- Requires a lot of lube
- Not waterproof
Intensity Level: 2.5/5 Noise Level: 4/5
I first saw the Sqweel long ago when I began browsing for sex toys online. I never got the initial Sqweel, so I decided to give it a shot when I saw they published a fresh and enhanced version. It’s a non-vibrating sex toy that is supposed to simulate oral sex for those of you who aren’t acquainted with the Sqweel. This oral sex simulator has a wheel with ten silicone tongues that spin a lot like a Ferris wheel instead of vibrations. The Sqweel 2 is certainly distinct from any other sex toy I’ve ever used. Although this toy may be the closest thing to oral sex I’ve had, don’t get it twisted. This isn’t a real language, so it won’t feel like the true thing. If you’re going to use this toy, you’re going to be highly angry when you expect it to feel just like oral sex. I haven’t fallen in love with this toy, and I’d alter many stuff. Whether you still want to try it or not will be entirely up to you. However, I’m happy I’ve tried it. If some things were enhanced to make this toy more enjoyable, I would most probably attempt it again.
Material: The Sqweel 2 body is plastic, but a body-safe silicone is the part of the toy that makes the most contact with your private parts. Silicone is phthalate-free, hypoallergenic, and totally non-porous. Because both silicone and plastic are phthalate-free, it’s almost an odorless toy. The plastic smells like “new,” but with one nice rinse it’s gone.
The tongues of the silicone feel very durable. On the ground, they are soft and pliable. In both directions, you can basically flex them all the way down. I don’t like the firmness of the languages very much. I didn’t believe it was smooth enough tongues. They required to feel much softer and more “skin-like” in my view if they want to feel close to a true tongue anywhere.
The silicone has no texture. To the contact it’s soft, without any drag. I’m surprised that the tongues don’t have any sort of taste-bud impact to make it more realistic.
Although the fabric is very smooth with no drag to it, the silicone tongues are not very smooth so you still have to use a lubricant shit-load. I remain on the secure side and use only lubricants based on water. I don’t want to ruin the silicone at all.
Design, Shape, & Size:
The Sqweel 2 isn’t your average sex toy, it’s fairly evident. It almost sums up a novelty toy’s word, at least in my view. You may have noticed that the toy out there isn’t the most appealing, but it looks very exciting. This toy’s design is likely the reason that a lot of individuals want to try this toy, regardless of your level of knowledge. I can’t say I love the design, but I don’t really see any other way this toy could really have been intended.
It’s a very bulky item, and it’s not the easiest toy to hold in your hand while using it alone. I wouldn’t say it’s all that simple to conceal, and when I’m traveling I’m not sure I’d even consider taking it with me. The plastic cap enables to safeguard the wheel from dust.
Sqweel 2 Measures: 5 inchesx 4 1/2 inches Functions & Controls: At first, the Sqweel 2 may be somewhat difficult and may take some to get used to. First of all, stuff. You will need 3 AAA batteries to spin those tongues. The battery compartment is on the back, it’s very easy to open and close, and the batteries are easy to insert. The next thing you want to do is make sure your Sqweel 2 is locked, so your toy doesn’t come apart while you’re using it. Once these two items have been achieved, your Sqweel 2 is prepared to use.
On the front of the Sqweel 2 there are two buttons that regulate the velocity and direction of the “tongue wheel.” There is a play button with arrows and a button.
The tongue velocity is controlled by the play button. Three speeds are available, each quicker than the previous one. There’s not all a big distinction between the three velocities. I honestly felt like a much slower velocity should have been provided. I believed it was too quick to make it feel more like a smacking feeling.
The arrows on the button controls the direction the wheel is spinning. The Sqweel 2 provides three distinct modes of direction. It spins in the clockwise direction, in the clockwise direction, and then it moves back and forth between the two simulating a leaking movement.
If you ever feel the need to put pressure on the Sqweel, you’re basically out of luck. When I used this, I wanted to apply pressure, but it would almost stop moving entirely. Hold the plus sign button for 3-5 seconds once you’re prepared to switch off the Sqweel and it will shut down. It has no memory whatsoever, so when you switch it off, it won’t remember where it was when you turn it on. Make sure that noise discretion is not a problem whenever you use the Sqweel. The Sqweel is a fairly noisy toy regardless of velocity or direction.
Keeping it clean:
The Sqweel 2 needs a few additional measures not done by your typical sex toys. First of all, it’s not waterproof, so make sure you don’t get any water close the battery compartment when cleaning the toy’s plastic body. I suggest that the plastic base be carefully cleaned with toy wipes. You will first need to press the button on the front of the toy to unlock the symbol to remove the cover to clean the silicone tongues. Then you can readily remove the tongue wheel and wash it with hot water and soap, or clean it with your selection of toy. Make sure to dry it off entirely before storing it after cleaning your toy. When using your Sqweel 2, make sure the batteries are removed to ensure your new toy has a long life.
Packaging: The Sqweel 2 is simply packaged in a packaging of cardboard / clamshell. The toy can be seen through the packaging, and it says’ ORAL SEX TOY’ in large letters on the front of the package. It is not at all discreet and not perfect for storage with that being said. It also comes with a tiny pamphlet of guidance that comes in 8 distinct languages, as well as telling you how to use and clean the toy.
to be all that soft, I’m not sure I would really describe this toy. For me, if I didn’t use enough lube, it was very awkward. You really have to use a lot of lubricant to get that slick feeling or it’ll just feel like your clitoris is smacked. It wasn’t exactly a painful experience, but it might be very painful if you don’t lube it with a slick water-based lubricant. I always apply vibrator pressure, but since it’s not a vibrator, you’ve got to take your time and let the fingers stroke your clit softly. Slowly building yourself up to an orgasm is best. I’m a bit sensitive downstairs, so other users might actually enjoy the smacking feeling I didn’t really like. Using around the anal area is also pleasant. Indeed, I was amazed how much I liked it.
In the future, I intend to attempt some of the distinct wheels in the hope that I will find one I like better than this one.