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great tool for enemas/cleaning
  • thhn
    Posts: 425
    I have used several different enema products - even one I purchased from this site but have not been thrilled with the items. I recently purchased this item from amazon.com and must say I like this the best by far
    http://www.amazon.com/California-Exotic-Novelties-Colt-Douche/dp/B002K4LEXQ/ref=sr_1_37?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1309619634&sr=1-37

    It is easy to fill, easy to use and easy to clean, plus it's inexpensive. the long shaft makes for insertion just a little or quite a bit and I love how the beaded shaft feels going in. I have had orgasms from just using this before I even got to an aneros.

    anyone looking for a new enema device, I would recommend this one
  • CockadoodleCockadoodle
    Posts: 397
    Hey, thhn,

    Yes that's a neat device, but my issue with it is that you can't pull the bulb off to fill it. Which may be OK, but could be messy at times. I like my disposable enema bottles from Walgreens. Very cheap, last a long time, and disposable.

    Whatever does it for you, though.

    Cockadoodle
  • thhn
    Posts: 425
    [QUOTE=Cockadoodle;99171]Hey, thhn,

    Yes that's a neat device, but my issue with it is that you can't pull the bulb off to fill it. Which may be OK, but could be messy at times. I like my disposable enema bottles from Walgreens. Very cheap, last a long time, and disposable.

    Whatever does it for you, though.

    Cockadoodle



    not sure what you mean about "can't pull the bulb off?" It is a two part deal
    The rubber ball part that holds the water comes off and could be used for an enema all by itself as it has a long pointed tip. I just fill a glass of water and squeeze the bulb and stick the tip in the water and relaease the bulb and it sucks the water into it to fill it up. Not messy at all for me but I have never tried the disposable ones.
  • ten_s_nutten_s_nut
    Posts: 816
    Guys;

    For those shy about buying douche or enema hardware, most drugstores carry an earwax removal bulb (costs $6) that holds 3 ounces. Small and works great. I carry one in my travel kit.

    Cheers,

    Dave
  • Woodsman
    Posts: 102
    betcha don't clean your ears with it though
  • et1swcnet
    Posts: 8
    Hello everyone...

    I purchased my first aneros (Progasm) about 13 months ago, and since then have also purchased an MGX. I must say, the MGX has been a journey not to forget... but that is beside the point, and outside the scope of this thread.

    I purchased a BioBidet BB-1000 for my wife. She always wanted a bidet, and I must say for prep, this thing is the ticket. No mess to clean up at all... but a little pricey... here's the link Supreme Remote Control Bidet Heated Seat Pulsating Massage Bidet
    Regards,

    ET1
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,602
    Here's a small piece of gear that will do the job yet is just right for men who don't want to carry a rectal or douche syringe in their luggage. Good too if your living situation is such that you don't want to leave enema gear lying around with your other personal hygiene gear.

    It's a sinus rinse device that works as well in the anus as it does in the nose. I've carried one of these on my last three trips and like it better than any bulb I've used.

    Advantages:
    -- Inexpensive -- costs less than a Fleet Enema and about half as much as a rectal syringe.
    -- It does the internal rinse job without lubing. Just shove it next to your anus, push outward like you were accepting an Aneros and squeeze.
    -- Is clearly labeled, "SINUS RINSE"
    -- Works well when standing or squatting over a toilet and won't send an air bubble into your rear end.
    -- Only down side -- if you like the style and dildo feel of a Colt bulb syringe, this won't do it for you.

    In the Middle East and South Asia (India and parts of Pakistan) this is called a "Neti Pot" and is used by many people to clear their sinuses and nasal passages after a night's sleep.

    Link: -- NeilMed Pharmaceuticals, Makers of Sinus Rinse, NasaFlo Netipot, Nasal Irrigation --

    Just thought you'd like to know... rook