Nexus glide

Prostate massager by LB Trading Ltd

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The Nexus Glide is designed for a very specific purpose - to help guys achieve p-spot orgasms. I've never experienced a p-spot orgasm and the Glide did not change that. If you want to find out if you can achieve a p-spot orgasm, the Glide can help you discover your potential.
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Pros:
Well designed p-spot toy for beginners. Easy to use and easy to clean.
Cons:
The S shaped handle prevents it from being used as a wearable plug for Kegel exercises.
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

By it's iconic shape everyone can easily see that the Nexus Glide is a p-spot toy, however, Nexus describes it as a 'Male G-spot Massager'. I don't know about you, but find the reference to 'g-spot' as patronizing - as if men don't know they have a prostate. But semantics aside - what about the performance?

The Glide is made of hard plastic with a lightly textured finish - not shiny as in some photos. I'm guessing that earlier versions were smooth and shiny but these turned out to be harder to keep inside. Even with lube, the matte finish has better holding features than a smooth toy would offer, and since the point is to keep the toy in place, this seems like a reasonable modification.

The Glide is definitely for beginners. A lot of thought went into the design. The anus is not round - so neither is the Glide. The leading end is 1-1/8" x 7/8" making initial entry quite easy with just a little lube. In my opinion you will not want to use too much lube with this toy - or you may trouble keeping the modest sized toy in place.

Following the leading edge is a quick dip down to about 3/4". This dip provides an area to pause - if you are very new to anal stimulation. When you're ready the shaft expands again to an oval section of about 1" x 1-1/8" before necking down again to a 1/2" diameter. Just past this smallest area, there are three hard plastic ripples of about 5/8" diameter. The bottom of the Glide does have a round profile. Fully inserted the glide is a little less than 5" long.

The nearly S shaped base serves to prevent the toy from over penetrating and as a way to easily extract the toy when you're done. However the literature makes a fairly big deal of the metal ball that is designed to massage the perineum during play.

The 1/2" diameter metal ball is press fit into the plastic. There is even a tool for removing and cleaning the ball - and it works as designed. The ball is easily removed, cleaned and replaced.

The Glide is not designed for thrusting. The instructions are to insert it, wait 10-15 minutes to acclimate, then start doing pelvic tilts. The instructions then suggest adding penile stimulation - but to stop before ejaculation and allow the Glide to 'prolong and deepen the climax'.
  • 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?
    • Solo
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • P-spot

Material / Texture

As described already the Glide is a hard matte finish plastic. There is a slight ridge from the molding process - but it's very slight and it is not irritating for me when I use it. The Glide is well made, there is no odor and with minimal care should last as long as you'd like to use it.
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all

Design / Shape / Size

I'm pretty new to p-spot play. What I prefer is thrusting with glass wands - so the idea of a static plug-like toy is a completely new concept for me.

The Glide goes in easily as the name suggests and he S shaped bottom is a convenient handle. Unfortunately I did not experience any of the 'prolong and deepened climax' effects that are described in the instructions. In fact I felt almost nothing - maybe my p-spot is just old and worn out.

To see if there was some redeeming value I thought I would wear the Glide as a butt plug and use it to exercise my Kegel's. The problem with this idea is that due to one end of S shape, you can't sit down with it inside. So this could work if your going to be walking about - or have a stand up desk.
    • Beginner
    • Ergonomic

Performance

Overall the Glide was a big disappointment for me. Reading other reviews for similar toys what I've learned is that you either get it and love it - or you don't. Well I'm sorry to say I don't get it.

If you are a beginner and want to learn about p-spot stimulation the Glide is a good starting point. If it works for you there are larger more advanced options to try. But if you're like me, you may be one-and-done.
    • Comfortable
    • Easy to use

Care and Maintenance

The matte finish is not rough enough to affect the ability to thoroughly clean the Glide. I don't imagine this is the kind of toy you share - but if you do - or are just into sterilization, the Glide could easily be sterilized with alcohol or a dilute bleach solution. When you clean it - don't forget to remove the metal ball to make sure no bad guys get left behind.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store

Packaging

The Glide comes is a recyclable plastic clam-shell that is easy to open. The attractive graphics do double duty as the instructions. All in all, very well thought out. Although the plastic is recyclable, it could be retained for storage if you like.
    • Good for storage
    • Recyclable
    • Very informative

Experience

When in place the Glide is comfortable to an anal beginner such as myself. I enjoyed doing Kegel exercises with the Glide in place - but no noticeable prostate stimulation. I could feel the metal ball on my perineum - but there wasn't anything particularly erotic or exciting about the sensation. I like perennial massage - but the pressure created by rocking my hips or squeezing my Kegel's couldn't generate enough pressure to be useful.

After a about 10 minutes of pleasant sensations from Kegel exercises but no p-spot stimulation, I gave up on getting any more from the Glide.

I'm going try a few more times to see if I can improve the results - and will add follow up comments after getting more experience with the Glide.
Follow-up commentary
Although I've never achieved anything like a prostate induced orgasm - I've started to like using the Nexus Glide as an anal plug to use during intercourse. The sensations vary with the speed and angle of thrusting.

For an old guy - having prostate stimulation during intercourse helps build a nice strong orgasm.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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Comments
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    Thanks for describing this so well (especially the press-fit of the ball, I would have been worried about cleaning). Sorry to hear it didn't work for you.
  • Gunsmoke
    Gunsmoke  
    Antipova - glad you liked the review. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Glad I gave it a try.
  • Miss Nessa
    Miss Nessa  
    Very good review!! Thanks for sharing it with us.
  • Kynky Kytty
    Kynky Kytty  
    The Nexus line looks very interesting, but it's quite expensive when you do not know what you're getting into. I'm glad I can review toys for free for that reason. For the time being, I do not think my boyfriend knows enough what he likes in toys to really choose a Nexus one. A shame really, I'd love to see him get one.
  • zeb
    zeb  
    Thank you
  • Artishok
    Artishok  
    Wonderful review.
  • no longer here
    no longer here  
    Thanks for the review.
  • Feisty
    Feisty  
    Thanks for sharing!
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