This toy gives great prostate stimulation primarily due to its stiffness. The hands free use of the toy makes it a winner. On its own or as a warmup to larger toys later in a session, it makes a great addition to a toy chest.
Stiff, non-porous, easy to clean, hands free
Rollerball doesn't do anything
Published:July 03, 2012
I wasn't expecting a great deal from the Glide, and frankly it didn't deliver a great deal. For what it is and what it does I feel as though it's overpriced, and it would be worth spending a little more to invest in a superior model instead.
Easy to clean, suitable size for beginners, solid construction.
Slightly rough surface, very rigid material, limited positions to be used in.
Published:June 14, 2012
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.
Well designed p-spot toy for beginners. Easy to use and easy to clean.
The S shaped handle prevents it from being used as a wearable plug for Kegel exercises.
Published:September 18, 2011
The design was all wrong for me. There are other models that would have been slightly better for my bum. But I don't think this one would be the best for anyone because of the angle of the hook of the bottom. Go for one that is thicker and less angled. Even if it's harder to insert, you only insert it once per use.
Easy to insert
Rolly ball is good idea
Angle of bottom causes strong chaffing
Too tall to hit my spot
Published:June 30, 2011
Overall, the Glide is a good prostate massager. While it may have a shortcoming in the design of the perineum stimulator that impacts hand-free operation, it does perform admirably in hands-on use. At about 1” in diameter, the Glide is suitable for beginners, but I still found it quite enjoyable. Though it doesn’t provide the “full-feeling” I enjoy with some of my toys, the Glide is easy to slip in and with the right technique, provides substantial prostate stimulation.
Anal-safe materials and design, orange color, ergonomic handle
Perineum stimulator too short to reach perineum, hand-free use could be better
Published:April 04, 2011
After years of jacking off and experimenting with simple anal play, I was starting to wonder, "Is this all?" I feel like the Nexus Glide has truly enriched my sexuality. It is not a quick, easy stimulator, although it does still feel wonderful no matter how you use it. It is a toy you can get a lot out of if you put a lot in.
Facilitates wonderful, deep experiences with prostate play
A little small for significant hands-free use
Published:April 02, 2011
Although the concept is genius, the toy itself just doesn't seem to work out. The shape of the toy fits too tightly with the shape of the body and is therefore very hard to move.
The roller ball is a brilliant idea.
The inserted portion, although hard, fits very nicely.
Because the material is so solid, it's extremely difficult to manipulate.
Published:January 29, 2011
If you're a beginner don't be scared, this is an awesome tool. The shape, texture, and size are well thought out. If you do nothing else, at least read my experience with it before you disregard buying a prostate massager! This was my first anal toy and I'm never looking back!
Great shape, good size (not too big for beginners), stays put.
Crappy packaging, can't sit down.
Published:February 15, 2010
This would be a good prostate stimulator for most guys, but for me it was painful. I wish the material wasn't plastic as well. The thought kind of freaks me out if it would break.
Good directions on how to use it.
Can get painful for some.
Published:August 04, 2009
I think the Nexus Glide is excellent for prostate stimulation. I loved the way my muscles grabbed it as I came. It comes with great instructions and is very easy to use. I might only suggest silicone or glass for construction instead of plastic.
Great instructions, excellent prostate stimulation, perfect size for those new to anal play
Material; I would prefer silicone or glass.
Published:January 31, 2008