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Peridise Sizes?
  • QuoVadis
    Posts: 30
    All,
    I have been exploring the "beginners" set of the Peridise model, and find them utterly remarkable. Importantly, besides having almost instant orgasmic effect, they allow me a much better, stronger erection than the more traditional Aneros models, making lovemaking much more satisfying (respectfully notwithstanding the suggestions of others for more tantric approaches). I have found the smaller unit of the two beginner models to be better for me, and would like to know if anyone finds that the smaller sizes of the "advanced" set really constitute an additional advantage. I've looked over the existing Peridise threads and didn't see anything else on point to this question. Sorry if I missed it.
    Thanks!
    QuoVadis
  • GrandTiger
    Posts: 325
    Hello QuoVadis,

    If we call the smallest size 1 and the largest size 4, then the Beginners Set contains 2 and 4 and the Advanced Set 1 and 3. So if you already have the Beginners Set you already have next to the smallest. I use the smallest one most of the time, but I don't think I can feel any significant difference between sizes 1 and 2. Both are totally awesome. I can tell a difference between those and the largest and I agree that smaller is better.

    Best wishes,

    GT
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    QuoVadis,

    As I've stated previously (see the Next Gen. Progasm and Peridise reviewed Sticky ) the design concept behind the Peridise can best summed up by three words....less is more. Gathering from many of the responses to this product here in the forum, this may indeed be the case. Some users have stated that this is the best product yet! The way that the Peridise functions is a little different from the other Aneros models. Without an abutment arm and tab to stabilize it, the Peridise begins to quiver once it's inserted, generating subtle sensations that form the positive feedback loop much as in the larger devices.

    The Advanced set actually contains smaller devices than the Beginner set (in keeping with the less is more idea). This concept behind these is that their even smaller size will yield more movement and that advanced users will have better muscle tone to enable them to control these massagers with more precision.

    I have used both sets and have enjoyed them both immensely. The smaller set does indeed produce some interesting and very subtle sensations. Whether the difference between the two will be enough to justify the purchase....well that's a matter of opinion. Like so many other things that people appreciate, very often it comes down to a matter of taste. That said, I think you need to have an appreciation for Beginner's set, to be able to pick up on the subtleties of the Advanced set.

    In your case, given what your response has been with the Beginner's set, chances are that you'd like it.

    For you the question becomes at this point is.....whither goest thou?

    Hope this helps,

    BF Mayfield
  • GrandTiger
    Posts: 325
    That's weird Brian, I read your post before placing mine, and now mine has jumped ahead of yours. Must be something to do with time zone I guess.