This is yet another European
(UK) made box. Again, this one
though meant for e-stimming is basically a tens unit with a few extras.
However, it is much more expensive than the others. It
runs 279 pounds (about $410 US, I think). This is only $50 cheaper than
Eros Tek which has gotten tons of positive review on the E-stim online zines.
Click here to go the Pleasuretec
home page. It can purchase in the USA from Rupert
Huse & Son
There have only been a few reviews of
this and that has been a mix of positive & negative. I am including
some quotes and links (below) here so you don't have to wade through stuff
so much. If you are doing a search on your own, not people have spelled
it different ways: Pleasuretec, pleasure tec, & pleasure-tec.
This is from the Rupert
Huse & Son website "When we tested it out we found the power
to be twice that of the Folsom Max box. The shape of the pulse seemed about
the same. What makes the PT2010 the ultimate, besides the increased power,
is the fact that the frequency is independently adjustable for both channels
( it is a two channel device ). No other power source we are aware of offers
this. In addition, when the modulation control and frequency controls are
set to where the unit is driven into a random mode, the signal is both more
powerful and yet more tolerable than the Max box."
quote from Eros-Tek on as EES forum. "The Pleasure Tec is a step up
from the Folsom and PES boxes but it's still an analog device and is fairly
limited in what it can do. In effect, it's a more powerful Folsom/PES box
with a few extra adjustments. The ET-312 has a great many advantages including
real stimulation routines instead of just repetitive modulation like the
Pleasure Tec has. It also has fully independent outputs where each can do
something completely different, audio stimulation (microphone, wave files,
music, etc.), a dozen adjustments, 18+ modes, multiple power ranges, a unique
ramp feature, a PC interface to add new routines/variety, upgradeable firmware,
long life rechargeable battery, etc. Those are all factual differences,
not just our opinion, because we're clearly biased " OK,
like they say, they Plesuretec's competitor. However, in looking at the
Pleasuretec box, I have to agree with Eros-Tek, even though I don't own
From A EESM Forum "A good friend
in the UK bought a Pleasuretec and said it's one step beyond a TENS but
nowhere close to her Omron."
It seems Eros-Tek units are hard, or
were hard to get in Europe, so this may be the only option if you live there
and need a higher power box. As a note
there site says that Goods can be returned for a full credit refund or exchange
if for any reason you are not satisfied with the product and it is returned
within 14 days of delivery intact in original packaging. Accessory toys
can't be returned. People on these sites have returned the device without
All the Pleasuretec toys look like those made by Rimba
too me. You can look at the Rimba review page
to see about those.
These link to either EES or EESM magazines. I have gone through &
tried to find threads that compared units.
few people thoughts on the box & one who returned it.
person who liked the box compared to a TENS unit & Folsom Box.
& Frequency of various Boxes including Pleasuretec