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  • Any new models lined up?

    I have most of the models, and considering getting the eupho Syn. I have the original. If a different model (Ice, syn, style) come out I'd put off my purchase. Does anyone in the know, know if a new one will be coming out anytime in the future, or are they done releasing new ones for a long time?

    I actually asked customer service I'm guessing a year and a half maybe two years ago (after their last Syn model came out) and got the response to ask again in 6 months. When I did they didn't respond.

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    I want to see a Eupho Ice and a Maximus Ice....

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    • #3
      I posted this on the Aneros subreddit the other day, but I be very interested in a steel version of the Helix or Eupho. Now I'm wondering if the flexibility of the material, especially for the P-tab. Maybe that's why they've only released the steel Tempo until now, since it doesn't have a P-tab?

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      • #4
        @AnerosAdvocate,

        It's not really the flexibility of the material that's at issue when considering stainless steel versions of models like the Helix or Eupho....it's the weight. The fact is stainless steel is very heavy and with the body, abutment tab and handle of your standard massager even a Eupho would be twice the weight of the Tempo. These products were originally designed with mobility in mind using light weight materials. My sense is that a stainless version of the Eupho or Helix would be terrific looking products with the functionally of butt plugs.

        If there is a time when a full blown stainless steel Aneros is considered I suspect it would have to be a new product specifically designed with the weight and density of stainless steel in mind. Such a product would need to be elegantly balanced so that mobility could be retained. Some years ago I suggested highly polished anodized aluminum as an alternative, but there's a bit of stigma surrounding the use of this material that makes it undesirable for some.

        BF Mayfield

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        • #5
          @B Mayfield,
          That's a good point about the added weight and its effect on its mobility. But am I wrong in think that mobility would only be limited by the user's pelvic floor strength, if weight is the only concern? I usually lie on my side when I use my Helix. I imagine that the added weight would put more direct pressure on the prostate if you're on your side or your belly. Although, if you're on your back, I suppose it might less pressure instead.
          Thoughts?

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          • #6
            AnereosAdvocate,
            These products were originally designed with mobility in mind using light weight materials. ... If there is a time when a full blown stainless steel Aneros is considered I suspect it would have to be a new product specifically designed with the weight and density of stainless steel in mind. Such a product would need to be elegantly balanced so that mobility could be retained.
            IMHO, Mr. Mayfield is exactly correct here, given the physics of F = MA and the fact human sphincters are only capable of generating a finite amount of Force, any increase of Mass will be accompanied by a decrease in Acceleration. This decrease in acceleration will have a distinct effect on velocity and hence perceived movement (mobility factor).
            I believe it would be possible to create hollow Stainless Steel models but the technical demands of constructing such a product would likely make its manufacture prohibitively expensive. The far more feasible alternative of a polished aluminum model, as suggested by Mr. Mayfield, is most intriguing even knowing there would be an increased price premium for such a model.
            Good Vibes to You !
            rumel

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            • #7
              Yes indeed Rumel! With respect to producing an anodized aluminum product, I suspect the cost would actually be less. Stainless steel is a more difficult material to work with. Aluminum is softer and easier to cast and machine. Again the issue with aluminum has to do with perceived health concerns more than anything else. I'd still say it's something worth researching though.

              @AnerosAdvocate, you are correct the added weight does translate into more pressure on your prostate if you're on your belly. I've certainly noticed this with the Tempo, and a lot of that is due to gravity. Gravity plays a big role with stainless steel devices as does inertia. But with the Tempo's greater mass comes greater inertia, consequently it's less responsive than lower mass devices like the Peridise. While some people like to think of the Tempo as a stainless version of the Peridise (they do look much alike), they perform so differently I tend to see them as different products altogether.

              BF Mayfield

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