Fleshlight Vibro Cyclone Review

February 24th, 11   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   1 Comment
Fleshlight Vibro Cyclone

The packaging for the Vibro

The Fleshlight Vibro Pink Lady Cyclone is one of the two “Fleshlight Vibro” texture toys that Fleshlight manufacturers that this Sex Toys store sells. The Vibro is a vibrating version of the ever-loved Fleshlight product. Since this is the Vibro version, it comes with a lot more accessories than your average Fleshlight. The Fleshlight plastic casing is about ten inches tall, and the sleeve itself is made from SuperSkin which is supposed to be a realistic-feeling material. The orifice on this sex toy is the “Lady” which is basically a vagina. The Vibro also comes with the Gun Metal-colored case which is basically more of a gray-color than the black color that comes with most Fleshlights.

The Fleshlight Vibro Cyclone comes in a metal tin. This metal tin is about a foot tall. This tin can be kept for storage use if you’d like, but since the outer case is plastic, there’s no reason to keep this case unless you own multiple Fleshlights and need this case to identify the texture. This Fleshlight comes with the plastic case (and the bottom and top lid), the Superskin sleeve, three bullet vibrators, replacement batteries for the bullet vibrators (so you get two sets of batteries per bullet vibe), instructions for using the Vibro aspect, instructions for care and usage of the Fleshlight aspect, and a small sample of lubricant. All of this can be a bit of a pain in the butt to fit into the tin at once, but it will all fit.

The plastic case is actually really neat. Like I said, this comes in an off-black color because it’s the Vibro version. Aside from that, it matches all other Fleshlight cases. This means that the case comes with little ridges along the shaft to make it easy to grip the handle – even if your hands are lubricated. It also comes with a little plastic lid that keeps the Superskin sleeve from picking up lint and dust when not in use. Along with all of this, it also comes with a little twist-cap on the bottom of the Fleshlight that allows you to adjust the pressure really nicely. On some settings, the twist cap can actually get a bit loud (and clangy) during use, but for the most part, the twist-cap does a great job of making no pressure or a lot of pressure (for the best sensations).

Fleshlight Vibro Cyclone

The Fleshlight itself

The Cyclone texture is basically diagonal ridges throughout the inside of the sleeve. The orifice is pretty tight, but then the ridges get a bit looser at the entrance, and the ridges get slowly tighter towards the end of the sleeve. However, since the ridges don’t seem to get tighter until the fifth or sixth inch in, I would probably say that the majority of guys with average lengths of a penis won’t get to experience the tighter aspect of the ridging.

The boyfriend ranks this texture up there in his top five or six Fleshlight textures. He says that, while it isn’t amazing, it’s still a solid texture that’s definitely pleasurable. It could easily get him to orgasm with no problem. He says that the texture itself is a little loose, but it’s nothing the pressure cap at the end couldn’t fix mid-use. He compares it to the Super-Ribbed texture saying that they both feel about the same, but the Super Ribbed texture happens to be a lot tighter than this one is.

The vibrating function of the Fleshlight Vibro Cyclone is actually pretty unique. I don’t think I would have thought of this myself. The sleeve has been especially-made to have three little holes around the orifice (entrance) where bullets can slip into the sleeve. The bullets each have a little power button, and it’s easy to turn on the bullets after you’ve slipped them into the sleeve. The sleeve then can be slipped into the plastic case like usual. The Fleshlight then can be used like you regularly would. However, keeping in mind that the bullets are none in the sleeve which is inside the plastic case, you have to interrupt using of the Fleshlight to turn the vibrating function on or off. (You have to interrupt it and actually tear apart your toy, actually.)

Fleshlight Vibro Cyclone

The vibration accessories

The boyfriend is unsure how he feels about the vibrating function. He says that, while unique, he feels like it doesn’t add much to the Fleshlight itself. He says he sees how it could be an amazing addition if you’ve tried a vibrator on your penis and loved it. He also says that those who end up orgasming with these toys in a short period of time (a couple minutes or so) would probably like it. However, he says that, because of how long he takes to orgasm, the vibrations are actually a bad thing. Because they continue to vibrate the entire time he is using the Fleshlight, they end up making his penis numb instead of being more pleasurable. He adds that he could, officially, turn them off, but because turning off the vibrations requires actually removing the sleeve from the plastic casing, taking out all of the bullets, then reinserting it, he says that that’s not a viable option without actually interrupting use of the Fleshlight.

Because of the unique material, the Fleshlight Vibro Cyclone is only compatible with water-based lubricants. Silicone-based lubes will degrade the material. Along with that, regular soap will actually degrade the material as well. I recommend using really hot water, or if you’d like, some of the Flesh Wash cleaning product. This sleeve should be stored in the plastic case, and if you’d like, the plastic case can be stored in the metal tin to help keep it apart from other Fleshlight products that you own. The sleeve itself will pick up a lot of lint and other fuzzies if not kept out of direct touching with anything.

When I asked him to give a final “decree”, he says that the texture is great, but not amazing, and that he doesn’t feel like the vibrating function is worth the extra cost. However, the Cyclone isn’t (as far as I’m aware of) available without the Vibro, so that’s a moot point. Along with that, if you’d enjoy the vibrations more than the boyfriend did, it’s probably worth the cost. I just wish Fleshlight could find another way to add vibrations that were easier to turn on/off. However, I can’t even begin to think of a way, so I guess I can’t blame them. Thanks to SexToy.com for sending me this male masturbator for my Fleshlight Vibro Pink Lady Cyclone review. They also sell vibrators as well.

1 Comment on "Fleshlight Vibro Cyclone Review"

Queen Cat says...
February 24th, 2011

Great review! I wanted to know what this Vibro Pink Lady Cyclone was like, and you provided me the needed info.




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