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Don't drive while using an Aneros
  • Hello, all.

    I posted on this topic a few weeks ago and am bringing it up again since the thread was closed.

    The sensations these prostate devices generate can arise suddenly. This could cause a problem for you while driving fast in heavy traffic. It happened to me driving a car; would have been worse had I been riding a motorcycle.

    Cheers,

    Dave
  • I agree, not a good idea to ride in congested traffic situations like city driving. However, freeway, long-haul light traffic situations, let your experience and use history be your guide. I drive a lot on interstate highways, and have often popped in my helix (tail removed, of course) or one of my Peridise models and ride away.

    I feel that I am completely in control of my Aneros reactions, and have never had a problem riding and driving.

    YMMV...so be careful out there.

    Cockadoodle
  • [QUOTE=Cockadoodle;93706]I agree, not a good idea to ride in congested traffic situations like city driving. However, freeway, long-haul light traffic situations, let your experience and use history be your guide. I drive a lot on interstate highways, and have often popped in my helix (tail removed, of course) or one of my Peridise models and ride away.

    I feel that I am completely in control of my Aneros reactions, and have never had a problem riding and driving.

    YMMV...so be careful out there.

    Cockadoodle

    Cockadoodle,

    Well, I felt I was in control of the Helix, too, and it surprised me. It could have been a pothole in the road that made the device "bump" and triggered the big rush and white-out effect. I doubt these devices and our body reactions to them are 100% predictable. It's probably just a matter of time before someone riding an Aneros gets in a big accident and their surviving wife decides to sue the manufacturer.

    Cheers,

    Dave
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,604
    I fall into the same category as ten_s_nut on this one.

    Sitting, with my helix (with tail) I can get into some pretty fierce 'outer loop' feedback between my leg muscles and my prostate/anal canal. I can break that loop by standing up from my recliner or swivel chair. However, strapped into a deep bucket seat might be suicide. Keep in mind that Jack Johnston has been pretty clear on not practicing KSMO while driving

    I can barely-partially tame this by mindful breathing. YMMV though.

    I've not had this "chair feedback" with a Peridise, so maybe it's only a main-canal prostate thing. Everyone's wiring is different and YMMV.
  • rook,

    Until somebody gets hurt or killed in an accident in which the Aneros can be implicated, this issue will remain moot. If I were the manufacturer of these things, I'd put a warning on the package, even though that won't prevent a lawsuit.

    Cheers,

    Dave
  • Badger
    Posts: 649
    I can see it all now: Soon, there will be an organization called Mothers Against Aneros Driving, or MAAD.

    But seriously, you shouldn't drive with an Aneros if you're potentially going to lose even one your senses.
  • cyrezcyrez
    Posts: 109
    Well, they don't have a warning against driving, but on the back there is a legal discaimer stating that you're on your own, and using the device, aneros can never be blaimed for any damage it could cause to you or anyone else. So i don't think a lawsuit would succeed, they got it covered. Why not use some common sense? There is stupid warning stickers on everything in the US and no one reads them or take them seriously. But yea, driving with aneros is a bad idea, since not only can u get yourself killed, but take some others with you. a car is a leethal weapon. But people never think of the consequences of their actions, oh yea, using a device that can create insane orgasms beyond words is REALLY good for concentration and keeping an alert for everything that is happening around you? Not only can it result in uncontrollable muscle spasm which really help someone control a motor vehicle? It also have the uncanny ability out of nowhere throw a insane bolt of pleasure at you which adds to the perfect control over your own body, that is REQUIRED when driving for your own and safety of others? Not to mention all the other lovely effects..
  • Badger
    Posts: 649
    There is no such thing as common sense when lawyers are involved.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    To all,

    To me it seems that there are some situations that shouldn't require any explanation or warning. IMO driving while using the Aneros is a supremely bad idea. The truth is that a good Aneros session and driving a vehicle both require ones attention. With respect to the latter however, ones full attention is essential, anything less can endanger your life and the lives of others around you.

    Be safe.

    BF Mayfield