This combo set includes the R-1 controller along with their A10 Cyclone attachment. Batteries are included to get you going right out of the box for a great experience. Please note that this is Rends' new bundle packaging. Everything from the A10 Cyclone Attachment packaging is included with a R-1 controller, but Bach Rotor from the R-1 Starter Kit is not included in this bundle.
|TD Rating||4 of 5|
|# of Holes||One|
|Hole Design||Closed Hole|
|Dimension (L x W x H in.)||No|
|Tunnel Dimension (in.)||No|
|Turn In Value||10% of the purchased price|
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Pros: Sensation, Usability, Quality, Value
Cons: Sensation, Usability, Quality, Value
The device itself is fairly loud, on par with a remote controlled car, so don't expect to be using this thing incognito if that's an issue for you. It also eats batteries fairly quickly, so if you want to use it often, investing in some quality rechargeables would be a wise decision. I've had mine for about two months, and so far I haven't had any issues with the device. I'd say that I've gotten my monies worth out of it, but I'm since it is so expensive, I'm hoping that it continues that way. Some reviews have mentioned that the gears don't last, but so far I haven't had a problem.
The only issue that I've had so far is that the magnets that hold the cup to the motor aren't attached very well, I had to use a bit of superglue to reattach them.
Overall, I love the thing and would recommend it, as long as you're not too large. (Posted on January 30, 2014)
Pros: Sensation, Usability
Cons: Quality, Value
Second, the sensation is great. For the first 2-3 times it's something that you've never felt. But.... You get used to the sensation and it tends to go away. But again, the first 2-3 times, I climaxed harder than I have ever climaxed in my life.
Durability is a huge issue. I've used this device about 30-40 times now, and it's started to break down. For $200, it's not worth it. You're essentially paying $6 a pop.
Long story short, if money isn't an issue, buy it. The first 2-3 times I tried it, it was like nothing I've ever felt before.
But if you're like me, of modest income, and looking for a bang for your buck (no pun intended), it might not be worth it. (Posted on December 18, 2013)
Pros: Sensation, Quality
Cons: Usability, Value