Menu
Cart 0

Lelo F1s Prototype Sonic Vibrating Penis Masturbation Sleeve - Black

  • $229.00
Canadian Dollars

discreet shipping Discreet packaging and billing
free shipping Qualifies for free shipping




selling features

Product Description

Bridge the gap between science and pleasure with F1s, the next generation male masturbator. Using powerfully intense dual motors, Cruise Control™ and LELO’s revolutionary SenSonic™ technology, F1s massages with deeply satisfying sonic waves for an entirely new, completely mind-blowing sexual experience. It's a whole new world of high-performance pleasure.

Instead of standard vibrations, one of the motors emits powerful sonic waves that permeate deep into your penis, making it feel as though it’s resonating pleasurably from all directions all at once, instead of simply tickling the nerve endings on the surface of your skin. It will help you achieve the most overwhelming orgasms of your life. 

Combined with the patented Cruise Control setting, which ensures F1s never experiences a frustrating power drop during vigorous use. Instead, it intelligently monitors and controls the intensity to ensure you get a completely seamless, uninterrupted experience.

An exclusive LELO demo app is available that is compatible with iOS and Android. Connected by Bluetooth, the app allows you greater and closer control over your personal pleasure. 

Features:

 


Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
33%
(1)
0%
(0)
J
J.N.
Fun and kind of addictive

It does not feel like prototype to me. Just joking. The toy is interesting, to say the least. After a few weeks of playing with it, it can be addictive. Great vibrations in an interesting round box, like a speaker. It is not a typical male toy. I had to read the manual to make the most of this toy. Usually, it is not so complicated with male toys. Well, it is not difficult with this one either, but it does require some preparation. It is high tech, after all.

J
J.h.
A different toy

Anything but a typical male toy. Good material, gentle silicone and new technology. There is an app as well. A demo, though. It can be used without the app, the basic control buttons are on the device. A powerful toy, somewhat small. It does not affect my good times with it, just something new to me. It takes some time to get used to this gadget because its technology is innovative.

A
Anonymous
Great for busting a nut, but poorly and over engineered

Let me tell you of my journey with this product.

It arrived and as the quick start instructed I plugged it in to charge. The plug didn't go all the way into the device, there was about 2mm sticking out of the plug hole after it bottomed out. WTF?!? Not a good first impression. Instructions said the light would pulse and it did. Later I found out that it was going into pairing mode, not charging. When charging a dim light will walk around the outside ring and the "pulsing" is each light lighting up in turn. Plug fully inserted, so I added more downward pressure than I liked, but it did eventually start charging.

Next day all charged, hit the button and it goes through a start up sequence and then nothing but the flashing ring light again. After trying a few different things I find that pressing the + or - button makes it work. But they need to be continually pressed or it stops functioning. This forces me to use my index finger to keep it pressed, awkward because they're all on the end of the unit and it's a little painful as well. But I solider on to only have the unit shut down after a couple of minutes. Give up in frustration.

Next day I decide to pair it to my tablet. 2 apps in the Google store and I try both to find only the DEMO version actually works. The unit isn't on but the app tells me to turn it off. After much messing around I find that simply turning it on puts it in pairing mode and the app pairs with it eventually. I then see a graphic with a swirling animation and nothing else. So I spend a lot of time trying to understand what I've done wrong. Eventually I stumble on to the fact that the graphics means the device is ready to be used. It has zero settings or customization and nothing informing you that the device is ready. Just a swirling graphic.

So I use it and eventually , boom, a great orgasm. Really, I haven't ever used a powered masturbator before, but when you get it working it's great. Well that is as long as you don't actually stroke with it. You can move it up a down a bit, but it's not designed for that. Oh and the "vibration" isn't really from a separate vibration unit. It's created by the "sonic" unit as it fires, so there's no settings to change the intensity or vibration pattern. Oh and you can't change the "sonic" intensity because of having to keep a button pressed so you just have a high and a low intensity, and the low one sucks.

So, go to use it a few days later and find that you're forced to re-pair it or it again shuts down after a minute of two. So I do that with the process taking at least 5-10 minutes every time. If it doesn't have problems making the connection that is. I eventually start in and it's going great then boom. The unit dies on me. Turns out it lost the connection to the app. Luckily getting it up and running takes a short time and I finish up. Again boom, great orgasm... eventually.

So my low rating isn't because the unit doesn't do it's job because it does. Quite well actually. It's because it's a really poorly designed and over engineered product. There's no reason that it has to be paired to work. None! The blue tooth adds nothing to the experience except frustration. From what I've seen it's only purpose is to tell the unit not to shut down. Really? I mean WTF?!?

How much extra cost is attributed to this useless feature? Could they of knocked 50 or 100 bucks off if they hadn't devoted resources to it? More than likely. IMHO it's a check list feature to help sell the product and nothing else. Plus the app is so piss pure with no real user feedback that the guy who wrote it should be shot. Even the his graphics suck, black background with small faded red text.

As for the unit it's self, all the buttons on one end is a PITA when you're forced to keep a button pressed to make it work. The developer version has a useless window that lets you see inside. Why not use that hole to place the buttons there? Just align everything so a user's fingers naturally fall there. Or better yet have the on button actually turn the thing on and then use the + and - buttons to change the intensity like virtually every other product on the market?!?

So do I recommend the product? Maybe, it does do the job, but in such a convoluted and half-assed manner I doubt I'll use it every time I want to get off. Too much unneeded hassle. It's like the developers and engineers missed a very important point about sex toys. When a person wants to get their rocks off through personal stimulation they don't want to spend a lot of time preparing. This product forces a user to jump through hoops first, and the big question is why? So they can say it's an "elite" experience when it isn't? Yeah, more than likely...


We Also Recommend