Doc Johnson are at it again with a creative new product called the Tryst. Apparently inspired by the success of the we-vibe. That said, it’s not just a carbon copy of the popular couples vibrator. But rather takes the design and expands on it with a new form and functions. It’s wiggly U shape has a variety of uses from solo playing with double or single penetration to a cock ring of sorts that provides simultaneous clitoral and testicle stimulation during sex.
Tryst Is Flexible and wiggly
Each of the two flexible wiggly ends house a vibration motor, as well as a third motor in the base. It has 7 modes of vibration which can be selected via the two buttons on the base. The Tryst is easy to operate independently and to pick just the right mode for the right use.
The multi-purpose flexibility of Tryst isn’t just limited to vibration modes though, even when used specifically as a cock ring it can be flipped to a different configuration for a different fit and feel. When used vaginally, the heads can sit either side of the clitoris delivering powerful sensations, or the wider surface area of the base can substitute as a clitoral stimulator.
Worth noting are the somewhat standard features
- it’s waterproof
- made of hypo-allergenic silicone
- and rechargeable via a USB cable like those commonly used to recharge a mobile phone
Tryst is a curiously shaped but practically focused vibrator that can satisfy women and men alone or couples.
Here’s a Tryst Clip Explaining everything
While it’s not specifically advertised for gay and lesbian couples, a little imagination and experimenting might lead to a kinky discovery. Gay couples could probably still make use of Tryst as a cock ring. Lesbian couples could still take advantage of it’s clitoris stimulating function. For a high tier american export vibrator, the average price seems fairly reasonable considering Doc Johnson’s standard of quality.