If you love oral sex, you've probably wished for multiple tireless tongues to bring you pleasure. This toy aims to please with 10 silicone tongues! Not a vibrator, the battery-powered oral sex simulator has three speeds powering small tongue-shaped soft silicone flickers, which offer milder to stronger sensations as well as reversible and flicker modes. 360° rotation lets you experience the delights of cunnilingus even if you're playing solo, or add an oral-esque touch to penetrative sex. Use it to add sensual licking sensations on other parts of the body -- nipples, perineum, scrotum, anus or head of the penis -- anywhere a flicking, tongue-like sensation is desired. Add water-based lube or a sensation cream for even more fun. Tongue wheel is removable for cleaning; wipe the inside of the case with a damp cloth.
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I have conflicting feelings about the Sqweel. It's definitely a change of pace from vibrators, and it is able to get me off, so no complaints there. However, the toy itself has several problems that make it hard to justify using over a vibrator:
-The movement of the tongues causes lube to evaporate quickly, and the toy isn't nearly as pleasant-feeling when the lube's all gone.
-The Sqweel cannot do pressure; even on the higher settings, pushing it in too hard will cause the tongues to slow down considerably. If you find the sweet spot where it still goes fast while applying pressure, it feels like a vibrator, making the "oral sex" gimmick pointless. If your anatomy has your clit relatively buried, Sqweel is probably not the toy for you.
-2 of the 3 flicker modes don't do anything for me. The standard forward mode feels fine, but the reverse mode is more irritating than pleasurable. The alternating mode is an unsatisfying compromise between the two.
Overall, this does its job, but it doesn't do it particularly well, so I give it 3 stars.