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Aneros History Old Old aneros
  • Not sure when I bought this. some time after 1990. Bought it from HIH site
  • brine
    Posts: 220
    Look like it was made out of ivory by the Inuits.
  • ten_s_nutten_s_nut
    Posts: 817
    Very cool, muscleman.

    Looks kind of like the original U.S. Patent drawing for these things.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Dave
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    The model shown was indeed one of the first generation HIH products and went by the name "FIN-3". This and all models in the series were handmade limited production items featuring cast bodies and thick steel wires for the abutment tab/arm and handles. As you might guess, the tab was adjustable as a result of the use of this material. Several of the models in the series went by marine mammal names like the "Dolphin" (not to be confused with the toys currently available) and the "Whale". These products were only available in the Asian market however. The only product in the line that was available in the U.S. was the FIN-3 and it was sold exclusively on the HIH site. As I recall it was discontinued somewhere around 2004. I own the FIN-3 and a smaller wire model myself.

    BF Mayfield
  • Ever use them anymore?
  • It wouldn't be too difficult to modify any existing Aneros with similar, adjustable wire arms.
  • Aneros prototype, cool!
    Thanks for sharing. :)
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    Imperium,

    Actually I do pull my Fin-3 out from time to time. It's fun to experiment with the position of the tab and handle. Although these products were produced prior to the development of the K- tab, it's possible to adjust the handle wire to mimic one. That said, one has to be careful not to adjust the tabs in such a way as to effect the responsiveness of the device...what one quickly finds is that there is an optimum range. The FIN-3 is an effective unit, that produces some very powerful orgasms, although I will say that it has a different kind of
    action than most Aneros users are accustomed to these days.


    BF Mayfield
  • GeogioGeogio
    Posts: 107
    It sort of looks like Moby Dick....
  • [QUOTE=muscleman;44601]Not sure when I bought this. some time after 1990. Bought it from HIH site

    What happened to the picture? Lost in the hacking?
  • imperiumimperium
    Posts: 92
    [QUOTE=paulsp@trains.zzn.com;48146]What happened to the picture? Lost in the hacking?

    Seems that way.
  • hulahula
    Posts: 212
    There are some very interesting Japanese shaped devices if you google "enemagra"
  • [QUOTE=hula;48150]There are some very interesting Japanese shaped devices if you google "enemagra"

    Thanks, hula.
  • twlltintwlltin
    Posts: 569
    A few of those look to be direct copies of the Aneros range. The text at the bottom even mentions "Pro-State" which is a HIH trademark I suspect.
  • ImapooheadImapoohead
    Posts: 24
    Enemagra is what they call the Aneros in Japan.
  • rookrook
    Posts: 1,604
    First patent I could find was granted to Jiro Takashima, August 25th, 1998.

    more detail at: http://aneros.com/patent/
  • [QUOTE=hula;48150]There are some very interesting Japanese shaped devices if you google "enemagra"

    And I have then all mwaaaa HA HA HA HA HA

    *laughs evilly*
  • PareidoliaPareidolia
    Posts: 74
    I'd really like to know what the text says:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0j7wh4lcKMQ