Kegel Exercisers: Manual Vs. Automatic Vibration

KimberlyFDR KimberlyFDR 07/27/2013

I'm looking into getting a kegel exerciser and have my eye on two: Luna beads noir and Vanity Vr1. The difference is in vibration. With the Luna, there are internal balls that cause movement, while the Vanity has reactive vibrations powered by a pre-charge. The question posed is whether one is better than the other. Do the weights provide enough movement to accomplish the exercises or does the extra power help out?

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KimberlyFDR KimberlyFDR
1. Are manual vibrations enough to accomplish the exercises?

2. For a first-timer, should you go all-in for the powered product?

3. Any other suggested exercisers aside from the compared products?
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Mrs.Hellzapoppin Mrs.Hellzapoppin
I love both of these exercisers.

A ton of people complained that they could not trigger the vibrations for the Vr1. This was not the case for me. It made me work harder because of the anticipation of that exciting vibration. For me, it did exactly what it was supposed to do. However, this is not my go-to kegel set because when I wear sets, I wear them all day. I can't do that with the Vr1 or every one around me would know what is going on down there because it is a bit loud. While it is a brilliant exerciser, I can't say it's the most practical.

The Noir, another favorite, is in my top 3. It's a good option if you want to try the Lelo beads. It's the equivalent the the heaviest weight in the classic and mini, so you get the most weight for the least money and they look the coolest. BUT, while they are heavier, they are less rumbly than the classic and mini because the inner bead is bigger and has a thicker case of rubber.

SO, if you need that rumble factor(like I do) because you have no trouble keeping them in, go with the Luna Beads mini or classic. The classic set is the rumbliest out of the three.

As a first timer, I'd get the Mini and Classic. If you absolutely have to choose between the two, I'd go with the classic. If money is a factor, go with Noir.

Sorry for the epic comment. I am a kegel exerciser connoisseur!
07/27/2013
cjmax18 cjmax18
Quote:
Originally posted by Mrs.Hellzapoppin
I love both of these exercisers.

A ton of people complained that they could not trigger the vibrations for the Vr1. This was not the case for me. It made me work harder because of the anticipation of that exciting vibration. For me, it did ... More
As a beginner how long should I keep it in? Do I use it one hour a day for the first week then progress by one or two hours a day? Thanks.

cj
07/27/2013
KimberlyFDR KimberlyFDR
Quote:
Originally posted by Mrs.Hellzapoppin
I love both of these exercisers.

A ton of people complained that they could not trigger the vibrations for the Vr1. This was not the case for me. It made me work harder because of the anticipation of that exciting vibration. For me, it did ... More
Epic comment was useful!

The Luna minis were out of stock, so they didn't come up on my initial search. I've since put them on my wishlist to consider. I am looking for a rumble factor, I think, so having a bit more of that in the system is preferable. Thanks for pointing this out!
07/27/2013
Mrs.Hellzapoppin Mrs.Hellzapoppin
You can use them for however long you want. To really see results, you really gotta add them in to your daily routine. I wear mine to 6-8 hours almost every day. Minimally, I'd say at least 15-30 minutes 4-5 days a week.

You can check out my review of all three Lelos here: link

And, the Vr1: link
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