Aahhhh the Tenga Egg. Perhaps one of the most talked about male masturbators right now, this little doosey is certainly interesting!! When me and D saw these we knew we had to try one. So, thanks go Good Vibrations we were able to try one.
Tenga Eggs are a set of male masturbators that come with different patterns on the inside. The one we got is called the “clicker” and the inside has a variety of patterned “nubs” in circles, squares and some that are curley que’s.
They’re quite small, and can fit in the palm of your hand. They however are quite stretchy, being made from Elastomer. Unstretched, they’re about 2 1/2″ long and 1 1/2″ wide.
They come in plastic “eggs” that basically are those plastic easter eggs you can put candy and toys in. Once you break it open, inside is the egg with a little pack of lubricant. I will freely admit to not trying the lubricant. Simply because all of the writing on both the egg and the lube packet were in an oriental script. We couldn’t read a character of it, and since D has allergies to some lubricant ingredients, we didn’t deem it worth the risk. We did break it open and I felt it, though (I’ve yet to discover any similar allergies) and with only a few seconds of non-stimulation the lubricant got very sticky.
The writing on the egg package being in a script we couldn’t read was a bit of a downer, we do enjoy reading what the company has to say about it.
Now for performance. It was pretty interesting to see D trying this, as he is uncircumcised. He had to try a few different times, and found that the only way for the egg to move across his foreskin, without his foreskin moving with the egg, was to use an incredible amount of lube. He did find it pleasurable, though he didn’t find it to be enough extra stimulation to be “enough” so-to-speak.
What he did do was pull his foreskin back and used the egg across the head of his penis a bit. He ended up finding this a lot more pleasurable than the egg across his foreskin, though in the end is still wasn’t “enough”.
As for the question of it being re-usable, we both can see how it can be viewed as such. Since you’re able to flip the egg inside out, it is quite easy to wash it out very well. However, we noticed without even having used it yet that one of the “nubs” had fallen off. So, perhaps a few re-uses, but nothing long term.
In the end? 2.5 out of 5. Thanks Good Vibrations !! That was a fun experience!!