Smartballs Teneo duo - vaginal balls by Fun Factory - review by Ariane

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Next Generation Smart Balls

These next generation smart balls are body-friendly, easy to use and provide both stimulation and exercise when used to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.
Silicone, noticeable improvement in pelvic muscle strength with use
Texture may be uncomfortable for some while inserting
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
Serving as the next generation of ben wa balls from Fun Factory, the Smart Balls Teneo Duo pick up where the original Smart Balls left off. These new balls are slightly larger, but the major differences are in the material, texture and retrieval cord. The Teneo Duo balls are coated in 100% silicone, making them more hygienic and safe than the original Smart Balls. Like their predecessors, these vaginal balls are connected to one another with a piece of silicone, and have a retrieval cord to assist in removal. This cord is also made from silicone, and is quite stretchy. A small hollow in the second ball is designed to make insertion easier, though even with this help I found inserting the balls a challenge the first few times.

Texturally, the Teneo Duo balls have a ridged and ‘carved’ surface, which can definitely be felt during insertion – in fact, for me this texture was actually a little uncomfortable when pushing the balls inside. Once firmly seated inside of me, however, the raised parts of these balls granted extra sensation.

Ben wa balls, far from just looking pretty, are designed to serve a purpose: they are designed to tone and strengthen the pelvic muscles, as well as provide pleasure when used. Inner balls made from metal or another material provide silent vibrations while exercising, and if positioned correctly one ball can easily push up against the G-spot. Flexing and releasing one’s pelvic muscles against the firm weight of a set of ben wa balls or other vaginal exercisers strengthens these muscles, leading to more pleasurable sexual experiences.

Being made of silicone, the Teneo Duo balls can be washed with warm soapy water, sterilized with a 10% bleach solution or boiling water, or even thrown in the dishwasher (top rack, no soap). Silicone-based lube should definitely not be used with these balls, and given the lack of a flared base, anal use is not recommended.
Having used these balls over the past several weeks, I've noticed a small but definite improvement in the strength of my pelvic muscles, and in my orgasms. When you are finished using these balls, bearing down and pushing helps to remove them without breaking the silicone retrieval loop.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • Naughty Student
    I am wondering though if the way the strings are attached (seperately) as compared to the smart balls (connected jointly) makes a significant difference in sensation of the cord at the opening of the vaginal entrance?
    Thanks for the review.
  • Sammi
    It's good to see that these are silicone - now if they would have the color choices Smile
  • DreamyLove
    Thanks for the review!
  • Femme Mystique
    I could see how that texture could be a little uncomfortable to insert. Thanks for the review!
  • Ariane
    Naughty Student: If you play with the strings a bit there might be some difference in sensation between the two attachment methods, but to be honest unless I was actively fiddling with them I didn't notice much, even while walking around.

    Sammi: These are new to EdenFantasys, so hopefully EF will offer all of the colors soon.
  • Adriana Ravenlust
    What sort of exercises do you do specifically? Are these comfortable to long term wear? Can you feel the vibrations better than the original and/or other vaginal balls?
  • momma22js
    great review!
  • Dear Ruby
    Thanks for the review!
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  • Lurr
    great review!
  • Bullfroggy and Rose
    thank you
  • Michelle Conner
    nice review
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