This guide uncovers the best prostate massager sex toys that will lead you to conquer that elusive prostate orgasm once and for all!
Achieving prostate orgasms is not as elusive as it seems (with the right toy and guidance).
In this article, I’ll share 10 of the best prostate massagers based on my 3+ years of testing different brands and models, 20 hours of research, and talking to fellow P-spot enthusiasts.
I personally tested each product on this list (some are still in my ARSE-nal), so you’ll be able to choose one that increases your chances of successful super Os hands-free.
But if you’re short on time, here are my TOP THREE PICKS:
SexualAlpha Top Pick
Nexus Revo Stealth is the #1 prostate massager that has worked for most guys (me included) to bring that mythical PO. It offers some vibrations plus ribbed exteriors. But the magic lies in its rotating head that simulates the motion of a finger pressing on your prostate without you doing any work – more pleasure, less work.
Most Powerful, Luxury Feel
If powerful vibrations are more your prostate’s thing, get Lelo Hugo. It’s an aggressively shaped massager that hits most men’s prostate unless you have a really far and deep P-spot. If you’ve tried others, this should do the trick. Plus, it comes with a motion-controlled remote that you can simply tilt and shake to control the vibrations – FUN!
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Top Prostate Toys In 2022
Nexus Revo Stealth
Lovense Edge 2
Nexus Revo Stealth is hands-down our #1 prostate massager pick. Its remote-controlled internal rotations+external vibrations combo gives most men POs the first time. Or multiple times.
Unlike other massagers on the market, Stealth has a rotating insertable head that ups your chances of hitting the oh-so-elusive P-spot just right. (*First-time P-orgasm, I see you.*)
Its two-speed bidirectional rotation feature means that it’s as close to having a REAL FINGER circling the prostate as it gets. Pair that with the ribbed perineal stimulator that vibrates up to 6 levels… BOOM!
Yeah, it’s a bit pricey – around $225 now. But for the experiences it’s given me, I’d be willing to pay twice as much.
Stealth is on the girthier side. It fills me even before I hit the power button. I feel strong, persistent sensations every time I use it that I don’t have to rub my D to get off.
Oh, and it’s made of silicone like our other two top products. So, make sure only to use water-based lube when you use it.
What I Like Most…
The 10-hour max use time after one full charge is INSANE! I was able to use mine 5-6x before recharging (and that’s saying something).
PLUS, it has a rechargeable remote that I can control up to 15 meters away. Aside from the power button, you see rotation and vibration buttons that you can control separately.
Hold down the remote’s ‘rotation’ button for a couple of secs. This turns the rotation off while keeping the vibrations going. Or hold down the ‘vibration’ button to keep only the rotations.
You can experiment with either sensation or both. See what works for you.
If vibrations hit the spot, and you want more. You might want to consider Lelo Hugo (much more on that next). But for most guys, it’s the mix of rotations and vibrations that work.
The Only Downside Is…
The rotating head. Many users claim it gives in after a few months. But so far, mine’s been holding up pretty well – 10 months and counting as of this writing.
Just in case yours breaks down, take advantage of the 1-year warranty. Use it A LOT, so you can get a replacement right away when something happens.
But if you’ve passed the 1-year mark, and your Stealth gives up. Worry not.
Ninja Dainis to the rescue! (Or shall I say DIY ninjas of Reddit.) Here’s the step-by-step guaranteed fix. *You’re welcome.*
If you’ve figured out that vibrations work best at hitting your P-spot, Lelo Hugo is for you.
Yes, it doesn’t have Stealth’s rotating head. But it’s a well-built massager that offers persistent, powerful vibrations to give most P owners the ecstatic O.
Cheaper massagers would die down if your anal sphincters start resisting the push when you’re not relaxed enough. BUT NOT my good friend HUGO.
For $219, you get an aggressively shaped massager with a bulbous head that hits most men’s prostate. So, if you’ve tried other massagers, this should hit it.
Unless your prostate is really far deep or you have a unique anatomy. But still, this works for most.
What I Like Most…
Hugo’s patented SenseMotion technology remote control is a stand-out. It vibrates at the same speed and rhythm as the device. AND it even remembers the last pattern you used.
It takes some getting used to, for sure. But once you (and your partner) get the hang of it, there’s no going back!
Press the middle button and turn on SenseMotion mode, and you get more than just its six pre-set vibrations.
Turn on Mode 1 to tilt the remote for different vibration intensities – FUN! Turn on Mode 2 and shake the remote like you’re giving a handjob for stronger vibrations – MORE FUN (albeit tiring)!
Want more fun? Put the remote in your partner’s underwear so you can both feel ‘em juicy vibrations. (*All fair’s in love and war.*)
The remote tends to make more noise than the P massager. While it makes foreplay and sex more exciting, it might put you off.
And Hugo can slip out when you’re constantly moving around. Solutions? Find a comfortable position that keeps it in place.
You can sit down or lie down while clenching your legs. OR you can wear a jockstrap or crotchless male thong if your doctor says no-no to clenching.
Edge 2 is the prostate massager I recommend for guys who suspect they have a bit more unique anatomy down there.
If manual massagers that work for most guys didn’t work for you, this might do it. And it’s a bit on the cheaper end of the anal toy spectrum.
You can get one at Lovense for $119 (now at a discount price of $99) with a 1-year warranty.
Unlike most dual-motor massagers, Edge 2 has an adjustable arm design that fits your unique anal contours down to a T and hits the spot.
Its new design has a narrower head and longer insertable length for easier insertion. PLUS, it has a larger bulb above the thinner neck for a more secure fit.
You don’t have to worry about it slipping out or adjusting it many times when you move around. (Public play, anyone?)
It’s an app-enabled device (NO REMOTES here, sir!), meaning you can control it using your PC or smartphone via Bluetooth or the Internet – perfect for long-distance play.
What I Like Most…
The Edge comes to life once you use the Lovense Remote app. You can access a range of pre-set patterns and patterns other users have created.
You can also customize the speed and vibration to your preferences on either or both vibrating arms.
If you and your partner have other Lovense products in your toybox, you can control them together via the app. You can even sync sensations between devices if you live miles apart.
Just send a “connect” message to them, and you’re all set! It’s as close to being physically intimate with your partner as it gets.
The Only Downside Is…
If you have a slow to zero net connection, you can’t make the most of this toy. Most of its functionality goes down the drain without online connectivity.
Yes, you can still use it manually. BUT you only get ten simultaneous prostate and perineum vibrations. You have to cycle through all the settings to get the right vibration.
NOT the separate P-P patterns that you can customize with the app with just a swipe of a finger.
We-Vibe Vector is the versatile prostate massager we all need. You can use its handy wireless remote control for that sit-back-and-relax kind of prostate massage experience.
OR you can sync it via the We-Connect app for more customized and intense prostate to perineum vibrations.
You can even sync the vibrations to your favorite music (*cue Marvin Gaye’s Let’s Get It On*).
Unlike some P massagers that fall between the C and L shapes, the Vector is C-shaped with a flared base tip that sits perfectly on your perineum. Plus an adjustable head, so you find the RIGHT P-spot angle. 😉
If you own a Lelo Bruno or Hugo, the Vector’s a bit smaller. It has a narrow girth, so inserting it is a little easier than most P devices.
So, yeah. It’s perfect for anyone, regardless of experience. But it’s ideal and more affordable ($139 to be exact) for guys new to prostate stimulation.
What I Like Most…
The Vector’s pressure and vibrations in and out surprised me. They mesh pretty well and felt relaxing. These were what my prostate needed to hit that intense full-body O.
While you can customize patterns on either end, the pre-set pulsations gave me pleasurable alternating sensations. It kinda felt like the two ends were hugging and massaging my prostate.
Most massagers focus on overall sensations, but the Vector hits the perfect balance. Heck, you can even use it without the remote or app. But where’s the fun in that?
The Only Downside Is…
The We-Connect app is fun, but it’s kinda a hit-or-miss for some users. Not as solid as Lovense’s app. It disconnects. Some say it’s inconsistent.
I did experience a few hiccups. I tried to set the intensity level on the app, and the device didn’t seem to follow through. I then realized that I needed to recharge my Vector. (Dang! Sorry, I just got too excited.)
I learned that the app disconnects if your device is running low on battery. So, before you swear to the gods of pleasure, check the battery indicator on the app’s top-left corner.
Okay, so why does this weird metal piece get raving recommendations across the board?
Because it simply works:
- It’s ergonomic — you don’t need to arch your hands and wrists in very weird positions.
- It’s heavy — it’s 1kg of medical grade stainless steel. This means you can manipulate it with a light press of a finger and get the desired pressure.
- Since it’s stainless steel, you can use silicone lube with it and forget about the need for continuous lubrication. Easy to clean and maintain!
- It will work for everyone . The two-sized heads, the length ensure that no matter how deep your P-spot is, you will be able to hit it. If you get the big head in, it will ensure that you don’t even need to be precise — it will hit the spot!
And finally, you can use it with your wifey.
Pure Wand is the most popular sex toy that has given most women their FIRST squirting G-spot orgasm.
It’s pricey, but it will last for the lifetime and the only regret I have is — that I didn’t get it earlier.
The only downside is that nJoy wand doesn’t come with the instruction manual…
Some tips for using the Pure Wand:
- Warm-up with the smaller end, but the real fireworks start once you move up to the larger end. All I can say is — Man up and do it! You’ll thank me later. Move slowly, gently back and forth. Use lots of lube and you’ll get there.
- Lay on your stomach (the wedge is handy here). Keep the other end of the wand between your legs to make it a hands-free experience. The wand’s own weight will keep the ball pressed against your prostate. Then relax and wait for things to happen…
- First, insert the wand laying on the side (fetal position). Then manipulate the wand with 1–2 fingers pressing very lightly. If you inserted the large end you’ll find the big ball will hit the P-spot easily. Use the wand’s weight to your advantage.
Final warning: Don’t get the wand on Amazon. You’ll find the cheapest price there, but you may need to get used to knockoff versions.
LoveHoney is reliable and has a 30-day return policy (just in case).
With this product, you’ll get safe material (silicone) and remote control. The vibrator has 8 modes with 12 intensity levels.
You’ll get 60 minutes of play and USB rechargeable cord. Nexus Revo’s shape is similar, but don’t make a mistake.
You CANNOT get the same results from 3–4x cheaper toys.
If you’re on the fence, this is a good enough option to dabble with and get some promising results. It feels good.
The upside with cheap models is that you can buy 4–5 models and learn what you like…and maybe some toy sticks and does magic.
But I do not recommend it, chances are MUCH higher with proven models.
“But Dainis… I cannot afford to shell out $100–$200 for a prostate massager…”
Don’t expect too much…BUT:
In that case, you need to go for cheap Aneros knockoffs…and a cheap vibrating prostate massager…
And you will need to spend more time to learn how to manipulate these things.
The good thing is that even if you don’t get multiple orgasms, using prostate device you’ll get ENHANCED PENILE ORGASM either way!
Which is actually my recommendation for how you approach prostate play.
Most guys achieve their first PO on average within 1 year.
If there’s so much failed tries why do guys do it?
Because, in the end, there is always mini-reward when you do stroke your penis.
You’ll shoot ropes of semen and orgasm will last longer, be more intense than usual.
When shopping for a cheap vibrating prostate massager look for non-porous silicone sex toys. You don’t want to get bad reactions because of shitty material. Sex toy industry is highly unregulated, so you’ll find lots of bad quality, toxic sex toys on Amazon.
The head of this baby is 1″ girth, which makes it a fun toy to walk around with…or just warm up with.
It’s a cheaper version from njoy Pure Plug (since it’s glass) and can be tons of fun.
Do you know what a butt plug will give you that Pure Wand & vibrating massager won’t?
The answer: a hands-free prostate stimulation during intercourse 😉
Pipedream Icicles, in general, are cool and cheap.
You must be careful with Doc Johnson as many toys they make are non-body safe.
However, on the Shevibe shop you’ll find only body-safe toys and this silicone plug is handy.
- The small model is 3″ long, 1″ wide for $16.
- Medium is 3.5″ long, 1″ wide.
- Large is 5.5″ long, 1.5″ wide.
If you know your P-spot location, you can hit it great with this plug and walk around with it.
Booty Buddy is a small angled butt plug that will be easy to get for newbies. It makes a good anal training toy while hitting the P-spot very well.
Tons of raving reviews for this one.
This seems to be a cheap alternative to Aneros Vice.
It is powered with AAA battery, made from silicone…
Length and girth are similar to Vice prostate massager, but there is one more ripple added.
You Get What You Pay For: The Best Toys Cost Money
I want to stress this point too.
A good prostate massager (like in our Lovense Edge review) is especially important when you’re a beginner.
Experienced men can achieve prostate orgasm without any toys. They masturbate with perineum (taint) motion, nipple stimulation, and right breathing.
They couldn’t care less about the prostate vibrator.
But it took them YEARS to get there.
As a beginner…
The one who has never broken the glass ceiling to the bliss…
You need all the best sex toys to increase your chances of success.
The good sex toys I will recommend (there are three of them) cost money.
One cost in $100 range, other costs $100–$200 range, third one…even more.
I’ll give recommendations to cheap knockoff massagers you can start with.
But don’t expect mind-blowing prostate massage from them. Expect enhanced penile orgasm.
Which is cool.
A thing you shove up your ass is rarely ever in the budget.
I get it.
Don’t get one if it’s going to hurt you financially.
Wait instead until you have some disposable income to burn.
Fool around with cheap prostate massagers (without high expectations). But know that a proper prostate toy is a must for successful prostate play.
The 4 Types
In total, there here are four different varieties of massagers:
- #1 — Manual Prostate Massagers
- #2 — Prostate Vibrators
- #3 —Remote Control (Hands-free)
- #4 —“Come Hither” or Rotation Motion
There are pros and cons of each and you should know them before we go to individual prostate massager review.
#1 — Manual Prostate Massagers
These are massagers that don’t have any motor, electronics with it.
The great thing is that they are a lot less likely to break. Life-span can be very long, especially if you buy the #1 recommendation I suggest.
That thing will NEVER BREAK.
Also Aneros, for example, gives LIFETIME guarantee for their prostate massagers.
The downside is that it’s not gonna be a hands-free experience. Though you can always attach it to a fucking machine. But that’s $400 extra).
You can get cheap Aneros Helix Syn knockoffs. Or even affordable curved glass dildo that will give you SOME sensations.
This is what most people settle with because of the cheap price.
It’s okay, it’s still a good testing ground.
#2 — Prostate Vibrators
These are hard plastic or silicone prostate vibrators. They allow switching between different vibration modes.
Many people buy cheap vibrating prostate toys on Amazon and again wonder why it doesn’t do a lot to them.
It’s fun to play around a bit but won’t do much unless you invest in a good rumbling motor (which costs).
#3 — Remote Control
Navigating the buttons while this thing is up to your ass is tough. It gets difficult if you don’t have a willing partner to help out.
Remote control comes to the rescue.
With a good vibrating prostate massager, you can relax. Simply take the position and focus on sensations.
Now, we’re getting closer to increasing your chances of discovering that Super-O.
Many newbies have succeeded with good prostate toys like these…
#4 — “Come Hither” Or Rotation Motion
After reading hundreds and hundreds of reviews and forum entries…
I discovered that the anal plug with a moving tip gave the most success to the beginners.
Some succeeded with manual stimulation.
Some succeeded with vibrations.
But most successes came from a vibrating prostate massager with specific movement motion. It had this motion, that imitates the finger pressing against the prostate. Come hither motion.
These are the MOST EXPENSIVE and most likely to BREAK sex toys.
There are usually dual motors involved and that rotation, movement motion tends to break after a while.
It can be 3 months, 6 months, 2 years, but they WILL BREAK.
Only a matter of time.
It’s the same as with the car.
You don’t expect the car to run forever without repair, maintenance.
The silver lining?
Usually, these toys come with a 1-year warranty.
Which means if you plunk down that kind of money…
You better use it OFTEN!
Make sure it breaks within the 1 year and you get the new model or can ask to return the money.
Oh, and also there are some ninja DIY guys who know how to fix the most common breakage. So you can also get it fixed if the warranty expires.
How To Massage Prostate?
To massage your prostate make sure you’re aroused first. This will intensify the whole experience It’s crucial that you’re relaxed. Make sure nobody and nothing can interrupt you.
Ideally you would play 2-3 hours for prostate play. If you’re doing it for the first time, don’t expect magic. Prostate massage is a learned skill. It will take time.
How To Give A Prostate Massage?
To give a prostate massage it might be easier if you have a partner to help you out. Logistics with anal play get a bit challenging. A willing partner helps you to stay relaxed and focus on the experience.
Make sure you give lots of feedback to the partner. Both men and women can benefit from breaking social stigmas. It can be a truly bonding experience.
It takes time to find what massaging way gives the best feeling. It takes time to find your favorite sex toy design that works.
How Often Should You Massage Your Prostate?
There is no right or wrong answer but massaging your prostate often shouldn’t hurt. Getting that big prostate massager inside though is no small feat. It takes time especially the first time.
Give it a few days’ breaks. You can practice with a butt plug for long wear to make the whole anal play more pleasurable. Listen to your body. This is the best advice.
Bringing It All Together
We’re done with the toy part…
So I hope you’ll be able to get either:
- Njoy Pure Wand for manual stimulation + silicone lube
- …or Nexus Revo Stealth for hands-free almost guaranteed PO + proper water-based lube.
That’s when you’ll cover 1/3 of the keys that are required to reach PO’s and Super-O’s.
You might be natural and reach your PO by fooling around with these. But chances are you need to work on the other 2 ingredients.
- #1 — The proper prostate toy + lube = covered
- #2 — The right arousal = still to go.
- #3 — The right process (together with right expectations) = still to go.
Since you read till the end, I want to reward you…
That’s it, folks!
Keep in mind, it takes time and rewiring of the brain to succeed with prostate massage. It’s not hit/go like with ordinary ejaculation.
This is a new journey…
But the pleasure you get is out of this world…
If you’re new to anal play, know that you might benefit a lot from a good butt plug.
It will help with a warmup and stretching.