I was sent the Sqweel 2 by Crimson Princess in exchange for my honest opinion. All I know about this toy is that the original version had TPR tongues, whereas this ‘improved’ Sqweel has silicone ones.
As the Lovehoney branded packaging claims, this toy is supposedly “the world’s best selling Oral Sex Toy.” This kind of marketing is a bit presumptuous in my view, because maybe it has sold lots of units. That’s great for Lovehoney. But does it get the job done? Please read on to find out!
Taking Sqweel 2 for a spin
I unboxed the white and pink plastic contraption and rummaged for some triple AAA batteries. You need 3 to power the Sqweel 2. Batteries added, I could fiddle with the controls to see and feel those 10 tongues in action. Oh, that’s after I removed the pink plastic lid that acts as a dust cover.
The large ‘play’ button switches Sqweel 2 on, and those flickery tongues start revolving around anti-clockwise. If you press the play button another time, you will increase the speed of the rotations. There are 3 speed settings all together. Against my fingertip I find the tongues a bit ticklish, leading me to wonder how are these meant to simulate oral sex? There’s no suction which is something I like when I have oral sex.
Interestingly the tongues can rotate clockwise too; just press the switch to the right of the ‘Play’ button. I must say that feels more stimulating. The caveat being that whilst on the lowest speed you cannot hold it tightly against you, otherwise the tongues don’t really rotate so well.
Water-based lubricant is a good idea with the Sqweel 2, otherwise those tongues can be just plain draggy. Especially since there are seams on the underside of the tongues. These did end up chafing my skin on the side of my nipple, which wasn’t the kind of teasing I was after.
You can also make the tongues alternate back and forth with another press of the smaller switch. This function kind of perplexes me. It just does not mimic oral sex at all!
Maintenance of the Sqweel 2
When you’ve finished being lapped at by those flappity silicone appendages, you can take off the front plastic cover. Push the plastic slider to the ‘unlock’ position, and slide the cover up. The wheel of tongues can be removed from the spindle and you can wash all the gunk from them, before leaving them to dry and replacing.
Then just replace the cover, and flip the slider to the ‘lock’ position.
Final thoughts on the Sqweel 2
I’m not so keen on toys that use batteries generally. They are an extra cost to factor in, and usually battery powered toys have less ‘oomph’ than their rechargeable counterparts. There is also the noise factor. The Sqweel 2 is noisy enough when the tongues rotate anti-clockwise. Changing direction seems to increase the noise level, and introduces a clunky sound too. I have far better oral sex simulators that give me orgasms. Bottom line, the Sqweel 2 really does not cut it for me. Whether I hold it so that the tongues stroke up my clitoris, down it or across it. It mimics a bit of foreplay, but sadly it just doesn’t live up to its name.
The Sqweel 2 is available to purchase from Crimson Princess for £31.99 (usual RRP £39.99).
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