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What E-Stim Control Unit(s) do you own?

Poll runs till Tue Sep 11, 2046 12:45 am

E-Stim Systems 2B
182
37%
E-Stim Systems Series 1
27
5%
E-Stim Systems ABox
10
2%
E-Stim Systems Remote
11
2%
Series 2
3
1%
ErosTek ET312
39
8%
ErosTek ET302/301R
7
1%
ErosTek ET212
9
2%
Folsom/PES Unit
6
1%
Electrastim EM140
9
2%
Electrastim EM32
3
1%
Electrastim Flick
5
1%
Electrastim Flick Duo
8
2%
Mystim Box
13
3%
Zeus Box
3
1%
Rimba Box
12
2%
Davey Box
10
2%
TENS unit
65
13%
ElectroPebble
10
2%
ElectroHelix
5
1%
Tens Unit
41
8%
Other
17
3%
 
Total votes: 495

Firefly
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Re: What have you got??

Post by Firefly » Fri Jan 10, 2020 4:18 pm

A 2b



SkyLight
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Re: What have you got??

Post by SkyLight » Fri Jan 17, 2020 10:46 pm

2B box with power cord. TriPhase Cable and conductive loops.

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Re: What have you got??

Post by ClasO » Wed Jan 29, 2020 10:53 am

French built 3rdh device. Flavio bipolar prostate electrode shortened to single pole. Used in combination with penis tip electrode. 8-) 8-)

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Re: What have you got??

Post by mrbutt89 » Wed Jan 29, 2020 11:52 am

I'm interested in knowing how the 3rdh device is. I get the impression it's a bit different from the 2B and ET-312B.

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Re: What have you got??

Post by ClasO » Wed Jan 29, 2020 12:10 pm

Mrbutt: Had it only a couple of weeks, seems very nice!
A more ”gentle”, caressing stimuli than the E2b or tens-unit. Integrated battery and SD-card reader for audio files and presets. Sturdy build.

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Re: What have you got??

Post by mrbutt89 » Wed Jan 29, 2020 4:13 pm

I translated some of their documents for them when they were first getting started. I got the impression then that it went for the more "caressing" style of stimulation. It's a nice looking unit too, although I think I'd prefer knobs to buttons for level adjustment.

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Re: What have you got??

Post by ClasO » Wed Jan 29, 2020 8:00 pm

The knobs are ok but a bit tricky sometimes to find the right one when adjusting level up or down. I like the idea of integrated battery that can be charged. The feel is very nice an can be adjusted in many ways.

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Re: What have you got??

Post by mrbutt89 » Thu Jan 30, 2020 8:36 am

If I remember correctly, the 3rdh unit could not be charged and used at the same time. Perhaps that's changed on the more recent versions? I suppose that's not a problem while the battery's still good, but we all know how rechargeable batteries can deteriorate over time.

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Re: What have you got??

Post by admin » Thu Jan 30, 2020 9:40 am

mrbutt89 wrote:
Thu Jan 30, 2020 8:36 am
If I remember correctly, the 3rdh unit could not be charged and used at the same time. Perhaps that's changed on the more recent versions? I suppose that's not a problem while the battery's still good, but we all know how rechargeable batteries can deteriorate over time.
Its one of the reasons we don't use them at the moment

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Re: What have you got??

Post by ClasO » Tue Feb 04, 2020 8:12 am

Correct , can’t be charged and used at the same time even on new version.
Yes, rechargable batteries have a limited lifecycle but still the most practical an economical alternative. I have spent a lot of money on new ordinary batteries over time. Rechargable also most environmentaly friendly in a long run.

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