment transmit the super-powerful speeds of vibration. Gradually increase the speed setting to number 3 over the course of a few minutes and complete your orgasm by placing the Rock Box over the tip of your penis. Try using the Rock Box over your clothes at first until you think you're ready to experience its full-blown intensity... au naturel!
How to Use Rock Box
- Connect your choice of attachment
- Ensure the power switch is off and connect the power cable to the mains and the toy.
- Switch on at the lowest setting and hold it against your sexy parts (or your partners)
- Adjust the power to suit your desires
- Let Rock Box work its magic
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Rock Box Mains Powered Unisex Vibrator
Rock Box your sox off
Reviewed: 07 February 2012 by Blondii, a Bisexual Going Steady Female
This is a unisex vibrator which is mains powered, so no more fudging around for batteries in the back of the drawer or them running out at the wrong time. You have full 240 volt mains power... Hell yes!
I'm in love with my Rock Box it absolutely rocked my world. These attachments are perfectly shaped for both man and woman. The motor power of the 5000rpm is amazing to have in a sex toy.
The Rock Box is so far away from being a vibrator, I would say it's a portable sex machine. Vibrator gives images of 5-7 inch long penisshaped vibes. The Rock Box is very much like your other half's power sander tool. It's black with a soft rubberised skin with a curved handle with the on/off button on the underside, on the top of the handle you have a scroll wheel which clicks through 6 variable speeds.
The top of the Rock Box has a vibrating plate which you can alternate between the 2 easily exchangeable TPR skin safe attachments: the gorgeous pastel pink Hot chick, shaped like a tongue which is firm but squeezable, and the 10cm long black Master blaster, which has 3 ripples that can grip the penis. This plate then vibrates at your chosen speed so you will be fighting over who is going to use this first.
At the back of the Rock Box is a kettle cable plug which has approximately "6 metres of cable", wow yes I did say 6 metres; it's the longest cable I have with any electrical product, meaning you can really use this machine almost anywhere.
The Hot Chick attachment:
The pink silicone tongue sits comfortably in the right place. The tongue sits at the entrance to the vagina and is perfectly contoured for us girlies. It's smooth tapered tongue is shaped to fit our curves and is insertable if you wish approximately 1/2 -1cm centimetre as it gently rocks into the vagina. I know it doesn't sound a lot but believe me it's all you need at the speeds this toy goes. The shape presses against your clit and inner labia too so you feel the vibrations through your whole pelvis, seriously! The vibration and power behind this machine is something I have never felt in any toy I have ever owned in 25 years.
The instruction booklet suggests you try it first over clothes to get used to the feel and power. I placed the Rock Box and Hot Chick over my leggings to start with and wow, within a few minutes I had the an intense orgasm, and that's OVER clothes and when I looked I was only on number 3... jeeze.
Once naked it comes into its own using a water-based lube. My orgasms are incredible and I can only make it to 4. It gives me fast intense rumbly, rocking orgasms - a fantastic feeling as it rocks backwards and forwards against you.
If you read my reviews you know I'm a huge one for power. Have I met my match? Yes I think I may have but I haven't been beaten yet. I'm working my way to 6 as I keep trying it. This toy is for those of you that think you can handle power!
The whole Rock Box is quite heavy, but I actually love the weight as it sits securely between your legs leaving you just with the speed dial to worry about.
Envision if you will, sitting astride a Harley Davidson revving the engine enjoying the moment, then imagine the same scenario but with one of the spark plugs taken out... really rocking... Now you're getting it!
The Masterblaster Attachment:
This black silicone attachment is firm and soft with 3 ribs to give more stimulation to the penis. For the guys you simply press the Rock Box against the underside of the penis against the body. Again, in the first instance over clothes or towel till you think you can handle the intense vibrations.
To start with hold the Rock Box between your thighs then angle it towards you pressing the penis against the stomach using the weight of the Rock Box to press down. Unlike us girl's the man will have to support it by the handle or lie back. It is designed to throb against the underside of the penis stimulating the F-spot or frenulum. No other male sex toy does this.
My OH found it was best on speeds 3-4 as it has more rumble movement. On 5-6 it boosts the power to a deep vibration. It's finding the right position and vibration setting for you.
For men something to be aware of is the attachment of the Masterblaster. As the guys holds it firmly against them, the hard plastic prongs can rub against you in some positions. My advice is place something soft like a tissue or piece of cloth where this will rest.
We both found starting slowly and working up gives me the most intense orgasms, don't be tempted to jump to 5 or 6. Sometimes it's the journey of the holiday that's great as well as reaching your destination.
Both attachments slide off and can be held under hot running soapy water to clean them. Then spray with your sex toy cleaner and store away. Remember NEVER use the Rock Box anywhere that is near water, you are dealing with a 240 volt machine after all. Should you get any marks on the Rock Box itself simply wipe with a cloth.
The Rock Box is for those that adore power and can never find a vibe strong enough for them. The soft velvety texture gives it its gorgeous luxury expensive feel.
This is not a beginners toy because of the intensity this toy has. If you are after discreet get a bullet, but if you want something that will last for years it is well made, never tires and you can share as a couple this is the machine for you.
It is awkwardly large to grab when just wanting a quickie, and definitely too noisy with others in the home or thin walls. But a machine this powerful, it's well worth it. Any motor which has to have its own air holes to prevent overheating is going to knock your socks off!
I adore the tough, hardcore look and sexy rawness of it, the dark exterior and the power it exudes. It's my kind of man... What a tongue... such a turn-on! Finally I have my own power tool that my OH will want to borrow from me.
Is it worth the £99? Absolutely. You really are getting value in just the weight alone let alone the amazing power and control at the touch of a button. If you buy one luxury toy this year make it this one. You have 2 toys in 1 - what more can you ask.
Afterthought: I would love Lovehoney to design a more insertable vibrator adaptor - a dildo-like shape for us girls, maybe even a G-spot bend. And also an anal men's version for their P-spot. The plans could be endless for this.
- Incredible power, intensity, for guys and girls, mains, 6ft long cable.
- The attachment prongs on the Masterblaster can rub for men.
- Bottom line
- The most powerful machine that gives mind-blowing orgasms for both of you.
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Rock Box Review
Reviewed: 15 May 2012 by east_anglian, a Straight Single Male
The Rock Box reminded me of my hedge trimmer tool - without the cutting blades attached!
It is not only the most powerful vibrator toy I know of but also likely has a loudness unbeaten by any other.
As no female volunteer has yet appraised the use of my Rock Box from her perspective I will comment from the male perspective. It is fun to use with either of the two attachments supplied, perhaps feeling most stimulating when applied over tight denim jeans that transmit pleasant tingling vibrations around thighs, buttocks and other close parts of the anatomy.
I like to use my 'Rock Box' as a delicious alternative to a 'Magic Wand' type vibrator - that will be a subject for another review.
- Mains 230V powered and the strongest vibrations of any sex toy yet encountered.
- Very limited range (2 only) attachments; so not great for anal stimulation.
- Bottom line
- Very powerful vibrator toy for dual gender use that will not flatten any batteries.
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Wow - Ultimate power toy
Reviewed: 26 April 2012 by *Emma*, a Straight Going Steady Female
Upon opening the Rockbox I was a little taken aback by how much it looked like something from the Black & Decker tool range, but at the same time I was excited to test out the 240v mains powered toy.
There are two attachments, one for women and one for men, which are easy to attach, remove and clean. The instruction booklet is informative and helpful and features images of the product.
The toy itself is quite heavy and durable and you can use it lying, sitting or standing up, which is great. Holding the handle you put the toy in place (being a woman you hold it so the pink attachment curves around between your thighs while resting on your pubic bone) and use the one and off switch and roller to increase/decrease the power.
You're advised for the first time to wear clothing when using this, which I too would advise for newbies to this type of 5000rp extreme strength toy, but having many bullets and a wand already I got down to it with nothing on at all.
The vibrations are amazing and I orgasmed quickly but the noise was rather off-putting. I pray my neighbours aren't at home! Also on top speed (yea I'm hardcore lol) it did make my hand and arm vibrate with it.
I was slightly disappointed that it is not designed to provide direct clit stimulation. It's more of an all-over crotch toy and you can't really change the angle/position of it.
- Power/strength of vibrations. Mains operated.
- Bottom line
- A fantastic power tool type toy that hits the spot.
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The Rock Box
Reviewed: 23 February 2012 by candy_shop, a Straight Married Female
Since I received this toy I have used it several times - drunk, sober, solo and with another girl :)
The toy comes with 2 attachments, one for the girls and one for the guys... My boyfriend didn't want it anywhere near his dick so can't comment on the men's attachment lol.
At first glance it looks like some sort of power tool. In fact a member in my cam room has started calling it the Black & Decker pink pecker, which I think is quite fitting :)
It's quite a heavy toy and sometimes can be a bit awkward to hold, but I find lying it on the bed and sitting on top of it feels the best for me.
As a cam girl I've grown quite used to powerful toys, the Hitachi being my favourite, so I ignored the warnings about trying it on low power over your clothes and stuck it up to the highest setting straight away. The vibrations are very strong, which I love, and can make me cum pretty quickly, and when I put the pink 'tongue' looking part inside me, it feels amazing! I like that you can either just have it lying on your clit or put it a bit inside you at the same time.
I took the toy over to Sasha's house (a fellow cam girl) one night and let her have a go too. Sasha is a lot more sensitive then me and is actually scared of the Hitachi lol but was willing to try it out. The lower setting was the best for her and I'm not quite sure she could handle the highest setting as she would scream the house down if I turned it up a bit LOL.
We both agreed that it was a fun gadget and something different from the normal vibes you get, but would of preferred if it was a bit lighter to hold. I think one of the best things about this toy as well is that it has the potential to have so many different cool attachments to put on it. I'm waiting for the 8inch cock attachment now :D… Hurry up and make that so I can rock my box a little more ;)
- The power of the toy, and the fact that you could control the speed.
- A bit akward to hold sometimes.
- Bottom line
- Fantastic toy, not for the faint-hearted! Something different to other toys out there.
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Rock Box leaves me a little cold but does the job
Reviewed: 24 February 2012 by Blacksilk, a Bisexual Going Steady Female
This toy confused me. Not in terms of how to use it, but what to think about it. Lovehoney seems to be selling this on the fact that it's powerful and unisex and it certainly is both. It got me off, which is always good, but it leaves me cold. I don't hate it, but I certainly don't love it either. It's just kind of all right. And that has perplexed me.
The Rock Box is designed as an “orgasm machine” with removable attachments. It is supposed to vibrate strongly on the clitoris and labia or on the penis and is mains-powered. The body is made of a silky plastic and the attachments are made of skin-safe rubber and are porous. I personally find that a bit meh, as it means they can't be sterilised (just cleaned) and can't be shared without a condom. And how would you condom these things? Luckily, the Rock Box can be used over your clothes, which is nice.
The Rock Box comes in a cardboard box which is quite large, but doesn't really have much unused space as the toy is big too. It looks quite like a power tool box, but since every side has the words “Incredibly Powerful Orgasm Machine” on it, it couldn't be confused for one.
Inside you get the Rock Box, a very long power lead, an instruction booklet and two attachments: the Hot Chick, a pink attachment for women, and the Master Blaster, a black attachment for men. Yeah, let's stop there for a minute, shall we? Don't give me that. I like that it's a unisex toy, that's a great idea, but black for boys, pink for girls? Hell no. It is the first thing I noticed about this thing and it offends me no end. Thanks for the sexism.
The booklet is handy, but it really needs diagrams on how to use each attachment against you. It's not exactly obvious, especially with the Hot Chick (I am dying inside writing these names). The kettle lead is incredibly long (over five metres), which is generous, but it did actually vibrate itself out of the Rock Box once or twice on the highest setting, which is seriously not on and is possibly dangerous.
The machine is bulky, weighing around about a kilo, and is made of two plastic halves screwed together, which frankly looks a little cheap. The attachments are on a sort of slide that clips onto a groove on the machine body. They clip on in a pretty cool way, but I do slightly worry about trapping fingers or skin between the moving attachment and the machine. To operate the toy, there's a power switch on the inside of the handle and a separate control wheel on the other side of the handle at the base that controls the speed of vibration. The control wheel clicks beautifully, which is helpful as in solo-use you can't really see what number of vibration speed you're on as it's facing away from you.
I would call the Rock Box the ultimate lazy toy. You don't even have to take your clothes off to use it (and they suggest you don't on the first try), you just sort of apply it to your crotch and wait. When you feel the need to, you can up the vibration speed. That's it. You don't even really have to move it around as it's not really designed for that and it's more effort than it's worth. I clamp it to my bits and hold on.
And I say “my bits” because you can't really be much more specific than that. It just sort of wibbles your whole crotch. You can't do precision, you can't do pinpoint clit pressure, you can't move it in little circles like I love doing. You can just about get something more pinpoint if you use the tip of the “tongue” on your clitoris, but that's not how you're supposed to use it. I find it strange that the Hot Chick attachment has a pointy tongue shape low down into your labia, but at the top at the clitoris it's pretty much just a flat plate with no nubbins or anything. I love my precision clit-rubbing, so that was a real disappointment.
Is it powerful? Well, yes. The product description calls it a boneshaker and it's true. One of the best things I found to do with the toy wasn't exactly how you're supposed to use it, but was pretty cool actually. I knelt over it on the bed with it facing upwards and used my body and the bed to keep it in place and sort of hump or grind on it. That was actually really fun (and is much more so, I found, than using it as you're supposed to), but it did indeed shake my bones. At one angle, my vision was actually gently shaking from the rattling vibrations.
The Rock Box looks like a power tool and sounds like a power tool. Mine also seems to have a little rattly noise that sounds like a loose part jumping around, so I'm not sure if something has come loose inside. Either way, it's noisy and can be heard easily from the next room with the door closed in our house. The vibrations are strong and do get me off, but I'm not sure if I'm really keen on the whole experience. It works, I come, but I'd rather be using something else, something where I can focus the attention on my clit better. Or really at all. If you like the sound of whole-crotch rumblings, though, you'll probably like this.
As for the male attachment, what did Crush think? Well, I should say right now that he's not a vibrations kind of guy. He doesn't even really enjoy using vibrators on me because they buzz his hand. But he tried this and he, well, didn't hate it as much as he thought he would. It felt sort of pleasant, he said, but it wouldn't make him come. Whilst I tried it on all the speeds (I seem to be rare among reviewers in being brave enough to try six, but it didn't seem like much of a big deal to me), Crush only tried 1 and 2. Even so he complained that he could feel the vibrations in his stomach and it made him queasy. But, as I say, he's not got much toy experience and doesn't like vibrations, so make of that what you will.
The Lovehoney Rock Box is an odd one for me. It makes me come (though I find the second orgasm MUCH harder than the first) and does indeed seem to be powerful, but I don’t think I actually really like it. I like it a lot more using it from above than how you’re supposed to use it, but it just sort of leaves me cold. I hate that it has stupidly-named parts which conform to sexist colours (pink for girls, black for boys), I hate that the attachments are porous (especially unwelcome on such a pricey toy), but I don’t hate it. I just don’t love it.
Is it one hundred pounds of good? I don’t think so. I bought the We Vibe Tango for £35 and I love that and it’s not far off this in terms of strength. Plus, it’s more ‘luxury’ and suits me far better. I just feel that for £100 the Rock Box should be a bit nicer. It’s strong, but it’s a bit cheap-looking: noticeable screw-holes on the body, an obvious seam on the (porous) attachments. I would certainly not call it a luxury toy.
For me, it probably comes down to the fact that I prefer more focused clitoral stimulation, more ability to rub my clitoris in circles, more ability to apply focused pressure and a toy that is less of a huge bulky machine. It’s fun to grind against and I might keep it for that, it’s also nice to have a toy I don’t have to strip for, but otherwise it’s not the toy for me. But if you like the sound of a powerful but unsubtle toy that rattles your whole crotch and perhaps more, maybe go for this from Lovehoney. For me personally, though, I’d be spending £99.99 on a toy that just does the job and doesn’t wow me. And for that much money, that’s not what I want.
Also, lay off the colour sexism.
- Powerful and unisex, fairly easy to use with a long lead.
- Not the right sort of stimulation for me, stupid attachment colours, porous parts.
- Bottom line
- Rattles your whole crotch powerfully, but I prefer pinpoint pleasure. Not worth the money.
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