What is the difference between the Revy Innovations SRP and other SRPs?
The Revy Innovations SRP is specifically designed to fit in the cavity of a love doll.
How does the power/speed/torque compare to other SRPs?
The Revy Innovations SRP is much more powerful than other SRPs. Make sure to use sufficient lube.
The speed is 260 RPM normally (both wired and wireless) or 400RPM overclocked (wireless only). Most SRPs are only 120RPM.
Max torque is 290 oz-inch (Most SRPs are 100 oz-inch)
Max power is 10W (Most SRPs are 2W)
The Revy Innovations SRP achieves its power in such a small form factor because it makes full use of the space it is given, and also uses high-quality robotics-grade components. Hold the Revy Innovations SRP in one hand and generic SRP in another, and you will discover that the Revy Innovations SRP is deceptively heavy.
This other SRP advertises 4000/10,000/20,000 RPM?
I have no idea where they get their numbers, most of them only run at 120RPM.
Also, how much does it slow down under "load"? IE how much torque does it have? Does it even advertise the torque? There's a tradeoff between torque and RPM, so if a very impressive RPM is advertised but no mention of torque, they've probably traded torque for RPM.
Wireless or Wired Variant?
While the SRP was originally wireless, it has changed to wired. The wired variant is comparatively simple, robust, reliable, and capable of bi-directional movement. It has equal power on paper, but can be "overclocked". However, there's an awkward wire coming out of it that some people can't get over. There are a limited supply of wireless models available, if you would like one, purchase a wired SRP + speed controller and put "requesting wireless SRP" in the comments.
How soon will X be available?
Will the SRP fit my doll? / How large is the SRP?
The SRP measures 6.3cm by 17.8cm.
The doll must have a removable insert option (minimum recommended size: 4cm by 15cm).
For reference, a 16oz redbull can measures 6.3cm by 17.6cm.
If you are unsure that the SRP will fit in your doll, buy a 16oz redbull can, put it in a plastic bag, lube it up, and put it in your doll. If the labia closes around the can, your doll should be able to fit a SRP.
My girth is X / what insert should I get?
Regular is for up to 5.0 inch circumference
Large is for 5.0 inch to 6.0 inch
Larger than 6.0 inch...try the large and if it doesn't work, I'll send you some custom parts
The superior torque of the SRP should be able to handle "over-girth"
(if you're roughly 5.0inch in girth and unsure whether to get Regular or Large, both will probably work, it depends on how tight you want it.)
My length is X, can I go balls deep?
Probably not. Although the total length of the SRP is only 168mm (6.6 inch) , the insertable length is only half that. This is because the motor takes up much of the limited space.
What is included?
The base package includes the SRP, the Speed Controller, an insert, and a small vial of mineral oil for lube
The Smart Controller currently sold together (for pre-orders), and will be available separately once the pre-order stage is over
A battery module and overclock module will also become available after the pre-order stage is over
Is the packaging discreet?
The packaging is totally discreet. It will be a cardboard box from "Revy Innovations LLC"
Is the product itself discreet?
The product itself is also discrete, with the exception of the silicone insert. The silicone insert, while not entirely "discrete", is translucent grey instead of pink or beige, and does not attempt to imitate a labia.
The instructions are just a link to https://revyinnovations.com/instructions.
What kind of lube should I use? (TL;DR Mineral Oil)
You should only use oil-based lubes, ideally mineral oil (which you would need for general doll maintenance anyways).
Silicone lubes will damage the silicone insert (and your doll if your doll is made of silicone)
Water-based lubes evaporate too quickly, given the SRP's excessive lube consumption, and also risk damaging the electronics (while significant effort has been made to make the SRP water-resistant, it is not water-proof)
If you want video format, TFM's review videos are here:
The archive section of the status page has a lot of (outdated) information: