Conductive rubber is an often overlooked material for making cheap and highly effective e-stim electrodes

It is its simplicity that makes it such a good choice for homemade DIY electrodes.

Conductive rubber is actually conductive silicone, and graphite powder is mixed in with the silicone. As it cures the graphite particles touch and allows a current to flow through the previously insulating silicone.

Initially created for the pharmaceutical industry as a way of reducing static in hoses it has found a kinkier use within the e-stim community.

Rough use and stretching reduce the life of conductive rubber as it breaks down the bonds between the graphite particles.

A Highly Conductive Water Based Lube - Great For Electroplay

The lovely people over at E-Stim Systems sent me a tube of their latest creation Electrogel to review free of charge in exchange for a fair and honest review, this will not affect the outcome of my review in any way and anyone who reads my reviews knows that I say it how it is.

Up until this point I have been using a regular water based lube during my electrosex sessions. I was looking forward to testing a product made especially for E-stim fun and games, one that had its properties tailored to focus mainly on its conductive properties - or that is what I had presumed.

Insertion was really easy with the Electrogel as it is also an amazing lube which surprised me, as I initially thought that it may have been designed focussing on its conductive properties and I am happy to report that this isn't so, this is one fine lube as well.

So armed with a tube of Electrogel, two bi-polar electrodes and a fucking machine I set about reviewing E-stim Systems' latest creation.

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