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The PS-new?!?!?!
  • techpumptechpump
    Posts: 117
    Hi guys! Rimel was posting on a thread here and brought up High Island Health as the makers and creators of Aneros products.  I checked them out and what did I see? An Aneros device I've never seen before!!! The PS-new, with a double nub on the prostate stimulation bulb part.  I'm VERY excited about this difference and want to ask everyone here if they've ever used it?  It's pretty cheap too, I have been wanting a new device (only have the MGX and Prograsm and Peridise 2-set they sold a few years ago) and this one looks very unique and something I might really like to try.

    What's the story on the PS New? Thanks so much!
  • AneRicoAneRico
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  • techpumptechpump
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    that's what I'm looking for AneRico, if people like it or not, so thanks so much, glad to know you do like it!  how does the double-nub on the tip feel, can you feel the nubs separately? How does it differ from the other Aneros models that don't have that feature?  That's what I'm hoping to learn, if its worth buying for this double-nub thing or if its worth it just to get like a Eupho or Helix, etc.  Thanks again :)
  • darwindarwin
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    the ps-new is an early generation aneros model.  

    darwin
  • AneRicoAneRico
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  • rookrook
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    @techpump

    I bought my "PS/New" back when it was named the "Aneros Classic" and sold in the Aneros store as part of a package deal.

    As @AneRico points out, each Aneros is interpreted by each of us in our own individualized way.  And, those sensations do change over time.  As a 'senior' with an enlarged prostate I may have 'unique' sensations.

    Originally there was a feeling, "up there" but nothing unusual.  Now, after a couple of more years along my "journey," that 'feeling' has developed so that the "New" triggers some subtle feelings that I refer to the ventral surface of my Penis shaft (possibly, this is a distraction from one's journey.)  I think this might be contact between the 'nubs' and my bladder neck since bladder neck contact has been blamed for the 'gotta pee' sensation.  

    Hope this helps.
  • techpumptechpump
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    yes it does help thanks guys! I got the MGX back in 2004 and haven't gone beyond that and then later the progasm.  The New looks cool, it looks different and I might give that one a try.  @AneRico the Syn models seem really good. By soft tabs you mean the tab that rests on the perineum?
  • AneRicoAneRico
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  • techpumptechpump
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    The tabs just slide off my "ridge" of perineum and fall to the side (it's like my perineum takes the shape of the base of my cock).  Dose the silicone of the Syn help to keep the tab from sliding/slipping to the side? Not sure if this happens to most guys with Aneros, but it does for me every time.  If I hold the tab between two fingers it stays centrally located and I get off more, but if it slips to the side, it goes deeper and misses my P spot.

    I WISH Aneros would make a tab that is C-shaped, so that the C rests on the ridge and stays there, not going to the left or right. 
  • kelperkelper
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    Techpump, I agree. It makes physical sense as that is how the body is shaped. Has any one tried a Zini? They give good sensations.
  • techpumptechpump
    Posts: 117
    wow, the Zini line looks interesting, and the insertable length is a bit short, I could like that.  Hard to find though, most models on their website unfortunately no one carries :(