Tickle your prostate with these AWESOME massagers!

Choosing a good prostate massager can be a challenge. If you’re new to this type of masturbation, it can be a daunting task to sift through the plethora of options available. It’s important to know what’s available to you and how to find the right one to suit your needs.

With literally hundreds of stimulators to choose from, this buyers guide breaks it all down, to help make your purchase decision simple and stress free.

Prostate sex toys changed my love life and provided the catalyst for me to reach new levels of orgasm. My goal is to help you get there as well!

They work for ANY guy

It makes no difference is you’re gay or straight. Trans or Cis gender. If you have a prostate, these ass toys hold the key to personal orgasmic nirvana!

MUST READ: I recently got a very insightful email from a straight, happily married guy named Dan on this very topic. By the way, Dan also enjoys getting his prostate pleasured by another man. See it here.


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Table of contents

  1. The first step: which one to buy
  2. Type – vibrating vs. standard vs. e-stim
  3. Size – smaller for beginners, larger for the experts
  4. Material – silicone, ABS plastic, stainless steel, etc.
  5. Price – what’s your budget?
  6. Where to purchase
  7. Personal recommendations
  8. Additional information


1. So which one do you choose?

This is where the fun begins. If you’re new to all this, I recommend you follow this step by step guide. I will walk you through the basics of choosing the right stimulator for your personal needs. These are the important things you need to know and decide upon, BEFORE buying one.

Before we start, let’s get one thing straight: there is no universal best male stimulator on the market. It all comes down to personal preference. One guy may enjoy the simplicity of a standard type, like the Aneros Helix Syn. Another guy might prefer the rumble and excitement of a vibrator, like the LELO Loki.

Ultimately, the best device is one that makes YOU happy and gets YOU off.

Don’t forget…lube is a requirement for male G-spot massage. Check out our best lubes page to see what’s available.



2. Most common types

Let’s break ’em down into 3 categories: vibrating, standard and e-stim.

Vibrating: These are generally my favorite. The action is similar to a women’s g-spot vibrator, except the device is curved in such a way to accommodate a man’s body. Specifically to nudge against the prostate gland. They’re battery operated, some with disposable batteries, others are rechargeable.

Below you will find my favorite vibrating toys. Click a link or a picture to read the detailed review.


L'Amourose Rosa Rogue review

L’Amourose Rosa Rouge

lelo loki wave

Lelo Loki Wave

aneros vice

Aneros Vice

Lelo Billy

lelo loki

Lelo Loki

Lelo Hugo


Standard (non-vibrating): Let’s call these the standard massagers. No frills. They work simply by their anatomical design (to fit into a man’s rectum and stimulate the male G spot). Some are meant to be manually operated. Others are hands free, and merely need to be inserted, with the squeezing and contracting of the rectal muscles doing all the work.

Click the link or a picture to read the review.


Njoy Pure Wand

aneros helix syn

Aneros Helix Syn

Aneros Progasm

Tantus P-Spot Dildo

Tantus P-Spot Dildo



E-stim: I currently do not have any of these on this site, as I have not had the opportunity to review one. Essentially, e-stim stimulates the prostate by inducing an electrical current into the gland. This is by far the most radical option available, and I hope to write some reviews about these in the near future.




3. Size

The stimulator you choose depends mainly on your level of experience. I recommend that beginners start with a toy that has a smaller diameter or less overall size. One that’s too large will potentially cause discomfort when penetrating the rectum. A device less than 1.25 inches in diameter is good for starters. The Aneros Helix Syn is a great beginner plug.

A man with more practice should opt for something bigger and more girthy. Some are as wide as 2 inches! These aren’t for the feint of heart. The Njoy Pure Wand is perfect for the more experienced user. The wand is an outstanding tool, great for solo or couples play.


4. Materials – what it’s made of

4 basic materials are used:

Plastic: generally ABS plastic. It’s hard and rigid with no flexibility. This is a durable material, just not as pleasing to the skin or your private parts. The Progasm by Aneros is a good example. Sometimes a rigid toy is just what you need, as a rigid device will apply more pressure to the P spot.

Silicone: This is the most luxurious option. Silicone is used in all sorts of sex toys. It’s hypo-allergenic and safe for your body. Remember, it’s always a good idea to read the manufacturer’s specifications before purchase. The Aneros Helix Syn (read the review) and the Tantus P-Spot dildo (read the review) are fine examples.

Stainless steel: When you really want to get down and dirty, this is one to use. Steel is hard, cold and very unforgiving. This is precisely why I like it. It’s nearly indestructible and very easy to clean and maintain. The Njoy Pure Wand is my favorite. Read the review, here. BONUS: it can used by him AND her. A true multi-purpose sex toy.

Glass: This is another common route to go, although I personally don’t recommend it. Yeah, blown glass with all those nifty colors can look really cool. I just don’t like putting things that can shatter inside my body. It’s perfectly safe, however, as long as you closely inspect the toy before use. Make sure there are no cracks or loose pieces of glass. The last thing you want to do is have a shard of glass get stuck in your rectum. OUCH! See my review of the Sinclair Select Onyx, as an example.


IMPORTANT: Always make sure your toys are phthalate-free! Read more about why this is important.



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5. Price

Anal toys can be purchased for as little as $10 or north of $250. The amount largely depends on what you can afford, as well as the results you hope to achieve. It’s better to spend a little extra cash and purchase a high quality device from a reputable manufacturer, like LELO or Aneros.

These toys will have better construction, and they will be hypoallergenic so you won’t have to concern yourself with rashes and the like. This will ensure that your masturbation sessions will be the best they can be.

For example, I would recommend an Aneros product, like the Vice, over a cheap, generic butt plug, even though they look very similar. The Aneros will cost more, but it’s well worth it. As the old saying goes, you get what you pay for.

I highly recommend that you avoid the cheap, no-name devices available online that you can buy for less than $20. I’ve personally handled these things, and my findings were not always good. Some of them emitted weird odors. Others were hard and very uncomfortable. And a few even had sharp edges where the pieces of plastic were joined together. No thanks!




6. Where can you buy one?

Lots of options here. The easiest (and most private) way is to search and purchase online. There are tons of sex toy shops selling everything imaginable. Just open up your favorite web browser and start searching.

In most of my product reviews, I link to a preferred retailer or retailers for that particular item. You can visit that link, check the latest price and make your purchase.

Don’t be afraid to compare prices, though, because you may find a better deal than I can suggest.

I promote a lot of sex toys from Amazon. I’ve heard rumblings from friends and on the web that some of the toys sold by Amazon are knock-offs. I’ve had nothing but good experiences with these toys. They have always been genuine. See the comments section below for a great comment on this topic.

Ultimately the choice is up to you. A lot of the time Amazon sells them cheaper, but sometimes not.

Another thing to be aware of: for high end toys (ones that cost well over $100), the manufacturer warranty may not be valid when purchased from a non-authorized dealer. Just read the fine print and you’ll be fine. When in doubt, just buy from the manufacturer web site.


7. My recommendations

The device you purchase depends on your level of experience and comfort zone.

Personally, I feel the maximum diameter is the first thing to look at. Some toys are smaller than an inch in diameter and others are 2 inches or more! Ouch! Obviously, the ones at the smaller end are easier to work with. The downside? If it’s is too small for your needs, you may not get the pleasure you expect.


Mr. Racy recommends

Beginner – I suggest the Aneros Helix Syn and the Lelo Billy for beginners, or those who like a smaller toy.

Intermediate – The Njoy Pure Wand is great for guys with more experience. The Lelo Hugo and the Aneros Vice and are outstanding if you’ve already dabbled in this activity, and want something a little more…stimulating. They vibrate!

Advanced –  If you want to get really funky – The Tantus P-Spot male dildo is big, bad, and will knock your socks off. The Lelo Loki and Wave are also great advanced toys.


**Check out my guide that discusses how to use these devices, right here. You’ll mainly learn more about my preparation techniques. Through trial and error, I’ve come up with some great tactics to help you achieve the elusive multiple male orgasm!


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8. Additional inormation

There are two main reasons for men to play with their prostate:

Medical – It’s commonly performed at home or at a doctors office, to eliminate toxins from the gland and improve blood flow. You can save yourself some time and expense by doing it at home with fingers or toys. Urologists routinely use a technique, called a digital rectal examination (DRE), on men to check for prostate cancer and to screen for prostatitis.

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Sexual pleasure – a.k.a. prostate play. This is the aspect covered here, at MrRacy.com. Stimulation, done correctly, can help a man reach an entirely new level of orgasm via masturbation. These orgasms are more intense, and can have a MUCH longer duration.

It takes time and practice, however. A guy should never expect to have one of these orgams on the first try. Sometimes it takes weeks or months to get the technique perfected. For some men, it will NEVER happen. If this is the case, here are some tips and tricks to help make it happen.


How to find your anal hotspot

Simple. It’s located near the rectum, about three 3 inches or 2-3 knuckles deep. You can easily locate it with a finger, toy or probe. You can do it yourself, but it’s easier (and more fun) if you have a willing partner to do it for you! Read more about how to find it, right here.


What are these weird looking things?

They are toys just for guys, designed to be inserted into his rectum. The toy is shaped specifically for the male anatomy and, once inserted, will apply pressure to the area near the gland. This is also known as milking your p-spot.


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Here’s how I got started

Years ago, I was introduced to this activity by a lady friend. Let’s just say she was A LOT more adventurous than I. We had been dating for only a few months, but were having LOTS of really hot, passionate sex. She was the daring type: I liked that. One night in bed she just brought it up, out of the blue. She was never afraid to speak her mind. That’s what turned me on about her.

She wanted to do something very special for me, as a gift: a prostate massage. I thought about it for a bit, and said “Certainly!” I’ve also chronicled my first experience. Click here to read “The Passion of the Prostate: an Erotic Love Story”.

Of course I had dabbled with anal play, just never my PROSTATE! Little did I know that this first experience would change my life. Once I learned just how satisfying it was, I never looked back. It’s a completely unique type of male orgasm, and it just keeps getting better.


What’s so great about it?

Since it’s a relatively untouched part of the male sexual anatomy, it doesn’t get NEARLY enough attention. Women have their G-Spots. Men have what’s called a P-Spot, or prostate.

Stimulation of this spot brings forth an entirely new type of climax for guys; much different than the traditional orgasm. Most of us are aware that women can have MULTIPLE orgasms, back to back. What we, as men, don’t realize is that it’s possible for us to do the same thing.

This allows us to have the same multi-orgasmic experiences as women. These orgasms are generally much more intense and can last MUCH longer. Almost to the point of physical exhaustion. Now, what guy wouldn’t like that?? To read more about how it feels, click here.


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Why YOU should give it a try

Let me tell you from personal experience that this can take your masturbation activities to a completely new level. Regular sex and masturbation are great, don’t get me wrong. Prostate play just opens up new doors of orgasmic nirvana. Do you want to amp up your sex life? Practicing and perfecting this type of massage is the gateway.

From talking to a number of male friends in person and online, I’ve learned one basic truth: A LOT of guys are very uncomfortable with sticking things in their butt. They’re worried it makes them “gay” or less of a man. Horsefeathers, I say! What a man does in the privacy of his own home or with a loved one is his own damn business. If it feels good, then there’s no shame in it. Enjoy your body and the pleasures it can offer.



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Author: Dave

Hi, I'm Dave. And I'm a....sex fiend?!? No, not really. But, Kinda :) Actually, I'm just your average white collar guy who happens to have a soft spot for sexy WOMEN and HOT sex toys. Hence, these are my chosen topics for this blog. I'm fluent in 3 languages: English, Profanity and Sarcasm. I own a number of male sex toys, and my personal "toybox" is growing rapidly. But prostate toys are my favorite. So, enjoy the ride, and drop me a line if you have something to say! Hey hey...I just joined Reddit! /u/mrracy

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  1. Hi Dave, glad I found this really helpful site. A request for some advice if I may. I recently started taking an interest in my prostate, I’m 53 and it comes up in conversations. So I thought I’d buy a massager; not having played around there ever and not really reading up, i purchased a Rocks Off bad boy. On receipt I was shocked at its size. Liking a challenge I followed the advice and eventually managed to get it me, but couldnt get the last thick part in. After about 45 minutes of getting no pleasure from it, I gavevup and put it away. The following morning I tried again, somebpleasure but mostly frustration. So i read a little more and gave it another go in the afternoon and after about half an hour of sitting rocking on this thing I had what I can only describe as 5 mind blowing O’s one after the other. My body tensed until it could tense no more. Ibcouldnt wait to try again and several days later I did, but nothing, just frustration. I git the feeling of wanting to pee, but it didnt build tobanything despite repeating what id done previously. After 3 more attemptsbover the weeks I ourchased a Hugo. I gave that a shot today and despite the nice feeling I dont seem to be able to build to an orgasm. Sorry about the length of this but is this Normal?

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    • Dave

      Hi Phreeked:

      For starters, there really isn’t anything normal when it comes to prostate play. Every guy is different!

      Hugo and the Bad Boy are two completely different toys. It may take some experimentation to find the right way to use your Hugo. But once you do, you won’t be disappointed! Stick with it and try different things. You’ll get there!

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  2. Hi Dave,

    I recently purchased a Loki Wave after reading your review. It feels great, and I consistently get off using it! However, I can’t *quite* seem to reach a full hands free orgasm with it. It’s like I get to the brink, and then…nothing. Any tips?

    Also, do you have a prefer nice between Hugo & Loki Wave? Was considering both, and may still add Hugo later. Any point to getting Hugo when I already have the wave?

    Thanks so much.

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    • Dave

      Hey Alex,

      Glad you are enjoying the Wave! Well, in my experience, Wave isn’t all that great for hands free play. The reticulating arm and the shape of the toy really don’t lend themselves to being a hands off toy.

      Hugo on the other hand works pretty well for hands free action. It does have a tendency to not stay firmly planted, though. It never pops all the way out, but it can be difficult to keep it on the “sweet spot”. To alleviate this, I like to use it while laying on my back, with my upper body propped up on a pillow. I can then sit on it so it stays in place.

      Hugo is a very different toy but is definitely better for hands off use. The wireless remote control is killer, in my opinion.

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  3. Hi Dave, I wanted to comment on why there are rumors of knockoffs on Amazon and why some manufactures do not honor warranties on things purchased from there. It is well known that Amazon provides order fulfillment for some sellers. When they do this all items with the same sku go into a communal “bin” if a fake has the same sku printed on it as a genuine item, since some fakes appear high quality it might go into the bin with a genuine item. Amazon could therefore inadvertently sell a fake even though it is sold by them if a fake item has been sent to them from other sellers and then placed with Amazon’s own stock. Hope this helps anyone wondering what the issue with Amazon is!

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    • Dave

      Ryan, thanks so much for clarifying this!

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  4. Hi Dave,

    Between the Vice, Billy, & Loki – can you give a brief opinion on each as well as a ranking? I would very much appreciate it. Thanks


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    • Dave

      Hello Cobb:

      I can certainly do that! Here are my thoughts:

      Loki – of the three, this is my favorite one. However it’s on the bigger side, so if you’re just starting out, this could be a bit tricky. If you’ve been at prostate play for a while, the “fullness factor” that this toy provides is phenomenal. Also, this one has the strongest, most intense vibrations of the three. It also has the widest range of vibration intensities and patterns. It’s also the most expensive of the three.

      Vice – I’ll have to rank this #2, purely because it’s designed to be used hands free. If you’re looking for a toy that you can just pop in and use your hands for something else, this is the toy to have. A decent number of vibration patterns, just not as strong as Loki. A great toy for beginners wanting to move up to the next level.

      Billy – reluctantly, I have to rate this #3. It’s still pretty awesome, although it’s definitely eclipsed by Loki. Billy is great for beginners because of its small diameter and relatively straight form. This one is great for couples, as your partner can literally fuck you in the ass with this one. It’s great for some in and out while vibrating.

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  5. Hello Dave! I recently caved in and decided to buy my first P massager in hopes of experiencing this incredible orgasm I’ve been hearing about. I really enjoyed reading through your website. It’s nice to finally find some organized info on the subject! So I bought the “duke” from fun factory at the recommendation of the woman working in the store and I’ve used it about 5 times now. Unfortunately I haven’t reached the big O yet. After reading through your articles however, I think I’ve been rushing the process and haven’t been in the right mindset for it so I’m eager to try that out next time. I do have a couple questions for you if you wouldn’t mind though!
    1. Have you used the duke from fun factory? If so what are your thoughts on it? I think I might be having trouble finding the right placement while its inside.
    2. Should I be moving the toy around while inside or do I just let it sit there with my hands at my sides?? I kinda went into this without knowing ANYTHING about prostate stimulation. I’ve never talked to anyone about it, never had anyone even touch my anus, and I’m struggling finding help online.
    People say try different techniques if something isn’t working but I don’t know what techniques mean. Are there actual proven “techniques” for prostate massaging or does technique in this case take a completely subjective route?
    Thank you for putting your time and energy into this! I’ve already learned a lot just by reading through your articles. Hope to hear from you soon!

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    • Dave

      Hello ANewPlayer!

      Thanks for stopping by. First, I’ll answer your questions.

      1. I have not used the Fun Factory Duke. It sounds like a great toy, and I hope to give it a try sometime. So many toys…so little time!
      2. Whether you move it around or leave it in place depends on the device. I suspect the Duke is designed to just insert it and turn it on. You might try try moving it around a bit with your hand. If laying on your back, try pushing down on it so the end in your rectum presses up against your prostate. I wouldn’t wiggle it, though. Rather try pushing it in different directions and hold it there until you find a position that feels good. Again, I don’t have experience with your particular device so it’s difficult for me to give advice about it.

      Achieving the big “O” isn’t always an easy process. What works for me might not work for you. Every body has a different response. The best advice I can give is located in my article that talks about using a prostate massager, right here. If that still doesn’t deliver any results, feel free to hit me up on my contact page, and I may be able to give you more personalized advice.

      All the best!

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