Tuesday, June 11, 2013

TENS Unit Play

So over the last couple of days we've broken out the TENS unit.  We tried it back in Sexruary (see our post) and really had a good time with it.  I felt like I needed something that would wrap and stay around my penis better if it was going to make me cum.  The pads we had didn't stay affixed well enough to provide all the juice I thought it should.  But Jackie was able to orgasm using the TENS unit and over all the experience for both of us was pretty fun and we wanted to come back to it.

So last week we broke out the TENS unit, made Jackies toes curl and had a great night of sex.  Woo hoo...we love anything that will make our time together better.

Sunday we were at Megaplex, in Austin, and while going through the toys we came across the Zeus Penis Band for TENS units.  We checked it out and decided it would work with our TENS unit and so we got it.  YEAH!!! So of course that night we broke it out to play with it.

OMG TURN IT OFF!!! OUCH! OUCH! OUCH!  Now mind you there are NO instructions what so ever in the box.  No instructions on how to put it on (though it appears pretty self explanatory, I'd like to know where the best positions for the contacts are).  So we put them on and I started turning the device on and it freakin hurt.  This felt like it would spike and spark at random and actually hurt. I mean turn the damn thing off quickly hurt. Remind you I was able to turn it all the way up with the pads, so I'm ok with the 'tingle' you get from the TENS unit, but not this. At 20 I was cringing and turning it off.

So the next day I do some look up and find some reviews on Amazon.  First the couple that somehow succeeded said that you "MUST" use conducting gel, and to quote them, "LOTS of it".  One even warned that it would dry and start to sting/shock before you were finished most of the time.  Every review but one, I can only imagine someone from Zeus put it up, was a 2 out of 5 star with exactly the same issues I had.  So I'm torn between buying a couple of tubes of conducting gel and taking a chance again, or writing it off as a bad toy purchase.  Note these weren't cheap at over $50 for them.  I loved the idea of them, but the real life application was not pleasurable and not what I was expecting.

I'm ok now, I don't think any permanent damage, though that night was over quick and the next day I still had a tingle for 1/2 a day.  I'm really disappointed because I really wanted the anal probe too, but no way in hell I'd get one of those after my experience I had Sunday night.

So if any of you guys have tried a TENS unit successfully I'd love to know what you did to make it work.  I still love the TENS unit, I just want a better success for my efforts.


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