Oscillating massager by Advanced response corp.

A Powerful Ugly Creature

The Eroscillator feels different than most vibrators, so anyone shopping for a powerful toy that gets the job done but will never leave them numb or sore should give it strong consideration.
Strong, deep sensations without sharpness, buzziness, or numbness.
Those with arthritis or other hand mobility issues will find it hard to hold.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Eroscillator is designed for clitoral stimulation in female-bodied individuals, but can provide pleasurable sensation to other parts of the anatomy as well. It can be used for masturbation, foreplay, during intercourse, or even for forced orgasm play. It's an excellent toy for getting in the mood when one might otherwise be too tired or just disinterested in sex, because the deep vibrations are impossible to ignore, yet not at all sharp or painful, as some vibrations can be when one is overstimulated or just plain tired.

Endorsed by sex therapists all the way back in the 1980's, when woolly mammoths roamed the land, the clinical looking Eroscillator remains a one of a kind toy, said to have gifted thousands of women with their first orgasms. I don't doubt that claim, but I will dispute the idea that everyone can orgasm with it -- everyone's body is different, after all.
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • On a bed only
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • Nipples

Material / Texture

The body of the Eroscillator is made of hard plastic with an odd brassy color, which adds to its clinical appearance. The heads, on the other hand, are some kind of slightly flexible mystery material which isn't rubber or PVC, and which could possibly be silicone, but doesn't claim to be silicone. It doesn't have any taste or odor, and one survived some experimental boiling, but I lacked the courage and adequate fire insurance to take a match to it for science. Whatever the material, the official information labels it as food-grade, hypo-allergenic, latex free, and phthalates free.

All of the heads are textured in some way, so those who really hate texture near their fun bits have three choices -- avoid the toy entirely, buy the silicone soft finger attachment which is shamefully sold separately, or dig out some kind of bullet sleeve to slide over one of the heads. Texture lovers will find themselves quite pleased, and everyone in the middle of the spectrum will likely find something pleasurable, or at least usable -- while present and noticeable, not all of the texture choices are overwhelming. Most users, from beginners to avid toy collectors, will fall into that middle group.
    • Bumpy
    • Light odor
    • Rigid

Design / Shape / Size

The Eroscillator isn't a particularly attractive toy. It's clinical looking, like something one might find in a doctor's office, or a mad scientist's lair. It's also fairly large and heavy when in use, and anyone with mobility issues in their hands might want to think twice about trying it. With enough creativity and determination, you might find a way to use it hands free, but if holding tools for ten or fifteen minutes at a stretch is a problem, be prepared for the initial frustration.

For storage, the toy itself would survive just fine loose in your sock drawer, but to keep from losing the attachments, you'll at least need a sandwich bag, and if any discretion is required at all, you'll need something large enough to accommodate both the toy itself and its impressively long cord. When all of the pieces are visible, the average snoop will be able to deduce the function. With the heads out of sight, and perhaps a misleading tooth brush head or tube of paste resting nearby, it could be mistaken for an electric toothbrush.

The Eroscillator isn't the ideal toy for vacation, although that will of course depend on the circumstances. If you're traveling out of the country, it does not come with any power adapters, and it does plug directly into a wall socket. Its mysterious silhouette on an x-ray screen might draw the eye of airport security, so be sure that however well you hide it from your inlaws, it can still be identified correctly by TSA. You do not want to be the owner of the vibrator that delayed a flight for six hours. Place it within a clear plastic bag inside its storage -- that way, TSA can see it without getting stranger hands all over your naked toy.
    • Clinical design

Functions / Performance / Controls

While most vibrators vibrate, the Eroscillator oscillates. That means it moves back and forth at a speed faster than the eye can follow. While I don't by any stretch of the imagination believe that this mimics the natural movement of the human finger, it does create a much deeper sensation that is simultaneously stronger than most vibrators yet also gentler than any vibrator of comparable strength.

The Eroscillator does this oscillating at three different speeds, all noticeably different and controlled by a slider on the handle.

For its strength, the Eroscillator is surprisingly quiet. The noise it does make is muffled as soon as it touches the body, and it cannot be heard through a closed door. Moderate background noise will disguise it completely.

As for bathroom use -- just no. The Eroscillator plugs into a wall outlet, and therefore should never ever be allowed anywhere near water, or it will fall in the bathtub and kill you.
    • Long lasting power
    • Multiple settings
    • Powerful

Care and Maintenance

The correct way to clean the Eroscillator is to unplug it and wipe it down with a damp cloth or toy wipe, and then disconnect the head and wash that in hot, soapy water, or toy cleaner. Since it has electrical parts, the body of the Eroscillator should never be submerged in water, but the heads might survive a boiling, if sterilization becomes necessary and the alternative is to throw them away. I boiled one briefly as an experiment, and it survived. It also survived being doused in rubbing alcohol.

For storage, I put the heads in a change purse, and then used a cosmetics bag to keep it contained with the toy itself. Pretty much any storage option that keeps the heads from getting lost and the cord from getting tugged and tangled should be sufficient.
Since the heads are of unknown material, I'd recommend not mixing them with other toys, as some chemical plastic softeners will melt into their neighbors and create chaos. Avoid chaos.
    • Easy to clean


The Eroscillator arrived in a cardboard box that looked as clinical as the toy itself. While the instructions were adequate as to the use of the toy, I could find no indication as to the specific material in the heads, nor could I find any information about recommended sterilization methods. Therefore I had to experiment myself, which irks me given the cost of this particular toy.

The box could be used for storage, but I recycled mine.
    • Recyclable

Personal comments

The Eroscillator is an impressive toy, with lots of depth to the sensations it creates, but after weeks of playing with it, I came to the realization that I prefer the Jimmyjane Little Steel, which feels remarkably similar. While the Little Steel has less power, it has all the same benefits -- deep sensations, no numbness or soreness, the ability to go for multiples without getting too sensitive -- without the hassle of a wall cord or the soreness in my wrists.

I would recommend the Eroscillator, with the disclaimer that a certain percentage of the population (not me) will always prefer the terrifying power of the Hitachi, and find the Eroscillator lacking. If sheer power is what you're after, this is not stronger than that toy.

The Eroscillator is great for creating arousal, or for building up to a strong orgasm that doesn't leave one's body oversensitive. It's not so great for using in conjunction with internal toys, at least not without the helping hand of a partner.

Finally, if hands free use is required, you're in for a battle. I managed to get mine propped up using a Liberator Pulse turned on its side, but it was neither easy nor ideal. Since I'm capable of holding mine, I stopped experimenting in that direction, but others might have more success, provided they're prepared for the hassle.
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  • Contributor: Lavendar
    thank you
  • Contributor: kitty1949
    Interesting toy, thanks for sharing!
  • Contributor: js250
    Wow---super descriptive and super review!! Thank you !
  • Contributor: unfulfilled
    I love my Eroscillator, it's the one toy that I use consistently. No, I don't have Hitachi.
  • Contributor: kolink
    Great review, I never considered this toy due to its odd design.
  • Contributor: edeneve
    love your humor! thanks for the review.
  • Contributor: haley730
    Thanks for the review!
  • Contributor: GONE!
    Great review!
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    Thanks for your review!
  • Contributor: Bignuf
    Thanks for a great review!!!
  • Contributor: Rosen Rot
    Thanks for sharing!
  • Contributor: Trysexual
    Thanks, great review...I imagine they would sell better in another color
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    Thanks for the great review
  • Contributor: Pixel
    I have to ask...is your title a Firefly reference?
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    Thanks for you review!
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