I've always been curious with electro-sex. I love strong vibes, & direct stimulations, so this e-stimulator may be perfect.
It comes with 4 self-stick pads, a cord that plugs in to the unit & snap on to the pads, the controller, & a battery that looks like a very large watch battery, so that in itself made me question the power. If you have ever experienced a professional grade electroshock item, I'll tell you that the Shock Therapy Limited Edition Kit is not even a quarter as powerful as those, & is not intended to be. Read the instructions carefully! It states on them that you have to have all 4 pads on you to be able to feel the shocks, & that's very true. The instructions also tell you that this should be used externally, & not on the genital areas. Well, ok. Kind of defeats the purpose of electrosex, like it says it's for on the box, but, I'm going to recommend you follow the instructions.
The pads come on a clear plastic film, which you need to keep and reuse. They can also be washed & put back on the plastic films, & maintain their stickiness, for a while at least.
I inserted the battery easily, & then played with it a bit. There are 2 switches & 1 dial. The top right switch says IN/OUT. On the IN position, the hand unit becomes the shocker itself. Meaning, the center of the hand unit is conducting the charge. On OUT, the electricity goes to the cord for the pads. The switch on the top left says SLOW/FAST which controls the speed frequency of the electric impulse. The dial on the bottom turns it on, & controls the strength.
I tried the hand unit first, & wow!! That came thru pretty strong on the egg-shaped center piece. OK, if that works well, how about the pads? I decided to try these on my legs. All 4 pads strategically placed on my sensitive upper leg muscles. 2 of the pads seemed to work decently, & on high, I definitely felt the pricks of electricity. A little intense, & stimulating, but, again only from 2 pads. Then I tried them on my upper inner thighs. Nope, 2 pads still not working. I decided to try them with 2 pads on my upper legs, and one on each breast. I moved the ones on my legs to my breasts, & the other ones that didn't seem to work on my legs. Again, I played with the settings, & felt the impulses on my breasts with the 2 pads that were working, & the other 2 weren't. So, unfortunately, I can't recommend this item for any serious person wanting to try e-stimulations.