This week the friendly folks over at SweetFun.co.uk have sent me a NEXUS G-Rider vibrating prostate massager to try out. It's a toy I've been interested in for quite a while because of its rather appealing shape, so I relish the opportunity to put it through its paces. This is only the second product from Nexus that I've tried, after the Nexus Glide which I reviewed last year, but I do have my eye on the Nexus Revo 2 in the future.
The NEXUS G-Rider is one of different 8 vibrating prostate massagers currently manufactured by the British company Nexus, and it's been on the market since around 2009. The design of the toy has it assembled from two separate parts: there's an exterior sleeve manufactured from 100% silicone, and inside this is a removable-battery operated vibrator. Part of what drew me to the toy initially was the fact that it was made from silicone, as silicone is one of my favourite materials due to its properties of being odourless, non-porous, and completely body-safe.
Overall I'm going to say that on the balance of things I probably still would recommend the Nexus G-Rider, flaws and all. The shape of it is something which I absolutely love, both the insertable portion and the base. It's comfy, you can sit on it, you can walk with it in, you can wear it during sex, and through all that it gives you some good firm pressure on the prostate. The vibrator admittedly isn't amazing, but it is adequate. If you like big rumbles then it doesn't have much to offer you, but if you're happy with something less then that buzzing/tingling sensation which it creates should satisfy. I do wish it had more 'oomph' but when you compare it to something like the Bad Boy from Rocks Off then the Nexus G-Rider has the better shape, the better feeling material, the better bullet position, and the better choice of vibration modes. It's the clear winner in its price bracket, and on that basis I'd say it's worth trying.