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MGX Syn Trident Prostate Massager

MGX Syn Trident Prostate Massager

Regular price $70.00 USD
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The MGX is the prostate massager by Aneros designed specifically with beginners in mind. Silicone coated for the utmost comfort, the MGX Syn Trident offers moderately focused stimulation for accessible pleasure, no matter your experience level.

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As part of the Aneros collection of cutting-edge prostate toys, the MGX is meticulously balanced for greater responsiveness. The ribbed stem serves to stimulate the anus at the opening, as well as making it easier to move the toy hands-free for more vigorous sensations.


A - Head Width: 0.80 in
B - Head Depth: 0.78 in
C - Mid Ridge Width: 0.87 in
D - Mid Ridge Depth: 0.98 in
E - Stem to Perineum: 1.5 in
F - Insertable Length: 3.5 in

Among the top-selling among all Aneros products in our store, the MGX is an excellent choice for users of all levels of prostate play experience.

Thanks to its pinpointed Trident shape, the MGX stimulates 4 erogenous zones simultaneously. The red tab faces toward the front of the body and applies gentle pressure on the perineum, while the white tab rests behind the anus to stimulate the tailbone.

Remember: If you have a history of prostate health issues — especially if you've recently had surgery — always discuss with your doctor to make sure prostate massage is safe for you!

How to Use:

Using a good quality water-based lubricant, apply a liberal coating to the body of the massager from the head to the stem. (Never use silicone or petroleum-based oil lubricants with the Syn Trident Series). Laying on your back or your side, slowly and gently massage the exterior of your anus with the head of the massager, making shallow penetration from time to time. This will relax the muscle and also introduce a small amount of lubrication internally. If you feel any resistance, relubricate the massager as above. Slowly start to move the head of the massage into your anus. *Note, the head of the massager should be positioned so that when it’s inside it’s angled upwards towards your navel. Breathe deeply and release, this relaxes your body and will make you more comfortable. Continue pressing inward slowly. At certain point the massager will become self-inserting, and your body will take the rest in on its own. Take a few minutes and few deep relaxing breaths of air. Allow your body to become accustomed to the sensation of the massager without any movement.

Now, with your Aneros massager inserted, squeeze your PC (pubococcygeus) muscle group. This is the muscle that you can contract to stop the flow of urine. It’s also the group of the muscles that contract during ejaculation. When you squeeze these muscles, it also causes the anus to tighten and pull inward and upward. As a result, the body of the massager pivots on the front tab (P-tab) externally, acting like a fulcrum. Each contraction levers the shaft of your Aneros towards your prostate while stimulating your anus, P and K-spots simultaneously. When you relax the muscle, the massager pivots outward returning to its original position. Your ability to use your PC muscle gives you the ideal control over the speed and pressure of your massage, and with a little practice you can create different sensations on your prostate.

As mentioned previously, you can use your Aneros during solo sessions or with a partner. The Trident series is comfortable to use in almost any position other than sitting. Try squeezing your PC muscle in short bursts or hold it for a longer time. Experiment with timing it with stimulation of your penis or explore it on its own. Since your pelvic muscles also squeeze and relax during sexual stimulation, you can also allow the natural (involuntary) contractions of your pelvis to control the motion instead of doing it deliberately (voluntarily). Natural contractions can take some practice to tune into, but they will allow you to enjoy much longer sessions. Furthermore, most users cite involuntary contractions as the key to producing Super O’s.

Some people experiment by moving Aneros massagers manually but be advised that our massagers are not designed to be used in this way. Manually manipulating an Aneros can cause an unsafe amount of pressure to be transferred to your prostate, so this practice should be avoided.