Size (D × W × H inches): 2.72 × 2.72 × 6.10
Insertion Length (inches): 5.80
Insertion Width (inches): 1.77
Weight (lbs): 0.46
Other Specs: Disposable, Prelubricated
Materials: Insert Sleeve: Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE)
Lubricant Ring: PU
Lubricant Ring Lubricant: Water, Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Sodium Polyacrylate, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Hydroxypropyl Beta Cyclodextrin, IPBC
Internal Lubricant: Water, Glycerin, Sodium Polyacrylate, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Hydroxypropyl Beta Cyclodextrin, IPBC
*Lubricants certified by EU Directive 76/768/EEC toxicological assessment.
The rim kinda sucked! First use a weird piece of foam with lube came off on me and weirded me out… definitly not going to be a return customer
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The TENGA AIR FLOW CUP.
I didn't think anything could top the ORIGINAL VACUUM CUP. That sucker brought me bliss in minutes. But this... Oh, baby. The AIR FLOW CUP is a whole other level of satisfaction. The air chambers inside made this CUP feel more gentle than its predecessor, even though the texture looks more aggressive. As I dove into it, the way the Air Chambers pushed back felt enveloping and really helped to stimulate me, The internal nubs rubbed and massaged against me at just the right places. and the signature TENGA Vacuum worked so well here that it bought me to one of the most satisfying climaxes I've had in recent history. In so many ways is this CUP improved over the ORIGINAL, but I'd only ever use this *so* often, because I might just get addicted if I had a stockpile of these.
So I have read that the egg disposables can be used 3-5 times. Considering that this product seems better in a way does it offer more uses? How many times can this be used?
I bought the original cup and the air flow. Used the original first since the other one (air flow) had more “features”. The original cup was amazing. Perfectly functional, satisfying me each time. It left wondering what the air flow would bring to the table….
I thing it had a defect or something. It was almost always dry, it never stroked (never squeezed me) and it took forever to do its job. I’m not complaining, but I think it wasn’t all that it was supposed to be. I will continue buying the original cup and try others, but the air flow left much to be desired. Thanks guys.
The 5 stars are for the original cup. The air flows gets a one, sorry.