An introduction to prostate play that isn't scary

For $20, it is a great introduction to using something to put up your man's butt, especially if you don't want to use your fingers. Is it cheap and made out of plastic? Sure. Are there some design problems? Yeah. But if you don't like it, you'll end up tossing the toy, and if you do like it, you'll toss the toy for something better, so who cares about durability?
Great for beginners
Not scary-looking
Vibration controls are difficult
Doesn't stay in place very well
Cheap, will die with heavy use
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Dr. Joel Kaplan prostate massager is designed to be used on a man's prostate. However, by looking at it, it can easily be used as a clitoral vibe since it has a round head and vibrates. It can also be used to find the G-spot as it is quite skinny, so you can angle it however you need to. However, I suggest you pick an orifice and only use it for that, using a toy on the ass then the vagina is a big "don't."
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • G-spot
    • P-spot

Material / Texture

This is a simple toy made out of plastic. It's not realistic, and has no texture or anything. It is very smooth, and a good feature of it is that the seam at the top runs horizontal instead of up and down, so I don't notice it at all.
    • Rigid
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

I really like the design of this toy, for a first time user attempting prostate play. I am reviewing this as a toy designed for first timers. To me, a big black penis-shaped thing would completely turn me off, so a nondescript-looking probe is a great way to start. This thing is very skinny, and I thought to myself "sure, I can take that in my butt." This is pretty important since you need to be able to relax for anal play. You won't be stretched out or feel "full," so this is not the toy for that.
    • Beginner


The good part is that it is skinny, so you can angle it and really search around for your prostate. The bad part of this toy is the vibrator controls. The part right at the bottom is what you have to use to turn on the vibration function and adjust the intensity. This is fairly impossible to do while solo, and with a bit of lube on your hands. I found myself either not using the vibrating function at all, or turning it on first and then sticking it in.


The other bad part about this is that the head did not really want to stay in one place. It wanted to turn to one side, so I really had to grip it hard to keep it in place.

It is a fairly cheap toy. I have noticed some scorching marks on the motor, and I don't remember using the motor much at all.

Care and Maintenance

Clean it very well with soap and water. I had to really scrub it to get it perfectly clean. I kept it in its original packaging, or it can always be wrapped in a plastic bag or anything similar. I always clean it before and after using it. Do you know where that thing is going, and has gone before? Yeah, I'm not taking any chances.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store

Personal comments

So, I give this a 4 star rating. It vibrates, it will fit up your butt without any pain or discomfort, and most guys will probably be willing to try it as I think it is about as thick as my thumb. If it works, great. If it doesn't, you are only out $20, which isn't even 2 movie tickets.


I have absolutely no clue what I am doing with prostate play, or anal play, so I did not take off any stars for my experience with it. At first I just felt nothing, so then I went and Google'd "where is the prostate," then tried again. Then I went, "wait, which way do I point it?" and tried again. If you stand up and draw a line from the base of your penis towards your butt, your prostate is around that area, from what I've read. So really, you don't need to go very deep. I found I needed to angle it quite a bit inside my body. It felt like I was being very firm, and doing a scooping motion. I almost thought I was being too hard on myself, but anal veterans would probably laugh at me and say I was barely doing anything at all.

I didn't experience any mind-blowing super orgasms, or orgasms where you don't touch your penis at all, but then again I use it about once every couple of weeks, and it is quite awkward to do by yourself. I imagine if a partner used it, and she knew what she was doing, it would be a lot better as I could lay down and relax. I did feel something like "Hmmm, what is this? This is kinda weird, and good in a different way." But it is kind of a lot of work to clean yourself, clean the toy, lube yourself up, relax fully, insert it, etc., etc. So I don't really try it much, and maybe you really need to do it a lot to get into it, who knows?
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  • Contributor: ImaGodiva
    Nice honest review. Thank you for sharing your experience.
  • Contributor: Trysexual
    Thanks for sharing. Keep trying and you will find more pleasure, but go for a hands-free vibe for solo play.
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