Arcwave Voy is a compact stroker with tightness adjustment system – and it looks just like a camera lens

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The Arcwave sextech company has released a new penis stroker device with a tightness adjustment system it claims is a first in rapidly-expanding penis stroker and sleeve sector.

The new Arcwave Voy’s Tightness Adjustment System (TAS) allows the stroker to be adjusted to eight different tightness settings by twisting an outer sleeve on the stroker.

The company said that the Voy had been designed to target Merkel-Ranvier receptors in the skin of the penis: tactile cells that detect touch. The product uses non-porous CleanTech silicon, which Arcwave claims provides an ultra-soft sensation more pleasurable than that of human hands.

Arcwave Voy

Review upcoming.

Arcwave Ion

$199 at time of review.
The Arcwave Voy stroker is a compact device suitable for travel.
The Arcwave Voy penis stroker, not an SLR camera lens.

The Voy retails at $99. It is a relatively compact penis stroker, being 180mm long at its longest section and having a diameter of 85mm. Designed with a sleek black finish, it very much looks like an SLR camera lens, which should be a plus for anyone wanting to take it on the road and remain discreet. It weighs 358g.

It includes two protector lids with ventilator channels, designed to allow the device to dry quickly. The Voy is water resistant, with Arcwave saying it can be used safely in the shower and bath.

Arcwave is a relatively new player in the penis stroker game, having launched in 2020. Originally based in Berlin, the company is part of the Wow Tech Group, so has some high-pedigree sextech stablemates, including We-Vibe, Womanizer and Romp.

In 2020, Arcwave announced its introduction to the penis stimulator arena with the release of the Ion, a device that promised “female orgasms for men”. The company said it stimulates the same nerves in the penis that are stimulated in the clitoris.

Read next: Arcwave Ion Review

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