I tried and reviewed the best Tenga sex toys available nowadays! Whether you like the Tenga eggs, or multiple-use sex toys – there is something for you here. Read on:
Of all the big names in the sex toy industry, Tenga wins the gold medal for most innovative designs.
Instead of going the usual fake genital route, Tenga thought “hey what if we make sex toys that look like corporate art?”
Turns out, a lot of awesome concepts come out for a lot of people to cum in.
Tenga has a big range of very different products, which can be a bit confusing if you’re not sure what you’re looking for. Or at.
So I’ve rounded up and explained The Best Tenga Masturbators and Sex Toys in 2023.
Here are the Top 3 to get started with:
Best Tenga 3D Sex Toy
The Tenga 3D Spiral is a more durable, single sleeve. It’s beautiful to look at, made of antibacterial material that’s easy to clean, and yeah it feels awesome.
Best Tenga Flip Sex Toy
If you want the most sensation, Tenga Flip Zero has ridiculously detailed textures. There’s so much happening that you could never get bored of it! And the genius casing makes clean-up and drying a breeze.
Top 3 Tenga Sex Toys in 2023
Tenga Flip Zero
Tenga 3D Spiral
Tenga Flip Zero
The Best Tenga Toys
Tenga 3D Series
Each of the Tenga 3D series comes on a little stand that looks like a plinth you might see at a museum. It’s actually a cleve drying stand that helps water drip off evenly and allows air to get through it and dry the whole thing.
Every 3D is made of an antibacterial elastomer that’s soft and squishy as you’d expect. It’s much more durable material than what they use to make the eggs, and it resists bacteria too.
That means the 3D toys are reusable. Wash them out and dry them on the stand, and you can use one for a while.
Spiral is, well, a spiral. No surprises here. It’s a pile of hexagonal plates arranged in a helix formation (for any geometry nerds out there).
You feel the rotating of the tube along with all of the hexagonal edges. It manages to be a perfect balance of gentle and stimulating.
And it’s adjustable, too – simply squeeze tighter for more intensity, or relax your grip for a milder time.
However you use it, the softness combined with the twirling and stroking means you probably won’t last long using the Spiral.
That’s a good thing for advanced edging enthusiasts, but if you’re looking for a slower experience with similar sensations I’d go for the Zen instead.
Have you ever wanted to stick your dong in a Zen garden?
No? Me neither, but I imagine it would feel a bit like the 3D Zen.
It’s a gentle swirl of grooves going all the way across the surface of the tube. The pattern means as you stroke it up and down, it feels like it’s rotating around you.
Zen is perfect if you want the same 360° movement feeling but in a milder format.
You can slide into it and let go of all your anxieties as it takes care of you.
It’s kinda meditative, actually. Ohhh that explains the name.
Module is made up of raised and lowered squares, so there are lots of edges and corners to enjoy here.
If you get bored easily then it’s a great choice because you can get a multitude of different feelings just by changing your speed or grip.
Slower and softer grip means the squares gently brush against your shaft, whereas if you squeeze then they really press in.
If you have sensitive skin then you might find the squares a bit ticklish at times, so better to go for a smoother ride if that sounds like it might happen to you.
But for versatility, Module is great.
I think more male sex toys should have some elements of randomness to them. It keeps you on your toes in a fun way.
Like the 3D Polygon here. It has a random pattern of edges and shapes that feel pretty mild, but stay interesting.
If you take it slow and squeeze fairly tight, you can experience every edge and corner slowly and you never know exactly what you’re going to feel next.
That makes the Polygon great for teasing yourself slowly.
The Pile is a surface of densely packed triangle shapes that brush and caress your whole shaft.
Like all 3D toys, the Pile is closed-ended, which works well with the triangles. If you squeeze all the air out after penetrating it the triangles will cling and gently suck on your skin for a spine-tingling sensation.
Because of the spaces between the triangles the Pile is a bit harder to clean than the other 3D models. You have to scrub a bit harder to get any residues out before leaving it to dry. But we’re talking an extra 45 seconds of cleaning here.
Pile is awesome if you want suction coming at you from all angles.
Tenga Flip Series
The Tenga Flip Series boasts one of the most innovative cleaning aids I’ve seen in a sex toy.
The outer case is hard ABS plastic concealing the inner TPE texture. It would have been easy to keep it a solid case, but Tenga said no.
Instead, to wash the Flip you slide off the slide arms and open the whole thing up. That makes it so much easier to clean than, say, a Fleshlight. You just rinse it out and put it upside-down on the stand to dry.
It’s so helpful and extends the life of the TPE significantly.
Combined with the amazing intricacies of the textures, this justifies the higher price tags. Expect to pay $70-100 for a Flip Series. Worth it.
The sheer amount of textures Tenga managed to put into about 6 inches of stoker blows my mind.
AND it has pressure pads on the outside so you can add suction or squeezing pressure for even more varied sensations.
Inside is ripples, ribs and nubs that stimulate from every angle and change up the tightness.
The piéce de résistance is the layered end orb at the end. It’s a sphere with an opening that envelopes the penis head, does magic to it, and next thing you know you’re done.
It’s easy to dry thanks to the sliding arm mechanism. You just have to be thorough getting into all the layers and grooves that this thing has. Still, it’s much easier than cleaning out a closed-ended sleeve.
Interested in learning more? Read our in-depth review here.
Flip Orb comes in orange and blue. Orange Crash is more angular and symmetrical, whereas Blue Rush is more swirling and wavey.
They’re both great, so I’d choose Orange if you like it more aggressive and Blue if you want longer, more relaxed sessions.
If getting balls-deep in your Tenga masturbator is important to you, check the insertable length and width.e insertable length and width. It will accommodate penises that are 5.5 inches long and 1.38 wide.
I thought it was perfect given I’m average-sized (length and girth-wise), but anyone much bigger might find the entrance will pinch and be uncomfortable to use.
The Flip Orb is one of the simplest sex toys to clean I’ve ever used. The body opens up and the texture is easier to wash out than the other Flips, and it seems to dry a bit faster too.
If you want a discreet stroker that delivers on sensation, the Tenga Flip Hole was made for you.
Just look at it. Most people would mistake it for a Bluetooth speaker, never guessing you put your penis in it.
On the inside, the Tenga Flip Hole feels like a slightly less detailed version of the Flip Zero. It has similar-feeling ridges, grooves, and bumps. And it has an end orb just like the Tenga Flip Zero, though this one isn’t as textured.
That means it’s better if you’re sensitive since you can feel the little details without getting overwhelmed.
The cylindrical design means it’s easy to hold and press the pressure buttons, even one-handed.
Tenga Egg Series
It might be one of the stranger ideas for a male masturbator you’ve ever seen, but once you try one you’ll understand why Tenga Eggs are so well-liked.
Each pack is a carton of 6 Tenga eggs, which means 6 different textures to try out and enjoy.
Crack open any case and you’ll find an ovoid of super-soft TPE along with a little sachet of lube.
Every Tenga egg is stretch enough to accommodate most penis sizes.
Tenga says that the masturbation eggs are disposable, but each one will last a good few uses. If you’re careful not to tear them and wash them well, you can use the Tenga eggs about 10 times with no problems.
They’ll start to get a little gross after a month though, so don’t try to hold onto them forever.
The New Standard Tenga Egg Pack is my go-to whenever I want to “make an omelet”, so to speak.
This pack of classic Tenga eggs contains some of the very best Tenga has to offer, like the Sphere and Tornado (in my opinion).
Both are highly intense but in completely different ways. The Sphere feels electric, like live wires. While the Tornado gives a more twisting sensation.
VarietyVariety is the biggest strength of the New Standard Tenga Egg Pack. Each egg feels completely different from the last so you feel like you’re exploring many more sensations.
Whatever your peen desires, you’re likely to find it with the New Standard Tenga Egg Pack.
If you like the idea of Tenga eggs but you get overstimulated easily, then the OG Easy Beat pack is your best option.
The textures are milder and less intense, while still being super fun to use. Many give you that wet, subtle feeling kind of like a blowjob.
The bumps and patterns are less prominent than in the New Standard or Hard Boiled Tenga Egg packs, so you end up with a smoother, more relaxed ride.
Highlights for me are the Stepper and Silky.
Stepper has shell-shaped ridges that massage gently while rippling. It’s perfect for slow, methodical exploration.
While Silky is the egg that feels the most like vaginal sex. Which, for a plastic egg is an incredible achievement that it even reminds me of that.
I’d recommend the OG pack if you’re sensitive or new to the world of male sex toys.
If you’re the kind of guy who eats everything with chili powder, you’re gonna like the Hard Boiled Tenga Eggs pack.
It’s like they took the other Tenga egg designs, cranked up the boldness of the textures, and made them out of a tougher material.
Each Tenga egg in this pack is a bit more resistant to stretching, so if you like to go fast and hard then they’re less likely to tear.
There’s a lot of variety in the Hard Boiled Tenga Egg pack, but if you’re very sensitive then they kind of blend together.
There’s a lot of variety in the Hard Boiled pack, but if you’re very sensitive then they kind of blend together.
If you’re not so sensitive, especially your glans, then you’ll probably love Surfer and Thunder.
Thunder has sharp lightning-bolt angles that give you different feelings whether you go up and down or twist it around.
While Surfer is a swirling, oceanic mass of bubbles, waves and ridges. The constant shifting and flowing makes it hard not to wipe out in minutes!
Tenga Spinner Series
Not to be confused with my 5th favorite kind of porn, Tenga Spinners are masturbating sleeves with a twist.
Literally. They have an elastic band that runs through the sleeve and makes it twist as you stroke up and down.
It’s a whole extra dimension of movement that feels fantastic.
And they’re semi-transparent, so they’re fun to use with (or on) a partner.
Brick is the top choice for any guy who likes their sensations strong and in-your-face.
The tiles have pointed corners and edges that come at you from every direction. It swirls and massages at the same time, and you can feel every point of contact at once.
It’s a lot to take at once. Fortunately, it’s not too firm, which helps reduce the chance of overstimulation.
The Brick is one of the tightest and most restrictive Spinners. They’re all the same size, but the Brick seems to have a tighter spiral that constricts more than the others. That means it’s not the best choice for girthier dudes.
But for anyone who fits the measurements and wants something you can really feel, Brick is awesome.
Interested in learning more? Read our in-depth review here.
Pixel has milder nodes that stroke more delicately than the other Spinners. It’s good for edging since the stimulation is consistent.
You can use the Pixel for a long time, keeping yourself on the edge without it pushing too far.
What’s more, the Pixel is the easiest to clean and fastest to dry out of all the Spinners. Although we’re not talking about a huge difference here, they’re all pretty easy to clean.
If you’re thicker in the shaft or you want something more gentle, then the Pixel might be your best option.
The Tenga Spinner Tetra is kind of like the standard Spinner, so it’s the one I would recommend to a first-time buyer.
The tiled texture is pretty relaxed, so it allows the twisting feature to take center stage and do most of the pleasuring work.
That’s great if you want to see if this kind of male masturbator is for you or if you’re sensitive.
If you need a stronger texture or a firmer feeling underneath your grip, then the Tetra might bore you.
Out of the box the Hexa is the best-looking Spinner. I actually use the box as a pencil case! I just love the grey and orange combination.
It twists plenty while the texture adds something overall. It’s a lot like the Tetra but with about 20% more everything.
The edges of the hexagonal tiles are pronounced enough that you can feel them if you go slow, and they help with the whirling sensation if you start jerking harder.
The Hexa is versatile and balanced, with a good blend of firmness and stimulation. If you want more spinning and less texture than Brick, get this one.
Shell is the best Spinner if you like powerful sucking sensations. Squeeze out all the air in the canal before penetrating it for best results.
The main draws of Shell are the suction and the end, which is a sort of screwing pointy shape. It twirls around the head of the penis and hits all the right spots, which combined with the sucking makes it hard to last a long time.
It’s a great Spinner for guys who like faster sessions.
Ever get a blowjob from someone who twisted their head around a lot?
Beads feels the most like that out of the Spinner series. Which is a good thing.
Good suction, texture that’s perfect for the twisting motion, and a tip that swizzles and stimulates in all the right ways.
Plus you can get completely different sensations depending on where you hold it. Hold it near the base and you get a looser, sloppy feeling.
Grab it near the top and you can enjoy more detail on the texture.
Beads is super versatile and good for anyone who doesn’t mind that it’s harder to clean out.
Buying Guide: Which Tenga Sex Toy Should You Buy?
Sorting through all of Tenga’s sex toys can be challenging.
But it’s easy if you keep these three things in mind when you’re shopping.
How Long Should It Last?
Some Tenga toys, like the Egg packs and Onacups, are disposable. That means they won’t last longer than a few uses, maybe a month if you’re careful.
Spinners are a sort of medium ground. They’re reusable, but the soft plastic and twisting coil mean they tend to wear out after about 6-9 months in my experience.
The Flip series last a long time. How long exactly depends on how well you take care of it, but if you clean and maintain your Flip properly it should last a few years.
What’s Your Budget?
Tenga toys run from $6.50 for a single Egg up to about $100 for the Flip Zero. (There’s also a vibrating Flip Zero that’s $200.)
So whatever your budget, there’s something you’ll enjoy at a price you can afford.
What Gets You Off?
Every Tenga toy offers something different. Think about what you want it to do for you and what kind of sensations you enjoy before buying anything.
Tenga Sex Toy FAQs
How Do I Clean My Tenga Toy?
Some are disposable but you can reuse them a good few times with careful use.
Wash them carefully, the material is pretty delicate and you can tear them quite easily.
Always follow the maintenance instructions for the reusable sex toys.
- Don’t use harsh soaps, use a mild hand or dish soap
- Rinse out thoroughly, don’t leave any lube or residue anywhere
- Leave them to dry properly before using them again
Which Tenga Toy Is Best For Beginners?
If you’re a total novice to onaholes and/or Tenga toys, then you’ll probably want to start with something disposable. They’re cheaper and you can get a good feel for what kind of sensations you’re into.
I’d start with a Tenga Egg Pack if it was my first time. It’s basic probability – with 6 different sensations to try there’s a better chance of finding something you like.
The 3D series is a bit more expensive, but still pretty affordable. The material feels fantastic whatever your preferences in sensation happen to be.
And if it turns out you don’t like it, you can always put it on your office desk as a piece of corporate art. See if anyone notices it’s a sleeve for your cock. I’m kidding, don’t do that you might get fired.
I see a lot of pocket vaginas in my profession, and to be honest, sometimes it’s nice to have something that looks like a cool piece of art and not yet another vulva.
If you own a penis and you don’t care for artificial female genitalia, you’ll probably find a Tenga toy that you’re gonna like.