Let me assure you that I am a supporter of prostate stimulation. I can think of no reason to – when you are in to it – involve you back entrance in the love making. Whether you do it solo, or together with a partner. After all, the prostate is to men, what the G-spot is to women.
I am privileged (read: spoiled) and I am fully aware of that. EasyToys sends me a new box filled with toys on a regular basis, that I can test. Often that is really great, but – spoiler alert – sometimes not so much.
What is a Nexus Excel?
The Nexus Excel is a prostate massager with a knob that contains a little rollerball that is supposed to stimulate the perineum. In 2006 this toy won the ‘beste product’ award at the Brussels Erotica Awards. It is specifically designed for people with a prostate (men).
The shape of the toy characterizes itself like some sort of T. It is a big plug and the curled bases that prevents this thing from getting lost in your behind. You can use this plug solo while masturbating, but also together with your partner for some extra stimulation.
Specs & functies of the Nexus Excel
The entry size of the Nexus Excel is 10 centimeter and the diameter is 4 centimeter on its widest point. It is made of ABS. This is a non porous hard plastic that is often used for children’s toys (LEGO is made of ABS). The call that stimulates the perineum is made of stainless steel.
The Nexus Excel comes in a blister pack of transparent plastic with a carton cover. On the back, the package has a short printed explanation in 6 languages.
The package says that there are instructions inside. Unfortunately, that is not the case. In itself, that shouldn’t be a problem, because ‘how-hard-can-it-be’? But when a package makes a promise, I believe that it should deliver. And because it doesn’t contain a manual, as promised, … its minus one for the Nexus Excel.
There is this mysterious ‘rollerball tool’ for example. At first, I had no idea whatsoever what that was for, until I noticed a small pin that can be used to push the rollerball out of the plug. I guess that could come in handy while cleaning? Only after quite some googling, I found out that Nexus also sells elektro sex kits. If you replace the ball with an element from that kit, you would be able to use this as an e-stim device.
And then there is the material. It has a really cheap feel over it. The surface isn’t smooth and you can clearly see a weld. The disadvantage of ABS is that it is very hard and absolutely inflexible.
This is some huge prostate massager. That makes it less suitable for beginners. The shape doesn’t make it easy to insert it. You’ll need a lot of patience. Make sure you are aroused and perhaps start with another (smaller) toy first to let your sphincter get used to the feeling.
Use a lot of lube. One of the advantages of ABS is that you can use silicone based lube. Do that. And apply lots of it.
The surface of the Nexus Excel is not smooth. Therefore it doesn’t exactly feel nice. Even after inserting, I had a very unpleasant feeling for a long time. That’s why I probably didn’t even notice the rollerball that (apparently) rolled against my perineum?
I guess that the real advantage of this hard and big device only occurs on the moment your prostate starts to contract, during orgasm. I felt a weird kind of resistance, that was somehow strangely nice.
I recommend to clean this toy prior and after every use. Use warm water and some mild soap. Remove the rollerball from the massager with the rollerball tool before cleaning.
It should be possible to use the rollerball tool to hang the Excel to dry, but for some reason I wasn’t able to pull that off.
For people that like it big and hard, this could well be a nice toy. But for me it just was a bit to much. Just because it is so big, it leaves very little room for movement. When you are not used to big bulky toys, I would skip this one. Personally I om much more into smaller softer toys, that are easier to move in and out.
The Nexus Excel may have won a price back in 2006, it does feel exactly like that: a toy from centuries ago.
The pros of the Nexus Excel:
- When you like hard ad big, you’ve come to the right place with this toy
- Can be used with silicone based lube
- Easy to clean
- ABS plastic has a really cheap feel over it; the surface is not smooth and you can see the weld
- No manual available, even though the package does promise one
- No storage bag (put it in an old sock)
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