Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Pocket Pulse - New Pleasure for Your Penis

If you've read the raves about the Pulse "guybrator," but buying one didn't fit your budget, this is your lucky day. The Pocket Pulse is a smaller, modified, affordable model. At the time of this writing, The Pulse III Solo oscillates and costs $119 from Hot Octopuss; the Pocket Pulse vibrates and costs $85. **Want your own Pocket Pulse?

Use promo coupon code "JP15" for 15% discount on the Pocket Pulse (solo version only, not the remote) and all other products on the site, good until May 28, 2018!

But does the Pocket Pulse work as well as the bigger models? I asked Shamus MacDuff, age 74, to take it for a ride (or two or three or ten). Did he like it? Oh, yeah. Here's what he had to say:


Reviewed by Shamus MacDuff

The Pocket Pulse is a keeper, and the more I use it, the more I love it. It’s a delightful adjunct to solo masturbation, Think of it as a sex toy for penises comparable to the many sex toys for vulvas that focus on the clitoris. A tool for your tool!

I've tried the Pulse III solo, and believe it or not, I prefer the Pocket Pulse. Both produce plenty of vibration on the frenulum but the kind of vibration differs. I especially like that the Pocket Pulse has a vibrating “gripper” across the top that when squeezed down stimulates the ridge of the cock from above.

When I first tried it, I didn’t use any lube (my mistake!), and I think I anticipated that it would give me more of a jolt than it did. Then I added water-based lube, which greatly increased the buzz and the pleasure. (I know, I should have read the directions -- "use plenty of lubricant" -- but the print is minuscule and instructions seemed intuitive.) Adding lube greatly heightened the erotic feeling and led me towards a crescendo.
Pulse III and Pocket Pulse:
size difference

The Pulse III worked either stroking or just holding it in place over my frenulum. The Pocket Pulse, though, requires stroking. Not a problem once I learned I needed to rub it up and down my shaft instead of holding it there. Then Waiting for Godot turned into Rushing Towards Nirvana.

The Pocket Pulse is waterproof and thus very easy to clean or enjoy in the shower. (It would be interesting to use it in the pool, but I don't think my health club would like that.)

I enjoyed it solo, but a big turning point for me was when my sex partner stimulated me with it to an explosive and deeply satisfying orgasm. Hence it is an excellent sex toy for both solo and partnered delight. Also it holds a charge for a long time. Bravo to Hot Octopuss!

[Read other posts by Shamus MacDuff here.]

Note from Mr. MacDuff's sex partner:


You'd think a 74-year-old man would take quite a while to reach orgasm (I'm not complaining, just observing), but not when the Pocket Pulse enters the action! Put it on (whether he's erect or not), turn it on, squeeze for intensified contact, stroke, turn up the vibrations, match the rhythm of his thrusts, and it's orgasm time. If your guy likes hand stimulation but you have wrist arthritis -- or even if you just enjoy giving him a quickie -- the Pocket Pulse may become your best friend!

See reviews on this blog of other Pulse penis vibrators:
Use promo coupon code "JOANPP15" for 15% discount on the Pocket Pulse (solo version, without remote), good until May 14, 2018!



And here's a video I made about all the Pulse products by Hot Octopuss:
 

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