Image Source: https://www.otonajp.com/change-your-swimsuit-one-piece-version
Hello, How are you all? Thanks for coming back and checking on me. Hope you all are feeling well and hanging in there. It’s summertime, once again. The summer season may be about halfway over depending where you live, but that don’t mean we can all enjoy ourselves. Funny thing is, I already feel kind of hot at the time I’m writing this and not in a “Damn, this chick is hot and I wanna bed her” kind of way, but actually sweating a bit here. A/C should kick in soon and I got a water on hand.
You may find this surprising, but this is not a sponsored review. These are once again some things that had caught my eye. I had actually purchased these at the same time as the Punk Girl Lotion. You can find my review of that product in the link below. But before you go a start reading that review, I’d like to finish what I was saying before. As you may have read from the title there are two products here, onaholes specifically, that share similarities. One such similarity is the theme: Swimsuits. The great debate of the season: Bikini vs One Piece (Not the anime, those the style of swimsuit does appear in various animes). Both have their ups and downs, but I’m focusing on the onaholes instead. Would an actual debate actually be interesting? Who knows? Anyways, I’ve kept you all waiting, here’s the link and here’s the review.
https://www.otonajp.com/change-your-swimsuit-bikini-version ($26.08, now $22.20)
https://www.otonajp.com/change-your-swimsuit-one-piece-version ($26.08, now $22.20)
As you can see, both onaholes come in a clam-shell like plastic packaging. Kind of like those trading card packs I would see sometimes in one of those big stores, like a Walmart or a Target. The kinds that hold either multiple packs or a pack with a bonus card.
Also, yes, these QR codes actually work. By pointing your phone’s camera at the codes, you are redirected to SOD’s (Soft on Demand) website. Spoilers: Each card redirects you to a specific video that fits the onahole’s theme (The bikini shows an actress in a bikini, the one piece shows another actress in a one piece).
I previously thought the code would work by using the photos, but I’ve had no luck so here are the links if anyone is interested (Hopefully this won’t be a problem that will have to be removed later).
Right then, comparing the two onaholes was a bit harder than I originally thought. Besides gimmick, not much else separate these two. The tunnels are largely the same as are the bodily proportions. So really it comes down to personal preference between bikini and one piece swimsuits. The only other notable difference between the two is probably the skin tone and even then, it doesn’t seem like a significant difference.
I had previously mentioned the tunnels were largely the same, so the following applies for both: there are three points throughout the tunnel. At the entrance is it’s straight, with a pleat like texture and a narrow choke point. In the middle is also with a pleated texture but curves a bit. And at the endpoint, is a round like end with a nub like texture. All in all, a wonderful experience regardless of which one you picked.
Can be summed up in one sentence: Use, wash, dry, store.
And since they are very similar, the score will be for both.
- FEELING: 8/10 The three different feelings are always welcome, and keeps things interesting.
- MATERIAL: 8/10 The outside of the onaholes are soft. The outfits are stretchy and fit right.
- PRICE: 10/10 Affordable and great on a budget.
- ADDITIONS/BONUSES: 10/10 The 2nd outfits are a welcome addition. The lotion is also good.
- CLEANING: 10/10 Like I mentioned: use, wash, dry, store.
FINAL SCORE: 46/50 or 92%. Great to use, easy to store and fits the seasonal aesthetic wonderfully. Either one, you really can’t go wrong.
If you’d like one or even both of these onaholes for yourself, you can find them in the following links:
I hope to see you all again soon.