Buzz, Buzz, BuzzIf you are looking to try electro-stimulation and don't want to break the bank go for the Fetish Fantasy Series Shock Therapy set. Just try to get the buzz without the bite.
Price, works easily
Impossible to use as advertised
The Fetish Fantasy Shock Therapy set is used to stimulate muscles by passing an electric current through your body. Some have called this a TENS Unit, but this is not. A TENS machine (Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) uses electric pulses to target nerves for the treatment of pain. The Fetish Fantasy Shock Therapy set is an EMS unit (Electrical muscle stimulation). An EMS unit targets the muscles, causing them to constrict, just like if you flex but does it much quicker. There are four pads that are used on the skin to deliver the current. This was our first try with EMS, so I would say it can be used by beginners but I am not sure if it is powerful enough for more advanced users (although it was PLENTY powerful for me).
This is simple machine that is easy to use. The pads simply snap into the wires and will not release accidentally. The pads are covered with a reusable glue that will lose its stickiness if in comes in too much contact with oils, sweat, or picks up lent from cloth. There are three settings that increase in the length of the pulse, with two other controls working the strength of the pulse and the speed. The unit does not feel heavy duty, but for the price it feels like a bargain. There is no size limit, so any height or weight can use. Just obey the warnings, and do not use if pregnant or you have a heart condition.
Here is where the front of the box gets misleading. It shows a woman with one pair of the pads on her nipples and the other on her vagina. Both of these positions did not work for me. In order for the current to flow correctly it must be flat on the skin without any hindrances, like hair. In order to have them on my nipples, the edges would not make contact with the breast, and instead of sending a gentle pulse it would bite and hurt. Same problem with the vay jay jay. It worked well on my legs or stomach but I purchased it to use like the model on the box, and it was not a possibility. Also, most electric sex websites I found warned against using it near the heart and employed a not above the waist rule. Another major disappointment was the instructions. There were very little instructions about how the unit worked and was not enough to answer all my questions.
Not kid friendly! Definitely not discreet!
Follow-up commentary 8 days after original review
This was just not our cup of tea. In order for it to work it had to stay on skin only and this restricted movement too much. The wires got in the way and the sensations were not for us.
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