Cunter - prostate massager by Feelztoys - review by Jackrabbit


Prostate massager by Feelztoys

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An interesting enigma, but ultimately disappoints.

Feelztoys put some thought into this toy, and care went into adding the right parts and material, but it just doesn't add up to a truly stimulating experience.
Material is smooth, soft, and solid, fantastic vibrator.
Sharp, wide bulb's angle may cause more discomfort than pleasure.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
The Cunter is a strange toy. It's really all over the map with the way it advertises itself and how it actually comes across. Made by Feelztoys, this is a prostate massager with the company/brand subtitle as "Manzzz" with a shirt/tie logo. Geared for a man, right? How about the name? Cunter. Geared for a woman? Let's find out!

First off, the toy's material feels great. It's the first silicone toy that I've found that really feels solid, but smooth along the outside - the product description is quite accurate when it says "Velvety" texture. It's also the very first toy I've owned that has no smell. No smell! That makes so much difference sometimes, as a high smelling toy can really throw off your senses when you're trying to get into it.

I'd classify this toy as a mid-size type, considering the turn you have to make when inserting it - the bulb itself isn't hard to take, but then you have to twist the massager at a 90 degree angle, pushing the bulb hard into yourself. It can be a little discomforting for a beginner, even if you use tons of lube! Start out with something a little smaller before moving up to this guy.

Now down to what it advertises: prostate massage, and for this it does a decent job. It seems to miss its mark, even when inserted fully as you would expect, but the vibrations it puts off (with quite a powerful motor inside) and its multi-speed control add to the sensations you experience while it's inside you. The only drawback here is that there were no instructions as to actually how to turn it off: pushing and holding the power button. A note would have been nice, but that's about it.

The vibration's noise is actually pretty low for something as powerful as this. There's no strange thudding, or loud whirring, just an easy, quiet vibration.

I can't say my orgasm was any more powerful with this toy, as prostate massagers go. Which is sad, because some of them out there can really amp up the pleasure you feel! It just seems like the sharp angle of the tip just grinds a bit too hard into you, and it may be discomforting for some users.

Would it be better for a woman? That's actually what it seems designed for, g-spot stimulation, rather than prostate massaging. The angle of the bulb seems catered towards the g-spot rather than the p-spot, but the toy can be used for either: she just may find more pleasure with it than he does!

As far as massaging your p-spot, take a look at an Aneros. For g-spot, you can't go wrong with the smaller butterfly toys. Both are much better at their individual jobs than this one is at both.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • angel142stx
    Thanks for the review
  • chicmichiw
    Hmm, thanks for sharing. I'll have to think some more about this toy
  • bitch1
    Thanks for the review
  • Sima-pusya
    Great review
  • rpmast3r
  • ththpup
    Thanks for sharing.
  • srexom
    thanks for your review.
  • Innocence Is Bliss
    Not so sure about this toy now. Hmm...
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