The Eroscillator: A Sci Fi Meets Steampunk Electric Toothbrush For Your Genitals

The Seven Pearls of the Orient

The longest attachment, this one can be used internally (I wouldn't recommend anally). I personally find the shape good for having the base on my clit and the end against my vaginal opening and labia minora. 

The Golden Spoon

It looks like a tiny little vulva, and is one of the many 'cup' shaped attachments that can surround-sound your clitoris or other small body parts like the nipple. 

Ball & Cup Heads

Probably my most used, only because it's simple and the shallower 'cup' feels really nice for me. 

The French Legionnaire's Mustache 

The strangest attachment by far, I still haven't actually used it because I find it to be too bizarre. I'm curious, though - the bristles are super soft and would be amazing for those who love that about electronic tooth brushes. 

Grapes & CocksComb Head

Another really weird name, but an effective shape: this one has some fun and unique textures. 

The Eroscillator: it’s big. It’s got a huge cord. The attachments have bizarre names and look even more bizarre. The color and design are reminiscent of some strange sci-fi/steampunk torture device. It is one of the best vibrators I’ve ever used.

Because this vintage electronic toothbrush ad isn't at all suggestive. 

Because this vintage electronic toothbrush ad isn't at all suggestive. 

The Eroscillator is really apparent in its inspiration: since their inception, people have totally been using electronic tooth brushes as vibrators. There’s a pretty much universal rule – if it vibrates, someone has put it on their genitals and it has felt good. The Eroscillator basically said “electronic tooth brushes feel good, sure, but I can do better” and so it was.

Before the Eroscillator, I only ever had rechargeable vibrators. The moment I got this in the mail, I understood why some people love plug and play vibes: because I could literally just plug it in and go. No charging before being able to use it, no lurking anxiety the battery will die right when I’m about to get off. I felt completely free, aside from needing to be near an outlet. Thankfully my room is both small and really decked out, outlet wise. The Eroscillator cord is also a lot longer than others I’ve seen, and there’s this amazing thing called an extension cord if it’s not enough – it should be, unless you live in a loft or are getting off in a place that doesn’t have enough outlets. Unfortunately, you cannot bring the Eroscillator camping. I totally would if I could.

Rather than having the up-down motion most vibrator motors have, the Eroscillator attachments oscillate. I’ve made videos of each attachment to illustrate what this looks like for each attachment, but they essentially shimmy and shake in a way that is just… I don’t have words for how it feels. The Eroscillator has blown everything else out of the water for me. I even lent out my beloved WeVibe Tango, because I didn’t need it. I stopped obsessively keeping my Tango and Touch charged, and it’s partially because of how convenient plugging in the Eroscillator is and partially because of how amazing the Eroscillator is.

I just can’t drive it home enough: the vibration quality of the Eroscillator is better than anything I’ve ever felt. It’s deep, it’s rumbly, it gets down into the deepest recesses of the internal clitoral structure. It feels like a warm, comfortable blanket.

Now, I will admit that I have the Top Deluxe, which is essentially the step up, super-powered Eroscillator. I have not tried the original or even seen one in person so I can’t compare the two, but you can see Epiphora’s post comparing them here.

I have one qualm with the Eroscillator: it’s mostly that they describe the attachments as ‘silicone elastomer blends’ – but it has been clarified that they just have a core that’s elastomer, with a silicone coating meaning that they are non-porous and sterilizable, except for the ones that are TPR (like the Soft Finger attachment, which I don’t have but which I hear is amazing). This is most likely to save money, but I don’t see why they can’t make the attachments pure silicone at the prices they charge. I know that I’m just being a silicone elitist, but it’s for good reason: because everything should be silicone, as far as I’m concerned. 

My only other concern, really, is how loud it is. It can get pretty loud, which you can hear in the videos to the left. If you don't like loud vibrators or don't want people to think you're getting a buzzcut? You shouldn't get the Eroscillator. 

I also like the shape a lot for solo use, but find it kind of awkward for partnered use. It's not in the way at all - in fact, it's pretty unobtrusive for most sexual positions I can think of. But it's big, and some may find it awkward because of that. It's super easy to hold on to, the controls are easy to comprehend and use (even for my arthritic hands! I can't say that for most vibrators), but if you like to pretend there isn't a machine buzzing away at your genitals while you have sex, this is not the product for you. 

But those are, in comparison to everything amazing about the Eroscillator, minor inconveniences. I would recommend this vibe to anyone in a heartbeat, no questions asked, no hesitations. 

Thanks to Eroscillator for sending me the Top Deluxe in exchange for my honest review. As always, all opinions and writing are my own. 

If you want to purchase your own Eroscillator, here are some options with my Affiliates: 

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