If you don’t know what a Fleshlight is, I’ll explain. Since its launch the Fleshlight has become arguably the best known male sex toy in the world. Produced by Interactive Life Forms the top of the line masturbator has been copied and spawned a host of similar products. Even its own makers have created similar, slightly cheaper products to satisfy a market that isn’t prepared to pay the top-end prices commanded by the Fleshlight. You can see my review of Interactive Lifeform’s cheaper but fun product the Suck You Dry Masturbator here.
The Fleshlight Touch I was sent for review has the “female” opening, i.e. it’s in the shape of a slightly pouting vulva. Despite being soft and yielding the outer form of a Fleshlight does alter the experience the user of the product has when pleasuring themselves. When fully inside the toy you can, to a certain extent feel the form against your groin.
In addition to this your erect penis is stimulated by the texture inside the toy. The “Touch” design reviewed here has row upon row of soft “spikes” that rub and massage your cock as you work the Fleshlight up and down your penis, or indeed thrust your cock into the toy.
The outer part of all Fleshlight consists of a three part hard plastic case, the small cap at the far end of the toy can be loosened and tightened to vary the suction it applies to your member. Before and after use you can dismantle the Fleshlight for easy and thorough cleaning.
In addition to the usual features of the Fleshlight mentioned above this particular model is a Fleshlight Vibro which means you get three waterproof bullet vibrators to insert into the toy to add to the experience.
Now while the Fleshlight itself is a popular and effective means of enhancing the experience of masturbation the three bullets that turn it into a vibrating masturbator do seem like a bit of an afterthought. The bullets are single speed, the instructions for the Fleshlight Vibro informing you that to vary the vibration intensity you should vary the number of inserted bullets. The bullets are only single speed, no patterns, no varying intensities. All of that is not so bad as the vibrations are just part of the experience but what is a little irritating is that the bullets have to be inserted in to the soft Fleshlight insert and turned on before the insert is placed into the hard outer case.
If you don’t get the bullets fully into their pockets in the soft insert they rattle on the case too, which can be a bit off-putting.
In summary, while the Fleshlight is an undoubtedly popular and fun masturbator the Vibro version seems like a bit of a clumsy addition to the range. There’s nothing wrong with the product as such except for the awkwardness but I’d think carefully about paying for the vibrations rather than a perfectly serviceable and cheaper non-vibrating model.