In last year’s e-stim special I already reviewed the Oxballs Zap and loved it a lot despite it being a bit small in some situations. So I am glad to start out this year’s e-stim special with two toys Oxballs sent me that fit most people with larger junks.
The construction of the Jolt is very much alike the Zap. The basis is a 12mm thick and between 20m and 24mm high on one side tapered ring out of platinum silicone which has a diameter of 45mm. On each high side there is hole through which the aluminum electrode is put. The contact area of the electrode has a diameter of 19mm. On the other side of the electrode there is a 4mm hole drilled in with there is sheath with a 2mm hole if you order the version for 2mm pin connector. The electrodes can be easily taken out for cleaning or using on other Oxballs e-stim toys.
The Volt is actually just an electrode. The profile of it looks like a C with a tapering base on one side. Inside the base there is the 4mm hole resp. 2mm sheath to connect the electrode with your power box. The space inside the C measures 16mm by 18mm. The entire electrode is 15mm wide and has an overall length of 39mm. It comes with a Sprocket cockring which is made out of Soflex TPR so it is super stretchy. It has a width of 10mm and a height of 12mm with a 25mm diameter opening in the middle.
Playing with it
The problem with the Zap designed as a ball stretcher was that through the rigidness of the platinum silicone it was hard to get over the balls. With the larger internal diameter of the Jolt this is no problem anymore – as long as you have a meat ball sack as I do. I have had people in my test pale whos balls were too big for the Zap yet too skinny for the Jolt. In this case the Volt comes into place: Through the C-shape part it can be attached to nearly any Oxballs toy or cockring. I have tried it with the Nuttsling, Splitsling, Powerballs, Trough and Unit X Stretch and it worked perfectly. So pick up two Volts, take your favorite Oxballs cockring (most ball stretchers from them are too high to work so if you want a stretch I recommend attaching the Volt to one and stack multiple stretcher) and put it around your balls. The ability to attach Volt to various ball toys makes it a nifty toy for all kinds of e-stim scenes. I used one at the top of a Nuttsling as the counter pole when using an e-stim sound. Another very useful scenario is putting a cockring around your wrist, attach the Volt and let the hand travel over the sub’s body holding a monopolar electrode like a pin wheel in your other hand. For this scenario I recommend using ample water-based lube.
But also the Jolt shines in the playroom. The tapered form allows for an even snuggier fit. It is also finally large enough to be put around pumped up dicks or (saline)-inflated balls or be worn as a cockring. Depending on if the opposite poles are left and right of the shaft or pressing against the root of the penis and the taint close to the prostate the effects can be… interesting. The most interesting scenario I used it for was in combination with an stainless steel ball stretcher. I put it around the already compressed balls. Through the ridgedness of the toy there was additionally lateral pressure applied to the balls. And then the e-stim was added…
Maintaining both toys is easy: They are safe to be used with the most common forms of lube like water- and oil-based, hybrid and silicone lubes. Though for the conductivity I strongly recommend only using both toys with water-based lube. When you have played with them simply wash them with warm water and detergent, rinse them and let them dry. After that to be extra safe I spray them with a sanitizer.
|Conclusion: Very versatile bi-polar e-stim toy for larger (Jolt) and all sizes (Volt) junks.|
|Pro||Cons||Where to get||Price|
|Flexible with many usage scenarios||Oxballs Jolt (bi-polar version)||$59|
|Easy to use|
|Resistant to most lubes||Oxballs Volt (mono-polar version)||$30|
|Easy to clean|