- Circuit: A complete flow of electricity going from the positive electrode to the negative electrode.
- Electrode: Two wires come out of the electrical unit. One wire has a positive electrical charge and one wire has a negative charge. The pin at the end of the wire is called the electrode.
- Folsom: A manufacturer of high quality Electrosex electrical units. Eros Tek and Folsom use the same banana-style electrodes for connecting to accessories.
- Uni-Polar: Mono-Polar accessories are often referred to as Uni-Polar.
Cleaning & Care
Electrode items should be cleaned after every use. For safety, any electrode that is used anally should not be re-used in the vagina or urethra. It is recommended that you use 90% water and 10% household bleach for effective cleaning, with a few drops of mild dishwashing liquid added. Be sure to rinse out completely and blow or drip-dry.
What is Electrosex?
By applying a safe level of power, electrosex toys send orchestrated pulses of energy into your body and genitals. This brings you heightened levels of sensation, pleasure and even orgasm. When you supply the right electrical signals to the body’s nerves, the recipient can feel some amazingly erotic sensations.
You might feel different sensations like throbs, tickles, strokes, waves, flutters and squeezes. Send these signals to various parts of the body such as the clitoris, pussy lips, anus, prostate, cock or balls. A guy can generate climbing waves of pleasure and blow his load without ever touching himself. A woman can set up an electro-dildo to pulsate and throb like she’s being fucked. Electrosex takes experimentation, timing and some practice, but this is why it’s so exciting.
There are 2 major components when it comes to creating your electrosex experience.