If you’ve ever tried BDSM, you may have experience with electro stimulation, which uses a power source to send electricity through nerves of the body. Electro sex focuses only on electro stimulation, and the shocking (literally) news is it’s becoming popular.
When myWebbsite caught up with gay porn star Blue Bailey, he praised electro sex.
“I like my electro box. I can charge it with a USB. You can put pads on and electricity and shot yourself,” Bailey said. “Anything with electricity I like.”
Stockroom.com offers a variety of electrosex toys, including the . According to the description, this is a lower-priced alternative to the and is more suited to beginners who are electro-play-curious.
“It has lower maximum settings, although can still be intense on its highest settings, however may not be strong enough for hardcore players. Comes with four different glass electrodes,” says Stockroom’s Monica Jean.
“I’ve mostly played with a violet wand,” he said, “but the electricity is more focused. You can get metal attachments, and they hurt like a bitch. I like it.”
The is an attachment for the Neon Wand that transforms you into a human electrode.
Monica says, “you conduct electricity and shock your partner with your touch – finger tips, tongue, etc.”
“There are several attachments for the box,” Bailey explained.
Bailey said he knows about attachments like a butt plug, some stuff to scratch with, and pads and that you can play with the intensity and frequency.
“It can throb,” he said. “You can hook it up to an iPod, and it’ll throb to the beat of the music.”
In addition to the recently added KinkLab Neon Wand, Stockroom.comhas also introduced , which includes a new wand, glass electrodes, the Power Tripper attachment, and metal sensation toys that work with the Power Tripper.
“It all comes in a sleek aluminum case with handcuffs, so you can carry it secret agent style,” says Monica.
Violet wand kits, priced from $450 to $750, are much stronger and also come with an assortment of electrodes and attachments.