If you’ve read my post on the Eroscillator 2, you’ll know it comes with multiple attachments. I had tried the marshmallow one (actually named the Ultra Soft Finger Tip) and the Grapes & Cockscomb. I sort of got stuck there because I really, really like that cockscomb. BUT, in the name of good research, I decided to push forward and try some more attachments. I pulled out a spoon and a brush.
I had my eye on the absolutely ridiculous looking French Legionnaire’s Moustache. It fit with the whole theme of this toy. Strange in appearance but quite intriguing. Ok. Hilarious in appearance. But after reading the description in the pamphlet that states it is the “ultimate and most sophisticated, next discovery in and outside your vagina,” I couldn’t wait to try. My vagina loves a bit of sophistication.
Not surprising, this silly looking brush attachment is AMAZING. It’s different from any other vibrator I’ve used! I mean AMAZING. Where most vibrator heads/attachments are relatively firm and smooth, this one is so soft to the touch, but the vibrations are still so strong. I was able to climax just with clitoral stimulation again. And, as an added bonus, it didn’t make me flinch away after I came. I could keep going. My nerve endings weren’t on edge and tickly!
This attachment honestly approximates the feelings of oral sex. Crazy, but true. It’s that soft, but intense stimulation. I used it on my clit, down my labia, holding the tip down and letting the bristles flutter either side of me, all amazing. I even tried a bit of anal tease and it felt like a great rim job without the risk of E Coli. Spectacular. The stimulation was so smooth I even told Dr R that he could use it on me! I usually don’t like him to use vibrators because they can be so overpowering, but it think this one could be gentle enough to not wipe away other sensations. I’m super excited to try.
Now that I’ve waxed poetic about a Frenchman’s facial hair, let’s talk about The Golden Spoon. Again, it seemed like an odd shape for a vibrator. It is a cup-shaped head on one side and the other side is a flat plane with small bumps. According to the pamphlet (gotta read my directions…) the cup is meant to “receive and stimulate the clitoris.” Ok. Sounds straightforward enough. It was in positioning the head over my clit I noticed the small bump on the inside of the scoop. Hmmm. Interesting. This nodule holds the key. When placed over your clit, that bump sits RIGHT on the most intense spot. It seems to reach under the hood and hit straight on the nerves. It gives you the best of both worlds. The outside edge does a great job of giving you the deep, round pleasure while that tiny dot gives you pinpoint intensity. Crazy good.
The flat side didn’t do too much for me, personally. Good vibrations. Good to get things warmed up, but not really going to get me off. I tried using it vaginally, but it didn’t do much for me. I’m not really a fan of internal vibes anyway but thought I’d try the new sensations this toy provides. Nope, still not really a fan. They have an attachment specifically designed for internal stimulation. I’ll update you when I try that one!
This toy still surprises the hell out of me each time I use it. It’s quickly rising to the top of my favorites list!