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 dimu
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I just received the Aneros MGX Trident and have a few first timer questions:

1) The material the aneros is made out of feels very hard and not very flexible. Is this normal?

2) Since this model of the aneros is not flexible, is it going to break inside me and get stuck when I try to pull it out? The winged part on one end are thin and not flexible -- how durable are they? This is making me very nervous.

Note: I have 0 experience using any toys like this, but I am trying it to find out what the super-O is all about.


   
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Helghast
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1- yes,it’s Normal.

2-No,it won’t break,they are very durable. You’ll still be using it in 20 years!

Read the Aneros wiki. Start a daily Kegel routine. Lube up and insert your aneros. Have fun. Don’t be nervous.


   
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Zentai
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Unless you drop your Aneros device on a hard surface and it lands in just the wrong way, they are super durable. In normal use you can consider it indestructible and as Helghast said, it will last for decades. Don't worry !   


   
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rumel
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Posted by: @bust3r

I just received the Aneros MGX Trident and have a few first timer questions:

Congratulations on being bold and adventurous enough to try this new/old process for achieving multiple orgasmic episodes of intense pleasure. I invite you to read the Introductory Message to New Members which has a few hints and tips to facilitate your learning journey with the Aneros. In addition to the Aneros WIKI and the Aneros Learning Center information sources, there are also, independently written guides for Aneros that are easily located on the internet just type "How to use an Aneros" as search words, you'll find many.

Posted by: @bust3r

1) The material the aneros is made out of feels very hard and not very flexible. Is this normal?

Yes, The material in the Trident model line is a body-safe, very strong plastic called acetal. It needs to be stiff to apply sufficient pressure to the prostate through movement of the pelvic floor muscles alone, avoiding manual manipulation.

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2) Since this model of the aneros is not flexible, is it going to break inside me and get stuck when I try to pull it out? The winged part on one end are thin and not flexible -- how durable are they? This is making me very nervous.

I've been a member here for over 14 years and I have never read of one incident of any Aneros model breaking or"...getting stuck" from 'normal' use. There have been reports of occasional breakage of the Progasm line of models due to dropping them on hard surfaces. Those models are made from different materials from the Trident line. The acetal material is very durable, with proper care and cleaning it can last a lifetime. The arms which provide support for the P & K tabs need to be stiff to provide leverage for the muscle activation to move the device sufficiently to effectively massage one's prostate.

Your nervousness is quite common and normal but as you grow in your learning you'll soon learn there are very few harms to be encountered on your Aneros journey. Please read those things I've linked you to now, I think they will provide good guidance to you as your move forward.

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Note: I have 0 experience using any toys like this, but I am trying it to find out what the super-O is all about.

If you do the reading as suggested you will find almost all the information you need regarding your physical practice. I am not convinced that we can ever know "...all about." the Super-O as it is a totally unique emotional/physical state for each man. To the extent we can, this Forum is dedicated to educational pursuit to learn more all the time so that new users, such as yourself, will not have to struggle to learn the basics and start enjoying the pleasures as quickly as possible. Welcome to your amazing journey!

Good Vibes to You!


   
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Congratulations on the first steps in this journey. Relax, no bad things will happen. Just relax, lie down, enjoy the first subtle hints of pleasure and let it work. 

No reason to be scared and no big expectations to start with. Just enjoy the trip as it changes and moves as you get into it. Find a comfortable spot, and remove all possible distractions. 


   
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Welcome to the party...good luck with your journey!  

You may have already figured this out, but if you're new, don't "pull" it out, push it out! Many years ago I inserted the MGX, my first sampling of Aneros devices, and I had my fun, then almost panicked when I tried to pull it out! I had to go look it up here on the forum in my anxious state. 

The hard white plastic toys are wonderful. They don't feel as soft and springy as the silicone models, but they are not sensitive to lube type at all...use the lube you like best and feel comfortable using. They are easy to clean and sanitize and every speck of lint will not have to be rinsed off them. I love both materials, but the hard whit plastic is excellent. 

Take it easy, just relax, keep your hands off your penis! Learn about your other senses and you will be rewarded eventually. I hope you are lucky and hit the super-o jackpot early on, but be patient. It took me 12 years. It was well worth it, I just wish I had listened to experience sooner. So much good knowledge shared here, if every man understood what was possible with this, these devices would sell better than any other many man product out there! If you could only high five your friends for your Aneros milestones...one day, maybe!


   
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