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Helix Syn Trident

  • Hands free pleasure with the utmost comfort
  • Specially balanced for superior internal movement
  • Redesigned arms for enhanced external stimulation
  • Stimulates 4 erogenous zones simultaneously
  • Perfect for New and Advanced Users

Excellence Refined

In 2012 Aneros introduced the Helix Syn™. Featuring the perfect combination of responsiveness and focused stimulation paired with the comfort and elegance of silicone, the Helix Syn™ went on to become the most popular hands free male G spot massager in the world. Today we proudly present the Helix Syn™ Trident, the synthesis of our newest Trident series innovations with our most luxuriant velvet touch silicone yet. The Helix Syn™ Trident powerfully amplifies encounters with a partner and takes solo exploration to the level of multi-orgasmic ecstasy.
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In 2002, Aneros released the world’s first hands-free prostate massager, an anatomically-configured product specially balanced to work in harmony with a user’s contractions. In the years since, millions of men have been introduced to the concept of prostate pleasure and the wonders of the Male G-Spot orgasm (Super O). In late 2017, we released the Trident series.These devices introduced a new type of balancing architecture (MAMA™)* and arm configuration that demonstrated a tremendous improvement in product performance. The public response in 2018 was overwhelming, making it clear a milestone had been reached. Going forward, we will be incorporating these design elements into our existing product line as well as our new products, establishing a new standard now and for years to come.

Designed for Pleasure

How It Works

The Old Way

Before the Aneros Stimulator, prostate massages always involved someone performing the massage, whether it be a physician during a check up, body work therapist, or if lucky, a skilled partner. Providing an effective massage is definitely an acquired skill. Due to flexibility constraints, realizing the benefits of an effective self-massage for most men has not been possible.

The Aneros Way

The Aneros Stimulator allows men to self-administer a prostate massage comfortably and discreetly. Simply through anal kegel exercises, the Aneros’s design utilizes a self-pivoting mechanism that stimulates the prostate internally and external via the perineum. This is done completely hands free, allowing a user freedom to explore the sensations in any number of positions.

Reach the Super- O

Using the Aneros Stimulator is progressively rewarding. Every session builds on the previous, increasing your body’s understanding of the sensations it has experienced, and incorporating new ones. Through practice and exploration, a user can reach the pinnacle of body/mind pleasure called the Super-O.

Product Specs

  • Tip Width: .98 inches
  • Mid-Ridge Width: 0.86 inches
  • Stem to Perineum Distance: 1.75 inches
  • Insertable Length: 3.5 inches

Don’t Forget Lubricant!

The key to getting the most enjoyment from the Male G-Spot is applying a liberal amount of lubricant. This allows the Aneros Stimulator to be inserted comfortably and to move freely during use. We recommend using only water-based lubricants because of the ease of clean up after use. Water-based lubricants also will not breakdown silicone which is used on some of our products. Our Sessions and Marksman water-based lubricants have been specially formulated for anal use

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A to Z

ANEROS A to Z

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A anal sphincter

The ring of muscles surrounding the anus. There are two rings, the outer and the inner. The outer is under voluntary control. The inner is not (it is controlled by the autonomic nervous system but can be trained to relax therapeutically with biofeedback). To identify this muscle, squeeze your anus as though you are holding back gas. This is the muscle that primarily drives the motion of the Aneros.

acupressure point

In the context of the Aneros, these are areas in which erogenous nerves are near the surface of the skin where they are responsive to direct stimulation. One such potent acupressure point, also called the "sweet spot". Located in the lower part of the perineum it is stimulated by the Aneros’ P-tab. A second acupressure point between the anus and tailbone is stimulated by the K-tab. (Another erogenous acupressure point can be found 1/4 to 1/3 of the way up the penis from the scrotum.)

Aless

(a.k.a. 'Aneros-less', 'A-less' or simply '-less') A session where you have any type of prostate orgasm(s) without an Aneros massager inserted.

Anal Contraction

A voluntary or involuntary contraction of the anal sphincter. These are the contractions that drive the motion of the Aneros. Successful use of the Aneros generally starts with the use of voluntary anal contractions, which may to lead to involuntary contractions in the moments leading up to and during orgasm . All of these serve to increase stimulation of the perineum, prostate, anus and rectum.

Anal orgasm

A non-ejaculatory orgasm centered in and around the muscles of the anus and rectum. This is analogous to a vaginal (as opposed to clitoral) orgasm in women.

Anal play

A non-specific term that refers to any kind of anal stimulation for the purposes of sexual gratification. Such activity may take the form of masturbation, sexual foreplay with a partner or intercourse.

Anal sphincter(s)

The muscle rings that form the boundaries of the anal canal. There are two sphincters, the outer and the inner. The outer is under voluntary control and generally associated with consciously controlled stimulation with the Aneros. The inner is not, it’s controlled by the autonomic nervous system (but can be trained to relax therapeutically with biofeedback). This is the muscle that primarily drives the motion of the Aneros in the moments directly leading up to and during orgasm.

Anal vet

(anal veteran) A person who is well experienced in anal play.

Aneros™

a line of patented male sex toys that are anal sphincter driven and anatomically designed to massage and stimulate the prostate for sexual pleasure. The Aneros was originally developed as a device for prostate massage, intended as an alternative means to treat prostate problems such as prostatitis and BPH. Users of the device for health reasons noticed palpable sexual benefits as well.

Aneros session

The period of time spent self-stimulating with the Aneros ranging from 1 to 4 hours (or more in some cases) dedicated to exploring the non-ejaculatory pathway.

Anus

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Arousal

An excited physical and mental state marked by physiological and emotional changes that normally occur in preparation for sexual activity. Physical changes may include; elevated heart rate and blood pressure, increased respiration, trembling, hot flashes and erections. Mental changes may include; strong sexual desire, giddiness, the persistence of erotic fantasies, etc.

Arousal amplification

Techniques other than direct penis stimulation that increase physical arousal. They include touching of secondary erogenous zones (nipples, anus, thighs, etc.), focused, deep breathing (valley breathing), KSMO, sustained contractions of pelvic floor muscles, mental focus and visualization. When used skillfully they lead to a cycle of increased arousal culminating in non-ejaculatory orgasm.

auto-f***

A term describing the movement of the Aneros as a result of continuous involuntary (tetanic) anal contractions, simulating the distinct and very pleasurable sensation of receptive sexual intercourse, sometimes to the point of non-ejaculatory orgasm.

Awakening the prostate (prostate awakening)

The process of making the prostate more accustomed and responsive to physical stimulation and arousal.


B Benign Prostate Hyperplasia

Or BPH. A non-cancerous enlarging of the prostate common in middle aged and older men, often causing urinary symptoms. BPH is one of the prostate ailments that the Aneros was originally developed to help treat. (from the wiki)

BPH

An acronym for benign prostatic hyperplasia. A non-cancerous enlarging of the prostate common in middle aged and older men, often causing urinary symptoms. BPH is one of the prostate ailments that the Aneros was originally developed to help treat. See High Island Health.

Butt buzz

Persistent energy in and around the anus, rectum, prostate, perineum, scrotum and testicles. Sometimes experienced spontaneously apart from an Aneros session. Often perceived as faint to mild muscle spasms.

Butt flutters

Spastic involuntary contractions of the anal sphincter that are typically intermittent, fast and shallow. Such contractions may be accompanied by gentle P-waves.


C Calm seas of orgasm

A metaphor to describe an ongoing state of gentle, non-ejaculatory orgasms. Such orgasms avoid the usual muscular tension typically involved in high intensity arousal. Rather than vocalizing, thrusting, contracting or convulsing towards these orgasms, one keeps all muscles relaxed, letting pleasure flow freely as if breathing it in, allowing the orgasms to flow to oneself.

Chain reaction orgasms

Non-ejaculatory orgasms coming successively, often without pause for up to a half an hour or more.

Chairgasm

(chair + orgasm). A non-ejaculatory orgasm induced without the Aneros as occurs while seated in a desk chair. Chair orgasms are a sometimes-unexpected phenomenon observed by Aneros users who have recently become multi-orgasmic. They may be produced by deep breathing, vocalizing and/or mentally focusing on growing P-waves.

Clean out

To cleanse or rinse out the rectum with a simple enema in preparation for an Aneros session.

Condom method

Lubricating and sheathing the Aneros in a condom prior to insertion. Some users believe this method enhances mobility of the Aneros inside the anus and rectum, limits the migration of the lubricant and provides for a quicker cleanup after use.

convulsions

Ongoing involuntary, semi-rhythmic, large muscle group contractions that have been experienced by some Aneros users. These may be localized or in some cases involve much of the body. Even though they occur as a result of ongoing arousal, they may or may not produce pleasure and are also known to accompany particularly intense orgasms. Individuals with a history or predisposition to having seizures may want to consult with their doctor prior to using the Aneros.

cremaster

The muscle covering the testes that controls the raising and lowering of the scrotum. It works involuntarily in response to temperature (contracting when cold to bring the testicles closer to the body or relaxing when warm). During ejaculation the cremaster constricts, drawing the testicles close to the body.

cremaster exercises

Also called "testicle elevations." Exercises in which the cremaster muscle is brought under voluntary control and strengthened. Because the drawing up of the testicles is a prelude to ejaculatory orgasm, voluntarily doing so may induce a noticeable sense of arousal in and around the testicles. To perform these exercises, one must start by identifying the muscles. Place your finger and thumb gently around your scrotum above the testicles. Then try to draw up the testicles. Your fingers should detect a very slight movement. At first you will involve your abdominal muscles but with practice you can isolate the cremaster itself, and considerably increase your ability to voluntarily draw in your testicles.

Crossing-over

Lubricating and sheathing the Aneros in a condom prior to insertion. Some users believe this method enhances mobility of the Aneros inside the anus and rectum, limits the migration of the lubricant and provides for a quicker cleanup after use.


D Do nothing technique

do nothing technique is a concept that dispenses with active, conscious control during an Aneros session with regard to contractions, breathing, relaxing, or anything else, in favor of a more passive state of mind. This unstructured approach often encourages stimulation, sensation and arousal to occur more organically by letting the Aneros to do its own thing.

Deep breathing

Breathing slowly and deeply from the abdomen. Deep breathing encourages a state of deep physical relaxation and allows one to concentrate on the sensuous feelings the body can produce. It also facilitates the building of arousal, whereas shallow breathing and holding one’s breath can frustrate arousal. To learn deep breathing, lie down in loose garments with one hand on your chest and one on your belly button. As you inhale, draw air in by making your abdomen expand (expanding your diaphragm) and exhale by letting it recede. Your chest hand should stay relatively stable while your belly hand should rise and fall with your breath. Also see valley breathing.

Dud session

An Aneros session which doesn't produce the desired level of sexual satisfaction.


E edging

The practice of stimulating the penis to and maintaining it at the brink of ejaculation for a protracted time, with the goal of making the eventual orgasm more powerful. Doing this solo is considered good training for ejaculation control during intercourse. With respect to the hands-free orgasm, it’s described by Tao master Mantak Chia as the method for achieving the Taoist version of a prostate orgasm called “injaculation”. This involves masturbating right up to the point of no return (just prior to ejaculation) then quickly changing to an acupressure technique, using pressure against the perineum. Doing this correctly stops ejaculation while stimulating the prostate (externally) transitioning to a prostate orgasm.

enema

A small amount of water introduced into the rectum by means of a bulb syringe or gravity bag with the purpose of rinsing the rectum prior to an Aneros session. (An optional preparatory step). Since the object of this cleansing is to clean the rectum (not the bowel) it’s essential that only a small amount (4-6ozs) of liquid be used.., just enough to loosen and transport any fecal matter that may be present. To avoid cramping, using water as close to body temperature as possible is strongly advised.

ESO

Extended Sexual Orgasm"©, the name of a book by Brauer and Brauer that was among the first to popularize scientifically based sexual techniques that significantly enhance arousal and orgasm.

erogenous zone

To cleanse or rinse out the rectum with a simple enema in preparation for an Aneros session.


F floor tone

The tone of the muscles of your pelvic floor muscles. (See PC muscles).

full body orgasm

(whole body orgasm) An orgasm that includes pleasure and muscular contraction throughout the body.


G global

A reference to sensations that occur all over the body.

glycerin

Chemically, a sugar alcohol and the active ingredient in many water-based personal lubricants. Glycerin is water-soluble and has a high degree of lubricity, yet it has been known to cause a purgative effect (producing the urge to move the bowels) with some individuals. Glycerin is also an ingredient in suppository laxatives.


H hands-free

The patented design of our massagers allows them to be used completely – hands-free. This is an advantage over other prostate massagers. It allows an Aneros massager to be used in any position the user wants. More importantly, it frees the user to focus solely on the sensations instead of making a conscious effort to manually manipulate the massager. This subtle freedom is important for bringing the mind and body together during a session, which by many experience users is considered a required technique to master in order to achieve a Super-O.

hands-free orgasm

An ejaculatory orgasm that does not involve any direct or indirect stimulation of the penis, either from purposeful stroking, or incidental rubbing of bedding etc. An ejaculation that is produced by anal, rectal, nipple, prostate stimulation (as in the Aneros) and mental focus alone. Some skilled Aneros users have presented a method involving a scrotal stretch and while not a true hands free orgasm it achieves the end with relatively limited stimulation

High Island Health™

The company that manufactures and distributes the Aneros. High Island Health has their own website, where several of the same massagers are sold for therapeutic purposes (to promote circulation and relieve congestion in the prostate).


I Internal lube (pre-lubrication)

Lubrication applied into the rectum in advance of inserting the Aneros. A typical quantity is 4-6 cc(ml) applied with a lube syringe (sold as a lubrication applicator / “lube shooter”) or Marksman™ pre-filled disposable applicators available on the Aneros site. (Caution: avoid the use of oil and silicone based lube in a syringe applicator as it will degrade the plunger gasket, resulting in it becoming stuck).

involuntary contraction

The contraction of a muscle or muscle group that occurs without voluntary control. Involuntary muscular contraction is an integral part of various vital processes in the human body. In a sexual context, it takes place in the form of ejaculation or orgasm, and also as spasms, jerks, twitches, shaking, quivering, fluttering, etc. The Aneros design takes advantage of the natural ability of the anal sphincter and other pelvic floor muscles to involuntarily contract in response to particular forms of sexual excitement. These (and other pelvic) contractions cause the Aneros to pivot forward and back, amplifying stimulation by providing simultaneous engagement of the prostate, anus and perineal acupressure spot.

involuntaries

An abbreviated form of involuntary contraction that specifically relates to the twitching of the anus as a result of arousal and/or muscle fatigue.

isolation exercises

Pelvic floor muscle exercises that attempt to work particular subgroups of the pelvic floor independently from the others. The goal is to gain fine control over the interaction of those muscles in the context of involuntary contractions, in order to amplify pleasure. Examples include Kegels (PC), rectal, anal sphincter, and cremaster.


J journey to the Super-O

Aneros massagers can be enjoyed in many different ways – to enhance a strength and pleasure of penile orgasms during partnered or solo sex, or solely for the pleasures derived from prostate orgasms. The ultimate experience for the route is the Super-O. The practice and understanding of how an Aneros massager, the body, and mind play off of one another to eventually achieve a Super-O is now commonly referred to as the “Journey to the Super-O” by our community members. For some men, this learning period is short in duration. For others, it can take quite some time. There are some key milestones on this journey – they can be viewed

(the) journey

Aneros massagers can be enjoyed in many different ways – to enhance a strength and pleasure of penile orgasms during partnered or solo sex, or solely for the pleasures derived from prostate orgasms. The ultimate experience for the route is the Super-O. The practice and understanding of how an Aneros massager, the body, and mind play off of one another to eventually achieve a Super-O is now commonly referred to as the “Journey to the Super-O” by our community members. For some men, this learning period is short in duration. For others, it can take quite some time. There are some key milestones on this journey – they can be viewed


K Kundalini Tab

K-tab or "Kundalini" tab, extends posterior to the anus and rests below the tailbone between the buttocks, stimulating an acupressure spot (Kundalini spot) there. Named after the yoga concept that there is a serpent of power located at the base of the body's trunk.

Kegel exercise

Exercises first described by and named after Dr. Arnold Kegel in order to tone the PC (pubococcygeus) muscle, a subset in the anterior of the pelvic floor muscles. To identify the anterior PC muscle, start by making a contraction, as you would normally do to stop the flow of urine. It can also be demonstrated with an erection, by making the erection bob up and down. Be aware, if you make a strong or sudden contraction you will likely get an anal contraction at the same time. This is because the PC muscle begins around the anus and runs up to the urinary sphincter. Strong contractions will improve anal and PC muscle tone. However, slower, gentler contractions will produce a more isolated action of the anterior PC muscles, that when properly engaged can provide for a very subtle movement of the Aneros inside the rectum. A program of Kegel exercises can significantly improve many facets of male sexual response, including: strength of erection, number and intensity of ejaculatory contractions, ejaculatory force, sensations of arousal and pleasure, as well as intensity and control of the Aneros action. The anterior PC muscles are specifically involved in ejaculatory and prostate orgasms.

KSMO

KSMO Is a shortened acronym for "The Key Sound Multiple Orgasm Trigger Protocol"™, a specific method of using vocalization to drive arousal amplification leading to multiple hands-free non-ejaculatory orgasms, in both men and women. Also see KSMO and multiples.com for further information. KSMO has been used in combination with Aneros devices to produce stronger non-ejaculatory orgasms.


L leakage

The emissions from the Cowper's gland (precum) and prostate gland (semen/prostatic fluid) due to massage or contractions.


M male deer exercise (extended)

Massage techniques of Taoist origins that are used to generate a state of orgasmic bliss. The original exercise was conceived for the purposes of maintaining male sexual health and vitality. It involves placing the palm of the hand on the scrotum and pushing gently down, while the thumb exerts pressure on the base of the penis and pubic bone, on the topside of the penis. The other hand performs a slow circular massage of the region between the pubic hair and navel. The extended variation has the circular massage extend up the body, to the sternum or further, then returning and swapping hands for the next cycle. It continues for as long as it takes to get into an orgasmic state. This is an unexpectedly powerful way to get into a state of bliss. (Can be done with or without the Aneros)

male G-spot

male G-spot is a popular term for the prostate and is homologous to the G-spot (paraurethral glands) in women. An area that when properly stimulated causes an intense sexual response often leading to a distinct kind of orgasm.

mental arousal (visualization)

The component of arousal that involves emotional reactions such as lust to the presence or anticipation of real, portrayed or imagined sexual situations. Mental arousal is an important but often times overlooked complement to the physical arousal provided by the Aneros. Intense mental arousal can drive intense physical arousal (and vice versa).

mental focus

In the context of the Aneros this involves the process of amplification of sensation through concentration and attentiveness. With attentiveness one becomes aware of subtle previously hidden sensations and with concentration such sensations may be amplified.

milestones

Are progress indicators in one’s journey with the Aneros. It is important to note that each journey is a unique and personal experience. All of the milestones may not apply to everyone. Every man’s pace with this is different. See milestones section of the Aneros WIKI .

mind noise

Distracting thoughts of any nature which the draw focus of attention away from enjoying the pleasures of Aneros usage.

mini-O

A less intense non-ejaculatory orgasm, typically experienced in the early stages of developing non-ejaculatory orgasm skills. They are often focused in the pelvic area and involve a mild but distinct orgasmic contraction and sense of climax.

MMO

MMO (Male Multiple Orgasm) Repeated non-ejaculatory male orgasms that are made possible by the absence of a refractory period These may occur with little or no pause in-between and in some instance be on top of one another.

multi-orgasmic

A man or woman who can have multiple, non-ejaculatory orgasms in succession without a refractory period in between.


P PC muscle

The pubococcygeus muscle, one of a number of muscles in the pelvic floor. It is a hammock-like muscle, found in both sexes, that stretches from the pubic bone to the coccyx (tail bone) forming the floor of the pelvic cavity and supporting the pelvic organs. The PC muscle is largely involved in sexual response and contracting during orgasm. It is believed that strengthening leads to longer, more powerful orgasms. (from the wiki)

pelvic floor

The set of muscles that span the area beneath the pelvis, supporting the pelvic organs. (from the wiki)

perineum

The area between the scrotum and anus. The perineum provides external access to the prostate and a pudendal nerve acupressure spot.

perineum tab

On Aneros devices, the front arm which curves upward to press on the perineum during an Aneros session.   This actions prevents external prostate stimulation.  It also acts as a fulcrum against which the device can pivot to perform the internal prostate stimulation.

plastic

Aneros massagers are made from 3 different types of plastic. All are FDA approved and medical-grade, non-porous, and each has the right density for the right weight and balance for that particular model.

prostatitis

Inflammation of the prostate. Although there are many suspected causes, (bacterial infection, auto-immune response and neuromuscular tension), prostatitis remains an intractable disease which is often times unresponsive to traditional forms of treatment. Before the advent of antibiotics prostate massage was the first line form of treatment. In recent years with many people turning to holistic and homeopathic forms of medicine, prostate massage has been enjoying resurgence. (from the wiki)

PSA

Prostate specific antigen. A chemical produced in the prostate and measured in the blood as an indication of cellular activity in the prostate. Abnormally high levels of PSA may indicate health concerns such as inflammation or cancer. The PSA measurement may be elevated by ejaculation, and any form of anal play, including the Aneros. Ask your doctor for a recommended period of abstention prior to taking this test (the Aneros manufacturer suggests a few days to a week). (from the wiki)


S silicone

We call our silicone “Velvet Touch” for its luxurious, matte finish which is designed to hold lubricant. Silicone is used in our Syn models as well as the Vice and deVice.

Super-O

An abbreviation of Super orgasm. An overwhelmingly strong non-ejaculatory orgasmic event. Orgasms that have no refractory period allowing them to be repeated multiple times.  Though different for each man, the Super-O is considered to be the ultimate pleasure a man can achieve.