Aneros Progasm Review:
Does The Progasm Live Up To The Hype?
Written by: Don Watson | Updated: May 23rd, 2019
It's safe to say that at this point I've pretty much narrowed down exactly where my prostate is and how to tickle it best. That's due to the fact that I've been through an obscene amount of toys just for that purpose and to be frank I can't get enough of the darn things.
That's what brings me to the Aneros Progasm. I've already tried their Helix Syn Trident which was on the small side, and the Vice which was right in the medium range. So, the Progasm was next because it's on the bigger end of their library.
All of my Aneros toys are remarkable in that they're pretty easy to insert and although anchored in the sphincter they typically allow for a bit more movement for a good old fashioned prostate massage.
I went with the Aneros Progasm Classic, it's just their standard ABS plastic prostate massager.
Other options included a Black Ice Progasm that has a more slippery finish, an Ice Progasm that has a glass-like look to it, or the fire-engine Red Ice Progasm. I figured I wouldn't have to get too fancy to see what this toy had to offer, and boy, was I right.
Design & Specs
Unlike many of the prostate massagers I have, this toy is made from medical grade ABS plastic as opposed to silicone. The most obvious difference to be expected is that the Progasm is going to be more firm and rigid than silicone toys that have a bit more give to them. But, since the toy is made from ABS plastic, cleaning the toy is rather simple and no choice in lube is off the table.
It's definitely a bigger toy, so it's best for those with a bit more experience compared to most other options. With a full 4.5'' of insertable space, it goes above and beyond what most massagers deliver. Couple that with the nearly 1.3'' diameter at the widest point and you have a toy perfectly engineered for fullness.
There are two parts where the toy extends outwards to form bulbs. The first one is at the top of the toy, being slightly pointed and angled to make insertion less of a chore while the second one is immediately after the first and is meant to reach out and rub that P-spot until satisfaction is achieved.
Some interesting design choices went into the handle, as well. Instead of just being a straight-shot handle it curves at both ends to eventually give way to two bulbs, one sitting at the perineum and the other meant to touch around the base of the spine known as the "Kundalini tab".
This toy does not vibrate, rumble, or anything of the sort, it's a completely analog toy so it's waterproof. Kegels and some light movement of your own is where the Progasm will shine.
Do I Enjoy Using It?
Now came time to use this thing and see if it would be an anal amazement or a butt blunder. I was really excited for the Progasm to come because since it's made from non-porous, non-toxic hard plastic I had the ability to apply silicone lube to this toy, something I can't do with my silicone toys. I prefer silicone based lubes for anal play because they are the slickest and have the most staying power, so there's little to no need to ever reapply mid session.
Time to slip it in. The hard plastic makes for a simpler insertion, but it requires going a bit more slowly. I applied lube generously to this toy, probably because I was so eager about finally having an anal toy compatible with silicone based lube but also because there's no such thing as too much lube when it comes to the butt. I found that the shape of the first tip was well-thought out since there was no "fighting" to have it inserted, just a calm, slow push inwards.
It's extremely filling, that's for sure. I knew for a fact it wasn't going anywhere the moment it was fully inserted. The two bulbous parts of the toy do everything in their power to not be ignored, and to that effect they've succeeded. For me personally I find that the second bulb does most of the work on the prostate when the toy is fully inserted, but there's a little bit of pressure put on the prostate to put it into the valley between the two bulbs. Since there's no motor inside, it's entirely up to you to figure out how to get your jollies. Kegels do nicely to move the toy around and I recommend laying on a bed, possibly on all fours, and doing slight movements of your core, midsection, and legs to see how you can best manipulate the toy to scratch your every itch.
While it is large, how it's shaped makes for a very comfortable experience overall, I never felt discomfort at any point during use of the toy.
A little bit of movement can be done manually by manipulating the little tab at the base of the handle, but not extreme amounts.
Lots of the sensations were involuntary because it's just so darn big. With the Syn Trident everything I felt was 100% intentional since it's pretty small, but the Progasm makes for completely unavoidable sensations that took me by surprise a few times, but in a good way. It's a perfectly shaped advanced level toy that doesn't try to overengineer things.
Removal was pretty straightforward and I love how forceful I can be with cleaning thanks to the ABS material. A good shot of warm water and soap and ta-da, clean toy.
So, it does what it says it does on the box, and pretty well, I like the Progasm whenever I want a bit more oomph.
Where Can You Get One?
If you're interested in buying any Aneros toy including the Progasm, I recommend shopping directly at the official Aneros website.
Be sure to use coupon code "DRCLIMAX" at checkout for 10% off. Click here to redeem!
The Aneros website can be a little hard to find on Google, however I would recommend shopping though their website over Amazon or other retailers to avoid fake products.
If you like big toys that go in for the kill, the Progasm delivers great. The hard ABS plastic might not be for everyone, but it does make for a different experience. I personally find ABS plastic toys mildly easier to insert, but I can't say for sure whether or not the fact that I tend to use silicone lube with these toys is what's really the culprit there.
Its large and knows how to take charge. Also keep in mind that the lack of vibrating means it's for people who know how to manipulate a toy once inside of them for as much pleasure as possible. It's not exceedingly difficult, but it does take a bit of practice.
If you're not entirely sold on the Aneros Progasm, I'd recommend you read my Aneros buyers guide. It walks you through the entire Aneros line-up and there you'll find many of my other favorite Aneros toys.
If you have any questions or comments, be sure to leave them down below. I try and answer comments at least once a day.
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