Last week I reviewed the Nexus G-Rider, one of two silicone toys sent to us by Nexus for review. Being the most adventurous (prostately speaking) of our male writers, I opted to take the two largest Nexus toys, the G-Rider and the Gyro, giving the other three out to two brave souls. I’ve never been shy about prostate stimulation as you’ve heard in my stories about Marilyn and our Feeldoe. So, like the G-Rider, this is made of high grade silicone and can be boiled, put in the dishwasher, or rubbed with alcohol to disinfect it after use, and when we’re talking about an anal toy, this is an important factor.
My first thoughts on picking it up were again how amazingly soft their silicone toys are. We have other silicone toys, the Feeldoe, the WeeVibe, but this (and our new OhMiBod Lifestyle Vibe) is phenomenally soft. After I got over the softness, my eyebrows went up a bit at the heft on display with the Gyro, it’s HEAVY and solid! Like the G-Rider, the Gyro has a bulbous neck and a pointed forward tip (see photo above) that’s designed to press right on the prostate. What separates the Gyro is a much thicker neck and rounder tip, at leas three fingers worth (all finger measurements are approximate and should not be taken as fact.)
Initially I was skeptical going into the Gyro review, I’d had such a great time with the G-Rider, it had wonderful stimulation on my perineum and, well, it vibrated. So moving onto the Gyro, the handle shape of the base was gone, replaced by almost a full globe bottom, the source of most of the heft. The packaging assured me that this was meant to be a hands free toy, designed so “users can ‘gyrate’ their way to male G-spot orgasm!” Well that’s all well and good, but I’ve heard tell that prostate orgasms without penis stimulation are one of the rarest of rare…so I was fairly skeptical on that front, and anticipated a full session with my hand in conjunction.
It was slow going, getting the Gyro in place, the extra girth was surprising and a bit difficult for a bit. Once I got it in place, I took the advice and let it “settle,” though once inserted, the Gyro didn’t feel as comfortable as the G-Rider. I don’t think my body was much interested in adapting to this one. I rocked on it a bit, and experienced the curious prostate stimulation sensation of needing to pee, but not really… Then I added manual stimulation into the mix and…within a minute, it had done its job.
Just WOW. With the G-Rider I said that I couldn’t say it was more intense than a regular orgasm. This one I can say, beyond a shadow of a doubt, intensity in ten cities, man. I’ve never had a prostate stimulator make me blast off the way this one did. Nexus, I salute you, two in the box! Just amazing stuff.
Warning, though, this is NOT for the faint of heart, this isn’t for beginners of any sort. But those of you who enjoy the feeling (and those who enjoy a good pegging certainly) will REALLY enjoy the Nexus Gyro. Now go out and get one!
Full Disclosure: We did not purchase this product, it was sent to us specifically for review. Our policy is to, regardless of how we acquired a product, review it fairly and openly. No writer for Life On The Swingset will ever deliberately mislead our readers into believing that a product is good because of anything we received from the company. We are open and honest, and cannot be bought or bribed. If we love a product, we’ll tell you, if we don’t, BELIEVE us, we’ll tell you that too. End disclaimer.
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