This thing, which I've recently heard compared to a prop from Star Trek, is an NJoy Pleasure Wand. It's about eight inches long, it's heavy (weighs nearly a pound!), the ball on the right-hand side is about an inch in diameter, it's made of surgical stainless steel, and it is without question one of the Coolest. Sex. Toys. Ever.
It even comes in a neat red-lined display box.
And man, this toy can do just about anything. Any kind of sensation you can imagine (and as a seasoned, veteran pervert, I can imagine quite a lot) you can get with this.
Let's start with the obvious uses. The right-hand side is for vaginal penetration, the left-hand side is for anal penetration. As a straight-ahead dildo, it's quite good. The stainless steel warms up very quickly, and it's very smooth. The end is curved, and manages to find the G-spot of everyone I've used it with very nicely. Insert, move vigorously or not so vigorously (as your own personal taste dictates), repeat 'til orgasm. It'll certainly never wear out or need to be replaced, and it does the job quite nicely.
But it's got so much more to offer. Oh, my word, does it have more.
This thing is exactly what the doctor ordered for any mad scientists out there--and I know I have more than a few of you on my friends list. It looks the part to a T; it's hard to show in a photograph just how beautiful this toy is, and it's got that slightly sinister, slightly alien look to it that's always in vogue among mad scientists and evil geniuses everywhere.
It can be used to create and manipulate sensation within your
It's hard but very smooth; the smoothness means that when it's exactly at body temperature, if you move it slowly, it almost doesn't feel like a solid object. If it's moved very slowly and gently, it's more a rush of sensation than a feeling of penetration; one of my partners has described it like feeling a gush of warm liquid, rather than like a hard object.
That's if you move it slowly and gently, of course.
If you move it less slowly and gently, then it feels a bit more like a conventional dildo, except that if your partner is lying on her back and you're holding it so that the end curves upward, it has a quite effortless habit of moving precisely along some very, very sensitive bits inside, with all the effect you'd expect from that. You can even, if you're of a suitably wicked bent, rest the ball precisely against your partner's G-spot and then turn it slightly from side to side, rather than in and out, and move more and more slowly as she gets closer and closer to orgasm, and stop right when she's on the edge. If you hold it still, then she might even be able to come just by contracting around it.
Or not, if you tilt your hand upward slightly when she contracts, bringing the ball away from the inner wall of her vagina. If you do that, she'll just be frustrated and horny.
Not that, y'know, I'm actually recommending that, or anything. I'm just sayin'.
And it's even useful for secret police, interrogators, and space aliens everywhere. If, for example, you were to have abducted an earth human and wanted to probe your captive as part of some kind of weird alien experiment, or if your captive was resistant to most normal interrogation techniques and a bit more persuasion were called for, well, this little implement is just the thing. It can go from "Oh my God I'm going to come!" to "Sweet Jesus, I'll tell you anything!" in just a flick of the wrist, and the transformation is...dramatic.
Should this be the sort of thing that suits your tastes, you might want to tie your partner down first. Again, I'm just sayin'.
One of my own personal favorite things to do is to use it on my partner directly after I've just fisted her. Three or four nice, hard orgasms around my hand is really good at getting the blood flowing and getting all the sensitive bits especially sensitive, when even the slightest touch is almost unbearably intense...that's just the right time to get out the probe. And just...barely...move it.
If you've got your partner tied down for this, might want to have a gag handy, too. You don't want to, y'know, disturb the neighbors or anything; that's just rude.
Just to be perfectly clear on this point: There's no evidence that the people who designed this toy are actually Cylons.