Dr. Joel Kaplan versatile prostate stimulator - prostate massager by Cal Exotics - review by dooboige

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A Reasonably Good Prostate Vibrator

Once I manage to get this toy in the right position, I'm able to orgasm with it repeatedly, so that's great. Getting it into the right position, and keeping it there, is more difficult than it ought to be. So, I find myself using this toy less than I otherwise might.
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Pros:
Multiple settings, good size for beginners
Cons:
Too flexible, hard to get the right angle
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

The Dr. Joel Kaplan prostate stimulator is obviously intended to be used by people with prostates. That said, I've seen what looks to be the same device advertised on other sites as a G-spot stimulator, and most P-spot vibrators will happily double as G-spot vibrators. So, it's likely that it can also be used that way. Since I've only got a prostate, though, I'll focus my review on that kind of use.

The basic idea here is pretty simple: You insert the smaller end into the rectum, so that the tip comes in contact with the prostate. Then, you turn on the vibrator, lay back, and enjoy yourself. As I'll mention below, there are ten different settings for the vibrator, so you can cycle through those and find the one you like the best at that particular moment.
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Solo
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • G-spot
    • P-spot

Material / Texture

The Dr. Joel Kaplan massager is made, on the outside, from a soft plastic. I don't know quite what's on the inside, but the overall feel is firm. It's not hard, though.
    • Bumpy
    • No odor

Design / Shape / Size

Like many P-spot toys, this one has two parts: an insertable part, and what we'll call the handle. The idea is to insert the insertable part, with the handle towards the front of the body.

The insertable part is about 3.5 inches long, and is about 7/8 inch wide at the widest point. So, it should be very easy to insert, even for a beginner. It has some small bumps along the surface, which don't have any effect as far as I can feel. It's also gently curved up towards the belly and prostate.

The handle is about 6 inches long. It has two controls at the top: an on/off switch, and another button that cycles you through the various vibration patterns. There are ten of these: three different intensities of pure vibration, and seven different patterns of various pulses. I won't try to describe all of them here, as I'm not sure there's a very good language for doing that.

The vibrator itself is in the insertable part, which is important. It get the vibrations directly to where they need to be. Many toys get this wrong, as I've noticed in other reviews. The vibrator is powered by two 1.5V, size N batteries, which are housed in the handle. I've also seen these called "half AA", as if you put two of them together you get something AA sized. These are not the easiest things in the world to find, but two of them are included, so you won't have that problem right away.

The vibrator is very quiet and should not be audible through a closed door, even when it's not inserted. When it is inserted, of course, it becomes even quieter -- though you may not be! As far as power goes, it's powerful enough for me, though there are times when I wouldn't mind a little more oomph.

The most important thing to note is that the whole toy is quite flexible. In particular, the insertable part can bend towards, or away from the handle. It's easy to fold the whole thing up, so that the insertable part contacts the handle, or to bend it down so that it makes a right angle. As I will mention shortly, this is not a good thing.
    • Beginner

Performance

I have mixed feelings about the "Dr Joel Kaplan versatile prostate stimulator". On the one hand, I've had my fun with it. I've had plenty of orgasms with it during the time that I've owned it. I like the different vibration settings, and will sometimes play a little game of making myself cum at least once on each setting. I've done that a few times. So, the thing works. Right?

On the other hand, however, I find the toy harder to use than it should be. If I just insert it, the business end of the toy just doesn't come into firm enough contact with my prostate to do what I need it to do. For one thing, I think the curve is not sharp enough. As I said, it's fairly gentle, and the best toys I know have enough of a curve that they kind of "cup" the prostate, with the tip working around behind it a bit. The more important reason the Kaplan stimulator is hard to use is that it is just too flexible. I like a toy to put some pressure on my prostate, and this one just doesn't. At least, it doesn't if I do not push the handle down away from me quite hard, thus pushing the insertable part harder up against my prostate. Even this doesn't work as well as it might, since you can easily bend it to a right angle. I have to get it about that far before I start to feel some resistance, and thus some pressure. I usually have to reach around behind myself, and sort of pull the handle up toward my back. That position, frankly, isn't all that comfortable.

I suppose if you don't need or want that kind of pressure, then this will not be an issue for you. Even I'm willing to struggle with it from time to time, as I like other things about this toy. I feel like I use it a lot less than I otherwise might, though.
    • Lots of variety in function
    • Multiple settings

Care and Maintenance

The recommended cleaning regimen is water and antibacterial soap. That's what I've used, and it's worked fine for me.

The plastic from which the Kaplan stimulator is made is compatible with both water-based and silicone based lubes. One only needs enough lube with this to get it in comfortably, as there's no real need for movement while it is inserted.
    • Easy to clean
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Comments
  • Missmarc
    Missmarc  
    Great review, thank you!
  • Jimbo Jones
    Jimbo Jones  
    Two N cell batteries is pretty rare in toys. They usually use just one. At least they gave you a pair. Thanks for the great review.
  • dooboige
    dooboige  
    Thanks much to both of you.
    Regarding the batteries, yes, most of them run off 1.5V, but I guess this one needs 3V. That makes it surprising in a way that it isn't more powerful.
  • Stinkytofu10
    Stinkytofu10  
    Great review, thank you!
  • PropertyOfPotter
    PropertyOfPotter  
    Thanks for the review!
  • dooboige
    dooboige  
    You also are both welcome.
  • deltalima
    deltalima  
    Thanks for sharing!
  • Undead
    Undead  
    Great review.
  • dooboige
    dooboige  
    That'll be two more "You're welcomes", please.
  • SadoMas
    SadoMas  
    thank you!
  • thesquaredeific
    thesquaredeific  
    Thanks for the review.
  • dooboige
    dooboige  
    You are both more than welcome.
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