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.