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  • DCDC
    Posts: 11
    I purchased a Helix a month ago mainly to calm an enlarged prostate. On my second or third use, I got intense involuntaries and the Helix shot out of me. My next purchase was a pair of slightly over-sized trunk briefs to keep it in and to catch lube drips. As much as I liked what the Helix did, I thought a bigger device would be more satisfying so I bought a Progasm ice. The Progasm is wonderful and intense but not much different than the Helix so today I got a Eupho expecting a more subtle ride.

    WOW! The Eupho just keeps tapping and caressing my prostate! I am in love! I did not expect that less would be more.

    Also quickly switched to Shea Butter and haven't regretted the switch. I found a package of "bubble tea" straws that are about .5 cm wide to use as a suppository mold. I melt Shea Butter and pour it into a plugged straw then freeze it to make a bunch of suppositories I can store in my freezer. Also poured some into an old Chapstick container and glue stick container that I store at room temperature that I use to "paint" Shea Butter on to my Aneros which allows me to keep my hands relatively lube free. Will experiment with a Shea & Coconut Butter mix with a little beeswax and vitamin E. More on that later. For now I am going to enjoy my new Eupho.
  • PommiePommie
    Posts: 703
    @DCDC,
    I am with you all the way, Brother!

    Some while ago, having gone along a similar path to yours, I also found that the Eupho is the one that floats my boat.

    Although I prepare somewhat differently from your method, I also use unrefined shea butter almost exclusively. It's way better than any oil and has the distinct advantage that it is not greasy and doesn't stain clothing or sheets.

    GO EUPHO!!
  • Out of curiosity did you get the original model or the syn?  I own the Helix Syn, Progasm Classic, and Progasm Jr.  I'm thinking about purchasing a Eupho as my next gift to myself, but not sure which model to get.  I enjoy the comfort of the Syn, but find I get more mobility out of the hard plastic models.
  • PommiePommie
    Posts: 703
    @bryeinabox,
    I was really referring to the Eupho Classic.
    Although I also have the SYN version, I am still acclimatising to this one.
  • DCDC
    Posts: 11
    I got the classic. Haven't tried ant syn models (yet).