Nexus: Gyro v G-Rider v Vibro v Excel

Nexus: Gyro v G-Rider v Vibro v Excel

riverthor7 riverthor7 05/19/2012

I (male) have intermediate experience with anal toys, used a doc johnson medium plug for a long time, and it's time to upgrade to something nice. After reading the reviews I've already purchased the G-Rider, it seemed to be the best choice, plus it's made of silicone, which I've always wanted in a toy. However I'm also considering a more direct prostate massage toy as well, and thought the vibro would be fun, but I was reading people had trouble keeping it in. I don't do anal play all that often, so maybe I might be tighter, or is it a design flaw?

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riverthor7 riverthor7
Help me decide.
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riverthor7 riverthor7
3 votes in and all for the g-rider, looks like I made the right choice so far. By the way, these toys are 75% off and range from around $17(excel)-$46(vibro) right now, so cost isn't really an issue here.
Stinkytofu10 Stinkytofu10
Originally posted by riverthor7
Help me decide.
Nexus G-rider (Black) looks the best.
DreamWolf DreamWolf
Sauceboss Sauceboss
G rider
Why Not? Why Not?
When it comes to prostrate toys and which ones stay in and which ones it the spot, it is part design and part individual. People are all different shapes and sizes and what fits and stays in place in one person might not in another. I've had some toys that I'm sure fit other people perfectly but did not fit my physique. Half the fun of anal toys is experimenting and finding the toy that hits that spot. Good luck.
dooboige dooboige
The Vibro does nothing for me that the Titus doesn't do. The vibe is too weak.
ScottA ScottA
How much work/control do you want to have? The G-rider has a vibe, so it can be a "put in and forget it" toy (but you can also have some control). The Excel-type requires a commitment to learn how to use them, and the Gyro requires a hand or body movement (but can be very fun).
KaelVonrik KaelVonrik
Nexus G-ryder, god i want one!
ginainohio ginainohio
g rider
konicaguy konicaguy
Originally posted by riverthor7
Help me decide.
great help for me as well...
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