Osci 2 Review – Comparing to Osci 1

Over the last couple of years, Lovense has amped up their next-generation game – meaning they’ve put more time and money into launching newer and improved versions of older toys in their portfolio.

But this also means something new to whoever already had one of the toys…

Buy the new one, stick to the old one, or hold off for a sale?

There’s really no right or wrong answer to this – more of a “need for details to make an informed decision” sort of thing. So, here’s a side-by-side look at Osci 1 and 2.

WHAT IS OSCI?


Simply put, Osci is a g-spot vibrator.

But how does it differ from everything else that uses the same tag? It’s the world’s first oscillating sex toy that specifically targets the g-spot with, you guessed it, oscillation movements.

So, instead of a traditional vibrator that moves around in all directions, the oscillating motor moves just in and out. Combined with the S-curve of the toy, the idea is to use the toy to mimic what it would be like if someone were to use their fingers to bring on a g-spot orgasm.

Cool, huh?

So how does the old and new one compare?

KEY DIFFERENCES


First, you’ll notice that the s-curve isn’t as big as Osci 1.

This change came from customer feedback – that the curve was handy but a little too much. The high “leverage” actually made the pressure too much when tilting the toy even just a little. The new curve might mean you have to tilt it more, but the pressure is more controllable by the user.

The next big change came at the oscillation point.

Osci 1 vs. Osci 2

The new one has a larger target point. The “nub” isn’t buried as deep within the frame – so the thing that makes your g-spot happy has a better reach. On a totally different note, the pink seems to be a bit more vibrant.

Osci 2 vs Osci 1 handle

The next change is actually one that is going into any old toy revamp – magnetic contact charging.

Before, it was just a hole on the side of the handle, through the silicone, that you stuck a charging pin into. It was still considered waterproof, but the new version is far better and more stable for getting it juiced up. It’s still a USB plug on the other side, of course.

As for the other noticeable changes, the buttons were redesigned – which I like because it’s easier to feel the difference while using it.

Osci 2 vs Osci 1 buttons

OTHER CHANGES?


  • The motor is stronger
  • The battery life is longer
  • The Bluetooth chip and connection tech is new/better
  • Comes with a storage bag

VERDICT?


There is a definite improvement compared to the previous generation.

If you are in love with Osci, then it might be worth saving up for the replacement. However, since Lovense toys are on the higher end of the budget scale, and if you’re still not sure, it might be worth waiting for a sale or putting it on your wishlist – also if you’re not used to g-spot play, it might be a powerful toy for a beginner.

But, like I said, there’s no right or wrong here.

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