Coiled Up Reviews The LELO Billy Prostate Massager


So we finally got to try out our new toy yesterday, LELO Billy. For those who don’t know it’s a vibrator for men. (That’s right, a vibrator FOR MEN.)

We got it a couple of days before Christmas from the nice people at Shevibe but with all the stuff  that’s happening around the holidays we haven’t had the time to play with it.

Yesterday, after wrapping up a chat with some of you readers we decided it was time to finally try it for the first time.

First of all, it’s a really well designed toy. It almost looks like an Apple product (wouldn't it be great btw if Apple got into the sex toy business? ) It comes in an exclusive box and has a charger included. I hate it when you run out of batteries and it’s great to be able to just recharge it.

Billy is supposed to stimulate your prostate (or P-spot as it’s usually called). I don’t have much experience in that area.

The only time I ever was near it before was when we did the pegging photo shoot.

So… yesterday we tried it. Miss Coiled Up lubed it up and put it in there. As always, it feels a little bit strange to have thing up your ass but after a while you get used to it. It’s made of silicone and is very smooth (and easy to clean). Billy has 5 different type of vibration patterns, one continuous and 4 pulsating patterns. We tried them all but I found one pulsation pattern that became my favorite. Also, you can press the + and – buttons to control the strength of the vibrations. She cranked it up to the highest and tilted Billy downwards and that’s when I felt it, the famous P-spot. It’s a strange sensation, but it sure feels good! I laid on my back with my eyes closed and tried to think of how to describe the feeling when I would write about this today. But I can’t. I doesn't feel like anything else. You have to try it yourself. And by the poll we had the other day it seemed like many guys are interested in trying anal/P-spot stimulation. Just go for it if you’re curious! You’re no less of a man for enjoying it.

Posted on December 30, 2011 and filed under lelo, prostate toy, vibrator.