The Eclipse 2 is made from a smooth, non-porous, phthalates free, hypo-allergenic, latex free and made from a food-grade material that is plastic on the backside and silicone on the front side or the bubbled side. There is a light, but not annoying plastic smell and no unpleasant taste to the exerciser. Outside of the bubbled fronts of this exerciser which has two balls attached to by plastic string, there is no extra texture to help with anything. I believe that this exerciser would be fine for anyone, the only drawback would be its length. If you are an advanced “toy” user you might already have control of your muscles, but then this can aid you in self pleasuring.
The Eclipse 2 is well designed and is in a cute female pink. I like how the bubbled front felt inside, taking out was a little odd but not a deal breaker. The size seems to me to be best fitted for someone who is has little or no muscle control. I found it somewhat of a puzzle to fit in and also to have comfort at that the same time. It didn’t hurt, just wasn’t the most pleasant thing. But, again if you are already let's say “happy” and your vaginal canal is more elongated then you will be fine. This exerciser is 8 inches in Length, but its insertable length is 5 inches which leads to 3 inches of buckling, its circumferences is 4 ¾ inches, diameter is 1 3/8 inches, width is 1 ½ inches and weight out at 4 oz. Has what seems like 2 balls with in the plastic/silicone balls.
The Eclipse 2 functions and performance are fine; this exerciser will in some time help you develop your internal muscles. There are no vibrations in this exerciser, only weighted balls within it. I think the design of each individual ball is great; they are curved and weighted just right. There are no “controls” to use it and how to use it is common sense. No controls or batteries needed so no noise and it's waterproof.
Care and maintenance of the Eclipse 2 is very easy; soap and water, or your favorite toy cleaner will work. Storing this exerciser is fairly easy; you could either keep it in the plastic display case and box that it came in, or you could put it where you put all your other toys. Keeping it in the packaging that it came is a personal choice, but not mine. I would find getting in and out of the plastic box a little annoying after a while and most likely I would cut myself in the process. **Added caution! Please try to keep silicone toys separated from each other. Silicone and silicone mixtured toys can have a tendency to "blend" together and this could possible harm you.