Review: Octopleaser

You guys know how much I love getting a massage right?  Well one thing I’ve had my eyes on for a while to add to my massages is the Octopleaser.  FunWares was kind enough to send me this cute little purple Octopus to review.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type: Massager
  • Manufacturer: Pipedreams
  • Materials: ABS Plastic
  • Size: 4.5″ diameter, 3.5″ tall
  • Price: $7.95
  • Pros: Super cute;  Purple; Feels nice;  Acts as a decoration
  • Cons: Can get a little slippery
  • Overall Rating: 5/5
  • Recommended: Yes

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Cute Octopleaser

The Octopleaser doesn’t come in a package, but it does have a small tag on it.  The front of the tag says “8 Fingers of Fun” and the inside has a little blurb about the toy:

“Enjoy an invigorating massage with this adorable Octo-Pleaser.  This cute crustacean has 8 titillating tentacles ready to provide a stimulating and relaxing rub-down.  Unwind after a long day and relieve stress and tensions!  Take turns massaging each other and pay special attentionto your partner’s sensitive erogenous zones and pressure points.  Just body rub it over any aching body part for the most invigorating, relaxing and sensual super massage!”

It’s a cute little blurb, and fairly discreet, but I just tossed the tag.  I do have an issue with just one thing… It calls it a crustacean.  An octopus is no where near a crustacean.  In fact, it’s a Cephalopod.  I suppose most people won’t notice or care, but I found it to be very obviously wrong.  The Octopleaser itself is fairly discreet.  He’s just a little plastic octopus that no one would look at twice.

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Awww look what Octy brought me! Think he's trying to tell me something?

The Octopleaser itself is a clear light purple plastic and it’s very cute.  He has big eyes and a cute little mouth.  The top of the tentacle/arms have what I’m supposed to assume are suction cups.  The suction cups should really be on the bottom, but he’s still cute looking.  The tentacle span about 4.5″ in diameter and he stands about 3.5″ tall.  The little guy has 8 arms and each tentacle is about half an inch in diameter.  The head is what you use as a handle and is bout 1.5″ in diameter and it fits well in my hand. Because he is made from plastic, you can use any oil, water, or silicone products.  With a bit of massage oil, he glides effortlessly over the skin.  If you get the oil on your hands he can get a tad slippery to hold on to, but it was never a problem.  To clean him I just used a little soap and warm water.  His head is hollow, but it’s pretty easy to rinse out.  Since I’m not using it for sexual products, I don’t worry getting it perfectly clean.

As far as how it feels, I really enjoyed it.  Since it’s plastic you can use oil with it and a little bit of nice massage oil makes it slide effortlessly over the skin.  On my back, butt, and thighs, the 8 arms felt very nice and relaxing.  Too much pressure could cause the plastic to jab into my shoulder blades though, but it takes a bit of practice and communication with your partner to see what they like.  It’s a much different feeling than using a hand for a massage and it’s nice to add that variety.  You can also hold the Octopleaser by the tentacles and use the head to massage for a larger pressure point.  You can also use the arms on your head for a light scalp massage.

Overall, I love my little Octopleaser.  He’s cute and acts as a decoration on my shelf until I want to add a little something extra to a massage.  Plus it’s a pretty inexpensive buy at under $10.  Head on over to FunWares to get your cute little Octopleaser and pick up a nice massage oil to go with him.  I suggest the Glow Massage & Body Oil, which I will be reviewing soon!

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*This review was sponsored by FunWares, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

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