Apollo is different in many ways from the other male masturbator toys we have tried. Apollo comes with 2 different base caps one is for stroking with your hands while the other has a suction cup so you can stick to the wall in the shower, headboard, mirror really anywhere you can get it to stick.
Apollo measures in at
Length: 8.5 inches
Fits up to: 3.5 inches in girth
Vaginal Depth: 3.5 inches
Weight: 15 ounces
The material used to make up the Apollo is made of several different materials an I will discuss each one. The inner chamber of Apollo is made up of TPR (Thermoplastic Rubber) which is porous but not as porous as jelly, cyber skin, UR3 etc..... The nodules inside of Apollo are long an smooth to provide you with stimulation to the penis that a lot of strokers don't have. TPR is body safe, latex free, phathalates free and hypoallergenic. If you plan to share this stroker with your male partner if you are in a male/male relationship I would recommend using a condom unless you are already fluid bonded. The outer casing of Apollo is made out of ABS plastic which is also body safe, hypoallergenic, latex and phathalates free.
The controls for Apollo are pretty simple an can be easily accessed during play. You will see the (Q) like button that will turn Apollo on the (~) button is to change your patterns. Apollo has 30 different pattern settings, I honestly couldn't tell the difference between a lot of the patterns though. Apollo isn't rechargeable so you will need 3 AAA batteries that you will want to place into the battery cradle. The cradle slips inside the bottom portion of Apollo and will not work unless the batteries are in the cradle. After placing the cradle inside of Apollo you will want to make sure you put the cap back on tightly.
Apollos chamber is suppose to not only vibrate but have some suction to it in order to add to the stimulation you'll receive.
Apollo's packaging is pretty simple and nowhere near discreet. Apollo comes in a cardboard box that servers no purpose but to get the product to you as it would make for a good storage option. As you can see there are pictures of Apollo on the packaging with several details about him. When I opened the box I found Apollo wrapped in a plastic bag that was sealed. If you wish to toss all of the packaging it is recyclable so you can toss it in the recycling bin.
Caring for Apollo is pretty simple especially since the inside chamber comes out. To remove the chamber you will want to remove the ring around the top this will allow you to remove the chamber to clean it. You can easily clean the chamber using an antibacterial soap with warm water. There is NO WAY to sterilize TPR so don't go trying to boil it, placing it the dishwasher or cleaning it with a bleach solution as that could turn out bad for your pots, dishwasher and Apollo. It is best to leave Apollo apart so that he can dry completely before putting him back together. To replace the chamber you will want to slide it back in to place making sure that it is connected to the raised areas around the top that hold the chamber in place.
With the material you will want to use a water based lubricant as silicone or oil based lubricants can damage the TPR material.
Storing Apollo can be as easy as placing it in a Ziploc bag an placing it in your drawer whether it be your nightstand or dresser. If you need lockable storage options you can checkout the Tallulah that is lockable an will hold both the stroker and the suction cup attachment. You will want to make sure that you have removed the batteries before storing as well in case the batteries leak you aren't ruining the cradle or the connections.
I personally wasn't around when the stroker was used but this is the report I got:
While the vibrations were nice to have as a truck driver I wasn't able to use the suction cup so it wasn't a hands free experience. Apollo was easy to clean and worked great with a simple water based lubricant. While Apollo was suppose to have some suction to it there really wasn't any. If I could combine the suction from the Fleshlight and the chamber along with the vibrations of Apollo I would have the perfect toy.