Anal beads reviews
Anal Beads Reviews
Lovehoney have been releasing new sexy advent calendars every Christmas for a few years now, and they are consistently popular –to the point of selling out entirely, well before Christmas. I was obviously delighted when the team sent me the Lovehoney Couple's Sex Toy Advent Calendar 2020 for my review here on the Cara Sutra sex blog. Spoiler: this Christmas countdown calendar is very exciting and well worth the price tag.
This product was purchased from Lovehoney with three other "anal beginner" devices and they all arrived in the same box within 2 working days of placing the order. The Rocks Off Petite Sensations Bubbles Vibrating Anal Beads comes in two colour choices, black or purple. The purple option was the one reviewed.
It's a great option for those new to sex toys who'd like a taster of different sensations before they move onto more powerful toys or something designed with a single purpose for specific body parts. They may find they really enjoy the anal beads, with or without the vibration, and decide to explore that further with something larger or longer. Or perhaps really enjoy the directed, pinpoint clitoral stimulation–there are better, more powerful toys for that too.
One of the most satisfying gateway toys to asstastic orgasms is anal beads. These classics are a great introduction to anal sensation that can remain a favourite for years to come. And the Nexus Excite Anal Beads will be a great, all-purpose addition to your ass toy collection.
When I think about the company Nexus Range, I think about quality products for anal play with a male market in mind. With that thought in mind, I was quite excited to see if the Nexus Excite Anal Beads that Cara had provided to me for review would live up to my expectations based upon the company name alone.
The Loving Joy Triple Ripple Anal Beads are packaged up in black cardboard with a plastic inner shell. On the rear of the toy's packaging is a little more of a description which gives a helpful suggestion of heating or cooling them for an added sensation.
Anal beads are a staple in any sex toy enthusiast's closet. They start off gentle and build up to something more intense. They allow you to train your anal muscles to accept larger toys, or build up to anal sex.
Once all of the beads were in I switched the vibrations on, ooooh it felt really good, I love powerful vibrations so I turned it up to speed 3. The vibrations reached all those sensitive nerve endings, which felt delightful. I found it difficult to move the beads due to the length of them, leaving it stationary and with a little clitoral stimulation I had a very intense orgasm.
The Kinx Onyx Silicone Anal Beads is a nice, simple toy for some nice, simple fun. Made of silicone, latex-free, phthalate-free and waterproof, with a lovely velvety matte finish that’s very appealing to the touch, the anal beads have an overall length of 300mm – they consist of five beads, each about 20mm across, connected by very bendy, flexible links each about 16mm long, with an easy removal hoop at the end that’s sturdier than it looks and feels.
I would have preferred these anal beads to be a little bit more solid as they were just a bit too flimsy for me, but in saying that it's not at all bad. Out of all the anal sex toys I have tried so far, this is the one I will be sticking with. On a side note, I like that the silicone anal beads are black, which is so rare for female toys. They are also incredibly easy to wash which is a plus.
These fully waterproof beads are unisex for both you or your partner to enjoy in or out of the shower. The Fifty Shades of Grey Pleasure Intensified Anal Beads are black which really appealed to me as this is my favourite colour.
When asked what I’d like to review, my list included the Anovibe Vibrating Anal Beads for a very specific reason. Yes, in addition to the one you’re thinking of. My male partner loves anal stimulation but prefers slender sex toys as he finds the girth of traditional butt plugs and prostate massagers difficult to deal with. We used to have some Booty Beads (similar to the Anovibe) but sadly they eventually broke through regular use and had to be thrown away. We hoped that the Anovibe Vibrating Anal Beads would prove to be a decent and effective replacement.
As the material of the B Balls is mostly silicone (aside from the ABS plastic white slashes) they’re compatible with water based lubricant only. You can use a hybrid lube safe for use with silicone sex toys if you prefer. Water based lube is great for me personally as it dissipates over time but still provides that necessary initial glide. You do need to use lube with anal sex toys & during anal sex as this area of the body does not produce it's own natural lubricant. Some Fun Factory toy lubricant was included with the B Balls. In my opinion the Fun Factory B Balls would be suitable for both beginners to anal play and those who are more experienced. For complete beginner, being relaxed and most probably stimulating other areas sexually will help with the insertion of the B Balls. It’s a shame that no storage pouch was provided for the B Balls because it does make it difficult to store them safely. You're not supposed to store silicone products directly next to each other because the material on both can deteriorate.
Minnie reviews some more sexy products for the Cara Sutra sex blog, this time the NMC Delight Throb Anal Beads. These 11" / 22mm anal beads are silicone and produced by the Nanma manufacturing company. They retail for £6.95 and can be bought at various stores online.