Why have sex when you can simply simulate it? The Electric Eel works much like a robotic condom and slides onto one's manhood using an electric sleeve. A series of electrodes are then shot through the wires, with vibrations helping to create the sensation of penetration. The holder of the remote control is then in the driving seat, determining how much power is sent to the sleeve.
The invention was a real labour of love by its creator Dave Lampert. He originally had the idea in the 1970s but it was not developed until 1983. Surprisingly, the prototype - which was made with sheet metal and wood (ouch) - did not have the desired effect. Later, the Sybian became an internet craze, after Lampert wisely began using softer materials.
We already presented the KIIROO Onyx 2 to you. This is simply a modern piece of art; already the design looks futuristic. If you are wondering: the Onyx is the black box, the dildo-like tool on the right resembles the female counterpart, the Pearl. Initially, the Onyx was just intended to synchronize with the Pearl. After you mount the Onyx on your penis, motions placed on the enclosure are transferred to the Pearl. This way, couples can have sex in e.g. long distance relationships. Gladly, KIIROO got things straight and gave the Onyx the ability to also synchronize with general sexual web content; this includes e.g. live shows but most importantly, VR Sex!
The catch? It has become virtually impossible to select the perfect sex toy due to the overwhelming popularity of them. Sifting through low-quality stuff for hours on end is beyond frustrating, but so is paying money for a device that leaves much to be desired. The solution? A comprehensive list of the 15 best male sex toys in 2019 should be presented to consumers in a totally objective way. Gee, I wonder where you could find something like that.
Depending on what kind of product you buy, the complexity thereof may vary widely. For example, penis pumps and extenders tend to be far more complicated in their overall design than, say, a male masturbator or prostate massager. Figure out your comfort zone while trying to familiarize yourself with the latest and greatest technologies. Keep in mind that sometimes the best product is hidden behind your intimidation of it.
Especially when we’re talking about high-tech sex toys for men, the price tag is usually pretty alarming to guys who are used to spending pennies on pleasure. However, serious sex-perts know that good products cost good money so they seek out devices that come with warranties from the manufacturer. And while that wasn’t and isn’t always available for male sex toys, it’s finally becoming a popular feature on most high-end options. Don’t be afraid to say no to a device that’s not backed by its maker because nobody likes wasting cash.
Your ideal sex toy should be able to perform all the duties you need it to without causing damage to the device or injury to you and your partner. Moreover, using the wrong toy for the kinds of sex you desire could spell immediately, long-term disaster. For example, prostate massagers aren’t typically used for vaginal stimulation and vaginal dildos aren’t always shaped or sized appropriately for anal penetration. For best results, look for one that has a functionality adequate for your intended purposes.
A: Obviously, if you don’t use your common sense and if you ignore the instructions provided by the manufacturer there is a good chance you could get hurt while using a sex toy of any kind. Simply play it smart and avoid dangerous experimentation to prevent injuries and embarrassment. And as always, thoroughly clean yourself and your playthings after every use to reduce the chances of spreading infection.
OK, this is technically not a "toy," but it IS the best lube money can buy. Boy Butter looks, feels and is packaged like supermarket butter! Made from both coconut oil and an organic silicone blend, these two ingredients are homogenized (like real butter is) and last longer than lubricants made from water or silicone, making it ideal for masturbating.