In this Fleshlight sleeve warmer review you’ll learn how GOOD it does the job, and how to use it to heat up your FL the most effectively. Read on:
Since I discovered the art of soaking my Fleshlight sleeves in hot water, no wank-to-pleasure-heaven routine was ever complete without this crucial warming step.
Unfortunately, this traditional warming method has a few downsides.
First, it takes time. Second, it’s messy. Third, it requires a lot of props. Fourth, fifth, sixth… I can go on and on.
Seriously, what’s a guy got to do to get a quick wank that’s as close to real sex as possible?
Enter Fleshlight’s Sleeve Warmer.
As an avid FLyer with a collection of sleeves, I had to give it a try. (And yup, I’ve been using this product with my FL sleeves for almost a year now.)
In this review, I’ll cover all of my experiences with this sleeve warmer and answer your sizzling hot question of whether it’s worth it or not.
If you can’t wait to take the warm plunge, here’s the TL;DR:
The Fleshlight Sleeve Warmer gets the job done of warming your sleeve to a pleasant temperature for a more realistic and pleasurable Fleshlight experience. Unlike the traditional soak-in-hot-water approach, it warms your sleeves so much faster, more conveniently, and is less of a hassle. Plus, it makes a Fleshlight your next best companion during colder months.
The Not So Good
Heat isn’t evenly distributed, so the sleeve’s entry and base don’t get as warm as its center. And the sleeve warmer’s risqué shape can be a bit difficult to hide for some folks who don’t have enough privacy at home.
FL Sleeve Warmer is for you if:
- You want a more realistic and pleasurable Fleshlight experience
- You don’t like the feel of cold, clammy sleeves
- You want a quick and convenient way of warming your sleeve
- You find soaking your sleeve in hot water a hassle
- You want a fast, simple cleanup routine after warming and using your sleeve
- You live in a place with colder months
FL Sleeve Warmer might not be for you if:
- You like plunging into a wet and cold hole
- You’re looking for a quick wank with no time to spare
- You want to warm your sleeve in varying temperature levels
- You don’t have a discreet place for storing a warming device
Table of Contents
My First Impressions
As with my other Fleshlight orders, my Fleshlight Sleeve Warmer came in a plain brown box. Still discreet as ever with the usual UPS sticker, barcode, and label that it came from ILF.
I opened the package and boom! I’m hit with a picture of the sleeve warmer on a box, like one of those computer accessory boxes.
Inside the box, there’s…
- a USB-powered sleeve warmer
- an instruction leaflet
For a warming rod, it’s very sleek and elegant-looking. I mean, the material itself looks like well-made and sturdy plastic.
It kinda reminds me of a paper towel stand or an enlarged and thicker metal receipt holder. But with a tapered dildo-like tip that looks like it’ll impale your Fleshlight.
I guess that’s the shape they went for because it’s meant to hold your sleeve for warmth. And nope, don’t even think about inserting it into any of your hungry orifices.
As warm and welcoming as it looks, you don’t want to nurse a burnt backdoor the next day (or week)!
Let’s Talk About Tech Specs
Fleshlight’s Sleeve Warmer has a total length of 9.25″ — the perfect size to fit any Fleshlight sleeve. Heck, I even tried other sleeve brands from my collection, and it warmed them too.
No smoke, melting, damage, or fires happened (THANK GOD!). But it didn’t provide any warmth to my silicone-made masturbators like those from Bad Dragon and Tantus.
I honestly imagined it would be bigger in person. But it’s true to size and just weighs around 0.6 lbs. It’s a tad difficult to hide if you don’t have privacy at home, given its risqué shape.
Box deets claim that it can warm your sleeve up to a maximum temperature of 105 °F (40 °C). Okay, that’s like getting inside someone with a high fever (much more on that later).
It’s water-resistant, not waterproof. So, NEVER submerge it in water to clean it. A simple damp cloth or antibacterial wipe will do.
It has a 32″ universal USB cable. Well, it’s a bit shorter than an iPhone charging cable or most USB charging cables.
But it’s enough if you’re just going to plug it into your laptop’s USB socket or power bank. It’s also the perfect length if you’re going to use it near a wall outlet with your wall adapter.
Oh, you won’t see any button on this sleeve warmer. Instead, it’s a plug-and-play device with an automatic shut-off and power cycling feature.
That means you don’t have to worry about burning the insides of your precious Fleshlights or overheating the warmer. (Perfecto!)
The rod itself is shaped like a solid dong with a tapered tip, making it easier to insert your Fleshlight sleeve. Well, not quite. But we’ll get to that later.
Its base has non-slip pads. All four feet have non-slip pads, so your device stays put on any flat surface.
WAIT, WHAT? FOUR feet? I thought there were only THREE?
*New design alert. New design alert. New design alert.*
Okay, here’s the kicker. I initially thought I received a FAKE Sleeve Warmer from Fleshlight. I checked the official product page and saw it only has three feet.
No updates of version 2 as well.
I even went ahead and boldly asked my mate who has had this product for 4+ years and THE SAME. Only three feet or legs or whatever you call ‘em.
So, I talked to customer support. They said they changed manufacturers, so there are a few tweaks to the design. But that’s it.
Phew! That was a relief—you sneaky fellas.
So, what changed? If you’re gonna order one right now, expect to see a four-pronged base. I personally think this is more stable than their previous three-legged warmer.
And instead of seeing a big, green Fleshlight symbol lighting up, you’ll only see a small dot of an indicator light. (Uhm, not one of my favorite changes.)
Those are the physical changes I’m very much aware of. Temperature changes? I’m not so sure ‘cause I don’t have the old one… I’ll probably make a comparison if my mate lets me borrow his.
And yeah, still no buttons on the cable, base, or rod itself. You simply plug the device into any USB socket, and voila!
How to Use The Fleshlight Sleeve Warmer
Using the sleeve warmer is pretty simple. Just plug it into any USB socket to turn it on.
No need to fumble with complicated buttons or dials. NADA!
- It’s on when the small LED button lights up green. That means the device is warming up.
- Slowly insert any Fleshlight sleeve of your choice.
- Wait for the green light to go out. That would be around 5-10 minutes, depending on where you plug your device.
- That also means it’s reached optimal temperature, so the warmer will switch off.
- Slowly remove your Fleshlight and get ready to take the warm plunge you’ve been waiting for.
- You can leave the warmer plugged in after it’s cooled down.
- It would eventually turn itself on and go through another warming cycle.
Such a neat feature, really, especially if you want to edge and give your sleeve another go. Or you can keep it plugged in and insert another Fleshlight and put it on standby.
Play with different textures and let your imagination run wild!
But for safety reasons, I would recommend that you unplug the device after your “session” and just before cleaning the warmer.
Doing so pretty much saves your device, conserves power, and avoids any accidental tripping over the wire and other mishaps.
How Warm Does It Get?
Oh, before I forget, I do remember the time Fleshlight launched their Sleeve Warmer, and I only had my OG Pink Lady vag and butt orifices.
And I also remember being one of those few FLyers who was hesitant to put my schlong inside a 135-FREAKIN’-DEGREES-FAHRENHEIT sleeve!
That’s like subjecting my dick to hot water1 that’s too hot to touch even with my bare hand!
Okay, bye, Felicia!
We never got an explanation from Fleshlight why such a temperature spec even existed. Scare tactic, I suppose? But I’ve read many user reviews and the max temp only reached between 100 °F and 110 °F.
So, moving on with the Fleshlight Sleeve Warmer that I have with me right now. It says it can warm Fleshlight sleeves to 105 °F.
Realistic temp spec, finally! Kinda plunging your hole inside someone with a high fever ‘cause the normal temp range for healthy adults is from 97.7 to 99.5 °F.
Of course, I gave it a test run to make sure that it does what it claims. No more false advertising, please. And surprisingly, it did. (Bravo! Sei magnifico!)
So, here’s what I’ve gathered from months of using the Sleeve Warmer with my Fleshlights:
SIMPLY PUT, ditch the free 5V, 1A USB adapter or your 5V, 1A iPhone charger. Use a 5V, 2A USB adapter or higher instead, like your iPad or Kindle Fire tablet.
Note: The warmer automatically picks the most desirable temperature to warm your sleeve. There’s no way for you to control temperature levels.
How Does A Fleshlight Feel After It’s Warmed?
Like warm apple pie…
Oops, sorry. Just one of those random movie one-liners that stuck with me.
In all seriousness, it’s SO MUCH DIFFERENT than wanking a cold, uninviting Fleshlight.
You see, it’s like penetrating a warm and welcoming hole… Kinda like having sex with a living, breathing human.
It’s REALLY GOOD. So good that every time I close my eyes, my mind takes me on a trip down naughty memory lane.
All those memories of my sexcapades featuring my testosterone-fueled self. Like those reckless not-wearing-any-condom times. Okay, you get the picture.
All I’m saying is using the Sleeve Warmer with my Fleshlights meant fewer distractions and less mess. I got more into the moment with its lubed warmness plus the right stroke and pace.
Everything just falls into place with this kind of Fleshlight routine.
And those experiences are something you never get with most cold, unwelcoming sex toys for penis owners.
My Experience With The Fleshlight Sleeve Warmer
Okay, I have to admit. There was a bit of a learning curve. Particularly those times I needed to figure out how to optimize the warmth from the device to my Fleshlight sleeves.
Once I got it, though. BAM! JACKPOT!
But let’s start with the first few tries. I used my Riley Reid Euphoria and Stoya Destroya sleeves for my first try with the Sleeve Warmer.
I thought the tapered dildo-like tip would make inserting both sleeves (or any sleeve for that matter) easier. WRONG!
It was a bit tricky to get it in. You have to use some force. So, I stopped.
I decided to remove the end cap to release the tension from the sleeve. And surprise, surprise. IT WORKED. It was easier to insert my Stoya.
I initially plugged my sleeve warmer into my laptop’s USB socket ‘cause I’m just on my desk, doing my “business.” Plus, all the fun, juicy stuff is just right inside my computer.
The small LED indicator light turned green. A sign that my Stoya’s getting warmed up. I was also getting warmed up myself (*wink*).
After 5 minutes, the green light turned off. So, I slowly removed Stoya, placed the end cap back in, and applied some lube. I had to insert my finger and check if it was warm enough for my liking.
Unfortunately, the sleeve was not as warm as I expected. I decided to insert my lubed Stoya back into the warming rod.
I was a bit hesitant to do this as things might get messy. Well, it was a bit messy.
But then, all the mess was worth it because now inserting and removing the sleeve were way easier. In addition, I didn’t need to remove the end cap anymore.
I removed Stoya and inserted Euphoria to get it warmed up and ready when Stoya’s not warm anymore.
But dang! The sensations are crazy! When the sleeve’s warm, I noticed all the textures coming together. And that gave me one of the most pleasurable Fleshlight experiences of my life.
Yeah, the warmth definitely adds to the realism. Like you’re really penetrating a real-life vagina.
And I’d say it’s worth it. A major upgrade from my soak-the-sleeve-in-water routine!
But even a product this good has a couple of downsides. One major downside is the entry doesn’t get as warm as the inside of the sleeve.
If you’re the type of FLyer who likes all things warm, this might turn you off. But for me, it wasn’t that big of an issue or a mood killer.
In the next days and months of using the Sleeve Warmer, I learned that the fastest way to heat and retain the sleeve’s heat is to use a 10-watt (5V, 2A) or higher USB power adapter.
Then, plug it into your wall outlet, not your computer or laptop. The warmth will last you longer, especially if you need more time to get off or you want to practice edging.
Price, Where To Buy
Fleshlight’s Sleeve Warmer comes at an affordable price of $29.95 when you purchase it directly from their official website.
If you’re a loyal FLyer, you can take part in their Rewards Program, earn points, and use them to get up to $25 off your next purchase.
You can also get it from get it from Lovehoney (around $32).
Just these shops, alright? Don’t go knockin’ on Amazon’s despicable doors.
What Do Other People Think About It?
There’s a mix of good and not-so-good reviews about Fleshlight’s Sleeve Warmer.
Here’s the good:
“Then when I warmed the sleeve, comments changed to, ‘Oh god yes’ I clarified if ‘Oh God’ was a good ‘Oh God,’ and not that I didn’t just burn his cock, lol and it was indeed a heavenly ‘Oh God.’ He said it felt a hell of a lot more pleasurable & realistic by a long shot and seemed to make the texture pop out more to him, as well he made a lot of pleasured sounds. Note: I warm up the sleeve for anywhere between 20-30 mins, and I also warm up the lube.
So in our experience, Yes the sleeve warmer is a total game-changer 100% and worth every cent to purchase. Just be sure to pre-lube the sleeve warmer a tiny bit as well as the fleshlight prior to inserting the warmer into the FL.”
Then here’s the not-so-good:
“The sleeve warmer is fine, but it takes too long to heat up the sleeve thoroughly. And it doesn’t heat up the entire sleeve. You have to shift the sleeve up and down the heating stem to make sure that heat gets distributed evenly.”
And here’s one guy that seems to be on the same wavelength as I:
“I have the warmer, and I haven’t been as disappointed by it, but maybe I had a lower bar for it to clear. You were looking for increased quality of warmth—expecting it to warm it better than using water, while I was looking for convenience—just hoping it would knock the chill out of the inside during the winter without me having to deal with the wet pre-mess. For me, it delivers on that requirement, and the convenience of not messing with the water is worth the trade-off of it not being as thoroughly warm.”
Other Ways to Warm Up Your Fleshlight
If you think spending 30 bucks on the Fleshlight Sleeve Warmer is a waste, you can take the traditional, messier (don’t say I didn’t warn you) approach.
So, it goes something like this…
- Get a small bucket for your hot water and sleeve. Fill it up, and soak your sleeve of choice for 10-15 minutes.
- Wipe excess water from the outside and let water from the inside drip. Then, put back the sleeve inside the case, lube up, and off to pleasure town!
- If you want to warm up your lube, you can also throw it inside the bucket at the same time as your sleeve. But you can keep it there in case you want to apply more.
And oh, I also found another method that I might try some other time. It involves an electric heating pad. Simply roll your Fleshlight inside and keep it there for about 30 minutes.
Keep the setting medium or low. And be mindful of your time, or you’ll end up burning your dong or melting your sleeve.
Sure, it’s not as messy as the traditional approach, but it’ll take a minimum of 30 minutes or more to get there.
So, Is It Worth It?
OH, HELL YEAH!
I stand by this product because it’s made warming my Fleshlight sleeves so much more convenient, faster, and less of a hassle for a low price!
If you don’t wanna be bothered warming up your sleeve, then this is not for you. But if more realistic sex is what you need, this is the Fleshlight accessory to get.
Less mess, less stress, more OH YESSS!!! — And who doesn’t want that?