I received the TENGA Air Tech Twist Tickle Masturbator Cup as a part of the Pleasure Panel round from Bondara via Cara. As someone who enjoys TENGA products I was looking forward to testing this particular product.
So the TENGA Black Flip Hole Masturbator. I’ve wanted one of these for a long, long time since I stumbled across the concept 3 years or so ago while browsing Lovehoney.co.uk (also available from Lovehoney USA).
So after a short hiatus I have dived back into the muddy pool of sex toy reviewing and contacted the lovely Cara Sutra via her Pleasure Panel group and was lucky enough to receive the TENGA Air Tech Twist Cup Ripple Masturbator...
JustJess: We received the TENGA Zero Flip Hole Penis Masturbator from Lovehoney in exchange for our open and honest review.
By SqueakyBedsprings: It was pure aesthetics that drew me to the TENGA Iroha Mini Sora Mikan Vibrator (available from MEO.de), especially the “Sora-Mikan” colour.
By Candy Snatch: He very much enjoys the sensation of menthol shower gels etc and the TENGA Egg Wavy Cool Edition comes with a menthol gel which cools on contact with the skin. Just the thing to cool down on a hot summer night.
By Joanne's Reviews Well after reviewing the Tenga Egg Silky it was on to the TENGA Egg Twister to see how it fared, as I was ‘Kermitted’ to do this sex toy justice with my review. In the light of #FrogSpawnGate the pressure was on to give a true and accurate assessment of its capabilities.
By The Big Gay Review I recently read a review for the TENGA Egg Silky in which the reviewer had simply decided they didn’t like the product, because of how it looked/felt in the hand. At no point did it ever go any where near any genitalia, nor was it actually used for its intended purpose. That is just not cool. So I dived into my toy box and found that I actually had not one, but TWO Silkys knocking around from previous purchases – so I decided that I would crack them open (get it, crack… eggs… haha) and give them a good beating (sigh).
By Joanne's Reviews I have to admit that the TENGA Eggs had me totally confused. "What are they?" and more importantly, "how do they work?" were the biggest questions on my mind. After reading two recent reviews that were somewhat negative even though the reviewer didn’t actually use them I thought that the time was right to put those questions to bed by reviewing some.
By Kev Blisse At the core there was a plastic sheath which holds some lube and instructions for using the egg for its intended purpose. The core on this one looks different, it’s a spiral of thin lines that wind all around the inside. It looked less scary than the clicky interior but it didn’t fill my heart with joy or other parts with lust. I was merely relieved it didn’t look like frogspawn.
By Kev Blisse What I saw seemed to me to be an inside full of frogspawn and that was a deal breaker for me, at a young age I fell into a lake full of the stuff getting it up my nose, in my mouth, even in my ears and it was disgusting and horrid and vile and the sight of the stuff churns my stomach. Hence this toy getting a flying lesson and a swift filing under B for bin.
By Scandarella There are literally dozens of different textures to choose from, each of them having a tell-tale name as to what you can expect, such as, Wavy, Twister, or Lover’s Heart to name but a few. We were given the opportunity to try out the TENGA Egg Shiny.
by Hella Rude Vibrating massagers don't usually rank high on my must-try sex toy list but when it came to Tenga Iroha Yuki Vibrator, I've very much made an exception. The unusual 'snowman' shape and squishy releastic texture had me cooing during the development stage, when I was privvy to a sneaky pre-release pawing. Unfortunately I hadn't found time to review it until now and it has to be said, I wasn't disappointed.
Although the iroha Mikazuki box is sleek and minimal, it’s also still fairly masculine in presentation. It doesn’t bother me in the slightest - I am all for either unisex or non-specific gender in anything at all - but if you’re expecting pink fluff and flowers you may be disappointed. As I say, the minimal presentation is my first choice, so - perfect. The vibrator however, looks like a banana! Every time I see this toy I get the minions banana scene running through my head. So, erm, thanks for that TENGA.
The first sign that this might not make it to my quick grab collection of toys was when I turned out the inner plastic ball from the outer elastomer sleeve which has the finger loop on and opened the battery compartment. Batteries are included - yay! It takes watch batteries - nooooo. Ugh. Well, I guess it’s to be expected from a small spherical vibrator really. 3 x LR44. That's the other thing - elastomer? Not silicone? This sheath is more than likely porous which isn't great if you want to be certain of an absolutely hygienic toy even after repeated uses/washing. It's probably saved TENGA money in manufacture but cost them in the quality department. Next time, silicone please!
To use the Tenga Flip Hole you just slip it out of the U shaped holder that keeps it together during storage, and you have a sleeve that literally can be flipped open to reveal the inner lining. Place the two sides together again and the man’s penis is inserted into the entrance hole. It’s a good idea to coat the inner lining and yourself with some of the included lubricant before you start, so it stays pleasurable instead of uncomfortably chafing. Yes, you get some free Tenga lubes with this masturbation sleeve too. Three Tenga Hole Lotions; water based lubricants in Real, Mild and Wild.
The Yuki, thanks to the inner squishiness, feels different to using a silicone vibrator or another material. My first thought when I held it was that it's quite like a marshmallow. A marshmallow vibrator. Comfortable!