Nexus vibro luxury set - prostate massager by LB Trading Ltd - review by dooboige

Nexus vibro luxury set

Prostate massager by LB Trading Ltd

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Worth Twice the Titus?

The Vibro is a Titus that can vibrate. So the question is: Does adding the possibility of vibration make it worth over twice the money? For me, the answer is: No. The vibration adds very little to my experience when I use the Vibro the same way I'd use a Titus, and it is simply too weak to make the Vibro work well when used just as a vibrator.
Substantial, easy to use and clean
Vibrator weak, adds little stimulation, expensive
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Nexus Vibro is essentially a hollow Nexus Titus that holds a vibrator. It's intended to be used anally by people who have prostates, in such a way as to stimulate the prostate to produce sensual pleasure and so-called "prostate" orgasms. It can be used solo or during sex with a partner.

The promise of this toy is that it can be used three ways.

First, it can be used without vibration, as a Titus. One inserts it into the anal canal and then does something to cause it to move around and stroke the prostate. As I explain in my review of the Titus, it can be controlled manually, via the handle, as well as via the "clenching" method pioneered by the good folks at Aneros: Clench your PC muscles around the toy, but not all the way, trying to maintain about a "half squeeze". This causes the muscles around the anus to clench and release, over and over, and the massager to twitch back and forth, magically stroking the prostate, with all the benefits that entails.

Second, one can use the Vibro as a prostate vibrator, inserting it into the rectum and letting the vibration do the work.

Third, one can use the Vibro as a Titus that vibrates. That's probably the main way it's intended to be used.
  • Who / How / What
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    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
  • Features
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    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • P-spot

Material / Texture

The body of the Nexus Vibro is made from a hard, durable, rigid plastic. This is important in this kind of toy, as movement needs to be transferred from the base to the tip, and anything flexible would absorb some of the movement. The hardness of the toy does not make it in any way uncomfortable, but one does want to be careful around sensitive tissues, obviously. Use lots of lube, and insert it carefully.
    • Bumpy
    • Not porous at all
    • Rigid

Design / Shape / Size

As with its Titus cousin, we can divide the Vibro into two parts: The insertable bit and the external bit.

The insertable part is ridged, with a maximum width of just over an inch, making it fairly easy to take, even for a beginner. It curves towards the belly, as it is intended to be inserted, ending in a small, round protrusion that is what actually makes contact with the prostate.

The external, S-shaped part consists of a handle on one end, and a perineum stimulator on the other. The handle curves away from the body and, as mentioned above, is substantial enough that it can be moved around in such a way as to manipulate the part contacting the prostate. This is a nice feature, not only because one can use the Vibro in different ways oneself, but because it allows a partner to be actively involved, too.

The perineum stimulator curves in towards the body in such a way that, when the Vibro is in place, it will be in contact with the perineum. What actually touches the perineum is a small metal ball set into a hollow. This struck me as odd at first, but it is actually a nice feature. I sometimes find with the Aneros toys that the corresponding part irritates my perineum as it rubs back and forth over it, even if I put lube there. The Vibro rolls over the perineum, as the ball rolls in its setting. It's the sort of thoughtful touch that inspires confidence.

What distinguishes the Vibro from the Titus is the vibrator, which fits into a hollow in the insertable portion. The vibrator itself is stainless steel, and, although it fits tightly into the hollow, it is also easy to remove, which is obviously good for cleaning. It uses a 6V battery that is half the size of a AA, and one is included. The vibrator is controlled by a small button on the end. I've found it to be easy enough to use and fairly reliable. You hold the button down for a second or so to turn it on or off, and just press it quickly to switch between settings. There are five settings: slower and faster continuous vibration, and three different "pulsing" sorts of vibrations.


As I've said, the Vibro is a Titus that can vibrate. As I write, the Titus is about $70, whereas the Vibro is around $150. Is the Vibro worth more than twice the money? Speaking, of course, just on the basis of my own experience: No, it's not.

As I remarked in my review of it, the Titus is probably my favorite prostate toy, and it is definitely my favorite toy of the non-vibrating, PC-muscle controlled variety. I also happen to like prostate toys that vibrate. So, as you might imagine, I was very excited to try the Vibro.

As I mentioned above, you can use the Vibro three ways: just like a Titus; as a vibrating massager; or as a Titus that vibrates. So I'll talk about each way of using it.

Used as a Titus, the Vibro works like a Titus, which, in my case, means it works great. But you don't spend twice the money on the Vibro just for that.

Used simply as a vibrator, it's fine and I'm able to reach orgasm with it. But, frankly, the orgasms are a bit of a struggle and end up being kind of weak because the vibrator itself is too weak. There's just not enough power there to really get me going. I have much better luck with Fun Factory's Duke or Lelo's Billy, both of which are less money.

The main way the Vibro is meant to be used, though, is surely as a Titus that vibrates: i.e., one is meant to use the "clenching" method with the vibrator activated. But the vibration adds almost nothing to my experience. When I'm "clenching" and the Vibro is massaging my prostate, in fact, I can barely feel the vibrations, and, in so far as I do, I sometimes find them just to be distracting.

So, the Vibro doesn't really do very much for me that the Titus doesn't already do.
    • Multiple settings
    • Weak

Care and Maintenance

The Vibro is very easy to care for. The hard plastic is almost impossible to damage, so I tend just to throw it in a drawer with its friends, and its non-porous nature makes it very easy to clean. One has to work a little harder than with some similar toys, due to the ridges, and it's important to remove the little ball - a special tool is provided for the purpose - and vibrator, and clean the areas where they sit as well.

I know of no restrictions on types of lubes one can use with the Vibro.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store
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  • srexom
    thanks for your review.
  • dooboige
    You are very welcome.
  • explorer7
    thank you, think this looks like a no no
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