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I am curious about a potential issue I'm having. I am a beginner and I am using a knockoff and am unhappy with it and definitely am ready to invest in a reliable vibrating model. The issue is length wise, these require me to add hand pressure while I am fully clenched to touch my prostate. I feel pretty devastated that this could possibly a simple millimeter issue? I definitely feel the prostate but I can't do it hands free on my stomach? Any suggestions? Thank you.


   
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Try the HelixSynV or EuphoSyn as they are a bit longer. Try to get a model with flexible k and p tabs also which helps to stimulate the right areas. Once you find one that works for you, try other models that fit! Let us know your results 


   
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Vibrating version defeats the purpose of the entire journey imo. Totally different sensations and outcomes. 


   
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Thank you! I will definitely be involved in reading this forum. Just after a couple of tries, I felt some extra weird sensations, so I'm hopeful over time that I'll keep learning.


   
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I do definitely recommend getting the real thing, not a knockoff, because if it's not name-brand Aneros, God knows where it's made, how it's made or how well it's finished, the materials that are used, how extensively it was tested.  The model that has consistently given me the best results is the Helix Syn Trident (non-vibrating).  I love it so much it's my Avatar, so that's the one I'd recommend myself.  And I agree with @jiji2000 that the vibrating version doesn't do as much for me as I thought it would. 


   
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Yes, over time you may learn all kinds of cool things.  Be on the lookout for any new sensations and as you feel them, let them come to you.  I too might not bother paying for vibration at your stage.  The whole lineup is so well designed, invest in yourself and comfort.  Keep reading and ask questions, share impressions.  Welcome.


   
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Posted by: @jiji2000

Vibrating version defeats the purpose of the entire journey imo. Totally different sensations and outcomes. 

I would disagree..

Can you be more specific?

I more recently started using the VICE.  With the added vibration, I have been able to get much more consistency and much more intensified sensations within sessions.  I can honestly say, from my perspective, the sensations I am getting with the VICE are really no more unique than when using other models.

I'd advise beginners to actually start with a vibrating model.  I feel as the vibration acts as a training wheels of sorts, almost jump starting sensations.  A lot of us are too focused on an outcome, where we don't get much in the beginning of our journey.  Vibration kind of forces it along a bit.  It also seems to force more involuntary contractions.  So, users who are new to the process and are unaware of how much is too much in regards to contractions, can get a basic idea based on what their body is doing.

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Posted by: @nat

Posted by: @jiji2000

Vibrating version defeats the purpose of the entire journey imo. Totally different sensations and outcomes. 

I would disagree..

Can you be more specific?

I more recently started using the VICE.  With the added vibration, I have been able to get much more consistency and much more intensified sensations within sessions.  I can honestly say, from my perspective, the sensations I am getting with the VICE are really no more unique than when using other models.

I'd advise beginners to actually start with a vibrating model.  I feel as the vibration acts as a training wheels of sorts, almost jump starting sensations.  A lot of us are too focused on an outcome, where we doing get much in the beginning of our journey.  Vibration kind of forces it along a bit.  It also seems to force more involuntary contractions.  So, users who are new to the process and are unaware of how much is too much in regards to contractions, can get a basic idea based on what their body is doing.

I personally find it takes away all the small sensations and is just an overload of vibrations.

Like using a sledge hammer for a delicate job. 

But everyone's body is different and different people like different things and that is the beauty of it. 

 


   
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Posted by: @jiji2000

I personally find it takes away all the small sensations and is just an overload of vibrations.

Like using a sledge hammer for a delicate job. 

Could this just be due to prostate sensitivity?  

I know I have had a lot of problems in the past "Awakening" my prostate.  At this point, I assume it is just not as sensitive as the prostates of other men.  Maybe making it where the added vibration gets it going?

Just some guesses....


   
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@nat one doesn’t have to use the vibration but both the HSV and Vice2 can be very stimulating either way! Both have selective intensity and patterns. I used to be a naysayer with vibration but have come to enjoy and achieve great results with both models! Still like my ProgramIce and Jr as well! Variety is good!


   
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Posted by: @fred27

one doesn’t have to use the vibration but both the HSV and Vice2 can be very stimulating either way!

It has been an interesting time period since I have started using the VICE.  I've almost been exclusive to that model, when before I was mostly using a modified Progasm and classic Eupho. 

The thing is... I am getting so much more out of the VICE, I don't want to look back.  However, noticing the quickness to sensations with the VICE (not using vibration), makes me think the use of vibration helped to awaken my prostate to more pleasure.  So, I do wonder, if I went back to using traditional models, if I would get the same results as now or previous to VICE play.


   
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@nat you might find that indeed you have awakened your prostate! I have also experienced lots of the same feelings after exploring with and without vibration and find that going back to other models produces significant pleasure as well as anal and prostate orgasms!


   
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