Sqweel 2 oral sex simulator - sex toy by LoveHoney - review by kendra30752

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Perhaps this is what the term "tongue lashing" is all about

A unique change from vibrations to flicking, the Sqweel 2 is one-of-a-kind. For anyone who likes light flicks of the tongue on their clitoris, Sqweel would be enjoyable. However, for a lot of ladies, especially those who need pressure to orgasm, this will merely be a teaser/warm up. Whichever category you happen to fall in, I still recommend Sqweel. The experience is like nothing else. If you're like me, you'll love it, and if not, I still couldn't imagine anyone downright hating Sqweel.
Published:
Pros:
Nice change from vibrations.
Cute.
Unique sensation.
Cons:
Hard to hold for long periods.
Cleaning is high maintenance.
Rating by reviewer:
5
extremely useful review

Use

Let me just start off by saying, this is the most unique toy I have ever put to use! With 30% more power and reverse mode, the Sqweel 2 is apparently, an "updated" version of the original Sqweel, this according to Lovehoney. From what I understand, the Sqweel 2 was designed after many complaints about the original having trouble spinning when any pressure was applied, even very lightly. I wish I had the original to compare with, but it happened to go out of stock as I was about to order it, so lucky me, I got to get the updated version. It still would be nice to be able to compare the changes. Moving on...

The Sqweel original and Sqweel 2 were both designed by Trevor Murphy to resemble the sensations of oral sex, hence the little tongue-looking dudes. While nothing on the planet can feel like oral sex besides a tongue, this can be the next best thing for the ladies who love the sensations brought on by licking and lapping of the clitoris and both the labia majora and labia minora. Since I'm extremely aroused by nipple touches, licks and anything else that involves my nipples, I tried the Sqweel on them. It didn't do much for me there, but that's something else you could use the Sqweel for.

Sqweel is probably going to appeal more to single ladies, but my partner and I have a lot of fun using it together on me. It's actually a wonderful way to give your partner a good feel of what pace you enjoy during oral sex!

I also have to say this was designed with us girls in mind, but if you love the sensation of tiny silicone tongues slapping your penis, more power to ya! Sqweel is going to be a good foreplay device for many of us.


Made in USA.

The Sqweel 2 is ten tongues just waiting to slap themselves across your clitoris... or wherever you prefer them!


Directions for using Sqweel


As with most toys, Sqweel runs on batteries, so the first thing you'll obviously need to do is insert 3 AAA's. To do so, there's a plastic piece on the battery compartment, which is located on the back, bottom half of Sqweel. There's a slidey piece that comes off by using your thumb to slide this piece down, in the direction of the arrow. I wanted to warn that this piece doesn't come completely off, it just lifts, so you need to be careful when inserting and removing batteries. It doesn't fully open enough for you to see the battery compartment well, so it's easy to put pressure on the slider piece, which feels like it'd easily break. I came close to breaking it, and wanted to put that out there.

To shut the battery compartment, you simply slide that piece back.

Sqweel's wheel will begin to spin after turning it on (the functions and controls will be discussed in the proper section.) Holding the Sqweel where the tongues are lined up paralell to your crotch is best. You can also hold Sqweel sideways, but it doesn't give the same sensation as tongue smacking your clitoris.

Simple enough. Keep in mind though, Sqweel is not a vibrator. It's just a wheel of tongues, so you won't feel any vibrations.
    • Couples
    • Solo

Material / Texture

The majority of Sqweel 2 is made of a shiny white plastic. The pink wheel of ten tongues is fully silicone. I've had a tough time finding out what exactly the plastic is, but will update if there's a change. However, I want to note that the body of Sqweel does not seem terribly sturdy. It will hold up and all, but one thing I voiced to my partner was "I don't wanna drop this thing! The plastic looks as if it'd fall completely apart." So I would certainly advise being careful with Sqweel. I'm considering making it a safe pouch to carry and store.


However, Eden lists Sqweel's material as silicone only. Lovehoney hasn't disclosed the exact plastic material, as it's not available on their site either. Eden says that Sqweel is hypo-allergenic, latex free, made of food grade material, non-porous and pthalates free. They are referring to the silicone tongues.

So I contacted Lovehoney asking if they could please provide this important information. I was told that the body is ABS plastic, and I know ABS plastic is safe, so considering Lovehoney told the truth, we can rest assured!


Sqweel has no odor at all.

The tongues are smooth and clearly silicone. They feel somewhat squishy and the wheel they come on is flexible, but it's not so flexible I can grab one of the flippers and pull it very long. The silicone is somewhat grabby meaning I can run my fingers across it and it drags. This also happens on my cooter, so lubrication was helpful. You can see in the photo, that the tongues are easily squished together, but they don't fold up while in use. The wheel would stop spinning way before that happened.

And yes, you are allowed to use lubricant while using Sqweel. Simply add a small amount to the tongues and yourself. I just use a dab of a gel-like lubricant to one tongue and a little to myself so it doesn't get messy. I'd hate to turn this baby on and it fling lubricant all over the place! I stick with using a thick lubricant like Yes because it's thick, gel-like and will last the entire time I'm using it. I tried Aqua on this and I didn't feel it was enough. Maximus and Liquid Silk both work wonderfully with Sqweel too!



Since there's no texture, the Sqweel is easy to operate, not intimidating and is a simple clitoral stimulator, I would recommend it to all "levels" of players from beginner to advanced. It's actually a fabulous toy for anybody, and something I think would be wonderful for someone who has little experience with toys. It'd certainly be pleasurable and a few steps above the old traditional vibrator.

They are all smooth and have a non-noticeable seam down the middle of each.
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all

Design / Shape / Size



Sqweel is bigger than I expected. I assumed the entire toy would rest easily in my palm, but it's bigger than my hand. This makes it somewhat tough to hold onto during long periods of use. The slick white plastic is sort of curved on the sides to make it easier, but it's the biggest clitoral toy I own. I wouldn't say it's a pain or discouraging to hold for so long, it doesn't get heavy or anything, but I have to situate it just right to get a good grip.

Measurements
Sqweel is about 5" long and a little over 4" wide, at its widest part. The little indented sides, where you can wrap a hand around for easier holding measures slightly over 3" wide. Each "tongue" measures 1" long and almost 1" wide -- clearly not the size of real tongues, but the size of these aren't going to determine whether a person likes or dislikes Sqweel.

Sqweel has a white body (comes in black too, but this one's white), a pink tongue wheel and a transparent pink, plastic lid. The lid snaps onto Sqweel only one way, if that makes sense. It has prongs on either side that snap inside the white part. I notice upon removing the lid, those prongs get hung and seem like they'd break easily. Think a bullet vibrator with a cheap remote attached. You know how the plastic battery compartment to those are easy to break? That's similar to the prongs on Sqweel's lid.


Grab the lid and pull to remove. Under the lid is the tongues.


The body of Sqweel has little tongue-looking indents, as you can see in the photos. These don't seem to serve a purpose since they don't provide any better of a grip for me, but they're there in case that matters to you.

I had trouble figuring out how to take Sqweel apart at first, so I'll use photos to explain it for ya'll.

Basically, it's just a chunk of white plastic with a small wheel of ten tongues that goes inside. I assumed Sqweel 2 would have interchangable wheels since the original did, and I finally figured out that it does. I'm sure the original interchangable wheels available will fit Sqweel 2 as well.

Discretion
Personally, I find Sqweel perfectly discreet. Enough that I don't mind leaving it out on my dresser, but it's been staying on the bottom of my bookshelf the past few days, just because my family comes over and everyone's in and out all weekend. Since there are kids around, it's best to just keep it out of sight, but few people in my life would ever have a clue. I personally said I thought it looked like some type of high-tech fan. It does if you think about it.

I did say it's best to keep it out of sight if children are around. That's because for some reason, sex toys always draw a child's attention. Especially something like Sqweel that actually could pass as a child's toy to a child. The colors draw them in too.

Unless someone has seen the Sqweel, it's unlikely they'll know what it is. Even upon closely looking, I think most people will think of it as a weird fan. Like those handheld fans.

Sqweel fits nicely in my purse, so I enjoy keeping it in there for using any time the situation is appropriate. Taking the batteries out will ensure that it doesn't accidentally turn on, which it would do if the batteries were in because the tiniest bump turns Sqweel on. If only we all could be turned on so easily, huh?

Even if you aren't travelling with Sqweel, you should remove the batteries after every use. It's not worth it to lose a toy due to battery corrosion. I just can't stress that enough since I've had it happen.

Sqweel will do well travelling since it can be tucked in your luggage or purse. It would make a fun toy to bring along on vacation I'm sure.
    • Discreet look/design
    • Ergonomic

Functions / Performance / Controls

Considering my first experience with Sqweel lasted a full hour, I do wish it was rechargeable, especially for the price. However, my 3 AAA batteries have held up well, but I have a feeling my trips to the store will be even more frequent than the two made just for batteries when it first arrived! Imagine the look the cashier gave me when I came in a second time for a second pack of batteries! You know why? Because EF lists Sqweel as taking only 2 AAA batteries, and since mine came as I was hurrying out the door in the dark night, I took it in the car with me never noticing the fine print says "THREE AAA batteries!" So I bounce into the store at 10PM and buy my pack of 2 batteries. Then my partner and I get back in the vehicle, open Sqweel and try to power it on. Back into the store I go. The cashier looked at me when I handed her my second pack of batteries in less than 5 minutes, and I said "guess I needed more batteries than I thought (hee, hee, hee my nervous laugh.)

So learn from my mistake: this does not take 2 AAA batteries like EF tells you. It takes three.


I'd consider Sqweel to be fairly long-lasting and not a total battery eater. I used brand new batteries and it's lasted for around 2 hours of use so far without showing signs of getting low. I am hoping I won't need batteries for at least another half hour of use.



Instead of vibrating, Sqweel's ten tongue wheel goes around and around at three different speeds to choose from, and then, if that doesn't cut it for you, you can go in reverse! Lonehoney says that the Sqweel 2 "boasts an exciting new flicker mode and has 30% more power than the original Sqweel!" Is that true? I so wish I could tell you, but the original Sqweel isn't sold anymore and I never bought it. As for this "flicker mode," I honestly have no clue what Lovehoney was smoking because there's no setting that resembles "flickering." Seriously, you have 3 modes, which are simply just faster and faster spinning of the wheel. Lovehoney says "The Sqweel 2 has 3 different modes, and boasts an exciting new flicker mode..." So where is this "flicker" mode?

So here's what we really have, which is awesome enough for me, but I am really funny about companies that overdo it when trying to sell a product.

1. Slowest spin.
2. Quicker spin.
3. Fast spin.

The slow spin isn't snail slow, but the best way I knew to explain to you how quick/slow each setting is, was by telling you how long you have between the first and next tongue hitting your clitoris. The slowest setting, when I put my finger or clitoris to the tongues, there's not even a half of a second in between tongues hitting my finger. Does this make sense? I hope so. I tried capturing Sqweel while spinning, but my camera would only catch the tongues holding still. You couldn't even tell it was spinning.

The second setting is like "tap, tap, tap" against my clitoris or finger with even shorter time between tongues slapping.

The third setting is like full on tongues slapping my clitoris super fast. In fact, this setting almost hurts when in direct contact with my clitoris!

I personally have a sensitive clitoris and don't require super strong vibrations or stimulation to be pleased. The lightest grazes work for me. Someone who's less sensitive will still be able to feel all Sqweel's tongue-slaps very, very well! Since the third setting almost hurts to be in direct contact with my clitoris, I'd say this will be very stimulating to all of our clitoris' no matter how much stimulation is needed.

I haven't been able to comfortably use the third (highest) setting yet. I start on the first setting and usually end up on two after a really long time of use. I just am too sensitive for the third, but I'm glad it's there because it makes Sqweel something pretty much all of us, no matter our tatses can enjoy.

While the silicone tongues are soft and flexble, when on the highest setting, those edges are pretty intense on my clitoris, as I said before, at an uncomfortable level. I guess they're spinning so fast that they slap hard. It's no problem since I am in love with the first two settings, but I'm telling you, this baby can be pretty intense. I have a feeling most users will stay on level 2, but there will be some who like the intensity, or who need it in order to enjoy it.

You can go in reverse while in the middle of going one direction if you like. Doing this will cause the tongues to switch directions. As you can see, the tongues are sort of curled upward. So say you have what I'd call the bottom of the tongues slapping against your clitoris, hit the reverse button and it goes the opposite direction with the top of them hitting you. I personally thought it was a little uncomfortable to have the curled part hitting down on my clitoris. I liked the underside grazing me better.

This is how I hold Sqweel against myself, upwards instead of sideways:

Buttons and Controls

Sqweel 2 has a total of 3 buttons, if you include the "lock" button. All are located near the bottom on the front, which I thought was a bad idea because you hold it near the bottom, and it's easy to accidentally press a button while in use.

The button you use to power Sqweel on, off and change speeds is a round button with a sideways triangle. Push the button once to turn on, and hold down for 3 seconds to power it off. The little triangle is clear and has an LED backlight! This makes it glow blue when in use. When you hit that button it also lights up the reverse button next to it. When turned on, they both stay blue. This makes it handy for using in the dark.

The reverse button, like I said, is located next to the triangle power and speed-changing button. It's round too and has two parenthesis on it. It looks like this "()" Any time you wish to go in reverse, you hit this button.

The lock button isn't a button you press like the others. Instead, it's slidable. If it's unlocked, you'll see the little picture of a gray combination lock with the hook unlocked. When it's locked, you'll see the gray picture of a locked lock. See photos. So when you want to lock it, simply slide the button over on top of the locked lock & vice versa.

I assumed this lock button would lock the toy, stopping it from spinning, so that it can't be accidentally turned on while in a purse or something. It's actually only there to lock the wheel compartment! Unlocking it will allow you to take the toy apart for cleaning or switching out different "Sqweeler" wheels. Trying to pry the wheel's compartment opened when the lock button is locked could damage the toy.
    • Long lasting power
    • Multiple settings
    • Powerful

Care and Maintenance

Noise
Sqweel 2 is said to be "quieter than ever" according to Lovehoney. That makes me real curious as to how loud the original was. Sqweel 2 is not quiet. It's not so loud that it will be heard all throughout a house, but it's loud enough that the noise will definitely begin to annoy some users after several minutes. I guess the name fits because it produces an almost squeal of a noise. It doesn't sound like a vibrator, but more like an electric razor or something. If you have thin walls, you'll absolutely need to cover up with an AC and another type of noise such as music or TV. My walls aren't too thin, but this can be heard outside my door if I only have the AC running! That's pretty darn loud for me. I don't have too many toys that require covering up this much. Thankfully, if someone hears it while approaching the room you're using it in, they're not going to automatically think "sex toy!" It sounds similar to my epilator, which can be heard all the way to the front door. Sqweel isn't *that* loud, but to keep others in the next room from hearing, some background noise is necessary.




Caring for Sqweel

Sadly, Sqweel is not waterproof. I wish it was since it'd make cleaning less of a worry, and you'd get to take it in the water! I could imagine this one being fun in the pool or hot tub. But don't! There is nothing to protect the battery compartment. This made me super nervous to clean Sqweel since you need to get inside the space that holds the wheel! I'll show you how to take it apart for cleaning or just to change out your wheels.

First, remember to slide the "lock" button to unlock. The photo below shows what it'll look like when taken apart. To remove this side panel, use your thumb to gently press upward, just like you do to remove the battery lid, only you're pressing up, not down. It slides off easily, so no pressure is necessary.


Then you'll be able to take the wheel right out. The wheel has a hole in the middle so it simply slides onto the stick looking thing inside the body of Sqweel (shown below.)


The wheel was glued onto this plastic white thing that you see in the middle, the part that slides onto the body of Sqweel to hold the wheel in. You can still remove the wheel from that plastic part by peeling it off. It's not necessary to remove the wheel off the plastic piece it's glued to just for cleaning. You may have to do it if you ever want to try a new "Sqweeler" wheel though.

Once it's taken apart, start by cleaning the wheel first. Use hot water & mild soap or a toy cleaner. Then clean the piece you took off to get to the wheel. Both of these pieces can be submerged for soaking or super cleaning. Cleaning the inside of the body, where the wheel goes is the difficult part because I worry about splashes getting on the battery compartment and leaking inside. That's why it really should've been waterproofed. I like using a wipe for cleaning this area best, but I also like to feel like it's well cleaned, so I've used a soapy, wet washcloth too.

I use a dry dish towel to dry all the parts. The dish towel doesn't have as much of the furry lint like a towel or wash cloth, so the tongues don't collect lint from it. However, this silicone hasn't been problematic about collecting dust and lint that softer silicones such as Matryoshka. I can leave the wheel sitting on my bed without it picking up pet hair and my hair. If you prefer though, you can let the parts air dry.

Once dry, put it back together the same way. Slide the wheel back onto the post inside the body. Be sure it's unlocked and the side panel will snap right back in place. Then either put it to use or pop the lid back on. Putting it back together is as simple and quick as taking it apart.


Storing Sqweel

Maybe I've anticipated having a Sqweel so long that I'm just being overly picky with this toy, but I'm still bummed about it not at least coming with one of the two: 1.) pouch for storage. 2.) Waterproof battery compartment. Since it does have a lid though, a bag isn't necessary, but would be handy.

I have been storing it in the two plastic containers it comes sandwiched between for now, but will eventually toss them. I suppose Sqweel will make a new home in my purse or toy box, probably both.

You don't have to worry about the silicone coming in contact with other silicone since you have a lid, so it's safe to store it in a box full of other toys. Just keep the lid over the silicone wheel!

It's about medium in size, so it will fit in a drawer, some purses and a box with enough space. You can't just tuck it away in your pocket though.


Remember that the flippers are silicone, so only use water-based lubricants when using Sqweel or you could ruin the flippers!
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store

Packaging



Sqweel comes packaged in a very non-discreet box, but is tasteful and cute. It clearly screams "oral sex toy" on the front of the box, which wasn't necessary. However, I love that it came in non-trashy packaging with photos of people using it. That's even more unecessary than havint "oral sex toy" on the front. I did kind of feel like for the price Sqweel could've came with a blasted pouch or something for storage. I mean, it's already a bummer that it's not rechargeable for its price, but no pouch either? A real bummer.

The package is a simple, non-useful thick paper box. It's pink and white and cute, I must admit. It will more than likely be thrown away since it takes up more room than Sqweel. This box has a large open window on the front so you can see Sqweel, which is inside of a clear plastic. It's just a molded piece of plastic that holds Sqweel, as the photos show. The front part is clear and the back is white plastic. Sqweel is just sandwiched between the two. This would be decent for temporary storage.

As you can see, the front top of the box says "Sqweel 2" in blue text and "the world's best-selling oral sex toy" in white at the bottom.

The back also has huge pink and gray text that tells you again that the Sqweel is "the world's best-selling oral sex toy," in case you missed it on the front of the box. And it's stated again on the user manual and on the back of the box in 7 different languages.

On the back, in smaller pink text, there's a brief description of Sqweel and a few bullet points.

"Sqweel 2 is a sex toy for women designed to simulate the sensation of oral sex. Its unique wheel of tongues provides easily controlled stimulation at just the speed you need to deliver sheet-clenching orgasms time and time again.

- "Unique hand-held oral sex simulator."
- "super soft silicone tongues."
- "Powerful speeds - reversible too!"
- "Exciting flicker mode."
- "Quiet and easy to clean."

Then you have a tiny corner of text that reminds you it requires 3AAA that are not included. Then it tells you to use with water-based lubricant only. "sqweel wheel made from skin-safe silicone. Does not contain latex or phthalates. Sold as an adult novelty. Discontinue use if irritation or discomfort occurs. To avoid injury or aggravating pre-existing skin conditions, do not use on swollen or inflamed areas or skin lacerations. No medical claims are warranted or implied by the use of this product. The shape and appearance of this product inside this package are a trademark and trade dress of Lovehoney LTD."

And that sums up all the information you'll find on the package. Inside, you have a small user manual with 2 pages that include a drawn description of how to use Sqweel and the second page shows you how to care for it. The rest of the pages include this information in other languages. One page says exactly what I quoted above, the same "adult novelty only" disclaimer that was printed on the box too.




I personally think Sqweel would make a fun gift for a close girlfriend who I know is totally comfortable receiving such a gift. It's not something I'd spring on someone if I wasn't sure how they'd feel about it. Sqweel is something I'd gift to my sisters. Definitely. If the non-discreet package is something to worry about, don't gift it or do so in private.


The box bears the "CE" logo on the bottom, which indicates that it has passed a certain set of standards as a device with moving parts to be sold in Europe.

The box also bear the RoHS logo. RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances. RoHS regulates the use of certain hazardous substances in electronic products. The RoHS is fully implemented in Europe, while having less restrictions in USA.

The meeting of RoHS standards simply means the entire device has passed the RoHS tests or "rules" to be manufactured/sold.

The box has the "anti-trash can" logo. I believe this means that some part of the device contains something (perhaps just the batteries?) that would be considered hazardous, and therefore should be disposed of via the proper recycling service in your particular area.
    • Minimal
    • Not discreet
    • Would make a nice gift

Personal comments

I haven't been so excited over a toy in a long time! Sqweel had me anxious from the minute it arrived on EF. I bought it without hesitation, and spent the 3 days before it arrived talking about it every second. I then worried that I had built my expectations up too high and may not like it.

For the first several minutes, it felt awkward trying to get it in the right spot, and holding it was awkward. I wasn't sure I was going to like it. I told my partner it was almost like sticking my clitoris into a ceiling fan, with soft fans of course. But after fumbling around, I managed to hold it comfortably and figure out where to place it for the best sensations. After getting situated, I didn't put Sqweel down for an hour! Then used it again later that night and several times since.

My partner and I incorporate oral into our foreplay every time we're getting down and dirty. It's something I love and he enjoys performing for some reason. I got Sqweel because I couldn't resist how unique it is, and the talk about it slapping your clitoris rather than vibrate was too intriguing. I'm the kind of girl who likes slow, gentle licks. I don't care for fast and hard licks because it numbs my clitoris.

My partner has mastered the licking of my clitoris by using light strokes and kisses. It seems I'm able to feel more sensation that way, although some days I like it fast. He's practically studied my crotch when it comes to orgasms, so he knew exactly how I'd enjoy the Sqweel -- slow and gentle.

Unfortunately, I like to grind, applying a little pressure at the end. With vibrators that are soft, I'm able to do this, but needing to apply pressure makes many of the hard clitoral vibrators a bust for me. I had heard that the original Sqweel's tongues would stop with the lightest pressure, and this is the same.

Each time I've used Sqweel, I've came really close, but never really made it to the end. I think with more use, I'll be able to do so without the need of applying pressure, so the Sqweel will be entertaining. I am tempted to apply a tiny bit of pressure while in use though and it stops the tongues right in their tracks, even the tiniest bit of pressing. You have to hold the tongues out to where they barely graze you or it'll stop wanting to turn.

Sqweel has been an amazing foreplay toy though, and the mini O's I am able to have with it feel similar to the ones I have when my partner is performing oral before the "big one" happens. It gets me more excited than most vibrators though, and I love that. It's like the ultimate foreplay toy for me right now, and since my partner enjoys holding it on me, it works nicely for that.

Experience

I haven't been so excited over a toy in a long time! Sqweel had me anxious from the minute it arrived on EF. I bought it without hesitation, and spent the 3 days before it arrived talking about it every second. I then worried that I had built my expectations up too high and may not like it.

For the first several minutes, it felt awkward trying to get it in the right spot, and holding it was awkward. I wasn't sure I was going to like it. I told my partner it was almost like sticking my clitoris into a ceiling fan, with soft fans of course. But after fumbling around, I managed to hold it comfortably and figure out where to place it for the best sensations. After getting situated, I didn't put Sqweel down for an hour! Then used it again later that night and several times since.

My partner and I incorporate oral into our foreplay every time we're getting down and dirty. It's something I love and he enjoys performing for some reason. I got Sqweel because I couldn't resist how unique it is, and the talk about it slapping your clitoris rather than vibrate was too intriguing. I'm the kind of girl who likes slow, gentle licks. I don't care for fast and hard licks because it numbs my clitoris.

My partner has mastered the licking of my clitoris by using light strokes and kisses. It seems I'm able to feel more sensation that way, although some days I like it fast. He's practically studied my crotch when it comes to orgasms, so he knew exactly how I'd enjoy the Sqweel -- slow and gentle.

Unfortunately, I like to grind, applying a little pressure at the end. With vibrators that are soft, I'm able to do this, but needing to apply pressure makes many of the hard clitoral vibrators a bust for me. I had heard that the original Sqweel's tongues would stop with the lightest pressure, and this is the same.

Each time I've used Sqweel, I've came really close, but never really made it to the end. I think with more use, I'll be able to do so without the need of applying pressure, so the Sqweel will be entertaining. I am tempted to apply a tiny bit of pressure while in use though and it stops the tongues right in their tracks, even the tiniest bit of pressing. You have to hold the tongues out to where they barely graze you or it'll stop wanting to turn.

Sqweel has been an amazing foreplay toy though, and the mini O's I am able to have with it feel similar to the ones I have when my partner is performing oral before the "big one" happens. It gets me more excited than most vibrators though, and I love that. It's like the ultimate foreplay toy for me right now, and since my partner enjoys holding it on me, it works nicely for that.
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  • misskat
    misskat  
    This was a great review, Kendra! I wish I had loved my Sqweel as much as you love yours, sadly I just need more pressure. Thank you for such an in-depth review!

    PS I love your nails in these photos!
  • Creepellah
    Creepellah  
    thanks
  • orgazmicgirl
    orgazmicgirl  
    awesome review!
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    Tammy Hite  
    thank yopu for your review
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