Pandora - prostate massager by Vibratex - review by Avery Dragon


Prostate massager by Vibratex

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Pandora was guarding this?

It could be a worthwhile prostate massager, for a man new to anal stimulation, that isn't looking to break the bank. It'd be great for something to start with, but definitely not something for the more seasoned anal enthusiast. The Pandora CAN also be used for G-spot stimulation.
Silicone, rubs taint, 7x vibration.
Vibration weak, too small for intermediate/expert users, bullet shorts easily.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
Pandora by Vibratex was my first vibrating prostate massager. When my company first started carrying Vibratex items in my store, I was intrigued by the quality and sad that they didn't have any male items; then this puppy came out. Pandora looked like a relatively efficient prostate massager. All I'd used before was an Aneros MGX, which worked wonders for me, so I figured something that vibrated would be even better right?

The Pandora has many good qualities: it's made of silicone, making it very hygienic. It can be sterilized between uses. But because of the vibrating bullet held within, I would suggest the 10% bleach solution rather than boiling or using a dishwasher. This prostate device has a defined curve to hit the prostate, and it also has a neck under the bullet to help keep the device in. The handle that holds the batteries (three watch sized batteries) fits very comfortably between the butt cheeks, and the front curve rubs softly against the taint during use.

The actual dimensions of the Pandora are 4.5” long (5” if you straighten out tip) from base to top. The tip is .25” diameter, the main section that holds the bullet is .75” diameter, the neck is just over .25” diameter, the length of the base is 3”, width is 1.25”, and the depth is 1”. There are 7 types of vibration: low, medium, high, and 4 varying pulses.

The material feels nice and smooth to the touch. It has some give, but not much. In the battery compartment, the piece to get inside unscrews with either a fingernail or a flathead screwdriver. There is an O-ring attached, the package and EF description do not say waterproof, but I tried anyway *will expand in Experiences.

The easiest way to insert is to maneuver the tip to be straight with the product until it has been inserted. This product is suggested for G-spot stimulation as well.
I bought this at work thinking it'd be fun for a vibrating massager, to my dismay, it was more of a back of the mind annoyance. Still new to sex toys at the time, it didn't occur to me that it might be too small. When I got it home I got some water-based lubricant out got it ready.

I struggled with insertion until I straightened the tip. Once in, I felt the cool silicone inside, slowly beginning to come to body temperature. I pressed the little button on the bottom to turn it on. I could feel the low speed but barely, so squeezing my muscles hard, it was a little more prominent. I then changed through each of the speeds, high was the best in my opinion, the pulses were bothersome for some reason. I got up to walk around and the vibration seemed gone. I could hear it slightly; barely, but there. I moved a little more and suddenly the vibration stopped.

Thinking I broke it, I removed it quickly and washed the head so I could touch more easily. I had to swivel the tip around some for it to start again, already the wires were messing up.

The next step was to see if that O-ring helped with water. I reinserted, and got the bathtub going. At first it was going, than it stopped... again. I then removed the Pandora and began cleaning it in the water, since I was there. I got up and dried everything, opening battery compartment, there was a little water so it's NOT waterproof. I let the battery compartment air dry and then it was working again.

One problem I saw with the battery compartment is that it cannot be fully tightened. If it is, the Pandora won’t turn on.

OK! Yes it sounds like all I have is complaints. But in all honesty, despite not getting much out of this product myself, I do believe that it would be a somewhat descent beginning item for a man to use; if he's never been penetrated and wants vibration. I don't know how well it'd do for the G-spot (I don't have the right bits down there :P).
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  • Epiphora
    I've heard mostly mediocre things about this one. I thought it would be good because it's somewhat similar to Bootie, but it seems like it's not. Meh.
  • Adriana Ravenlust
    What do you mean by straightening/swiveling the tip?

    I was surprised this is by Vibratex because it's cute. In my experience, their toys are hideous and cheap looking. I don't like having to unscrew the battery compartment or that they didn't use a removable bullet.
  • Avery Dragon
    The material just over the bullet (large bulge) is flexible, and the extreme curve is rather hard to get in without maneuvering. That is why i suggest the straightening of the tip. Smile
    Thank you for good review
  • lezergirl
    nice review
  • Top Living In A Lie
    Thanks for the review
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