Review: Tenga Egg Masturbator Sleeve

tengaeggclickerI recently received a free Tenga Egg masturbator from a product knowledge seminar and decided to try it out on my boyfriend Jake. I’ve always been intrigued by the Tenga Eggs because of their visual appeal: they come wrapped in an Easter egg like container that pops open to reveal a transparent, open-ended, egg-shaped elastomer masturbator sleeve that is textured on the inside and smooth on the outside.

The eggs come in different textures, and the one I used was the Clicker, which has little round nubbies.  I enjoyed using it on Jake because it wasn’t very messy—the egg has a little ridge near the opening where you can easily squirt lube—and the lube stayed inside the egg, keeping me from getting sticky. It was also fun to watch his penis moving through the egg, and the transparency and material made it seem like something out of a sci-fi fantasy.

As for Jake’s opinion, he said that it feels good but kind of strange and less sensitive. He has also used it a couple of times since on his own, and he said he likes it because it’s something different from his usual routine. He said it takes him longer to climax (which could be either a pro or a con depending on your mood.) His main complaint is that he isn’t in the mood to use it very often because he has to spend extra time cleaning it out afterwards and take a shower to get all the lube off.

Overall, I would definitely recommend the Tenga Eggs to anyone with a penis who wants to mix up their hand job routine since it’s cheap, novel, and fun.

*Tenga Eggs are available from LovehoneySheVibe, Good Vibrations, and most retailers!

*Check out this great review of the Tenga Egg from my friend and fellow sex blogger Kit as well.


4 thoughts on “Review: Tenga Egg Masturbator Sleeve”

  1. baby godzilla

    i have always understood that all but one of the tenga products are single use, unless used with a condom… what do you think?

  2. Penny

    Baby Godzilla- Check out the update that I added to this blog today for new info on the material of the product and possibilty of multi-uses.

  3. Kit O'Connell

    I would never share one with anyone else, but I don't understand why elastomer is necessarily one use only. A little soap & water and you can remove a lot of germs, I should think. Yes you probably shouldn't keep the same egg forever, but it seems pretty harmless in my non-medical opinion.

    BTW some Tenga products are designed to be definitely reusable, like the Tenga Flip.

    Thanks for the link back to my site, Penny! I'm going to be posting more about the Eggs soon (possibly this week).

  4. Janne

    I really like the Egg, because it comes in so many different variations and is much more tactile than a Fleshlight. Material warms up to body temperature quickly and the softness allows you or your partner(s) to adjust the intensity by simply squeezing it.

    Clean up as well is much simpler compared to Fleshlights as it can simply be turned over for a thorough wash.

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