Steamerpoint wrote:Hi guys,
Just registered here and thought I would say hi.
I am aware that E-Stim Systems Ltd produce their own E-Stim products and would imagine that they have setup this forum to help customers discuss their products, but I notice that there is no mention of any of the other major brands like Erostek, Rimba etc. Are threads/ posts about other brands deleted by the moderators are is it just that these subjects just haven't come up in conversation yet.
I own a Erostek ET-312 unit and am very pleased with it, though I have had no experience with any other power boxes so can't really compare them.
The reason I registered was to discuss ideas and to establish what the best setup is in terms of rings, electrodes etc.
Incidently, where do most people shop for these items? I have had a quick look at the online shop on E-Stim Systems, but they don't have much in the way of conductive cock rings other than conductive straps or bands.
As a straight guy, I have never tried anal sex and can't imagine to to be much fun from the receivers point of view, yet I notice loads of electrode butt plugs! Why, unless I am missing something here.
Can these butt electrodes give pleasure? Well I guess they must because they seem expensive and I can't imagine people parting with that kind of money if they don't! Next question is do they work with straight guys too? Is there such a thing as an anal orgasm in guys? God this must sound really dumb, but hey someone needs to ask the question!
Also, why are electrodes so expensive? In fact the whole subject tends to be quite expensive.
Get them to contact us!!. E-Stim will probably never be 'mainstream' for the majority of our users. Dildo's are mainstream thats why every man and his dog is making them. But when you get into a more specilised area like E-Stim, the investment in getting it right turns many companies looking for a fast buck away..Yesterday I popped into our local adult shop to ask what electrodes they had and was told that they didn't have any and I should try looking online. Maybe it's the price again that makes this hobby less than mainstream?
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