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Eupho Syn
  • @wreckind

    "What amazes me is how almost nobody talks about the new dream product : the Eupho Syn. Until now it was an unattainable fantasy (my imagination obviously made it better than the Classic Eupho which is my preferred one even if not always easy to maintain in the working position). I'll order it when it will be available on my favorite store. Is there a parallel world where it is being discussed ?"

    Consider it being discussed now.  Consider the parallel world here.  I too am extremely curious about this dream model.  Ever since the idea of Syn hit the market, my immediate thought was, when is Eupho next?  Syn is the only model aside from the Eupho to give me barrier breaking orgasms.  When I used the Eupho, I experienced orgasms that were far beyond my expectations, my scope of knowledge, and previous idea of an orgasm could be.  I had orgasms so strong that I needed those before me to help me understand what I was feeling.   I charted new ground within myself and my own sexuality.

    With Syn, I felt a similar level of orgasmic bliss.  The design, feel, and shape spurred an entirely new endeavor in sexual heights.  My blog is revolved mostly around the Syn.  After feeling its comfortable, sleek, and very enticing design, I've had a difficult time going back to any other model, including the Eupho.  The only other model I use now besides Syn is Vice.  

    Where Syn is a subtle, and most gentle love that cuddles right up against my prostate and gives it a loving, almost tickle, touch, Vice gives me a direct impact with some very firm and authoritative presence.  Both are most enjoyable due to the silicone skin and pliability that allows each model to be flexible and mobile while retaining and very sturdy core that gives me the stiffness I need.

    Knowing how each of these models took me to an entirely new level over the Eupho and Progasm, I can only salivate and feel a very deep pulsating desire to know the touch of the Eupho Syn.

    I've come to appreciate each sensation that each model gives.  I often times go through cycles of fondness for one before moving to another.  It's been a while since I've been back to Progasm and Eupho classic.  I can only attribute that statement to the more comfortable design of the next generation silicone models.  Eupho Syn simultaneously reminds me of the most wonderful days of my early Aneros exploration while arousing me and heightening my expectations for what might come next.

    I want to strongly encourage anyone who has been lucky enough to try a Eupho Syn already to share their thoughts and feedback.

    Other than that I simply want to say:

    Who else is as excited as I am?!

    Edited: Fixed formating issue.  Thanks to Rumel for assistance!

  • Well, sorry about the outline there guys.  Didn't realize it was doing a white font background.  I should have previewed post first.
  • braveneworldbraveneworld
    Posts: 1,100
    @rikaaim Well I have never felt this silicone revolution. 

    I bought the Helix Classic and a month later the Helix Syn came out and I figured I already have that shape so it cant be that much different. Certainly not $70 different!
    After 6 or so months of use I decided to buy the eupho so I did in good faith and it was wonderful! I PAID somewhere around the $85 mark for it! Then a month or so and Aneros drops the price to $50. NOT HAPPY AT ALL!
    I look at the Progasms and want to get the Vice but it is way out of my reach so I end up going for the progasm Ice $60 because it is the best out of all the progasms AND they are all the same PRICE.

    YOU guessed it a month goes by and the progasm classic red is dropped to $30.

    Every time I find the money to buy and do so I am left with a sour taste in my (ass) because I pay too much. This is not to say that I love the products I have bought though.

    Although the eupho Syn is out it is another $70 I can not see the point in buying it because:
    1. I already have that shape
    2. It is the smallest aneros and will silicone really make that much difference
    3. the price and for sure I would be dudded again on price.

    If they had had the Eupho Syn out before when I was buying the Classic then I would most likely of bought the Eupho Syn.

    So there you go. Thats why I am not excited about the eupho syn. And to top it all off I pay full freight on top of the price which makes them all a lot more expensive.
    I always never seem to quite have the money saved when Aneros has a sale on either.
    Maybe I just always have had bad luck, but it is no fun at this end.
  • @bravenworld

    If I had the means and the ability, I would send your a Syn or a Vice so that you could compare.  I'm enjoying the comfort of Vice more than Progasm.  It has a larger feel, not sure if that's actually the case or not, and the Muze inserted creates pulsating and deeply penetrating waves of pleasure.

    The Syn is so comfortable that I nearly forget it's there until I start feel wave after wave of pleasure begin to take over.  

    Trust me, I was fully in your dilemma before pulling the trigger and buying a new model.  I would get the Eupho Syn personally because I don't think Eupho is going to have any major design changes for a while now that this is out.  It's been very stable over the years.  I'm also just really enjoying the new silicone models.  There is a level of comfort that allows me to relax more.  I was even able to fall asleep, albeit just a short nap, with Vice inserted.  One of the best nap dreams of my life. 

  • braveneworldbraveneworld
    Posts: 1,100
    @rikaaim Dont mind me I am just having a bad day,month,year, whatever. From the looks of it there are not many that have bought the eupho syn yet, due to the lack of posts.
    I fall asleep with the helix classic,eupho classic, and progasm Ice quite easily.
    Vice would have been nice but the pennies only go so far
  • PommiePommie
    Posts: 1,008

    I didn't even realise that a Eupho Syn had been launched yet. Am i missing something?

    It doesn't even seem to be shown in the Aneros shop on this site!
  • braveneworldbraveneworld
    Posts: 1,100
    @Pommie look again. think you must of had your eyes closed??? its the 2nd one on the page and if your at the homepage there is a big add that cycles through!
    But your right there was not much hipe to launch it.
  • @bravenworld

    It's not that I'm taking any offense at all to what you post.  I can fully relate.  I fully understand the frustration.  I had only two models before Syn came out, and it took me a while to decide to purchase it.  

    My mindset was simply, "Well, Eupho is giving me Super-Os, Progasm is giving me Super-Os, how much better can the other models be?"

    I got an answer to that question after using Syn and Vice.  I have to say that I think the way I would describe the reaction of different models is that they don't necessarily give a better Super-O, but they do give a *different* Super-O, or sensations in general for that matter.

    I've come to understand the way each model touches and stimulates the prostate.  I would like to think of it this way.  Imagine getting a blowjob from one woman.  Next week you get a blowjob from a different woman.  The end destination may be the same, but the journey, the sensations, were probably a little different.

    I'm certain if cost was no factor that many of us would have every model that was ever made.  Like you, that's the biggest limiting factor in my owning several models right now.  I'm very happy with what I own, and I know that waiting to pick what models I was most interested in was right for me.

    I've seen models posted on other sites for sale, but I purchase from Aneros for one reason.  I support the company and CEO.

    Whenever I've had a problem, it's been taken care of.  The results and customer service have been outstanding.  I support that.

    What I want to say is to please keep posting how you feel and how you see fit.  The greatest aspect about this community is that we are supportive brothers.  Trust me, I feel you financial pains my friend.  

    I remember when a local sex shop was selling Eupho classic for $95 and Vice is $150!  Thankfully I didn't come anywhere close to paying that much money.

    I'm certain that I'll get Eupho Syn as soon as the piggy bank is full enough to do so.  I've loved Eupho Classic from the start, and have fallen in love with Syn.  I can only imagine the two together would be a wonderful offspring of pleasure of delight combined. 

  • If anyone has any feedback at all about Eupho Syn, please post and share. :)

    I know it's still just recently available, but any insight and information would be much appreciated.

    Along the same line, if anyone gets a Eupho Syn in the future, please share about the experience.  I know as soon as I can I will.

  • fortwaynefortwayne
    Posts: 29
    The "Specs" section for  the Eupho Syn seems to be incomplete--no "stem to perineum distance" number.  I'd normally have assumed that it was 1 3/4 like most of the other models; however, I checked on a third party site that sells the device and they have it listed as 1 1/2.  Can anyone confirm this?
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,484

    Since the centerline of the shaft (in profile view) is curved, the dimension you are seeking is dependent upon where on the main shaft you measure. I just measured mine, from the tangent (body contact) point on the P-tab to the centerline of the main shaft taken at the narrowest part of the 'waist' the dimension is 1 3/4", measuring from the tangent (body contact) point on the P-tab to the centerline of the main shaft taken at the widest part of the lowest 'bulge' the dimension is 1 1/2".
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  • fortwaynefortwayne
    Posts: 29
    Thank you rumel, for taking the time to reply.  I guess I am looking for a relative measurement...if that makes sense.  You mention and explain that there is more than one way to take this measurement.  Which way do they use for all the other models?  I guess my questions is: is the "stem to perineum distance" the same as the standard Eupho, and most of the other models (at 1 3/4) of did they shorten up this distance, for this particular version of this model to 1 1/2?

  • fortwaynefortwayne
    Posts: 29
    Additionally--and I suppose this goes for Syns in general--are there the same issues with seams on these models like with the white plastic ones?.  I'm curious, since I'm guessing the production process would differ. 
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,484

    The stem to perineum distance is the same as it is on the Eupho Classic. The molding process is likewise similar with a seam line running from the anterior, over the head and down the posterior. Note: the finish is very smooth with a slightly rounded ridge 'seam', just like the Helix 'SYN' finish.
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  • fortwaynefortwayne
    Posts: 29
    Thank you for the info! Looking forward to reading reviews of this device.
  • @rumel

    Thank you for providing that information as well.  Have you had a chance to use the Eupho Syn?  Can you give any insight to its movement action or results?

  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,484
    rikaaim said:


    Thank you for providing that information as well.  Have you had a chance to use the Eupho Syn?  Can you give any insight to its movement action or results?

    Hi rikaaim,

    Here's my Eupho 'SYN' review as requested. A little back history first, I've had the Eupho Classic for more than five years, during the first year of use, I included it in my regular round of massagers but it simply did not seem very exciting to me despite it's high mobility. In the second year, I bobbed the tail and shaped the main shaft a bit, these modifications did not improve performance for me. Since then, I would pull out the Eupho about every six months to see if my response had improved, alas, my body just would not get excited by its presence. I know many veteran Anerosians have had exceptional pleasure performance from it so I keep hoping it will turn around for me. Now along comes the new Eupho 'SYN' and I immediately fear my body reaction will be the same shallow response.

    Dimensionally the 'SYN' design is identical to the Classic model except for the redesigned P-tab & arm. The 'SYN' uses the identical P-tab & arm as are used on the Helix 'SYN'. The new 'SYN' exhibits increased lateral flexibility in the body due to the silicone overlay forcing the central body to have a thinner inner core. Whether or not some of you may be able to exploit this increased flexibility, I can only speculate, I was not able to detect any increased mobility due to this factor.

    Just to be sure I would give this model a fair evaluation, I had set aside a 3 hour test window , did all my preparations, made sure I would have no distractions. I put on CD-2 of "HypnAerosession", then lubed up my new Eupho 'SYN' with Natural Jelly, got on the bed and started my relaxation regime. One of the first things I noted was about five minutes after insertion my massager had seemed to disappear. This is the first time any model had ever done that for me. It was literally so comfortable in place I didn't know it was there unless I performed a contraction, all my other models I can still feel in situ even when similarly relaxed.

    Usually it takes me 30 minutes or more to get into the "zoneros" but with this model, today I was there in about 15 minutes. I then started contractions and noticed the strength of contractions didn't make much difference as the massager pressure always seemed to be about the same, just a nice gentle caress that after about 10 minutes led me into a 'Calm Seas' Super-O. (my first Super-O with a Eupho) which lasted about 25 minutes until some 'mind noise' broke the spell and kicked me out of "Eupholand"

    If you like the Eupho Classic and the Helix 'SYN' , you are going to love the new Eupho 'SYN' !
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  • XilehXileh
    Posts: 390
    Thanks for the review, it's very encouraging. I'm a Eupho classic fan and I'm waiting for my Syn in the mail. I've experienced the disappearing act with the Syn Helix. It just disappears except for the good sensations.

    I think there is a slight difference between the Syn and the classic in the mid-ridge width. The Syn is 1/16" larger per the specs.

  • spyegspyeg
    Posts: 24
    I don't feel I'm in the best position to offer a comparison of Syn vs. non-Syn models, as I don't own either pairs (Eupho or Helix), but I'll give it a try anyway. I have either one or the other, not both. Comparing it to other models, well that's a whole other matter.

    First, a little background for those who haven't been following me on the blogs or chat. Started with Helix (Classic) 1.5 years ago, then in the past 7 months have obtained (in order) MGX, Peridise Complete set, Progasm Jr, Progasm (Red), and finally Eupho Syn. Started getting pleasurable sensations about 2-3 weeks in, but didn't really make any significant progress with rewiring until about 11 months in (due to a wonderful blog post by @rikaaim about just being in the moment). Since then, my sensations have evolved considerably and change "flavors" on average every 3-4 weeks. 

    So when ordering it, I knew a few things to expect. Just like its cousin, the Helix Syn, it would probably "disappear" after a bit while still causing pleasurable sensations. And like its predecessor, the Eupho Classic, it's incredibly mobile. However, I don't own either of those models, so while I had some idea as to what I should be expecting from the Eupho Syn, I didn't want to get too caught up in hype and hearsay. After the first time trying it though, everything I've heard was absolutely true.

    As a silicone device, it has a tendency to disappear during long periods of do-nothing (and sleeping with it inserted). This allows for an incredibly comfortable session that can be extended for as long as you want (or have time for). The only time I notice it's in is if I'm trying to get a particular response out of it, or trying to focus on the pleasure to let it build. Otherwise, I probably wouldn't even realize it's there after several hours. The P-tab is very soft, very pliable, but I'm not sure whether it's a good thing or not. Since it's more flexible, I feel like it anchors too far (closer to the scrotum than it should) and doesn't adjust or reposition itself due to contractions like my other classic models. Due to this, I find myself having to adjust the p-tab a lot during a session, which often times forces my conscious mind to focus too much on the pleasure I should be getting from my sweet spot. Not sure how this compares to the Helix Syn, but it's been a bit difficult for me to get used to.

    As to the mobility of the device itself, I was pleasantly surprised to find the movement was even more than I had anticipated. I knew that it was going to move, but I was not expecting it to dance like that. Within 30 minutes, I had numerous mini-Os and dry-Os, and I don't think I've ever gotten that quick of a response from any device I've obtained (no matter how aroused I was). During a regular session however, the movement dies down after about 15 minutes unless I put a significant amount of mental focus on it, which as we know is counter-productive to clearing mind noise.

    Overall, I'm very excited about the possibilities with the Eupho Syn. Since the pressure against the prostate is minor compared to the movement, it's developing a difference sense of awareness than the other devices. Due to that movement, the involuntaries get going much sooner, and the p-tab (if in the right spot) just sends bolts of pleasure between my prostate and cock. Surprisingly, there is also enough anal stim that I've been able to get feedback loops going with minimal effort, but I get distracted by something every time it's started.

    So gripes are minimal. Just the p-tab issue I mentioned, and a slight feeling of being able to break it if I'm just a little too rough. Otherwise, highly recommended. Can't wait to give it a "proper" session, with full prep, fully nude, and some erotic literature to get my prostate nice and primed.
  • wreckindwreckind
    Posts: 21
    Thanks for this thread rikaaim and to the contributors. I thought that it would cause a Bing Bang and announce the new world. I don't percept it at this moment it but it probably will occur as an after effect of simultaneous Eupho Syn rides.  I still have to try it.