When it comes to picking a prostate toy, simply buying one that looks cool or has the slickest features won’t always work out for you. P-Spot massagers come in a variety of configurations and unless you’re very accustomed to sticking things in your ass, you could end up with something unusable, unsatisfying, or both.
To choose a prostate massager the right way, you have to consider a few of things in the following order:
- Active or non-active.
- Material – silicone, metal, glass, or plastic.
- Shapes – straight, curved, tapered, rounded, bumpy, etc.
The biggest issue guys have with p-spot toys is that they size them wrong. If the thing is too small, in either length or width, it may fall out or not go deep enough to satisfy. On the other hand, if it’s too large in any one dimension, then a full insertion may be impossible or too uncomfortable.
For those who are new to p-spot massagers and anal toys in general, a good insertable length to start with is around 3.5 inches. Equally as important is the width which should be kept at around 1-1.25 inches. Unless you know that you can take more, don’t go too wide.
- Max Insertable Length: 3.5”
- Max Width: 1.25”
Experienced users should already have an idea what size works for them. Once this size is found, it’s typically a good idea to stick with it. Of course you can step it up or down if you desire, but why screw with a good thing.
Active or Non-Active. The next detail to think about is if you want one that vibrates or not. Not all so-called prostate massagers provide this feature and some can be quite pleasurable without it.
Take the Aneros Tempo for example (seen above). This is a solid metal prostate/anal toy that feels great once it’s in place and provides no buzzing or pulsing. Its unique design stimulates the muscles within the anus for an enhanced sexual experience.
Alternatively, multi-speed, multi-function toys such as the 7-Speed O-Boy (seen above), can give you a wide range of vibes and pulses for insane levels of pleasure. Keep in mind though that they’ll need batteries or a good charge before use. There’s nothing worse than being in the mood for some p-spot action only to find out your toy is dead!
Materials. One thing to know is that electronic devices will limit the types of materials available to you. Battery operated massagers are almost always made from some type of synthetic rubber or plastic; whereas, those without electronics can be metal, glass, plastic, silicone, or synthetic rubber.
Even though vibrating toys are pretty fun, consider getting one made from solid glass or metal. The reason is that you’ll be getting a product that should last for years no matter how often it’s used. Electronics eventually fail, and synthetic rubber materials tend to degrade over time – some faster than others. Additionally, metal and glass is very easy to clean and less likely to hold bacteria than other materials.
Shapes and Surface Features. Once you know the size and material of your prostate tickler, it’s time to decide on a shape. Your choices are numerous and what one guy likes doesn’t mean it’s what you’ll like. So, take a look at the products available to you and think about what interests you the most.
Consider that tapered probes tend to go in more easily, while a rounded knob my take time to get inserted. Surface features such as ribs and bumps can be fun but a simple butt-plug can do the job too. It’s mostly up to personal preference; however, for guys just getting their feet wet with anal, I would recommend either the Aneros Tempo or the Dr. Joel Kaplan Prostate Massager. The Tempo is a non-active probe while the Dr. Joel item offers variable speed control. Both are narrow enough to be inserted in even the tightest holes and are the least intimidating of those available.
Anal/Prostate toys don’t have to go deep to get you off. Sometimes, just the sensation of having a small plug inserted is enough to bring about much stronger orgasms. Therefore, a probe doesn’t necessarily have to rest against the prostate to work well. Never-the-less, if you want a true prostate massager, then a good choice would be one that has some reach like the Dr. Joel unit or one that fills the rectum like the Ass-Kicker with Cockring.
Keep it fun by not trying to go too fast or too big when just starting out. The anus is a fantastic erogenous zone but it’s also a tender area. The muscles within can cramp or get very sore if you’re not careful.
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