Eden Elements cup attachment - vibrator sleeve by EdenFantasys - review by Jul!a

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Almost Out Of Your Element

This attachment can work very well for you if you're willing to put in a little extra effort. It won't accommodate larger body parts without some extra hands to hold it open, but it does transfer vibrations nicely.
Published:
Pros:
Added texture is nice, vibrations carry easily through the material
Cons:
Hard to cup a number of body parts without extra hands, material feels a little flimsy
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

Big, bulky wands starting to feel like a one trick pony? Add an attachment to change things up and add a little bit of spice to your routine! This is a universal attachment, so it's designed to fit onto a variety of wands. The cup-like shape of it makes it ideal for, well, cupping things. It handles itself well around testicles, breasts, and can even cup the vulva if you stretch the cup just right. The nubs on the inside add some nice texture to the mix as well.

Material / Texture

This attachment is made of TPR, which means it's safer than jelly but not as nice as silicone. It's very soft and flexible; you can easily crumple the whole thing inside of your hand. It's also got a fair amount of stretch to it, and virtually no scent, although the more I stretch it, the more I see what almost looks like small air bubbles inside the material starting to pop and spread. Out of the package it has the feeling to it that it will stick to itself, but after a while and a cleaning or two this seems to go away. Once it loses that sticky feeling, it seems like much less of a lint trap.

Design / Shape / Size

When you first pull this out of the packaging it looks like two cups attached awkwardly together by their sides. A little more investigating reveals one larger, smoother, and more defined cup shape; as well as a flimsier one filled with nubs. The larger one is what you put onto your wands, which must also be of a larger size. The wand I used it on is about 7 1/2" around the head, and this stretched to fit it well, although anything much bigger probably wouldn't work. The cup with the nubs is there to provide you the extra stimulation by cupping and tickling areas you put it on.

It's not immediately obvious what it is, so if you left it lying out it probably wouldn't raise too much suspicion.The small size also means it will travel well, and tuck away without much trouble.

Functions / Performance / Controls

It's difficult to get the nubby cup to actually cup most things without first holding it open. Because of that you get more of a tickling and teasing sensation from the vibrations being passed through the outer edges of the material rather than the nubs meant to provide the extra stimulation to begin with, which may work just fine for you. You can, however, flip the nubby cup backwards and it will stay splayed open along the head of the wand you're using it on. This lets you use the nubs outwardly to tease and tickle the areas you want to stimulate. It's also nice because it creates a soft barrier that helps to carry the strength of the vibrations, but keep them from being as overwhelming as they would be directly on the skin. For extra dampening, you can leave the nubby cup outwards as intended, and then fold it over on itself and have 3 layers of squishy TPR instead of just one or two.

Care and Maintenance

In theory care and maintenance of this attachment is simple and easy; wash it with warm soapy water and let it air dry. Even though it loses some of its lint magnet properties, trying to dry it off may still cover it with extra fibers that you will not want. If you feel the need to use a lube, water-based is your safest bet, but you can do a spot test to see if your favorite lube will get along with it. Once it's dry, store it in a cool, dry, lint-free environment.

Packaging

Packaging consisted of a plastic bag and a plastic insert in the smoother cup to help hold its shape. You can use it for storage if you really want, but it's nothing worth holding onto otherwise.

Experience

I love the idea of this. An attachment to make my wand do extra things?? Sold!! Yet once it was here and in my hands it just felt so lackluster. It kept picking up lint from my bed, which was irritating. I couldn't get it to cup anything other than a low-hanging testicle and the head of a penis without really trying because the shape just wasn't conducive to cooperating on that front. I did really enjoy it as a dampener for my Fair wand because at top strength that one can be a bit overwhelming, and this really helped carry the strength of the vibrations without making me go numb.

For myself, this is closer to a 2 star attachment. It's unlikely that I'll really use it for more than making stronger vibrations easier to handle, but I do love it for that. On its own, it earns a solid 3 stars because it's adequate and has a number of potential uses that work well if you're willing to work with it.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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Comments
  • Moxy4you
    I was looking for a vibrating pussy pump and ran across this thinking it could be a "middle of the road" type of toy. Thanks for the great review, you answered pretty much everything I wanted to know!
  • Jul!a
    Glad to hear it, thanks for reading!
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