Newb P-Spot Peeps: This Is A Good One

It finds your prostate through a properly curved design, which is invaluable for any prostate newbs out there. The vibrations are also plenty, strong, and not very loud, which should mean that the more nervous first timers should find it an accessible experience. Its size is absolutely for beginners, and more advanced anal explorers might wish to seek a prostate toy with girthier dimensions.
- It finds your prostate very easily.
- Tons of functions.
- Battery is not included.
- Sized for beginners.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review


Let me say that the prostate wizards out there will all say the best way to find your prostate, at first, is to use your finger(s) (with lube of course). However, the younger you are and the less pent-up you are from the start, the more elusive that spot is going to be.

This toy just knows. The curve. The bumps. It's jusssst the right design for someone becoming familiar with how to locate and stimulate their own prostate. The three bulbs provide a nice measuring device to figure out how deep or shallow your spot is. The design, always curved upward, provides just the right stimulation to tell the difference between sensitive anal sensations and the more unique prostate sensations, which for first timers might feel like a need to pee.

If you're someone who is not new to anal things, this might be a little small width-wise for you, but never-the-less I really suggest it if you're trying to become familiar with your prostate.

I prefer the first three vibrating functions (low, medium, and high constant buzz) myself, but am still experimenting with the more creative ones. I like to use the levels to slowly build the intensity of the play. I can also use this toy for proper thrusting, though I find a more subtle touch takes advantage of the prostate element.
  • 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
    • Travel friendly
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Campus/roommate living
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • P-spot

Material / Texture

This purple silicone doesn't take on any smell. I didn't detect any discoloration when I washed it after use with soap and water. The texture and structure change a bit throughout the toy. The base is founded around the bullet vibrator, which creates a stiff center for the majority of the toy. However, the silicone is thick enough where it is not felt as stiff/hard when in use. The tip, not filled with the bullet, is especially more bendy and pure silicone, which is good as it provides a kind of flexing when angling the toy that is especially rewarding for prostate play.
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all

Design / Shape / Size

Simply said, it's the right shape. You are absolutely going to find your prostate this way unless it's very very far out of the way. And I like that. As someone who is younger and with a smaller prostate, it's easy to lose it using my finger, but this makes it super easy to locate every time.

My ideal first case scenario for someone entirely new to their prostate is this:

- Get comfortable. Often people lay on their side with their legs bent for this kind of play. But you know your body best.
- Apply lube until you feel your booty relax.
- Slowly insert (vibe off) with the curve pointed up towards your belly button. Don't go any further if there's any uncomfortable pain and more lube is always a good idea. Relax. Relax. Breathe.
- You want to focus on slowly dragging that curved point on the top wall. Many say the spot will be right under your penis, but it's different for everyone. When you feel something weird and pleasant, stop. Memorize where that is. You found your prostate! You might lose it, so try and remember by the three bulbs on the toy where you are located.
- Turn on the vibe! And enjoy!

Applying a condom to keep it clean is nice and easy. Silicone is one of the safest materials out there for this. The flared/T base ensures that the toy cannot slip in. It has the added benefit of applying a little vibration to your perineum, which is a way of externally stimulating your prostate.

I prefer the first three of the seven vibrating functions. They are a constant buzz of low, medium, and high, which you can use to steadily build the intensity of your scene. For the sake of info, here's how I'd describe each:

1. Low constant buzz.
2. Medium constant buzz.
3. High constant buzz.
4. A low to the high wave of buzz, like the revving of an engine. A slight pause between each wave.
5. A fast beat at high intensity. Short kind of gaspy pulsing. This one could be very useful for those on edge.
6. A faster version of five, but with a lower intensity, creating kind of shaking and sloshing sensation.
7. A medium paced pattern of high buzz. Three short buzzes followed by a sustained buzz a few seconds.
    • Beginner
    • Partner play


The best part about this toy is it's like a prostate beginner's standard. It serves multiple uses. If it's your first time with anal, it serves even more. If it's not your first time with anal play, you might want something with more girth, but I'd say this is still rock solid when it comes to learning your prostate.
    • Discreet sound
    • Easy to use
    • Multiple settings

Care and Maintenance

Silicone is one of your best case scenario materials. Use oil and water-based lubricants with it. Just clean with antibacterial soap and water. Easier still is to cover the toy with a condom during each use and then throw the condom away when done. Easy peezy.

Technically this toy is waterproof, so if you'd like you can have fun in the shower.

For the most part, sharing anal toys is a no go.

A AAA battery is inserted to power it by unscrewing a cap at the toy's base. Follow the paper diagram's symbols to properly insert the right end of the battery. Then screw the cap back on. Toys can sometimes soak battery power up when not in use, so it's wise to unscrew the cap a bit when not using it or take the battery out entirely if you're not going to use it for a while.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


The toy is packaged in a box about the size of a brick. It has a small plastic window where the toy is displayed. When opening the box, you'll have to pull out a clear plastic bed in which the toy is presented. Batteries aren't included.
    • Not discreet
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