Your prostate massager is an important element of an engaging, intriguing sex experience, especially if you are a guy! Choosing one that’s ultimately superior to other devices is a complex task, especially for those of us with somewhat less experience in a field of the sophisticated, arousing pleasures.

I’ve been a newbie with prostate massage masturbation myself back in the day so I know how daunting the choice of a decent device can get. Heck, my first Google check has discouraged me for several weeks. Tons of websites offered massagers of all shapes and sizes, including the anatomically realistic reproductions of a horse penis. Wow, that was too much and I got scared.

Luckily, I’ve made myself a promise to give this way of masturbation a try. And here I am now – happy with my sex life like never before. Some of the choices I made did not work out and I don’t want anyone to repeat these mistakes. Thus, this very post was born – the complete guide to male prostate massagers, toys capable of ensuring unforgettable orgasms!

Disclaimer: a massager works for anyone!

Your sexual orientation has no direct relation to the matter at hand. Straight guys, as well as gay or bisexual people, can enjoy the delight equally. Having a prostate is actually all that it takes. If you enjoy arousing sexual pleasure and unforgettable orgasms – count yourself in.

I myself am a fine example. I’m in a really long relationship with Sally, my girlfriend, and we both enjoy playing it a bit kinky in the bedroom. One of my dear friends is happily married today after a near divorce situation. More passionate sex with enough room for experiments has actually saved a marriage. Perhaps more than one, but I only know my friend’s story.

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Here’s what I’ll cover

Feel free to call this section a table of contents or any other way you please. The following list will contain the topics that are covered in my #1 complete guide to stunning male prostate massagers.

  • First steps and hard choices.
  • Masturbator types.
  • Available sizes.
  • Best materials for a prostate massager.
  • Price tags for kinky devices.
  • Best places for purchase.
  • Experience-based recommendations.
  • Extra info.

First steps and hard choices

Let’s get this party started, shall we? I have covered everything a beginner might need in this article, so, if you are new to the world of prostate massagers, do read everything below. There will be a lot of handy tips, tricks, and best practices. The choice you make might blossom a new spark for upcoming pleasures or break the picture as if it was a house of cards in windy weather.

Here’s what you definitely need to know before the purchase: a perfect masturbator is a myth. These types of things are highly individual and should be chosen with respect to one’s preferences and/or capabilities. I have had a lot of fun with the good old Aneros Helix Syn back in the day, while the friend I mentioned earlier hated that thing.

All in all, we are here to make you happy. You are the one to experience an amazing orgasm with a brand new toy. You are now officially ready for the journey. Don’t forget the lube!

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Types of prostate massagers

All in all, if we are to neglect some of the most perverted versions of massagers that beginners should not even look at, there are three basic kinds of devices for guys: e-stim, standard, and vibrating. Let’s have a look at each of the types separately.

Vibrating treats

This kind is superior to other types if you ask me. It is pretty much like your girlfriend’s G-Spot vibrator, and the only difference lies in the shape. Toys for men are designed for men. In simple words, these bad boys will massage your prostate gland as if it’s their only way of survival. Most of these charmers are powered with separate batteries, but there are also some chargeable options.

Here are several of my favorites, just to name a few:

  • Lelo Loki Wave.
  • Lelo Hugo.
  • Lelo Billy.
  • Lelo Loki.
  • Aneros Vice – this one does real magic to my prostate;
  • L’Amourose Rosa Rogue – my first vibrating masturbator that’s still used really often.

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Simple treats

This section is entirely about the standard type of massagers – those charming fellas that do not vibrate. Most of the devices in this category work extremely well, as the manufacturers have no way to compete on the market but to invest in the anatomical design. In simple words, these devices are built to stimulate your prostate naturally. The G-spot is their second home.

Examples:

  • Njoy Pure Wand.
  • Aneros Progasm.
  • Aneros Helix Syn – best choice for a newbie.
  • Tantus P-Spot Dildo.
  • E-stim

This is a risky choice for more experienced players. In general, these devices work by stimulating the prostate gland with weak electric shocks. In simple words, they zap your butt hole. I don’t own any of these, so I can’t really tell you more.

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One size does not fit all

If you are a beginner it’s better to start small. Choose tiny length and diameter of the toy to get a hang of it before proceeding to something more drastic. Sticking something big while not being used to the feel will be, well, uncomfortable, to say the least. I recommend going for the 1.25-inch Aneros Helix Syn.

If you have already had countless experiences, the 2-inch extreme models like Njoy Pure Wand should do the trick.

Materials?

The wider majority of the massager manufacturers prefer sticking to:

  • Plastic: While hard and not flexible enough, this material is rather durable and inexpensive. But, your skin won’t be feeling as much tactile pleasure.
  • Silicone: Luxurious is the perfect word to describe masturbators made of silicone. The material does not cause allergies, feels nice and is easily maintainable. And yet devices made of it usually cost a bit more.
  • Stainless steel: Your perfect friend and companion for when you need the thing done. Rough and dirty is the way you like it? Go for some steel. Do note that this choice is better suited for professionals.
  • Glass: If looks are more important to you than the feel – go for glass. These kinds of devices come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. They are easily maintainable and do not cause allergies. Watch out for cracks though as you probably don’t feel like explaining to your doctor why the glass has caused some bleeding up there.

Do note that phthalate is a terrible choice. Avoid all devices containing it at all cost!

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Price tags

What can I say here? Price tags usually vary from as little as $10 and up to $300. Do note that investing in a no-name massager for something less than thirty bucks can lead to an unpleasant outcome from allergies to injuries.

If you are willing to give yourself a treat – spend some cash. You don’t have to go for the more expensive models, as $50-100 should do it.

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Best places for purchase

The safest and most private way of shopping for sex toys is in the world of online stores. Amazon has some amazing deals for these kinds of things. Don’t be afraid to put your detective hat. Do your research, check comments, and reviews before purchasing a brand new prostate massager.

You should remember that premium versions of masturbators (the more expensive ones) may not come in one pack with warranty if you are purchasing the product from a third-party dealer.

Experience-based recommendations

I am a fan of a more personalized approach when it comes to sex. Go by what you feel and only take the following tips as a guiding light, not a direct recommendation.

Best models for you

  • Newbie – go for Aneros Helix Syn or give Lelo Billy a try.
  • The kinky guy – Njoy Pure Wand can help with really stunning orgasms but requires higher levels of sophistication. Aneros Vice is also nice.
  • The pro – if you’ve tried everything out and the world seems empty again – give the Tantus P-Spot or Leo Wave a shot.

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Additional info: the FAQ

Why are men looking for prostate massagers?

  • Medical reasoning;
  • New ways of sexual satisfaction.

Where’s my G-Spot?

Near the rectum, about 2.5 inches deep. It’s best to start your day one experience with fingering. If you’ll love the feel – invest in a massager.

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Why should I do it?

You don’t. You don’t have to play around with male prostate massagers unless you feel like it. These devices are just sex toys like handcuffs or slutty nurse costumes. It is true however that stimulation of the prostate can make any orgasm insanely colorful.

What else can I say?

Just give it a try. Start small and you’ll be cumming like a mammoth in a heartbeat!