Aneros Reviews – Find The Best Aneros For You
You can find here in our Aneros Reviews guide the most popular Aneros model reviewed by our prostate toy expert.
Prostate play and massage are beginning to gain more popularity, and I think there are three main contributing factors to this: Firstly, society is becoming more comfortable with sex toys in general and this applies to men’s prostate massagers as well. Secondly, there’s less of a stigma around prostate play among heterosexual males, which is leading to greater experimentation. Which leads me to the final reason – that men are starting to realize just how much pleasure can be gained from stimulating their prostate. As a result, growing numbers of men are in hot pursuit of the ‘super O’.
Now, when it comes to prostate massagers, they don’t get much better than Aneros, who is the undisputed market leader for men’s prostate toys. They offer a wide range of toys, suitable for beginners all the way up to seasoned prostate-play pros.
This article will explore a variety of models from Aneros’ range, helping to make you familiar with their models and the differences between them. As well as their prostate massagers, as a bonus, we’ll take a look at a few Aneros products designed for women as well.
A Quick Aneros F.A.Q.
What’s so special about Aneros prostate toys?
Aneros is the world’s leading manufacturer of prostate toys. As they’ve been creating popular prostate massagers since 2003, they’ve had plenty of time to release products, gain feedback, conduct research & development, and make improvements. Over time, this has allowed them to release better prostate toys, winning them legions of fans in the process.
Another benefit of being the market leader and having the most users is that Aneros’ products are the easiest to find relevant information on. Prostate play, though not new, is just starting to gain greater mainstream acceptance, so, sadly, not too many men are shouting from the rooftops about their experiences. Fortunately, Aneros have enough, vocal, users for someone who’s curious and wants to find out more to discover enough helpful information.
How to use an Aneros?
You can use an Aneros toy the same way you’d use any other prostate toy: In short, by gently inserting it into your rectum, locating the prostate gland within your anal passage, and gently stimulating it. There might be some slight variations on use, depending on the toy but fortunately, each one comes with clear instructions and diagrams.
How does an Aneros work?
Aneros toys are prostate massagers, which means they are designed to stimulate your prostate gland. This is a gland found behind your rectum in your anal passage, responsible for creating seminal fluid. The general idea is to slowly stimulate your prostate but consistently applying pressure to it.
However, stimulating your prostate to climax is different from trying to achieve orgasm using your penis. You can find out more in our Ultimate Guide to Prostate Toys
What is the best Aneros model for beginners?
The Helix Syn is widely regarded as the best model for beginners – which an opinion that I also share. The Helix Trident and Peridise (2 pack for couples’ play) are also good models for beginners.
What is the best Aneros model for experienced users?
With its great shape and ability to vibrate, I’ve got to go with the Vice as the best model for experienced users. I also think the Eupho Syn and Progasm offer a lot to advanced users.
Which Aneros is the biggest?
The Progasm is the biggest model in Aneros’ range. This is followed by the Maximus Trident.
What is the best lube for Aneros?
As with any other sex toy, you can’t go wrong with a good water-based lube: They won’t cause damage to the material of any toy and are easier to clean up. To make your choice even easier, Aneros has its own brand of lube called Sessions.
Where can I buy an Aneros?
You’ll find the full range of Aneros products, at competitive prices, at popular sex toy online retailers like Adam and Eve and Love Honey. Still, the best place to buy an Aneros toy is probably on their official website at aneros.com. They ship internationally in discreet standard brown packages.
Aneros Helix Syn Review
Just like the Helix Trident, the Helix Syn is based on the manufacturer’s original Helix model. However, instead, this model has been upgraded to make it as comfortable. As a result, it is one of the best prostate massagers for beginners.
The main reason for this is the Helix Syn’s size and shape. Firstly, it’s nice and small, making for easy insertion and a manageable amount of pressure on the prostate. It has a small head and moderately-sized contours, which decrease in size as you get down towards the toy’s base. The result of this is that as you start to insert it into your rectum, the muscles in your anal passage will do the rest and gently suck it in.
This is another factor which makes it perfect for beginners: you don’t have to think about it too much, your body will take over; a great way of getting used to prostate massage. Also, it has a very slight bend, much like the Euphos Syn, which also makes it easy to insert and move around.
Another reason it’s great for beginners is its silicone coating, which makes it rigid enough to be easily inserted and moved around but also gives it a soft texture that those new to prostate massage will appreciate. Also, its P-Tab, or Comfort Tab is also coated in silicone, making it far more comfortable to apply a bit of pleasant pressure to your perineum.
This is in contrast to some of the other models, for which users complain the P-Tab is too hard; this way, beginners have a shot at experiencing the sensation of stimulating their perineum with a greater degree of comfort.
Pros – Perfect for beginners
Cons – Possible to outgrow this after a short time, if you’re a beginner that gets used to prostate massage quickly.
Aneros Progasm Review
The Progasm is one of the largest in Aneros’ range, with a girth and shape most suitable for more experienced users. It features a large, angled head, ideal for hitting your P-spot from a variety of angles, as well as a thick body for inserting the toy a little deeper.
Like most other Aneros prostate massagers, it features K and P tabs, both of which are solid can capable of applying more pressure to their respective pressure points.
The Progasm is made from medical-grade, ABS plastic, giving it a solid, sleek appearance. As well as Aneros’ signature white, there are also three Ice variations: The Progasm Ice, which has a see-through, blown glass-like appearance (with bubbles), the Black Ice, which has a slick, Onyx-like look, and the newer, naughty-looking Red Ice.
Pros – Ideal for more experienced users, good choice of colors.
Cons – K and P tabs can get in the way.
Aneros Progasm JR Review
If you’ve ever bought a Whopper Jr from Burger King, you’ve probably correctly guess that the Progasm Jr is simply a smaller version of the Progasm. This means that it features all the things that make its brother such a great prostate massager, like the bulbous, tilted head and enticing shape, but in a slightly smaller package.
This actually makes puts the Progasm Jr in an interesting place within Aneros’ range as a whole, as it’s an ideal mid-level, or intermediate toy: Great for those who are starting to get the hang of prostate play but perhaps not quite enough for more experienced users.
Pros – Great for more intermediate users who have outgrown a smaller model but aren’t yet ready for a large toy, like the Progasm.
Cons – Hardness might be uncomfortable for some users.
Aneros Eupho Syn Review
The Eupho Syn is an interesting model, as although it looks, and feels like it’s tailor-made for those new to prostate play, it’s actually more suited for expert users.
For a start, there’s the Eupho Syn’s size and shape, which sees it equipped with a small head, narrow girth, and subtle bend, all of which looks ideal for beginners. However, its small size makes for easy insertion and greater movement, meaning those most experienced in contracting their rectum and hands-free prostate massage will get the most from it.
Secondly, there’s the matter of the Eupho Syn’s silicone coating, which actually makes other models in the range, like the Helix Syn, better for beginners, due to its softer texture. But that simply makes moving the massager around your anal passage that much more pleasant and is another feature experienced users will get a kick out of. What’s more, the Eupho Syn’s P-Tab is also coated in silicone, which makes for a more pleasant experience and is a reason it’s been named the Comfort Tab.
Pro – Size and texture make it easy to maneuver and can make for an intensely pleasurable experience for those well practiced in hands-free prostate play.
Con – May seem too small for experienced users who are used to thicker prostate massagers.
Aneros DeVice Review
To prove just how well designed a prostate massage the Vice is, Aneros went onto release the DeVice, a toy with the same shape and no vibrating unit, after demand from their customer base. The result is, you get many of the Vice’s best features – but with no vibrating feature, it’s half the price!
The DeVice has the same gorgeous, bulbous shape as the Vice, with the same soft, silicone coating. However, as it doesn’t contain the vibration unit, it’s a little less rigid, which some users will prefer, particularly less experienced users. That being said, again, just like the Vice, its best suited for intermediate to experienced users.
Pros – Interesting design, half the price of the Vice
Cons – Not great for all beginners
Aneros Peridise Review
Aneros Peridise 2-pack is the ultimate introduction to couple’s anal play, containing his and her swizzle sticks. Each of the sticks is designed a little differently, with the one designed for men featuring a larger head for greater prostate stimulation, while the one for women is a little smaller to account for decreased muscle tone.
However, both have been specially designed for the body to naturally respond and shape itself around it. Once you get the head in, instead of pushing it out, the design, and the smooth (medical grade) plastic it’s made from, will cause your muscles to draw it the Peridise in – another reason why it’s ideal for beginners.
Pros – Ideal for couples’ play, cheap
Cons – Intended mainly for beginners
Aneros Tempo Review
While the Peridise is offers something for everyone by coming with his and her anal toy, the Tempo goes a slightly different route by being a unisex toy. It achieves this by both having a larger head for prostate stimulation, as well as well-spaced ridges along its body for enhanced stimulation of the nerve endings in the anal passage. Another aspect of its design is how beautiful it is. It’s made from shiny, stainless steel that makes it look more like an ornate chess piece than a prostate massager. Also, being metal, it can retain heat and cold well, which allows you to alter its temperature according to your tastes.
Pros – Gorgeous design, retains heat and cold well
Cons – Mainly aimed at beginners, though it will be too cold and hard for some.
Aneros Helix Trident Review
The Helix Trident is actually an updated version of the original Helix, one of Aneros’ early prostate massagers. This version’s main improvement, over the Helix Classic, is the use of Aneros’ Multi-Axial Motion Architecture technology (MAMA). This gives the massager a more contoured texture, making for enhanced sensations. It also allows for greater range of movement, with you being stimulated by rotational and side to side movements, as well as moving the Helix up and down inside your anal canal.
The Helix Trident has two tabs over the single tab offered by the Helix Classic: The P-tab, which targets your perineum, and K-tab, which zones in on your kundalini pressure point. The handle, as a whole, which connects the tabs to the toy’s body, has been strengthened, to make the tabs more durable. Also, the P-tab is now larger, for greater comfort and pleasure while it applies pressure to your perineum.
Like other toys in the Trident range, the Helix is made from high-grade, non-porous plastic, making it safe, sturdy, and simple to clean.
The Helix Tridents’ size, shape, and material make it an ideal toy for a beginner. It’s head, while a decent size, isn’t overwhelming, and the rest of its body becomes thinner as you make your way down to the handles, which allows those new to prostate play to confidently insert more and more as they get used to the sensation.
Pros – Great toy for beginners.
Cons – Some beginners may find the material a little too rigid and unforgiving.
Aneros MGX Trident Review
Just like the Helix Trident is an updated version of the original Helix, the MGX Trident is a reimagined version of the MGX Classic, part of Aneros’ first generation of toys.
Although still made from the same high-quality plastic, improvements over the original include thicker, more rounded P and K tabs (which are now facing the same way) and Multi-Axial Motion Architecture (MAMA) for enhanced pleasure through a greater range of movement.
Another exciting feature the MGX Trident brings to the table is the ribbed part of its stem, towards the toy’s base. This means it actually offers something for both beginners and expert users alike: It’s a good model for beginners as it has a small head and a simple shape, which makes it easy to insert. Now, on the other hand, it’s appealing to experienced users as you have to be comfortable inserting a prostate massager a good distance into your anal canal to benefit from the ribbed section.
Pros – Suitable for both beginners and experts, ribbed stem for varied stimulation (for more experienced users)
Cons – Tabs can be uncomfortable, particularly P-tab
Aneros Vice 2 Review
The Vice2 stands out as one of the only vibrating prostate massagers in Aneros’ range. Naturally, like all of Aneros’ sex toys, the Vice is elegantly designed, with that elegance even extending to the vibrating unit inside it. Running on AAA batteries, the vibrating unit is a slim, sleek, silver rod that effortlessly slides in and out of the Vice. Best of all, it offers three vibration modes, each with three levels of intensity, for 9 different sensations to enjoy during prostate play. However, unlike some other vibrating toys, the Vice’s unit is quiet, which allows for a little discretion, if you need it.
What’s more, even if you take away it’s vibrating function, the Vice is still a well-designed prostate massager. It has a thick, bulbous design, with a thick head and a bulbous body that results in a pleasant ‘pop’ sensation as you move it up and down your anal passage. However, this sensation is reserved for intermediate to advanced users, as it’s a pretty big toy for beginners. That being said, it’s made of the same smooth, silicone coating as the Syn range, which offers a little more comfort.
Pros – 9 modes of vibration, gorgeous design
Cons – Too big for inexperienced users, even if they’re attracted to the vibrating aspect.
Aneros Maximus Trident Review
Like the rest of the Trident range, reviewed above, the Maximus Trident is an improved version of the Maximus Classic. This means that it’s been enhanced by Multi-Axial Motion Architecture (MAMA) technology, for greater range of motion, and has a stronger, redesigned, handle with both P and K tabs.
Now, regarding its size and shape, the Maximus is an interesting massager. Its name would suggest it’s a large toy, which it is, but it can actually be enjoyed by intermediate to advanced users, like the Vice or Progasm Jr.
Pros – Big, yet suitable for intermediate users
Cons – Tabs can be a little uncomfortable
Aneros Women Toys Reviews
We are a blog specialized in male sex toys. Normally, we only review men’s toys, but since this post is dedicated to the Aneros product range, we want to drop some lines about Aneros toys for women. They are of great quality, and after all, if you’re ordering an Aneros for you, with not buy a treat for your partner too!?
Aneros Evi Review
The Evi is one of the few Aneros products that’s specially made for women, as part of their femme range. The Evi is designed for strengthening the Kegel and pelvic floor muscles. It’s ergonomic shape slides nicely inside the vagina, while simultaneously stimulating the clitoris and G-Spot. In this way, it’s the same as the rest of Aneros range, in that it offers a health benefit with a great pleasure incentive! What’s more, as with the Syn range, Vice and Device, it has a nice, silicone coating for a little extra comfort during use.
Pros – Simple design, hits more than one pleasure point at once.
Cons – Won’t fit all women, despite claims, with some finding it tighter than others.
Aneros Vivi Review
Now, in the same way, that the Vice is a vibrating version of the DeVice, the Vivi is a vibrating Evi. It still features the same well-designed shape, stimulates both the clitoris and G-spot at the same time, trains your Kegel and pelvic floor muscles, and has the same smooth, silicone coating – only it has 2 vibrating motors as well! These motors work together to produce a total of 12 patterns for you to play with. What’s more, instead of batteries, the Vivi is rechargeable, via a simple USB cable.
However, the vibration is only half the story, as where the Vivi really shines is through its mobile app. For starters, it allows you to control the Vivi, making for a hands-free, more immersive experience. Also, if you’re serious about getting into a Kegel-exercise routine, it has a handy reminder feature, which sends you alerts to jog your memory and keep you on schedule.
Pros – Vibrates, app for hands-free design
Cons – Like the Evi, won’t fit all women comfortably – specifically those with tighter vaginas
So there you have it, a comprehensive, introduction to Aneros’ range of amazing toys. In closing, I just wanted to say that no matter which model you choose, it’s so important to be persistent and patient. Just like anything worthwhile, achieving that ‘Super O’ takes time. All too often, I see reviews and comments by guys who complain that nothing has happened – and they make out that its somehow the massager’s fault!
You don’t want to be one of these guys, missing out on a world of pleasure and increased sexual variety because you gave up too soon! Have fun, be patient, and keep at it!