Arcwave Ion

Being toted as the closest thing to a female orgasm for men, the Arcwave Ion is not your conventional masturbation device, it is a new way to experience masturbation offering targeted stimulation so you can get the most out of your self-pleasure.

Regarded as the first Pleasure Air stroker on the market, the device uses pulsating airwaves to target the Pacinian pleasure receptors, highly sensitive nerve endings located in the frenulum at the tip of the penis. This new type of stimulation targets these highly sensitive nerve endings, leading to a powerful new type of orgasm.

The Ion also features what they call Smart Silence technology, an advanced Pleasure Air™ sensor that knows when you want stimulation. Based on skin contact, it automatically switches on or off, allowing you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the moment. Speaking of skin, Arcwave’s CleanTech silicone construction is not only hypoallergenic but also very easy to clean with a unique twist to open mechanism allowing users to wash with water. With the brilliant DryTech stick base included in the box, you can dock and charge the device while the silica-infused DryTech packs will work to remove any excess water and keep it clean and dry.

So, the real question is, how well does it work? While I will not give you a detailed rundown of my own experience with the device, let’s just quote what Arcwave says about how it feels – “Testers described a more varied build-up, waves of sensation and a powerful release. Pleasure Air uses pulsating airwaves to suck and massage your penis to a brand-new type of orgasm, one that is not achievable by stroking alone”. To keep it short, not me – our experience, this is an accurate way to describe it and is unlike anything else we have reviewed.

At $229 it is pricey, but one must ask themselves, what are you willing to pay for a whole new experience like any other? Some might say a lot and you should too!

Get yours at https://www.arcwave.com/ca-en/ion#

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