I found an E-Stim sleeve called “jack socket” made by electrastim and “opus” by mystim. I’ve never tried E-Stim and am curious about it. Anyone have any feedback on this topic? I’m curious to see if this would be a good integration with the handy.
have tried the opus… the problem would be the estim isnt integrated into the sleeve but the plastic case more like the one around a fleshlight. I think you might have more pleasure out of using conductive loops or velcro bands.
Never having used the Handy I cannot imagine estim being pleasurable while the positive and negative leads are being moved. In my experience with estim (2 years) moving the conductive loops or electrodes while stimming is not advisable. It can be down right painful.
The nodes do pierce through the sleeve though, so they do have a gripping point. But the issue is that with speeds of the handy, this might not be pleasant as they arent as smooth as the sleeve itself.
That the contacts move isnt realy a problem. This is something that the serious kit milker does feature a lot. And while movement is less, its still there and does affect estim a lot. Its movement is a key aspect even.
Also note that the opus is a stroker, so its part of the idea to have those contacts move.
The reason manual movement can be painful is because it doesnt keep a strong and even contact point, and this means a pulse can go through only a small piece of skin, causing it to hurt. Its not as reliable as a repetetive machine can do with good contact points.
If the position of the sleeve is proper, its generaly going to stay in contact well, no matter the movement.
But my advise for someone who never tried estim is to not combine it and first experience it the more calm way. Estim can still be very intense, even if the build up is slow. And usualy with estim that is 1 of the strong points, as that makes the orgasm very heavy. And unlike a stroking motion, your dick isnt going to be oversensitive too quickly, so those orgasms can take their time (30s is well doable).
Thanks for the feedback guys. I knew I could get some quality info from this community.
If you have an e-stim device that accepts sound input, you CAN use script-player to simultaneously drive the stim box AND the handy.
If you place the electrodes on the non-moving parts (for example a bipolar butt plug and a loop around the base of the shaft), this can make for a very interesting and intense effect, the synchronisation of both e-stim and the stroking makes it feel like something else entirely.
We are considering adding E-Stim support for SexLikeReal. Not sure where to start though.
Figuring out compatible devices. For estim there are currently quite a lot of devices, but as nothing is standard here. Trying to force a standard (by looking at which features are most often supported), you can motivate companies to follow that path.
Device manufacturers that dont follow that standard are now motivated to implement that anyway, as otherwise they might potentialy miss out sales.
I think this would generaly be the best way to kickstart it, as in this market its otherwise not very likely companies will follow.
Luckily at least, manufacturers are aware of using standard electrode connections (sure, the jacks can change, but there are adapters here for most standard types). Its mostly the powerboxes where this is lacking.
An example feature that i think is a good point to start with: The capability to process audio (either using an audio channel, or for example using bluetooth audio). Audio is a quite plain signal on that. How the device process the audio can vary a bit, but as this method of transferring data is quite straightforward, its most likely also the easiest to make as a standard.
It also does enable tweaking in the UI as it generaly works using a sine wave as audio signal, strength and frequency can be adjusted (either in the client or on the powerbox). And cannot be confused with a constant power stream (no position change means no audio, therefor no stimulation), yet if required is easily converted.