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The Slightest Touch
  • Aloha Folks,

    I was wondering if anyone had experience with The Slightest Touch Orgasm Enhancer. I first got intrigued when I read http://www.aneros.com/forum/f5/bs-keys-backdoor-10042/ section entitled I SING THE BODY ELECTRIC.... Despite it being marketed for women, I have found ecstatic reviews from both sexes. The problem is that I am intrinsically a skeptic and several things have me on alert. The advertising itself screams pseudoscience; out of context quotations, naturalistic fallacy, energy flows, miraculous claims, reliance on testimony, and linkage to acupuncture. The product is not approved by the FDA and has not undergone any formal testing, let alone double blind. And yet my curiosity is nonetheless peaked; I eternally long for more intense orgasm.

    So the deal is that I am a college student who lives with his parents. My parents, as it happens, will be leaving at the end of the month to visit family. I usually like to order sensitive products to arrive while they are out of town, thus I will be stocking up. Already, I am planning on purchasing the Peridise, a cock-ring, and some lube. This product is almost on my list (especially with 60d guarantee), but I am still hesitant. Along with the fore mentioned, the thing is fraking $100. What do you think?
  • darwindarwin
    Posts: 1,194
    Hey DonkeyLover-

    I have one. It is for real. Search for my posts about it.

    Darwin
  • J4J4
    Posts: 124
    I've been looking into one of these - I wish they were available on Amazon...

    Would this device be recommended more for those who have already reached the dry orgasm stage or more for those seeking the dry orgasm stage? Or doesn't matter the product is great either way?

    Anybody out there ever purchase the product and it helped them make a major breakthrough?

    J4
  • thhn
    Posts: 425
    Darwin:
    I can remember reading your posts about this last time it came up and being very interested in it. Now that it has been a year or so, I'm just wondering how often you use this device and do you use it alone during an aneros session?
  • It's just an electrical stimulator for the feet?

    Why not just get any electrical stimulator kit and use the items wherever? Especially with add-on accessories and stuff.

    Something like this but maybe a cheaper setup:
    ElectraStim SensaVox Erotic Electro Stimulator - Free UK Delivery on Electro Sex Toys at LoveHoney
  • Good day, guys. This is an interesting topic, and no, aliquis, it's a lot more, much more, than 'just and electrical stimulator for the feet'.

    I was skeptical, at first, after reading their website, and the product was originally designed as an orgasm enhancer for women, and still sold with this main intent. I found this link: http://maymay.net/maymay/sm/Aneros,%20Slightest%20Touch%20and%20the%20Super%20O.pdf and I was really intrigued by their findings and their instructions. So I plunked down the $100 and bought one. It arrived quickly, but unfortunately, the first one was DOA. Their customer service was good, and I had a replacement, free of cost, within about a week.

    My initial outing was not impressive. I guess, like Aneros, it takes a bit of learning to begin to enjoy the benefits. I chose the behind-the-knee application of the electrodes as a starting point and cut the pads down, per the instructions in the link above. One thing to note, in the instructions for the use of the ST, you're to drink 8 oz of electrolyte sports drink about 20 minutes before beginning your session. This is an important step. I have tried it without drinking the juice, and it truly works better if you follow this direction. First, be aware that this is a TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Neural Stimulation) unit. This type of stimulation is characterized by biphasic current and selectable pulse width and stimulation levels. The electrical current, provided by a 9v alkaline battery, flows from one pad to the other via the skin and muscles of the body. So, if you attach the electrodes behind each knee, the current flow from one pole to the other, and the path flows through your groin...you getting the picture?

    THIS IS VITALLY IMPORTANT: This is an electrical device, and as such it must be kept away from your heart. Your heart works by electrical stimulation, and you can KILL YOURSELF or cause SERIOUS PROBLEMS if you get the electrodes near your heart. If you have a pacemaker or other heart stimulation device DO NOT USE AN E-STIM DEVICE. Keep the electrodes at or below the waist for safety. There's a terrific website that really gets into e-stim. Register there and you can really learn a lot about this very interesting and "stimulating" topic:
    http://smartstim.com/ Here you'll find a whole community, much like ours, dealing with e-stim in all its profusion.

    I think it was my third session, and after learning to turn the power down to the point just below where I could actually feel the current, my first indication that it was working, again, with the pads behind my knees, was I got a really good erection. Then, slowly, over about 10 minutes I could feel the sensation building and building. The peak was spectacular as the sensation blossomed within me. It was a spectacular orgasm that just kept on going and going. I did not have an ejaculation, although it sure felt like I was going to, and many guys do actually cum as a result. The orgasms just kept on rolling and it was quite spectacular. Keep in mind here, that I'm a completely rewired Anerosian, who has experienced Super Os with my Aneros, so I feel that I know how to encourage and capitalize on stimulation. It was and is good.

    Subsequent ST sessions have yielded mixed results. I have had several that were as good, maybe better, with FBOs using ST. Other sessions were not as good, and one or two were, frankly, duds.

    Now, in combination with my Aneros, I'm not so enthusiastic. Somehow or other, they each seem to send contradictory messages. ST sessions are good, mostly very stimulating and orgasmic, and Aneros sessions are terrific, as we all know (or will know), too. But for me, together, I don't feel that they're a good fit. Others report enhanced sessions using both, but I much prefer to enjoy them independent of each other. They both work, but in different ways.

    Nonetheless, I can endorse this product. I find it to live up to its billing. Those of you with female partners may find the her orgasms may be enhanced with it. It is intended for one user at at time, although two units could surely be used, one on each, for mutual enjoyment.

    If the price tag doesn't run you off, I think it is one of those toys you may want to enhance your orgasmic "library". They do work, and work well. As always, YMMV.

    Cockadoodle
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    Cockadoodle, excellent post, your caution about the pad placement should be noted by all. I believe that there are several different versions of this document that exist. The one that I have contains a similar warning about keeping the pads below the waist.

    My use of the Slightest Touch is less than it was in the past but it remains a valuable asset in my erotic tool box. While I have used the Aneros and S.T. to great effect, I've gradually started using it by itself more often than with the Aneros.

    With regard to using a device designed for "feet stimulation" for an erotic application, I would advise against it. There are many different kinds of e-stim devices on the market these days....and no, they are not all the same. The principles behind all e-stim devices are essentially the same and function with a set of parameters that include; Amplitude (the intensity of the current), Pulse duration/width (the amount of time the electrical flow is on), Pulse Rise Time (the time to peak intensity), Frequency and Waveform to name a few. It is the settings of these parameters that determine their use. E-stim has been used for; muscle strengthening, muscles spasms, edema, tissue healing, pain management and erotic stimulation. Some units come with preset settings while others allow some selection.

    The majority of the "erotic e-stim" products out there today are nothing more than re-purposed pain management devices. A good "erotic e-stim" unit is one that is preset (or allows selection of parameters) in order to stimulate ....not anesthetize. The Slightest Touch is an example of such a preset device, where the only user adjustable parameter is amplitude. (Electrode pad trimming and sizing does effect another parameter, Current Density, however).

    The concept behind the Slightest Touch is providing a gentle yet focused stimulation that ramps up and maintains sexual arousal. IMO it does this quite well.

    BF Mayfield



    overs[QUOTE=Cockadoodle;86167]Good day, guys. This is an interesting topic, and no, aliquis, it's a lot more, much more, than 'just and electrical stimulator for the feet'.

    I was skeptical, at first, after reading their website, and the product was originally designed as an orgasm enhancer for women, and still sold with this main intent. I found this link: http://maymay.net/maymay/sm/Aneros,%20Slightest%20Touch%20and%20the%20Super%20O.pdf and I was really intrigued by their findings and their instructions. So I plunked down the $100 and bought one. It arrived quickly, but unfortunately, the first one was DOA. Their customer service was good, and I had a replacement, free of cost, within about a week.

    My initial outing was not impressive. I guess, like Aneros, it takes a bit of learning to begin to enjoy the benefits. I chose the behind-the-knee application of the electrodes as a starting point and cut the pads down, per the instructions in the link above. One thing to note, in the instructions for the use of the ST, you're to drink 8 oz of electrolyte sports drink about 20 minutes before beginning your session. This is an important step. I have tried it without drinking the juice, and it truly works better if you follow this direction. First, be aware that this is a TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Neural Stimulation) unit. This type of stimulation is characterized by biphasic current and selectable pulse width and stimulation levels. The electrical current, provided by a 9v alkaline battery, flows from one pad to the other via the skin and muscles of the body. So, if you attach the electrodes behind each knee, the current flow from one pole to the other, and the path flows through your groin...you getting the picture?

    THIS IS VITALLY IMPORTANT: This is an electrical device, and as such it must be kept away from your heart. Your heart works by electrical stimulation, and you can KILL YOURSELF or cause SERIOUS PROBLEMS if you get the electrodes near your heart. If you have a pacemaker or other heart stimulation device DO NOT USE AN E-STIM DEVICE. Keep the electrodes at or below the waist for safety. There's a terrific website that really gets into e-stim. Register there and you can really learn a lot about this very interesting and "stimulating" topic:
    http://smartstim.com/ Here you'll find a whole community, much like ours, dealing with e-stim in all its profusion.

    I think it was my third session, and after learning to turn the power down to the point just below where I could actually feel the current, my first indication that it was working, again, with the pads behind my knees, was I got a really good erection. Then, slowly, over about 10 minutes I could feel the sensation building and building. The peak was spectacular as the sensation blossomed within me. It was a spectacular orgasm that just kept on going and going. I did not have an ejaculation, although it sure felt like I was going to, and many guys do actually cum as a result. The orgasms just kept on rolling and it was quite spectacular. Keep in mind here, that I'm a completely rewired Anerosian, who has experienced Super Os with my Aneros, so I feel that I know how to encourage and capitalize on stimulation. It was and is good.

    Subsequent ST sessions have yielded mixed results. I have had several that were as good, maybe better, with FBOs using ST. Other sessions were not as good, and one or two were, frankly, duds.

    Now, in combination with my Aneros, I'm not so enthusiastic. Somehow or other, they each seem to send contradictory messages. ST sessions are good, mostly very stimulating and orgasmic, and Aneros sessions are terrific, as we all know (or will know), too. But for me, together, I don't feel that they're a good fit. Others report enhanced sessions using both, but I much prefer to enjoy them independent of each other. They both work, but in different ways.

    Nonetheless, I can endorse this product. I find it to live up to its billing. Those of you with female partners may find the her orgasms may be enhanced with it. It is intended for one user at at time, although two units could surely be used, one on each, for mutual enjoyment.

    If the price tag doesn't run you off, I think it is one of those toys you may want to enhance your orgasmic "library". They do work, and work well. As always, YMMV.

    Cockadoodle
  • Thank you Cockadoodle for providing that link, along with your own information. I think that threw me over the top.

    After much self-conflict I went ahead and ordered both the Slightest Touch and the advanced Peridise set. I am very curious to see what the ST will impart on to my sessions. I already have ludicrously satisfying sessions with my Helix, so my main worry is that I won’t have much room to improve with the ST, or as Cockadoodle mentioned they could cancel. I figure, however, that another tool is never a disadvantage, and even if it doesn’t help me, it may benefit my future girl friend who is hiding somewhere out there.
  • Also, I was wondering if anyone has used the device for nipple stimulation. Early in my aneros sessions I have found nipple stim very arousing, but when I get closer to the O I loose control/concentration and my arms shake and/or stiffen thus I can't continue with my nipples. One thing I have been looking for is a hands free nipple stimulator that could carry though a Super-O. Has anyone tried the Slightest Touch on such a region, or think it could work?
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,253
    DonkeyLover,
    DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT THAT!
    Please re-read the CAUTION 'Cockadoodle' noted in his post!

    Electrodes should never be placed above the waist! Do not attempt to use the 'Slightest Touch' for nipple stimulation. There are numerous other nipple stimulation devices which may safely be employed but estim is NOT one of them.
  • Hah, good point! Not sure why I did not connect those two ideas. I feel really stupid now, but at least not dead. I'll continue my search for sustained nipple stimulation somewhere else and leave the ST to the groin.
  • darwindarwin
    Posts: 1,194
    [QUOTE=thhn;86147]Darwin:
    I can remember reading your posts about this last time it came up and being very interested in it. Now that it has been a year or so, I'm just wondering how often you use this device and do you use it alone during an aneros session?

    i don't use it so often these days as i am being quite well served by my peridises, supple nips, prostate cradle and rude boy. i reserve the ST for "big" sessions, when i have the house to myself for a while, ditto for the progasm.

    let me add that i found that the ST to be best for me when it is on almost the lightest possible setting, ie, the notch about an eighth of an inch from the off position. less is more. you should not at all feel it until 15 minutes later you are seeing its effect.

    darwin
  • darwindarwin
    Posts: 1,194
    [QUOTE=DonkeyLover;86178]Hah, good point! Not sure why I did not connect those two ideas. I feel really stupid now, but at least not dead. I'll continue my search for sustained nipple stimulation somewhere else and leave the ST to the groin.

    DonkeyLover-

    if it is nipple driven whole-body experiences you want, then try the supple nips. as always, no guarantees you will have immediate results, but, worth a try! quite affordable. their instructions tell you to use lip balm as a lube. instead, use A+D ointment.

    darwin
  • Darwin, those look fantastic, just what I was looking for. I am ordering a pair as I type! Dang, just thinking about them has me fondling my nips.
    I am also curious how you like your prostate cradle. I have seen them on the web and have wondered how well they work. Would there be room while using it for a periside, or is it used solely by itself? Does one get involuntaries while using it and is it possible to reach super-O? I don't think I would be ordering one quite yet, anyhow. As is i'll in debt for a few months from my other orders. Ah super-O, as extreme as drugs and nearly as expesive.
  • darwindarwin
    Posts: 1,194
    DL-

    if you are into nipple attention you should definitely visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nipple_orgasm

    there are whole lots of threads there about supple nips. (they first showed up here, and i cross posted there about them. now they are going crazy w/ them over there).

    people have differing views of the cradle. it takes some getting used to, but, it hits me in ways that nothing else does, and i really like it! there have been reports in this forum from guys using it in conjunction w/ the peridise. i have not yet tried it.

    looking forward to your reports here and in the yahoo group about your supple nips.

    darwin
  • I don't like to bad mouth companies but be very careful with this one. I asked about shipping to the UK last December and got a very fast response so I placed my order second week of December and I have yet to receive my product. I've e-mailed multiple times and have had zero replies and with me being in the UK there's not much else I can do. Having paid through PayPal I thought they would be of help with this but they said they can't help me!

    I'm not saying others haven't had good service but I feel very let down and ripped of with this company so just be careful.

    Michael
  • Michael,

    I'm sorry for your frustration with ST company. I had problem with my first ST, and it was replaced quickly and with good communication. I am mystified by the fact that you're not getting good service, too. Why don't you send me a pm with your information and I'll call them for you here stateside and see if I can get it unstuck. I have the names of several individuals there, and perhaps one of them can see what's going on with you.

    The last thing they want is unhappy customers, as far as I can tell.

    Send me that PM and I'll go to bat for you.

    Cockadoodle
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    Microboot,

    I sent an email to the company this afternoon regarding your situation. I included a link of this thread. I suspect they will want some more information on you that helps them identify your order (i.e. the name that the order was placed under etc.). As Cockadoodle has said, these guys are generally very good with customer service.

    BF Mayfield
  • [QUOTE=DonkeyLover;86181]Darwin, those look fantastic, just what I was looking for. I am ordering a pair as I type! Dang, just thinking about them has me fondling my nips.
    I am also curious how you like your prostate cradle. I have seen them on the web and have wondered how well they work. Would there be room while using it for a periside, or is it used solely by itself? Does one get involuntaries while using it and is it possible to reach super-O? I don't think I would be ordering one quite yet, anyhow. As is i'll in debt for a few months from my other orders. Ah super-O, as extreme as drugs and nearly as expesive.

    Actually i can tell you a little bit about the prostate cradle i own one, and have used it.
    It seems to work quiet well indeed just like the aneros except you dont have to stick it
    up your anus you just sit on it and i dont know why people complain about it feeling to
    hard because i have used it with just my underwear on and after only ten minutes
    i had my first mini "O" and oh boy did it feel good so yes i definatley recommend
    you buy one and try one they are quiet cheap and inexpensive by the way you
    can buy one with slight cosmetic imperfections for $29 USD and plus about $20
    postage mine cost me $54.00 USD including postage and handling and dont be turned
    off by the cosmetic imperfections mine looks fine there is nothing at all wrong with it
    it's looks completely normal, and the device will give you a ride and a half it is by the
    way just another orgasm machine just like aneros but the experience is slightly different
    to using aneros that is all, and when i used it and started having rapid anal contractions
    that signalled my first mini "O" i started shaking all over and just remember thinking
    "oooh yesss omg this feels so damn good" reminds me of aneros really.

    :D
  • Well you could always try using a pair of adjustable nipple clamps for added stimulation these nipple pumps look really good i think i might have
    to buy some hmmmm arousing Hi beam vibrating nipple pumps Femplay
  • [QUOTE=B Mayfield;86232]Microboot,

    I sent an email to the company this afternoon regarding your situation. I included a link of this thread. I suspect they will want some more information on you that helps them identify your order (i.e. the name that the order was placed under etc.). As Cockadoodle has said, these guys are generally very good with customer service.

    BF Mayfield

    Actually they are not very good with customers Brian, i placed and order for the slightest touch just before christmas and my slightest touch only just arrived today upon inspection it says Austria on
    the package when it should have been sent to Australia in the first place maybe that's why it took so long
    i sent like ten e mails to them with delays in between sending and receiving e mail responses the
    lady named Angela from ST assured me that they would send the package and after waiting and waiting
    and waiting i finally gave up waiting and just sent them a really abusive e mail telling them what i though of their service, and i concluded that the bastards had ripped me off and taken my money but luckily today it finally arrived and now i have something to be happy about i hope the unit is not DOA like the
    one cockadoodle received.

    So dont worry Microboot hopefully your slightest touch is on the way, the people at the slightest touch
    should all be fired and replaced they cant even send an order to the right country hmmm idiots
    i just hope the slightest touch will yield pleasurable results that is all.
  • ?????? D pommade
  • [QUOTE=plantation;86419]?????? D pommade

    And what the hell is that supposed to mean can you please use
    plain english so everyone can understand i am not very fluent
    in jibberish i am afraid.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    theCritta,

    English is not Plantation's native language, but he is a friendly. One of the greatest attributes of this forum is that it is open to Aneros users from all over the world. Not sure what the reference to "pommade" is other than it was an old oil base hair dressing that was popular in the 50's and 60's. I think the word translates as "ointment" from French.

    BF Mayfield
  • Thanks to B Mayfield and Cockadoodle on your offer of help, I've PM'd you both seperately. If you can help with this I would really appreciate it. I think the level of help everybody provides to each other on this site is outstanding and even though I don't post much I find this site a pleasure.

    Thanks
    Michael
  • Hey, Microboot, we're both on it for you on Monday.

    Critta, sorry, mate, have to disagree with you, as I found them to be very responsive to my problem. No questions asked, just fixed the problem, and fast. Sorry about the mis-shipped product, but mistakes can happen, and I'm sure it was inadvertent even if it was frustrating for you.

    I'd do business with them again, anytime.

    Cockadoodle
  • When I asked them for some information through email, they said they'd be sending out information for ST use with men in a week. That was over a week ago, so I'm skeptical about this company too.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    Struggler,

    Do you currently own a Slightest Touch?

    BF Mayfield
  • Struggler, I called them on that link a while back. The reply I got was that it was from a promotion they did a while back and they'd not taken it down for some reason. I think all the guys who look at the website have clicked on that email link with the same result.

    However, as disconcerting as the lack of email response to that link may be, I did get my Slightest Touch as ordered, (DOA but they replaced it immediately) and have been happy with the results.

    Personally, I wouldn't write an outfit off just because they failed to respond to an email link.

    If you're curious about Slightest Touch or any of the e-stim stuff out there, check out http://smartstim.com/ (click here, it's a link) and register there. You'll get answers to all your questions on this topic.

    I'm pleased with my Slightest Touch unit. Works as advertised, and as bmayfield says, a nice addition to my erotic toolbox.

    Cockadoodle.

    By the way, guys, if you don't have direct experience with a company's product, perhaps it might be prudent to temper negative karma.
  • calmercalmer
    Posts: 75
    Another produce similar to ST is a TENs machine available from Body Clock in the uk TENS Machine, TENS Unit, Electronic Muscle Stimulator, Electro Acupuncture, electrode. I use the cheapest model that has 2 wheel controls. One sets the frequency and the other the intensity.

    Work well for me and the Body Clock is a good source.
  • darwindarwin
    Posts: 1,194
    i am not pleased that they will not be sending the info that promise to send "within a week" on the Slightest Touch site. If you ask me, that is bullshit. What exactly is the problem with providing this information? It will only serve to inform people on how to use their product which will give them a boost. Not doing so undermines their credibility.

    i have been promoting their product for years. long ago i had some excellent phone conversations with one of the inventors. based on this trickery on their site, i am not sure who owns the site now, and cannot vouch for them

    meanwhile, does anybody have a copy of this document?

    darwin
  • I just ordered one on April 17, 2010.

    Will report back in when the device comes, and will later give my own evidence on whether it works.

    If there is such a thing, and it works as advertised, it is worth at least the $100.

    They (the ST company) have a coupon now to click for $10 charge of shipping to be waved.

    Now they are promising to mail the devices out within 2 days of receipt of order. We'll see
  • Bama
    Posts: 20
    I ordered you yesterday and I got an email saying it was shipped the same day. Will let you know how it goes also.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    If you are looking for the Aneros, Slightest Touch and the Super O pdf, let me know if you need a copy, I will get one to you.

    BF Mayfield
  • Bama
    Posts: 20
    [QUOTE=B Mayfield;87898]If you are looking for the Aneros, Slightest Touch and the Super O pdf, let me know if you need a copy, I will get one to you.

    BF Mayfield

    I found the Aneros, Slightest Touch and the Super O guide on another site. Can you suggest how many extra electrode pads we should have on hand. I know it comes with two that can cut down to use behind the knees. Do we need to order extra sets in case we need to cut for the perineum, the lower back or for the Super T?

    The instruction in the guide states:

    While you contract be sure to breathe in (expanding into your lower abdomen). Be
    aware of any or all sensations that may present themselves. Start with a set of 10 to 12
    PC contractions of low intensity holding each for 30 to 45 seconds. As you hold the
    contractions, your lower abdomen should be expanded with air
    . Avoid a complete
    release of the contraction instead going back to basal or very low level contraction. (In
    general always be aware of the sensations generated from the contraction and the
    release as well.)

    Does this apply when using the Aneros alone?? I do not remember seeing this before in the WIKI.

    Thanks
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    Bama,

    It's always nice to have several extra sets of pads, particularly if you're going to be cutting/modifying them (in case of a mishap). In addition to that the adhesive on the pads gets worn out over time. This is the reason for the recommendation that you clean your skin thoroughly prior to starting a Slightest Touch session. Accumulated oil on the skin can prematurely age the pads.

    With regard to the concept of holding a contraction with an expanded lower abdomen, this was a suggestion, no hard and fast rule and yes it can apply to using the Aneros alone as well. Give it a shot and see how it works for you!

    BF Mayfield
    .
  • Bama
    Posts: 20
    My Slightest Touch arrived today as promised. Everything checked out all right. I got 4 pads (smaller than the guide described, so I only made two perineum pads). Will let everyone know how it works out when I try it out. I went and got some extra batteries and electrolyte sports drink so I am ready. LOL I am hoping since I am so close to the big one, this will put me over the edge.....but one thing I have learned :

    The KEY is to relax, breath and go with the flow.
  • Bama
    Posts: 20
    Yesterday was my first session using the Slightest Touch with the Aneros. It was more a learning session than a real good Aneros one. I did not feel anything different, but I figured it would take several sessions to find out any real benefits. I felt like a stereo, (looked like one too) with the wires running to the pads hooked up to behind my knees as I always use a MP3 with headphones for my meditation music. So I had to be careful of wires.

    I did drink plenty of sports drink, 20 minutes prior to hooking up, and the unit itself is very easy to use. I ordered 40 more pads from Amazon to try different configurations and really give it a test run.

    One odd effect is that I normally have very painful neck muscles in the morning, and this morning I had none.

    The KEY is to relax, breath and go with the flow.
  • darwindarwin
    Posts: 1,194
    in my experience, the sports drinks are not that important. as long as you are not dehydrated you should be fine.

    but, the pads are. are you using the same brand and model pads that came with the unit? i know that they did a bunch of research on pads to find those models.

    the location i found best is described in the .pdf (thanks b mayfield!), and is the small of the back with the full round pads.

    but, even with the knees, you should be able to (slowly!) adjust the dial on the ST so that you feel tingling. if you can't feel that then something is wrong.

    if you can, then dial it back a ways from that point, so that you definitely feel NO tingling. then if you just relax and breath, after about 20 minutes you should feel what is often described as "pulling" towards pleasure.

    unlike the aneros, you should definitely feel something even the first time w/ the ST. for me the best setting is very close to the off position, like a quarter of a turn towards on.

    darwin
  • Bama
    Posts: 20
    I am learning that the lower the setting, the better it felt. Today, I just tried the ST alone for awhile and it felt like a mild push-pulling in the pelvic region. Over all I felt alot more than I did the last time. I think I was overpowering it.

    As far as the pads, the ones that came with the unit, are now alot smaller than the one in the Aneros, Slightest Touch and the Super O guide (only 1 1/2 inches across). I did cut two down for the perineum and other areas. What I have ordered from Amazon are 2 inch diameter pads. I have tried behind knees, one on back and knees and one on knees and perineum. I have not tried the Super T set up.

    Here are the pads I ordered:
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001TZJYXE/ref=oss_product



    Are you saying the back is the better place than the knees? I open to learning any information on the ST and how to get the most out of it. Do I need to cut the 2 inch down or use them as is?

    And one last question?? I know you hook up and relax/buildup/visualize for 10 - 20 minutes, then insert Aneros. Do you need to relax again and allow body to adjust to Aneros or just go for it. When I use the Aneros only, I was going into a very deep self-hypnotic relaxation state after I inserted for about an hour.

    Overall I think the ST is a good investment if you are open to trying new things.....
  • CockadoodleCockadoodle
    Posts: 397
    Bama, did you read this .pdf that I posted earlier?

    http://maymay.net/maymay/sm/Aneros,%20Slightest%20Touch%20and%20the%20Super%20O.pdf

    It answers a lot of questions.

    Cockadoodle
  • Bama
    Posts: 20
    Cockadoodle,

    Yes I have a copy of the guide. It has excellent information. The only question I had was on the pads. The ones that came with the unit are smaller in diameter than than the ones described in the guide. Would I need to modify them??