Nexus Vibro was sponsored by the awesome European shop Hot Stuff for an honest review. This does not affect my views. Affiliate links used.
I’ve been intrigued by the Nexus Vibro for quite some time. The rough, ribbed exterior coupled with a stainless steel bullet seemed oh so tempting. It’s made in sturdy polypropylene, but let’s call a spade a spade – it’s plastic. It also has a sturdy handle and a perineum arm with a stainless steel roller ball.
It measures 4.5″ (11.5cm) in length and 3.5″ (9cm) in circumference at its widest point. The vibrator is powered by one 6 volt LR1/N-battery.
The packaging is nice and well presented, but I have no idea why Nexus keeps insisting the prostate is a g-spot. I find it annoying and inaccurate when the instructions clearly specify it’s made to go in the butt. And the bullet, oh yes – it includes revolutionary microchip technology unlike anything on the market. It tunes into the prostate(!). Honestly that’s all just marketing fluff. With that out of the way, we can move on to how it feels.
Nexus Vibro has a nice and slim, yet bulbous head followed by a tapered and ribbed shaft that curves slightly. It’s super easy to insert once lubed up, and I don’t think anyone would have a problem with the slender size. It works with all types of lubricant and it holds onto applied lube very well. I immediately noticed how gentle the ridges felt pushing past my sphincter muscles. It just feels slightly uneven and the texture itself is not really noticeable, so no major stimulation gain or pain here. Once it’s in place though, it feels pretty spot on.
It applies a generous pressure on the prostate, but not too much by any means. I really like how it feels and would rate it a medium when it comes to pressure. even though it is rigid, it’s nowhere near as pointy feeling as the Rocks Off Naughty Boy and Tantus Prostate Play. It’s comfortable and satisfying, but don’t expect knee trembling stimulation by the pressure alone. It just adds a pleasant feeling and intensifies the pleasure from manual stimulation as well.
The other side of the story is the micro chip-bullet. It’s high quality stainless steel and waterproof. It has a five different settings including pulses and two steady vibrations. However it falls short as most other bullet vibrators I have tried. I may have too much expectations for the size, but it feels so pointless to include a vibrator when it does little more than tickle the anus. The vibrations aren’t very powerful but I’d still say they feel nice. It flutters slightly even on the steady vibration, I like that. It makes it feel less dull.
Nexus Vibro is used static or activated by tightening the sphincter muscles and relaxing to nudge it into the prostate. It works pretty well with or without the vibrations. For me it stays put and it feels comfortable at all times.
For cleaning, we just pop out the metal ball with this plastic thingy. After that it’s super easy to take care of. Wash with soap and water or put it in the dishwasher and it will look like new again. The ridges are easier to clean than I would have thought.
Nexus Vibro Overall
It’s a refreshingly good direct prostate stimulator. It does have its flaws when it comes to the marketing of the product, but it’s hard to hold that against it when it’s so simple yet good. The vibrator is not particularly interesting, so it might be just as well to go for Nexus Titus. Unless you have a partner and want a small and versatile vibrator to share. The performance can hardly justify the €40 price difference, but it could be a lot worse.