After testing the best aneros prostate massagers I can get my hands on, I’ve narrowed it down to the top 15 models so you know which one works for you.
Aneros are one of the biggest and best names in prostate massage, but their product line-up can be confusing.
They all look similar and do similar things – they work your prostate so you can experience the Super-O (eventually).
So how can you choose the right one for you?
Fear not, I’ve done the research so you don’t have to. I’ve been a p-spot prospector for about 5 years already, so I know what to look for and what makes each one different.
Without further ado, here are the 15 Best Aneros Prostate Massagers.
Want to get exploring but don’t have time to read to the end? No worries, the Top 3 should have something for you.
SexualAlpha Top Pick
Helix Classic is the top choice for the majority of users. It’s the perfect size and shape for most bodies, and the angled head makes the p-spot easy to find and get to work on.
Best For Beginners
For novices, the Helix Syn Trident does everything right. It’s thin, smooth and easy to insert and remove even for the most sensitive of passageways. And it still hits the spot and moves around like you would want it to.
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Top 3 Aneros Prostate Massagers
Aneros Helix Syn Trident
Aneros Helix Classic
15 Best Aneros Prostate Massagers
The Helix Classic is, well, a classic. And for good reason.
The shaft is thin and smooth, making it easy to insert and reach the right spot. Great for newbs.
It’s firm, but there’s enough wiggle in the shaft to keep you stimulated from contractions.
Whether you like the hard plastic or find it uncomfortable takes experience to learn. Some men actually prefer ABS to any alternatives because the stiffness gives them more to work with.
Other guys find it presses too hard and gets unpleasant in extended sessions.
The best thing about the Helix Classic is the perfect contouring and angle of the shaft. It presses the head right up against your p-spot for surprisingly intense pressure and stimulation.
The Helix Classic is a good choice for beginners.
Maybe not if you’ve never had anything in your butt before, but if you’re new to prostate massage it’s a great choice.
And a lot of experienced users still swear by it despite its skinny stature. Prostate orgasms are more mental than physical, so shoving larger objects up there does NOT automatically equal more pleasure.
The Helix Syn Trident is Aneros’ most popular product, and in my opinion, it’s one of the very BEST prostate toys for beginners.
It’s got everything a novice prostate explorer could ask for.
Comfortable silicone with just the right amount of squish to make it sit comfortably? Check.
Contouring and a nice wide head that virtually assures you’ll HIT the mark? Check.
And it even moves from side to side as well as forward and back. More directions = more fun.
If you’re an adept of the anus, however, then you’ll probably find it a bit too thin and small to get you the pressure you want.
But as an introduction to the world of prostate orgasms? What a first step.
If you know you’re into prostate massage and want to take it to the next level, the Progasm should be top of your list.
It’s one of the thickest and best-shaped Aneros toys to give your p-spot some serious action.
Thinner toys will move around and glide over the p-spot sometimes. But the Progasm keeps the pressure on constantly and firmly while giving you a feeling of fullness that’s incredibly satisfying.
It’s made of hard ABS plastic, so it plays well with silicone or oil-based lubes. That means long-term play is a possibility! (Silicone or oil-based lube lasts longer and doesn’t have to be reapplied often).
The Progasm follows the Trident design, which includes the perineum and K-tabs.
The perineum arm is really good. It takes some of the pressure off when you need it, and the external contact adds a bit extra to the experience.
But the Kundalini spot thing… well, for me it didn’t work much magic. It’s supposed to send pleasure waves up and down your spine, or something, but I didn’t get much of that.
It just made it hard to sit down. It might even be a bit distracting for some, so bear that in mind when you’re shopping around.
Apart from that, the Progasm could have been the perfect prostate massager for the more experienced users. I guess we have to settle for “almost perfect”, then.
Almost exactly the same as the Syn Trident but it’s made of plastic instead of silicone.
That means firmer pressure on the prostate gland itself and you can really FEEL the movement more intensely.
That does also mean that it pokes a bit more, so it’s probably better for anuses with more training.
It goes in and out easier than the silicone model, though.
So it’s a tough choice between this and the Helix Syn Trident. If you want stronger pressure and less lube on your hands during insertion and removal, go for this.
But if your butt is more sensitive, get the silicone Syn Trident instead.
Despite the terrible name, the Progasm Jr. is actually a great toy.
It has all of the benefits of the Progasm while being more accessible to intermediates and even ambitious elementaries.
The angled head and shape of the shaft leave you feeling more FILLED than most of the other Aneros toys, while still being thin and accessible enough for amateur anuses. (ani? no, that’s Latin or something. whatever).
You’ll love the Progasm Jr. if you want something to bridge the gap between the skinny MGX trident and more filling toys.
It’s amazing what a difference 0.2 inches makes.
The MGX Trident has a thinner tip than the Helix designs, which means it’s more of a pinpoint sensation on your p-spot than a broad pressure.
If you’re sitting still that can get a bit pokey after a while.
BUT if you’re contracting your kegel muscles, walking around, or having sex, the rotational movement is divine.
It feels more like a finger playing with you rather than just having a toy inside and stationary.
And the K-tab here actually seems to do something! Maybe because the arm is thinner and it moves around more, I can’t be sure. It doesn’t send me into a yogic trance, but it’s not bad at all.
And the double arms seem to help keep the toy SECURE so most of the movement is transferred into the shaft.
If you like movement more than pressure, go for the MGX.
To get the most out of any prostate toy you gotta practice those pelvic floor exercises.
In that regard, the MGX classic is one of the most rewarding when you practice with it in.
The thin neck means it rotates and moves around more than most Aneros toys. And the more you practice the more it will MOVE, so you can feel the difference your efforts make very directly.
The MGX Classic is basically the same as the MGX Trident except there’s no Kundalini spot tab. That means the outside wiggles around more than the MGX Trident.
A bit less security, but more perineum stimulation.
Novices will like the Eupho Syn Trident because it’s thin, easy to insert, and doesn’t feel very invasive.
Experienced users will like it because kegel movements make it move around like crazy, and you can develop fine control like NO other toy can manage.
And couples will like it because it doesn’t restrict movement while still keeping the pressure on the guy’s prostate, so stronger erections and orgasms.
Basically, it’s good for everyone.
You get all of the benefits of the Eupho Syn Trident again but made of plastic instead of silicone.
So you know the drill by now. Harder pressure, less flexible mobility.
It still moves more than enough for most users, so unless you want it to dance across your prostate like Fred Astaire the plastic will be fine.
It might be easy to think that male butt stuff is all about the prostate and that the rest isn’t particularly enjoyable.
But there’s more to enjoying that space than one gland, and the MGX Syn Trident remembers that.
The ribs on the shaft stimulate the sphincter on insertion and when it’s moving around, just enough to remind you that the WHOLE of the anus can be enjoyed.
It’s still very good at hitting the prostate, don’t get me wrong. I like that it does both.
Some guys like the feeling of something bigger inside when they go invading the Holey Land.
If that sounds good to you, may I suggest the Aneros Maximus. Insert Gladiator reference here. And by here I mean… never mind.
Maximus is nice and thick to fill you up, while still having that smaller rounded tip to precisely target and roll over the p-spot.
That makes it different from the Progasm, which is more of a full-on pressure.
Maximus moves around MORE than Progasm, and it has a cooler name. So it’s great.
The Vice 2 has 18 vibration patterns and 4 different speeds, which is more than you’re ever going to use frankly.
Still, it’s nice to be able to accurately choose exactly the stimulation you want.
The power in Vice 2 is no joke, either.
If anything, it can be too intense at higher speeds and lead to overstimulation. So be careful and don’t make the mistake of going for maximum power right away.
The head is angled to press right up against the p-spot, so the vibrations feel AMPLIFIED to a crazy degree.
If you prefer the slower build-up and more relaxed feeling of gentle movements and pressure, then the Vice 2 is overkill.
But if you want that extra intensity you get from targeted vibration, Vice 2 is the toy to get.
The DeVice is the Vice 2 without the vibrating function. It’s the same filling, thick shaft that moves and stimulates as you move around.
And it’s coated in silicone, making it softer and a little more forgiving than the Maximus or the Progasm.
So while it’s bigger than either of those, it compresses a bit making it better for going about daily activities.
It doesn’t have the perineum or Kundalini arms either, so you can sit down much more comfortably on it.
If you want something that goes in and out hands-free, check this innovative little toy out.
Actually two toys. There are 2 in each pack, one shorter and stubbier than the other.
Once you insert them, your rectum tries to push them out automatically, but the double bulbs PREVENT them from escaping.
That means it keeps moving and triggers a peristaltic response.
I’m not sure what that is, but it feels like involuntary spasming. Which is fantastic.
AND it’s just $20, which is a steal.
The Tempo is like the Peridise, in that it uses the peristaltic function to cause involuntary spasms that feel great.
Where it differs, though, is the material. The Peridise is made of plastic, which is fine. Nothing wrong with ABS plastic.
But the Tempo is made of quality stainless steel, which is weighty and feels even harder.
The weight makes a big difference in the sensation. It’s impossible to ignore the movement of the Tempo sliding forwards and back in a powerful thrusting motion.
Just make sure you’re not allergic to nickel. If you don’t know already, TEST it first. Cause finding out you’re allergic to nickel through your butthole is about the worst way imaginable!
How To Choose The Best Aneros Prostate Toys
It’s important for your Aneros to be long enough that it reaches your prostate, but not so long that it starts poking places where it shouldn’t.
Most Aneros massagers are between 3.5 and 4.5 inches long, which is perfect for almost every man.
But it’s width that makes the biggest difference.
If you’re new to prostate massage you should always start small. Your anus needs training to be able to take bigger sizes, so work your way up gradually.
You don’t wanna dive in at the thick end and buy a toy that won’t fit without tearing you up!
You’ve got two main choices – ABS plastic, and silicone.
- Is firm and quite stiff, doesn’t bend or flex much
- Gets slippery smooth when lubed up
- Body-safe; doesn’t hold any odor
- Doesn’t compress when squeezed
On the other hand, silicone:
- Is softer and more flexible, often more comfortable to wear
- Feels more velvety when lubed up, holds lube better for longer
- Body-safe; can hold some odor after many uses
- Compresses a little when squeezed
The Tempo is made of stainless steel, which is another solid choice. It’s tougher, heavier, and colder than plastic. There’s no flexibility at all, and it tends to be pretty expensive.
How To Use Aneros Toys
If you’re new to exploring your prostate, then do your research.
There’s a lot to remember and a lot to learn about having a proper, satisfying prostate orgasm and going beyond towards the super-O.
I’m going to give you the oversimplified version now so you know what the process looks like:
- You get the lube (Sliquid Sassy is my go-to) and prostate massager: Lube is not optional here.
- Prepare yourself for the process: take a shower, lie down for a bit, do whatever you normally do to relax and prepare. Everyone develops their own routine.
- Get yourself turned on: Touch yourself but try to AVOID your penis. You’re looking for different sensations and you don’t want dickstractions. Watch porn if you want, touch other erogenous zones and get fantasizing, etc.
- Get lubed up: It’s good to start with a finger or smaller butt plug if you have one.
- Lube the Aneros massager, ensure it’s on the right side, and slowly push it in. It will probably feel uncomfortable at first, but it should not be painful.
- Take it slooowly till you get past two external anal sphincter muscles. Once Aneros massager is fully in, relax.
- Based on the Aneros massager: Either you will need to contract your pelvic floor muscles to feel the sensations… or if it vibrates, you can sit back and enjoy.
- The combination of contractions (pressing the toy against P-spot) and vibrations will eventually lead to prostate orgasm.
Hopefully, you can sort through the differences in their massagers better and make an informed choice now.
Time to explore the back door to pleasure!