1. Nexus Glide Prostate Massager with Perineum Massage Ball

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      1. Nexus Glide Prostate Massager with Perineum Massage Ball

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    1. Product Description

      Clever contours mean P-spot and perineum pleasure come effortlessly with the Nexus Glide, a first-timer-friendly anal toy shaped with a bulged and curvaceous head and intense ribbing at the base. A massaging perineum rollerball takes pleasure to its peak.

      Slip the rigid toy in during foreplay and double up on stimulation as it sets your senses tingling. Keep it in during sex to help intensify your climactic build up and resulting cookie-pop.

      Coat the body with water-based anal lubricant to enjoy smoother and slicker insertion.

      Key Features:

      • Nexus Glide P-spot massager with perineum stimulator
      • Rollerball gently massages the perineum as it moves
      • Curved tip presses into your P-spot
      • Easy to use and suitable for beginners
      • Can be worn during sex

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    1. Customer Reviews

      Nexus Glide Prostate Massager with Perineum Massage Ball 2 4 out of 5 stars 4 out of 5

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      2. Nexus Glide Prostate Massager with Perineum Massage Ball


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    1. A great introduction to massagers

      Reviewed: January 2, 2017 by JDHTest, a Bisexual Single Male

      I raced back home from the festive break knowing I had this to test out.

      The Glide comes in a smart discreet package, with simple instructions on how to best use it.

      After applying some lube I found the glide was easily inserted and fitted snug. With the handle it is easily positioned for best.

      After following the instructions and then having some practice of my own, I found this really effectively and comfortably stimulated the P-spot!

      I'm confident the more practice with this the closer I'll get to that illusive P-spot orgasm.

      Getting this in the sale meant it was also even better value for money.

      I would definitely try out more toys from the Nexus range.

    2. Overall Rating
      8 out of 10 stars
      Stylish, discreet and easy to use.
      Bottom line
      Great introductory toy for those wanting to explore massagers.
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    1. Glide your way to new sensations

      Reviewed: April 5, 2016 by Sex Squid

      For a long time now I've wanted to try a Nexus product. I'm no stranger to anal exploration and have been seeking the elusive hands-free "Super O". I have several plugs and dildos, an Aneros Progasm, and I've even achieved full-body orgasms through being pegged. But to date I have never managed to ejaculate through anal stimulation alone. The Nexus Revo Stealth is on my lottery win wishlist, so when a prostate massager crops up for under £30, what better way to get acquainted with the Nexus range?

      First impressions then. The Glide is a moulded plastic toy, ergonomically designed to stimulate both the prostate and perenium. It shares similarities with the Aneros, so after three uses of each, I am able to provide something of a comparative review.

      Unlike the Aneros, which seems to come from a single mould, the Glide is moulded in two parts, which means there is a visible seam running the entire way around the middle of the toy. You can feel the seam with your finger, but it's smooth enough to be undetectable when worn. At a beginner-friendly 3.5" circumference, the Glide is easily inserted with a good helping of lube.

      The instruction leaflet gives pointers on how to give your prostate a good workout, and in the interest of giving an accurate review I followed them to the letter. Lying on my side with knees bent to the chest, I began by relaxing with deep breaths. On each breath, I tensed my prostate muscle, drawing the toy deeper inside and clenched my bum cheeks. This tickles you nicely. Then as you exhale you relax the muscles and cheeks. Then repeat, lots. I found that giving the 'tail' a little wiggle when the massager was drawn at its deepest felt seriously good inside, and when I relaxed those sensations travelled to my cock and made it twitch.

      The rolling ball against the perineum is... interesting. I've never been the biggest fan of stimulation there; the odd stroke or tickle is nice, but it's not a hotspot for me. I actually find the hard ball of the Aneros Progasm uncomfortable after a while. But the Glide? Snuggled deeply into my bum, the ball pushes against the same spot as the Aneros. I'm pleased to say that whilst I couldn't actually feel the ball move or roll at any point, that it was more comfortable for me.

      The Glide's instructions say, that as climax approaches, grind your pelvis and stroke your cock and the results are pretty explosive. Once I started stroking myself, the climax came very quickly and I spurted really hard. They don't mention anything about the legendary Super O, or that to achieve a hands-free orgasm that it will take a serious amount of practice and patience.

      But in the meantime, the Nexus Glide is certainly giving me powerful orgasms and I'm looking forward to playing with it more.

      Crunch time. If you already own a dedicated prostate massager, is it worth also buying the Nexus Glide? Hard to say... the USP which is the rolling ball didn't seem to do a lot. Probably not.

      If you don't already have a toy like this, is it worth buying? Absolutely, and without hesitation. At the price, this is a great way to open new doors of exploration.

    2. Overall Rating
      8 out of 10 stars
      Cheap, entry-level product, good for beginners, comfortable.
      Moulding not as soft as the Aneros.
      Bottom line
      Excellent massager, good value for money.
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