17 Jan

#TeamAmazeballs – The Fifty Shades of Grey Tighten and Tease Silicone Jiggle Balls

Fifty Shades of Grey Tighten and Tease Silicone Jiggle Balls

Introducing a review of the Fifty Shades of Grey Tighten and Tease Silicone Jiggle Balls by Emmeline Peaches, as part of the TeamAmazeballs collaboration.

More #TeamAmazeballs collaborations, oh yeah! I’m practically jumping for joy! And why not, when my given product is a set of pristine silicone jiggle balls, courtesy of Subsmissives.

And, yes, you may have noticed that these jiggle balls aren’t identical to the Fifty Shades of Grey Tighten and Tease Silicone Jiggle Balls. They lack the luxurious black silicone and have, instead, replaced it with a more signature Lovehoney purple.

That’s because these jiggle balls actually came out of the Lovehoney Big Box of Sexual Happiness Ultimate Sex Toy Gift Set—a rather inspired move by Lovehoney to provide partners with 24 fun and practical little items to enjoy and enhance their sex lives together (and solo, should they choose).

I can’t comment on the overall quality of everything in this gift set but let me just say that if they’re on par with these kegel exercisers then there’s potential in this set (especially at its current sale price).

Of course, not everything in the kit will be a winner (indeed, that’s why I’m reviewing these jiggle balls rather than Subsmissive taking on the task) but there’s more than enough variety to provide some new exciting products along with some old familiars too. It’s certainly caught my eye now that I’ve tried these jiggle balls and I do recommend it at sale price to interested individuals.

But, how do these balls stand on their own merit? Let’s shimmy right in to the main brunt of this review.

The Fifty Shades of Grey Tighten and Tease Silicone Jiggle Balls

The Fifty Shades of Grey Tighten and Tease Silicone Jiggle Balls are an affordable, practical, and, yes, perhaps a tad cliché set of ‘jiggle balls’. By ‘jiggle balls’ what is meant is kegel beads (or kegel exercisers), meant to help tighten and tone the pelvic floor muscles.

Sexual health and well-being is at the core of this product. Well…sexual health and a set of internal free-roaming balls. These are what create the ‘jiggle’ sensation of these kegel beads, giving the user a clearer sense of feedback than kegel exercisers that lack this distinctive jiggle.

If you’re not well-acquainted with your kegel exercisers let me first say that you should be. Kegel exercisers are some of the most effective products to help locate and target the pelvic floor muscles via kegel exercises—essentially the controlled squeezing and releasing of the muscles in this area. If you do your kegel exercises correctly then you will have increased and ongoing bladder control throughout your life, avoid the risk of prolapses, and potentially increase your sexual pleasure and the duration of your orgasm.

The only problem is that most people struggle to locate their pelvic floor muscles with confident precision and this is where kegel exercisers such as the Fifty Shades of Grey Tighten and Tease Silicone Jiggle Balls.

With an insertable length of 3.75 inches, and a circumference of 4.4 inches, these particular kegel exercisers are very easy to insert, making them very good for beginners. Anyone new to kegel exercisers can insert and prominently feel these kegel balls whenever they need to but the beads themselves are also small enough to feel entirely comfortable for prolonged use.

Wearing these beads out and about I never felt any discomfort using these balls and, on more than one occasion, completely forgot I was wearing them. Regardless of any awareness during use, the Fifty Shades of Grey Tighten and Tease Silicone Jiggle Balls go along their merry way providing 70g of weight for your pelvic muscles to naturally clench around while you’re doing your daily activities.

This means that, even when passively wearing the Fifty Shades of Grey Tighten and Tease Silicone Jiggle Balls they’re taking care of your body and paving the way for improved sexual and physical health. The weight itself is manageable for most levels of capability, making it even better as an introductory set of kegels, but perhaps a bit too tame for experiences users. As I said, I could barely feel these beads during use and that’s because I’m rather well-acquainted with both kegel exercises and kegel exercisers, so if you’re a veteran you may have a similar experience.

Fifty Shades of Grey Tighten and Tease Silicone Jiggle Balls

In terms of material the Fifty Shades of Grey Tighten and Tease Silicone Jiggle Balls is made of silicone, which is non-porous, phthalate-free, and completely body-safe. This silicone is luxurious matte smooth and very easy to insert. It has a nicely gentle amount of drag to it which helps the beads stay in place (compared to, for example, metal or glass beads) and instils a sense of confidence in the user. It also adds just enough sensation to make its motions and jiggles noticeable when they occur and to help with any active clenching motions.

The retrieval cord for the Fifty Shades of Grey Tighten and Tease Silicone Jiggle Balls is slightly flexible but not enough that it hinders pulling it out in an annoying way. It feels pretty comfortable during prolonged use although if you inserted this lubricant with a minimal amount of lubricant (or none at all) then it might chafe over time. This happened to me once and it was mildly noticeable and a bit uncomfortable but still very, very minimal. Minimal to the point where it’s more of a passing nit-pick than anything else because, honestly, there’s not much to say against these beads.

However, there’s not exactly much to say for them either.

I don’t mean that these beads are in anyway bad. No, no—they work incredibly well and will provide a brilliant starting set for beginners and those looking for an accessible set of effective kegel exercisers.

Like I said, I barely felt them and when I did it was more of an occasional cludder or clunk rather than a shivering jiggle or tempting quiver. The beads aren’t interchangeable like with some kegel exercisers and nothing makes them stand out over any other set of kegel exercisers bar the Fifty Shades appeal. But, really, if these beads work then there’s no reason not to buy them right now and grasp them firmly with both hands (or, you know, with your vagina. That’s where the fun stuff begins).

Final Thoughts

Overall I like these kegel beads and I can recommend them, though I wouldn’t say they would ever be my favourite kegel exercisers, nor one that I often returned to if I moved on to other products, such as the Lelo Luna Beads.

For what they are these beads deliver everything you could want and, at £14.99, they’re a steal so good that they’re almost as irresistible a buy as the Fifty Shades books themselves.

Recommend to:

People who want to try kegel exercisers.

People who like silicone kegel exercisers.

People who want a subtle jiggle.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who are well-versed in kegel exercisers.

People who want a progressive/interchangeable set.

People who prefer noticeable jiggles.

Thanks EmmyP for the review and accepting me into the amazing balls, I mean #TeamAmazeballs fold.  Dearest reader, I urge you to check out Emmeline’s site for content way superior to my own.  You can find more #TeamAmazeballs content by clicking the button below.


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