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Is the vice the answer it is promoted to be?
  • thhnthhn
    Posts: 426
    I just got my vice in the mail today and have not had an opportunity to try it out... hopefully tomorrow.

    I have read many of the reviews on the site but have yet to read one that said it was this model that pushed me over the edge to the super O. I remember reading that this model could very well be the one to do that in some info this site had published? (can't find just where that was right not) I think back when it was announced but not yet released.
    I am a long term grinder and very anxious to give this a try. Is there anybody out there who had their first super O as a result of this model with or without the vibration?

    To those of you who can have regular super O's.... how does the super O given by this model compare to those from other models? From what I have read thus far, it seems the vibrator is nice but not the answer?
    Please comment.
  • thhnthhn
    Posts: 426
    since nobdy has jumped in here, I will answer my own question.
    Today I had the opportunity to use my vice for the first time and I have to say I like it and I think the vibration has the potential to give one an orgasm.
    I like the vice very much even without the vibratior. With only one session under my belt, I would say I like it as well as the progasm, which happens to be my favorite
  • thhnthhn
    Posts: 426
    I'm disapointed to see no response to this thread. must be it isn't the answer after all?
  • BusterBuster
    Posts: 953
    Hi thhn,

    I don't personally own a Vice, but I really don't think that any one model is going to be the "magic bullet" for all those who are searching for that right combination. Aneros is an excellent product that can help you discover your potential but I believe that the ability for men to experience continual, multiple orgasms comes from your brain first and foremost. I am sure you have read the posts that talk about the ability to achieve Super O's through the practice of KSMO. It is just a different way to get there, much like the MGX, Helix or Vice are a different way to get there. You may find that some guys are using the Vice when they "cross over" and will attribute it to the Vice when in fact is while using the Vice that they were able to slide into a mind bending, full body orgasm. That is why there is such a difference of opinion out there about "which model to start with" or "which model is the best". I have learned that my "favorite" model changes quite often. That is curious to me because my body hasn't changed, but it shows me that how your body/mind reacts to these influences can change.

    You say in your post that you have had some good times spent with your new Vice. I am sure those will continue to get better and better for you.

    Good luck and have fun!
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,087

    I'm curious if you read the sticky thread
    Good Vibrations - Aneros Vice Reviewed yet. In my review I attempted to address this question with respect to "the answer" directly because I was certain that it would come up here in the forum. While there have been some models that I felt had that kind of potential (to push new users over the edge), I made it very clear that I was dubious about the VICE being one of them. To my knowledge none of the others users have challenged that view. See an excerpt of my post below.

    Who is the VICE for?

    The VICE is the ultimate Aneros for experienced users who appreciate larger fare. It is not an anal newbies model, although those who are familiar with anal play (and are new to the Aneros) will certainly find something to enjoy here. On the question of whether this will be the unit to push you over the edge (to a Super O) I would say that if it is it will be as a result of the VICE's shape and responsiveness, not the vibrator. While it is possible that the vibrator will work this way for some users, I'm doubtful that this will be the case for most people. This is not to say that one won't have Super O's with the vibrator, (I've had countless Super O's with it), just that it will likely be with users who are already experienced with Super O's.

    BF Mayfield

    Edit: Just saw Buster's excellent comments that were posted before mine. He addresses what is of course the larger issue, which is that there will likely never be a holy grail here. I have no doubt that everyone involved will keep searching for it, but ultimately users must settle on a model that is the most appropriate for their level of experience and take the time to explore. As wonderful as these devices are they are more or less catalysts for facilitating an erotic/energetic response. The larger factor is and will always be the learning that all new users must do. There will never be any Aneros model (or any other product) that is a substitute for it. That said, the process will be easier for some than others, and selecting the most appropriate model may require some research too, but there's the rub.