The Meiki no Syoumei 01 Maria Ozawa edition has created one of the biggest buzz in the Japan adult toy industry since its launch. This Meiki Ozawa's patented material is the closest thing compared to human skin that one can purchase in the toy market.The mold for Meiki no Syoumei Maria Ozawa was produced by scanning Maria Ozawa's entire clitoris and vagina (most masturbators only replicate the clitoris).
Everybody here at ToyDemon was blown away by the realism and the attention to detail of this Meiki. Also included is the Maria Ozawa Love Potion.
*Use only water-based lotion or lube with this product.
|TD Rating||5 of 5|
|Material||PVC (phthalate free)|
|# of Holes||One|
|Hole Design||Closed Hole|
|Dimension (L x W x H in.)||6.5 x 4 x 4|
|Tunnel Dimension (in.)||No|
|Special Features||AV Actress|
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|( 14 )|
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|( 5 )|
|1 star :||
|( 9 )|
Pros: Sensation, Usability, Quality
Cons: Usability, Quality, Value
For the price, the Ozawa just isn't worth it. Get the ZXY instead. (Posted on January 20, 2015)
Pros: Usability, Quality
Cons: Sensation, Value
The texturing is incredible so they got that right. My Ozawa doesn't have the offset issue or thin material problems I've seen reviewers have. It does have an odd industrial smell though which seems to be par for the course. Not overwhelming but noticeable.
I purchased the ZXY, Ozawa and Up at the same time. The ZXY has horrible separating problems with the inner lining, the Up has almost no internal surface texturing (the contours are there but the surface is almost smooth like a fleshlight) so the Ozawa was my last best hope for peace (or piece as it were).
Little bits of material have started coming off the interior surface, which I guess some is to be expected. The slight splitting at the entrance is not terrible but having to hold it open to properly clean and dry it leaves me guessing just how soon it will finally tear all the way into the inside.
So overall: the sensation is better than the other sleeves I have. The ZXY was incredible as well until the inner lining split and separated. So it was a tie between the MO and the ZXY for a while between which had that "damn! that feels good" factor. The MO does feel incredible.
I feel that for the price point, the Meiki's should have a far greater durability than has been experienced. I'm careful about taking care of my gear/toys when it comes to maintenance, cleaning and storing. I bought those Meiki bags so I could keep each one in its own and used corn-starch inside and out. The material is soft but flakes to easily. Whatever substance that is causing the smell (out of the box and continuing to this day) from the material is a mystery.
I won't ever buy another Up/Down or ZXY (horrible construction) and unless they drop the price for such a poorly made product I won't buy another MO. At this point, 3 out of 3 being bad or having issues, I don't think the Meiki line deserves my business. Maybe it was inadequately trained personnel, bad molds, bad material or just a casual disregard for proper QA. I just know for $300 I got 3 products that don't meet the quality/value threshold I expected from Meiki.
Lot's of hype about their products as others have mentioned but in the real world their product just doesn't live up to it.
Maybe at a $20-$40 range, but at $80, no way. (Posted on January 15, 2015)
Pros: Sensation, Usability
Cons: Quality, Value
Pros: Sensation, Usability, Quality, Value