Subtitled the “Sure Shot” (referring to this masturbator’s internal patterning) this tiny, literally pocket sized male masturbator is slightly smaller than a pool ball. In which case you might wonder how you actually use it? As dreadful 1950s commercials might say, “That my friend is courtesy of the wonders of modern plastics!”
What we have here is a soft plastic elastomer masturbator delivered to you in a hard plastic shell that makes it portable and practical. When it first arrives the shell is covered in a plastic wrapper with all you need to know about the Zolo Pocket Pool Masturbator printed on it.
Inside the package you’ll find the masturbator, some “lotion” (lube) and, well that’s it. The highly stretchy masturbator is round with a single opening, the concept being that it stretches around your penis when masturbating and adds a new sensation and stimulation to the act of onanism.
Hang on a minute, haven’t we seen all this before? Of course we have, in the Tenga Egg products. Like the Tanga eggs these products can if you wish be used more than once, though the manufacturers would probably prefer you not to. They can be easily washed out and air-dried so that with a squirt of fresh lubricant you’re good to go again. They will of course split after a few uses so don’t look upon this as a one-time purchase.
I have to say that although the Tenga eggs weren’t the greatest of masturbators they do the job and are fun. They make a change from unassisted masturbation and stretch nicely around your cock in use. The Zolo does have a lot in common with the Tenga Eggs. Firstly they are stretchy, but they seem to stretch unevenly so the stimulating star pattern inside seemed to get lost as the material became paper thin over the tip of my penis. The pattern on the inside of the masturbator isn’t very distinct anyway so the stimulating effect was minimal.
So overall, “Meh!”
Zolo Pocket Pool Summary
I’m sorry to say that I wasn’t blown away by the Zolo Pocket Pool Masturbator. Maybe one of the other patterns “Rack ‘em”, “Corner Pocket”, “8 Ball”, “Susie Que” or “Straight Shooter” would have tickled my fancy a little more but I can’t say £8 for the Sure Shot would be a good buy for me.