Nexus Does It AgainThe Nexus O is an excellent toy for those craving something different that really *can* do what it promises. Looking for something quirky and fun? The Nexus O might be exactly what you need.
A catch all toy that can stimulate any delicious spot with firm directed pressure.
Not a potent prostate massager, a little awkward to figure out.
The Nexus O is an interesting toy. In absence of a suggested use, its use is a bit of a mystery...and truthfully, even knowing that it is a prostate toy may leave some scratching their head. The thing about the Nexus O is that it can be any sort of insertable you might want to it to be, even though it diverges so distinctly from standard dildo/anal toy designs. It makes an excellent prostate massager, as most Nexus toys do, but it also works on g-spot owners either vaginally or anally...or both.
The Nexus O is made of pure silicone, and the silicone is standard Nexus loveliness - velvety, smooth and wonderfully firm. The arms of the C can be bent to and fro and pulled apart easily; that is to say, the toy has flex. Tragically, the C shape is two halves molded together, so the the toy does feature a seam, but it is not noticeable in the slightest during use, and barely discernible when you close your eyes and run a finger along the toy. Seam aside, the Nexus O's firmness does make this a slightly advanced toy - best for a player who'd toyed with a few insertables before.
Nexus O's design is clever. The C shape features a modest ball on either end, as well as in the middle. Due to its flexibility, the Nexus O can be inserted anally with ease, and the C conforms and settles gracefully to press the ball on the end of the other arm onto the perineum. For female bodied users, this ball may be positioned to press onto the clit region, the perineum, the vaginal entrance...or even dip inside for a bit of double penetration play. If one side of the C is instead inserted vaginally, the ball at the end of the other arm can be positioned forward onto the clit region, or backwards to tickle the anus. Due to the fact that the C can be inserted as far as you choose, it can of course hit the g-spot or p-spot with ease no matter what the individual anatomy happens to be. Because the toy is shaped as a C, there is a nice distinct curve to the toy which makes it very easy to get firm, directed pressure on your G or P spot, especially if you use the non-inserted arm as a handle.
Of course, a toy that can do everything always raises a red flag - can it *really* do *anything* all that well? While the Nexus O is not the best prostate massager in the world (especially compared to other serious prostate massagers like the Nexus Excel, it works well during sex because it is not extremely overwhelming and attention grabbing as a specific prostate toy is wont to be. The Nexus O works phenomenally (on me anyways) as a g-spot to due to the extreme angle it adopts, but might not be the most ideal g-spot toy for every g-spot owner. Like most toys, your mileage may vary - but this toy is generally a very safe bet for a shared toy for a couple looking to experiment with something a little different.
Like all silicone toys, the Nexus O can be boiled for ten minutes to be effectively sanitized between anal and vaginal use (or between non-fluid bonded partners). For those times when sanitization isn't necessary, warm soap and water will suffice. The silicone for Nexus O isn't 'sticky', so while the toy can pick up hair, it's not a hair magnet.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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