9 Best Prostate Massagers that Will BLOW YOUR MIND [2019]

Jacking off gets boring. I know, I know…it still feels great. But after decades of wanking, a change of pace can breathe new life into a boring masturbation routine.

 

QUESTION: Ok Dave, how can I make getting off more fun?

ANSWER: Keep reading and I’ll show you!

 

In this post you’ll see various options for buying the best prostate massager that fits your butt play goals.

 

Some common questions I’ll answer:

  • Is the cost of this butt toy within my budget?
  • Which type of stimulator should I buy? Regular or vibrating?
  • I’m a prostate play beginner. Which device is right for me?
  • I like having my prostate pounded. Which one will hit me the hardest?
  • I enjoy a full feeling in my rectum. Which one will stretch me out a bit?
  • I heard some toys are made from stainless steel. Where do I find those?

 

 

Here’s why you should seriously consider getting a prostate stimulator: whether you’re an ass play veteran or a complete beginner, there’s nothing like the primal, erotic feeling of a toy filling the rectum. I used to be a nay-sayer too, until I tried it…

 

 

The toys you’ll read about:

  1. Lelo Loki
  2. Lelo Hugo
  3. Aneros Helix Syn
  4. Njoy Pure Wand
  5. L’Amourose Rosa Rouge
  6. Aneros Vice
  7. Lelo Billy
  8. Lelo Loki Wave
  9. Aneros Progasm

 

 

The 9 Best Prostate Massagers!

 

#1. LELO Loki

Best for: Intermediate to Advanced users

 

Fills the rectum very well. Provides a good “stretch.” Moderately expensive.

 

Here’s the reason this stimulator is my #1 favorite: the vibrations are simply the strongest, most powerful vibes I’ve ever felt in a prostate toy. Bar none.

It’s like the LELO Billy on steroids.

But what if I’m not feeling like getting my prostate pounded today? No problem. I can turn the vibes way down so I feel nothing more than a tickle. Enough for a light day massage session.

This male vibrator is a modern day sexual work of art. It can make me moan in ecstasy or squirm with discomfort, depending on how I use it. Regardless, this toy is great every time I use it.

 

Lelo Loki

The LELO Loki. Note the easy to navigate control pad on the left.

 

You may be familiar with the name Loki from Norse mythology. Like the namesake, this toy is full of surprises and satisfying attributes that will make any man’s prostate tremble with excitement.

Pros

  • The larger size provides that “full” feeling down there. More so than every other toy I have reviewed. A primal experience every man should try.
  • Controls are fairly easy to operate and become familiar with.
  • Like the Hugo, it’s powered by a rechargeable battery with excellent life.
  • The velvety smooth business end of the toy feels great and cleans up easily.

Cons

  • If you have a tight butt hole, it’s uncomfortable at first.
  • Somewhat expensive, but more affordable than the HUGO below.
  • No wireless remote. Not a bit deal for some guys, but I personally love the ability to control my toys from a distance. Not possible here.

Read my full LOKI review, right here. Also, read bout LOKI’s half brother called WAVE, here

 

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Check price @ LELO.com

 

 


 

 

#2. LELO Hugo

Best for: Beginners to Advanced Users

 

Fills the rectum moderately. Comfortable when in place. Expensive.

 

I’ve written about HUGO a lot since it was released a couple years ago. I don’t use it as much as I used to, but it’s still one of my favorite horses in the stable – so to speak.

Yes, I know. Another toy from LELO. I cant help it, though. They make some of my favorite male sex toys.

Here’s why I like this one so much: the wireless remote control. For a long time I never had wireless toys, and thought of them as a silly gimmick. Now that I have one, I can’t believe I waited so long. Being able to have my hands free to do other things is awesome. I simply find a setting I like, and put the remote down. Voila! Hands-free!

 

Lelo Hugo remote control male vibrator

Toy on the right. Wireless remote control on the left.

 

Pros

  • It’s cordless, utilizing a rechargeable battery.
  • It comes with a wireless remote control.
  • A satin, soft feel texture that feels good in the hand, even better in the butt.
  • HUGE range of vibrations from intense rumbles all the way down to mild vibrations.
  • It’s a hands free device. Once inserted, your hands are available for other things and not fiddling around with a toy.
  • It’s waterproof. Enjoy it anywhere, even the shower!

 

Cons

  • It’s expensive. One of the highest cost toys I’ve reviewed.
  • Take some practice to get accustomed to the remote control and settings on the toy.

Read the full review of Hugo, right here.

 

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Check price @ LELO.com

 

 

 

 

Dave’s Deep Thoughts:
A prostate toy is the cure for boring masturbation tell a friend

 

 

 

 

#3 Aneros Helix Syn

Best for: Beginners

 

Minimal feeling of rectal fullness. Inexpensive. Easy to insert.

 

Syn is the prostate toy that started it all, for me. The very first one I purchased. It helped me learn about my body and how it responds to prostate play. It taught me how and when to move, and when to stop and be still.

With it, I learned the principles of hands free stimulation. And how to experience a prostate orgasm.

But I don’t use it much anymore, as I’ve graduated to bigger and better things. Syn does make an appearance every now and then, for nostalgia more than anything.

 

Aneros Helix Syn

The Aneros Helix Syn. Simple. Small. A great training device.

 

PROS

  • Very inexpensive
  • It’s simple. No batteries to charge or vibrators to stop working.
  • The #1 best toy for beginners. The slim diameter is perfect for rookies who aren’t used to inserting things into their butt.

 

CONS

  • It takes patience and practice to use. Some guys report having hard time getting off with it.
  • This thing is like cocaine. Tolerance builds very quickly. It doesn’t take long before this toy just isn’t enough anymore.

 

Read the full review of Syn, right here. For even more excitement from Aneros, read my review of the Vice here.

 

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Check price @ ANEROS.com

 


 

 

#4. Njoy Pure Wand

Best for: Intermediate to Advanced Users

 

Like two toys in one. Versatile. Moderate fullness from one end, minimal fullness from the other. Moderately Expensive.

 

There’s something about cold, hard unforgiving stainless steel that makes it so perfect for sex toys. It’s raw. It’s naughty. It’s bad ass.

The Pure Wand never gets old for me. It’s a timeless toy that never rests for too long. It’s just too awesome to leave alone.

 

The best thing about this toy?

I can precisely control the pressure on my prostate when I’m using it. You see, the toy acts like a lever when inserted. When I’m laying on my back, a simple press down will nudge the other end of the Wand up. This applies more pressure to my prostate.

If I want a lighter touch, I just lift up. This eases the pressure on my prostate.

All in all, this toy is kinda like an exotic Italian sports car. It’s firm and unforgiving, but in the right hands, amazing things can happen.

 

 

Njoy Wand review

The Njoy Pure Wand is a timeless classic. It will probably out live me…

 

PROS

  • Stainless toys are the ultimate for durability and will last decades.
  • Men and women can BOTH enjoy it! It’s like getting two toys for the price of one.
  • A snap to clean. Some hot soapy water does the trick every time.
  • No other toy is built like this. Applying and decreasing pressure during prostate play doesn’t get any easier.
  • The balls on each end are different sizes. Use the big one when feeling frisky.

 

CONS

  • Semi expensive. You get what you pay for. Sheer excellence.
  • It’s heavy! A hand is always required to keep it on the right spot.
  • Steel holds temperature very well. If this toy is in a cold room, it’s best to put it in warm water for a bit before play time.

Read the full review of the Pure Wand, right here.

 

Check price on Amazon

 


 

 

#5. L’Amourose Rosa Rouge

Best for: Intermediate to Advanced users

 

Fills the rectum nicely. Comfortable when in place. Expensive.

 

Last, but certainly not least, is the Rosa Rouge by L’Amourose. This toy is sophisticated. Like something designed by Coco Chanel. Looking at the picture below, one could swear that it flew in, straight from a Paris fashion show.

 

The best thing about this toy?

It has a nifty trick up its sleeve: it heats up! As far as I know, this is the only vibe that has this feature.

Personally, I think there’s (almost) nothing more uncomfortable than an ice cold sex toy. If it’s cold enough, it’s like jamming a dildo shaped ice cube up the butt. Not cool.

All those problems go away with this euro-style male vibrator. The operating temperature is perfect every time. It only takes a few moments for it to heat up, perfect for when I’m short on time and need to move quickly.

 

L'Amourose Rosa Rogue review

The L’Amourose Rosa Rouge. Elegant. Sophisticated. Stimulating.

 

 

PROS

  • It has a built in heating element, so it’s always at the right temperature.
  • Powerful vibrations. Right in line with LELO’s vibrators.
  • The flexible shaft is nice. Sometimes a completely rigid toy is a bit uncomfortable. Rouge solves this problem and it makes the toy a bit more comfortable that others.
  • It’s waterproof, so playtime can be virtually anywhere.

 

CONS

  • Expensive at north of $100 US
  • Charging is only available on the provided stand, which I’m not a huge fan of. I prefer to plug it in directly like most other toys. Not a deal breaker though.

Read the full Rouge review, right here.

 

Check price on Amazon

 


 

#6. Aneros Vice

Best for: Intermediate to Advanced users

 

Fills the rectum nicely. Comfortable when in place. Mid priced.

 

I consider the Vice a classic prostate toy. Simple yet effective. Luxurious feeling but not too expensive. It’s also the first vibrating one I bought!

 

I like it because it comes in two pieces, which makes maintenance easier.

  • The vibrating mechanism that slides out the bottom for battery replacement or cleaning (if necessary).
  • The soft yet firm body safe silicone plug that does most of the work.

 

aneros vice

 

PROS

  • Easy to operate. One button turns it on, off and adjusts the vibes.
  • Stays in place very well. Once it’s in there’s no coming out until you’re ready to remove it manually.
  • Flexible so it can be manipulated easily. Firm enough to provide consistent pressure.

 

CONS

  • Battery life is average. A few hours of play tops, depending on your setting. Fortunately it uses just one AAA battery.
  • Changing the battery in the vibrator can be tricky because the parts are relatively small.

 

Read my full review of Vice, right here.

 

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Check price @ ANEROS.com

 


 

 

#7. Lelo Billy

Best for: Beginners

 

Minimal feeling of rectal fullness. Mid priced. Easy to insert.

 

This was my first vibrating toy from LELO, the one that really turned me on to the brand. You probably noticed that I mention several of these from the same manufacturer. Well, that’s for a reason: because they’re, in my opinion, the best on the market.

Great battery life, smooth and easy operation, along with sexy aesthetics. Really everything a sex toy owner could want.

 

the Billy by Lelo

 

 

PROS

  • Easy to insert in the rectum
  • Thin design has a smaller diameter which makes it easier to use for beginners or those with really tight butt holes
  • The battery is rechargeable, so trying to find replacement batteries is a thing of the past.

 

CONS

  • The slender design might not be big enough to get the stretched out sensation that many anal players enjoy
  • It has a tendency to slide out, so it will require a constant hand to keep it in there.

 

Read my full review of Billy, right here.

 

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Check price @ LELO.com

 

 

 


 

#8: LELO Loki Wave

Best for: Intermediate to advanced users

 

Fills the rectum well. Provides a good “stretch.” Moderately expensive.

 

If any of my sex toys made me say WHOA the first time I used it, it was this one.

Wave offers something unique to any anal toy I’ve ever seen: it has a reticulating “arm” that moves back and forth to hit two spots at once! The prostate and the nearby perineum. Combined with the excellent vibrations, this is the one and only toy that provides the full package for maximum ass pleasure.

It’s basically a cousin to the standard Loki that was #1 on this list. Same size. Same vibes. Just with the additional stimulating arm.

The only reason it’s so far down on the list is the price point. I feel it’s a bit expensive for what it does, but if you have money to spare, totally worth it.

 

lelo loki wave

 

PROS

  • The reticulating pleasure arm that rubs the perineum is a unique feature
  • Strong vibrations that are easy to control
  • Waterproof for playtime anywhere.

 

CONS

  • While the moving arm is fun, I feel that it’s an unnecessary edition that’s not worth it in “bang for the buck” terms.
  • While I’ve never had any issues with mine, I feel that the moving arm could be problematic over long term use. More complex mechanisms are more likely to fail.

 

See my full review of Wave, right here.

 

 

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Check price @ LELO.com

 

 


 

#9. Aneros Progasm

Best for: Beginning to intermediate users.

 

Fills the rectum moderately. Provides an ok “stretch.” Inexpensive.

 

The Progasm is similar to the Helix mentioned earlier. I call it “the meat and potatoes model.” Nothing fancy. Old school. Simple, but gets the job done.

I also like it because it’s inexpensive. Just basic hard plastic. There’s no silicone on this baby. With that said, there’s no soft velvety texture on the exterior. But that doesn’t matter much once it’s in your ass.

 

an Aneros Progasm review!

 

 

PROS

  • It’s rigid. No flexibility means it can it firmly hit the prostate. HARD. This might be good or bad depending on what you like.
  • Great price point. Once of the least expensive toys I’ve reviewed.
  • It works very well!

 

CONS

  • See those little arms sticking out in the picture above? They’re slightly flexible. Sometimes they dig into the perineum a bit, making it uncomfortable. This can be fixed by repositioning the body once inserted.
  • It’s just basic ABS plastic. Body safe, but cold, hard and not very sexy.

 

Read my full review of the Progasm, here.

 

Check price @ Aneros.com

 

 


 

Still can’t decide on a prostate toy? Here’s even more info…

 

 

 

 

 

Hopefully you’ve read through my post, For the ULTIMATE Male Orgasm, Try Prostate Milking. If not, check it out here. That post contains everything you need to know to have a prostate orgasm.

 

 

I’m a complete beginner! Help?!

If you’re brand new to all this, I recommend that you don’t buy a toy at all. At least not yet.

Start with a finger, or have your partner use theirs. Get accustomed to the feelings, sensations and locations.

Once you’ve been down this road and feel like “hey, I want to take this to the next level!” then it’s time to grab your first toy.

As mentioned in my  list above, there’s no better toy to start than with the Helix Syn, by Aneros. I’ve included a few more options in the table below, suitable for noobs.

 

 

Beginner toy suggestions

Toy Description Review Link
Aneros Helix Syn Review
Lelo Billy Review
Aneros Progasm Jr. Review
Lelo Hugo Review

 

 

I have some experience, but not a lot. What should I try?

This is for the level 2 prostate players. You’ve graduated from fingers and small diameter toys and need something a bit larger and more fulfilling.

These stimulators pack a little more punch than the beginner toys. The diameters are a bit bigger and will cause a little more stretch in your rectum.

The vibrators in this category will hit a little bit harder and will have a wide range of patterns and intensities to choose from.

 

 

Intermediate toy suggestions

Toy Description Review Link
Lelo Loki Review
Lelo Hugo Review
Njoy Pure Wand Review
Lelo Loki Wave Review
Aneros Vice Review
Aneros Progasm Review
L’Amourose Rosa Rouge Review

 

 

 

I’m a veteran. Which one will rock me the hardest?

These stimulators are reserved for those who have graduated college and ready to go for the PhD. A couple of these aren’t for the feint of heart.

Do you like to have your butt hole stretched? These are the toys for you.

Do you like super strong vibrations? You’re in the right category.

Do you enjoy a bit of pain during anal play? These will make you feel right at home.

You’ll notice some toys here that were also included in the previous categories, for example the LELO Loki. I feel this belongs in both places. The diameter is large enough to accommodate intermediate players, while satisfying those that enjoy a full feeling in the rectum.

What really moves the Loki into the advanced category is the vibrations. They simply can’t be topped by any other toy (that I’ve tried). The intensity can be turned up so high that it becomes uncomfortable. Perfect for the guys that like to live on the edge.

 

Advanced toy suggestions

Toy Description Review Link
Lelo Loki Review
Lelo Hugo Review
Njoy Pure Wand Review
Lelo Loki Wave Review
L’Amourose Rosa Rouge Review
Tantus P Spot Review

 

 

 

Vibrating prostate stimulators: the pros and cons

This is a common question here at Mr. Racy. I get lots of emails from guys (and gals) asking “should I buy a vibrating model?” The answer isn’t so cut and dry, but here’s my personal opinion.

I love vibrators. They add the extra ZING to my playtime that keeps things interesting and exciting. I love it when I have a toy stuck deep in my ass and I can feel the vibrations radiating through the entire mid section of my body.

Is a prostate vibrator necessary to get off? No. It isn’t. But it feels better.

 

 

PROS

Vibrations feel damn good. There’s no denying it.

A good prostate vibrator can mean the difference between getting off and NOT getting off. For me personally, there are times where I have difficulty hitting P orgasm. No matter how long or hard I play, it just isn’t going to happen. However, if I plunge a strong male vibrator into my ass, the odds of having that killer orgasm increase significantly.

It’s good fun and keeps things interesting. Vibrators can serve multiple purposes. Not only is my Loki great for ass play, but it makes a great body massager! And if you’re a fan of frenulum play (tickling that skin on the underside of the tip of your penis) it feels phenomenal!

 

CONS

It’s a more complex device. This means you run the risk of something going wrong with it.

They cost more. As you would expect, a more complex device means it has more moving parts. This means it will generally cost more to purchase.

Vibrators need batteries to operate. Most of the time these are rechargeable battery packs (the Aneros Vice is an exception. It uses replaceable batteries). And they never last forever. Over time the charge and play capacity diminishes, just like any other rechargeable battery in your mobile phone, camera, etc. Once the battery reaches the end of its life, you’ll probably need to throw the toy away and buy a new one because they generally aren’t replaceable.

If the battery is dead, no playtime. If it’s been a while since you used your vibrator, the batteries might be dead. This means you have to wait for it to charge, or go buy new batteries. So much for a spur of the moment session.

 

 

Various toy materials are available

As you’re looking around at various devices, there seems to be an endless selection of products comprised of different materials.

However, it’s not quite as confusing as it seems.

There are really only 4 different materials that these toys are made of.

 

Plastic

This is usually ABS plastic. It’s quite hard, firm and unforgiving. But it’s very effective when rigidity is needed to make a toy stiff and non bendable. The Aneros Progasm (read more) fits in this category.

When choosing a plastic toy, make sure it’s body safe and doesn’t contain phthalates. Reputable manufacturers like LELO, Aneros, Nexus and Tantus always make body safe toys and clearly state the materials their toys are made of. This is usually a concern only with the super cheap knock off brands.

 

Silicone

This is the best, most luxurious option. Silicone is used in all sorts of sex toys for both men and women. It’s generally hypo-allergenic and safe for use in and out of the body. The Aneros Helix Syn (in my top 5 list above) and the LELO Loki Wave (read more) are fine examples.

 

Stainless steel

Steel is hard, cold and very unforgiving. This is what makes it one of my favorite sex toy materials. It’s nearly indestructible and very easy to clean and maintain. The Njoy Pure Wand is my favorite (one of my top 5 at the beginning of this post).

 

Glass

This is widely used for sex toys as well. But I’m not a big fan of it. It’s a very easy material to clean, and when lubed up, it slides in and out of all orifices amazingly well. I just don’t like putting things made of glass inside my body. Just make sure there are no cracks or pieces of glass that are missing.

 

 

How much do they cost?

Like most things in life, you get what you pay for.

Typically, when you pay bottom dollar for a cheap knock off item, you get a product that’s crap and doesn’t last for long. On the flip side, when you pay a little more for a quality product, you expect it to last and work well. There are exceptions to these rules, but in general, this is how it goes.

Prostate massagers are no different. Cheap ones are available for around $10 US. Or, you can spend north of $200 US. It’s entirely up to you and your personal budget.

Price varies based on a multitude of factors, including but not limited to:

  • Manufacturer
  • Complexity, design of the toy
  • Materials the toy is made of
  • The vendor you buy it from

When you are ready to purchase, I strongly suggest that you pay a little more and get a toy from a reputable manufacturer.

All the toys I review on this blog are from what I consider to be reputable manufacturers. Aneros, LELO, Tantus, etc. are all trustworthy companies that offer toys with warranties and stand behind their products.

Another thing that makes these businesses trustworthy is that the plainly state what their toys are made of. They display this information prominently so that you can see that they are constructed of safe materials and won’t hurt you.

 

 

Conclusion

Well, that wraps things up.

Not only did you see my favorite prostate toys, but you learned what to look for in your next toy purchase. Based on your experience level and lifestyle, the toy that’s perfect for each individual can vary greatly.

 

 

Recommended reading

 

 

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!

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