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Sinclair ONYX Prostate Wand Review

In keeping with the classiness of the Sinclair Select collection, the Onyx is one smart-looking boy’s toy. Designed to massage the prostate gland, this is essentially an anal toy for men, but its curve, finish and decoration make it tempting to try as a G-spot reacher or a subtle dildo for the ladies.

Beautifully sculpted in black cyberglass with a slight grey floral design, you’d think it was being designed for women, who pay attention to such details (sorry to the men who are offended, but let’s call a spade a spade). And speaking of spades, the comfortable handle makes it easy to dig in, manipulate it to the perfect area, and to hold on with ease.

As for the use of Cyberglass, which is a type of strong, Perspex glass, it cannot break inside the body, no matter how much squeezing and twisting you do. It will shatter, though, if you drop it from a height onto a hard surface, so careful in the bath or shower when it is wet and lubed up.

The severe rounding of the wand is perfect for prostate, because it is not an easy access part of the anatomy. Lying deep inside, it can be reached by a long finger, but not all prostate-massage seekers have the ability to reach it or access to another person’s finger that can be co-opted for the cause.

With all its smoothness and simplicity, the proportions are not sleek enough for your average anal virgins. Most guys will find a much slimmer toy to be better until you get used to insertion and stop clenching. If you do want to start here, a good deal of lubricant will help with insertion and manipulation, but that goes for all anal toys, and not just for beginners.

On the other pole, the Onyx can be turned upside side for someone looking for a wider shaft, but be careful not to enter too deep from this angle because it could be tough to retract. There is a reason the anal toys have a wide base.

If you have a partner who is a sharer of your personal items, this has to be handled with greater care than your shaver or comfy T-shirts. The Onyx must be properly cleaned before moving between different people and different orifices. Fortunately, cyberglass is super hygienic and waterproof, so its easy to clean up after use, without too much effort. The material can handle any soap, it doesn’t even need anti-bacterial soap, since nothing can stick to it.

Once you get the hang of it, you can try feel new sensations by leaving it in the freezer for a few minutes or soaking it in boiling water. The cyberglass takes on the heat and cold, which can be very titillating, as long as you’re not too hasty in inserting it too hot or cold. Always sample it on external skin first.

Even without doing something so drastic, the glass and lube may feel a bit cold at first, causing the anal muscles to contract temporarily, so do not thrust until the body relaxes. Just know that the glass will soon take on the body’s temperature and feel great.

Features

    • Anal wand
    • Designed for prostate massage
    • Made of cyberglass (strengthened glass)
    • Ergonomically shaped
    • Shiny black with grey detail
    • Strong curve
    • Raised ridges at tip
    • Rounded, slightly widened handle
    • Waterproof
    • Length of wand: 146mm (5.75”)
    • Part of the Sinclair Institute Select collection

 

Advantages

    • Really comfortable to hold and control
    • Excellent angle for prostate reach
    • Discreet
    • Classy looking
    • Excellent instructions for prostate play
    • Hygienic
    • Easy to clean
    • Super smooth for easy insertion, especially with lubricant

 

Disadvantages

    • May be too wide for some men
    • Initial touch can be cold, especially when used with lubricant in a cold room
    • Gets slippery when lubricant is added

 

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