SinFive Emigi

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My Pussy Loves to Lift Weights

This is my first SinFive product and because of this experience, I feel inclined to buy another product from them again. I always forget to do my kegels, but the Emigi is an excellent reminder. It's not so big that it causes pain, but big enough that I have a constant reminder inside of me. I think this is awesome for all women; for those on the looser side and those who are also a little bit tighter.
Published:
Pros:
Good size, good material, simplistic.
Cons:
long cord, but can be altered. Vibrations are weak.
Rating by reviewer:
5
extremely useful review

Use

The SinFive Emigi is a kegel weight exerciser that helps women from all walks of life develop and strengthen their PC muscles, which are in charge of processes such as urination. However, I would highly recommend it for women who just gave birth and those who have issues with urination. If you have either of these issues, I would suggest you talk to your physician so that you know this will reap only positive benefits. Stronger PC muscles have also been linked to receiving stronger orgasms, which is always a major plus, right? Some women claim they become aroused when they use kegel excercisers, but to be honest, it affects my state of arousal ever so slightly.

You can use this toy literally any time of the day; just add a little bit of lube and slip your Emigi right in. Personally, I like to do three sets of 15 once a day every other day of the week. I would not use this toy during sex because I think it could cause pain to both parties.

The SinFive Emigi is designed so that is friendly towards those with smaller vaginas (like me) and those with tilted cervixes. If you do not have any of these issues, it is still an excellent toy to use.

Please note that because the base of the Emigi does not flare out, it is not recommended that you put it in your ass. SO DON'T PUT THIS IN YOUR BUTT.
  • 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
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Campus/roommate living
    • Tub/shower/pool
  • Features
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    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Kegels

Material / Texture

The Emigi is made of WTP. I had no idea what kind of material that was when I first heard of it, but apparently it ranks 8 on the Eden Safety scale. What does that mean? It's awesome. Seriously though, WTP is apparently nonporous (does not harbor bacteria after a thorough cleaning), odorless, phthalate free and latex free. I didn't read anywhere if it's hypoallergenic, so that is unknown to me.

The Emigi is smooth to the touch and has almost no texture, save the seams located on the sides. However, they are so slight that even the most sensitive vagina shouldn't feel them during insertion and when they are actually inside as well. When inserted, it has a slight drag which may be painful to some, so I recommend adding a tiny amount of water or silicone based lube to it to make insertion easier.

It's firm but I would not say it has the hardness of a material of metal or glass. I would say it feels more like a solidified version of silicone. I think it is appropriate for both beginners and advanced users because it is not textured and has minimal give.
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all
    • Rigid

Design / Shape / Size

The Emigi looks like a peanut on roids with a tadpole tail sticking out of its butt. With that being said, the Emigi comes in a plethora of combinations of colors. There are purple/white, black/white, red/white, fuchsia/white, and pink/white choices.

This toy claims it vibrates while inside, but I personally didn't feel anything. There are smaller balls located inside the Emigi which rattle around while you move and perform your kegels. If you have a super sensitive vagina, you might feel the balls moving around, but for most women, I think the only thing you'll feel is the Emigi's presence inside of you.

The Emigi is also smaller than many of the ben wa balls available on the market; I have Fun Factory Smart Balls and they don't have an issue of falling out but I have problems taking them out. They don't get stuck but they tend to hurt A LOT when I pull them out. The Emigi is slightly larger than a tampon so it doesn't hurt as much when you have to pull them out. But what are their exact dimensions? The total length of the Emigi is 6 inches but has an insertable length of 2 1/2 inches. The little tail at the end is why the Emigi is so long; some people have issues with the tail irritating their genitals, so if you have that issue, you can cut about an inch off and you shouldn't have an issue. It has a total circumference of 3 3/4 inches and a diameter of 1 1/4 inches. It weighs 3.4 oz., which is about the same weight as the Smartballs, but so much smaller.

You can wear these anywhere; because they are so discreetly designed, it would be hard for someone to figure out that the Emigi is used to strengthen PC muscles. Keep this away from children because they may actually mistaken this for a peanut and try to eat it, play with it, etc.

If you have to fly, TSA may detect you wearing this through their X ray machines, so I would wait until after airport travel to wear the Emigi again.
    • Beginner
    • Discreet look/design
    • Whimsical / artistic

Performance

I really liked this toy because it's smaller and more compact than my Smartballs. I discussed the "vibrations" of this toy; I didn't feel anything rattling around in the Emigi unless I shook it in my hand. I don't like the tail either, but of course that can be altered.

My favorite aspect of this toy is that it actually delivers; I feel my pussy is a little tighter after using these. Because they are not so big, I feel more inclined to use this over and over again. I can also feel them when I'm walking around, so I remember to do my kegels wherever I may be, be it in the grocery store, class or just in bed.

It doesn't require batteries or any type of energy source, for that matter. All that is required on your part is to insert and squeeze!
    • Comfortable
    • Easy to use

Care and Maintenance

WTP is maintained by one of two ways; you can either use toy cleaners or wipes, or you can use warm water and soap. It is nonporous, so you can use this toy without a condom after a good cleaning. I don't know if it's a good idea to use a condom with it. I didn't read anything about cleaning it by boiling water or bleach solutions, so I do not recommend doing this. I would also recommend cleaning before use as well because it tends to attract dirt and lint.

Right now, I'm storing my Emigi with my other smaller toys in my metal toy box.

Packaging

The Emigi came with a small plastic container that kind of resembles a miniaturized version of a paper lunch bag. It is durable for only short term use, so be sure that a new home is ready for the Emigi when it arrives. The box has SinFive written in large letters on the front and has some quick facts about it on the back in both English and German. It also has a picture of the Emigi in a silver color (not available through EdenFantasys). I wouldn't say this is the most discreet packaging in the world, but it would be wonderful to give as a gift.

It doesn't come with any instruction manuals; if you have any questions about how to use your kegel exerciser, I would suggest Googling it. As with all plastic packaging, it is recyclable.
    • Minimal
    • Recyclable

Experience

I really am fond of this toy and I recommend it to everyone. It's super simple and helps strengthen your PC muscles so much. It does not have an overwhelming texture so insertion and removal is not painful at all. It's an excellent reminder so women can do their kegels.
Follow-up commentary
I've used this on and off for the last few months, and it seems to work quite well. I prefer this over my Smartballs because it doesn't sit on my G-spot and make me go pee. Since it is smaller, removal is less painful. It still completes its goal: to make my vagina tighter, and it has done that quite well.

A wonderful option for anyone looking for a new vaginal exerciser, including beginning and advanced users.
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    I'm glad you found a product that doesn't hurt you like the smartballs did.
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