Here is something we came across while performing our “extensive” research on the glorious vr porn topic! While a gentleman is enjoying his virtual blowjob, to make the virtual experience even more real and immersive, he can get one of this baby, a company called Robotic Blowjob ( quite straightforward name eh ? ) has came up with this genius invention. Get it while supply last!
OVERVIEW: Unlike anything else you’ll find on today’s male sex toy market and yet to be copied, the Fun Factory Manta is made for solo stimulation but can be used during couple’s play as well due to its sleek design and powerful functionality. Highly versatile and extremely lightweight, this handheld bad boy wraps its texturized “bat wings” around the shaft of your penis to deliver intense vibrations at a precise location. It’s fully rechargeable too, plus it features a wide range of speed and intensity settings to explore as you enjoy the incredible discretion provided by the compact dimensions.
To further improve the immersion, I have some tips for preparation. Since the VR sex toy Onyx is producing quite some noise, it is best used together with noise canceling earphones. You might also make sure that you are alone at home and you have enough time. Especially in the beginning, it took me a long time to cum, like 15 to 20 minutes. Maybe this was because a mechanized tool is stroking my chunk! However, it starts to feel more natural the more you use it. And finally, use lots of lubricants! This will make the feeling incredibly real. The only real drawback is the high price of about $300. However, the price dropped to $200 so now is your chance on the most elaborate VR sex toy out there! A well deserved first place!
A: You can’t always enjoy playtime in the bath, shower, pool or hot tub and unfortunately, not all male sex toys have the capability to be used around water. This is an extremely important factor to consider, especially if you’re purchasing a high-tech device with electronic components. Products not made to be around moisture can malfunction or break, and most manufacturers’ warranties don’t cover willful negligence.
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