Discover once and for all which is the best Tenga egg, plus how each pack and eggs differ from each other in this complete review guide (2021 update).
I remember about a decade ago when I had my first Tenga eggs-perience. I received the six-color package as an Easter gift from a friend. (Geez, man! More eggs?)
When I cracked open the first one and used it, I didn’t expect to be treated to a pleasant surprise – one that I’d be coming back one egg after another.
Life was simpler back then. I had to only choose from six different textures or get the entire pack whenever I had to re-order.
Fast forward to today, life got hard. And choosing a Tenga Egg from two dozens of varying textures got HARDER. Where do you even begin?
Don’t fret. We’re here to help you sort through the cracks, so you can better decide which ones to get.
But if you’re scrambling for time, here’s what I recommend:
Buy a 6-pack rather than an individual egg, so you get more chances of finding a texture that you like.
If you’re new to these eggs or male sex toys in general, you can’t go wrong with the Classic Easy Beat Tenga Egg Pack or the New Standard Tenga Egg Pack. They’re softer and stretchier, offering a more comfortable experience for noobs and experienced users alike.
The Classic started it all and is the most comfortable of the three, while the New Standard is like the Classic with more nubs, ridges, and new patterns for the most variety and different sensations.
However, if you prefer stronger sensations to get off, get the Hard-Boiled Tenga Egg Pack. Eggs from this pack have internal textures made of harder gel material to give you the most intense stimulation.
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Tenga Egg Packs in 2021
OG Easy Beat
Tenga Egg Pack
Price: $39/pack Measurements (DxWxH): 4.92”x6.89”x2.95”
Weight: 0.72 lbs.
Sleeve material: TPE
Pack includes: Wavy, Clicker, Spider, Twister, Stepper, and Silky (6 eggs)
Tenga Egg Pack
Price: $39/pack Measurements (DxWxH): 4.92”x6.89”x2.95”
Weight: 0.72 lbs.
Sleeve material: TPE
Pack includes: Wavy II, Boxy, Brush, Tornado, Sphere, and Silky II (6 eggs)
Tenga Egg Pack
Price: $39/pack Measurements (DxWxH): 4.92”x6.89”x2.95”
Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Sleeve material: TPE
Pack includes: Thunder, Crater, Misty, Cloudy,
Shiny, Surfer (6 eggs)
OG Easy Beat Tenga Egg Pack
Most comfortable, softest feel
Price: $39/pack; $6.50/piece | Material: Stretchable, disposable TPE | Egg measurements: 1.93” D x 1.93” W x 2.40” H | Insertion length: Stretches up to 7.80” | Insertion width: Stretches up to 2.40” | Included in pack: Wavy, Clicker, Spider, Twister, Stepper, and Silky
Meet the OG: the Classic Easy Beat Tenga Egg Pack that started it all.
I got to try all 6 eggs included in this pack earlier than most folks, thanks to my friend’s surprise gift. To this day, I still buy the OG pack from time to time and add it to my solo and partnered play routines.
I even carry a couple of eggs with me when I travel because of their stashable size (BONUS!). Each egg offers different interior designs that give unique sensations to take your masturbation experience from MEH to eggs-plosive levels!
Unlike most male masturbators, they’re not encased in hard material. That means you can vary the pressure and sensations using only your hands (much more on that later).
The folks from Tenga used a SOFTER and STRETCHIER gel material that can completely cover a 500 ml bottle. So, yes! It can fit most penis sizes (if that worries you).
Plus, you’re getting less defined bumps and lumps for that overall COMFORTABLE FEEL.
This pack is worth trying if you (or your partner) have zero to limited sex toy experience. Even experienced pleasure seekers can get this pack to try various new sensations for a low price.
For this pack, you’ll get:
- Tenga Egg Wavy
- Tenga Egg Clicker
- Tenga Egg Spider
- Tenga Egg Twister
- Tenga Egg Stepper
- Tenga Egg Silky
Tenga Egg Wavy
As the name and detailing of the packaging imply, Wavy offers soft, multi-layered horizontal wavy ribs for that continuous pleasurable experience.
However, the packaging’s smaller, compact graphical waves are different from the inner wavy lines and textures that feel like real lips.
The sensations can quickly transform from soft, sensual BJ-like to more intense, depending on how you move the sleeve on your shaft.
Put the sleeve in, and you get that full, surrounded feeling kinda like being taken by mouth. Add some twisting motion, and you’ll feel gentle flutters and trails as close to some real tongue action.
With some serious grip? The sensations build up and take you to the place of no return fast! But if you’re after a more subtle, BJ-like feeling, you can just use your fingertips or go light on the grip.
Tenga Egg Clicker
Like the Wavy, you’re getting larger and fewer nubs on the inside (some forming hexagonal clusters) vs. the packaging’s small graphical circles.
I think this was the second egg I tried from my first OG pack. Honestly, Clicker was not doing anything for me at first use. But when I bought my second pack, I discovered something…
Focus on Clicker’s cluster of nubs by applying gentle pressure on the surrounding area (frenulum) just below the penis head. Use a simple up-down finger push movement with your fingers moving in various vertical and orbital directions.
It felt freakin’ sensual, kinda like four tongue tips (or women *wink*) working my tip. If your penis head is extra sensitive to stimulation (like if you’re uncut), this one is for you.
Tenga Egg Spider
I was not so keen on using this egg because, duh, I despise spiders. Just hearing the word “spider” even sends shivers down my spine (eek, there goes the hard-on). Thank god it didn’t have spiders.
But I do get the not-so-sexual naming because of the inner spiderweb-like texture. Once inside, you’ll feel a combination of vertical and horizontal raised ribbings.
For you, that means you’ll get pleasurable multi-directional sensations no matter how you stroke, stretch, twist, or twirl your Spider.
It’s not as intense as Wavy or Twister, but it still gets me off every time I use it, just slower.
Tenga Egg Twister
The Twister features swirl patterns that run lengthwise as opposed to Wavy’s design. Move the sleeve up and down, and you get some good ol’ squeezin’ action.
But the Twister comes to life when you twist and rotate it on your shaft, as its name suggests. It’s an entirely new sensation that’s far from the same-ol’-same-ol’ stroking/BJ/sex-like action.
The sleeve rotates around you and hits different spots in varying order. You’ll feel tingling sensations that work from the tip of your penis to the base of your shaft.
Woah! Then, you’d be surprised at how it once again hits all the right spots, whether you’re moving it sideways or downwards. I enjoyed the sensations the first time and got off fast.
Tenga Egg Stepper
The Stepper has shell-shaped, curved ridges on the inside, which are very different from the small triangles you see on the packaging.
Push the sleeve with your fingers downward and use your fingertips to massage your penis tip. You’ll then feel subtle, tickling sensations that are far from your typical wank.
Stroking the Stepper gives less intense bi-directional sensations but with more variation.
Unlike the other OG eggs that require a light touch to feel their unique textures, Stepper gives more variety when you change the pressure or grip around it.
Tenga Egg Silky
Don’t let Silky’s delicate spun silk-line pattern fool you. Compared to other eggs in the pack, this is the only one I’ve tried that’s as close to vaginal sex as possible.
The twined vertical lines provide sustained uniform sensations as you move the sleeve up and down with your fingertips.
Silky has a smoother lined texture compared to other more detailed eggs from the pack. That means you have to allow the texture to do its magic work for you.
Simply put, avoid gripping it tightly while you’re stroking it up and down. Don’t twist or rotate it if you don’t want to go from oh-yeah-that’s-so-good to meh-what-was-I-thinking kind of wanking.
New Standard Tenga Egg Pack
Most variety, different sensations
Price: $39/pack; $6.50/piece | Material: Stretchable, disposable TPE | Egg measurements: 1.93” D x 1.93” W x 2.40” H | Insertion length: Stretches up to 7.80” | Insertion width: Stretches up to 2.40” | Included in pack: Wavy II, Boxy, Brush, Tornado, Sphere, and Silky II
Take the 6 OG egg designs from the Classic pack and season ‘em with Tenga’s top-secret sugar, spice, and everything nice.
The result? The New Standard Tenga Egg Pack!
The folks at Tenga decided to keep some awesome features from the OG eggs and added SOME MORE, so users can experience more different sensations from different yolks.
You get a variety of incredible patterns, nubs, ribs, and waves for another round of Os.
Like the OG pack, you’re getting 6 different eggs with a softer and stretchier gel material for that overall COMFORTABLE FEEL. That means they’re still great for new and experienced pleasure seekers alike.
Unfortunately, the New Standard Pack is only available in Asia and the US (sucks, I know).
I wasn’t able to get my hands on these eggs fast. I had to bribe my good ol’ friend (yup, the same friend) to bring home ‘em new eggs.
And here’s what I got inside the pack:
- Tenga Egg Wavy II
- Tenga Egg Boxy
- Tenga Egg Brush
- Tenga Egg Tornado
- Tenga Egg Sphere
- Tenga Egg Silky II
Tenga Egg Wavy II
Remember those soft, overlapping ribs from the first Wavy that gave us continuous Os?
Wavy II has these same textured horizontal ribs, but now it comes with vertical ribs too for double the sensations.
You get the OG Wavy’s BJ-like sensations, just more intense. It’s kinda like getting a quick blow from the girl of your dreams. And who doesn’t like that? (*wink*)
Each stroke of the sleeve gives wave after wave of intense pleasure (now, I get why they didn’t change the name). It did remind me of my first classic Tenga experience and why I love these eggs.
Tenga Egg Boxy
Like the graphical squares on the packaging, you’ll feel box-like shapes from inside the egg angled in two ways.
That means you’re getting pleasure from opposite directions.
I was surprised to feel these pleasurable sensations from Boxy’s texture as I slid the sleeve up and down my shaft.
Try stroking the sleeve in slow-rotating motion from the tip to the base of your penis, and you’ll explode FASTER than usual!
Tenga Egg Brush
As the name so obviously implies, you’re getting small, brush-like textures inside the sleeve.
The textured nodules did hit all my sweet spots.
If you have an extra-sensitive penis tip, work the sleeve on the surrounding area below the penis head.
Move your fingertips up and down in clockwise and counterclockwise directions, and off you go to pleasure heaven.
Tenga Egg Tornado
You’ll feel detailed vertical nubs spiral throughout the Tornado’s insides. The Tornado is my go-to sleeve if I want to get on an exciting spin of pleasure.
You’ll feel its spiraled nubs twisting on you as you stroke the sleeve up and down. So, you should take your time with this one.
If you want more intense sensations, try the twist and rotate technique mentioned above for the OG Twister egg.
It’s a whole new sensation that builds you up good and gives you an intense O. I always bring the Tornado with me when I travel. Use it once, and you’ll start missing it for sure.
Tenga Egg Sphere
The Sphere’s texture kinda reminds me of tiny electrical coils that encircle the egg’s insides. If you use a soft grip and focus on certain parts of your penis, it can be a good tickler.
But with basic stroking, Sphere by far gives me the most out-of-this-world intense feel out of all the eggs from the pack.
If you’re already feeling extra horny, the thicker textures will get you off fast. But honestly, I like a casual wank. And this was just too intense for my peen’s liking.
Tenga Egg Silky II
The inside pattern of Silky II reminds me of a rubber band ball vs. the spun silk-like pattern of the OG Silky.
While I enjoyed Silky’s delicate, uniform pattern that gives continuous pleasurable sensations, I was underwhelmed by Silky II.
I was expecting more of that just-sit-down-relax-and-feel-good vibe Silky is known for, but nah. It’s too boring compared to the other textures from this pack.
Hard-Boiled Tenga Egg Pack
Most intense, strongest sensations
Price: $39/pack; $6.50/piece | Material: Stretchable, disposable TPE | Egg measurements: 1.93” D x 1.93” W x 2.40” H | Insertion length: Stretches up to 7.80” | Insertion width: Stretches up to 2.40” | Included in pack: Thunder, Crater, Misty, Cloudy, Shiny, and Surfer
If you’ve made it this far, congrats! You’ve just graduated from average wanker to intermediate eggs-plorer.
The Hard-Boiled Tenga Egg Pack is definitely not for penis-owning noobs and users with limited male sex toy experience. PLUS users who are more sensitive down there.
But if you’re looking for the strongest sensations from your Tenga eggs, then you’re in the right place.
Unlike the Classic and New Standard packs, the Hard-Boiled Pack has eggs made of a thicker gel material and lotion, so you get the most intense solo play experience.
And yeah, they’re much tougher like hard-boiled eggs (duh!). But they don’t give as much stretch as the eggs from the other two packs. So, make sure that you don’t overstretch them.
Inside the pack, you’ll get:
- Tenga Egg Thunder
- Tenga Egg Crater
- Tenga Egg Misty
- Tenga Egg Cloudy
- Tenga Egg Shiny
- Tenga Egg Surfer
Tenga Egg Thunder
Thunder’s pattern (unsurprisingly) resembles thick lightning bolts that surround the entire egg’s inner texture.
These thick ribs can be a bit aggressive for y’all extra-sensitive folks, but if you like that extra stimulation, you might want to give this a try.
While stroking Thunder on my shaft using the twisting technique, it did feel pleasurable. But I felt its unique texture more when I focused on my glans and frenulum.
Tenga Egg Crater
I was excited to use Crater when I saw the soccer balls on its packaging. But inside the sleeve, you’ll find numerous craters that look like the Moon (hence the name) instead of tiny soccer balls (dang!).
Now stroke the sleeve in slow motion, and you’ll feel rhythmic sucking sensations from the tip to the base of your penis.
Using this sleeve is a great way to edge and build your orgasm. You can even add more to the excitement by using it during partnered play.
Tenga Egg Misty
Don’t let Misty’s tiny dotted packaging design fool you. Inside the egg, you’ll find several small pointed bumps that can look pretty scary.
But these unusual bumps add to the texture’s mystery. Once you lube up and take Misty for a shallow spin, you’ll feel amazing toe-curling sensations.
It feels quite pleasurable and unlike most of the textures I’ve tried from several years of testing different male masturbators.
Tenga Egg Cloudy
Cloudy is made of intricate swirling patterns that resemble clouds. Despite its gentle design, I was quite surprised by the solid sensations that it gave me.
After a couple of strokes, I felt I was about to come. So, I had to stop and catch my breath.
Yeah, definitely not for the casual wanker.
But if you’re looking for a super intense masturbation experience, then you’ve found one in Cloudy (with a chance of pleasure).
Tenga Egg Shiny
The sun design excited me that this was the first egg from the pack I cracked open and tried.
The inside sunburst-like texture has prominent protruding ridges and bumps that instantly gave my penis some good ol’ milking action.
No matter which penis part you focus on, Shiny never fails to hit the right spots. I was glad I used this hard-boiled egg first.
Tenga Egg Surfer
If you’re looking for a satisfying quick wank, get this one. You get cool wave patterns, kinda like when you’re surfing big waves in Hawaii.
There’s a lot of variation to the Surfer’s inner texture, from its curved ridges to different sized dots.
While I enjoyed Shiny’s cock-milking ability, Surfer’s the only one that made me moan in satisfaction (and that’s saying something, or was it cuz of xxx video?).
Kidding aside, if you do want to shoot loads, I suggest you use less lube. You know, just enough for you to get inside and hold on for dear life!
Which Tenga Egg Pack is Best?
Choosing the best Tenga egg pack all boils down to the egg’s overall interior details. The detailing from the packaging gives you a vague clue to each egg’s inner textures. But the overall sensations can still surprise you more or less.
Now, you can buy Tenga eggs a la carte or get them in a variety pack, with 6 eggs each. Each Tenga egg pack offers eggs of varying interior details to give users an array of pleasurable sensations.
If you’re on a super tight budget and don’t want to put all your eggs in one basket, you can take a chance on a single egg design. Of course, this is based on what you think looks and feels good for you.
However, with 24 different textures (so far) to choose from, can you really pick one that works for you? I highly doubt that.
You’re better off buying a 6-pack Tenga egg than just one for the best chance of finding a texture that you like.
If this is your first time trying egg male masturbators or male sex toys in general, the Classic Easy Beat Tenga Egg Pack or the New Standard Tenga Egg Pack is a no-brainer. They’re softer and stretchier, giving both noobs and experienced pleasure seekers a comfortable solo or partnered play experience.
For the most comfortable and softest textures, go with the Classic Pack, but if you’re looking for more variety and different sensations, go with the New Standard Pack.
However, if you’re more experienced and looking for stronger sensations, get the Hard-Boiled Tenga Egg Pack. The eggs have a harder gel internal structure and come with harder gel lotion, so you get firmer and more satisfying sensations from each egg.
All egg packs offer a bunch of different textures and sensations. It’s all about finding which ones feel best to you. To quote Tenga: “Different strokes from different yolks” (for different folks!)
How to Use a Tenga Egg
Opening my first Tenga egg kinda felt like opening a Kinder Surprise egg. And damn. I was in for a whole lot of pleasurable surprises!
Using a Tenga egg, whether for the first or nth time, is pretty straightforward. Here’s what you do:
- Remove the egg’s outer plastic casing, and you’ll find a plain white egg without any markings or branding. This is the texture’s case.
- Open the inner plastic case like you’re opening a plastic Easter egg. Inside you’ll find a soft, stretchy egg-shaped pouch – that’s the sleeve. You’ll also find a short, plastic mini tube that contains the lube package.
- Squeeze the lube from the packet to the sleeve’s entry point and insides.
- Make sure to squish and move the lube, so it spreads and coats all the egg’s insides. You don’t need to lube yourself up. A bit of squeezing the egg while you’re putting your penis inside is enough.
- Now, stick your penis into the egg’s opening and start wanking. You can stretch the sleeve as short or as long as you like up to around 8” in length.
- Move the sleeve up and down. Avoid gripping it too tight, or else you’ll miss the unique textures each egg gives off.
- Experiment with up-and-down strokes along with some circular movements using your fingertips. You can also apply twisting, circular motions around the penis head.
- Once finished, place back the used sleeve into the egg-shaped casing.
- Dispose of the egg with little to no mess.
- OR you can turn it inside out, wash it with soap and water, leave it to dry, REPEAT!
Note: Only stretch the Tenga egg from the base. Stretching the egg from the top may cause it to break prematurely.
Are Tenga Eggs Reusable?
The simple answer’s NO, according to folks from Tenga. These eggs are disposable sleeves meant for single-use only.
Of course, it’s natural for them to say this so that users will end up buying more after disposing of their evidence like it never happened.
But dang! That seems a wasteful lot of money, especially if you’re getting a 6-pack each time. Based on my experience, the number of times you can use a Tenga egg depends on you and your wanking habits.
I can get around 5-10 uses out of them (I like to have long sessions). As long as there are no holes or tears on my eggs, we’re good. Since these eggs are made of porous material, always inspect if they’re still clean and fresh before using them.
For your Tenga eggs to last a while, don’t overstretch while using them. Wash them after each use by flipping them inside out and rinsing them with soap and water.
After each use and wash, keep them inside the original plastic casing they came with. Doing so keeps the eggs from damaging and drying out.
Tenga Egg vs. Fleshlight: Which Is Better?
A Tenga egg is a small, thin, and super-stretchy masturbation sleeve.
You put it on the tip of your penis and use your hand to stretch it down to the base of your shaft as you stroke. You still get some hand-stroking action, but the feeling is a bit different because of the material between your hand and penis.
Meanwhile, a Fleshlight is a large rubber-like material where your penis goes inside it lengthwise. It’s thick enough, so you will not feel your hand directly gripping it. The feeling is entirely different from regular hand stroking.
Tenga eggs are cheaper than Fleshlights ($7 vs. $70 apiece), but they don’t last as long. However, Tenga eggs can last long enough that you still get your money’s worth.
Once again, it all boils down to your (and your penis’) preferences. I personally love my Tenga eggs; they give me a different kind of experience. They’re super compact, travel-friendly, and easy to clean.
If you want a good upgrade from just using your hand without going through the process of dealing with a Fleshlight, Tenga eggs are a good compromise.
Plus, you can manipulate the egg’s soft texture with different finger movements and twists, so you get sensations impossible with the Fleshlight.
Tenga eggs are affordable male masturbators that make for a nice gift and a practical intro into the world of male sex toys.
They add an eggs-citing variety and texture to your average masturbatory hand job.
Yes, it’s not as crazy as some strokers like the Fleshlight or Tenga Flip Hole, but its price is unbeatable. Plus, it’s still a fun toy that keeps penis owners coming back for more.