Look, I’m not someone who usually buys into the hype around “revolutionary” sex toys, so when my friends at Babeland sent me the Erocillator I was like “meh, it’s kinda ugly – but I guess I’ll give it a try.“ I’d heard rumors that it was going to blow my mind on twitter, but I was still skeptical as I unwrapped the protective plastic wrapping on the coppery toy.
The Erocillator and all it’s accessories are the same weird colour – it comes with the long dildo-shaped main device, three attachments (I got “the golden spoon”, the “grapes and cockscomb”, and the “ball and cup” heads), and a power cord that plugs into the wall. The device has three settings – low, med, and high. So you plug in the toy, click on an attachment, and slide the plastic control bar to turn it on and vary the speed.
So what’s supposed to be so special about the Eroscillator? Well, it doesn’t vibrate like the other vibes in my toy drawer, it oscillates – in fact, it oscillates side to side at 7.200 RPM, which is nothing to sneeze at. This is the first toy I’ve tried where the highest setting was actually a little too intense for me!
The massage heads are made of silicone elastomer, so it’s phthalate free, but this material is porous so you won’t want to share them with your friends (though that won’t be the only reason you won’t want to share). The nice thing about the attachments though, is that they are removable so you can pop them off and give them a thorough washing without worrying about damaging the main device (which is waterproof anyway).
But let’s not get ahead of ourselves here. After I finished unwrapping the toy and it’s accessories and had flipped through the little manual that came with it, I picked out the “cup and ball” head, clicked it into place and prepared to see if the Erocillator would live up to the hype.
What I liked: Holy Shit! I know my friends had told me that the Erocillator was good, but they didn’t tell me that it was going to blow my mind! I thought I was too jaded to be this impressed by a new toy, I was wrong. The Erocillator has an axially oscillating engine that the attachments are hooked up to directly, so all the movement goes into the heads, and not into the body of the device – that focused energy clearly makes a difference. This toy’s oscillations didn’t numb my clit either (like other power vibes can do), it was intense without being wearying.
My fave head ended up being the “grapes and cockscomb”, the cockscomb part is supposedly meant for labial stimulation, which was okay – but it was the grapes part that I really liked, it was the most textured of the heads that came with this toy. Speaking of the heads, I thought they would be a pain to manage, but they click into the main body of the device pretty easily, even when you’re in a hurry or distracted.
The whole thing was decently quiet too… I think… I stoped noticing it making any noise at some point, so now I’m not sure. The controls were easy to use also, one click for speed one, another for speed 2, and one more for speed 3 – the speed control runs along the whole length of the device, so if you change your grip or get very distracted, it’s not hard to figure out how to turn it up or down.
What I didn’t like: umm… the colour? The colour has grown on me, but still I’d prefer something either a little more fun or a little more sedate (sparkly black?) The only other thing I can think of that I’d change is the size, the main device seems a bit bulky, considering the fun is all in the little heads you click into it. That said, it’s bulky, but not cumbersome, I didn’t find that the handle or the cord got in my way at any point.
This toy would be great for: anyone with a clit. No seriously. It is a bit on the pricey side, but if you’re feeling bored with all your other toys or have never been able to come with a toy before, give this baby a try.
I almost took away half a point for it’s appearance, but I just can’t be that judgey about the Erocillator anymore, it can have a full 10/10: