1. Arcwave Ion Pleasure Air Smart Silence Male Masturbator

      Average customer review 5 out of 5 stars3 reviews

      The Arcwave Ion has arrived, and with it a new age of penis-pleasing. Harnessing the coveted Pleasure Air Technology of Womanizer fame, this sleek, modern stroker targets the super-sensitive nerves in the frenulum for an experience that can't be matched.

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      1. Arcwave Ion Pleasure Air Smart Silence Male Masturbator

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    1. Product Description

      The Arcwave Ion has arrived, and with it a new age of penis-pleasing. Harnessing the coveted Pleasure Air Technology of Womanizer fame, this sleek, modern stroker targets the super-sensitive nerves in the frenulum for an experience that can't be matched.

      Created in response to research that's discovered the frenulum is home to pleasure receptors as sensitive as those of the clitoris, the Arcwave Ion uses pulsing air to deliver contact-free stimulation. Explore 8 different intensity levels to find the one that sends you over the edge.

      Not only does it tease these super-sensitive nerve-endings, the Arcwave Ion brings together multiple technologies so your pleasure sessions are truly top-notch.

      The Ion is waterproof, rechargeable, dismantles into two pieces for easy cleaning and recharges via USB while nestling in a sleek, discreet case.

      An investment in your pleasure, it's a fantastic toy to explore during solo sessions as well as a brilliant foreplay-enhancer.

      To get the most from your Arcwave Ion, be sure to use a slick of good quality water-based lube.

      Key Features:

      • High tech male masturbator with Pleasure Air Technology for mind-blowing frenulum stimulation
      • Choose from 8 intensities to target nerve-endings that can't be stimulated by other toys
      • Smart Silence feature switches the toy off automatically when it's not in contact with your skin
      • Smooth CleanTech silicone and DryTech stick helps keep your toy in top condition
      • Store and charge in the sleek, discreet case with LEDs to let you know it's ready to go
    1. How it measures up

      • Circumference: 10 inches
      • Insertable Length: 3.5 inches
      • Length: 6 inches
    2. Power and speed

      • Run Time: 65 minutes
      • Power Type: Rechargeable
    3. How it feels

      • Flexibility: Flexible
      • Material: Silicone
    4. Essential info

      • Waterproof: Submersible
      • Allergens: Latex-Free
      • Allergens: Phthalate-Free

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      1. Arcwave Ion Pleasure Air Smart Silence Male Masturbator
      2. Arcwave Ion Pleasure Air Smart Silence Male Masturbator

        Our Price
        £169.99

    1. Man Tech

      Reviewed: 14 September 2020 by Melody., a Bisexual Single Male

      The famous Lovehoney brown box is irrelevant as I part the equally bland packing paper. Like the parting of grey clouds, it reveals a bright light shining out at me off the glossy Arcwave box. An accompanying fanfare goes off inside my head with a voice declaring 'you lucky man'. Already I'm in no doubt that this is a classy product, so much thought has gone into the design of the packaging. I note the Pleasure AirTM.. Hailing from Wow-Tech, this is the science behind the infamous Womaniser which many say is the pinnacle of clitoral stimulation. Rather than direct contact, it uses air pulses to create the stimulus. I wonder how it will translate to the male anatomy. I skim the rest of the information before slipping it aside to reveal a more minimalist but equally effective main box. Reassuringly heavy, I caress the embossed product name, slit the security seals and open the hinged lid. Again, I’m impressed.

      Everything fits so snugly in individual compartments with clear instructions on the inner lid. This product is so plush.

      Happily, the Ion battery is pre-charged, so it’s show time. The Arcwave comes with a small bottle of the renowned Pjur water-based lubricant. A couple of drops around the sleeve and on yourself is all you’ll need. I am impressed by the soft feel of the high-grade silicone stroker and its internal ridges. The diameter is small but push on in and it stretches around you, keeping a nice tight fit

      Two things to bear in mind:

      Number one: Smart SilenceTM is a misnomer. Something has been lost in translation. The Arcwave Ion is not even quiet. Personally, I like noisy toys, it adds to the experience but obviously, this may be an issue for some.

      Secondly, don’t expect instant gratification. The Ion is a ground-breaking piece of German engineering, a whole new game and it takes a while to learn the way to get the best out of it. Trust me: patience will be rewarded.

      In silent mode, the Ion only operates when it detects full body contact over the air pulse opening, so I quickly decided to hold this feature as it was distracting when the Ion kept turning itself off. The first time was a little fumbling around trying to work out how to do it right. Sound familiar? Hit the spot though and the sensation was fantastic. The challenge was to keep the Ion running smoothly working around the sweet spot as the intensity could change significantly with just small movements. It did the job, though, enabling me to climax just when I wanted... and then... I couldn’t stop. I have never experienced anything like this before. The ejaculation reflex went on and on until eventually I had to pull the Ion off. This is where silent mode comes into its own because the Ion gets really noisy when removed without this feature active.

      Cleaning is easy as the Arcwave comes apart with a simple twist to separate the motor from the sleeve. Just remember to so this though! In my sex addled state my brain has on occasion forgotten. Leave to dry, then place back on the stand and plug into a usb-socket to charge. A large packet of silica gel is even included to ensure the sleeve dries fully. Wow-Tech think of everything.

      The charging unit is nicely styled. A smart looking piece of tech with lights to indicate battery status. It doesn’t look out of place next to a laptop on a desk, or in my case on the bedside table making use of a power point in my clock. Battery life is good. I reckon I had three to four hours fun before the power noticeably started to drop and the little light on the base of the stroker started to flash. At this point, I realised that by separating from the base I could use the sleeve ‘stand-alone’ for a genuinely silent experience. It felt really good.

      Onto day two, inserting from either end, and I know what to expect so it’s all a lot more satisfying. My whole being writhes to the beat of the Arcwave. By day three I’ve worked out that holding the stoker still and pumping with my body is the ultimate. This way I can put myself exactly where I need to be to enjoy the best sensations. The smallest of movements gave incredible pleasure… and did I mention the climax. If day one was good, day three is off the charts.

      Top Tips:

      Direct the air pulse at all parts. If you are big enough to pop out of the top, so much the better. Fun to watch and again felt fantastic as the lip of the sleeve flicked back and forth across the rim of my head. Weirdly, I found the side of my shaft to be incredibly sensitive. Who would have thought it?

      Final Thought:

      Is the Ion a match for the Womaniser? Obviously it is impossible to tell, but I’m guessing for this first iteration maybe not quite. But that’s a stellar bar to match. What the Arcwave Ion does offer is an incredible experience, unique to the product, not matched anywhere else in the male market. I can absolutely recommend.

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      The genuine feeling of quality in the materials, design and styling.
      Cons
      Not a problem for me but maybe too noisy for some.
      Bottom line
      Welcome to the next generation. This is not a sex toy, it’s high-tech engineering.
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    1. A new breed of male sex toy

      Reviewed: 13 September 2020 by PermanentlyAroused

      Oddly, for a review of a sex toy, I’m going to start with the packaging! The box the ArcWave Ion comes in screams quality. It’s akin to opening a new iPhone, even down to the little card packet containing the instructions - no sticker though! It’s a fairly sizeable box, but once you’ve unpacked everything, the actual ArcWave Ion is reasonably compact.

      It comes with a charging container which is both stylish (in two-tone grey/charcoal) and discreet. Inside there is a hollow stick into which you can insert a gel-pack to help with drying out the toy (note - to do this you need to pull the stick straight up. The instructions don’t make this clear, and I did worry, unnecessarily, about breaking it!), and there are charging points at the bottom. Simply sit the ArcWave on the stick and it’s ready to charge, with the included micro-USB-USB-A cable. It takes about an hour and a half for a full charge, and indicator lights show how full the battery is.

      So onto the ArcWave itself! It’s a two-piece construction, which twists apart. It is fully waterproof, though I haven’t yet had a chance to try it in the bath! The bottom half is hard plastic, and contains the ‘clever stuff’ and the control buttons (up, down and Smart Silence). The top half is a sleeve made of smooth silicone with a ribbed internal canal. The whole unit sits very comfortably in the hand.

      To use it, you simply lube up and slide your penis in. The aim is to get your frenulum sitting over the hole inside which leads to the suction. By default, Smart Silence is enabled, so the ArcWave will sense when you’re in the right area and turn on automatically. This sounds great but can have the downside that if you move slightly off-line, it’ll turn off. Equally however it’s excellent for edging because you can easily switch it off to relieve the pleasure! The flexible silicone sleeve allows you to apply pressure to keep your shaft in contact with the suction or release to stop the suction.

      This is basically a scaled-up version of the popular clitoral suction toys, and the sound is similarly scaled-up. When it’s got a good seal, it’s quite quiet, but as soon as it starts to suck air, it’s considerably noisier. I compared it to our Desire clitoral suction toy and the difference is not just noticeable but considerable! There are 8 levels of power and no patterns - which is good for me as I never use them!

      So what’s it like? Really good. I mean, _really_ good. First try and I was done in just a couple of minutes! Second try, about the same. Third lasted a bit longer because I left Smart Silence on (turned it off for the first two tries) and was therefore able to edge myself, leading to a very good orgasm! The ArcWave Ion feels a bit like a very rumbly vibrator, but without that feeling of numbness after extended use. It’s easy to hold too as it’s not actually vibrating.

      Cleanup is simple. Just twist the two halves apart, and wash under the tap. Dry the silicone with just a towel, and put it in the charging case for storage/recharge.

      The ArcWave Ion is a quality product. Easy to use, very easy to clean, and with extremely good orgasmic results, I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending it.

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Exceptional orgasms, easy to use.
      Cons
      Nothing.
      Bottom line
      It's a brave new world!
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    1. Different

      Reviewed: 13 October 2020 by Dr.Julian, a Straight Going Steady Male

      I was sceptical at first, and the hype had a bit too much of a "too good to be true" feel about it.

      This was definitely a new experience for me, and although it was definitely a "good" experience, the product itself is super confusing and the marketing is a quite misleading.

      Firstly, to say that this is based on "research that's discovered the frenulum is home to pleasure receptors as sensitive as those of the clitoris" without providing the source of that research... seems a bit like saying pigs fly in some circumstances. I couldn't find any research on PubMed or any of the usual sources (willing to be corrected), and unless it was a peer-reviewed study, I don't know how you can claim it to be a legitimate study, particularly to support a marketing campaign.

      With that being said, the sensation is nothing like other strokers, so it is definitely quite original and the sensation is a new one for me, albeit not the multiple female orgasm I was hoping for...

      It's a neat gadget but not one I'd show to most of my friends...

      When it arrived this morning, I thought it was my PS5. The box was certainly big enough. When you unbox it you'll probably be asking yourself how big this thing is and whether you'll need to mount your desk with it, or indeed how much of your nearly £200 went into the packaging. After you get to the base of the Russian doll, you'll see that it's really quite handy and it's a good size and weight, but working out how to use it is the next step... It's not very intuitive and the 'hold' to switch it on seems longer than what they state in the manual (yes, it comes with a manual - which is definitely worth reading BEFORE you put your piece in it).

      Getting going, you do have to stroke... Don't expect this to be a bullet vibrator for men... that it is not, and your anatomy does not work like this. You will wank into the Arcwave and it will pulsate against your frenulum... intermittently. It is a good sensation.

      It is worth noting at this point that unless you live in a well-isolated area or you have a soundproof room dedicated to debauchery, this is not a device you should be buying. I have heard pneumatic drills that are quieter than this thing.

      To top it all off, there is no 'collection pot' for your end result. The convenience of traditional strokers is that they catch your ejaculate, this contraption on the other hand, will sooner help you decorate your ceiling.

    2. Overall Rating
      9 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Different, original sensation, interesting.
      Cons
      Loud, bulky, messy.
      Bottom line
      Different. Very, very different.
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