Eroscillator 2 Deluxe Mains Powered Clitoral Vibrator
The Eroscillator 2 Top Deluxe is our flagship package, complete with 5 innovative attachments, instructional DVD, storage pouch and more power than ever before. Exceptional clitoral stimulation and super-quiet, too.
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The Eroscillator 2 Deluxe is our flagship package, complete with 5 innovative attachments and more power than ever before. Exceptional clitoral stimulation. The only sensual product endorsed and recommended by Dr. Ruth.
"It's just about impossible not to have an orgasm with this toy," says sex expert Sue Johanson. "You can use it for clitoral or vaginal stimulation, internal and external. It was so good our tester kept it for months - and that never happens!"
Mains powered, the Top Deluxe version is 20% more powerful and quiet too, this is a real Rolls Royce vibrator.
The Eroscillator oscillates up to 60 times per second, providing a totally unique, gentle motion which moves naturally and softly from side to side rather than up and down like an ordinary vibrator.
The sensation is radically different: More erotic. More sensual. More powerful!
Includes the following gentle and flexible heads:
- Golden Spoon head
- Ball & Cup head
- Grapes & Cockscomb head
- The French Legionnaire's Moustache head
- The Seven Pearls of the Orient head
Please Note: Your Eroscillator is mains powered with a Europe plug. However, we will include a Europe to UK plug adaptor worth £9.99 with your order.
The Eroscillator is watertight, allowing you to wash it under a running tap. Care should be taken to avoid complete submersion.
Mains powered with an EU 2-pin plug. An adaptor is included.
How it measures up
- Length: 8 inches
- Circumference: 4.6 inches
How it feels
- Material: Plastic
- Flexibility: Rigid
- Waterproof: Splashproof
- Contains latex: No
- Contains phthalates: No
Power and speed
- Controller Type: Built in - push button
- Vibration speed: Multiple speeds
- Power Type: Rechargeable
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Eroscillator 2 Deluxe Mains Powered Clitoral Vibrator 10 out of 10 (19 reviews) Write your own review
Hands down, the best sex toy I have ever owned.
Reviewed: 21 Jul 2012 by Coachvee, a Single Bisexual Female
I have had one of these for around 3 years now. When I bought it, I really didn't have very much money, and I felt very guilty spending so much on this. "It's just a sex toy," I reasoned. "It's crazy to spend that much on it!"
But I reasoned with myself, it doesn't take batteries, which (I think?) is better for the environment, better for me, less fiddly, more powerful, attachments look good, reviews are good... I've gotta treat myself.
I am so thankful that I did.
I found that I used to have quite a lot of difficulty reaching orgasm in my teens. I would need a very powerful vibe (usually a Rabbit) to get me off. I still feel the same way now at times.
However, straight up, this vibe has NEVER failed me.
It has three speed settings. The lowest one is fairly gentle (I think if it's still too intense for your sensitivity, you could just use it next to your clit, until you are more warmed up). Then the second and third have some incredible power behind them. I can orgasm with the lowest setting -which is unheard of for me!
The extra power is great for if you've already orgasmed once, and you'd like to go for another but you are ever so slightly desensitised.
Plus, the toy is not as rough as the Hitachi. It's much kinder on your lady parts.
The attachments are also brilliant! My favourite is the one that looks a little like a bunch of grapes. (Coxcomb?) I haven't got it, but I hear great things about the Soft Finger attachment too. (It's a small nub of white, very soft silicone.. can imagine it'd feel a bit like a tongue if it was lubed up - but finding it to buy has been tough.)
I don't really think I can say much more except for the boring, practical side:
It has a massive long cable so no worries about where your power outlets are. It is a little noisy, but when you hear how loud the Hitachi is, this one seems quiet! If you have it under your quilt, it's not as noticeable as that Rabbit whirr.
The only very superficial flaw that I could say about it is that the unit itself does get very hot if you use it for a long period of time. I tend to get off within a few minutes, but if you feel like another (and another...!) then it overheats a little!
I can't recommend it highly enough. It's just amazing to have a toy that allows a nice quick orgasm if you want release, or a slow one if you want it amazing.
Save your pennies up, ladies!
- No batteries, very powerful if required, gentler than regular vibes.
- It gets a little hot with prolonged use, but so did I!
- Bottom line
- No clit-vibe loving lady should be without one.
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I love my Eroscillator
Reviewed: 17 Jul 2012 by cupcake333, a Single Bisexual Female
I got my toy this morning and was so excited to use it. My expectations were high and I was not disappointed. I was always intrigued by this toy but waited for a few months as I thought it was a bit pricey. The only other mains powered vibrator I had prior to this was my Hitachi wand. As I paid about £100 for my wand when I bought it 7 years ago I thought that was going to be the only mains powered toy that I'd ever need. To this day it's still going strong.
However, I kept coming back to this and had it in my wish list for ages so I just gave and and I'm so glad that I did.
The toy is very well made, the material of the attachments is a little flexible and not as rigid as I thought they would be. When I first turned it on I was amazed at how quiet this is, especially compared to my magic wand. The sound it makes is so different it doesn't really sound like a vibrator so if anyone were to overhear I don't think they could make out what it is. I like to use the first 2 speeds as a warm up and when I'm good to go I set it to 3. I've tried all the different attachments and they're all amazing in their own way but I must say, if I had to choose a favourite it would be the seven pearls.
The sensations this toy gives are out of this world and my orgasm was so intense and lasted so much longer, I can't believe I didn't buy this sooner.
This toy is sooo amazing, it heightens arousal and the intensity of the orgasms are so worth the investment. It looks very well made so I'm guessing this will give me many happy years just like my magic wand.
- Mains powered, powerful, versatile, does the job every time without fail.
- Bottom line
- May be a bit pricey but soooo worth it!
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My best buzzy friend
Reviewed: 25 Mar 2011 by Dreamycakes
If I had to sum up the Eroscillator in one sentence, I'd say it's the best sex toy I've ever bought. I have experience of many different makes and types of vibrator, so this is high praise indeed! My opinion is based on two things: the quality of the orgasms it generates and the cost per orgasm.
Firstly, let me be sensible and mention the price. It is a very expensive toy. You could buy two top price, mains-charged vibrators for the same amount of money. So why shouldn't you do that? Well, in the same way that good quality clothes work out cheaper in the end due to their durability, the Eroscillator is such a sturdy little workhorse that it will eventually give you far more orgasms - and, in my view, bigger and better ones - over its lifetime than two cheaper vibrators. I say this as a... ahem... heavy user! I've had mine for over two years and have used it several days a week for up to half an hour each time. The motor has never even come close to overheating in that time, whereas this kind of prolonged and frequent use has caused the sad demise of several lesser toys.
Secondly, let me tell you about the experiences and orgasms that it's been giving me for two years. It is an extremely powerful, oscillating, clitoral vibrator. It moves with the same action as an electric toothbrush and I like its strength. Having said that, on the highest of its three speed settings and using some of the attachments, it might be too vigorous for some people. However, if the speed is turned right down and a more diffusing attachment, such as the moustache, is used, I would imagine it would also suit people who prefer a more subtle vibration. Despite its strength, it tends to give me a slow, steady build up of pleasure, which has the effect of enhancing my fantasies. I get totally lost in them when using the Eroscillator, in a way that I've never done with other vibrators. One of my Eroscillator's toy-drawer friends is the Hitachi Magic Wand, a vibrator that is famed for its immense power. If I want a fast, furious, juddering orgasm, I will reach for the Hitachi; if I want an intense but more daydreamy experience - which I generally prefer - I use the Eroscillator, or Rossy as I like to call him :)
In terms of practicality and design, the Eroscillator has both pros and cons. One of it's best features is the very long, 12 foot cable, which is important as it's used whilst plugged in and is not chargeable. Other manufacturers should take note of this and stop being stingy with their cords. It's also very easy to operate, even in the throws of ecstasy. The attachments are pushed into place and it has a simple, sliding switch that goes from off to full vibration, with two other speed clicks in between. I hate to be critical of my dear Rossy's looks but, to be brutally honest, he's not the most handsome toy in the box. The main body of the vibrator, which houses the motor, is made of hard, brown plastic which doesn't have the 'soft touch' finish that some companies use. Despite the fact that it's not a penetrative vibrator, this part is ridged, making it unnecessarily difficult to clean. Some of the attachments are also more fiddly than they need to be. The cock's comb - my personal favourite and the only one I have used regularly - has a bumpy 'grapes' side to it, which I'm sure add nothing to the experience and are proving to be the first part of the kit to show signs of wear. Unfortunately, Lovehoney don't seem to sell the attachments separately. Lastly, in terms of noise, I'd say it was at the three-quarter point on the vibrator decibel scale. It makes its presence known, as do all mains-powered toys but is not as rafter rattling as the Hitachi.
In summary, despite the price, I will have no hesitation in replacing my best mate when the time comes and would be devastated if they stopped making them in the meantime, as it's given me some of the most intense orgasms I've ever had. However, if I was granted one sex toy wish, it would be for the Eroscillator's manufacturer to employ one of Lelo's designers to add aesthetic charms to the qualities it already possesses: effectiveness and durability.
- Gives extremely strong orgasms.
- The design could be sleeker.
- Bottom line
- Worth every penny.
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