Kiiroo is an innovation. There’s no doubting this. And not the kind of pallid ‘innovation’ that some slightly modified adult products with a new lick of paint or a new twirly base might claim to be. When Kiiroo came along they legitimately changed things with their teledildonic technology.
The ability to link to a lover via the net and then experience their motions in real-time through the secure Kiiroo platform is absolutely game changing. It helps people in long distance relationships, those who are often on business trips, people who want to experience interactive porn, people with sexual dysfunction, camgirls, people who support camgirls and so many more.
But Mr Peaches could never get along with the Onyx. For him the system—specifically its pulsating rings—was just too disjointed from the usual thrusting sensations that he was used to that he could never quite enjoy it to its fullest, no matter how much it tried to judder him to a delightful climax.
‘For me the best thing about it is the Fleshlight sleeve’ he had once confessed to me apologetically. I reassured him that it was fine not to mesh well with a toy (even if the toy was well-designed) and speculated that, in time, Kiiroo would come up with a solution that would help individuals struggling like him.
That solution is now.
The Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch
The Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch is a new way for those with a penis to experience the Kiiroo platform. Whereas the Onyx fiercely carved out its own path in terms of sensation, the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch pulls things back in to familiar territory…at least for anyone who has owned a Fleshlight.
Fleshlight’s collaboration with Kiiroo is one of my favourite pairings in the adult industry and the results never seem to disappoint. In this case the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch is ‘wow’-inducing from the first glance as its design—which maintains Kiiroo’s track record of making something entirely their own.
That being said, there are a few things that the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch reminds me of. A xenomorph is one of them. Or perhaps a battle bracer from an upcoming Marvel movie. Maybe a slick component in a suave automobile.
The Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch’s exterior is made from a hard plastic which is easy enough to wipe clean, but the majority of it won’t get too messy. Why is this? Well, because the major benefit of the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch is that is allows you to customize your experience with it, fitting the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch with your own favourite Fleshlight.
This does mean that a Fleshlight is not included, but I actually like this aspect of the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch. It’s as if Kiiroo are respectful enough to refrain from making assumptions about your preferences. Instead they have simply made the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch compatible with most standard sized Fleshlights: specifically Black, Pearl, Silver, Blue, and Gold.
The Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch is also compatible with the Kiiroo Onyx, Pearl and all applicable third party content (including FeelMe.com).
Oh, the possibilities this allows.
If your partner and you have a specific Fleshlight in mind when it comes to mimicking their natural vaginal canal then you can select a Fleshlight to meet your needs and lock and load this in to the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch. Equally, you could spend time browsing through Fleshlights together and decide upon which one you think would be most exciting. Fleshlights can be gifted and varied. Different Fleshlights will enable you to have different sensations and you can decadently switch out your growing collection as it grows alongside the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch.
For those who love using VR porn then the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch is basically a dream come true; as you can literally purchase the vulva of your favourite porn star to use while viewing content of them. If it’s interactive then all the better, and if Fleshlight and Kiiroo are wise then they will monopolize on this.
Doms can equally take advantage of the plug and play dynamics of the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch—commanding their sub to use a Fleshlight that is too sensitive (or perhaps too tame) for them and watching as they squirm in delight through the Kiiroo platform.
This interchangeability is perhaps the most significant aspect of the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch in my opinion. Kiiroo has always been about making a connection and this ability to literally choose how you interact with this device (and the person/people that might be involved) is so freeing while also binding people closer together.
The Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch doesn’t hold back either; replicating thrusting motions (where the Onyx had previously gone for contracting rings instead) and mustering up to a mighty 180 automatic strokes per minute. It can be controlled manually or linked up to the Kiiroo; relinquishing control in a trusting and very effective manner.
As usual, the Kiiroo system does well in transferring motions over the platform and I can’t fault it. I’ve always been a fan of what Kiiroo has to offer and my only lamentation with the system is usually I want to use it much longer than its charge allows. Such is the limitation of technology.
Regardless, the USB rechargeable properties of the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch keep it power-efficient and easy to recharge for further use (though the intiial 9 hour max charge is agony). This is probably for the best (and is pretty much expected nowadays) as the amount of batteries that this leviathan would barrel through if used by a particularly enthusiastic owner would be eye-wateringly impressive.
And when I say ‘leviathan’ I mean it.
This toy is bulky and when it’s activated it swings the Fleshlight up and down with all the heft of an enlarged Stronic toy or what you might imagine a Shake Weight feels like. It’s not a toy for those who struggle with mobility and grip and the firm application you need to apply to it may be a deterrent for some.
For Mr Peaches it was the controls that most turned him off. Although intuitive once you get used to them (one set of controls for speed, one set for stroke length, and two central controls for turning it on/off and manual mode/bluetooth searching) at first they are a bit complicated and even act as a deterrent.
Mr Peaches admitted to me that a large reason as to why he (infuriatingly) delayed his appraisal of the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch is that every time he went to try and use the controls he got frustrated, nervous, and simply quit. Tsk tsk (and apologies to Kiiroo).
As it turns out it was his loss because Mr Peaches really liked the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch.
Mr Peaches described the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch as providing a very similar experience to any other Fleshlight. It felt just as natural and pleasurable as using his own hands and he described it as an ‘easy wank’ when using it solo; you simply hand to set it up, hold it in place, and enjoy the ride, and as long as you know you like Fleshlights you will most likely enjoy the thrusts that the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch has to offer.
For Mr Peaches it’s not all sunshine and rainbows–as he generally dislikes the maintenance of Fleshlights but even with this in mind Mr Peaches felt that the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch was not only enjoyable but actually well worth it’s substantial €199.95 price tag. Wowsa.
Overall I feel confident that the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch has a firm market, who will know just what to expect from it and will love it for its many benefits.
The fact that Mr Peaches felt it was worth the price, despite not being a fan of Fleshlights nor the original Onyx is an impressive endorsement to my mind, though he still wouldn’t personally use it on a regular basis, due to our proximity and his preferences when it comes to toy maintenance.
At €199.95 (without the Fleshlight) the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch is a hefty investment in your sexual satisfaction, so it is very important to feel confident in your preferences before taking the dive and purchasing this tech. Some may even find it completely inaccessible. But, if you can invest in the Kiiroo Fleshlight Launch and feel financially secure enough to start building a Fleshlight collection for use alongside this product then I can imagine many varies and fun sessions ahead.
People who want the Kiiroo system to thrust.
People who love Fleshlights.
People who don’t mind bulky devices.
Do Not Recommend to:
People who prefer the clenching of the Onyx.
People who dislike Fleshlights.
People who simply cannot justify the price.