The Kiiroo Onyx 2 is a solid successor to the their popular Onyx male masturbator. With this upgraded model, Kiiroo touts its speed, quietness, and longevity compared to their original. However, their price point has increased as well, putting this firmly in line with the Fleshlight Launch. But, how does it stack up against the king of hands-free male masturbation? Let’s find out.
Kiiroo Onyx 2: Examining Design Specs
When compared size-wise to the Fleshlight Launch, the Kiiroo Onyx 2 is quite diminutive. The guts are no small potatoes, but it is by far lighter and much more discreet.
Another difference between the two is that the Onyx does not need the addition of a Fleshlight sleeve. Conversely, there is a textured sleeve (a Fleshlight SuperSkin Sleeve) that is inserted into the unit. Additionally, the inside of the Onyx 2 does not pump, as the Launch does. Instead there are almost a dozen rows of rings that contract and simulate motion.
Not needing to move a secondary device with the main device means that this male masturbator motor and battery can be far smaller. While smaller, it will also provide a comparable “thrusts per minute” count compared to alternatives, and with similar charge times.
There is one big problem with not being able to change sleeves however. If you ever want to try to sensations, a Fleshlight Girl, or train your sexual stamina with the STU Fleshlight, you can’t.
In the end, the Onyx 2 is a far more minimalist male masturbator, and if discretion is a priority, it is the clear winner compared to the Launch.
Kiiro Onyx 2 Functionality
On the front of the Onyx 2 is a power button. Above the power button there is a strip that is touch sensitive. This strip controls the motor speed when in manual mode versus interactive. There is also a rubber capped micro USB charger. With the rubber on the bottom of the device, it stands on its own.
First Use of the Onyx 2
Much like any other male masturbator that comes with a rechargeable battery, the Kiiroo Onyx 2 requires charging up before use. Yes, it comes with some charge, but it’s not a full charge, and you don’t want your first session to be cut short prematurely, do you? When you unbox the Onyx 2, plug it right in and then forget about it for a bit.
When you remove the rubber cap from the toy, the top section is exposed. From here, you must remove the outer rom to add the Fleshlight SuperSkin. Once you have done so, cap the plastic section back on top. This will hold the sleeve in place when using the device.
The next steps are all up to you. Switching it on puts the device in manual mode. This allows you to control the speed at which the coils constrict via the strip on the front’s touch sensitive technology. Alternatively, you can find some interactive pornography. The Onyx will sync up, just make sure to utilize plenty of Fleshlight lube!
“We have reason to believe that man first walked upright to free his hands for masturbation.”-Lily Tomlin
Now if you decide to take the interactive route, you are going to need to install the Feel Me application. It is available on the Google Play store and the App Store as well, and works on any smart Android or Apple device, including tablets.
Once you have the app installed, pair your device with the app, and then follow the instructions and find a site that provides interactive porn, such as PornHub. You will need to pair the app with the site or service being used. However, that is an easy process, and is no more difficult than scanning a QR code.
Experiencing the Onyx 2
Can the Onyx 2 compare to a real vagina? No, no it can’t. I’ve got mixed feelings about how it feels. When compared to the Fleshlight Launch (its only real competitor in the space), it is smaller and far lighter. Comparatively, it will not provide the level of “realisticness” in the experience. When discussing teledildonics experience is key.
Now, if there were no products to compare it to, it would be the most incredible automasturbatory(did I make up a new word?) experience in existence. However the combination of the SuperSkin sleeve and the contracting rings along the inside don’t hold a candle to the sucking and pulling motion provided by a quality Fleshlight and the Launch.
Onyx 2 vs Fleshlight Launch
It is very much worth pointing out that the Kiiroo Onyx 2 is extremely discreet, and is incredibly quiet in comparison to alternative electronic masturbators. From our testing of current and previous versions, we can confirm that it is also far quieter while being more powerful than the original Onyx.
The battery power is impressive as well, lasting a little over an hour of use, and then another few hours when plugged into the USB cable directly. This device is definitely capable of one of the most incredible orgasms you’ve ever experienced outside of a warm legit hole to put your member. However, the price point may drive some away.
Overall Verdict of the Onyx 2
At ground level, the Kiiroo Onyx 2 is a sleek, beautiful piece of machinery capable of some of the most intense artificially-constructed orgasms you will ever have. Compared to other male sex toys, it is hard to beat. Compared to the Fleshlight Launch, it’s not quite as pleasurable.
The Onyx 2 is far lighter, far quieter, and far more convenient. There is no need for a second piece, and it is far simpler to set up, use, abuse, and clean up after the fact.
When paired with interactive content instead of manual mode, the Onyx 2 provides intense orgasms, and is a wonderful toy to use alone or with company. Pair this with virtual reality porn, and you’re taking things to the next level.