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another peridise discussion
  • thhnthhn
    Posts: 426
    I have had the beginner peridise set for almost a year. I have used them quite a bit but will have to say they just haven't done much for me. I keep hauling them out from time to time not wanting to give up on them. In the last few weeks, the smaller of the two has been suddenly working wonders, maybe to the extent all other models work for me with the exception of the progasm.
    I don't get quite the same results with the bigger of the two - it is just the smaller one. I am wondering if maybe I should invest into the advanced peridise set now that they seem to work for me.

    I read many great posts about those models... anyone have all four and find the smallest one to be the best
  • :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:I get the most o's from the smallest peridise, I have the advanced set. I also have the progasm, eupho, mgx, hilex. I have a great time with each and every one of them, but the peridise is my favorite. W.
  • PommiePommie
    Posts: 1,008
    I have the complete set and have mainly used the two larger ones. I have used the 18mm (second smallest) model a couple of times. The first time was during intercourse with my beloved and it worked very well in spicing up the strength of the orgasm. I also used it a few nights later (for haemorrhoid treatment you understand!) but it did little for me, even though it was there most of the night.

    At the time, I put that down to Peridise fatigue and not being ready for that model yet. So I went back to the two larger models. I have never used the smallest one, but in view of this thread, I think I might just give it a try!

    Thanks wreckdummm for the suggestion!
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,140

    I have the entire set and I find the smallest units the most effective as well. That said, these products seem to work best for those with good muscle tone. I suspect that your recent awakening to the Peridise is a result of better tone that was developed over time. My suggestion would be to stay with what you have a little while longer and see if things continue to improve. Keep in mind that these products were originally designed to be used sequentially, starting with the Beginner's Set and moving to the Advanced Set later. Although some users have skipped ahead, allowing yourself more time with what you have may better prepare you for the smaller set of devices.

    BF Mayfield
  • thhnthhn
    Posts: 426
    Thank you all for the advice. I will stay the course for now
    I do feel that the peridise working for me recently is a good sign.
  • Huge fan of the Peridise units here. Remember that there are four sizes and that the beginners set you get the next to smallest and the largest of the four. With the advanced set you get the smallest and next to largest of the four. In my opinion, there is not a huge difference between the two sets even considering one's preference for small or big.
  • PommiePommie
    Posts: 1,008
    I believe that last night, I experienced my very first Super-O, using, (of all things), the 20mm (second largest) Peridise model.

    I would have expected it to come from my favourite model, the Eupho, or perhaps from my second favourite, the Maximus.

    Maybe it was the fact that I was only using the session to do a bit of muscle-toning and really wasn’t any fireworks at all.

    I think this simply reinforces the oft-issued advice from the experts that it will happen when you least expect it and not to attempt to make it happen!

    An brief description of the night appears in my blog.